Planteur on the Move to Chapel Stud

Planteur | Chapel Stud

Planteur (Ire) (Danehill Dancer {Ire}–Plante Rare {Ire}, by Giant's Causeway) will stand at Chapel Stud in Worcestershire as a National Hunt stallion in 2021. The former Marco Botti-trained bay will stand on behalf of owner/breeder Simon Davies with the deal brokered by Richard Venn Bloodstock.

The 2011 G1 Prix Ganay victor who was also runner-up in the G1 Prix du Jockey Club, G1 Juddmonte Grand Prix de Paris and two editions of the G1 Prix d'Isapahan previously stood in France at Haras de Bouquetot (2014-2018) and Haras du Grand Courgeon (2019-2020). Bred by Dayton Investments, Ltd., the dual G1 Dubai World Cup third has sired three black-type winners on the Flat.

“Planteur is an exciting new opportunity for NH breeders with an exceptional race record and pedigree to match neatly packaged in an attractive, correct and athletic horse with a fantastic temperament,” said Chapel Stud Director Roisin Close on the half-brother to the dam of MG1SW Persian King (Ire) (Kingman {GB}).

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