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Saxon Warrior (JPN)

2015 Deep Impact (Sunday Silence) x Maybe (Galileo)
Coolmore Stud

Unbeaten Group 1 winner at 2 and a brilliant Guineas winner at 3 … by Japanese super-sire Deep Impact … the leading first crop weanling sire in Europe … first Australian weanlings sold for $125,000, $100,000, $95,000, $78,000 etc.

Coolmore Stud

Coolmore Stud

Stands at Coolmore Australia
2021 FEE: $13,750

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
Emma Pugsley - Nominations
epugsley@coolmore.com.au
0421 410 457
Rob Archibald - Racing Manager & Nominations
rarchibald@coolmore.com.au
0438 458 137

Latest News

Strong Tattersalls Book 1 Results for Coolmore Shuttle Sires

Exciting young sire Churchill (IRE) has enjoyed good success with his first Northern Hemisphere bred two year-olds this year and his stock were popular at the Tattersalls October Yearling Sale Book 1 this week.

Strong Orby Sales for Saxon Warrior and Churchill

The two day Goffs Orby Yearling Sale in Ireland this week produced strong results for Coolmore young guns Saxon Warrior (Jpn) and Churchill (IRE), both standing in the Hunter Valley this spring.

Wootton Bassett Super Popular in Ireland

Several Coolmore sires currently in Australia proved super popular with breeders in Ireland earlier this year with their new acquisition Wootton Bassett (GB) covering 244 mares according to Weatherbys.

Winning Debut for Sale-Topping Deep Impact Colt

Trial watchers have been eagerly awaiting the race day debut of expensive Deep Impact colt Profondo and he duly delivered on potential at Randwick on Wednesday with a determined head win that has seen his price cut to $9 for the Group I ATC Spring Champion Stakes (2000m).

Third Oaks Win for Snowfall

The Group I Yorkshire Oaks (1m4f) was run overnight at York and predictably won by race favourite Snowfall, the exceptional Deep Impact filly who is undefeated this year.

€370,000 Saxon Warrior Colt an Arqana Highlight

Coolmore’s dual Group I winning Deep Impact sire Saxon Warrior (Jpn) had strong results last year at the Northern Hemisphere foal sales and he made his presence felt again at the Arqana August Yearling Sale on day two with a stunning colt from his first crop that sold for €370,000 ($A594,494).

Pedigree Table

Deep Impact (JPN) 2002
Maybe (IRE) 2009
Sunday Silence (USA) 1986
Wind In Her Hair (IRE) 1991
Galileo (IRE) 1998
Sumora (IRE) 2002
Halo (USA) 1975
Wishing Well (USA) 1975
Alzao (USA) 1977
Burghclere (GB) 1977
Sadler's Wells (USA) 1989
Urban Sea (USA) 1989
Danehill (USA) 1986
Rain Flower (IRE) 1997
Northern Dancer: 4d x5d x5s

Race Record

At 2
1st - Racing Post Trophy Stakes (1600) Gr.1
1st - Juddmonte Beresford Stakes (1600) Gr.2
1st - Irish Times Irish EBF (C & G) Maiden (1600)
At 3
1st - Qipco 2000 Guineas Stakes (1600) Gr.1
2nd - QIPCO Irish Champion Stakes (2000) Gr.1
3rd - Dubai Duty Free Irish Derby (2400) Gr.1
3rd - Coral-Eclipse (2000) Gr.1
4th - Juddmonte International Stakes (2100) Gr.1
4th - Investec Derby (2400) Gr.1

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2021 STALLION PARADE
EUROPE'S LEADING FIRST CROP YEARLING SIRE
2021 FOALS
EUROPE'S LEADING FIRST CROP YEARLING SIRE
SAXON WARRIOR - 'LITTLE SURPRISE'
STAMPING HIS STOCK
$100,000 FOR SAXON WARRIOR COLT

Saxon Warrior

Exciting young sire Saxon Warrior only had two entries for the Magic Millions National Weanling Sale and both sold for six figures with a colt from Livealifeoflove selling for $125,000 on Thursday and then a filly from Wickedness (USA) selling for $100,000 on Friday.

Consigned by Hopetoun Farm, the filly from well-bred War Front mare Wickedness was snapped up by James Bester Bloodstock.

“From the moment I saw him I liked him, the two Saxon Warriors at this sale have both sold well,” said James Bester.

“Saxon Warrior is one of the most exciting young sires in the world, by Deep Impact, he was a Classic winner and a Group I winner at two.

“This colt was a lovely individual. We bought him for a group that work at Coolmore in farm management, so that shows a lot of confidence in this horse and the stallion.”

Saxon Warrior returns to Australia this spring at a fee of $13,750.

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$125,000 FOR SAXON WARRIOR COLT

Saxon Warrior

Deep Impact’s dual Group I winning son Saxon Warrior posted a pleasing result at the Magic Millions National Weanling Sale on Thursday with an attractive colt from Livealifeoflove selling for $125,000.

A colt with a real international pedigree from imported stakes producer Livealifeoflove, he is a half-brother to US stakes-winner Srumdiddlyumptious and Group I placed Hamsa.

He was consigned by Coolmore and bought by Lacoste Bloodstock.

“He was a really nice horse, a lovely individual and a great mover,” said Coolmore’s Tom Moore.

“He’s typical of what we are seeing from the sire back at the farm.

“This colt will be re-offered next year as a yearling and hopefully there will be plenty of profit in him to come.”

Saxon Warrior returns to Australia this spring at a fee of $13,750, amazing value for a horse of his pedigree and race performance.

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Fee History

2020-$17,600 , 2019-$24,750

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