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Mehmas in demand at Goffs Breeze-Up

A terrific Goffs Breeze-Up Sale in Doncaster for Mehmas was capped by the sale of Mocklershill's colt out of Jane Doe for £380,000 to Blandford Bloodstock.

Richard Brown of Blandford Bloodstock, who described Mehmas as 'one of the best 2yo sires around', also paid £360,000 and £350,000 for a pair of colts from our draft out of Munaasaba and White Rosa.

Brown is hopeful that the Jane Doe colt will prove up to taking his place at Royal Ascot.

“He’s by one of the best sires of two-year-olds around, a gorgeous horse and from one of the doyens of the breeze-up sales,” said Brown. “I saw him on Sunday and Willie was very high on him then and he did a seriously good breeze yesterday. The ground was tough yesterday and he’s a low-actioned horse who should go on summer ground. 

"He looks forward-going but no trainer has been decided. He’ll get a short break now and then we’ll try and point him towards Ascot, as I’m sure a lot of people will be doing.” 

In all, Mehmas' draft turned over £1,505,000 for an average of £150,500.

Blandford Bloodstock's purchase of our colt out of Wouldntitbelovely for £150,000 also capped a good day for Cotai Glory. With another filly from Bansha House Stables making £90,000 to Shamrock Thoroughbreds - therefore the same connections as last year's smart filly Tiger Belle - Cotai Glory ended the day with an average of nearly £60,000.

Kodiac also had a good result in the sale of Egmont Stud's filly out of Dubai Rainbow for £125,000 to John and Sean Quinn and Pythia Sports.

We were delighted to end the sale as leading vendor and wish all purchasers the best of luck - hopefully there is another Perfect Power, Twilight Jet or Dream Ahead among them!

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