“How much will she earn?” an interested observer asked as Black beard Her sister attended the midway round of the Goffs during the opening session of the Orby Sale on September 27. The answer came just minutes later when the hole dropped to 2.6 million euros ($2,506,104). la), the highest price paid for a craving anywhere. in the world this year.
Blackbeard is owned by partners Coolmore and Westerberg and Georg von Opel’s MV Magnier were among those closely watching the proceedings, but matters ultimately fell on US agents Jacob West and Richard Knight, then delivered the decisive blow from the middle floor of Henry Beeby’s empty right-hand auditorium.
The boy’s brother was listed as having won four races, including the Darley Prix Robert Papin (G2), but has since set a record with six wins from eight starts after the Darley merger. Prix Morny (G1) and Juddmonte Middle Park Stakes (G1) on his two most recent outings, the most recent coming just three days before the sale.
“I think she’s the absolute standout in sales even without her brother on the site,” Knight said. “As an individual, she’s got it all; she’s a lovely size, a lovely figure, and a very athletic figure.
“Every time I went and saw her, she did exactly what I wanted. Then you can add the brother and the sire to the mix. I’m happy to have her.”
The No Nay Never Filly is deposited in Lot 93 at Goffs Orby Sale
Knight has had something of a go at this sales season, recently spending $4.875 million on six lots at Keeneland’s last September sale, topping out $1.3 million. Structure half-brother with half-brother Kimari . Despite augmenting his revenue with another seven-figure acquisition, the representative was unable to reveal the identity of his high-profile client.
At a seven-figure price tag, Knight added: “That’s when we thought she’d be at the top but we don’t want to leave here without her. It’s very exciting. She’s coming back to England. and trained there, although no coach has been decided yet.”
Bred by Newstead Breeding and consigned by Glenvale Stud, No, never filly is the second pony of Muirin, a victorious daughter of Born in the sea fourth person after Happy in the Moyglare Stud Stakes (G1) in 2017 for coach Edward Lynam and owners Robert Moran and David Myerscough. The mare, in turn winner Patrick P. O’Leary Memorial Phoenix Sprint Stakes (G3) 2009 Girouette sold to the Broadhurst Authority for €210,000 ($202,416) at the Goffs November 2018 Breeding Share Sale.
The chubby boy became No Nay Never’s most expensive child to change hands in the public auction, with the previous high set by Nay Lady Nay , who sold to Juddmonte Farms for $1.7 million in Fasig-Tipton last November. Her price also easily beats that of her group’s first prize-winning brother, who bought 270,000gns ($378,650) from Jamie McCalmont when it was offered for sale by Norelands Stud at the Foal Sales Show. December 2020 by Tattersalls.
“You can never expect a price like that,” said Ciaran ‘Flash’ Conroy of Glenvale. “That said, when you have an animal like that, anything can happen. She’s a top stallion having had a great year and she’s clearly the full sister. Enough of the best 2-year-old sprinter around.
“Those updates are the things you dream of. Prix Morny was unbelievable and then winning Middle Park the way he did shows that anything can happen when the horse is in Aidan’s hands.” O’Brien!
“When any animal sells well, it’s always a great relief because you only get one shot in the sales round.
Result day 1
During the day there were 208 lots sold from 237 lots offered for sale, clearance rate reached 88%. One hundred and four of those brings a total of six figures, contributing to a 37% increase in revenue year-over-year at €26,888,000 ($25,916,967). The median price was up 25% at €120,269 ($115,926), while the median rose 33% to €100,000 ($96,388).
The Goffs Orby sale continues on Wednesday, with the session starting at 9:30 a.m.