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Jet Away’s in demand at Goffs

Jet Away’s stock continued to prove popular in the sales ring at the Goffs December National Hunt Sale with 14 foals selling up to €50,000 and at an average price of €16,714.

Top lot for the Jet Away’s was Lot 499 a full brother to Grade 1 winner Brandy Love – winner of the EBF mares Novice Final Hurdle Grade 1 at Fairyhouse in April – who sold to Ballymaglassan Stud for €50,000. The Willie Mullins-trained six-year-old is one of the leading chances for next year’s Stayers’ Hurdle (Grade 1) at the Cheltenham Festival.

Brandy Love

The second highest lot went the way of Bleahen Bros for €43,000 for Lot 680 a Bay or Brown Colt out of the stakes-placed mare Fickle Fortune who is the dam of Grade 3 winner The Model Kingdom. This is the family of Hardline and The Game Changer.