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Summer Wind, Coolmore React to ‘No Decision’ Verdict in Love Me Only Lawsuit

The following statements are from Summer Wind Farm and Coolmore, two of the parties in a lawsuit that ended Tuesday with a “no decision” from the jury, as detailed by a previous article in the Paulick Report. Summer Wind was the plaintiff in the case and Coolmore one of the defendants. Summer Wind statement: Fraud Claims Remain Against Eaton […]

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Love Me Only Trial Ends With Jury Unable to Reach Decision

After more than eight hours of deliberation on Tuesday, jurors hearing the lawsuit filed by Summer Wind Farm owners Frank and Jane Lyon against Coolmore Stud partners, Ashford Stud and Eaton Sales over the disputed $2.1 million sale of Love Me Only at the 2011 Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale told Fayette County Circuit Court […]

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UDPATED: Love Me Only Trial Enters Final Day

The lawsuit by Frank and Jane Lyon’s Summer Wind Farm against Coolmore Stud partners, Ashford Stud and Eaton Sales over the disputed sale of $2.1 million mare Love Me Only at the 2011 Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale will go to a jury on Tuesday after more than five days of testimony and nearly 25 witnesses. The […]

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McDonald: Love Me Only Was ‘Ouchy,’ Not Lame

Eaton Sales owner Reiley McDonald held his ground on the witness stand Wednesday against persistent questioning on medication and breeding records in a lawsuit filed by Frank and Jane Lyon’s Summer Wind Farm over the disputed $2.1-million sale of the 3-year-old filly Love Me Only at the 2011 Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale. McDonald, along with […]

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Arbitration Confirmed, Judge Rules Jamgotchian Owes $538,154

Several entities affiliated with Ireland’s Coolmore Stud won a judgment in federal court against California horse owner Jerry Jamgotchian for $538,154 in unpaid stud fees and interest dating back to the 2007 breeding season. The order, signed Wednesday by Judge John A. Kronstadt of U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, is to […]

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Former Three Chimneys Broodmare Manager to Open New Scarteen Stud

Richie Donworth, formerly of Three Chimneys Farm, announced his new venture, Scarteen Stud, today. Donworth leased the former Jaden Division of Hill ‘N’ Dale Farm. Scarteen Stud is a full service farm for mares, foals, and yearlings, conveniently located on Ironworks Pike near Hagyard Equine Medical Institute and Rood & Riddle veterinary clinics. Previously Donworth was the Broodmare […]

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Irish Eyes are Smiling: Coolmore Reports Birth of Frankel’s First Foal

The first foal by undefeated champion Frankel has arrived, according to the Racing Post. Ireland’s Coolmore Stud reports that a colt out of the stakes winning mare, Chrysanthemum, was born at the farm at 8:30 p.m. on Saturday. Chrysanthemum was the first mare confirmed in foal to Frankel last season. Coolmore reports that the foal […]

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Group 1 Winner Most Improved Retired to Coolmore Stud

Last season’s Group 1 St James’s Palace Stakes winner Most Improved whose 2-year-old half-brother Ectot was an impressive winner of today’s Group 1 Criterium International at Saint-Cloud will retire to Coolmore’s Castlehyde Stud for the upcoming breeding season. The Brian Meehan-trained son of Lawman won his maiden at Newmarket by five lengths before going straight […]

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St Nicholas Abbey Suffers Setback

Coolmore Stud issued the following statement on their website Oct. 23: St Nicholas Abbey has suffered a setback over the last 24 hours having developed mild laminitic changes in the left fore. This is disappointing as he is now weight bearing and walking well on the operated (fractured) leg which has healed amazingly well to […]

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