- The Facts
- Stallion Race Record
- Sire Summary
- Vet Requirements
- Gr.1 winning 2yo, Classic placed 3yo
- Precocious and Fast! Only Gr.1 winning 2YO colt by Lope de Vega to win over 6 furlongs
- Winner of the Gr.1 Phoenix Stakes by over 3 lengths, beating St. Mark’s Basilica and Laws Of Indices
- Covered 151 mares in an excellent first book inc. Scarlett Rose (dam of Gr.1w Blue Point), Plying (dam of Gr.1w Alcohol Free) etc
- 72% of his first book of mares contain siblings or ½ siblings to BT performers
|Lucky Vega (IRE) (2018)||Lope de Vega (IRE) (2007)||Shamardal (2002)||Giant's Causeway (1997)|
|Helsinki (GB) (1993)|
|Lady Vettori (GB) (1997)||Vettori (IRE) (1992)|
|Lady Golconda (FR) (1992)|
|Queen of Carthage (2009)||Cape Cross (IRE) (1994)||Green Desert (1983)|
|Park Appeal (IRE) (1982)|
|Satwa Queen (FR) (2002)||Muhtathir (GB) (1995)|
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Lucky Vega Results
Winner of 2 races and €343,555 from 2 to 3 years (6f)
At 2 Joint 4th top rated 2yr old colt in Ireland in 2020.
Won Phoenix Stakes, Curragh, Gr.1, (6f.) beating The Lir Jet and Aloha Star
Irish Stallion Farms E.B.F. Maiden Stakes, Naas, (6f.) beating Lipizzaner and Alex D
Second in Middle Park Stakes, Newmarket, Gr.1, to Supremacy
Second in Railway Stakes, Curragh, Gr.2, to Laws of Indices.
At 3 Second in St James’s Palace Stakes, Ascot, Gr.1, to Poetic Flare
Third in 2000 Guineas, Newmarket, Gr.1, to Poetic Flare and Master of The Seas by a neck.
Fourth in Irish2000 Guineas, Curragh, Gr.1, to Mac Swiney
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Basic Vet Requirements before covering may take place at the Irish National Stud for full Vet Requirements please click here.
Mares will not be accepted for covering until all the above documentation and a signed contract has been lodged with the office. It is therefore, advised that this should be done as early as possible, to prevent a delay at the time of covering.
All mares must have a fully executed nomination contract lodged with the office prior to presentation for covering.
Due to changes in EU Transport Regulations, passports must accompany the mare to stud and will be returned with the mare at the time of her departure.
All mares require a negative test result, dated after January 1st 2023 for the following:
EHV 1.4 & ROTA VIRUS VACCINATIONS:
It is advised that mares coming to foal at the Irish National Stud should be vaccinated against “virus abortion” and Rota Virus.
The Irish National Stud reserves the right to instruct their Veterinary Surgeons to carry out any necessary examination or treatment, at the owner’s expense.
The Irish National Stud reserves the right to amend these requirements in alignment with any changes to Department of Agriculture Guidelines.
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