Michael Ross reports that the first foals sired by Kodi Bear were well received last autumn
The top-priced No Nay Never colt beat the best on last year's corresponding day, but the aggregate, mean, median, and clearance rate were all down on 2017
Joining Ajaya for the 2017 season at Rathbarry Stud is another newcomer in Kodi Bear, one of the best sons of Kodiac
Leo Powell looks at the 20 stallions who will feature on this year's ITM Stallion Trail and are standing their first Northern hemisphere season in 2017
Among the studs to reveal their 2017 fees this week were the Irish National Stud, Rathbarry Stud, Rathasker Stud and Tally-Ho Stud
Co Cork stallion farm adds two new Group 2 winners to the roster for next season
Kodi Bear has never won a Group 1 race but he ran a cracker in last year’s Dewhurst Stakes to finish second to Belardo
A classic-placed daughter of Danehill Dancer, the triple Group 1 star Esoterique is related to Kodi Bear and also to a mile star whom Timeform rated 132
The Clive Cox-trained three-year-old looks set for Group 1 company after two easy wins
Leo Powell tells of the amazing coincidences in the lives of two Kodiac colts
Balmont Mast's win at Dundalk impressed Timeform's Simon Rowlands, as did the performances of Kodi Bear and Journey
By Irish Field Contributor on 21 August 2015
The Invincible Spirit gelding may generally be an under-rated horse. Cable Bay has a chance, a better chance than odds of 6/1 suggest
Sailsbury's big race went to the progressive Clive Cox-trained three-year-old who has the QEII as his aim
After getting loose and being withdrawn when well fancied for the Wokingham Stakes - Roger Charlton's gelding made amends at Windsor
Kodi Bear (27-pace adjusted 38) showed seriously good pace to win a good listed race over seven furlongs at Ascot last Saturday.
Kodiac (by Danehill) has been around for a while, but with the way his juveniles and three-year-olds have been running this year, his career now appears to be taking off in style
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