News Hemmings & Gigginstown Dispersals Headline Outstanding Doncaster September HIT Sale Catalogue

Hemmings & Gigginstown Dispersals Headline Outstanding Doncaster September HIT Sale Catalogue


Featuring two headline dispersals from Trevor Hemmings’ Gleadhill House Stud and Gigginstown House Stud, along with large drafts from the likes of Godolphin and Gordon Elliott, the Goffs UK September HIT Sale shapes as one not to be missed.

To be held on Tuesday 15 September from 10am, the Doncaster September HIT Sale will offer 300 entries consisting of 268 horses-in-training and 32 NH stores – the latter in their own session. The Trevor Hemmings and Gigginstown dispersals will offer 56 and 22 horses respectively and provide a unique opportunity to secure a part of these highly successful and long-lasting NH legacies. Their iconic colours have won the sport’s most famous NH races including six Grand Nationals: Hedgehunter (2005), Ballabriggs (2011) and Many Clouds (2015) for Trevor Hemmings and Rule The World (2016) and Tiger Roll (2018 & 2019) for Gigginstown.

The dispersals will offer all lots without reserve and feature some outstanding racehorses including DORTMUND PARK (Lot 99)DUCA DE THAIX (Lot 98)MENGLI KHAN (Lot 97)MORTAL (Lot 102), MOUNT MEWS (Lot 115), PETIT MOUCHOIR (Lot 169 - pictured)STONEY MOUNTAIN (Lot 183), SUB LIEUTENANT(Lot 168), winning chasers such as Burbank (Lot 187), Burtons Well (Lot 130), Hill Sixteen (Lot 124), In Your Shadow (Lot 167), Judgement Day (Lot 172), Mind's Eye (Lot 170), Mystical Clouds (Lot 113), Touch Kick (Lot 190), Young Turk (Lot 94) etc. alongside numerous promising young hurdlers.

The sale’s NH store session will feature 10 horses from the Gleadhill House Stud Dispersal as well as some horses that were catalogued in the Goffs Land Rover Sale. Sires with stores on offer include Blue Bresil, Camelot, Cloudings, Black Sam Bellamy, Fame And Glory, Kayf Tara, Milan, Oscar, Saddler Maker, Scorpion, Telescope, Westerner etc.

The sale will also offer a handful of young form horses that will be presale vetted; the debut P2P winner Ballela (Lot 143), Bumper winner Osprey Call (Lot 150) and Champagne Rhythm (Lot 144), a 5YO son of Oscar who placed second on his Bumper debut.

Goffs UK Managing Director Tim Kent commented:

“We have been privileged to offer some outstanding dispersals in the past, with Gigginstown being an annual highlight, and the Gleadhill House Stud Dispersal is another big drawcard. We are very grateful to Mr Hemmings for choosing Goffs UK to offer his horses and we look forward to this exciting sale.

“We also have strong drafts from major owners and trainers such as Gordon Elliott and Godolphin, the latter whose regular Doncaster drafts unearthed further Stakes winners this season in Glen Shiel and Make A Challenge. The store session is a new addition to the sale this year and it has attracted some very nice types so we have plenty to look forward to and we are confident the catalogue will hold appeal with a wide range of buyers.”