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Michael Donoho | Sarah Farnsworth เปิดตัวครั้งแรกในอเมริกาสำหรับโค้ช Phil Diamato ที่ Santa Anita ใน GIII Sweet Life S. เมื่อวันอาทิตย์ที่ Gary King Gong Global (Masa Ire) ฟิลิปอดีตเทรนเนอร์มิกกี้ฮาลฟอร์ดวัย 3 ขวบในไอร์แลนด์ถูกซื้อตัวในช่วงซัมเมอร์นี้จากข้อตกลงส่วนตัวโดย Michael Donoho และ Neil Dalton จาก BBC Ireland Gary King พบกับ Donohoi ในเช้าวันจันทร์เพื่อหารือเกี่ยวกับชัยชนะ GK: อะไรที่ดึงดูดให้คุณก้าวสู่ Global? นพ. - การวิ่งครั้งแรกใน Limerick ดึงดูดสายตาของฉันและความสนใจของนีล [Dalton]. เราชอบการกระทำของเธอและเราชอบวิธีที่เธอวิ่งเข้าเส้นเมื่อเธอเอาชนะหญิงสาวที่ดันดอล์ก เป็นการพนันเล็ก ๆ น้อย ๆ ที่ซื้อเธอจาก Dundalk Disability Victory แต่ได้ผลตอบแทน เป็นการแสดงให้เห็นว่าฟอร์มการแข่งขันของชาวไอริชแข็งแกร่งเพียงใด GK: คุณเคยโดนม้าแบบแคลิฟอร์เนียหรือเปล่า? MD: แน่นอน เมื่อเธอเห็นเนื้อเธอก็มองไปที่ห้องซึ่งเหมือนกับเมล็ดมะฮอกกานีอื่น ๆ อีกมากมายที่ทำด้วยสะโพกขนาดใหญ่ นักแข่งทุกคนดูเหมือนจะมีพัฒนาการที่ดีขึ้นในการแข่งขันของพวกเขาที่มีบุคลิกที่ยอดเยี่ยมและม้าที่แข็งแรง ในแคลิฟอร์เนียสุขภาพของเชื้อชาติก็มีความสำคัญเช่นกัน GK: ม้าฝึกหัดวางตลาดอย่างไรในช่วงไม่กี่เดือนที่ผ่านมา? MD: พูดตามตรงมันเยี่ยมมาก นีลกับฉันทำงานร่วมกันในช่วงหลายเดือนที่ผ่านมาและมีคนมองหาม้าไอริชอยู่เสมอ เห็นได้ชัดว่า GK-Mehmas มีปีที่น่ากลัวกับวัยรุ่นตอนต้น คุณคาดหวังว่าจะเติบโตเหมือนเด็ก 3 ขวบหรือไม่? MD: สมบูรณ์แบบ แม้ว่าพวกเขาจะพิสูจน์ได้ว่าพวกเขายังไม่โตพอ แต่พวกเขาก็มีความก้าวหน้าอย่างมาก ดูเหมือนพวกเขามีความปรารถนาที่จะชนะและพวกเขาก็ทำได้ดีมาก ในอีกไม่กี่ปีข้างหน้าเขาจะเป็นนักขี่ม้าที่สำคัญมากและจะอยู่ในโรงแรมที่ดีมากในตาลีโฮ จึงเป็นที่นิยมฉันเสนอชื่อผู้สมัครให้กับลูกค้าได้เพียงคนเดียว GK: คุณเคยระบุค่ายเรดาร์ในยุโรปสำหรับฤดูผสมพันธุ์ที่กำลังจะมาถึงก่อนที่คุณจะออกเดินทางหรือไม่? MDM: ฉันได้ยินและได้เห็นรายงานที่ดีมากจากเชอร์ชิล (กาลิลี (กาลิลี (ไอเร)) (, 000 30,000 ในคูลิมอร์) สำหรับพืชผลอายุ 2 ปีแรก และฉันคิดว่า Shala (ገር Irresistible) (Ire (, 000 15,000 ที่ Haras de Bukutot) จะมีผลิตภัณฑ์อายุ 3 ปีที่ดีขึ้นหลังจากการเริ่มต้นอย่างมีแนวโน้มกับนักวิ่งคนแรกเมื่อฤดูกาลที่แล้ว ยังไม่ได้ลงทะเบียน? คลิกที่นี่เพื่อสมัครรับไฟล์ PDF หรือการแจ้งเตือนรายวัน เรื่องนี้โพสต์ในยุโรปแชร์ข่าวยุโรปข่าวเด่นยุโรปและติดแท็ก BBA Ireland, GIII Sweet Life S. , Going Global (Ire), Ireland, Mass (Ire), Mick Halford, Neil Dalton, Phil Diamato, Santa Anita Park , Tali-Ho Studio.
