Bloodstock
BREEDING INSIGHTS: FOR THE NOTEBOOK: Classic hopes for Nobel
Leo Powell
Leo Powell picks a well-bred, high-priced yearling buy as a horse to watch for in teh future
5 November 2021 Racing features
HEART OF RACING: Jennifer Breslin
Jennifer Breslin is proud to be playing a prominent role with leading stud farm Ballylinch Stud
BREEDING INSIGHTS: Skalleti is Reynier’s and Kendargent’s poster boy
Leo Powell examines the pedigrees of Group 1 winners in France and Australia
SIRE REVIEWS: Standing at Ballylinch Stud: Lope De Vega
Dr Sieglinde McGee reviews one of the best stallions in the world, Lope De Vega
19 February 2021 Stallion reviews
SIRE REVIEWS: Standing at Kildangan Stud: Belardo
Michael Ross assess the fine start at stud made by Darley's champion Belardo
12 February 2021 Stallion reviews
STALLION SHOWCASE: Perfect mix of stallions, people and land
Eoin Fives of Ballylinch Stud gives a brief history of the farm and an overview of the stallion roster
8 January 2021 Bloodstock News
TATTERSALLS DECEMBER FOAL SALE: Lope De Vega is king of the Tattersalls ring
Leo Powell reports on the 2020 Tattersalls December Foal Sale and the success of lots by Lope De Vega
27 November 2020 Bloodstock Sales
Lope De Vega fee jumps to €125,000
Ballylinch Stud has increased the covering fee for three of its five stallions after a successful season
10 November 2020 Latest News
BREEDING INISGHTS: Kilcarn's 70-year journey to Lucky Vega
Leo Powell recalls the first champion bred at Kilcarn Stud, Big Dipper, and the latest star seven decades on
14 August 2020 Pedigree analysis
THE BIG INTERVIEW: John O'Connor
With racing well and truly back, Ballylinch Stud's John O'Connor tells Ronan Groome he is optimistic for the Irish racing industry for the rest of 2020
10 July 2020 Inside Racing
BREEDING INSIGHTS: Newspaperofrecord is back
Leo Powell looks at the family of recent Grade 1 winner Newspaperofrecord
3 July 2020 Bloodstock Sales
BREEDING INSIGHTS: Battle of the classic fillies
Leo Powell assesses the pedigrees of the leading fancies for the French 1000 Guineas, both of which were winners this week