Bay 2003
Sadler’s Wells – Request
Distance won over: 10f. to 16f.

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First crop are 4yo’s of 2016

Standing at the Beeches Stud

Fee for 2011: €2,500

A dual Gr.1 winner from the immediate family of Jeremy, Nayef, Nashwan, Unfuwain etc.

Sadler’s Wells is still the daddy
…with five of his sons accounting for seven winners during this year’s festival. Reigning champion sire King’s Theatre and Oscar both added two apiece to their sire’s tally, while Milan, the late Montjeu and his unraced brother Gold Well all celebrated a winner during the week.
Racing Post, 17/03/13

Ask’s only lot offered at the 2015 Doncaster Spring Store Sales sold to Colin Tizzard for £40,000

His first crop son Orchard Thieves realised £115,000 at Tattersalls Ireland’s Cheltenham sale and will now join David Pipe

Ask Nile won a four-year-olds’ maiden point-to-point at Dromahane for trainer Seamus Neville.

Askgarmor won an open maiden point-to-point at Trefoed, defeating older horses, for trainer Matthew Barber.

Just Don’t Ask, won a four-year-olds’ maiden point-to-point at Corbeagh House by 3 lengths.

Ben Rumson won on the flat for trainer Tim Doyle and connections feel that he will make a useful jumping prospect.

More 4YO success for Ask

June 7, 2016

Ask sired another first-crop 4YO point-to-point winner on Saturday when Askgarmor (4g Ask-Karmafair, by Always Fair), bred by C.B. Booth, defeated…

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Coolmore set National Hunt fees

December 21, 2012

Montjeu’s five-time Group 1 winning son Fame And Glory will stand at Grange Stud at a fee of €5,000. Montjeu’s full-brother Gold Well who has made such a bright start to his career with his first runners joins the team…

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1stCoronation Cup-Gr.1, 12f., Epsom, from Youmzain & Look Here.
1stPrix Royal-Oak-Gr.1,16f., Longchamp, by 1½ lengths from five-time Gr.1 winner Schiaparelli.
1stYorkshire Cup-Gr.2, 14f., York, by 6 lengths.
1stGordon Richards Stakes-Gr.3, 10f., Sandown Park.
1stOrmonde Stakes-Gr.3, 13f., Chester, by 2 lengths from Scorpion.
1stCumberland Lodge Stakes-Gr.3, 12f., Ascot, by 2 lengths.
2ndCanadian International-Gr.1, 12f., Woodbine, beaten 2½ lengths by Vinnie Roe with First Charter back in third.
3rdKing George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes-Gr.1, 12f, Ascot, beaten 1¾ lengths by Conduit and Tartan Bearer.

Prix Royal Oak-Gr.1

Coronation Cup-Gr.1