Keyword: Halling

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    Godolphin's Halling Dies at Age 25

    Halling, a son of Diesis who provided Sheikh Mohammed's Godolphin with some of its earliest success at the group I level, died Feb. 2 at Dalham Hall Stud in Newmarket, England, as a result of the infirmities of old age.

  • Empoli Ends Long Drought in Preis von Europa

    Disqualified from his second in the 2013 edition of the Preis von Europa (Ger-I), Empoli won this year's race without controversy when he overhauled pacesetter Earl of Tinsdal in the shadow of the post at Cologne.

  • Lot 233, a War Front filly, sold for 270,000 guineas on May 2.

    Six-Figure War Front Filly Tops Tattersalls

    The offspring of War Front continued to be a hot commodity in the auction ring as a filly by the Kentucky stallion sold for the highest price of 270,000 guineas ($478,304 in United States funds) at Tattersalls May 2.

  • Cavalryman leaves the others behind in the Nad Al Sheba Trophy.

    Cavalryman Sets Record in Nad Al Sheba Trophy

    Godolphin's Cavalryman is primed for a repeat bid in the $1 million Dubai Gold Cup (UAE-II) after a stirring track record-setting victory in the Nad Al Sheba Trophy (UAE-III) March 1 at Meydan Racecourse.

  • Kenhope Sells for $1.2 million at Arc Sale

    Indian pharmaceutical billionaire Cyrus Poonwalla went to 900,000 ($1,220,008 in United States funds) to acquire Coronation Stakes (Eng-I) runner-up Kenhope at the Arqana Arc sale Oct. 5 at Saint-Cloud.

  • St Nicholas Abbey rolls home to win the Dubai Sheema Classic.

    St Nicholas Abbey Wins Dubai Sheema Classic

    Coolmore and partners' St Nicholas Abbey spoiled the international debut of filly Gentildonna as he drew off from the reigning Japanese Horse of the Year, winning the $5 million Dubai Sheema Classic March 30 at Meydan.

  • Medaglia d'Oro will have a 2010 fee of $100,000.

    Darley Stud Fees: Medaglia d'Oro to $100,000

    Citing the economic situation facing the breeding and sales industries in North America and Europe, Sheikh Mohammed's Darley operation announced Oct. 28 that fees for 37 of its 40 stallions on those two continents would remain unchanged or decrease for 2010.

  • Time Machine was the most expensive horse sold on the second day of the Tattersalls July mixed sale in England, bringing 95,000 guineas.

    Time Machine Sets Pace at Tattersalls

    Time Machine, a 3-year-old Halling gelding, was the most expensive horse sold on the second day of the Tattersalls July mixed sale in England, bringing 95,000 guineas. Irish trainer Robbie Hennessy purchased Time Machine on July 8 from trainer John Gosden's Clarehaven Stables.

  • Doctor Dino

    Doctor Dino Keeping Sharpen Up Male Line Alive

    Modern breeding in North America and Europe is dominated by just three major male lines: Northern Dancer, Mr. Prospector, and Seattle Slew. Other male lines still exist but they range from the relatively healthy Hail to Reason and In Reality lines, which encompass a sizable number of stallions, down to lines with just one or two major representatives remaining, such as those of Domino and Plaudit. The male line of Sharpen Up (GB) is one of those lesser sire lines that has managed to survive the 20th Century

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    Kentucky Stallion Diesis Dead

    Diesis, an English champion and prominent Kentucky stallion, was euthanized Nov. 18 at Mill Ridge Farm, owned by Alice Chandler and her husband, Dr. John Chandler, near Lexington.

  • Vanderlin Surprises in Play the King

    Vanderlin, a 6-year-old son of Halling, made his North American debut a winning one, capturing the (U.S.) $195,206 Play the King Stakes (Can-II) by a head Saturday at Woodbine.

  • Halling to stand in Dubai in 2004

    According to a report in the <i>Racing Post</i>, Halling will move to Emirates Stud Farm in Dubai for the 2004 breeding season, where his stud fee will remain at £30,000.

  • Halling to stand in Dubai in 2004

    According to a report in the <i>Racing Post</i>, Halling will move to Emirates Stud Farm in Dubai for the 2004 breeding season, where his stud fee will remain at £30,000.