Frankel

New King Earns Near-Record Price At Tattersalls July Sale

The Tattersalls July Sale concluded with New King and Inverleigh selling for 450,000 guineas (US$594,235) and 350,000 guineas ($462,174) respectively, resulting in increases across the board and four of the top ten prices in the history of the sale. The 3-year-old Frankel colt New King became the second highest-priced sale ever at the Tattersalls July […]

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Frankel Gets First British Classic Winner With Anapurna In Investec Oaks

Frankie Dettori added a fifth Group One Investec Oaks win to his Classic collection when taking the 2019 race aboard the John Gosden-trained Anapurna. He has now won 18 British Classics. Dettori previously scored in 1994 on Balanchine, 1995 on Moonshell, 2002 on Kazzia and in 2017 on Enable. He is the most successful jockey […]

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McGaughey Hopeful For More ‘Good Memories’ Under Churchill’s Twin Spires

William S. Farish’s homebred Code of Honor made a stylish debut at Saratoga Race Course in August and has emerged as one of several New York-connected contenders for Saturday’s Grade 1, $3 million Kentucky Derby. The son of first-crop stallion Noble Mission – a full brother to the great Frankel – continues to train exceptionally […]

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Juddmonte Farms Reveals Breeding Plans For European Broodmares

Juddmonte announced the mating plans for some of its most high-profile European broodmares for 2019. Juddmonte will be supporting its newest addition to the stallion roster, Breeders’ Cup winner Expert Eye, with 12 mares, eight of which are black type performers or producers. They include the Group 3 winner Mirabilis (dam of Monarchs Glen) and listed winners Entree, […]

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Bobby Flay To Disperse European Bloodstock At Tattersalls December Sale

Iconic American chef and restaurateur Bobby Flay has built an international reputation on quality ingredients, and it is clear that his European bloodstock portfolio, which Tattersalls December is extremely proud to offer for dispersal, has been painstakingly created with the same attention to detail. Mr. Flay’s dispersal, which is consigned by Baroda and Colbinstown Studs, […]

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Twice As Nice: Enable Tops Nominees For Cartier Horse Of The Year Award

The nominations for the 28th annual Cartier Racing Awards were unveiled on Sunday, Nov. Horses trained by John Gosden in Newmarket have gained the Cartier Horse of the Year Award three times in the last four years – Kingman (2014), Golden Horn (2015) and Enable (2017). Britain’s champion Flat trainer holds a very strong hand […]

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Breeders’ Cup Mile Winner Expert Eye Retired To Banstead Manor Stud In England

Expert Eye, winner of this year’s Breeders’ Cup Mile at Churchill Downs, has been retired from racing, and he will join the stallion roster at Juddmonte Farms’ Banstead Manor Stud in Newmarket, England for the 2019 breeding season. The 3-year-old son of Acclamation will begin his stallion career for an advertised fee of 20,000 British […]

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Catalogue For Tattersalls December Yearling Sale Now Online

The catalogue for the 2018 Tattersalls December Yearling Sale is now online and can be viewed at www.tattersalls.com. Numbering 200 lots, the December Yearling Sale will take place Monday Nov. 26. A colt by Frankel, out of outstanding Japanese Champion racemare Vodka, looks to be amongst the highlights of a quality catalogue which includes own or […]

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Cracksman Brilliant In QIPCO Champion Stakes Repeat

Cracksman returned to his brilliant best with a stunning defeat of Crystal Ocean in the £1,300,000 QIPCO Champion Stakes, his six-length winning margin over the King George runner-up just a length short of the distance by which he beat Poet’s Word 12 months earlier. He was the first horse since his sire Frankel to win […]

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Top-Priced Frankel Colt Starts Zayat Stables’ ‘Global Expansion’

Zayat Stables gained its first Irish winner Wednesday with the much-anticipated start of Old Glory, who won his first race in a hand ride under Donnacha O’Brien at Naas. Old Glory, who is by top runner and sire Frankel, was the most expensive yearling sold in Ireland last year at over $1.88 million. According to […]

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