War Command head shot

War in Command at Goffs Orby

War Command can do little wrong on the racecourse and his yearlings were in demand as the Goffs Orby Sale kicked off on Tuesday.

Stroud Coleman Bloodstock went to €98,000 for a half-brother to the Wesley Ward-trained Elizabeth Darcy offered from Manister House Stud.

Meanwhile Richard hughes looks set to take charge of a €95,000 War Command half-brother to multiple black-type winner Battalion sold by Kildaragh Stud as agent.

War Command’s exploits have attracted attention globally and Godolphin Japan will race a €70,000 colt out of the Compton Place mare Rush sold from Castlehyde Stud.