Dungar Glory.



We are delighted to add this filly to the string for the 2021 season. She is in training with Adrian Keatley in Malton.

By Cotai Glory who is by Champion sire of 2yos and sprinters Exceed And Excel, Cotai Glory was a tough and consistent performer on the track. A winner of the Gr.3 Molecomb Stakes as a 2yo, he trained on to win the Gr.3 World Trophy at three. He was beaten by just a neck in the Gr.1 King Stand Stakes at Royal Ascot and was placed in multiple Group races worldwide, including the Gr.1 Nunthorpe Stakes at York on two occasions and the Gr.2 Nearctic Stakes at Woodbine. He danced every dance throughout his decorated career and defeated 11 Gr.1 winners including: Battaash, Mecca’s Angel, Profitable, Sole Power, Goldream, Alpha Delphini, Brando and Kingsgate Native. His first yearlings sold for up to 180,000gns while his first 2yos averaged 100,000gns at the Tattersalls Craven Breeze-Up Sale.

He is already the sire 5 first-crop winners including impressive Newmarket scorers FORCA BRASIL and DIG TWO.

This dam was a winner at 3 and has produced 2 winners from 3 runners.

This filly has plenty of size and scope and we would be hopeful of a good season ahead with her.

Shares start at £625 per 2.5%. Naming rights are available when purchasing a 25% share.


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Share prices includes: Purchase price, sales house & bloodstock agents commission, vetting and transport. One free Owners and Trainers race day badge with a 2.5% share, two free badges with 5% and over.


Age: 3
Wins: 1
Places: 2
Sire: Cotai Glory
Dam: Independent Girl
Trainer: Adrian Keatley

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Trainer: Adrian Keatley

About Adrian


Workaholic Adrian served his time as a teenager working for jumps trainer Francis Flood, and rode as an amateur for a few seasons. He then became assistant trainer to Oliver McKiernan for six years. In 2010, he packed his bags and headed out in Australia

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