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Arqana December Catalogue Released

The catalogue for the four-day Arqana December Breeding Stock Sale, slated for Dec. 9-12, is now available. From a total of 953 lots catalogued, 455 mares, 174 filles, 319 weanlings and four stallions will go under the hammer. The dam … Continue reading

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Cracksman Rated Best In Europe

The British Horseracing Authority has rated Cracksman (GB) (Frankel {GB}) as Europe’s best racehorse off his seven-length victory in Saturday’s G1 Qipco Champion S. The 3-year-old was given a mark of 130, two pounds more than the rating earned by … Continue reading

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Brametot Connections Ponder Champion

A tilt at the G1 QIPCO Champion S. at Ascot is under serious consideration for Brametot (Ire) (Rajsaman {Fr})following his fine effort to finish fifth in last Sunday’s G1 Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe. Jean-Claude Rouget’s colt claimed both the … Continue reading

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Galileo Filly A Millionaire

Tuesday, October 3, 2017 at 12:06 pm Back to: Europe, Top News Updated: October 3, 2017 at 12:07 pm

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Moyglare Spends 1.7 Million on Kingman Filly

Tuesday, October 3, 2017 at 1:38 pm Back to: Europe, Top News Updated: October 3, 2017 at 1:39 pm

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Almanzor to Etreham

The Cartier champion 3-year-old colt and top-rated European horse of 2016 Almanzor (Fr) (Wootton Bassett {GB}–Darkova, by Maria’s Mon), will return to his breeders and stand at Haras d’Etreham in France in 2018, it was announced Thursday by the farm’s … Continue reading

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The Meeting of Two Foxes

By Alayna Cullen The fox is a symbol associated with Tattersalls both in England and Ireland, but for many people this symbol also bears an association with Tally-Ho Stud, one of Ireland’s premier stud farms. Owned and managed by Tony … Continue reading

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Op/Ed: Second-Crop Sire Analysis

By Kevin Blake Anyone that has been involved in the world of bloodstock knows just how incredibly fickle and unforgiving a game it can be. Sires comes in and out of fashion at a quite frightening pace and there is … Continue reading

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Fact Of The Week: Risks and Rewards

By John Boyce If the quantity of money spent at the yearling sales is the key motivator for continued investment by European commercial breeders, then they’d have to be very positive with the way the market has progressed over the … Continue reading

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The Weekly Wrap

By Emma Berry So many men, so little time, as the bawdy Mae West once said. Had she been a racing journalist instead of an actress, West would have had little time for such frivolous diversions, especially this past weekend. … Continue reading

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