The best ever renewal of Goffs Land Rover Sale concluded with record returns across the board and a superb clearance rate of 92% across the two days last year. Average price for the entire sale increased by 45%, turnover was up 50% while median took a huge leap of 57%.
Demand continued apace on Day 2 with trade topped by Gerry Griffen’s purchase of a Gold Well gelding (Lot 347) from Oneliner Stables for €85,000 – a price that outdid the top price on the corresponding day last year by over €50,000. Frank Berry secured the second highest priced lot of the day when going to €57,000 for another son of Gold Well (Lot 297), consigned by Peter Nolan Bloodstock. Colin Bowe later purchased a son of Germany from Mount Brown Farm (Lot 484) for €50,000, bringing the number of horses making €50,000 or more over the two days to 44.