01/11/2019. TEN SOVEREIGNS RETIRED TO COOLMORE // Advertise Retired To National Stud // Darley Reveals Fees for Too Darn Hot, Blue Point, Masar // DARLEY EUROPE 2020 ROSTER & FEES




Ten Sovereigns (Ire) (No Nay NeverBSeeking Solace {GB}, by Exceed and Excel {Aus}),

…winner of the G1 Middle Park S. at two and the G1 July Cup this year at three, has been retired from racing and will stand alongside his sire at Coolmore next year. Ten Sovereigns was unbeaten in three runs at two, winning the G3 Round Tower S. a week after his Curragh debut and casting himself among the G1 2000 Guineas favourites with his Middle Park win. Trainer Aidan O=Brien switched the focus to sprinting after Ten Sovereigns failed to see out the mile of the Guineas, and the horse=steam wasrewarded with a 2 3/4-length score over Advertise (GB) (Showcasing {GB}) in the July Cup. Ten Sovereigns is the seventh successive horse in his direct male line to have won a Group 1 or Grade I race as a juvenile. He is a first-crop son of last year=s champion first-season sire No Nay Never. (fonte : ThoroughbredDailyNews)


Advertise Retired To National Stud

Friday, November 1, 2019 at 11:30 am | Back to: Top News Europe

Updated: November 1, 2019 at 11:57 am 

Advertise | Courtesy National Stud

Three-time Group 1-winning sprinter Advertise (GB) (Showcasing {GB}-Furbelow {GB}, by Pivotal {GB}) has been retired from racing and will enter stud at the National Stud in Newmarket next year.

Bred by Cheveley Park Stud and raced by Phoenix Thoroughbred with trainer Martyn Meade, Advertise broke his maiden at first asking last May and was second to Calyx (GB) (Kingman {GB}) in the G2 Coventry S. four weeks later. He followed up with victories in the G2 July S. and G1 Phoenix S. and was second to Too Darn Hot (GB) (Dubawi {Ire}) in the G1 Dewhurst S. to round out the year. Kept to sprint trips after a bid in the G1 2000 Guineas, Advertise capitalized with a win in the G1 Commonwealth Cup at Royal Ascot in race record time and, after finishing second in the G1 July Cup, won the G1 Prix Maurice de Gheest over elders, becoming only the second 3-year-old of the past 18 years to do so. Advertise defeated 14 individual Group 1 winners through his career and is rated 126 by Timeform.

“Advertise was a joy to have in the yard,” said Martyn Meade. “To have a horse like him [with that] combination of speed, soundness and consistency is very rare. I very much look forward to seeing his progeny on the track in years to come and I hope they inherit some of his father’s star qualities.”

Amer Abdulaziz, chief executive officer of Phoenix Thoroughbred, added, “As a Group 1 winner at two and three, Advertise has given us some brilliant days. His win in the Commonwealth Cup at Royal Ascot this year was a particularly special and happy day. We are really excited to stand him as a stallion at the National Stud alongside Aclaim and we will be supporting his progeny in the sales ring.”

National Stud Director Tim Lane said, “We are hugely excited to be given the opportunity to stand Advertise at the National Stud. He was an exceptional racehorse with the physical attributes to match. His sire, Showcasing is continuously proving himself to be a world-class stallion and we are privileged to

be offering breeders his highest-rated son. We are extremely grateful to Martyn Meade, Phoenix Thoroughbreds, Amer Abdulaziz and Dermot Farrington for entrusting us with Advertise for his stud career.”


Darley Reveals Fees for Too Darn Hot, Blue Point, Masar


Too Darn Hot | Racing Post

The 2020 European roster, 35 strong across the United Kingdom, Ireland and France, was announced by Darley on Tuesday, with champion and MG1SW Too Darn Hot (GB) (Dubawi {Ire}) leading the new additions at £50,000. He is joined by G1 Investec Derby hero Masar (Ire) (New Approach {Ire}) at £15,000, while the third new recruit is Kildangan Stud’s MG1SW Blue Point (Ire) (Shamardal) at €45,000.

