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Coolmore announced fees for their new boys by Galileo - champion two year old in Europe and dual Guineas wiiner Churchill will stand at fee of €35,000 next season, same price as Epsom and Irish Derby winner Australia. Highland Reel will stand €17,500. See the table with 1st season fee of other Galileo's sons at Coolmore together with Galileo.

Posted 11/08/2017

The Gr.1 Kikuka Sho (Japan St. Leger) winner Kiseki in not only the first Gr.1 winner by Queen Elizabeth II Cup winner Rulership (King Kamehameha), but also very first blacktype winner out of mare by multiple champion sire Deep Impact (Sunday Silence).

Posted 10/23/2017

Darley bred 3yo filly Crystal River, winner of Sunday's Prix Casimir Delamarre (L) in Chantilly, became the seventh blacktype winner for "Darley nick" Dubawi x Singspiel.

Posted 10/16/2017
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Blacktypepedigree Notes Archive
Galileo, Coolmore and 1st Season Fees 11/08/2017 Danehill in the Fourth Generation 02/01/2017
Deep Impact in New Role 10/23/2017 Raise The Flag for Hasili! 01/25/2017
Seventh blacktype winner for cross DUBAWI x SINGSPIEL 10/16/2017 Mark of Esteem’s Lucky Fifty 01/18/2017
First Gr.1 winner for Harbinger 10/15/2017 Win Legend, A Son of Sunday Silence Successful in India 01/10/2017
Fifth blacktype winner for nick Exceed And Excel x Snippets 10/01/2017 The Numbers of Broodmares Get Stabilised 01/03/2017
1-2 for cross WAR FRONT x GALILEO 09/30/2017 South America the Stronghold of Galileo’s Sons 12/21/2016
First Gr.1 winner for Sepoy 09/30/2017 Screen Hero, Admire Moon and the Others 12/14/2016
3rd Group winner from Frankel's second crop 09/28/2017 Remembering Royal Academy 12/06/2016
New Blacktype Stallion by Galileo 09/28/2017 Black Tide No Longer Just Deep Impact’s Brother 11/29/2016
17 for Frankel 09/27/2017 Stud Season in England and Ireland – One Tenth of All Mares Covered by Galileo’s Sons 11/22/2016
Sons of Deep Impact, St. Leger Trial and Two Thousand of Broodmares 09/20/2017 Miesque and Her Brother 11/16/2016
Galileo, Montjeu and Giant’s Causeway’s Sisters 09/14/2017 Will Beholder Be a Successful Dam? History Gives Her a Chance of 50 Per Cent. 11/09/2016
Street Cry, His Daughters and One Connection of Interest 09/05/2017 Monsun as we don’t know him 11/02/2016
Hundred Stakes Winners out of Machiavellian’s Sons’ Daughters 08/16/2017 Reports of Mares Bred 2016 - Most Demanded Sires and Their Lines in This Year’s Stud Season in North America 10/25/2016
Hungary and Montjeu’s great granddaughter 08/09/2017 Machiavellian, Exceptionally Successful and Universal Sire of Broodmares 10/18/2016
Three Interesting Pedigrees of Weekend Winners 08/02/2017 Sky Beauty - North American Champion whose Blood Excels in South America Today 10/12/2016
Sons of Rock of Gibraltar and Their Way to Better Their Sire 07/26/2017 Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe Female Winners and Their Families 10/05/2016
300x Park Appeal + 3x Park Appeal Squared 07/11/2017 Teofilo - Still Most Successful Galileo’s Son at Stud 09/30/2016
Remembering Nashwan 07/06/2017 Young Dansili’s Sons In Front of Stakes Races Door 09/21/2016
Eleven Royal Ascot Mares 06/28/2017 Cross Qualified for Achievement 09/13/2016
Senga, The Most American Winner of the French Oaks in History 06/21/2017 Serena’s Song Sounded Through Saratoga 09/08/2016
Belmont Stakes Winners at Stud 06/14/2017 Fairy Bridge Family with Black-type Win after Nine Years 08/31/2016
Enable, First Gr.1 Winner Closely Inbred to Sadler’s Wells 06/06/2017 Galileo and Pivotal, how do they get along? 08/24/2016
Rey de Oro, Pedigree-wise Untypical Winner of the Japanese Derby 05/31/2017 Promising Start of Mineshaft’s Son Dialed In 08/16/2016
Third Classic Winner for Dubawi’s Son Poet’s Voice 05/24/2017 Weekend Belonged to Progeny of Seeking The Gold’s Daughters 08/09/2016
Poule d’Essai des Poulains Proves the Renaissance of French Stallions 05/17/2017 Excellent Start of More Than Ready’s Son Gimmethegreenlight 08/02/2016
From Lexington to Empire Maker 05/10/2017 Four Central European Derby Winners 07/20/2016
Group Double for Northern Trick Family 05/04/2017 Tapit in New Role 07/12/2016
Better Times for Harbinger ahead? 04/26/2017 Height of Fashion’s Strong Influence 07/06/2016
Epitome and Her Influence 04/19/2017 Grand Daddy in Scat Daddy’s Footprints 06/28/2016
Pretty Polly and the Kentucky Derby 04/12/2017 Choisir Likes It at the Royal Ascot 06/22/2016
Iffraaj Far from Being Just a Sire of Two-Year-Olds 04/05/2017 Lure lives not only through Orpen 06/15/2016
Sons of High Chaparral at Stud 03/29/2017 From Eclipse to Cape Cross 06/07/2016
Barathea Exceeds Himself 03/22/2017 Danehill Dancer’s Good Times 05/29/2016
Remembering Detroit 03/15/2017 Chocolate Memory of Talented Stallion 05/25/2016
Decorated Knight and a New Service by Blacktypepedigree 03/09/2017 Carnegie Builds Himself the Position of a Successful Damsire 05/17/2016
Danehill with Mr Prospector – Key to Success in Blue Diamond Stakes 03/03/2017 Will Zacinto Become the Zoffany of New Zealand? 05/11/2016
Master of Hounds, Sixth Black-Type Sire of the Kingmambo x Sadler’s Wells Cross 02/21/2017 Galileo’s Success in This Year’s Guineas from the Historical Perspective 05/04/2016
Arrogate, Unbridled’s Song and Saudi Arabia 02/14/2017 Opera House, the Most Successful Representative of Sadler’s Wells’s Blood in Japan 04/27/2016
Street Cry and Shamardal Together in BT Horse Pedigree again 02/08/2017 The Most Often Used Crosses at Stud Today 04/19/2016

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