There were a number of smart performances in Curraheen Park on Saturday morning as the sales returned to the Cork circuit.
It was a busy morning with a huge amount of sales and plenty of great business. All bar two were sold on the day.
October puppy Anniegeturgun was the sales topper in Curraheen Park on Saturday morning as the daughter of Droopys Noah and Rosehip Annie clocked 29.11. The bright prospect had run well on her racing debut when showing big early speed before finishing second a good second to Jacktavern Magic, who has franked the form by winning since. €4,300 was the finishing price for Anniegeturgun.
Lincoln County (Pestana-Mags Angel) had strong Shelbourne Park in the book and the February puppy won his trial by a wide margin when clocking a really impressive 28.65. He was later sold of €2,100.
March youngster Blastoff Victor was sold for €2,050. He has previously impressed around the Curraheen Park circuit and the son of Grangeview Ten and Blastoff Apache clocked 29-seconds flat.
Dairyhill Stella (Ballymac Best-Dairyhill Josie) was another catching the eye as June puppy posted 29.11 before reaching €2,300 on the bench.
May puppy Gurtnacrehy Sara made €2,050 after the daugther of Droopys Sydney and Gurtnacrehy Kyra scored in 29.08.
Allen Dancer was sold for €1,950 after the son of Pestana and Mags Angel flew around the Cork circuit in 28.82.
Other notable sales were as follows:
Gurtnacrehy Kyra €2,050
Sporting Leo €1,800
Aghaburren Heidi €1,800
Gurtnacrehy Axel €1,400
Sporting Abba €1,150
Tell On Rory €1,400
Tullig Bale €1,100