Brothers and Sisters of Guineas stars Poetic Flare and Mother Earth cataloged for Orby Sale | Bloodstock News


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Mother Earth is already a double Group 1 winner

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By Tom Peacock

The brothers and sisters of the two winners from Guinea, Mother Earth and Poetic Flare, will be among a catalog of 444 yearlings for the Goffs Orby 2021 sale.

The event will take place at Kildare Paddocks between September 28-29, with all prizes on offer being eligible for the Million Euro Goffs at the Curragh in 2022.

The two Classic breed fillies will pass under the hammer three batches apart. Whitehall Stud entrusts Sioux Nation’s half-sister to Mother Earth, who not only won the 1,000 Guineas but also the Rothschild Prize earlier this week.

See the Orby Sale catalog here

On his heels will be Poetic Flare, brother of 2,000 Guineas and winner of the St James’s Palace Stakes, donated by Clare Castle Stud. Jim Bolger’s exceptional colt was also cataloged, albeit later withdrawn, at the 2019 Orby sale.

Other notable pedigrees among the fillies include Michael Ryan’s filly Kingman, from the double Guinea winner and graduate of Orby Finsceal Beo and a Saxon Warrior half-sister to the Prix de Diane Longines Channel winner herself. also purchased by Orby Sale, which is owned by Kilcarn Stud.

A full sister Dark Angel to the Persuasive Group 1 winner and a half-sister to this year’s Jersey Stakes winner Creative Force are others to stand out among the fillies while the elite colts cataloged include a Galileo from the two-time winner of Group 1 Simply Perfect and a Kingman on racing champion Alexander Goldrun.

Also included are a full brother of several Group 1 champions, Alpha Centauri, a Starspangledbanner half-brother of the 2021 Prix Jean Prat Laws Of Indices winner as well as siblings like Phoenix Stakes winner Lucky Vega and juvenile stars. by Royal Ascot Perfect Power, The Lir Jet and Quick Suzy.

Goffs Group Managing Director Henry Beeby said: “We couldn’t be happier to be back in Ireland at Kildare Paddocks for the Goffs Orby 2021 sale and even more thrilled to present an Orby catalog that is simply essential for international buyers.

“We are very grateful to the Irish breeders who gave us such a large selection of potential class winners and worked with them to focus on the individual so that we can recommend each Orby yearling on merit to potential buyers.

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“The Goffs Million, with a guaranteed prize money of at least € 1,000,000 and a potential Group 1 bonus of € 100,000 over three years, has met with resounding enthusiasm from potential buyers, while the Success of Orby graduates over the past year has proven once again why Orby is a must-attend event.

“Another classic winner at Mother Earth graphically illustrates this point alongside other Group 1 winners in the United States, South Africa, France, Ireland and more at Royal Ascot.

“The Irish National Yearling Sale is back in its place, in the right place at the right time, and the Goffs team look forward to welcoming sellers and buyers to Orby for an exceptional selection of many of the best yearlings in the world. Ireland has to offer, and the only contenders for Europe’s richest two-year race next year. “

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