Getaway conformation

Bay 2003
Monsun – Guernica
Distance won over: 12f. to 15f.

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Stands at Grange Stud

First crop are 4yo’s of 2016

Fee for 2011: €3,500

Getaway is an own-brother to Italian Oaks-Gr.1 winner and Yorkshire Oaks-Gr.1 runner-up GUADALUPE. From the family of multiple Group 1 winners ALEXANDER GOLDRUN and GOLDIKOVA.

Rated 127 by Timeform in 2009 – the equal of Champion Stakes winner Twice Over.

GETAWAY inevitably drew comparisons with the same connections’ Shirocco and Manduro, [both also by Monsun] but that’s well warranted, as he looks top class.” Timeform, following the Jockey Club Stakes.

Already the sire of smart winners…

Getaway Whiskey won a bumper by 8 lengths
“The odds-on favourite was different gear in this bumper… The 4yo was very raw once sent on, suggesting plenty more to come for the added experience, and the future looks bright.” Racing Post

All Currencies won at Bellurgan by 3 lengths on debut
All Currencies put in a fine debut performance to win here and appeared to have plenty in hand. This daughter of Getaway appears to have plenty of ability and should have little difficulty translating this under rules.”

Getabird won the 4YO Geldings Maiden by 4 lengths at Largy and will now join Champion trainer Willie Mullins after selling for €200,000 at the Goffs’ post-racing sale at Punchestown
looks a smart four-year-old who has the gears to drop back in trip”

Cool Getaway won the 4YO Geldings Maiden by 3 lengths at Tattersalls on debut
“was clearly highly thought of at home…Out of a bumper-winning mare, this four-year-old winner will be an exciting prospect under Rules. He has the pace to take a Bumper before appearing to possess the potential to rise to a very high level over obstacles.”

Agamemmon won at the Wilton Hunt Point-to-Point by 8 lengths and a Bumper
Agamemmon is by Getaway, he’s a son of Monsun and a sire to keep a very close eye on… His offspring are correct, very good looking and have ability in spades” Tom Lacey

Talkischeap three-time winner including a 4YO Maiden on debut by 6 lengths
“very impressive against other winners and will improve further…clearling a talented sort.”

Verdana Blue won a bumper at Killareny
“She is a nice mare and I’ve always liked her and think a lot of her. She’ll go places” trainer, Edmond Kent

Classy debut winner for Getaway

November 21, 2016

Cool Getaway (4g Getaway-Coolnacarriga, by Saddlers’ Hall) brought more first-crop success for Getaway when scoring on his first start at Tattersalls…

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Third win for Getaway 4yo

November 9, 2016

Donnchadh Doyle’s gutsy four-year-old Talkischeap (4g Getaway-Carrigmoorna Oak, by Milan) had his third career pointing success at the weekend when…

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Dual Group 1 winner

1stDeutschland-Preis-Gr.1, Dusseldorf, 12f.
1stGrosser Preis Von Baden-Gr.1, Baden-Baden, 12f., (by 3 lengths from Dubai Sheema Classic winner Eastern Anthem and Youmzain).
1stJockey Club Stakes-Gr.2, 12f. Newmarket (by 3¾ lengths from St. Leger winner Sixties Icon despite conceding 3lbs to him).
1stGrand Prix de Deauville-Gr.2, Deauville (by a length from Doctor Dino).
1stPrix Kergorlay-Gr.2, Deauville.
1stPrix de Lutece-Gr.3, Longchamp.
4thPrix de l’Arc de Triomphe-Gr.1, Longchamp (beaten 1¾ lengths by Dylan Thomas, Youmzain and Sagara).

Rated 127 by Timeform in 2009

Grosser Preis von Baden-Gr.1

Deutschland Preis-Gr.1

Jockey Club Stakes-Gr.1