Interest will be high among equine enthusiasts as a 119-acre residential stud farm in Kilglass goes under the hammer on Friday, July 6th. The famous stallion Penny Stone stood at Kilglass Stud for many years and the stud is renowned among horse owners throughout the west and beyond. The sale is being conducted by Kieran Leavy & Associates and Cox & McHugh in Strokestown on behalf of the representatives of the late Paddy Cline. Kilglass Stud at Kilglass, Strokestown, is a landmark in the north Roscommon area, having a fine reputation for the production of quality equine bloodlines. The auction will take place at 3 pm in the Percy French Hotel in Strokestown on July 6th. A number of lots are being offered. Lot one is the residence, stables and outbuildngs on 70 acres. The second lot is 20 acres and the third lot is 29 acres and outbuildings. The fourth lot is the entire property parcel. One of the finest holdings to come on the market in years, the lands are top quality north Roscommon farmland, renowned for fattening animals. Well fenced and with an ample water supply, the lands are currently in meadow. For maps, viewings and particulars on this fine property, contact joint selling agents Kieran Leavy and Associates or Cox & McHugh Auctioneers and Valuers. Kieran Leavy and Associates can be contacted on (071) 96 34737, while Cox & McHugh can be contacted at (071) 96 3300. Solicitors for the carriage of sale are PA Connellan & Company, Solicitors.