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Kilbarry Lodge set for Success
on 08 November 2019
The Group 2 winning grey Success Days will join Joshua Tree as a new recruit at the Co Waterford stud

SUCCESS Days, a Group 2 winning son of Jeremy, is set to join Kilbarry Lodge Stud as a first season sire for the 2020 breeding season.

The seven-year-old was a terrific servant for his connections and raced around the world, completing 30 starts in all.

Primarily a mile-to-10-furlong performer who handled soft ground well, he won the Group 2 Sky Bet York Stakes in the 2017 season and won three times at Group 3 level.

Ken Condon, who trained the grey, said: “Success Days is a horse with a great appetite for his work and his racing. He is possessed of a great constitution and excellent temperament that allowed him to race at a high level for six seasons. I am looking forward to training his progeny in the not too distant future.”

The deal was brokered by Cathy Grassick of Brian Grassick Bloodstock, on behalf of Con O’Keeffe of Kilbarry Lodge Stud, and Rupert Pritchard Gordon Bloodstock, on behalf of the horse’s owner-breeder Robert Ng.

O’Keeffe and Ng will both be supporting the horse with their own mares. O’Keeffe said: “I am delighted to have the opportunity to stand Success Days, the only son of Jeremy at stud. He is a lovely, correct horse, with great bone and a terrific walk.”

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