Keyword: Darley Stud Management

  • Record-Breaker Alchaasibiyeh Dies at Age 32

    Alchaasibiyeh, who set a world record when she sold for $3.75 million at the 1984 Keeneland July selected yearling sale, died at age 32 Thursday, March 12, at Elizabeth Mateo's Premier Sporthorses farm in Alpharetta, Ga.

  • Ahmed Zayat

    Zayat Creditors: Trainers, Farms, Keeneland

    The Feb. 3 Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing by Zayat Stables shows that Keeneland sales company, a handful of trainers across the country, and breeding farms are among the creditors of Ahmed Zayat's racing operation.

  • Mark of Esteem to Shuttle to Brazil

    English champion miler and classic winner Mark of Esteem will be leased by Haras Fazenda Mondesir in Brazil from Sheikh Mohammed's Darley Stud Management for the 2005-06 breeding season.

  • Tale of the Cat Colt Brings Record $5.2M at F-T Calder

    A son of Tale of the Cat got Tuesday's Fasig-Tipton selected sale of 2-year-olds in training at Calder Race Course off to a roaring start when Sheikh Mohammed's Darley Stud Management went to a world-record $5.2 million to purchase the colt from the consignment of Robert Scanlon, agent.

  • Millennium Dragon leads the field to the wire in the Appleton Handicap.

    Millennium Dragon Breathes Fire in Appleton

    Darley Stud Management's Millennium Dragon registered his first United States stakes triumph in Sunday's $150,000 Appleton Handicap (gr. III), turning back a relentless challenge from Political Attack for a 1 1/4-length victory at Gulfstream Park.

  • Record-breaking Diesis colt at Tattersalls October sale.

    Diesis Colt Breaks Tattersalls October Mark

    Tattersalls October Yearling Sale (Part One) saw a new record price Wednesday night when the very last lot into the ring, a Diesis colt out of dual classic-placed Kitza, sold for a million guineas for Irish veterinarian Demi O'Byrne, buying for John Magnier and Michael Tabor.

  • Darely Stud's Mokabra Wins German Juvenile

    Darley Stud Management's Mokabra seized the lead 50 yards from the wire and outlasted local hope Slawomira by a head in Germany's top juvenile stakes, the Maurice Lacroix Trophy (Ger-II) at Baden-Baden Friday.

  • Perfect Moon Could Shine in Best Pal

    Featuring the return of Hollywood Juvenile Championship winner Perfect Moon and four impressive maiden winners at the seaside, a field of 11 classy 2-year-olds is set for Sunday's $150,000 Best Pal Stakes (gr. II) at 6 1/2 furlongs on the Del Mar main track.

  • Godolphin Phasing Out U.S. Presence

    The royal blue colors of Godolphin Racing will no longer be a dominant presence in North American racing after this year, said Eoin Harty, Godolphin's main North American-based trainer.

  • Just Too Too Flawless for Mullins, Englander

    Richard Englander's undefeated Just Too Too will be looking for graded stakes company after her easy front-running victory in the $112,300 Flawlessly for 3-year-old fillies on the Hollywood Park turf Sunday, her fifth straight victory.

  • Ray Paulick<br>Editor-in-Chief

    Creative Marketing

    <i> By Ray Paulick</i> -- Creative breeders are continuing to explore new ways to promote their stallions.

  • Worldly Manner to Creston Farms in California

    Grade II winner Worldly Manner, who was bought in training as a 2-year-old by Godolphin for a reported $5 million in 1998, will stand the 2003 season at Alex Trebek's Creston Farms near Creston, Calif.

  • Group I Winner Tobougg Retired to Dalham Hall

    Godolphin millionaire Tobougg, a dual group I winner as a 2-year-old in Europe, has been retired from racing and will enter stud at Darley Stud Management's Dalham Hall Stud near Newmarket

  • Grade II Winner Comeonmom Will Stand in New York

    Comeonmom, winner of the1998 Remsen Stakes (gr. II), will stand the 2002 breeding season at Linda Reading's Reading Farm in West Falls, N. Y. The six-year-old son of Jolie's Halo -- Single Blade, by Hatchet Man, is scheduled to arrive Feb. 20 at the farm. His fee will be $2,000 live foal.

  • Sen. Jim Bunning, to speak at breeders&#39; dinner.

    Bunning to Speak at Breeders' Dinner

    U. S. Senator Jim Bunning (R-Ky) will present the keynote speech when breeders of this year's Breeders' Cup World Thoroughbred Championships race winners are honored at an annual dinner to be held Jan. 6, 2002, at the Thoroughbred Club of America in Lexington, Ky.

  • Darley Stud Fees

    Sheikh Mohammed's Darley Stud Management announced 2002 fees for 25 of its 26 stallions, and not unexpectedly some will be going down and some up.