Horses for Sale

If you are interested in any of the horses below please contact us by Email: or phone the office on Tel: +44 (0)1653 698915 unless otherwise stated. Click on lot numbers or horse's name for pedigrees.


Lot NoDescriptionHorse
Camacho x Nateeja Bay Filly
This filly was purchased by Richard at the Tattersalls Ireland Sale in Newmarket on the 21st September for £10,000. Our filly is by the well known sire, Camacho.

Camacho only had a brief racing career, running six times. He finished second in the Group 3 Jersey Stakes and won at Listed level.

By the brilliant sire of sires Danehill, Camacho has been an excellent source of winners since
his retirement to stud in 2006. To date, he has produced fifteen Group and Listed winners. This number is headlined by the Classic winning filly Teppal, who landed the French 1000 Guineas in 2018.

The dam, Nateeja was ridden during her racing career by our own Paul Hanagan who told us she had a great attitude and stayed really well. She is from the family of champion race mare Moonlight Cloud and by the brilliant broodmare sire Shamardal. She adds a blend of stamina to the pedigree to go with the sires Camacho's speed.

Nateeja’s half-sister by Nayef, Hawaafez reached an Official Rating of 110. The highlight of her career
was a game, front-running success in the Group 3 Cumberland Lodge Stakes at Ascot in 2012."
Cotai Glory x Sava Sunset Bay Colt
This good looking colt was purchased by Richard at the Tattersalls Ireland Sale on the 21st September for £10,000. Richard decribes him as a well balanced and racy individual.

Cotai Glory the racehorse was second in the Group 1 King’s Stand Stakes at Royal Ascot in 2016 and won
a pair of Group 3s namely the Molecomb Stakes as a two year old over 5 furlongs at Goodwood and the
Dubai International World Trophy Stakes at Newbury over 5 furlongs as a four year old.

Cotai Glory the stallion has made a very good start to his career at stud. He is comfortably leading the European first crop sires table by number of winners and he sits second by order of prize money. His first crop includes the very impressive Group 2 winning Atomic Force and the Royal Ascot placed Eldrickjones.

The unraced Sava Sunset is the dam of our colt, her sire Manduro was a Group 1 winner and produced the mare Coplow who is the dam of 1000 Guineas winner Billesdon Brook.

Sava Sunset herself has already produced two winners from four runners, Sandret being the best of her offspring, winning three races in total, including on debut, reaching an official rating of 90."
Camacho x Prying Pandora Bay Colt UNNAMED 2020 BAY COLT BY CAMACHO (IRE) EX PRYING PANDORA (FR) (2013)
A well-made, easy-moving Colt with a good walk, size and scope.

'Let's Go Racing 1' has just a few 6.5% Shares still available in this unnamed Yearling Colt. This is an opportunity to become involved in 'Full Ownership' of a Racehorse, in the hands of one of the UK's top Trainers, on a basis that represents true value-for-money.

The Partnership is run by John Wicks who has managed 'Let's Go Racing 1' horses in Training with Richard Fahey since 1999.

Our last horse – now retired – was the exciting 'Luis Vaz De Torres', a Breeze-up purchase for just £22,000 and the winner of 10 races and over £80,000.

Please see the below link for full details."
Camacho x Viletta Bay Colt

This good looking, racy, bay colt was bought by Richard at the Tattersalls Ireland September Yearling Sale. He represents outstanding value at £19,000. His sire Camacho is a tried-and-tested producer of talented and robust performers, and a good source of two-year-old winners. The dam, Viletta is a black-type Doyen mare, who achieved a peak BHA rating of 98. She won two races at two-years, including a Listed Race over 7½ furlongs, whilst also finishing sixth in the 2013 German Oaks. She has so far produced two winners from three foals.
Shares in this colt cost £4,000 for 1/12 ownership (8.34%) with all training and racing costs (and all veterinary fees) included for the 2022 season (up to 31 October 2022).
Unfortunatley x Broughton's Jewel Bay Colt

Richard and Robin picked out this well-made, good-walking, bay colt for us at the Goffs UK Premier Yearling Sale at Doncaster. At a purchase price of £20,000, he was and is fantastic value. He is from the first crop of Unfortunately, the winner of the Group 1 Prix Morny, France’s premier two-year-old race. In 2017, he won it in the second fastest time ever recorded. The dam, Broughton’s Jewel is an unraced daughter of the Group 1 winning miler, Bahri. She has produced three multiple winners from four runners to date.
We are offering shares in this colt for £4,000. This buys 1/12 ownership (8.34%) with all training and racing costs (including all veterinary fees) covered for the 2022 season (up to 31 October 2022).
Lot 40 Kodiac x Babylonian Bay Colt
Purchased from Ireland's premier sale; The Goffs Orby, this colt is by the super sire KODIAC. He’s a sire sensation; having ascended to greatness amongst the stallion ranks in recent times, siring the top-class horses Hello Youmzain, Gifted Master, Kodi Bear, Tiggy Wiggy, Nando Parrado, Adaay, Prince Of Lir, Best Solution etc etc. He is the top European sire of 2 year old's at present (see the gallery) and three Royal Ascot winners, in a day, is unprecedented, outside of the Coolmore Stallions’ cohort.

Furthermore, the “Magic Cross” i.e. Kodiac and a Shamardal mare have produced Group 1 performers HELLO YOUMZAIN, GIFTED MASTER and most recently, Umm Kulthum (3rd in the Cheveley Park for Richard Fahey). Literally 2 of the 3, top Kodiac’s ever, have hailed from the “Magic Cross” mating.

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Lot 876 Mehmas x Inverse Bay Colt
Purchased at the Tattersalls Book 2 Sale, this colt is by the leading first crop sire in Europe, MEHMAS and is from the family of 2,000 Guineas winner GOLAN.

Every other year or so, racing unearths a new stallion star and MEHMAS seems to be every inch of that. He’s most probably going to break the all-time record for winners for a first season sire, which is amazing, in a season curtailed by the Covid-19 virus.

A more fluent walker, you couldn’t wish to see, than this colt, so we took no time at all to decide that we wanted him aboard our roster, for Richard Fahey to train.

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