Coolmore Ireland 2020 Brochure

SCAT DADDY STILL BUILDINGON EXPANSIVE LEGACY Scat Daddy ’s death in December 2015 means that he was denied his chance of covering elite mares in 2016, when his fee had been set at $100,000. His fee had never been higher than $35,000 in eight previous seasons, yet these eight crops have so far produced 11 Grade I winners, a dozen Grade II scorers and 14 Grade III winners, with more, surely, still to come. It is well worth reminding everyone that only one of the five colts among Scat Daddy’s 11 Grade I winners is old enough to have had runners, this being No Nay Never . Andrew Caulfield, TDN, 2 Jul 2018

I couldn’t have been more impressed. He’s a beautiful horse. “ “ Ryan Moore, following the Phoenix Stakes

AT 2: 1 st Phoenix Stakes-Gr.1 , 6f, Curragh 1 st Norfolk Stakes-Gr.2 , 5f, Royal Ascot 1 st Maiden, 6f, Cork by 3¾ lengths AT 3: 1 st Lacken Stakes-Gr.3 , 6f, Naas 3 rd Flying Five Stakes-Gr.1

“ he showed a

cracking attitude “ RACING POST, on the Norfolk Stakes-Gr.2


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