Bay201215.3½ hh (1.61 m)
Distance won over: 7f. to 8f.
Galileo - You’resothrilling
Fee for 2019: €30,000

A Champion 2YO & European Champion 3YO Miler

Gleneagles finished first past the post in 5 straight Group 1's!

National Stakes-Gr.1, Prix Jean-Luc Lagardere-Gr.1, 2,000 Guineas Stakes-Gr.1, Irish 2,000 Guineas Stakes-Gr.1, St James's Palace Stakes-Gr.1

"This extremely well-bred individual displayed an impressive set of gears" Andrew Caulfield on Gleneagles' 2,000 Guineas win

“the ultimate stallion’s pedigree” International Thoroughbred

By the world’s greatest sire & sire of sires GALILEO

Out of Cherry Hinton Stakes-Gr.2 (at 2 years) winner YOU’RESOTHRILLING, a full-sister to triple champion sire in North America GIANT’S CAUSEWAY

His yearlings in 2019 have already sold for 400,000gns, 250,000gns, €220,000, 200,000gns, €170,000, €160,000, €160,000, €160,000, €140,000, 130,000gns, €120,000, 120,000gns, €100,000 etc.

The perfect start at stud... His first crop already includes...

  • Royal Lytham won his maiden on debut & the Gr.2 July Stakes at Newmarket for Aidan O'Brien. “I think he’s going to prove the archetype of what Gleneagles will deliver; very genuine horses like Galileo his father.” James Willoughby, Racing TV. Place third in the Gr.1 Phoenix Stakes
  • Royal Dornoch - impressive winner of the Gr.2 Royal Lodge Stakes at Newmarket. Third in the Gr.2 Richmond Stakes at Goodwood. "He was able to compete at a top level over six furlongs and when they can do that and do the same over a mile it’s very exciting. He’s like all of the Gleneagles, they have speed and they’re very tough, very genuine.” Aidan O'Brien
  • Southern Hills won the Listed Windsor Castle Stakes at Royal Ascot for Aidan O'Brien. "Southern Hills is a fast horse. These Gleneagles are fast and brave, those are the two traits his stock seem to have. I think five or six furlongs will be his trip, he's got a lot of speed” Aidan O'Brien
  • Precious Moments - 3¼-length maiden winner at the Curragh & finished runner-up in the Gr.2 Airlie Stud Stakes
  • Highland Chief won on debut over 5f. at Newbury for Paul Cole & owner/breeder Mrs Fitri Hay. Third in the Listed Chesham Stakes at Royal Ascot.
  • Silence Please - unbeaten in 2 starts for Jessica Harrington
  • Ultra Violet won a Newmarket maiden by 8 lengths on debut for Ed Vaughan. “a show of undeniable class as the Ed Vaughan trainee slammed her rivals by upwards of eight lengths over six furlongs to earn TDN Rising Star status.” TDN
  • Auchterarder - bolted up on debut over 5f. at Beverly for Mark Johnston. "An impressive debut from the winner, who clocked a time 2.14 sec faster than the winner of the second division." Racing Post
  • Royal County Down - dual winner for Aidan O'Brien
  • Curlew - won the Prix Olivier Tirlot on debut for Yan Durepaire
  • Freyja - dual Novice Stakes winner for Mark Johnston
  • Whatabird - maiden winner at Haydock for Richard Fahy
  • Daily Times - 5-length maiden winner at Southwell for John Gosden
  • Taranta - bolted up by 4½ lengths at Vichy for Mlle J. Soudan
  • Oslo - winner at Chelmsford for Sir Michael Stoute
  • L'Aigle - maiden winner at Compiegne
  • Alpha Wave - maiden winner at Sapporo
  • Smart Rag - 6 length maiden winner on debut at San Siro
  • Tabera - 4¾-length maiden winner in Germany
  • Nordic - maiden winner on debut at Ovrevoll