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With Emma Berry

Kildare, Ireland-Whitsbury Manor Stud Showcasing (GB) can make a few mistakes at this time and duly provided the top batch at the second meeting of the Goffs November Foal Sale.

After a sluggish opening session, trade rose markedly on Tuesday as enthusiastic pinhookers struck their pace to achieve an improved 73% winding-up rate. The first pole of Grenane House Stud was Casila (Ire) (High Chaparral (Ire)), which was not won (lot 405). Although the race of the race is subdued, she is the daughter of the winner of G2 Ribblesdale S. and G3 Park Hill S. Irene (Marju {Ire)) and half of the sister Inca Princess (Ire) Ireland has already produced the talented duet of Gordon Wermer (Ireland) of G1 Criterium International and his sister, G2 Kilboy Estate S., winner of Elizabeth Browning (Ireland). The last one was sold for 700,000gns during last year's Tattersalls Sale-in-Training Sale and a few weeks later his girlfriend sister also played a leading role when the top lot in the Goals Foal Sale reached € 1.1million.

Buyer Brendan Holland, who will add Showcasing's Chest to the annual sales plan for next year, said: "Everyone wants a showcasing and it's good to have a new up-and-coming sire like that. corner and the sire has its best cultivation yet to fight him for the next year, so let's hope he continues to do what he does. "

There was a noticeably more intense sense of trade on the second day, although the numbers were slightly below the board compared to 12 months ago. Turnover amounted to € 5,457,000 (-16%), the average decreased by 9% to € 32,290 and the average of 4% to € 26,000, but by 169 of the 230 young employees who offered a buyer, there was significant improvement on first day of issue 59%.

We can wait for today's final day of Part 1 Colts to still lift the proceedings. The action will then go to fillets and predators for two sessions before returning to Part 2 of the sale of the vendors on Saturday.

McDowall Reinvests
Sir Robert Ogden enjoys his recent success on the Blue Gardenia (Ireland) junior caramel (Mastercraftsman {Ireland), winner of the registered Montrose Fillies S. at Newmarket earlier this month. David O'Meara's fillet is a daughter of the Galileo fox (GB) Galileo (Ireland) and was one of Galileo's owner, the double winner Tiger Lilly (Ire), who had the opportunity to shine Tuesday, though in the sales ring. Her second foal from Zoffany (Ireland), which was sold as a lot 339 through Churchtown House Stud, brought the hammer to € 115,000 in favor of pinhooker Morna McDowall.

Tiger Lilly, whose first foal is a charming spirit (Irene), is sister to Robin Hood (Ireland) and Shada (Ire) winners and a daughter of the recordable columnist Kilfrush Stud, Arctic Royale (GB) (Royal And Regal)

McDowall, who sold the ship No Nay Never yearling for 200,000gns on October's sale to Tattersalls, also bought 320, the half brother of the holy Roman emperor (Irene) to the 3-year Envisaging (Ire) winner from Oghill House Stud for € 70,000.

The first to break the barrier of the six figures during the second session was lot 282, the first cultivar son of the double young Estidhkaar (Ire) who won the Tara Stud. The buyer at € 100,000 was Paul McCartan of Ballyphilip Stud, who had a great success with Estidhkaar, Dark Angel (Ire), as the vet of the top sons of Harry Angel (Ire) and Battaash (Ire).

Reproduced by Ennistown Stud and shipped from Castlebridge, the cliff is out of the undefeated Anabaa mare Out Of Time (Ireland) which has produced four winners of its six foals, including the G3 Leopardstown Guineas Trial, which modeled (Ire) (Teofilo {Anger}). His extended family also includes Sholokhov (Ireland), Soldier Of Fortune (Ire) and Intense Focus, as well as the recent winner of the Cartier Skitter Scatter Award.

Never again
No Nay has never led the first day of trade and was surprisingly responsible for several spots near the top of the board on the second day. Camas Park Stud entered a Heather Fitzpatrick club (batch 417) from the multiple-won Pivotal (GB) Big Circular Circular (GB) to € 100,000. Reproduced by Cheveley Park Stud, the mare comes from a family that includes one of the best matches of Pivotal, the double winner of Group 1 Peeress (GB).

Shortly thereafter, Brittas House Stud struck lucky with a first foal of the stray Hot Galileo Hot Legs (Ireland) bought for € 90,000. Renowned by Michelle Collins, fur was the choice of US agent Kim Valerio and will be exported to the US.

At the back of a season that has shown him a prominent champion in Europe, with Group 1 Ten Sovereigns (Ireland) winner in his loyalty, No Nay Never is expected to have quadrupled its end in 2019 to 100,000 euros.

Awtaad support is growing
Among the new foals with first foals offered this winter, a name that appears to be on many pinhookers lists, such as the Goffs sale, is the Irish winner of the 1,000 Guineas of Derrinstown Stud Awtaad (Ireland). The late Cape Cross (Ireland) son has 30 girls registered this week and the 10 who have sold so far have returned an average of € 48,300 from his initial study fee of € 15,000.

Eddie and Wendy O'Leary from Lynn Lodge Stud were among those who supported him both in stud and in the ring, and added a piece from the Irish National Stud (batch 508) to their list of purchases to € 95,000.

"It was the standout from the owner on sale," said Wendy O'Leary, "and we are very pleased with what we have seen as we have two mares in the foal on it."

The meal is the first foal of Kitten's 5-year-old kitten, winner in France for Jean-Claude Rouget, before buying it from the Irish National Stud for 70,000gns last December when he moved to Awtaad.

Jamie Railton is another new member of the Awtaad fan club and several batches earlier had passed to € 85,000 for a piece by the winner Kanes Pass (Ireland) (Clodovil). Lot 488, which was diverted by Elizabeth Cosgrove and was sent by Rathasker Stud, was described by Railton as an "elegant person" to return to annual sales.

He added: "These are the first days and we all try to get hold of these new stallions, but Awtaad is the one who caught my eye."

Kodiac Never far
Kodiac (GB) is represented by a growing number of sons in stud – including Prince of Lir (Ireland), Coulsty (Ire) and Kodi Bear (Ireland) have all the first foals for sale this week – but their father it is never far off when it comes to the top returns on bird sales and lot 312 has brought a beautiful return for the farmer John Fielding. The Kodiac Ferret (GB) was sold through Donnellys Well to Gaelic Bloodstock for € 82,000 just hours before Waterhead's Edge (Irene) (Footstepsinthesand {GB}), his 2-year-old brother, made his debut at Lingfield for James Tate and Saeed Manana.

Fielding also put their Sommer Queen (Ire) barrier, half sister Thousand Words (GB) to German Group 1 winner and Ransom Oro (Red Ransom) from the Deutsches Derby.

Two batches later another fillet, this daughter of Starspangledbanner (Aus) (314) sprinter hit for € 80,000 at Frank Fahy's Gerrardstown House Stud. The first fox of the undisputed Spakling (Ire), sister of the recorded Marygate S. winner of Delizia (Ireland), was raised by Fiona Doggett and offered on her behalf by Ballinahow Stud.

There was confusion surrounding the sale of Camelot Camelot (GB) late seven times winner Miss Macnamara (Ireland) (Dylan Thomas {Ire)) in the session for € 120,000. Lot 532 was initially struck by Noel Hayes and was then called a buyback before re-assignment to Hayes's Sunday Racing.

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