Our top lot was Alan Spence's Boogie Shoes who was sold to Australia for 110,000gns. The son of Bertolii was a 20,000gns yearling purchase and he has won three times for the yard.

Despite not winning at four this season, Boogie Shoes finished second twice at Newmarket and was also a close third in the Shergar Cup Mile at Ascot.

Signor Sassi, a dual-winner this season, was sold to Richard Knight Bloodstock for 85,000gns. The son of Acclamation was fourth at Ascot on his latest start and should serve his new connections well.

Kuda Huraa will continue his career over jumps after selling to James Stafford of Thurloe Thoroughbreds for 38,000gns. The Montjeu gelding has won twice for us this season and looks an ideal type for hurdling.

Another who will be going jumping is Mossbrae who was purchased by Aidan O'Ryan for 12.500gns while Emkanaat will be heading next door as he was brought by our neighbour Amy Weaver for 22,000gns.

Soaring Spirits changed ownership for 30,000gns but he will return to Kremlin.

We wish all their new connections good luck.