Tuesday 28 June 2016

EURO 2016 LATEST Visit Euro 2016 Hub

Fri 10th June

Sat 11th June

Sun 12th June

Mon 13th June

Tue 14th June

Wed 15th June

Thu 16th June

Fri 17th June

Sat 18th June

Sun 19th June

Mon 20th June

Sat 25th June

Sun 26th June

Mon 27th June

Thu 30th June

Poland POL

Portugal POR

20:00

Fri 01st July

Wales WAL

Belgium BEL

20:00

Sat 02nd July

Germany GER

Italy ITA

20:00

Sun 03rd July

France FRA

Iceland ISL

20:00


Frankel foal and his dam purchased by Coolmore for €1.43m

Tom Peacock

Published 16/06/2014 | 18:34

Frankel at Banstead Stud, Newmarket
Frankel at Banstead Stud, Newmarket

A son of the great Frankel, together with his dam Crystal Gaze, was sold for €1.43m (£1,150,000) to MV Magnier in the inaugural Goffs London Sale at The Orangery, Kensington Palace this evening.

The colt is the first offspring of the late Sir Henry Cecil's champion to come under the hammer and Crystal Gaze is expecting a second foal by Frankel next year.

Crystal Gaze has already produced the classy sprinter Spirit Quartz, as well as Epsom Dash winner Caspian Prince.

The youngster, who was Lot 65 together with his mother, was consigned by Tweenhills Stud.

Magnier, the son of Coolmore supremo John Magnier, said: "He has been bought for a racing partnership, and there are four different people in it.

"It's a nice, strong colt and the lads really liked it."

Asked where the star attraction would be trained, he said: "It's too early to say, there's plenty of time to think about it."

Tweenhills Stud is owned and managed by David Redvers, who said: "It seems like an awful lot of money to pay for a horse and it's a bit sad to see the whole package go, as the mare is a sweetheart."

The sale was held in association with Sheikh Fahad's Qipco Holding.

Redvers, who manages Sheikh Fahad's Qatar Racing operation, added: "It was fantastic to bring them to London and Sheikh Fahad was very keen to support the sale."

Online Editors

Read More

Promoted articles

Editor's Choice

Also in Sport