Coulsty on the Move to Norman Court Stud


Coulsty | Norman Court Stud

Coulsty (Ire) (Kodiac {GB}–Hazium {Ire}, by In the Wings {GB}), who won the G3 Prix de Meautry Lucien Barriere, has relocated to Norman Court Stud in England after beginning at Rathasker Stud in Ireland. The stallion, who has his first foals on the ground this year, will stand for £4,000.

“Coulsty is a typical son of Kodiac in that he was talented and precocious, and like his father he only sires bay foals,” said Rathasker's Maurice Burns. “Rathasker have a number of very good foals by Coulsty that will be going to all the major yearling sales in 2019. I think this horse will really suit British breeders.”

Added Norman Court Stud's Tina Dawson, “We're thrilled Maurice approached us about standing this horse. I've always liked him, he's a typical gutsy, genuine, honest sprinter and at £4,000 he represents real value.”

Norman Court is also home to veteran sire Sixties Icon (GB) (Galileo {Ire}–Love Divine {GB}, by Diesis {GB}) who will command £6,000 (Oct. 1 SLF). From his 11 black-type winners, the G1 St. Leger hero has already sired Group 1 winners Sixties Song (Arg) and Crazy Icon (Arg).

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