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London Sale Catalogue Goes Live

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Sestilio Jet is a noteworthy inclusion in the London Sale | Scoop Dyga

By Daithi Harvey

An additional number of lots added in the last 24 hours sees at least 22 horses currently to be presented for Monday’s Goffs London Sale in association with QIPCO. The catalogue, which is now live and can be accessed here has been strengthened by the addition of the Wesley Ward trained Maven (American Pharoah). Offered as lot 22, the colt was a debut winner at Aqueduct in April and holds an entry in the G2 Norfolk S. The Andrew Balding trained Le Don De Vie (GB) (Leroixdesanimaux) has proved a progressive type this year, his Derby Day victory at Epsom pushing his rating up to 96 and the 3-year-old, offered as lot 18 appears to have a lot of racing options. Michael O’Callaghan has two of his 2019 juvenile winners entered. Lot 20 Isabeau (Ire) (Cable Bay {Ire}) showed a lot of natural speed to win on debut at Down Royal and holds two Royal Ascot entries while her stable-mate Red Epaulette (Ire) (Epaulette {Aus}) (lot 21) is a winner and twice placed from three starts. He is being aimed at the Listed Windsor Castle S. Those seeking an established high class sprinter will be tempted by lot 14 Sestilio Jet (Fr) (French Fifteen {Fr}). The 4-year-old colt won the G3 Prix de Saint-Georges before finishing second in the G2 Prix du Gros-Chene over five furlongs at Chantilly. Goffs are open to accepting further wildcard entries over the coming days.

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