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Harry McCalmont's Norelands Stud sold both the 3,100,000gns top lot and a 1,300,000gns son of Siyouni. Godolphin bought three of the four seven-figured lots and seven of the top 10
By Irish Field Contributor on 10 October 2019
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The filly from the family of New Approach was bought by the partnership of Coolmore Stud and Westerberg and was one of 10 lots to fetch a seven-figured sum during the three-day Book 1 sale
By Irish Field Contributor on 10 October 2019
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The top lot, sent up by Ballylinch Stud on behalf of breeders Vimal and Gillian Khosla, is a full-sister to two Group 1 stars, half-sister to a third one, and another sister topped the sale in 2018
By Ryan McElligott on 04 October 2019
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Leo Powell reports on a new record price for a yearling in Doncaster
By Leo Powell on 30 August 2019
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Leo Powell looks at the pedigree of Alligator Alley who has a half-brother for sale at Newmarket
By Leo Powell on 30 August 2019
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A third-crop son of Kingman smashed the record price at the Goffs UK Premier Yearling Sale when sold to M.V. Magnier for £440,000
By Irish Field Contributor on 27 August 2019
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Leo Powell reports that one of Arqana's leading buyers, Amanda Skiffington, showed a preference for the Juddmonte stallion's stock
By Leo Powell on 23 August 2019
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One of the best sons of Kingman, Calyx is set to join the stallion ranks at Coolmore writes Leo Powell
By Leo Powell on 02 August 2019
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Cassie Tully looks at the performances of first- and second-season sires at the mid-way point of the season
By Irish Field Contributor on 26 July 2019
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Kingman added two impressive new stakes winners to his tally last weekend; pattern double for Frankel; first stakes winner for American Pharoah
By Dr Sieglinde McGee on 05 July 2019
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Kingman added two impressive new stakes winners to his tally last weekend; pattern double for Frankel; first stakes winner for American Pharoah
By Dr Sieglinde McGee on 04 July 2019
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When Star Catcher won the Ribblesdale Stakes she was just the latest member of her family to win at Royal Ascot
By Dr Sieglinde McGee on 20 June 2019
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A round up of some racing news and comments from the racing world this week
By Anne Marie Duff on 24 May 2019
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Leo Powell reports on the 2019 renewal of the Arqana Breeze Up Sale, which saw a son of American Pharoah top trade at €1.1 million
By Leo Powell on 17 May 2019
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Leo Powell examines the pedigrees of Godolphin's two French classic winners
By Leo Powell on 17 May 2019
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Kingman's string of recent winners includes the exciting Calyx; Farhh colt Dee Ex Bee looks set for a Cup future; Cape Cross has another classic prospect; freshman sires update
By Dr Sieglinde McGee on 02 May 2019
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Leo Powell wonders if history will repeat itself, and looks at why a Co Kildare farm is watching Persian King's progress closely
By Leo Powell on 19 April 2019
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Godolphin bought the top four lots, headed by an 850,000gns filly from the second crop of exciting young sire Kingman, sold by Tally-Ho Stud
By Irish Field Contributor on 16 April 2019
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Leo Powell reports on a much improved trade on day two of the Tattersalls December Foal Sale
By Leo Powell on 30 November 2018
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The 370,000gns filly comes from a notable Wildenstein family. Foals by Le Havre, Showcasing and Kodiac were among others who caught the eye
By Irish Field Contributor on 29 November 2018
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