04/06/2022. International Horse Racing World: Goffs London Sale 13 june 2022, view catalogue


High Class Entries Added To Goffs London Sale

More high class two-year-old winners, a sister to Modern Games, multiple Group winner Cadillac, a breeding right to Havana Grey, and three Camelot weanlings bred to Southern Hemisphere time are among the latest entries for Goffs London Sale in association with Privat 3 Money. 

26 Lots are currently catalogued for the eve of Royal Ascot sale at Kensington Palace Gardens, and there is potential for a select number of wild cards to be entered over the coming days.   

Cartesienne, a 6YO Pivotal half-sister to Poule d’Essai des Poulains and Breeders Cup Juvenile winner Modern Games, in foal to Lope De Vega, is Lot 21.
The online catalogue and video footage will be available on Monday along with details of Royal Ascot targets.  The current London Sale lots are:

Lot 1  Breeding right to Aclaim (9yo Acclamation)
The sire of this year’s 1000 Guineas winner Cachet.
Lot 2  Breeding right to Ardad (8yo Kodiac)
The sire of 20 individual two-year-old winners in 2021 including Gr 1 winner Perfect Power.
Lot 3  Breeding right to Havana Grey (7yo Havana Gold)
Leading first crop sire and current leading sire of 2YO winners in Europe 2022.
Lot 4  Fiach McHugh (3yo g Belardo)
(A. Slattery)

Two wins and a second from his three starts this year, this progressive 97 rated 3yo most recently impressed when winning at the Curragh on Irish Guineas weekend.
Lot 5  Harry Time (2yo c Harry Angel)
(M. O’ Callaghan)

A winner on debut, he looked a very smart two-year-old winner with the Racing Post commenting “went clear, pushed out, comfortably”.
Lot 6  Hoo Ya Mal (3yo c Territories)
(A. Balding)

Winner of the Convivial at York at two, this 105 rated colt finished third on seasonal debut in the Craven Stakes (GR3) behind Native Trail and second to Nations Pride in the Newmarket Stakes on his most recent start and runs in the Derby today at Epsom.
Lot 7  Ileach Mathan (3yo c Kodi Bear)
(H. Main)

A winner on debut, this twice raced colt caught the eye when a fast finishing second on his most recent start in Newbury. Good international racing prospect.
Lot 8  Unnamed filly by CAMELOT ex KEYSTONE GULCH (August 6, 2021)
Half-sister to black type performers in Europe and Australia.

Lot 9  Ladies Church (3yo f Churchill)
(J.P. Murtagh)

Stakes winning two-year-old who took another step forward on seasonal debut when just touched off by Sacred Bridge in the Listed Goffs Polonia Stakes.
Lot 10  Show Respect (2yo c Showcasing)
(B. Meehan)

A convincing performance on May 31st by this son of Showcasing (earning Timeform rating of 94p) suggests that he will be a very high-class performer, at home or abroad.
Lot 11  Sonairt (3yo g Territories)
(H. Spiller)

Placed on debut, this imposing individual impressed when a winner of his second start over 10f.
Lot 12  Star Girls Aalmal (3yo f Elzaam)
(H. De Bromhead)

An impressive winner on her 3yo debut, Star Girls Aalmal was unlucky to finish only fourth in the Irish 1000 Guineas (GR1) on her most recent start.
Lot 13  Symphony Perfect (3yo f Fast Company)
(R. Hannon)

Winner of the Listed Bosra Sham Stakes at Newmarket as a 2yo, Symphony Perfect has earned further black type this year and looks a filly to follow.
Lot 14  Unnamed filly by CAMELOT ex TAWAAREEKH (July 28, 2021)
Half-sister to two winners from the family of TAMAYUZ
Lot 15  Thunder Beauty (4yo f Night of Thunder)
(D. O’Meara)
Group and Listed placed filly who looks capable of adding a black type victory to her name this season 
Lot 16  Tuscan (3yo c Churchill)
(C. Hills)

An impressive winner on seasonal debut at Newmarket, the 105 rated Tuscan shows plenty of pace and has “enjoyed quick ground”.
Lot 17  Unnamed colt by CAMELOT ex WHAZZUP (August 4, 2021)
Grandson of Group winner Whazzis and form the family of James Garfield, Invincible Spirit, Mishriff etc.
Lot 18  Admiralty Place (4yo g Territories)
(Mrs J. Harrington)

Placed on last three starts, he looks destined to break his Maiden soon

Lot 19  All In The Mind (3yo g Alhebayeb)
(P. Flynn)

Tipperary Maiden winner on 31st May, there should be plenty of racing ahead for this improving half-brother to a Group 1 winner.
Lot 20  Cadillac (4yo colt Lope De Vega)
(Mrs J. Harrington)

Won Listed race on 1 June at Leopardstown to add to previous wins at Group 2 and Group 3 level. High class international racing prospect.
Lot 21  Cartesienne (6yo mare Pivotal, in foal to Lope De Vega)
Half-sister by Pivotal to Poule d’Essai des Poulains and Breeders Cup Juvenile winner MODERN GAMES and exciting two-year-old Mawj
Lot 22  Chairman (3yo c Almanzor)
(M. Meade)

Winner of his last two starts over 1m2f to 1m4f, this is a rapidly improving son of Almanzor.
Lot 23  Cresta (3yo c New Bay)
(M. Meade)

An eye-catching runner up on his most recent start in the 10f listed Dee Stakes, this colt defeated Classic winner Modern Games on debut
Lot 24  Crypto Force (2yo c Time Test) 
(M. O’Callaghan)

Caught the eye when winning on his only start to date, in a Curragh Maiden.  A contender for Royal Ascot and much more.

Lot 25  Drombeg Banner (3yo g Starspangledbanner)
(K. Condon)

A rapidly improving three-year-old, he remains unbeaten this season, most recently in a Premier Handicap at Naas.

Lot 26 – 29   Wild Cards
The Last Lot: “Her Majesty The Queen with a mare and foal”
Beautiful bronze statue to be auctioned in aid of the National Horseracing Museum in Newmarket


Mick Fitzgerald returned to his Wexford roots this week to meet Altior’s younger brother, Lot 93 in next week’s Goffs Land Rover Sale. 

He chatted to owner Kevin Doyle and consignor Peter Nolan about their hopes for the sale and to see how the son of Camelot compares to dual Champion Chaser and ten time Grade 1 winner Altior who is enjoying his retirement at Mick’s home in Lambourn.

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