Congresbury, by Unfortunately
Shares Available - 32.5%
The following share prices include: Purchase price, sales house & bloodstock agents commission, 'GBB Bonus' registration (if applicable), vetting, transport and training fees until 31 Jul 2022:
25% share available @ £13,004 upfront and £754 per month from 1st August 2022
15% share available @ £7,814 upfront and £464 per month from 1st August 2022
10% share available @ £5,219 upfront and £319 per month from 1st August 2022
5% share available @ £2,620 upfront and £170 per month from 1st August 2022
2.5% share available @ £1,320 upfront and £95 per month from 1st August 2022
1.25% share available @ £612.50 upfront and £50 per month from 1st August 2022
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*From the Goffs Premier Yearling Sale 2021. The sale where we purchased our Group 1 winner and Champion European 2yo 2013; TOORMORE (£36,000), Group 2 winner VENTURA TORMENTA and dual Group 2 winner KOOL KOMPANY (£40,000) All trained by RICHARD HANNON!*
DAM: Eleventh Hour (Invincible Spirit)
TRAINER: Richard Hannon
“Quality, Value, Success”, were Doncaster Bloodstock Sales’ mantra for a number of years in the late 2000’s, and now, rebranded as GoffsUk, the precocious, sharp, racy 2yo’s that have put Goffs at the forefront of the ‘2yo type’ market, are typified by this son of the Champion French 2yo 2017, the Group 1 Prix Morny & the Group 2 Prix Robert Papin winner Unfortunately.
Unfortunately, is a first season sire who has his first runners in 2022. If you can get ahead of the curve with a freshman sire you can often be sourcing value for money, synonymous with Doncaster’s watchwords.
This colt looks, every inch, a horse who should hit the ground running early, at somewhere like Windsor in April, before taking in further races in May and June; the perfect Hannon 2yo and one who looks tailor made for the £250,000 Weatherbys Super Sprint at Newbury in July, a race that Richard Hannon seems to win more often than not, recently.
Our colt is from a very fast, Coolmore family, which is littered with Group 1 performers. He’s an effortless mover and appears to have a bombproof temperament. He’s not expensive and already looks like a racehorse, rather than a yearling who may make up into one, one day. He’s very exciting, all things considered.
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Training update (July 5th): Richard backed off him in June and this has paid dividends as he is now ready to run. As you can see in the video below, he looks very professional. He sees a lot of grass at home as well as the AW, which is great for his education and his stalls work is good. He’s got speed on both sides of his pedigree; his father was a Group 1 winning 2yo of course. His race entries/declarations, will show on this page.