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Michael Ross
Michael Ross

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Michael Ross started with the British Bloodstock Agency in London, as manager of their pedigree department for 8 years. He was then the first assistant editor of Stud & Stable, continuing in that role when the magazine merged with Pacemaker. During that period he was also editor of the Directory of the Turf for 20 years. In 1985 he and Richard Craddock set up Hyperion Promotions, supplying computerized breeding statistics to the bloodstock industry. He took early retirement in 1997, when he and his wife Valerie moved to Norfolk, and since then he has been a regular contributor to The Irish Field, supplying sales previews and stallion reviews. Michael was the European correspondent for The Blood-Horse in the 1980s and has written many times for The Sporting Life, Racing Post and The Financial Times. He has written the editorial pages for the last 48 editions of the Bloodstock Sales Review.

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Michael Ross examines the sire credentials of the Aga Khan's Dariyan whose first crop are yearlings
By Michael Ross on 15 February 2019
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The dual Derby winner Harzand is represented by his first yearlings in 2019. Michael Ross looks at his career on the track
By Michael Ross on 15 February 2019
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Tattersalls Ireland's February Auction previewed by Michael Ross
By Michael Ross on 15 February 2019
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Michael Ross reviews the consistent sprinter Markaz whose first crop yearlings will be on the market this year
By Michael Ross on 15 February 2019
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Michael Ross reviews the classic winner Awtaad whose first foals lit up the sales ring in 2018
By Michael Ross on 15 February 2019
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Michael Ross looks at the race record and pedigree of Prince Of Lir, a precocious juvenile whose first crop are yearlings
By Michael Ross on 08 February 2019
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Michael Ross reviews the new arrival at Banstead Manor Stud for 2019, Expert Eye
By Michael Ross on 08 February 2019
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Michael Ross reviews Lope De Vega, the hugely successful son of Shamardal
By Michael Ross on 08 February 2019
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The champion Cloth Of Stars is embarking on his first season at stud in France, writes Michael Ross
By Michael Ross on 08 February 2019
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Michael Ross looks at the continuing success at stud of Fast Company
By Michael Ross on 01 February 2019
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