Lot 280 Image supplied by Goffs

An incredible two days at the Goffs Land Rover Sale concluded with vibrant trade at Part 2 that was topped by Glen Stables’ beautiful Beat Hollow gelding (Lot 280) that sold for €90,000 to Martin Brassil (pictured), the purchaser of yesterday’s €185,000 sale-topping son of Yeats (Lot 113) from Rathmore Stud.
 
Other highlights of today’s trade included Busherstown’s Sea The Moon gelding Supermond (Lot 289) that was purchased by Harold Kirk and Willie Mullins for €75,000, as well as Lot 520, a son of Elusive Pimpernel consigned by Peter Nolan Bloodstock that sold to Aidan O’Ryan and Gordon Elliott for €70,000.