THE Group 2-winning juvenile and dual Group 1-winning three-year-old Mogul has been retired from racing and is set to stand at The Beeches in Co Waterford for the coming season.

His fee will be €4,000.

Winner of the Group 2 Champion Juvenile Stakes at Leopardstown at two years, Mogul trained on well to score twice at the highest level as a three-year-old.

In the Grand Prix de Paris he defeated German Derby winner and ‘Arc’ runner-up In Swoop and Derby winner Serpentine, while in the Hong Kong Vase he had three lengths to spare over Hong Kong Horse Of The Year, Exultant.

Mogul is a full-brother to another top-class performer in Japan who won the Group 2 Beresford Stakes as a juvenile before going on to win the Grand Prix de Paris and Juddmonte International.

“As you’d expect of a horse who cost 3.4 million guineas as a yearling, Mogul is a very impressive looking individual with a great walk and an outstanding pedigree,” said Robert McCarthy.

“His dam has produced five blacktype horses and there are six Group 1 winners under his first two dams. And of course, like Frankel, he’s bred on that great Galileo/Danehill cross. We are very excited to have himself, In Swoop and Santiago all joining the Coolmore National Hunt roster for 2022.”

Both In Swoop and Santiago will stand at a fee of €4,500.


Sire 2022 fee (2021 fee)

Capri €4,000 (€4000)

Crystal Ocean €8,000 (€8,000)

Getaway €9,000 (€9,000)

Idaho €3,500 (€3,500)

In Swoop €4,500 (NEW)

Kew Gardens €5,000 (€5,000)

Kingston Hill €2,000 (€4,000)

Mahler €5,000 (€5,000)

Maxios €7,000 (€7,000)

Milan €8,000 (€8,000)

Mogul €4,000 (NEW)

Ocovango €2,500 (€5,000)

Order Of St George €6,500 (€6,500)

Santiago €4,500 (NEW)

Soldier Of Fortune €8,000 (€8,000)

Vadamos €6,000 (€6,000)

Walk In The Park Private (Private)

Westerner €5,000 (€5,000)

Wings Of Eagles €4,000 (€5,000)

Yeats €5,000 (€5,000)