The Ontoawinner buying team have been very busy at the recent Goffs and Arqana breeze-up sale and we managed to secure this stunning Colt by hot first season sire Prince Of Lir. He goes into training with Adrian Keatley!

Prince Of Lir has had a fantastic start to his stallion career with The Lir Jet, one of the most impressive 2 year olds we have seen in some time. He rattled up on debut and won the Group 2 Norfolk at Royal Ascot this year.

Prince Of Lir, who resides at Ballyhane Stud is by the mighty Kodiac. He was trained by Robert Cowell and was a superb sprinter. He won a nice conditions race on debut at Beverley and only 2 weeks later he went on to win the Group 2 Norfolk at Royal Ascot, beating a very high class field in the process. Kodiac has produced countless other top class horses to win top class races especially with 2 year olds. Prince of Lir’s first crop fetched up to 260k and his first 2 year olds hit the track this year.

The dam – Ishimagic placed at 2. She is the dam of 4 winners, most notably Honor Oak & Magic Jazz who were both 6 time winners.

Our colt was our top target at the sale. In our eyes, he was the nicest colt available, we had to fight off stiff competition to secure him and we are absolutely delighted he will be wearing the Yellow and White silks; he is real athlete with a good step to him, a real stunning Colt!

Adrian Keatley – Prince Of Lir Colt – 01/07/2020 – “What a lovely horse this is, he was on everyone’s list this week and we had to dig deep to get him, he is an absolute belter of a colt”


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Age: 5
Wins: 4
Places: 6
Sire: Price of Lir
Dam: Ishimagic
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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