Keyword: Newsells Park Stud

  • Secret Gesture (center, maroon silks) finished first in the Beverly D., but was disqualified and placed third.

    Spencer, Beckett Say Beverly D. Appeal Likely

    The jockey and trainer of Secret Gesture (GB), who was disqualified from first to third in the Beverly D. Stakes (gr. IT) Aug. 15 at Arlington International Racecourse, both expect the stewards' decision to be appealed.

  • Lot 778, a filly from the first crop of the stallion Nathaniel, brought 300,000 guineas.

    Nathaniel Filly Tops Tattersalls Foal Session

    A filly from the first crop of the stallion Nathaniel was sold for 300,000 guineas to top the second day of the Tattersalls December Foal Sale as the Nov. 27 session produced gains in gross and average prices.

  • Equiano Colt Stars on Day 2 at Inglis

    A colt from Equiano's first Australian crop sold for $420,000 ($375,113 in United States funds), the highest price ever for a first-season sire in Victoria, on day two of the Inglis Melbourne premier yearling sale March 3.

  • Lot 761, a filly by Sea The Stars, brought 320,000 guineas at the Tattersalls December foal sale Nov. 28.

    Gordon-Watson Tops List at Tattersalls

    Bloodstock agent Charlie Gordon-Watson went to 320,000 guineas ($549,068 in United States funds) for a Sea The Stars half sister to group I winner Spinning Queen at the Tattersalls December foal sale Nov. 28.

  • Lot 144, by Galileo out of Shastye, sold late in the day for a European record price of 3.6 million guineas ($6,084,666).

    Record Price for Galileo Son at Tattersalls

    A Galileo colt sold late in the day for a European record price of 3.6 million guineas ($6,084,666) to M.V. Magnier on day one of Tattersalls' elite Book 1 session of its October yearling sale Oct. 8 in Newmarket.

  • Tigah wins the San Francisco Mile.

    Tigah Pounces for San Francisco Mile Triumph

    A patient ride by Alonso Quinonez paid off for Tigah when he nabbed pacesetter Summer Hit for a neck victory in the $100,000 San Francisco Mile (gr. IIIT) April 27 on the turf at Golden Gate Fields.

  • Nathaniel Retired, to be Syndicated

    Nathaniel, the emphatic winner of last year's King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes (Eng-I) and this year's Eclipse Stakes (Eng-I), has been retired and is to be syndicated at stud.

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    Giants Play Breaks Through in NY Stakes

    Giants Play took advantage of an unpressured lead in the early going and had just enough to hold off Zagora to notch her first stakes victory in the $150,000 New York (gr. IIT) June 25 at Belmont Park.

  • Average at St. Leger Sale Falls More Than 20%

    A Dansili colt commanded the sale-topping price of £200,000 ($327,740 in U.S. funds) as the Doncaster Bloodstock Sales St. Leger yearling auction ended Aug. 26 with downturns of more than 20% in its gross revenue, average price, and median price.

  • Royal Applause Colt Shines in England

    A Royal Applause colt topped the opening session of Doncaster Bloodstock Sales' St. Leger yearling auction bringing £120,000 ($197,765 in U.S. funds) Aug. 25 in England. BBA Ireland's Eamon Reilly purchased the bay yearling for Mark Gittins, outlasting Richard O'Gorman in the bidding.

  • Newsells Stud Sending Yearlings to Keeneland, Saratoga Sales

    Klaus Jacobs' English-based Newsells Park Stud, which has assembled an 85-strong broodmare band in just three years, has unveiled its draft of yearlings to be offered this year at the major northern hemisphere auctions, including four at Saratoga and eight at Keeneland September.

  • Midnight Angel, will race in U.S.

    Tattersalls Session Topper to Race in U.S.

    Klaus Jacobs' Newsells Park Stud, one of the leading purchasers at breeding stock sales in recent years, took home the top lot at the Tattersalls December Sales when buying the twice classic- placed filly Midnight Angel (Acatenango) for 500,000 guineas from Union Stud in Germany.

  • November Sale Coverage From the Magazine: Predictable Downturn

    The Keeneland November breeding stock sale used to be one of the Thoroughbred marketplace's strongest performers. Two years ago, the auction established a world record for gross revenue and sold more horses than ever before. Last year, it offered the largest catalogue in its history, set a new November standard for average price, and erased all existing Keeneland marks for single session gross and the number of horses sold for seven-figure prices. But those days of glory are over now.

  • Twenty Eight Carat, the dam of A P Valentine, brought Monday's top price of $4-million.

    Keeneland's First Session: Down, But Not Out

    The market didn't collapse during the first session of the Keeneland November breeding stock sale. But it was clear from the early results the auction would not keep pace with last year's edition, which established a November record for average price and piled up gross revenues of more than $300 million for the second time in its history.