Stallion Watch

19 for Caravaggio

New first season sire winners Caravaggio (pictured) – Gnat Alley (2 f ex Winter Snow by Raven’s Pass) became the 19th individual first-crop winner for former Coolmore shuttler Caravaggio (Scat Daddy) when she landed the six-furlong nursery at Redcar on Wednesday. Unplaced in her previous five starts, including four fourth-placed efforts, the Tim Easterby-trained filly... Read More

17 for Churchill

New first season sire winners Churchill (pictured) – Churchill’s impressive start with his first northern hemisphere two-year-olds continued, recording his 16th and 17th individual winners. River Thames (2 c ex Where’s Sue by Dark Angel) got his career off to a winning start at Punchestown on Tuesday. Ridden by Wayne Lordan, the Aidan O’Brien-trained colt... Read More

Three for Almanzor

New first season sire winners Almanzor (pictured) Cambridge Stud shuttler Almanzor (Wootton Bassett) had a productive week, siring two new winners. Queen Trezy (2 f ex Elodie by Dansili) became his second individual winner when impressively landing the 1600-metre maiden at Lyon Parilly on Wednesday. Christophe Soumillon made all aboard the well-fancied filly to score... Read More

15 for Churchill

New first season sire winners Churchill (pictured above) Snaffles (2 c ex Annabelle Ja by Singspiel) gave his sire Churchill (Galileo) his 15th individual winner when he easily took the Irish EBF Auction Series Maiden (7f) at Down Royal on Friday for trainer Joseph O’Brien. Despite ducking left out of the stalls, Snaffles was settled... Read More

17 for Caravaggio

New first season sire winners Caravaggio (pictured above) Coolmore’s Caravaggio (Scat Daddy) sired a 16th individual winner on Thursday when his son Don Julio (2 c ex Remember Alexander by Teofilo) landed a seven and a half furlong maiden claimer at Tipperary. The Donnacha O’Brien-trained colt defeated Hul Ah Bah Loo (Raven’s Pass) by one... Read More

15 for Caravaggio

New first season sire winners Caravaggio Coolmore’s Caravaggio (Scat Daddy) sired his 15th individual winner when Clarence C (2 f ex Canterbury Lace by Danehill) got off the mark at the second time of asking when winning a maiden over seven furlongs at Moulins last Monday. Trained by Nick LIttmoden, Clarence C beat Sarwar (Pedro... Read More