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Camelot Colt Tops Vibrant Day 2 At Goffs November Foal Sale


The second day of Goffs November Foal Sale saw robust trade throughout resulting in an 84% clearance rate and marked increases in all the key indicators with turnover up 52% and rises of 23% and 40% in average and median respectively over the corresponding 2020 session.  

Top lot was an outstanding son of Camelot from Airlie Stud (Lot 434) that was knocked down to Camas Park Stud for €170,000.  The colt is out of a winning sister to Group 1 Moyglare Stud Stakes winner Chelsea Rose who topped the Goffs November Breeding Stock Sale in 2012 before going on to produce the Classic winning Champion Kew Gardens.  

The day began on a strong note with the second foal of the day, a colt by Exceed And Excel (Lot 247) out of a Listed placed dam from The Castlebridge Consignment on behalf of Shadwell Estate Company, selling for €130,000 to Tally Ho Stud.  

A second six-figure Camelot foal was Lot 320 from Stanley Lodge, the first foal out of a sister to Group winner Max Vega, that was bought by Aughamore Stud and Howson & Houldsworth for €120,000, while another popular first foal was an Advertise colt from The Castlebridge Consignment (Lot 444) out of a half-sister to Group 2 Futurity Stakes winner First Cornerstone and sold to Yeomanstown Stud for €98,000. 

Yeomanstown also acquired a Zoustar colt from Airlie Stud (Lot 269), one of a trio of foals to make €90,000 – with a Kodiac filly out of a sister to several Stakes winners, including Group 2 winner Centennial (Lot 323), from Phoenixtown Stud purchased by RC Bloodstock and a Ten Sovereigns colt from Castletown Stud (Lot 378) that made €90,000 selling to JR Bloodstock.

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Offered

Sold

Aggregate (€)

Average (€)

Median (€)

Top Price (€)

2021

254

214 (84%)

7,374,500 (+52%)

34,460 (+23%)

28,000 (+40%)

170,000

2020

219

174 (79%)

4,855,900

27,907

20,000

155,000

 
 The November Foal Sale continues tomorrow morning, Wednesday, at 10am