A world class selection of the Irish foal crop’s finest has been catalogued for the 2019 Goffs November Foal Sale. 770 Lots will be offered in Part 1 of the Foal Sale which takes place from Monday 18 to Wednesday 20 November. This will be followed by a day and a half of breeding stock, with the five day November Sale concluding with 204 Part 2 foals on Friday 22 November. 

The catalogue boasts an impressive sire profile headed by Dark Angel, Dubawi, Invincible Spirit, Kingman, Lope De Vega, Sea The Stars and Siyouni amongst many others, with highly anticipated first foals from the crops of Almanzour, Caravaggio, Churchill, Decorated Knight, Galileo Gold, Highland Reel, Mondialiste, National Defense, Postponed, Profitable, Ribchester, Time Test, and Ulysses. Siblings to black type winners feature prominently throughout and are headed by the own brother to the November Sale topping Group 1 winner Ghaiyyath.

A sale with something for everyone, Goffs November Sale proved to be fertile ground for pinhookers once again this year, with the 2019 yearling sales season seeing a number of impressive touches. At the Orby Sale examples included a €56,000 foal that developed into a €525,000 yearling, €58,000 that evolved into €400,000, and €65,000 to €300,000 to name just a few. 

Goffs November Foals also deliver in style on the racecourse, with world class winners in every crop. Throughout the 2019 and 2018 seasons there has been a host of Group and Grade 1 winners around the world, headed by catalogue cover star Ghaiyyath who became the world’s second highest rated horse following a 14 length victory in the Group 1 Grosser Preis von Baden. A record breaker at this sale in 2015, Ghaiyyath is a perfect example of the quality on offer for end-users at Goffs in November. Other recent Grade 1 graduates of the November Foal Sale include last year’s Irish Derby winner Latrobe who was back to Group winning ways this season, as well as Grade 1 Natalma Stakes winner La Pelosa and Glorious Empire who won the Grade 1 Sword Dancer Stakes at Saratoga. 

Commenting on the launch of the catalogue, Goffs Group Chief Executive Henry Beeby said:

“Goffs November is simply unmissable for anyone interested in buying a foal, whether they aim to resell or race. While Goffs regularly sells the top priced foals in Europe, we pride ourselves on providing quality for all buyers whatever their budget.

This catalogue features many of the best foals to be offered anywhere this year thanks to the incredible support from Irish breeders, as well as a number of select foals from UK vendors, resulting in a catalogue of great strength and depth”.

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Among the many November Sale highlights are:

