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The Ontoawinner buying team have been busy at the recent Tattersal’s Ireland yearling sales and we managed to secure this cracking filly by Decorated Knight. She goes into training with Adrian Keatley.

Decorated Knight, by Galileo was a winner of eight of his 19 starts. He enjoyed his finest moment when swooping to victory in the Irish Champion Stakes, with the likes of Churchill and Eminent in arrears, having previously been dominant in victory in the Tattersalls Gold Cup at the Curragh. In addition to the Irish Champion Stakes, Tattersalls Gold Cup and Jebel Hatta, Decorated Knight won the Group 3 Meld Stakes, Listed Winter Derby Trial Stakes and Listed Festival Stakes for Roger Charlton. He was also second in the Prince Of Wales’s Stakes to Highland Reel and a closing second to subsequent Group 3 winner Commemorative on his sole start at two. He will have his first runners on the ground in 2021.

The dam – Negotiate won 2 races at 3 years and 28 k in prize money. She is the dam of 2 runners, most notably – Overwrite who was a winner at 2 & 3 and 15k in prize money.

This filly is very reasonably priced and the stallion has been popular at the sales.

Adrian on the Decorated Knight filly:

“She is a fine filly with plenty of bone. The dam was a good horse and has produced a nice horse, this filly was good value.”



2.5% Share

    • Share Price SOLD
    • Monthly Fees SOLD

5% Share

    • Share Price SOLD
    • Monthly Fees SOLD

10% Share

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    • Monthly Fees SOLD

Share prices include: Purchase price, sales house & bloodstock agents commission, vetting and transport. Naming rights are available with a 15% share purchase. One free Owners and Trainers race day badge with a 2.5% share, two free badges with 5% and over.


Age: 3
Wins: unraced
Places: unraced
Sire: Decorated Knight
Dam: Negotiate
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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