Coolmore Stud

Coolmore repeats as outstanding owner of Breeders’ Cup Challenge Series

Benefitting from seven first place finishes in Ireland, Canada and the United States, Coolmore Stud, represented by Mrs. John Magnier, Michael Tabor and Derrick Smith, has won the Montblanc Rieussec Star Award as outstanding owners of the 2011 Breeders’ Cup Challenge series. The Montblanc Rieussec Star Award, presented by Montblanc, the official timepiece of the […]

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‘Magic’ of Ned Evans keeps Keeneland sale roaring

LEXINGTON, KY (Nov. 9, 2011) – The dispersal of the estate of Edward P. Evans’ Spring Hill Farm continued to create fireworks at Keeneland’s November Breeding Stock Sale, selling the top-priced Quiet Now for $1.85 million and surpassing previous records to become the highest-grossing dispersal in Keeneland sale history.   With Lane’s End serving as […]

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Canford Cliffs retired from racing, to stand at Coolmore

After suffering a leg injury chasing Frankel in the stretch of the Sussex Stakes last week, Canford Cliffs has been retired to stud duty.  Prior to his defeat at Goodwood, the four-year-old had reeled off five straight victories, including a besting of 14-time Group/Grade 1 winner Goldikova. Trainer Richard Hannon tells the Racing Post:  “Canford […]

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Master of Hounds first in a decade to ship from Europe for Belmont

Coolmore’s Master of Hounds has shipped over from Ireland for Saturday’s Belmont Stakes and is in quarantine at Aqueduct. He’ll be released today and vanned to Belmont Park. And this is the first contender to make this sort of journey from Europe in a decade despite this practice being an almost annual occurence in the […]

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Freshman sire Dylan Thomas gets first winner

2007 European Horse of the Year and freshman sire Dylan Thomas got his first winner Friday night when Snowflake Dancer took a five-furlong sprint on the Dundlak synthetic in her career debut. Dylan Thomas stands for $24,701 at Coolmore Stud in Ireland.

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Coolmore pays ultimate compliment to NZ breeding

Coolmore Stud’s $30 million payment for a controlling share in champion New Zealand-bred So You Think estimates the value of the two-time Cox Plate winner at $60 million. This exceeds the high water mark for an Australasian Thoroughbred and was paid to finish his racing career in the European circuit and begin his breeding career […]

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By Ray Paulick While California owner and breeder Jerry Jamgotchian has been busy trying to secure stallion shares in several horses standing at Lane’s End Farm in Kentucky, Coolmore Stud in Ireland claims that Jamgotchian has failed to pay for a number of seasons to stallions the farm said he purchased in 2008. Jamgotchian, who […]

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