Tuesday September 22, 2020

News in Brief

22nd May, 2016

Coolmore Stud, the international thoroughbred horse breeding operation has launched legal proceedings against France-based businessman Robert Nahas.

Coolmore lodged the case in the High Court in Dublin last week. Nahas’s horses are regular fixtures on the French horseracing scene, and several have been bred in Ireland. Attempts to contact him this weekend were unsuccessful.

Run by the Magnier family, Coolmore is one of the world leaders in the stud business, with significant operations...

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