Mehmas ex Inverse Colt
Shares Available - 49.5%
The following share prices include: Purchase price, sales house & bloodstock agents commission, 'Plus 10 bonus' registration (if applicable), vetting, transport and training fees until 31 Jul 2021:
25% share available @ £13,500 upfront and £709 per month from 1st August 2021
15% share available @ £8,100 upfront and £439 per month from 1st August 2021
10% share available @ £5,400 upfront and £299 per month from 1st August 2021
5% share available @ £2,700 upfront and £155 per month from 1st August 2021
2.5% share available @ £1,350 upfront and £85 per month from 1st August 2021
1.25% share available @ £675 upfront and £45 per month from 1st August 2021
The MPR and Richard Fahey 2-year-old success story:
We have a superb record with our juveniles trained by Richard. His is our only trainer who has sent 2-year old’s that we have purchased as yearlings, to race at Royal Ascot – every year since 2017!
The owners of Ninetythreetwenty and Ventura Rebel accepted multiple six figure offers for both these 2-year olds and consequently earned a fantastic profit, so we do know how to buy a talented yearling for Mr Fahey to train. Listed and Group winning fillies Sandiva and Lily's Angel were also superstars for us trained at Musley Bank in previous seasons.
In 2020 Ventura Diamond shone when winning the Listed Bosra Sham Stakes at Newmarket, after also winning a Conditions race and lighting up the Qatar Goodwood Festival with a win on her 2nd start. With a Timeform rating of 101, she will be an exciting filly for 2021 as a 3-year-old.
Purchased at the Tattersalls Book 2 Sale, this colt is by the 2020 leading first crop sire in Europe, MEHMAS and is from the family of 2,000 Guineas winner GOLAN.
He has made an electric start to his career at stud with over 60 winners and the likes of the Clive Cox-trained Gr.1 Middle Park Stakes and Gr.2 Richmond Stakes winner SUPREMACY, Gr. 2 Gimcrack Stakes winner MINZAAL, Gr 2 July Stakes winner LINSAIL, Gr.3 winners FAYATHAAN, GOING GLOBAL, KEEPER OF TIME and BEAUTY INSPIRE. Along with 7 Listed winners to date, he is the sire of 14 STAKES WINNERS from his first crop. Supremacy was rated the top British-trained 2yo of 2020 with a rating of 118. Read all about his sire here: http://www.tallyhostud.com/mehmas
Every other year or so, racing unearths a new stallion star and MEHMAS seems to be every inch of that. He broke the all-time record for winners for a first season sire, which is amazing, in a season curtailed by the Covid-19 virus.
A more fluent walker, you couldn’t wish to see, than this colt, so we took no time at all to decide that we wanted him aboard our roster, for Richard Fahey to train.
Watch his walk video here:
We were absolutely thrilled to secure his services for 30,000gns, a figure that we feel represents outstanding value, given the level interest in Mehmas’ progeny, throughout the sales’ season. We feel sure he’ll prove a popular recruit and he looks a really a sharp and early sort for the beginning of the 2021 season. He has all the hallmarks of a high class, early juvenile performer.
We can’t wait to see him on the track.
19th July: MEHMAS continues on his impressive ascent as a sire, with a weekend of high profile winners. "Super run for Mehmas continues with two more notable victories." Read the Racing Post Bloodstock story here: https://www.racingpost.com/bloodstock/bloodstock-latest/super-run-for-mehmas-continues-with-two-more-notable-victories/500996
He has been on a break, as his knees needed to be allowed to mature and this is very common with 2-year-olds as they are so young and maturing, growing and strengthening and as he is quite a heavy topped colt, Richard recommends that we geld him now, to save any delays down the line. Makes sense to do that now, before he gets back into full work and he would need to stop again for the procedure. He has been taking his education work very well to this stage and the break often tends to do the horse the world of good as they haven't really had any time off since the sales and horses cannot grow and work at the same time, it takes too much energy! It’s a very long season and he remains an exciting horse for the coming year and beyond.