Coolmore Australia has confirmed former star mare Atlantic Jewel has died shortly after giving birth to a foal by US Triple Crown winner Justify.
Having won many of the big races around the globe, the Melbourne Cup remains high on the list of must-win races for the Coolmore outfit.
Coolmore has announced its stallion fees headed by Fastnet Rock with newcomer Yes Yes Yes to stand for $38,500.
Coolmore has paid $1.8 million for the first foal out of champion filly First Seal at the Australian Easter Yearling Sale being conducted online.
Coolmore Australia chairman Ken Barry is being remembered for his influence on the Australian breeding industry, including the shuttle stallions concept.
Even with shares in four Melbourne Cup runners, Coolmore's Australian boss knows the operation needs luck to win the race everybody wants to win.
Crystal Ocean is to stand at Coolmore's Beeches Stud as a National Hunt stallion.
July Cup winner Ten Sovereigns is set to enter quarantine in Ireland but Coolmore has stopped short of confirming an Everest start.
A half sister to 11-time Group One winner Beholder has fetched $8.2 million at the Keeneland September sale.
Godolphin has outbid Coolmore to buy a Curlin colt out of New Zealand Group One winner Bounding for $4.1 million at the Keeneland sale in...
Group One Railway Stakes-winning mare Galaxy Star will head to the breeding barn having won 13 of her 19 starts.
Brilliant sprinter Caravaggio will join the Coolmore Australia stallion roster in the upcoming breeding season.
John O'Shea will train a million dollar Fastnet Rock colt sold on the first day of the Magic Millions sale.