Group 1 sire

Sir Prancealot Sires First U.S.-Conceived Winner, Will Cease Shuttle Duties

Edward Brown and Jeff Ganje's Lord Prancealot became the first U.S.-conceived winner for his globetrotting sire Sir Prancealot (Ire) in a Del Mar maiden special weight at first asking on July 29. Now based at Rancho San Miguel in California, the 13-year-old will no longer shuttle to Australia. Bred by Ganje, Lord Prancealot is the third foal and winner out of the stakes-winning Country Reel mare Disko Dasko (Fr). The bay won the five-furlong race by 3 1/2 lengths in :58.62 (video). He was a $45,000 buy-back at the California...

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Tweenhills Stallion Havana Gold Sustains Fatal Pelvis Injury

Group 1 winner and top-level sire Havana Gold (Ire) (Teofilo {Ire}--Jessica's Dream {Ire}, by Desert Style {Ire}), passed away at the age of 13 after sustaining a fatal pelvis injury, Tweenhills announced on Thursday afternoon. Bred by Sir Eric Parker in Ireland, the bay was a 50,000gns buyback at the Tattersalls December Foal Sale turned 80,000 gns Tattersalls October yearling. Bearing the colours of Qatar Racing Limited and CSH on the racecourse, Havana Gold won his first two starts, and by the end of his juvenile season was a victor...

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Galileo Gold Moves To Haras De Bouquetot In A Joint Venture With Tally-Ho

Classic winner Galileo Gold (GB), who spent five seasons at Tally-Ho Stud in Ireland, will move to Haras de Bouquetot in France next year. His fee will be announced at a later date. Co-owned by Al Shaqab Racing and Tally-Ho, the chestnut won the G1 2000 Guineas and G1 St James's Palace S. His progeny are led by Ebro River (Ire), who prevailed in the G1 Phoenix S., as well as the multiple group winner Oscula (Ire). He has two other stakes winners, and another four staked placed runners to...

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Duke Of Marmalade Dies at 17

Multiple Group 1 winner and sire Duke Of Marmalade (Ire) (Danehill--Love Me True, by Kingmambo) died in his paddock at Drakenstein Stud in South Africa on Friday. The 17-year-old had been pensioned in October. "It is with deep sorrow that we announce the passing of Duke Of Marmalade," Drakenstein Stud tweeted on Friday. "He died peacefully in his paddock this morning. He was a hero to many on the racetrack including ourselves, and a true gentleman at stud. "His legacy will live on through his progeny to come and his...

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MG1SW Reliable Man Returns to Gestut Rottgen

MG1SW and Group 1 sire Reliable Man (GB) (Dalakhani {Ire}-On Fair Stage {Ire}, by Sadler's Wells) will return to Gestut Rottgen for the 2021 covering season, the German stud announced on Monday. The grey spent his first four years there, before standing for three years in France-a year at Haras du Thenney and two at Haras d'Annebault. A fee for the 12-year-old, who also shuttles to Westbury Stud in New Zealand, will be announced later. A winner of the G1 Prix du Jockey Club and the G1 Queen Elizabeth S....

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