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Untapable Scheduled To Be Bred To Frankel In 2017

The Breeders’ Cup Distaff heroine of 2014, Untapable has been scheduled to be bred to undefeated European Horse of the Year Frankel for 2017, according to bloodhorse.com. Retired in June of this year, Untapable will likely remain at Newmarket’s National Stud for her first two seasons, reported David Fiske, manager for owner Winchell Thoroughbreds. “I […]

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Lady Aurelia Prepping In Newmarket For Her Next Start

Globetrotting juvenile filly Lady Aurelia, recent winner of the Group 1 Prix Morny at Deauville, is settled in at The National Stud in Newmarket, where she will continue to prepare for the G1 Cheveley Park Stakes Sept. 24. Racing UK reports that the Wesley Ward-trained daughter of Scat Daddy is scheduled to breeze Sunday under jockey Frankie Dettori. […]

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England: National Stud Closed To Public After Filly Tests Positive For Herpes Virus

The National Stud in Newmarket has closed to the public after a horse on the premises tested positive for an equine herpes virus, the Racing Post reports. The National Stud issued the following press release regarding the situation: “We regret to report that a case of neurological herpes virus infection has been identified in a maiden […]

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Group 1 Winner Toronado to Stand at the National Stud

Talented miler and dual Group 1 winner Toronado will stand at the National Stud in Newmarket beginning in 2015, the Racing Post reports. The 4-year-old son of High Chaparral has made 11 career starts, winning six and finishing in the money a total of nine times. Owned by Sheikh Joaan’s Al Shaqab Racing, Toronado has […]

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Multiple Group 1 Winner Al Kazeem Back in Training

Three-time Group 1 winner Al Kazeem, who was one of the top older horses in Europe last year, has returned to trainer Roger Charlton’s yard after an unsuccessful stint at stud. The 6-year-old son of Dubawi was syndicated at the end of last season and retired to stand at the Royal Studs in England. Unfortunately, […]

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Isn’t She Lovely: Meet Frankel’s First Filly

She’s just a few days old, but she’s already famous. This little cutie is the second foal  – and first filly – born this season from the first crop of champion Frankel. Born Jan. 19 at the National Stud in England, she is out of the Sadler’s Wells mare, Song, an unraced full sister to […]

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English Derby Champ Motivator Proves Popular Addition to French Stallion Ranks

Epsom Derby victor Motivator proved to be a very welcome addition to the French stallion ranks in 2013, covering a book of 135 mares. Winner of the Derby in 2005, the son of Montjeu began his stud career at The Queen’s Royal Studs; he was transferred to the Head family’s Haras du Quesnay in Normandy […]

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Dual G1 winner Dick Turpin to National Stud

Dual Gr.1 winning miler DICK TURPIN will embark on his stallion career in early 2012 when he stands at The National Stud, Newmarket. The Richard Hannon trained son of ARAKAN was purchased by The National Stud following his recent Gr.1 victory in the Premio Vittorio Di Capua; a majority share in the horse will be […]

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Irish National Stud among state assets earmarked for disposal

As a result of Ireland’s recent financial struggles, the National Stud is part of a relatively long list of assets that will be dispersed in order to meet conditions of their financial aid. Other assets include ports and utilities, a Greek casino and grain silos in Portugal.

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