Successful week for Mehmas and co at Goffs; Inns Of Court foals sell for up to €80,000
Colts by Mehmas topped two of the four sessions at this week's Goffs November Sale, selling for €145,000 and €70,000.
Congrats to the McEnery family's Vinesgrove Stud, who sold their colt out of Dutch Monarch to us for €140,000 to top the first day.
Also many congrats to Terre McNamara of Golden Vale Stud, who sold her colt out of Ishimagic through Meadagh Stud for €70,000 to top the fourth session.
In between, Milltown Stud sold their colt out of My Better Half for €170,000 to Yeomanstown Stud while a filly out of Moment Of Truth was sold by Sandra Russell for €140,000.
In all, Mehmas averaged €59,783 for the week off €7,500 nominations (2020).
Kodiac's group included a colt out of Show Me Off, who sold for €110,000 out of the Baroda Stud draft to Manister House Stud.
Cotai Glory's foals sold for up to €67,000 - a colt out of Ibtasama offered by Milltown House Stud - while Galileo Gold averaged €24,000.
Kessaar proved popular, with each of his seven through the ring selling for an average of €30,214. A filly out of Chechalla realised €60,000 from Newtownbarry House Stud to Apollo Bloodstock/R Scahill while he was also responsible for the dearest filly of Thursday's session in a charming daughter of Trump Alexander sold by Railstown Stud for €44,000.
However, we particularly encouraged by the reaction to the first foals of Inns Of Court. Led by an €80,000 colt bred by Tom Lacy out of Vida Amorosa from Ringfort Stud, 23 of his 26 foals through the ring were sold. Foals also sold for €41,000, €30,000 (x2) etc.