Straight Line Equine Sales To Debut at Fasig-Tipton July

The team at Straight Line Equine Sales

Colin Brennan Bloodstock and Wolf Creek Farms, with Jay Goodwin as a contributor, will launch Straight Line Equine Sales beginning with this year's Fasig-Tipton Kentucky Sale in July. The new venture will be represented by drafts at yearling and breeding stock sales, with a 'focus on providing individual sales and management services' to each of its clients.

The consignment and client relations component of Straight Line will be managed by Colin Brennan, who launched a bloodstock agency in his own name in 2019, Kristin Brennan, who helped to launch sales consignments for Calumet Farm, and Austin Winfrey, who gained experience in a variety of facets of the sales before joining his father Troy at Wolf Creek Farm once the operation was moved back to Kentucky. Troy Winfrey and Goodwin will manage horses behind the scenes.

“I am excited for the unique opportunity to co-found Straight Line Equine Sales,” said Brennan, a graduate of the Godolphin Flying Start program who spent five years as assistant to his father, noted 2-year-old consignor Niall Brennan, and two years at Stonestreet's racing and training division in Florida. “I have a tremendous amount of respect for everyone on our team and I believe collectively we will be able to satisfy clients in various sectors of the market.”

Following Fasig-Tipton July, Straight Line expects to have a presence at Saratoga and Texas in August and the Keeneland September Sale.

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