Impressive Three-Year-Olds Confirmed For London Sale


Following announcements this week of the breeding stock and two-year-old entries for the 2019 Goffs London Sale in association with QIPCO, Goffs is delighted to confirm a high quality draft of three year-old-horses in training for the boutique sale which takes place on the eve of Royal Ascot, Monday 17 June at Kensington Palace Gardens.

The latest entries are:

  • Oxted (3yo g by Mayson ex Charlotte Rosina).  A close second in the Listed Carnarvon Stakes (pictured in red silks) to leading Commonwealth Cup contender Khaadem at Newbury, this exciting Salisbury maiden winner is being aimed at the Jersey Stakes.  Trained by Roger Teal. 
     
  • Building Bridges (3yo c by New Approach ex City On Sea).  The Timeform 88-rated Building Bridges impressed when winning his maiden at Navan (pictured) over 13 furlongs last Saturday where the Racing Post commented “always looked as if he would win and he pricked his ears close home”. This son of New Approach out of a winning Monsun mare looks like a stayer who is at the very beginning of his career.  Trained by Jessica Harrington.
     
  • War Tiger (3yo c by war Front ex Quarter Moon).  This 90-rated son of War Front out of the Group 1 Moyglare Stud Stakes winner Quarter Moon is a two time winner this season and has an intended target of the King George V Stakes at Royal Ascot.  Trained by Richard Fahey.
     
  • Forever in Dreams (3yo f by Dream Ahead ex Dora De Green).  Winner of the Listed Cecil Frail Stakes at Haydock on 25 May, this three time winner will be offered with an entry in the Commonwealth Cup.  Trained by Aidan Fogarty and consigned by Bansha House.
     
  • On A Session: (3yo c by Noble Mission ex Destiny Calls).  This smart son of Noble Mission was a dual winner at two and looks to have improved again when winning last time out on 2 June.  Trained by Aidan Fogarty and consigned by Bansha House.
     

The complete catalogue will be available online after the weekend when final entries close.  As in previous years, a select number of wild card entries may also be considered until closer to the sale. 
 



The Fozzy Stack-trained two-year-old Mohican Heights received a timely form update at the Curragh yesterday.  The well related son of Australia, who will be offered at the London Sale with an entry in the Chesham Stakes, was the striking winner of a competitive maiden at Leopardstown in May.  Lil Grey who finished runner up to Mohican Heights at Leopardstown was a very impressive three length winner of the opening maiden at the Curragh yesterday for Sheila Lavery.