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Inaugural Goshen Sale Looks Like a Winner

September 13, 2015

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Give sellers a good deal, give buyers a catalogue with plenty of horses with solid looks and pedigrees and bring everyone together in a venue that is on the beaten path. That’s the idea behind today’s inaugural Goshen Sale, where some 121 yearlings will go on sale.

The Goshen Yearling sale might be new but it is being backed by some of the biggest names in the industry as Blue Chip Farms, Cameo Hills Farm, Concord Stud and Winbak Farm are among the consignors. Their mind-set was that the Mid-Atlantic states, and particularly New York, needed a sale that was easy to get to for area horsemen and one where they could auction off some of their horses that may have gotten lost in the crowd at the sport’s two premier sales, Lexington and Harrisburg.

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