Private sale: £2,000 no VAT
Sire: OASIS DREAM (GB)
Dam: LESSON IN HUMILITY (IRE)
Dam Sire: MUJADIL (USA)
An exciting opportunity is presented to purchase a nomination in the Chapel Stud stallion Coach House. The sire enjoyed a stellar 2019, with the exploits of the high-class Grp-1 placed two-year-old Summer Sands helping to elevate his reputation both on the racecourse and in the sales ring.
Coach House was trained by Aidan O'Brien to win the Listed Marble Hill Stakes as a two-year-old, and also finished second to the subsequent Grp-1 winner No Nay Never in the Grp-2 Norfolk Stakes at Royal Ascot.
A son of stallion-maker Oasis Dream, he is out of the Grp-3 winning and Grp-1 placed sprinter Lesson In Humility, from the family of pattern winners Eisteddfod, Poet's Vanity, Border Control and Boston Lodge.
Coach House's enormous stallion potential was confirmed by his first book numbering no fewer than 110 mares, from which emerged the Listed-placed sprinter The Cruising Lord and numerous other individual winners. A respectable first campaign has since been eclipsed by a superb set of results in 2019.
His progeny have accumulated more than 30 successes between them over the past months, with the headline act undoubtedly being the aforementioned Summer Sands. He was initially sold as a yearling at Ascot for just £2,000, before impressing onlookers as a breezer to such an extent that he made £85,000 when offered back at Ascot earlier this year.
Subsequently sent to trainer Richard Fahey, he was a promising third on racecourse debut at York before breaking his maiden in the Brian Yeardley Trophy at Beverley. He would then run respectably in the Windsor Castle at Royal Ascot and the Gimcrack at York, before confirming himself one of the premier juveniles of his generation with an excellent third to the exciting Earthlight in the Grp-1 Middle Park Stakes.
He followed that performance with a comfortable success in the valuable Listed Redcar Two-Year-Old Trophy, and has since auctioned for 625,000gns at the Tattersalls Autumn HIT Sale and will go into training with Joseph O'Brien next year.
Other key performers for the sire during the 2019 season include the three-time sprint winner Spirit Of May, the unbeaten 84-rated juvenile Magical Max and the promising two-year-old filly Epsom Faithful who has won her two most recent outings.
Such impressive results have seen Coach House's covering fee rise to a career-high mark of £4,000. With an exciting bunch of three-year-olds complementing his next wave of promising newcomers, 2020 promises to be the stallion's best season yet.
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