Lot 298 filly by Lawman
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Two fillies from the Baroda & Colbinstown Studs draft took the top two spots on the second and final day of Goffs February Sale. First up was Lot 298, a two year old daughter of Lawman out of an own sister to Champion filly Islington as well as Group winners New Morning and Greek Dance. She was sold for €110,000 to Moran Stud Farm who also secured the next highest priced lot of day when going to €95,000 for the winning Teofilo mare Myopic (Lot 380), a half-sister to Listed winning filly Twitch and sold in foal to Kodiac.

First Spirit (Lot 389), a four year old mare by First Defence out of the Listed winner Choice Spirit and from the immediate family of Group 1 Prix Jean Romanet winner Announce, provided another highlight on Day 2 when selling to Goffs Scandinavian agent Filip Zwicky for €80,000. Consigned by Grenane House Stud, she is in foal to Zoffany.

Mick Flanagan earlier went to €75,000 for Vrai (Lot 318), a three year old Dark Angel half-sister to Group 2 winner and Group 1 placed Lilbourne Lad from Baroda & Colbinstown, while the same price was also made by Glebe House Stables’ Group 3 winner and Irish Derby placed Stellar Mass (Lot 333). The Sea The Stars colt was bought by BBA Ireland.