Miss Heritage On Top Of Goffs UK August Sale

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Miss Heritage | Goffs UK

Miss Heritage (Ire) (Pour Moi {Ire}) (lot 166), a Grade 2 winner over jumps, brought a sale-topping £78,000 on the bid of Richard Venn Bloodstock and Simon Davies's DahlBury at the Goffs UK August Sale on Wednesday. Consigned by WH Bloodstock, the bay landed the G2 Yorkshire Rose Mares' Hurdle at Doncaster in January and is in foal to Newsells Park Stud's Nathaniel (Ire), the sire of this year's G1 Cazoo Derby hero Desert Crown (GB).

The debut winning pointer Townhill (Ire) (Presenting {GB}) (lot 101) was knocked down to Ed Bailey for £60,000; while lot 111, the winning pointer Tara Line (Ire) (Kayf Tara {GB}), made £50,000 from Syd Hosie and Gay Kelleway. Loughanmore Farms and Cobajay Stables consigned the duo, respectively.

At the end of the sale, 169 lots had sold from 232 offered (73%) for an aggregate of £1,602,600. The average was just marginally down at £9,483 and the median came in at £6,000.

Goffs UK Managing Director Tim Kent said, “The August Sale offers something for all NH owners, trainers, breeders and pinhookers and we introduced two new sessions to enhance it in 2022. The small selection of NH mares was well received by the market and were likely bought to support the many new NH stallions available in the UK. The new 2-year-old session, which was introduced to support the new BHA/TBA junior hurdle series, is a concept which we believe will grow as the new series develops over the coming seasons.”

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