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News Archive for October 2012

Nathaniel wins the Coral Eclipse

Nathaniel to be syndicated


Nathaniel, the emphatic winner of last year’s Group 1 King George and Queen Elizabeth Stakes and this year’s Group 1 Eclipse Stakes, has been retired and is to be syndicated.  A son of the world's leading stallion, Galileo, and perhaps the finest living broodmare, Magnificient Style, Nathaniel retires to stud as the winner of two of Europe's best races and over £1.45 million in prize money.

Rite of Passage

Rite Of Passage wins the Qipco British Champions Long Distance Cup


The Newsells bred and sold, Rite Of Passage, made an incredible comeback to win the Qipco British Champions Long Distance Cup (Gr.3) at Ascot today having been off the track for 510 days.

Sea The Stars ex Yummy Mummy yearling Oct12

3 Newsells yearlings realise over 500,000gns at Tattersalls


The Tattersalls October Yearling Sales Book 1 consignment from Newsells Park Stud was extremely well received this week with some excellent results. Three yearlings realised over half a million guineas, most notably a Sea The Stars colt out of Yummy Mummy (Lot 360), an own sister to Fame And Glory, who became the most expensive of his sire's yearlings when knocked down to David Redvers Bloodstock for 575,000gns.

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See our Tattersalls October Yearling Sales consignments


Newsells Park Stud has been fortunate enough to have bred 12 Group or Stakes winners in the last 18 months, including 2 Gr.1 winners. Our Tattersalls October Yearling Sales Book 1 consignment comprises of 16 yearlings, with lots by Dalakhani, Danehill Dancer, Dansili, Exceed And Excel, Galileo, Manduro, Monsun, Montjeu, Oasis Dream, Pivotal and Sea The Stars.

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Quiz winners announced


Thank you to all those who competed in our fun online sports quiz. The quiz is now closed and it proved hugely competitive. The winner was the speedy Italian, Mirco Giusti, who was determined not to be beaten in terms of time once he had achieved 10 out of 10 right answers.