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Triple Crown Winner Justify Attracts Star-Studded First Book Of Mares

When a Triple Crown winner retires to stud, the expectation is that his debut book of mares will be one of the strongest of the season. The first class of mares bred to 2018 Horse of the Year and Triple Crown winner Justify has lived up to that expectation, per an advertisement released by Coolmore […]

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Triple Crown Winner Justify Will Shuttle To Coolmore Australia

The 2019 Southern Hemisphere breeding season will see the arrival in the Hunter Valley of the only undefeated U.S. Triple Crown winner. Justify won each of his six career starts including four at Grade 1 level when becoming just the 13th Triple Crown winner in history. “Justify was a phenomenal racehorse who re-wrote the history […]

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‘In Great Form’: American Pharoah Showing Off Down Under

Coolmore’s John Magnier posted a video of Triple Crown Champion American Pharoah on Saturday, depicting the stallion’s antics when being turned out in his paddock at Coolmore Australia. The 6-year-old son of Pioneerof the Nile has been in Australia for the Southern Hemisphere’s breeding season, and is approaching his time to return to the United […]

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Un Cruce Estelar: La Madre De Beholder Está Preñada Por American Pharoah

Una noticia que sin duda genera expectativas: Leslie’s Lady (Tricky Creek), Yegua Madre del Año 2016 y madre entre otros de Beholder, cuádruple ganadora del Eclipse Award, se encuentra preñada por el campeón y Triplecoronado American Pharoah. A través de las redes sociales Ashford Stud (Coolmore America) informó que Clarkland Farm, propietarios de Leslie’s Lady, confirmó […]

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American Pharoah To Shuttle To Coolmore Australia In 2017

The 2017 Southern Hemisphere breeding season will see the arrival in the Hunter Valley of the first Triple Crown winner in the US for 37 years. American Pharoah, a champion at both two and three years won 8 G1 races by a combined margin of 38 lengths and retired with a Timeform rating of 138, […]

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Magic Millions Wraps Book 1 Of Gold Coast Yearling Sale With 1.2 Million Fastnet Rock Filly

Magic Millions concluded Book 1 of its Gold Coast Yearling Sale on Saturday evening well ahead of its 2016 edition. A total of 649 horses sold for a total of 134,292,500 ($100,725,418), up 16 percent over last year’s gross sales of 115,806,000 AUD ($86,859,711). This year’s average price of 206,922 AUD ($155,209) was up 5.8 percent over last […]

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Australian Champion Vancouver To Shuttle To Ashford Stud

Unbeaten Champion juvenile Vancouver will reverse shuttle from Coolmore Australia to Coolmore America’s Ashford Stud for the 2017 breeding season. The best juvenile by world-class sire Medaglia d’Oro out of a very fast daughter of Danehill, Vancouver won a stakes race first time out early in the season before adding three straight Group wins. In […]

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Australian Champion Vancouver Retired To Stud

Brilliant Golden Slipper winner Vancouver will not get the opportunity to take on Europe’s best sprinters at Royal Ascot. “Vancouver’s unsatisfactory blood picture precluded us from running him in the (G3) Greenlands Stakes at the Curragh last Saturday week,” said Aidan O’Brien. “His bloods failed to improve as quickly as we might have hoped so […]

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Group 1 Winner Pride Of Dubai Retired, Will Stand At Coolmore Australia

Owned by Peter and Paul Snowden, Coolmore, and the China Horse Club, Pride of Dubai has been retired due to a recurrence of bruising to his hind fetlock, according to horseracing.com.au. The 4-year-old son of Street Cry is a multiple Group 1 winner in Australia, and will stand stud at Coolmore’s Hunter Valley Stud. Out […]

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Pierro Colt Tops Third Day Of Magic Millions Sale

Strong trade continued on Friday during the third day of the Magic Millions Yearling Sale, with three yearlings hitting the seven-figure mark. The Racing Post reports that two of the yearlings were by multiple Group 1-winning sire Pierro, including Lot 612, which sold for $1,500,000 (Aust) to Tom Magnier. The colt, out of the Danehill mare Skates, […]

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