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Goshen, NY --- The complete roster and pedigree pages for the third annual Goshen Yearling Sale on Sunday (Sept. 10) at the Mark Ford Training Center in Middletown, N.Y., are now available on the web.


The website houses a PDF link of the printed sale catalog, complete with all the pedigrees for the 115 yearlings being offered. In addition, a complete sortable roster is also available with individual links to TrackIT pedigrees which offer real time updates to current performers.


The Goshen Yearling Sale has already produced a number of successful and up-and-coming graduates, including multiple stakes winner Roaring To Go p,2,1:50.4 ($341,365), as well as 2017 early season’s leaders All On Top Hanover p,2,1:52.3—’17 and Venier Hanover p,2,1:53.3f—‘17, and quite a few others that are just getting started at time of cataloging.


The sale features strong consignments from Hanover Shoe Farms, Winbak Farm, Blue Chip Farms, Concord Stud and Cameo Hills Farm. Colts and fillies eligible to the most attractive regional programs are included in the 56 trotters and 59 pacers cataloged.


The first yearlings by the brilliant world champions Captaintreacherous p,3,1:47.1 and Sweet Lou p,1:47f will also be offered.


Hip No. 35 Captain Miraculous, a colt by Captaintreacherous and a brother to the $500,000 stakes winner Rockin Finish p,4,1:50f, will be sold by Cameo Hills Farm and Hip No. 4 Jack N Jules, a Sweet Lou colt and the first foal from a sister to the world champion Bigtown Hero p,1:47.3f, will be in the Concord Stud Farm consignment.


Goshen Yearling Sale president Bob Boni noted, “We looked very carefully at this year’s racing schedule and worked closely with industry stakeholders to avoid date conflicts with other sales and major stakes races. Ultimately, I believe we succeeded as the sale is slated for the first Sunday after Labor Day when the Northeast region is relatively quiet.”


The sale facility is centrally located within a 90-minute drive of all the prime harness racing sites in the tri-state area.


Printed catalogs are being mailed on Aug. 1, and will be available at the Hambletonian Festival at The Meadowlands racetrack, as well as at other area racetracks and training centers in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.


To request a sale catalog, please call 201.863.2082 or fill out an online request on our website: