Gr.1 winner at 2 years, Classic winner at 3 years & multiple Gr.1 winner from 4 to 5 years – by the ultimate Classic sire Montjeu.
“Classic horses of the calibre of Fame And Glory – who was rated 133 as a 3yo – are rarely seen in the Gold Cup nowadays.”
Timeform Racehorses of 2011
“As well as boasting an excellent race record and pedigree, Fame And Glory is as good-looking a horse as you’ll see”
Albert Sherwood, Grange Stud
Third crop foals in 2016 sold for €42,000, €41,000, €40,000, €36,000, €32,000, €31,000, €30,000, €30,000 etc.
Buyers include Bryan Murphy, Denis Cummins of Rathturtin Stud (x2), Aiden Murphy, Ciaran Conroy of Glenvale Stud (x2), Mark Dwyer of Oaks Farm, Brendan Bashford Bloodstock, John Bleahan of Lakefield Farm (x2), Charles Shanahan, Philip Hore of Mount Eaton Stud (x2), Tim Dennis of Thorne Farm, Gerry Hogan Bloodstock, Richard Rohan etc.
December 11, 2015
Fame And Glory was again a stallion in fashion at the Goffs December National Hunt Sale this week. The brilliant… View Article
January 21, 2014
Fame And Glory sired his first foal when Minch Bloodstock’s Have More produced a bay colt at Castlehyde Stud on… View Article
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… View Article
May 20, 2012
Five-time G1 winner Fame And Glory (6h Montjeu-Gryada, by Shirley Heights) made a pleasing seasonal comeback at Navan on Sunday when landing… View Article
October 15, 2011
Fame And Glory (5h Montjeu-Gryada, by Shirley Heights) kicked off the inaugural British Champions Day at Ascot on Saturday in style when winning the G3 QIPCO British Champions Long Distance Cup under Jamie Spencer. View Article
June 16, 2011
The brilliant Fame And Glory (5h Montjeu-Gryada, by Shirley Heights) enjoyed his fifth G1 success at Royal Ascot on Thursday when winning the G1 Gold Cup in brilliant fashion. View Article
UNBEATEN AT 2 YEARS
1st Maiden, 8f., Navan by 1¾ lengths at 2 years on debut.
1st Criterium de Saint-Cloud-Gr.1, 10f., Saint-Cloud.
CLASSIC WINNER AT 3 YEARS
1st Irish Derby-Gr.1, 12f., Curragh, by 5 lengths.
1st Derrinstown Stud Derby Trial-Gr.2, 10f., Leopardstown by 5 lengths.
1st Ballysax Stakes-Gr.3, 10f., Leopardstown by 1 length & under a 5lb penalty.
2nd Epsom Derby-Gr.1, 12f., Epsom, beaten 1¾ lengths by Sea The Stars.
2nd Irish Champion Stakes-Gr.1, 10f., Leopardstown beaten 2½ lengths by Sea The Stars.
DUAL GR.1 WINNER AT 4 YEARS
1st Coronation Cup-Gr.1, 12f., Epsom, by 1½ lengths from Sariska.
1st Tattersalls Gold Cup-Gr.1, 11f., Curragh, by 7 lengths from Recharge & Chinese White.
1st Royal Whip Stakes-Gr.2, 10f., Curragh, by 3½ lengths.
1st Mooresbridge Stakes-Gr.3, 10f., Curragh, by 5 lengths.
TOP CLASS GR.1 WINNING OLDER HORSE
1st Gold Cup-Gr.1, 20f., Royal Ascot, by 3 lengths from Opinion Poll.
1st British Champions Long Distance Cup-Gr.3, 16f., Ascot, by 1¼ lengths from Opinion Poll.
1st Saval Beg Stakes-L.R., 14f., Leopardstown, by ½ length from Vivacious Vivienne.
1st Vintage Crop Stakes-L.R., 13f., Navan, on his seasonal debut at both 5 & 6 years.
Rated 133 by Timeform
Tattersalls Gold Cup-Gr.1