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Sire High Chaparral Beginning to Emerge

High Chaparral retired to stud at Coolmore hot on the heels of his fellow Sadler’s Wells sons Montjeu and Galileo, who were among the very best of Sadler’s Wells’ sons as runners and have turned out to be his most outstanding stallion sons. High Chaparral is beginning to emerge from the shadows cast by the two giants, however, and in the last 12 months he has had group and grade I winners on three different continents.


While not generally credited with the brilliance displayed by Montjeu and Galileo, the record shows that High Chaparral was a remarkable racehorse.



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