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Coolmore Stud: Ireland's Greatest Sporting Success Story (Paperback)
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Coolmore Stud: Ireland's Greatest Sporting Success Story (Paperback)

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Paperback 288 Pages / Published: 17/02/2017
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Nestled in a quiet part of County Tipperary, Coolmore Stud casts as long a shadow as any sporting entity over the history of Irish sport. Founded by the legendary horse trainer Vincent O'Brien, and now managed by John Magnier, Coolmore Stud has grown from a small breeding farm into a global behemoth, renowned the world over for the quality of the horses it produces. Alan Conway tells the story of how Coolmore Stud and its training operation at Ballydoyle have come to dominate the world of horse breeding and racing. Using the stories of the people involved, including the legendary Syndicate of Magnier, O'Brien and Robert Sangster, and of the famous horses it has produced, such as the legendary 'Sadler's Wells', his sons 'Galileo' and 'Montjeu', and the mighty 'Danehill', this book charts the rise of one of Ireland's greatest sporting success stories.

Publisher: The Mercier Press Ltd
ISBN: 9781781175088
Number of pages: 288
Weight: 780 g
Dimensions: 240 x 168 x 20 mm

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