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Sadler’s Wells Day

Sure, stallions go through good years and bad years with crops of foals, but particularly in terms of producing outstanding turf routers, Sadler’s Wells certainly earned his retirement in 2008, leaving his sons such as Galileo, Montjeu and the red-hot High Chaparral to admirably continue to pump out champions.

Saturday, October 16 should go down as a very good day for Sadler’s Wells. At Newmarket, in the ENG-G1 Dewhurst, both impressive juvenile winner Frankel and runner-up Roderic O’Connor are by Galileo. Read More

 

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