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NEWS: Invincible Army to stand at Yeomanstown
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NEWS: Invincible Army to stand at Yeomanstown
on 08 November 2019
The son of Invincible Spirit has been among the top sprinters for three seasons

INVINCIBLE Army will stand at Yeomanstown Stud in Naas, Co Kildare, next year.

Following a deal agreed with owner Saeed Manana, the son of Invincible Spirit will join Dark Angel, El Kabeilr, Camacho and Gutaifan at the O’Callaghan family’s farm.

A high-class performer throughout his career, Invincible Army retires off the back his best season with an impressive win in the Group 2 Duke of York Stakes at York, as well as recording victories in the Group 3 Chipchase Stakes and the Listed Cammidge Trophy Stakes.

He also placed in both the Group 1 Flying Five at the Curragh and Group 1 Prix de l’Abbaye at ParisLongchamp.

As a two-year-old Invincible Army won the Group 3 Sirenia Stakes and was placed at Group 2 level. At three years, he won the Group 3 Pavilion Stakes before he finished a nose behind Sands Of Mali in the Group 2 Sandy Lane Stakes.

He is a son of Invincible Spirit and his dam, Rajeem, won the Group 1 Falmouth Stakes over a mile. He is bred on the same Invincible Spirit/Diktat cross as leading first season sire Cable Bay.

Gay O’Callaghan of Yeomanstown Stud said: “We are delighted to have the oppurtunity to stand Invincible Army. He is an exceptional looking colt, who has shown his tough, honest and consistent attitude throughout his career. He is a welcome addition to our roster and I think breeders will be keen to support him.”

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