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potentialmillionaire
12 Sep 17 20:30
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The boycott appears to be over!!

Two Scat Daddies a Galileo and an Australia for Godolphin/Rabbah at Keeneland so far.

A Seismic shift with far reaching consequences.
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Report Posh Paddy September 12, 2017 9:39 PM BST
Indeed the embargo seems to be over.

"The past is the past. Going forward, every prospect will be evacuated on their own merits regardless of sire"

This is a positive development, although I'd imagine it will be concentrated at the top of the market.   Still removing the major negative of having stock by Coolmore Stallions is great news for them and those that use them.
Report potentialmillionaire September 12, 2017 10:08 PM BST
They cannot go mad one imagines because that would mean buying fewer horses by their own stallions which would not be productive. It's a win win for Coolmore because the envisaged improvement in image of their stallions means they will be able to up their stud fees.
Report Eont September 13, 2017 11:43 AM BST
It could be we will buy in America not over here.
Report Big Black Cat September 13, 2017 12:51 PM BST
Perhaps Mr Gosden, who seems to be at the forefront of the buying operation, made his feelings clear?
Report proxygene September 13, 2017 3:17 PM BST
unfortunately, most of my prospects have been evacuated as well.
Report proxygene September 13, 2017 3:18 PM BST
unfortunately, most of my prospects have been evacuated as well.
Report proxygene September 13, 2017 5:10 PM BST
ok it wasn't funny enough to post once let alone twice, but the forum delayed its posting for some reason unless my computer needs evacuating as well
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