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Eight Top Class Pointers Added to Doncaster January Sale

Eight Top Class Pointers Added to Doncaster January Sale

An additional eight quality Point-to-Point entries have been supplemented into the P2P/Form Horse Session at the Goffs UK January Sale at Doncaster which will be held on 22 – 23 January.

Last year’s January Sale was topped by the £270,000 Pointer Phoenix Way, who won a Novice Hurdle for Harry Fry and JP McManus in exciting fashion last week, and the 2019 session will once again offer a number of high-class entries. The P2P/Form Horse Session will be held on the second day of the sale, Wednesday 23 January, along with the Horses-in-Training and the session remains open to supplementary entries.

The additional eight Point-to-Point entries are:


•    Lot 258, Streets of Fire (5YO M by Milan), the ten-length winner of her most recent P2P for Colin Bowe at Templenacarriga on 6 January.
•    259, Avoid de Master (5YO G by Getaway), winner of his most recent P2P for Paurick O'Connor at Mainstown on 6 January.
•    261, Karen’s Gift (5YO M by Jeremy), winner of her most recent P2P for John Walsh at Mainstown on 6 January.
•    262, Word Has It (5YO G by Jeremy), placed on both his P2P starts last year as a 4YO for Joe Casey, his most recent seeing him place second to Banner Rebel at Dromahane on 30 December.
•    263, Go To Court (6YO M by Court Cave), the six-length winner of her most recent P2P for William Murphy at Mainstown on 6 January.
•    266, Darius Des Sources (6YO G by Irish Wells), winner of his most recent P2P for Kevin O'Sullivan at Templenacarriga on 6 January.
•    270, Hon the DJ (5YO G by Arcadio), placed third on his debut P2P for Francesca Nimmo at Larkhill on 6 January.
•    271, Eclair Des Sablons (5YO G by Noroit), a dual placed Pointer last year for Colin Bowe as a 4YO, his most recent placing seeing him finish second at Lisronagh on 10 November.


Supplementary entries for the Goffs UK January Sale at Doncaster will be taken up until the time of the sale and to enquire about entering your horse, contact Goffs UK on 44 (0)1450 372222. The sale will also feature the TBA Stallion Show on Tuesday 22 January which will offer viewing of 19 stallions in Yard B.


 


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