Beat The Bank
Bought as a horse in training from Ireland, Beat The Bank has gone on to win five blacktype races including three group 2s, and a group for King Power Racing and his trainer Andrew Balding.
Madame Dancealot was bought as a horse in training from the Goffs Champions sale at Leopardstown. She went on to win two grade 2’s in the USA and was placed in 4 Grade 1’s. She was then sold for $400,000 dollars after her career. A healty Profit!
Barleysugar was bought out of a Chelmsford handicap to race in the USA. She won a listed race on her first start in the USA and got Graded placed.
In my final year of working for Lillingston Bloodstock, I purchased Mount Nelson from Newsells Park Stud. He has gone on to become on of the most fashionable National Hunt Stallions of 2018. Other National Hunt stallions purchased include Group 1 winner Hillstar and Multiple Group winner Mizzou who both have made good careers.
Spanish Mission is a more recent success story having bought him at the Keeneland Yearling sales he broke his maiden on his second start and was sold to a new owner. He looks to be a very promising horse.
In my first year of working for Lillingston Bloodstock, I was involved in the purchase of Keenes Royale. She went on to become the dam of Ivawood. The multiple Group winning two year old is a stallion at Castlehyde stud. Other notable broodmare purchases include Madame Danvers, Mundus Novus (dam of Consort), Lady Penko and many more.