Dalham stalwart Dubawi (Ire) remains at £250,000, while G1 Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe hero Golden Horn (GB)‘s fee is £40,000. Both Group 1 sires Iffraaj (GB) and New Approach (Ire) will command £30,000 in 2020.

In Ireland, pride of place goes to Shamardal, who has enjoyed an outstanding run with his juvenile colts at the Group 1 level this season, and he once again is set to cover at a private fee.  Roster veterans Exceed And Excel (Aus) and Teofilo (Ire) are each offered at €40,000, while Night of Thunder (Ire), whose first 2-year-olds have been able representatives on the racecourse, has been relocated to Kildangan and sees his fee rise to €25,000.

“We are delighted to be able to offer an extensive range of quite exceptional stallions in Britain, Ireland and France in 2020,” said Darley’s Director of Stallions Sam Bullard. “It’s remarkable to reflect on how the stallion yards have grown over the decades here at Darley–when Dubai Millennium won at Nad Al Sheba in March 2000, the roster was just a dozen strong–and it’s particularly satisfying for the whole team to be standing outstanding sons of stallions who have also stood their careers here. We couldn’t do it without the breeders who invest so much time and skill in producing the horses who are at the heart of our great sport. We’ll do all we can to help them fulfil their ambitions and hope to be part of their plans again in 2020.”



Dalham Hall Stud, UK

Dubawi (Ire) (Dubai Millennium {GB}) £250,000
Too Darn Hot (GB) (Dubawi {Ire})* £50,000
Golden Horn (GB) (Cape Cross {Ire}) £40,000
Iffraaj (GB) (Zafonic) £30,000
New Approach (Ire) (Galileo {Ire}) £30,000
Cracksman (GB) (Frankel {GB}) £25,000
Harry Angel (Ire) (Dark Angel {Ire}) £20,000
Masar (Ire) (New Approach {Ire})* £15,000
Farhh (GB) (Pivotal {GB}) £12,000
Territories (Ire) (Invincible Spirit {Ire}) £12,000
Postponed (Ire) (Dubawi {Ire}) £10,000
Charming Thought (GB) (Oasis Dream {GB}) £5,000
Outstrip (GB) (Exceed And Excel {Aus}) £5,000

Kildangan Stud, Ire

Shamardal (Giant’s Causeway) Private
Blue Point (Ire) (Shamardal)* €45,000
Exceed and Excel (Aus) (Danehill) €40,000
Teofilo (Ire) (Galileo {Ire}) €40,000
Night of Thunder (Ire) (Dubawi {Ire}) €25,000
Ribchester (Ire) (Iffraaj {GB}) €20,000
Fast Company (Ire) (Danehill Dancer {Ire}) €12,000
Profitable (Ire) (Invincible Spirit {Ire}) €12,000
Belardo (Ire) (Lope De Vega {Ire}) €10,000
Dawn Approach (Ire) (New Approach {Ire}) €10,000
Raven’s Pass (Elusive Quality) €10,000
Slade Power (Ire) (Dutch Art {GB}) €7,500
The Last Lion (Ire) (Choisir {Aus}) €7,500
Buratino (Ire) (Exceed And Excel {Aus}) €5,000
French Navy (GB) (Shamardal) €4,000
Fulbright (GB) (Exceed And Excel {Aus}) €4,000

Haras du Logis, Fr

Authorized (Ire) (Montjeu {Ire}) €12,000
Cloth of Stars (Ire) (Sea the Stars {Ire}) €7,500
Manduro (Ger) (Monsun {Ger}) €7,000
Ultra (Ire) (Manduro {Ger}) €7,000
Bow Creek (Ire) (Shamardal) €4,000
Hunter’s Light (Ire) (Dubawi {Ire}) €4,000

*Indicates new stallion (fonte : TDN)