Coolmore Stud

Coolmore Stud

3367 Golden Highway , Jerry's Plains, NSW, 2330
info@coolmore.com
www.coolmore.com
+61 (02) 6576 4200

Colm Santry - Nominations & Sales Manager
colm@coolmore.com.au
0412 344 566
Paddy Oman - Nominations & Sales
paddy@coolmore.com.au
0408 456 964
Tom Moore - Marketing & Nominations
tmoore@coolmore.com.au
0432 050 940
Brian McGuire - Nominations & Sales
bmcguire@coolmore.com.au
0415 082 512

Stallions standing at Coolmore Stud

Acrobat

Acrobat service fee for 2023 is $13,750

3rd season at stud

Adelaide

Adelaide service fee for 2023 is $5,500

Latest winner: Adelaide's Diamond

Best of Bordeaux

Best of Bordeaux service fee for 2023 is $27,500

2nd season at stud

Churchill

Churchill service fee for 2023 is $22,000

Latest winner: Thesecondatportsea

Fastnet Rock

Fastnet Rock service fee for 2023 is $110,000

Latest winner: Duty

Home Affairs

Home Affairs service fee for 2023 is $99,000

3rd season at stud

Justify

Justify service fee for 2023 is $77,000

Latest winner: Storm Boy

King's Legacy

King's Legacy service fee for 2023 is $27,500

4th season at stud

Pierro

Pierro service fee for 2023 is $82,500

Latest winner: North Channel

Pride Of Dubai

Pride Of Dubai service fee for 2023 is $27,500

Latest winner: Proud Image

So You Think

So You Think service fee for 2023 is $99,000

Latest winner: Lovely Thoughts

St Mark's Basilica

St Mark's Basilica service fee for 2023 is $44,000

3rd season at stud

Starspangledbanner

Starspangledbanner service fee for 2023 is $33,000

Latest winner: Auriel

Wootton Bassett

Wootton Bassett service fee for 2023 is $93,500

Latest winner: Atomic Beauty

Yes Yes Yes

Yes Yes Yes service fee for 2023 is $33,000

5th season at stud

Latest News

The Joe Pride trained So You Think gelding Think About It has charged through the grades this year and looks set to keep his winning run going in Brisbane with a stylish first up victory in the Listed Takeover Target Stakes (1200m) at Gosford on Saturday.
Top class Snitzel colt Best of Bordeaux was second in the Group I ATC Golden Slipper last season and showed he was back to that form at Randwick on Saturday when making the best of heavy 10 conditions to win the Group II ATC Roman Consul Stakes (1200m).
A quinella in the Group II Fujitsu General Silver Slipper Stakes (1100m) at Rosehill for champion stallion Snitzel with the Kacy Fogden-trained Best Of Bordeaux making it two for two when holding the barnstorming finish of Magic, the most expensive yearling sold in Australia last year.
There was plenty of money to suggest that Queenslander Best Of Bordeaux would be hard to beat in Saturday’s Group III Fujitsu General Canonbury Stakes (1100m) at Rosehill, and the son of Snitzel simply ran his rivals ragged.
It is another sensational day of action for the two-year-olds on Saturday with the nominal Golden Sipper favourite Enthaar dominating the betting in the Group III Chairman's Stakes at Caulfield while Rosehill hosts intriguing renewals of the Group III Widden Stakes and  Group III Canonbury Stakes.
Group 1 action with the Makybe Diva Stakes at Flemington where the 'favourite for everything in 2020' Russian Camelot will have the red carpet rolled out, with other highlights being the return of Farnan in a fascinating Group II  Run to the Rose Stakes at Rosehill, and with stakes action and million-dollar babies galore, just buckle up for another magnificent day of racing aroun
As you would expect from a $1,400,000 yearling King’s Legacy looks the part and the son of Redoute’s Choice has ability match, notching his second Group 1 success in succession in Saturday’s Moet & Chandon Champagne Stakes (1600m) at Randwick.
There will be no quiet winding down and fading away for Redoute’s Choice as the late, great son of Danehill went 1-2 in Saturday’s Group 1 ATC Inglis Sires' Produce Stakes at Randwick.
Fresh from his Magic Millions success where he was the leading first season sire, Coolmore’s Triple Crown hero American Pharoah (USA) was quick to make his mark at Karaka on day one with three  yearlings offered and sold highlighted by the colt from Posavina that fetched $575,000.
Waikato bloodstock agent Garry Carvell went home with the horse he wanted on the first day of New Zealand Bloodstock’s National Yearling Sale.
Situated in the lush countryside of the Waikato region, Pencarrow Stud was established by international businessman Sir Peter Vela.
Victorian trainer David Hayes will be in New Zealand later this week as he puts the finishing touches on three-year-old colt Conqueror ahead of Saturday’s $1 million Karaka Million 3YO Classic (1600m).
This nick involving two champion sires is well proven and documented with a two year-old winner last Saturday appearing as the latest example.
A Champion 2YO that won the Karaka Million in 2018, quality Fastnet Rock mare Avantage again showed her class at Trentham on Saturday when scoring a determined victory in the Group I JR & N Berkett Telegraph (1200m) defeating Enzo’s Lad, who had won the previous two editions of the prestigious sprint.
Coolmore’s Golden Slipper winner Pierro is currently the leading sire in the country by earnings and stakes-winners, but has been somewhat flying under the radar at Magic Millions with a filly from Phoenix Park selling on Friday for $550,000.
The first two days at Magic Millions were without a Godolphin purchase, but they moved swiftly in the first hour of trade on Friday to secure two fillies by Fastnet Rock and Snitzel for $600,000 each.
The first Australian bred yearlings by Triple Crown hero American Pharoah were in hot demand at the Gold Coast on Wednesday during the first session of the Magic Millions Yearling Sale with a colt from Derelique selling for $850,000 to record the single highest result for a first season sire.
With his oldest progeny just two year-olds and already including the stakes-winner Tanker, Coolmore’s exciting young sire Pride of Dubai made his presence felt during Magic Millions on Wednesday with a colt from Archangel selling for $620,000.
Coolmore’s Triple Crown hero American Pharoah (USA) finished 2019 as the Champion North American First Crop sire and his first Australian bred offspring have been quick to impress at the Magic Millions Yearling Sale on Wednesday with a colt from Azumi fetching $750,000.
Coolmore’s Triple Crown winner Justify (USA) has just completed his first Australian season at stud covering a star studded book of 132 mares, while in the Northern Hemisphere breeders are now expecting his first foals.

Recent Sales For Coolmore Stud

2024 Classic Yearling Sale - Top price: $230,000
2024 Gold Coast Yearling Sale - Top price: $2,100,000
2024 Gold Coast Yearling Sale - Top price: $1,300,000
2023 Australian Broodmare Sale - Top price: $80,000
2023 Australian Easter Yearling Sale - Top price: $1,750,000
2023 Australian Weanling Sale - Top price: $110,000
2023 Chairman's Sale - Top price: $825,000
2023 Classic Yearling Sale - Top price: $450,000
2023 Gold Coast Yearling Sale - Top price: $460,000
2023 Gold Coast Yearling Sale - Top price: $2,500,000
2023 HTBA Yearling Sale - Top price: $100,000