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Mehmas Filly Flies Home in Sweet Life
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The Phil D'Amato barn continued its hot streak with European imports in turf sprints as Going Global (Ire) (Mehmas Ire) uncorked a powerful rally to take Sunday's GIII Sweet Life S. at Santa Anita. Fourth in her best of three turf tries for Mick Halford in her native country, the bay broke through over seven furlongs of all-weather at Dundalk Nov. 11 before being acquired privately. She was let go at 8-1 in a full and competitive field despite her trainer's excellent numbers with European acquisitions, including four wins from his last four starts in the category. Finding a foothold at the fence and off the pace as Five Pics Please (Cinco Charlie) sped clear, Going Global made her move into a :44.16 half. She still had work to do as the frontrunner threatened to complete her theft, but Flavien Prat got her out in the clear with a sixteenth to race and she zoomed home to get up in the shadow of the wire. Nimbostratus (Fr) (Wootton Bassett GB) filled out the trifecta for some of the same owners as the winner. Sunday, Santa Anita ParkSWEET LIFE S.-GIII, $103,500, Santa Anita, 2-14, 3yo, f, 6fT, 1:07.68, fm.1–GOING GLOBAL (IRE), 122, f, 3, by Mehmas (Ire)                1st Dam: Wrood, by Invasor (Arg)                2nd Dam: Ras Shaikh, by Sheikh Albadou (GB)                3rd Dam: Aneesati (GB), by Kris (GB)1ST BLACK- TYPE WIN, 1ST GRADED STAKES WIN. (€15,500Ylg '19 GOFSPT). O-CYBT, Saul Gevertz, Michael Nentwig & RayPagano; B-N. Hartery (IRE); T-Philip D'Amato; J-Flavien Prat.$60,000. Lifetime Record: 5-2-0-0, $68,792. Werk Nick Rating:   D+. Click for the eNicks report & 5-cross pedigree.2–Five Pics Please, 122, f, 3, Cinco Charlie–No Pictures Please,by Congrats. O-Desert Sun Stables; B-Larry L. Caudill DVM (KY);T-John W. Sadler. $20,000.3–Nimbostratus (Fr), 122, f, 3, Wootton Bassett (GB)–BahamaSpirit (Ire), by Invincible Spirit (Ire). (£65,000 Ylg '19 GOFFPR).O-Altamira Racing Stable, CYBT, Marc Lantzman & MichaelNentwig; B-Laundry Cottage Stud (FR); T-Peter Miller. $12,000.Margins: HF, 3/4, 2HF. Odds: 8.90, 9.70, 6.40.Also Ran: Majestic Steps (Ire), Squared Shady, I'm So Anna, Plum Sexy, Freedom Flyer, Royal Address (Ire), Magical Thought, Go Greta (GB), Pizzazz. Click for the Equibase.com chart, the TJCIS.com PPs or the free Equineline.com catalogue-style pedigree. VIDEO, sponsored by Fasig-Tipton. “I watched her last race and you could see she could run,” Prat offered. “Phil talked to me this morning and said they really like her. She's a little tough, likes to do things her way, but she was very professional.” “She trained very well,” said D'Amato, who won last week's Baffle S. for the boys with Earls Rock (Ire) (Fascinating Rock Ire) and the Clocker's Corner S. Jan. 24 with Gregorian Chant (GB) (Gregorian Ire) for another partnership that includes Michael Nentwig. “We were trying to point for an allowance race for the last couple weeks and it didn't come. It was just one of those things. She trained well enough to where I thought she merited a chance in here. So, either run or wait a while until the allowance goes. Luckily, we were able to get Flavien here and a beautiful trip. I think the sky is the limit for this filly.” D'Amato added that, with Prat telling him that she should stretch out, his team would look at upcoming two-turn stakes for Going Global. Nentwig was on hand to celebrate the win, and said: “Any time you step out and you pay a decent amount of money for a horse from Europe that you've only seen run on tape, you kind of put yourself out there and I have to kind of convince the partners that it's the right thing to do. Phil was very confident in the filly over there. I want to thank Niall [Dalton]. Without him, we wouldn't have the filly. I'm thrilled for everyone…it's a great win for the team.” Pedigree Notes: Tally-Ho Stud's Mehmas dominated among last year's crop of European freshman (Click for more), and is now responsible for six stakes winners (three group or graded), including G1 Newmarket Middle Park S. hero Supremacy (Ire) and Quattroelle (Ire), winner of this venue's one-mile Blue Norther S. here on New Year's Eve. Another Mehmas filly was beaten a neck in October's Surfer Girl S. here. Going Global is the second graded winner and fourth stakes winner out of a mare by Hall of Famer Invasor (Arg), who now stands in Uruguay after limited Stateside success. The winner's dam Wrood, also conditioned by Halford, was a two-time winner over 10 panels of Lingfield Polytrack. The half to GSW Racer Forever (Rahy) has a 2-year-old colt by Profitable (Ire) and a yearling filly by U S Navy Flag.
