Irish Farms Set To Participate In ITM Irish Stallion Trail

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Dark Angel at Yeomanstown Stud on the 2019 Irish Stallion Trail | Alex Cairns photo

Better than 30 stallion farms in Ireland are set to greet the public during Irish Thoroughbred Marketing (ITM)'s Irish Stallion Trail, to be staged Friday and Saturday, Jan. 13 and 14, 2023. The Trail was limited to the breeding industry only in 2022 due to COVID-19, but will offer breeders, racing professionals, and racing fans the opportunity to view some of the world's leading Flat and National Hunt stallions at Ireland's outstanding thoroughbred breeding facilities free of any restrictions.

“We are delighted that the ITM Irish Stallion Trail will once again be able to operate without any restrictions in 2023,” said ITM's Charles O'Neill. “From Cheltenham to Royal Ascot or the Breeders' Cup, Irish-bred horses have again flown the flag for our world-class industry in 2022.

“A great deal of this success can be traced back to Ireland's stellar stallions and the farms that handle them so expertly. We encourage breeders and other interested parties to get the Trail dates in the diary and support our hugely valuable thoroughbred breeding industry.”

Free to the public, visitors are requested to register which studs they intend to visit via the ITM website. Due to demand, it is imperative to register for a specific date and time slot if visiting Coolmore.

Click here for further information and to register. Further farms wishing to participate in the Stallion Trail may contact Alex Cairns at [email protected] or by phone on +353 (0) 877915690.

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