August 21, 2014
Highclere also triumphed this week as Postponed won the Great Voltigeur Stakes Gr.2 at York, owned and bred by Andrew Stone the Dubawi 3yo was sold by Highclere Stud at the Tattersalls Part 1 sale. Not only did Carolyn Warren do a magnificent job with rearing and preparing him for sale, John and Jake Warren were on the other side of the rope and bid to secure him for 360,000gns for new owner Sheikh Mohammed Obaid and trainer Luca Cumani. Well done team!
July 28, 2014
Telescope, purchased as a yearling by John and Jake Warren, ran his heart out on Saturday to finish second in the King George and was beaten fair and square by the very brilliant Oaks winner Taghrooda who was carrying 15llbs less weight than him. Telescope got the better of the Gr.1 Eclipse winner Mukhadram and in so doing maintained his remarkable record of never having finished out of the first two in all nine of his starts.
July 21, 2014
Postponed adds to list of Stakes Winners purchased by John and Jake Warren when he broke the track record winning the Listed Glasgow Stakes at Hamilton last week. He will now be aimed at the Gr.2 Great Voltigeur at York next month.
East India, sold by Highclere Stud on behalf of Franca Vittadini’s Grundy Bloodstock, won an important 7f maiden at the Curragh on Saturday, a race won in the past by the likes of Teofilo, New Approach and Australia. East India is out of Gr.1 Prix de la Foret winner Field of Hope and is half brother to four individual Group and Stakes performers. He was purchased by Blandford Bloodstock for £650k at Tattersalls Book 1 Sale last year.
June 2, 2012
The Highclere Stud reared and consigned, Camelot, stormed to victory in the Investec Derby (Gr.1) today at Epsom. It was his second Classic success as he also won the Qipco 2,000 Guineas (Gr.1) earlier this year.
Defeat never looked likely for this unbeaten three-year-old trained by Aidan O’Brien for the team at Ballydoyle, and ridden by Joseph O’Brien. Camelot had previously cruised to victory in the Racing Post Trophy (Gr.1) at Doncaster last year, and may have the Triple Crown as a future target.
Aidan O’Brien said: “From day one Camelot has been exceptional so we have taken it race by race rather than been dictated by trip. He was very impressive in his two runs at two and we were over the moon with his first run of the year in the Guineas.”
Camelot was the most expensive yearling by Montjeu in 2010 having made 525,000gns at Tattersalls October Yearling Sale Book 1 when knocked down to Demi O’Byrne. Bred by Sheikh Abdulla Bin Isa Al-Khalifa, he is out of the Kingmambo mare Tarfah, who won the Group 3 Dahlia Stakes.