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Goffs Orby Yearling Sale - Day Two - Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Follow all the news as it happens on the second day of the Goffs Orby Yearling Sale with Nancy Sexton's live blog

    Lot 379: b c Quality Road - Arravale (Arch)
    The below colt turned a good profit for Guy O'Callaghan's Grangemore Stud when selling for €260,000 to SackvilleDonald. The colt was led out unsold at $85,000 at last year's Keeneland November Sale.
    He is a half-brother to the Grade 2-placed Nancy O and out of 2006 Canadian Horse of the Year Arravale.
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    Lot 456: ch f Teofilo - Louve Imperiale (Giant's Causeway)
    The first highlight of the Wildenstein dispersal is this filly, a flashy granddaughter of star producer Louveterie who sells for €120,000 to Stephen Collins of Derrinstown Stud/Shadwell Estates.
    She is the third foal out of an unplaced half-sister to Loup Sauvage and Loup Solitaire and a great-granddaughter of 1970 Oaks heroine Lupe, who was purchased by Daniel Wildenstein from Gladys Joel at the end of her racing career.
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    Offered: 434
    Sold: 363 (84%)
    Aggregate: €39,295,000 (+2.5%)
    Average: €109,986 (+5%)
    Colts average: €113,086
    Fillies average: €103,983
    Median: €67,000 (+8%)
    No. €1 million + lots: 1 (2015: 4)
    No. €500,000 + lots: 4 (2015: 5)
    No. successful pinhooks: 73 of 126
    472) b c Dubawi - Beauty Parlour (Deep Impact), sold by The Castlebridge Consignment as part of the Wildenstein Stables Ltd Dispersal for €1.4 million to John Ferguson
    250) b f New Approach - Scribonia (Danehill), sold by Redmondstown Stud for €650,000 to Peter and Ross Doyle Bloodstock
    358) b f Shamardal - Alexander Goldrun (Gold Away), sold by Mountarmstrong Stud for €600,000 to Koji Maeda
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