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Kenny Alexander, the owner of Honeysuckle (GB) (Sulamani {Ire}), has donated a specific set of racing colours which will be offered as part of the Goffs Punchestown Sale next week, the sales company announced on Friday.

Signed by Rachael Blackmore, Henry De Bromhead and Alexander, the silks were worn by Blackmore in all of Honeysuckle’s major races, including her four Cheltenham Festival victories and nine Irish Grade 1 wins. The silks are offered to support the ChildVision indoor equine therapeutic centre named in memory of Jack De Bromhead, which will be built this year.

The catalogue for the Punchestown Sale, which takes place immediately after racing on May 2, will be limited to 24 lots and released on Monday. For more information, please visit the Goffs website.

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