News and Updates from Tinnakill

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Looking back, looking forward

In the bloodstock world, everything revolves around the breeding season. After all, that’s the period of production: foals are born, mares go back in foal and so the cycle continues.

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Christmas at Tinnakill

Christmas Greetings

Warm Christmas greetings to all who’ve crossed our path this year, whether clients, suppliers or friends, from Dermot, Meta, Ian and all the team at Tinnakill House. Go n’eirigh an bothar libh.

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Work in progress

As we wind down for Christmas 2014, we look back on another successful year for Tinnakill House, with progress the underlying theme.Progress is measured in many ways, and we are delighted with the 2014 foal crop, with how the yearlings sold, and the success of the recent foal and mare sales.

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Gleaming coat (Mastercraftsman ex Shining Hour)

40 Shades of Bay (and Chestnut and Brown and Grey)

Over the coming four weeks forty foals and mares will go through the sale ring under the Tinnakill House banner. For our homebred foals, this huge logistical exercise began with planning the mating, sharing the news of newborns and watching the foals grow and mature.

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France

France

We occasionally base mares permanently in France or alternating between France and Ireland (French assimilated). This makes their progeny eligible for the attractive French owners’ and breeders’ premium schemes in France

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The USA

The USA

Tinnakill Bloodstock is a partner in Lemons Mill Farm in Lexington, Kentucky and we board some mares there.

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The UK

The UK

We own a number of mares in partnership with Eric Cantillon who is based at Herringswell Manor Stud near Newmarket.

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