Our Conor relation among winning pointers added to Spring Sale
Jeremy gelding Lets Go Champ won at Bartlemy on Sunday
The first three home in both divisions of the Goffs UK Spring Sale four-year-old geldings maiden at Bartlemy on Sunday have been supplemented for this week's sale, including a relation to the ill-fated Triumph Hurdle winner Our Conor.
The first heat was won by the Mick Goff-trained debut winner Mustang Alpha (485), a son of Stowaway who is out of a half-sister to Noland, winner of the Supreme and Tolworth Novices' Hurdle for Paul Nicholls and owner John Hales.
The second contest was won by the Jeremy gelding Lets Go Champ (479), who is out of a half-sister to Jeremy's highest rated jumps runner in Our Conor.
Lets Go Champ became the 15th four-year-old winner for Donnchadh Doyle this season and is a full-brother to Scarlet And Dove, the impressive winner of a Limerick bumper on debut for Joseph O'Brien.
Close in second was the Colin Bowe-trained Full Back (484), a son of a Listed-placed hurdler in France who should also garner plenty of attention from buyers.
Other entries to catch the eye include the Presenting gelding Face The Odds (482), a five-length winner at Dawstown for Denis Murphy, and Fakir D'Alene (491), a 20-length winner at Broughshane for Donnchadh Doyle.
The Spring Sale runs from Tuesday to Thursday, with the dedicated point-to-point session taking place on Wednesday.
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