Newsells Park Stud

Plenty of Bang For Your Buck at Tattersalls

There are undoubtedly many good reasons to have a rounded life with interests beyond the breeding, training, buying and selling of a supreme equine athlete who can run faster than his contemporaries. Those of us whose waking hours are mostly consumed by one or more of these bloodstock industry pursuits can rightly be accused of not getting out more, particularly at this time of year. But when the daily non-racing headlines revolve around the British economy in freefall, hurricanes and floods decimating parts of the world, and President Putin looming...

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'Sir Michael Stoute Gave Me a Bollocking and Told Me Not to Be a Pessimist' 

He has been branded a pessimist by Sir Michael Stoute for admitting as much, but Richard Brown of Blandford Bloodstock, who bought Cazoo Derby hero Desert Crown (GB) (Nathaniel {Ire}), believes Saturday's achievement will never be topped. Brown, a renowned bloodstock agent with over 20 years of experience in the game, went to 280,000gns to secure Desert Crown on behalf of Saeed Suhail at Book 2 at Tattersalls in 2020 and counts himself as extremely lucky to have sourced what he believes is a once-in-a-lifetime colt.  "I ended up at...

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Strawberry Fields Forever

"The Derby is a different game," breeder Gary Robinson told TDN's Alayna Cullen on camera last week, and he now knows that for sure, for his Strawberry Fields Stud just outside Newmarket can proudly boast of being the birthplace of the Derby winner Desert Crown (GB) (Nathaniel {Ire}). While most of Robinson's team from the farm travelled to Epsom to watch their graduate's crowning moment, the stud owner himself took a leaf out of The Queen's book and watched the race at home from the comfort of his own sofa....

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Newsells Park Stud's Blue Hen Shastye Dies After Foaling

Newsells Park Stud manager Julian Dollar has led the tributes to the multiple Group 1-producing Shastye (Ire) (Danehill), who has died at the age of 21 shortly after giving birth to a Dubawi (Ire) colt on Sunday. The dam of five individual black-type performers, including Group 1-winning brothers by Galileo (Ire), Japan (GB) and Mogul (GB), who are now stallions, the progeny of Shastye have been sensational on the track and in the sales ring. Described by Dollar as "one of the most inspirational and life-changing horses" he has ever...

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Newsells Park Stud Launches Ossie Ardiles Syndicate

Newsells Park Stud, which was acquired last year by Graham Smith-Bernal, has launched a new racing syndicate with footballing legend Ossie Ardiles. In a new initiative for the stud, the syndicate will race six horses, trained by John and Thady Gosden, William Haggas and Roger Varian in Newmarket, and Mark and Charlie Johnston in Middleham. "This is a new world for me and I'm very much looking forward to it, making new friends and enjoying fresh experiences, we have a great team together and the sport has already started," said...

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Racing a New-Found Passion For Bartram-Bell

If you gathered a group of industry people together and asked them how they got involved in racing and breeding the answers would vary. Some may say they were bred into it much like the horses they care for, others may have started horse-riding from a young age and some may have had their imaginations captured during a day at the races. For Callum Bartram-Bell it was the latter that ignited a dormant passion. "I'm from South Lincolnshire and I never really had any interest in horses or had considered...

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First Mare In Foal To A'Ali

Newsells Park Stud's new recruit A'Ali (Ire) (Society Rock {Ire}) has his first mare scanned in foal, the stud announced on Monday. A dual listed winner and runner-up in the G3 Prix de Malleret, Terre Du Vent (Fr) (Kutub {Ire}) is carrying to the five-time group winner. She is the dam of three winners from four to race and hails from the extended family of Group 1-winning juvenile Elm Park (GB) (Phoenix Reach {Ire}). The G2 Norfolk S. hero is standing his first season for £7,500 at Newsells Park Stud....

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Without Parole's First Foal Born At Newsells

A filly, born at Newsells Park Stud The second foal out of Skrei (Ire) (Approve {Ire}), a listed winner in Germany Without Parole, the 2018 G1 St James's Palace S. winner by Frankel, stands at Newsells Park Stud for £8,000

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A'Ali To Stand At Newsells Park Stud

Multiple group-winning sprinter A'Ali (Ire) (Society Rock {Ire}) will begin his stud career at Newsells Park Stud in 2022, rather than Meadow Farm Stud as originally announced, after Newsells purchased a significant stake in the 4-year-old. Trained by Simon and Ed Crisford for Shaikh Duaij Al Khalifa, A'Ali broke his maiden at second asking in the G2 Norfolk S. in 2019 and added the G2 Prix Robert Papin and G2 Flying Childers S. before season's end. He took the G3 Coral Charge S. and G2 Sapphire S. last summer before...

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Win-Win For Newsells As Waldlied Returns At 2.2 Million

By Emma Berry and Chris McGrath NEWMARKET, UK--The dissolution of a successful partnership and formation of a new powerful allegiance by Graham Smith-Bernal led to Waldlied (GB) (New Approach {Ire}), the Group 2-winning sibling to Arc winner Waldgeist (GB) (Galileo {Ire}), heading a stellar list at the Tattersalls December Mares' Sale at 2,200,000gns.  A solidly stacked session, which included Juddmonte fillies for the first time on the Tuesday of the sale, soared way above last year's returns. With 115 six-figure transactions throughout the day, turnover climbed 68% to 41,912,000gns, while...

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Tom Magnier Signs For Cayenne Pepper At 2-Million Gns

His brother MV Magnier had for some time held sway at the top of the table at Tattersalls on Tuesday when buying Sunday Times for 1.8-million gns, and it was his Australian-based brother Tom Magnier's name on the ticket when the dust settled at 2-million gns for the multiple group-winning Cayenne Pepper (Ire) (Australia {GB}) (lot 1840) during a period of furious bidding at Park Paddocks. Magnier confirmed that Cayenne Pepper would remain in Ireland and be covered by Wootton Bassett next spring. Cayenne Pepper went through the ring for...

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Strong Start As Yoshida Plumps For Tatts Topper

By Chris McGrath and Emma Berry NEWMARKET, UK--If the opening session was a mere warm-up for bigger and better things to come on Tuesday, then we are likely to be in for some red-hot trade as the stellar names come rolling out. For Monday's trade was, as we have seen at so many auctions throughout 2021, up across all sectors, with buyers from Japan, Australia, France, Britain and Ireland all participating in the day's leading ladies. We are well used to the spending power of Japanese buyers, particularly various members...

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