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High-class Australian middle-distance performer wins G2 Blamey Stakes

Humidor continued the strong form in Australia for Teofilo when he swept to a convincing victory in the G2 Blamey Stakes at Flemingto

Son of Teofilo wins his second G1 in the Canterbury Stakes

The outstanding form displayed by Happy Clapper last spring continued on his return to racing at Randwick on Saturday when the seven-year-old galloper claimed his second G1 prize i

Darley stallions on parade as part of the ITM Irish Stallion Trail

The Darley stallions based in Ireland for the 2018 season will be available for breeders to view at Kildangan Stud on Friday, 12 and Saturday, 13 January, from 11am to 3pm on both days.

Son of Teofilo continues outstanding NZ form

Teofilo's Irish-bred son Chance To Dance added a ninth career win and a third at Black Type level to his record on Tuesday, 7 Novembe

Son of Teofilo too strong in breakthrough success in Australia

A step up in trip made all the difference to Teofilo's son Weather With You who recorded his first Stak

The Darley stallions have enjoyed another outstanding year on the racecourse, siring 24 G1 winners around the world in 2017. Iffraaj's Champion miler Ribchester heads the line up of new stallions for 2018.

European Champion miler Ribchester will stand at Kildangan Stud for €30,000 in 2018.

Happy Clapper becomes his sire's 14th top-flight scorer in the Epsom Handicap

The unstoppable form of the progeny of Teofilo produced another Australian G1 winner when Happy Clapper raced away with the Epsom Han

Ataraxia survives tight finish in Listed Dulcify Quality at Randwick

The flow of Australasian Stakes winners for Teofilo continued when Ataraxia stepped up to Listed company to record a tenacious win in

Former Irish galloper wins Listed Karaka Classic in New Zealand

The outstanding run of Stakes success for the progeny of Teofilo continued on Sunday, 24 September when his son Chance To Dance lande

Five-year-old wins second G1 in Makybe Diva Stakes

There is no doubting the popularity of Teofilo in Australia, but just to make sure, the classy five-year-old Humidor put away the best field to be ass