Supremacy To Stand At Yeomanstown In 2022

Supremacy | courtesy Yeomanstown Stud

Last year's G1 Middle Park S. winner Supremacy (Ire) (Mehmas {Ire}-Triggers Broom {Ire}, by Arcano {Ire}) will enter stud at Yeomanstown Stud next year. A fee will be announced at a later date.

England's highest-rated 2-year-old of 2020, Supremacy also won the G2 Richmond S. for owner Jason Goddard and trainer Clive Cox. With a rating of 118, he is the highest-rated son of Mehmas and hails from the prolific family of Group 1 winner Xtension (Ire) and champion sprinter Harry Angel (Ire).

“Supremacy is just pure class,” said Cox. “His talent was clear to see early on with a blistering turn of foot and coupled with his wonderful laid-back attitude, he was an absolute pleasure to train. I really look forward to having a few of his progeny at Beechdown Stables in the years to come.”

Yeomanstown's Gay O'Callaghan said “we are delighted to have Supremacy join our stallion roster. He was an exceptional 2-year-old and is by a high class stallion, from a very good female line. Furthermore, like our flagship stallion, Dark Angel, he was an impressive winner of the G1 Middle Park.”

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