• Purchaser: Vendor
  • Price: £80,000
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The Paul Cashman-trained Castle Robin was desperately unlucky to slip up when holding the advantage on the run to the final fence in the four-year-old maiden at Rathcannon, unseating his rider in the process. The son Robin Des Champs led the field at a good gallop for much of the contest, jumping well throughout. The chestnut was staying on readily from the penultimate obstacle when he lost his footing on the woodchip road crossing, stumbling badly and unseating his rider. The eventual winner received a rating of 90+ and was second in his only previous start. None the worse for the mishap and clearly a very talented type, this twice raced gelding can surely progress to a high level inside the rails.

  • Consignor: Glenview Stables (Paul Cashman)
Other Sales for this Lot
Cheltenham November Sale 2019 lot 42, Glenview Stables, Ireland (P. Cashman)=>Lot Not Sold £48,000
November National Hunt Sale 2015 lot 663, Ballincurrig House Stud=>Lot Not Sold €19,000
Sales for Half Brothers/Sisters
Derby Sale 2017 lot 365 G. by Jeremy (USA) 2014, Ballincurrig House Stud=>Monbeg Stables €38,000
February National Hunt Sale 2017 lot 258 C. by Fame And Glory (GB) 2016, Ballincurrig House Stud=>John Hosford €19,000
November National Hunt Sale 2014 lot 637 C. by Jeremy (USA) 2014, Ballincurrig House Stud (Agent)=>Vendor €15,000
Derby Sale 2012 lot 415 G. by Flemensfirth (USA) 2009, Ballincurrig House Stud (Agent)=>Calluna House Stables €46,000