Camacho ex Perfect Pose colt
Shares Available - 34%
Prices include: Purchase price, Sale House and agents commission, 'Plus 10' registration (if applicable), vetting, transport and training fees until 28 Feb 2018:
25% share available @ £13,500 upfront and £639 per month from 1st March ‘18
15% share available @ £8,100 upfront and £409 per month from 1st March ‘18
10% share available @ £5,400 upfront and £279 per month from 1st March ‘18
5% share available @ £2,700 upfront and £145 per month from 1st March ‘18
2.5% share available @ £1,350 upfront and £80 per month from 1st March ‘18
Purchased at THE sale for 2-year-old winners, the Goffs Premier Yearling Sale, this colt is 'Plus 10' bonus registered and is by CAMACHO, who stands at the renowned Yeomanstown Stud. Described as "the proven source of stakes winning sprinters and two year old's" you can read about his sire here: http://yeomanstown.ie/site/stallions/camacho/ Incredibly, the very week of the sale, Camacho had FIVE 2 year old winners in 24 hours! https://www.racingpost.com/bloodstock/bloodstock-world/fabulous-five-timer-moves-camacho-closer-to-the-upper-echelons/299123
This sale is our favourite yearling sale of the sale's season, given the success we have had from there in the past; namely Lily's Angel, Toormore, Sandiva, Kool Kompany and De Bruyne Horse to name but a few. We simply adore the sort of horse that Doncaster offer; they seem to suit our palate and our trainers. We loved this Camacho colt when we saw him at Manister Stud's barn at the Goffs sales complex. It's fair to say that he was as nice an individual as we saw all week; he ticked every physical box we could wish to see. He the most attractive and loose moving colt and he has a fabulous temperament to boot. A very typical son of Camacho in that he is big and strong but carries all of his muscle so effortlessly with a fluid and purposeful walk, he looks every inch a racehorse to us.
There are few trainers out there who boast a 100% winners to runners’ record when pairing a sire and a trainer but Camacho and Richard Fahey are just that. He has trained 5 of his progeny and every one has been on the score sheet, including our own Jamesway.
His pedigree is fabulous too, he is by a stallion who produces very talented, tough, hardy 2yo runners and winners aplenty. We love Camacho and have had plenty of success with his progeny. This gorgeous dark bay colt looks like being a reasonably sharp and early runner in the late spring of 2018 or early Summer, hopefully debuting before Royal Ascot, just in case that were to become an option for him. He looks hardy and sharp. However, with a pedigree that contains Interval, Continent and Cheyenne Dream there is every reason to believe that he will progress through his 3yo career too; he has the size and substance to back that up. There is plenty of speed in his genes, for instance his dam was by the very quick Amadeus Wolf so we imagine this colt will be very adept at distances around 6f, probably starting off at 5f and possibly staying 7f or perhaps a mile in time.
He's a fabulous individual who we hope can make up into a high class 2yo for 2018.
Trainer Update (13th Feb'): At our owners stable visit last weekend, it is fair to say that no one had a bad word to say about this colt. He’s taken all his work to date very well and is a very uncomplicated and very straightforward colt indeed. We suspect that he is starting to fall in line with his breeding; being by a speedy stallion and out of dam by a speedy stallion. We will now begin to step him up in the intensity of his work and begin to ask one or two questions of him. This will begin to identify the earlier types and the ones who will just require a little more time from Richards two year old's.