Telecaster (GB)

2024 Fee For Haras du Mesnil's Telecaster Announced

Multiple group winner Telecaster (GB) (New Approach {Ire}) will stand for an unchanged fee of €4,000 at Haras du Mesnil in 2024, Jour de Galop reported on Wednesday. A winner of the G2 Dante S. at three, he added the G3 La Coupe and G2 Grand Prix de Deauville at four and entered stud at Mesnil in 2021. A half-brother to two-time group winner and multiple Group 1-placed Al Suhail (GB) (Dubawi {Ire}), his eldest foals are yearlings. Telecaster, out of the G1 Irish Oaks and G1 Oaks second Shirocco...

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Telecaster Withdrawn From Arc After Setback, 15 Horses Remain

Castle Down Stud's MGSW Telecaster (GB) (New Approach {Ire}) has been withdrawn from Sunday's G1 Qatar Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe after a setback. The Hughie Morrison trainee was set to receive his favoured soft going, as more rain fell in Paris overnight and the forecast calls for more wet weather later this week in the Paris area. The 2019 G2 Dante S. winner relished the heavy going in the G2 Grand Prix de Deauville when last seen on Aug. 30. "It's a real shame, but this is what can...

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Telecaster Camp Eyes Arc Bid

Castle Down Racing's Telecaster (GB) (New Approach {Ire}), who won the G3 La Coupe on June 25 and the G2 Grand Prix de Deauville two starts later on Aug. 30, is a potential contender for the G1 Qatar Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe, trainer Hughie Morrison announced on Tuesday. The 4-year-old colt also won the G2 Dante S. last term. "It's definitely a possibility that he could go," said Morrison. "Nothing really sprang out of the trials to put us off. The filly who won the [G1 Prix] Vermeille [Tarnawa...

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New Approach's Telecaster Dominates the Grand Prix de Deauville

Patience has long been a particular virtue of Hughie Morrison and Sunday's G2 Lucien Barriere Grand Prix de Deauville was testament to his ability to play the waiting game as Castle Down Racing's Telecaster (GB) (New Approach {Ire}) fully came of age. Sent straight to the front by Christophe Soumillon, the 13-10 favourite whose previous foray to France had resulted in a four-length success in ParisLongchamp's G3 La Coupe June 25 was always content untroubled at the head of affairs on this deep surface. Setting down for his plunge up...

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