Haughey's daughter aims to ride high

Goffs, a bloodstock-sales business, will launch Europe's richest two-year-old horse race this week.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor @susmitchellsbp
18th June, 2005

Goffs, a bloodstock-sales business, will launch Europe's richest two-year-old horse race this week. The race, which will take place at the Curragh in September 2006, will coincide with the Ryder Cup, which is taking place at the nearby K Club.

Eimear Mulhern, chairwoman of Goffs and daughter of former taoiseach Charles Haughey, said the new initiative was a landmark for the European bloodstock industry and unparalleled by any other bloodstock sales company in the world.

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