Goffs Announce New Breeze-up Sale at Naas for 2025

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Goffs have teamed up with Naas Racecourse and Irish Thoroughbred Marketing (ITM) to introduce a new two-year-old breeze-up sale in Ireland for 2025. The breeze will take place at Naas on Tuesday, June 3, with the sale being staged at Goffs on Wednesday, June 4. A practice breeze will also be held on the Bank Holiday Monday, June 2.

Announcing the new breeze-up sale, Goffs chief executive Henry Beeby, said, “We are thrilled that Naas Racecourse has agreed to host the trackwork to enable this exciting new breeze-up sale in Ireland. We look forward to collaborating with the Naas team to deliver a successful breeze-up where horses and clients will benefit from the world class facilities at both Naas and Kildare Paddocks.

“Vendors have petitioned Goffs to stage an Irish breeze-up for some time, and the timing of this new sale, coming slightly later in the season, has been widely welcomed in our discussions with vendors. The early June dates will allow additional time for sales preparation while it falls early enough in the Flat calendar to ensure strong demand for quality, ready to run two-year-olds.”

Dermot Cantillon, chairman of Naas Racecourse, added, “The Naas Racecourse philosophy is to facilitate the racing and the bloodstock industry when and where we can. This relationship with Goffs to support the breeze-up sector is another manifestation of this ongoing commitment.”

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