Holy Roman Emperor ex Gale Green (Galileo) filly
Shares Available - 17%
The following share prices include: Purchase price, sales house & bloodstock agents commission, 'Plus 10 bonus' registration (if applicable), vetting, transport and training fees until 29 Feb 2020:
15% share available @ £6,750 upfront and £424 per month from 1st March 2020
10% share available @ £4,500 upfront and £289 per month from 1st March 2020
7.5% share available @ £3,375 upfront and £225 per month from 1st March 2020
5% share available @ £2,250 upfront and £150 per month from 1st March 2020
2.5% share available @ £1,125 upfront and £82.50 per month from 1st March 2020
Purchased at the Tattersalls Ascot yearling sale, where we purchased Ventura Rebel this time last year - sold on for a high six figure sum, after being unbeaten in our silks.
This filly is by HOLY ROMAN EMPEROR. Read more about her sire here: https://coolmore.com/stallions/holy-roman-emperor. We bought her in conjunction with ace Bloodstock agents Peter and Ross Doyle, responsible for hundreds of top class horses over the years, and recently, most notably, the purchasers of Mums Tipple.
Daughters of Holy Roman Emperor, have been known to win classics, so we dare to dream, in the case of this beautifully bred (out of a Galileo mare no less) filly, to be trained by Scotland’s very best trainer, Keith Dalgleish. She’s Plus 10 Bonus qualified (read more about the scheme here: https://www.plus10bonus.com/ ) and looks very sharp and racy, every inch a likely, early 2yo runner for 2020, in keeping with the likes of our Pattern race performers Clem Fandango and Miss Bar Beach, who we’ve previously had with Keith in recent seasons. Both are now broodmares at Yeomanstown Stud, giving their owners a tidy profit from their sales!
Our filly’s pedigree is packed with 14 black type performers including the classic winner Billesdon Brook, for Richard Hannon. Our filly is out of a proven mare too, a dual winner on the track, she has produced two winners from her two runners to date; two very, very decent performers., to boot. Holy Roman Emperor churns out winner after winner, with many of them proving listed and Group class, so we are already thinking of winning a maiden or novice in the Spring, before a possible tilt at one of the Royal Ascot juvenile fillies’ races in June.
What particularly attracted us to this filly was her pedigree initially, but she has the looks and movement to match; she’s a loose moving individual with a good attitude. She looks robust and eminently trainable. We’d be very disappointed if she were to prove an unsound sort. We carried out a very rigorous vetting of her at the sale, and she passed, with flying colours.
She looks a very exciting sort indeed for 2020 and beyond. With a classic winner on BOTH sides of her pedigree, who knows where she may end up?
Please see a video of her walk and profile attached.
Update (10th October): We are very pleased with this fillys' progress. She has taken the breaking in stages well and is now just ridden away. She is spending time in the arena doing basic flat work and getting used to the riders aids along with trotting/hacking up the 3 Furlongs AWT on Middleham Moor. Please see supporting VIDEOS of her progress in the gallery.