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Land Force On The Move To Hedgeholme Stud

Land Force (Ire), who won the G2 Richmond S. and was fourth in the G1 Prix Morny, will stand at Hedgeholme Stud for £2,500, Jake Warren confirmed to the TDN. The former Highclere Stud-based stallion's eldest foals are now 3-year-olds. Among his best runners to date is the stakes-placed Velox (Tur). A total of 130 mares were covered by the son of No Nay Never in 2023, and he had been due to stand at Highclere for £2,500 this term.

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Kessaar On The Move To Italy

Former Irish-based stallion Kessaar (Ire) (Kodiac {GB}--Querulous, by Raven's Pass) has been purchased by Renew Italian Breeding and will stand at Scuderia Melissa Cipriani in Castelnuovo Berardenga, Italy this year. Standing for €5,000, the stallion will be administered by Mattia Cadrobbi and managed by Marco Bozzi and Guido Berardelli. Bred by Tally-Ho Stud, the G2 Mill Reef S. and G3 Sirenia S. hero was a 100,000gns Tattersalls October yearling, and raced in the colours of Mohammed Al Qatami and Khalid Al Mudhaf while trained by John Gosden. Winning three of...

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James Garfield On The Move To India

James Garfield (Ire) has been purchased by polo player Colonel Kuldeep Garcha and will stand at Gee Stud Farm in India next year. A fee will be announced later. The news was first reported by the Racing Pulse. The son of Exceed And Excel (Aus) was bred by Stetchworth and Middle Park Studs, and claimed both the G2 Mill Reef S. and G3 Greenham S., as well as a second-place finish in the G1 Prix Maurice de Gheest. Out of stakes winner Whazzat (GB) (Daylami {Ire}), the 8-year-old spent five...

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Group 1 Sire Tasleet On The Move To India

Group 1 stallion Tasleet (GB) (Showcasing {GB}), who was placed in three top-level sprints, has been acquired by Dr. Anhad Sidhu's Star Born Stud and will stand in India in 2024. A fee for the bay will be announced at a later date. "Tasleet [is] getting ready to head to India," said New Approach Bloodstock's Ajay Anne on X, who assisted with the deal. "Congratulations to Star Born Stud on acquiring this smart stallion. Thank you Shadwell Stud and Hissa Hamdan. All the best to Anhad Sidhu." The 10-year-old son...

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Capri On The Move To Willow Wood Farm For Next Season

Classic winner Capri (Ire) (Galileo {Ire}) will move from Coolmore's Grange Stud to Willow Wood Farm in the UK for next season, the latter confirmed on X (formerly Twitter) on Friday. The deal was brokered by Richard Venn. A fee for the grey, whose eldest foals are 2-year-olds of 2023, will be announced later. The 2017 G1 Irish Derby winner and G1 St Leger hero also took the G2 Beresford S. as a juvenile for Aidan O'Brien and the Coolmore partners.

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Kamsin On The Move To Haras De La Baie

Dual-purpose stallion Kamsin (Ger) (Samum {Ger}) will move to Haras de la Baie for the 2024 breeding season, Jour de Galop reported on Wednesday. The 2008 G1 Deutsches Derby hero will stand for €2,500. The deal was brokered by Paola Beacco and Richard Venn. The 18-year-old started his career in Germany, prior to moving to France in 2017. He has spent the past three seasons at Annshoon Stud in Ireland. His runners have excelled under both codes, and he has a sextet of stakes winners on the Flat including group...

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Iquitos On The Move To Gestut Rottgen

German Horse of the Year and established sire Iquitos (Ger) (Adlerflug {Ger}) will move to Gestut Rottgen beginning in 2024, the stud announced on Tuesday. Standing for a partnership of Gestut Ammerland, Gestut Graditz and Mulligan Stable, his fee will be €6,000. A multiple Group 1 winner, the son of Irika (Ger) (Areion {Ger}) has already been represented by Group 3 winner Mr Hollywood (Ire), who was second in the G1 Deutsches Derby, and listed winner and group-placed Drawn To Race (Ger) from his first crop of just five foals...

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Dariyan On The Move To Haras Du Mont Goubert

Group 1 winner Dariyan (Fr) (Shamardal) will move to Haras du Mont Goubert in 2024. A fee will be announced later. Formerly at His Highness The Aga Khan's Haras de Bonneval, the Prix Ganay hero has been represented by G3 Prix la Force hero Mister Saint Paul (Fr), as well as seven other stakes horses including the group-placed horses Princesse De Saba (Fr), Galaxie Gold (Fr), second in the G2 Prix Hocquart, Elizar (Fr), and My Kurkum (GB). His dam Daryakana (Fr) (Selkirk) has also thrown a four other stakes...

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Postponed On The Move To Yorton Stud

Multiple Group 1 winner Postponed (Ire) (Dubawi {Ire}) will move to Yorton Stud for the 2024 breeding season after Yorton and James & Jean Potter, Ltd. purchased the stallion from Darley. A fee will be announced later for the four-time Group 1 winner. Previously under the Darley banner at Dalham Hall Stud, the bay will stand to the Futter family's stud near Welshpool in Powys. Richard Venn brokered the deal. David Futter said of the son of Ever Rigg (GB) (Dubai Destination), "Postponed is a proper horse that any stallion...

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Marianafoot On The Move To Haras Des Faunes

Group 1 winner Marianafoot (Fr) (Footstepsinthesand {GB}) will move from Haras de Saint-Vincent to Haras des Faunes for the 2024 breeding season, Jour de Galop reported on Wednesday. A fee for the son of Marianabaa (Fr) (Anabaa) will be announced in due course. Alain Chopard of Haras des Faunes told the JDG, "He's a great recruit...He fits well with the profile I like. Marianafoot has a lot of arguments in his favour and he deserves to be given a chance." Haras de Saint-Vincent's Thierry Dalla Longa remains involved with Marianafoot's...

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Lawman On The Move To Haras Du Mazet

Group 1 sire Lawman (Fr) (Invincible Spirit {Ire}) has been transferred to Haras du Mazet for the 2024 breeding season, Jour de Galop reported on Thursday. His fee will be €4,000. A winner of both the G1 Prix du Jockey Club and the G1 Prix Jean Prat in 2007, the 19-year-old has sired 38 stakes winners. Of his 22 group winners, six have scored at the highest level, including Irish 1000 Guineas heroine Just The Judge (Ire), 2020 Cartier Champion 2-Year-Old Filly Pretty Gorgeous (Fr), Most Improved (Ire), Law Enforcement...

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Flag Of Honour On The Move To Ballycurragh Stud

Classic hero Flag Of Honour (Ire) (Galileo {Ire}) will move to Ballycurragh Stud in Co Carlow for 2023, the stud announced on Tuesday. A stud fee for the former National Stud resident will be announced later. Willie Murphy of Ballycurragh Stud said, "We are delighted to have Flag of Honour joining our stallion roster, he will be a great option for Irish breeders as a group-winning 2-year-old and Classic-winning 3-year-old. He is a superb physical with a great walk from a fantastic family. We have seen quite a few of...

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