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Goffs to Ride Online Momentum
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Goffs kicks off its 2021 sales season on Tuesday and Wednesday with Part I of its February Sale. Prevailing unprecedented circumstances mean that the mixed sale of yearlings, 2-year-old, fillies and mares and horses in training will take place as a live online auction, with no horses, vendors or purchasers on the grounds at Kildare Paddocks. COVID-19 safety measures late last year meant that Goffs staged its Autumn Horses-In-Training and Yearling sales in the live online format, and the positive results spoke to the resilience of the bloodstock market as well as the work put in by Team Goffs to perfect the process. The turnover and average at the horses in training sale were up on 2019, with two lots surpassing the prior year's top price, while the yearling sale posted 10% increases in both average and median with 2261 individual online bids. All this means that the Goffs team can approach their 2021 curtain raiser with added confidence. “Goffs Online has done us so much good,” said Goffs Group Chief Executive Henry Beeby. “Ten years ago we would have been in a far more difficult position. Since we launched Goffs Online as a support to our sales last July at our breeze-up sales, we have sold over €6.3-million worth of horses to 12 different countries and taken something like 6,000 bids online. That is business that would not otherwise have been attainable [last year] had we not had Goffs Online. It may be peculiar and alien to some people but it's been an absolute god send in COVID and pandemic times when people can't travel. It's something we've come to rely on and it's been a great help.” “With breeding stock and form horses and older horses, I think it's a viable proposition to sell with online videos,” Beeby added. “It's not ideal, it's not what we'd like, but we're making the best of what we've got. We demonstrated with our horses in training sale last autumn that it can work and it can work well. We've sold horses now for up to €300,000 without anyone seeing the horse in the flesh and without anyone being anywhere near it.” The sale begins on Tuesday with a catalogue of 89 2-year-olds by sires like Australia (GB), Belardo (Ire), Churchill (Ire), Dandy Man (Ire), Decorated Knight (GB), Footstepsinthesand (GB), Make Believe (GB), Mehmas (Ire), New Bay (GB), Oasis Dream (GB), Starspangledbanner (Aus) and Zoffany. Highlights on pedigree include a colt by the recently deceased Zoffany (Ire) whose dam is a half-sister to G1 Ascot Gold Cup winner Big Orange (GB) (Duke of Marmalade Ire) (lot 4); a Mehmas (Ire) filly whose second dam is a full-sister to Fantastic Light (lot 21); and a filly from the first crop of Guineas winner Galileo Gold (Ire) whose second dam is champion and Group 1 producer Red Camellia (GB) (lot 72). Day one concludes with a small section of horses in training, including offerings from the Aga Khan. Wednesday is dedicated to breeding stock, with standouts expected to include Soft Lips (GB) (Rahy) (lot 140), a dual stakes producer in foal to New Bay; Margarita (Ire) (Marju Ire) (lot 141), a stakes producing full-sister to champion Soviet Song (Ire) in foal to Starspangledbanner (Aus); Kitkitty (Fr) (Olympic Glory Ire) (lot 145), a 4-year-old filly from the family of champion and sire Konigstiger (Ger); Royal Free Hotel (Ire) (Mastercraftsman Ire) (lot 155), a winning 4-year-old filly from the family of G1 Fillies' Mile and G1 Falmouth S. winner Simply Perfect (GB) (Danehill); Musical Rue (Ire) (Exceed and Excel Aus) (lot 163), a winning 4-year-old filly from the family of champion Finsceal Beo (Ire) (Mr. Greeley); Gracefully Done (Ire) (Australia GB) (lot 190), a daughter of GI Matron S. winner Sense Of Style (Thunder Gulch) in foal for the first time to Ten Sovereigns; Shringara (Ire) (Dansili GB) (lot 197), a winning 6-year-old whose dam is a half-sister to multiple Group 1 winner Youmzain (Ire) (Sinndar Ire); Topaz Clear (Ire) (Pivotal GB) (lot 214), a half-sister to two stakes winners including top stayer Forgotten Rules (Ire) (Nayef) offered by breeder Moyglare Stud in foal to Zoffany (Ire); Rose Tinted Sand (Ire) (Siyouni Fr) (lot 219), a daughter of the well-related Group 3 winner Afternoon Sunlight (Ire) (Sea The Stars Ire); Gold Lace (Ire) (Invincible Spirit Ire) (lot 241), a stakes-producing mare in foal to Camelot (GB); and Rubira (Aus) (Lope De Vega Ire) (lot 253), a stakes winner in New Zealand in foal for the first time to New Bay. “The vendors have been very supportive and we're very grateful for it,” said Beeby. “Since the pandemic outbreak our goal has been to continue providing an ongoing marketplace by whatever means we can. Obviously we prefer to have physical sales and we were able to hold those with some very strict protocols last autumn, but there have been a couple of occasions, as now, where that hasn't been possible. So having an online system to back it up is a great help. It's not our first choice but it's certainly a very worthy second choice and it provides a market and allows us to continue to put liquidity into the market.” “We're grateful to the people who have supported the sale and stood their ground with entries,” Beeby added. “We'll be doing our best and we'd encourage people to engage online. Every online sale we hold we improve the service and we've been very gratified and flattered by the really positive feedback we've had, with people saying our platform is as customer-friendly if not more than any out there.” Part I of the Goffs February Sale begins online at noon on Tuesday and Wednesday. Part II of the sale is currently set for Mar. 11 as a live sale of short yearlings.
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