Kameko Yearlings Impressing At The Sales

With the yearling sales underway in Europe it is always exciting to see which of the first season sires are impressing buyers. One of this year's crop who is quick into stride is Kameko, a dual G1 winning son of Kitten's Joy who stands at Tweenhills. David Redvers tell us about Kameko.

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Wootton Bassett Proving A Worthwhile Investment For Coolmore

Wootton Bassett is a sire who has done it the hard way but he has certainly proved his worth. Coolmore purchased the stallion in 2020 and as we await his first Coolmore-bred crop to hit the yearling sales Mark Byrne tells us all about Wootton Bassett.

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Caturra A Flying Mehmas For Overbury Stud

The G2 Flying Childers is fast becoming a stallion making racing and one of the past year's winners, Caturra, has joined the roster at Overbury Stud. He shares many similarities with a fellow stallion at the stud which Simon Sweeting tells us more about.

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Best Years Still to Come? Darren Fox on Street Sense

After spending one year in Japan in 2013, Darley's Street Sense has been at the top of the stallion ranks in Kentucky. Darren Fox tells us why he believe Street Sense's best years are still ahead.

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Keepmeinmind and Fire At Will Welcomed at Sequel Stallions

Keepmeinmind, whose prowess on the track first brought sire Laoban to the national forefront, and GI Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf Champion and Eclipse Finalist Fire At Will  join Honest Mischief, Freud and Mission Impazible at Sequel New York's stallion roster, bringing diverse and interesting options for Thoroughbred breeders in the Empire State.

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Essential Quality's First Foals Look the Part

The first foals by champion Essential Quality are hitting the ground now, so we stopped in to visit a few of the new arrivals. We also talked to Darley's Kate Galvin about why it is a good time to breed to the son of Tapit in his second year at stud.

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The New Boy At Ballylinch

Bayside Boy has retired to Ballylinch Stud to stand alongside his sire New Bay, who is moving toward elite stallion territory after a successful 2022. As Bayside Boy settles into his new career John O'Connor talks to us about both stallions.

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Consignor Perspectives with David Scanlon

In this edition of Consignor Perspectives, David Scanlon of Scanlon Training and Sales talks with us about a few of his favorite first-crop sires, as well as a promising colt by red-hot Uncle Mo.

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Westmeath's Newest Legend

Micheál Orlandi has welcomed two new stallions to his Starfield Stud base this year. Dubawi Legend hails from the Dubawi sire line which is proving incredible successful as is the Pivotal line from which King of Change comes from. Micheál tells us more.

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Mind Control Represents New, Unique Partnership for New York

Three-time Grade I winner Mind Control was not only a tough, durable campaigner, but his retirement represents a unique and innovative partnership among New York breeders to bring a top-class stallion to the Empire State. Diana Pikulski brings us the story.

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Lope Y Fernandez Bolstered By Connections

As Lope Y Fernandez welcomes his first foals the group of owners behind the impressive son of Lope De Vega talk to us about his unique ownership structure. They also talk about the support he is having and the support his progeny will have further down the line.

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Into The 'STRADosphere'

Stradivarius has been a dominant force of the staying division for a number of years and we should be thankful to his connections that he was kept in training for so long. He has now taken up stud duties at The National Stud in Newmarket. Joe Bradley, Head of Bloodstock Operations tell us more about Stradivarius.

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