The first crop of Inns Of Court received a warm welcome at the Goffs UK Premier Sale in Doncaster on Tuesday.
Led by our homebred £125,000 colt out of Key To Power, Inns Of Court returned an average of £40,555 for 11 sold. Each of his yearlings through the ring were sold.
Robson Aguiar and Amo Racing were the winning bidders on the Key To Power colt.
"He's a nice horse by a promising first-crop sire," said Robson. "He looks nice and precocious. He'll come back to me for pre-training and we'll see how he gets on. For me he was the best colt in the sale."
Other high-profile results included:
Lot 127, a colt out of Misfortunate who sold for £55,000 to Gary Halpin out of the Baroda Stud draft
Lot 133, a colt out of Moon Sister who sold for £52,000 to Ollie Pears out of the Sherbourne Lodge draft
Lot 79, a colt out of Kingdomforthebride who sold for £48,000 to Longways Stables
Great results off Inns Of Court's first year fee of €7,500!