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Monday, 22 October, 2018

Search for next Bengali Boys underway in Sportsman's Sale

Catalogue now online for sale known as the 'Irish Donny'

Bengali Boys (right): emerged from last year's Goffs Sportsman's Sale
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Siblings to two winners of the EP Taylor Stakes are set to be offered at the Goffs Sportsman's Sale on 28 September, with the catalogue for the sale – consisting of 287 yearlings – now online. 

They are a Casamento half-brother to the 2008 winner Folk Opera and a Pour Moi half-brother to Lahaleeb, who joined her on the roll of honour the following year. 

Among other interesting lots is a Dream Ahead half-sister to the Del Mar Oaks winner Amorama.

The yearling sale received a significant boost last month when Bengali Boys ran out a six-length winner of the Weatherbys Super Sprint at Newbury, leading home a one-two-three for past graduates of the sale. 

The Clodovil colt was sold by the Castlebridge Consignment to Aidan O'Ryan and Richard Fahey for €11,000.

"We have reverted to the sale's most successful one-day format this year and have handpicked a high quality bunch of commercial yearlings and real two-year-old types," said Henry Beeby, chief executive of Goffs Group.

"The sale takes place immediately following two days of the very best at Orby, resulting in an Irish yearling sales week that offers buyers at every level of the market the best chance to source their future winners."

We have handpicked a high quality bunch of commercial yearlings and real two-year-old types
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