  • Lot 303, a Cotal Glory colt, a brother to Listed winner out of a sister to a Group 1 winner. From Hill House.
  • Lot 358, a Kodiac filly, half-sister to US Group placed Jeremy’s Legacy, from Ringfort Stud
  • Lot 558, a Dark Angel colt, from the immediate family of Nightime, Ghaiyyath and Zhukova. From The Castlebridge Consignment.
  • Lot 561, an Acclamation filly own-sister to Group 2 winner and sire, Lilbourne Lad. From Swordlestown Little.
  • Lot 566, a Kodiac colt out of Group 2 Cherry Hinton Stakes winner Spinola, brother to four Stakes performers including Dorcia, champion filly in Scandinavia. From Esker Lodge Stud.
  • Lot 583, a Gleneagles filly, sister to five winners including a dual Group 3 winner. From Oghill House Stud.
  • Lot 588, a Kodiac filly out of a Listed winning mare and half-sister to Joint Champion 2yo Viztoria. From Airlie Stud.
  • Lot 594, a Dark Angel own-brother to the Group 3 winner Stage Magic. From Vinesgrove Stud.
  • Lot 603, a Kodiac filly, half-sister to Stakes winner Smuggler’s Moon out of a sister to multiple Group 2 winner Strategic Prince from Tinnakill House
  • Lot 614, a Lope De Vega colt, out of Listed winning dam Anna’s Rock. Half-brother to three time Group 2 winner and Group 1 placed Breton’s Rock. From Norelands Stud.
  • Lot 615, a Kingman colt out of an own-sister to Group 1 winner Prince Arch and half-sister to Group 1 National Stakes winner Kingsfort. From Abbeville Stud.
  • Lot 633, a Sea The Stars filly, own-sister to 2019 juvenile winner in Volkan Star and out of a sister to two black type winners. From Tinnakill House.
  • Lot 634, a Caravaggio colt out of the Group placed Chicago Girl who is a sister to four Stakes performers including the dam of dual Group 1 winner Serious Attitude. From Tinnakill House.
  • Lot 639, an Exceed And Excel colt out of a Group 3 winner and half-brother to three black-type winners including Champion Older Horse Dylan Mouth. From Ballylinch Stud.
  • Lot 643, a Gleneagles colt half-brother to Group 1 Dewhurst winner Intense Focus. From Airlie Stud.
  • Lot 658, a Dark Angel filly half-sister to Group 1 1,000 Guineas winner Just The Judge. From Ballylinch Stud
  • Lot 660, a Dark Angel filly out of Listed winning dam Fashionable. Half-sister to dual Group 3 winner and Group 1 placed filly in Jack Naylor. From Glacken View.
  • Lot 661, a Galileo Gold filly half-sister to Group 2 Gimcrack winner Threat. From Ringfort Stud.
  • Lot 665, a Kingman colt out of dual Listed winner and Group placed Flying Fairies. From The Castlebridge Consignment.
  • Lot 666, a Ulysses colt, half-brother to Group 2 winner and Group 1 Dewhurst Stakes placed Seahenge.Out of Stakes placed mare Fools In Love. From The Castlebridge Consignment.
  • Lot 668, a Sea The Stars filly out of Group 1 placed dam who is a half-sister to two Group 1 winners in France.The filly is a sister to two Listed placed horses. From Jockey Hall Stud.
  • Lot 672, a No Nay Never colt, own-brother to Group 2 Superlative Stakes winner and November Foal graduate Mystery Power.From Whitehall Stud.
  • Lot 675, a Sea The Stars filly, dam is multiple Listed placed and the foal is a sister to a Listed winner and a Listed placed horse. From Kiltinan Castle Stud.
  • Lot 676, a Bated Breath colt who is half-brother to Group 3 Molecomb Stakes winner Rumble Inthejungle. From Acorn Stud.
  • Lot 678, a Gleneagles colt, half-brother to the Group 2 winner Amore Hass. From The Castlebridge Consignment.
  • Lot 681, a Camelot colt, brother to three Group 1 winners including the Irish Oaks and Yorkshire Oaks winning Champion three-year-old Sea Of Class. From Castletown Stud.
  • Lot 687, a Lope De Vega filly, sister to dual Group 3 winner and Group 1 Irish Oaks runner up Venus De Milo. From Stanley Lodge.
  • Lot 692, an Australia colt out of a sister to Italian Group 1 winner Sound Of Freedom. From Ringfort Stud.
  • Lot 694, a Dark Angel colt, half-brother to Group 3 winner Chemical Charge from the family of AP Indy. From the Irish National Stud.
  • Lot 703, a Cotai Glory colt, brother to dual Group 2 winner Adaay. From Commane Stud.
  • Lot 714, a Caravaggio colt, half-brother to dual Grade 1 winner Wigmore Hall. From Middlelane Farm.
  • Lot 719, an Invincible Spirit colt, half-brother to Group 2 winner Painted Cliffs out of a sister to Group 1 winner and Champion miler Excellent Art. From Lisieux Stud.
  • Lot 722, a Dark Angel colt out of Group 3 winning and multiple Group 1 placed mare Mad About You. From Moyglare Stud Farm.
  • Lot 728, an Invincible Spirit colt who is half-brother to Group 2 winner Donjuan Triumphant and Listed winner Caledonian Spring. From Kilcarn Park.
  • Lot 729, an Oasis dream colt out of a Listed placed sister to a Group 1 winner in Magic Hurricane. From Gaynestown Stud.
  • Lot 736, a Profitable filly, half-sister to Listed winner and Group 1 Middle Park Stakes runner up Jash. From Oak Leaf Stud.
  • Lot 737, a Highland Reel colt, a brother to several Stakes placed horses out of a sister to a Group 1 winner. From The Castlebridge Consignment.
  • Lot 745, a Dubawi colt out of Irish 1000 Guineas winner Nightime.He is an own brother to the Group 1 winner Ghaiyyath and a half-brother to Group 1 winner Zhukova. From The Castlebridge Consignment.
  • Lot 749, a Siyouni filly out of Group 3 winner Oh Goodness Me. From Jockey Hall Stud.
  • Lot 750, a Lope De Vega colt, own-brother to Listed winner and Group placed Ship Of Dreams. From Ballylinch Stud.
  • Lot 755, a Caravaggio colt out of a winning daughter of three time Group 1 winner Riskaverse. From Churchtown Stud.
  • Lot 759, a Lope De Vega colt, the first foal out of a sister to Group winner Jessica’s Dream, dam of Group 1 winner Havana Gold. From Kilfeacle Stud.
  • Lot 760, an Oasis Dream filly, sister to a Group 3 winner in Tobann. From Tinnakill House.
  • Lot 763, an Invincible Spirit colt out of a multiple Group 3 winning mare and half-brother to a multiple Listed winner. From Moyglare Stud Farm.

 

Selling will begin at 10am throughout Part 1 of the November Foal Sale, with Part 2 commencing at approximately 1.00pm on Friday 22 November, immediately following the breeding stock sale. View the catalogue.