Shalaa colt.

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The Ontoawinner buying team have been very busy at the recent Goffs and Arqana breeze-up sale and we managed to secure this gorgeous Colt by Shalaa who goes into training with Adrian Keatley!

Shalaa was an outstanding two year old for John Gosden and Al Shaqab Racing, culminating in winning the Group 1 Prix Morny and Group 1 Middle Park Stakes. He was also a winner of the Group 2 July Stakes and the Group 2 Richmond Stakes. At 3, he returned to win the Group 3 Bengough Stakes before being retired to stud. This season sees Shalaa have his first runners and he has made a good start, registering 2 winners and the 3rd in the Group 2 Coventry Stakes at Royal Ascot with surely more to come. His offspring have been hugely popular at the sales.

The Dam – Miracle Seeker was a smart performer on the track, she won the listed Oaks Trial and was placed at Group 3 level. As a mare, she has produced 4 winners from 4 runners including the Black-Type performer Loaves And Fishes who won 2 races and was placed at Listed level!

Our colt is a fantastic specimen, he has plenty of quality about him and we simply had to have him, he is a lovely horse and we couldn’t be happier with our purchase!

Adrian Keatley on the Shalaa Colt – 01/07/2020 – “This fella is a quality animal, he has plenty of quality about him and I can’t wait to get going with him; he’s an absolute belter of a horse with an excellent pedigree.”

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Details

Age: 2
Wins: unraced
Places: unraced
Sire: Shalaa
Dam: Miracle Seeker
Trainer: Adrian Keatley

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Trainer: Adrian Keatley

About Adrian

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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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