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Outstanding Pointers Head 39 Supplementary Entries for Doncaster Spring Sale

Outstanding Pointers Head 39 Supplementary Entries for Doncaster Spring Sale

Strong support from trainers entering their best pointers will see next week’s Goffs UK Spring HIT/P2P Sale at Doncaster offer an exceptional line-up of horses with the sale set to offer over 40 winning or placed 4YO pointers.

Among the 39 supplementary entries that are now available to view online are the first, second and third placings of the Division 1 and Division 2 4YO Maiden at Bartlemy last weekend.

Supplementary entries include:
•    Lot 478, Blossoming Forth (4YO F by Flemensfirth), winner of her debut P2P for Philip Rowley at Eyton-On-Severn.
•    479, Lets Go Champ (4YO G by Jeremy), the highly impressive winner of his debut P2P for Donnchadh Doyle at Bartlemy. A three-parts brother to the Gr.1 winner OUR CONOR.
•    480, Mister Coffey (4YO G by Authorized), the eight-length winner of his debut Bumper for Harry Whittington at Huntingdon.
•    482, Face The Odds (4YO G by Presenting), the five-length winner of his most recent P2P for Denis Murphy at Dawstown.
•    483, Geraldo (4YO G by Jeremy), winner of his debut P2P for Ellmarie Holden at Stowlin.
•    484, Full Back (4YO G by Sinndar), placed a close second on his debut P2P to Lets Go Champ for Colin Bowe at Bartlemy. Out of a Listed winning half-sister to MUSICA BELLA.
•    485, Mustang Alpha (4YO G by Stowaway), the six-length winner of his debut P2P for Mick Goff at Bartlemy.
•    490, Straw Fan Jack (4YO G by Geordieland), placed second to Mustang Alpha on his debut P2P for Mark Scallan at Bartlemy.
•    491, Fakir D'Alene (4YO G by Cokoriko), the 20-length winner of his debut P2P for Donnchadh Doyle at Broughshane.

Many lots entered in the sale have received form updates including Lot 639, The Brass Man, which will be offered as part of the Brittas House Stud Dispersal. The 5YO son of Milan placed on his debut P2P and has now won a P2P Bumper at Tipperary on his only start under rules since the catalogue went to print.

2019 Doncaster Spring Sale format:

Spring Store Sale Tuesday 21 May – offering a catalogue of 264 selected 3YO stores.
Spring HIT/P2P Sale Wednesday 22 May – 257 lots including a dedicated P2P session and horses-in-training featuring the Million In Mind Dispersal.
Spring HIT/P2P Sale Thursday 23 May – 330 horses-in-training featuring the Brittas House Stud and Grech & Parkin Dispersals.




 


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