Tag: 'Coolmore Stud'

Personal

VRC Oaks winner Personal headed to US for Breeders’ Cup bid

Personal, the 2020 VRC Oaks winner, is set to be jetted off to race in the United States with a run in the Breeders' Cup...
Arcadia Queen

Arcadia Queen passed in at $3.4m as sales records tumble

Records tumbled on the opening day of the Magic Millions National Broodmare Sale, but Arcadia Queen was not among the stars to go under the...
Circus Maximus

Champion miler Circus Maximus to Windsor Park

Triple Group One winning miler Circus Maximus has been secured to stand at Windsor Park Stud for the 2021 breeding season. Aptly named due to...
King's Legacy

Coolmore Announces 2021 Stud Fees

With the breeding season fast approaching, Coolmore Stud have released the service fees for their star studded 2021 roster. Coolmore’s big name addition of Wootton...
King's Legacy

Coolmore announce retirement of King’s Legacy

High-class colt King’s Legacy has been retired and will join Coolmore Stud’s stallion roster this spring. A half-brother to leading sire Not A Single Doubt,...
Sunlight

Star mare Sunlight sells for $4.2 million

Star mare Sunlight has been sold for $4.2 million at the Magic Millions National Broodmare Sale.
Yes Yes Yes

No more for Yes Yes Yes after leg injury

Star colt Yes Yes Yes has been retired immediately because of a leg injury and will stand at Coolmore Stud.
Ten Sovereigns

Ten Sovereigns retired to Coolmore Stud

Ten Sovereigns will stand at Coolmore Stud with the $14 million Everest in Sydney in which he finished last, his final race.

Group 1 star Global Glamour makes $1.55m

Global Glamour, twice a Group One winner for training partners Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott, has sold for $1.55 million at auction.

Stud buys into Slipper hope Yes Yes Yes

Coolmore Stud have bought into Golden Slipper contender Yes Yes Yes, a co-owner of the colt has confirmed in the lead-up to the $3.5 million...
American Pharoah

Dual Guineas winner Churchill to shuttle

Coolmore has announced dual Guineas winner Churchill will stand in Australia for the southern hemisphere season.