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NEWS: The Irish National Stud off a unique opportunity
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NEWS: The Irish National Stud off a unique opportunity
on 18 January 2019
The Irish National Stud are offering breeders a reward when they use Free Eagle in 2019

2019 will see the first runners on the track for Royal Ascot Group 1 winner Free Eagle and the Irish National Stud are offering breeders an unique deal for 2019.

If breeders purchase a nomination to Free Eagle in 2019, you will receive a free return to the horse for 2020*.

The market showed confidence in Free Eagle’s first yearlings, realising €400,000, 250,000gns, €200,000, 150,000gns when purchased by some of racing’s best judges such as Shadwell Estates, BBA Ireland, Peter & Ross Doyle, SackvilleDonald and Charlie Gordon-Watson.

They have been placed in the care of top trainers including Richard Hannon, Ger Lyons, Dermot Weld, Andrew Balding, Charlie Hills, Martyn Meade, Joseph O’Brien, William Haggas and many more.

Cathal Beale, CEO, commented: “when the Irish National Stud purchased Free Eagle to stand at stud we had great belief that he would become a successful stallion.

We have huge confidence in Free Eagle and we want to reward the breeders that share our belief and use the horse in 2019 with a free cover back to him for 2020.

It is more important than ever to look after our breeders and with the competitive price points across our roster and this new “Free Eagle, Free Return” scheme we will be doing just that.”

(*Terms and Conditions Apply)

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