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01 Nov 2017
Ballymacoll Dispersal at Tattersalls continues
The Ballymacoll dispersal continued yesterday at Tattersalls with the sale of 4 colts and 2 geldings | more»

04 Oct 2017
Ballymacoll Dispersal at Tattersalls
The first draft of the 9 Ballymacoll yearlings sold | more»

03 Oct 2017
Beginning of the Ballymacoll Stud Dispersal Sale at Tattersalls
First five yearlings sell for combined 2,575,000gns, with a filly out of Justlookdontouch fetching 1,700,000gns | more»

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Vodnik


Trained by Sir Michael Stoute


Summary

Zamindar

Gone West

Mr. Prospector

Secrettame

Zaizafon

The Minstrel

Mofida

Dance of the Sea

Sinndar

Grand Lodge

Sinntara

River Dancer

Irish River

Dancing Shadow



Origin of Name: 

A water goblin from eastern European folklore.  Composer Antonin Dvorak wrote a symphonic poem entitled "Vodnik" and in his opera "Rusalka" - Vodnik is the name of the father of Rusalka (a Water Nymph).



Note: This horse is Sold