Sire: HOLY ROMAN EMPEROR (IRE)
Dam: FAIRMONT (IRE)
Dam Sire: KINGMAMBO (USA)
Covering sire: in foal to Maasaat (Ire)
Currently in foal: yes
Foal at foot: yes
Details: colt foal by Garswood (GB)
The highly successful 10-year-old Holy Roman Emperor broodmare Emperatriz, who has produced three winners from three runners to date, is offered for sale alongside her colt foal by Garswood. In addition, she has been scanned in foal to the 2,000 Guineas runner-up Massaat.
The mare and her foal are offered together in a package deal; price on application.
Emperatriz was a talented and consistent performer during her
racing career, winning a seven-furlong maiden as a two-year-old and
a mile handicap at three. She also finished second on a further
five occasions and proved herself under a range of different
circumstances and conditions.
Since having her attentions switched to breeding Emperatriz has compiled an excellent record, with all three of her runners to date being winners.
Her five-year-old daughter Couldn't Could She is a four-time winner at up to a mile and a quarter, whilst her 2016 colt Haadhir was a precocious juvenile who finished second on his racecourse debut, before later winning a Kempton nursery over five-furlongs. Meanwhile, her 2017 Heeraat filly Eglish won three times in a row on the AW earlier in the year and was second on her only start since completing the hat-trick.
Adding to the appeal of this deal is Emperatriz's good and strong colt foal by Garswood.
Garswood has quickly demonstrated that he is a capable young
sire, with his first-crop featuring the Grp-3 winners
Little Kim and Cala Tarida. The
last-named, who went on to be a very narrow fifth in the Grp-1 Prix
de Diane last season, is also out of a Holy Roman Emperor mare.
Such information bodes extremely well for Emperatriz's latest
This package deal is further enhanced by the knowledge that Emperatriz has been covered by the Mickley Stud-based stallion Massaat.
As well as finishing second to Galileo Gold in the Guineas, he was also placed in the Dewhurst and Prix du Moulin and won the Grp-2 Hungerford Stakes as a four-year-old. A half-brother to the Grp-1 Commonwealth Cup winner and fellow sire Eqtidaar, Massaat is standing the 2020 season at a fee of £5,000.
Emperatriz is an attractive and straightforward mare, who has always been easy to get into foal, and comes with an enviable racing and breeding profile. This rare three-horse offer is not to be missed.
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