A Champagne toast for the Goffs Orby Sale

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To mark the start of the prestigious annual Goffs Orby Sale, which last year sold over €34 million euros worth of the best Irish bloodstock, Goffs invited top clients and high-profile guests to a stunning champagne reception at the glamorous K-Club in Co. Kildare.

Henry Beeby and Eimear Mulhern

Henry Beeby and Eimear Mulhern

Playing host to some of the world’s finest bloodstock vendors, trainers and patrons, the evening comprised of a champagne and canapé reception followed by an exquisite meal in the award winning K-Club restaurant.


Guests were welcomed with champagne and canapes

The evening concluded with drinks held in the K-Club’s cocktail bar aptly named The Vintage Crop, called after Dr.Michael Smurfit’s Irish gelding “Vintage Crop” the first Irish horse to surpass one million pounds in winnings.

Our Irish Correspondent Becky Gray

Our reporter Becky Gray

Among those in attendance enjoying the beautiful setting were Tom Dascombe, Kirsten Rausing and Grainne Prendergast.


Grainne Prendergast

They were joined by Goffs group chief executive Henry Beeby, as well as directors Elaine Lawless and Nick Nugent.


The champagne reception attracted a host of stylish guests including high society and racing royalty

Find out more about the Goffs Orby Sale by visisting You can also view the K Club facilities online