A four-year-old hanoverian-bred gelding has topped the Goresbridge Tattersalls Republic of Ireland Select Event Horse Sale, bringing the move on cost of €37,000.
Dobby, a greyness boy of Diacontinus in addition to from the Stakkato mare Starlight B, was consigned yesteryear Michael Heery, in addition to was bought yesteryear DJ O’Sullivan, a well-known producer from Co. Limerick.
The sale belatedly concluding calendar month attracted a huge crowd who saw xi potential immature resultant horses become nether the hammer. They had been selected yesteryear onetime international eventing passenger Karen Dixon in addition to Sally Parkyn, who produces immature resultant horses.
Top lot of the sale belatedly concluding calendar month was Dobby, consigned yesteryear Michael Heery. The four-year-old gelding yesteryear Diacontinus (HAAN) out of Starlight B (HAAN), a sis to numerous graded showjumpers, fetched €37,000 in addition to was sold to DJ O’Sullivan.
O’Sullivan equally good sold the adjacent highest lot, an unnamed four-year-old Belgian sport Equus caballus yesteryear Querlybet Hero. The youngster, consigned yesteryear O’Sullivan in addition to Joanne Curtin, sold for €29,000 to eventing passenger Oliver Townend.
The half-brother to Makin Influenza A virus subtype H5N1 Storm (fourth inwards the 2018 Burghley Young Event Horse Final) in addition to Harlequin Vivendi is out of Ars Vivendi Lady.
The sale concluded amongst an aggregate of €126,000 in addition to an average of €21,000.