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Coolmore Repeats As Winner Of John Deere Award In Breeders’ Cup Challenge Series

Powered by Breeders’ Cup Challenge victories from Hydrangea (IRE), Rhododendron (IRE) and the 2-year-old filly Happily (IRE), Coolmore Stud, one of the world’s most prominent racing and breeding establishments, has won the John Deere Award as the outstanding breeder of the 2017 Breeders’ Cup Challenge Series and the Breeders’ Cup World Championships. This is the […]

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Coolmore Sets Fees For Highland Reel And Churchill

European Champion 2-year-old and dual Guineas winner Churchill will stand at Coolmore at a fee of €35,000. Coming from one of the fastest female lines of recent times, that of Airwave and Jwala, and impressing in his homework from a very early stage, it came as no surprise that Churchill became Galileo’s first 2-year-old colt […]

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Trio Of Group 1 Winners Set To Join Coolmore Ireland Roster For 2018

Group/Grade 1 winners Highland Reel, Caravaggio and Churchill will be a trio of talented new recruits to Coolmore Ireland next year, and the farm has released 2018 covering fees for its stallion roster. Caravaggio, a son of Scat Daddy, will stand for a fee of €35,000; Highland Reel and Churchill, both sons of Galileo, won’t have […]

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Dual Classic Champion Winter Finished For Season; No Decision Yet On 2018

Coolmore’s dual classic winner Winter will not race again this season, it was announced early Thursday. According to Sporting Life, a decision on whether Winter will remain in training next year or be retired will be made at a later date. A daughter of Galileo, Winter had a banner sophomore season, winning both the G1 British and […]

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Galileo Halter Among Items Up For Bid At Blue Grass Farms Charities’ ‘Tastings & Trivia’ Event

Just imagine owning an extraordinary Galileo halter worn by the stallion considered to be the best sire in the world. The Galileo halter being offered at Blue Grass Farms Charities’ fundraiser, Tastings & Trivia, is arriving from Coolmore Ireland for the October 14, 2017 event’s live auction starting at 8:15 pm at Foxbrook Farm (Details […]

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Winter Has Arrived: Talented Filly Takes Nassau Stakes To Notch Her Fourth G1 Victory

Winter handled the step up in trip to win her fourth Group One of the season in the Qatar Nassau Stakes at Goodwood. Since joining Aidan O’Brien from David Wachman, she has won four of her five starts, which includes the English and Irish 1000 Guineas and the Coronation Stakes. Sent off the 10-11 favourite, […]

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Injury Forces Retirement Of Investec Derby Hero Wings Of Eagles

Coolmore’s Wings of Eagles, who pulled off a 40-1 upset in the G1 Investec Derby last month, has been retired after it was discovered that he suffered a career-ending injury after finishing third in Saturday’s G1 Irish Derby. The Racing Post reports that the 3-year-old son of Pour Moi, who was beaten just a neck and a […]

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Winter Wonderland: Dual Classic Winner Freezes Rivals In G1 Coronation Stakes

Dual Classic heroine Winter continued her fantastic season with an assured victory in the Coronation Stakes at Royal Ascot. The daughter of Galileo caused something of an upset when seeing off better-fancied stablemate Rhododendron in the 1000 Guineas at Newmarket, but proved that was no fluke when following up in the Irish equivalent at the […]

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Commentary: Godolphin Has Chance For A ‘Fresh Start’ In Relationship With Coolmore

There have been some changes for Godolphin over the recent weeks, most notably the resignation of John Ferguson, the operation’s chief executive and racing manager. Ferguson’s departure brings to a conclusion several events that have occurred over the past couple of years, and as Chris McGrath writes in the Racing Post, now may be the “perfect opportunity for […]

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‘He Is Like A God Around Horses’: The ‘Enduring Genius’ Of Aidan O’Brien

Trainer Aidan O’Brien is having yet another tremendous flat season, and has won three of the four British classics, and both Irish classics run so far. The words “genius” and “brilliant” are often used to describe the 47-year-old trainer, and when it comes to getting the best out of his horses, his incredible record speaks […]

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