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11/06/2016 at 23:00:51
KENDARGENT, who is joint leading active French sire on percentage of Black Type Horses by runners in 2016, will stand for €22,000 exc. VAT (live foal) in 2017. The handsome grey, who covered over 480 mares from 2014 to 2016, had a successful year both on the track and in the sales ring this year.

The highlight of his yearling crop was of course when a daughter of his out of Restia, making her a full sister to Gr.1 Diamond Jubilee Stakes third and winner at Group 2 and Group 3 level Restiadargent, sold for 525,000 gns to Juddmonte at Tattersalls.

On the track Goken, who recently retired to stud, took third place in the Gr.1 King’s Stand Stakes at Royal Ascot, Jimmy Two Times won the Gr.3 Prix de la Porte Maillot and was third in the Gr.1 Prix Maurice de Gheest while both Restiana and the two-year-old Xaarino won at Listed level.

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11/06/2016 at 23:00:00
GOKEN who is one of five Group winners to date for Kendargent will become his first son to stand at stud when he takes up duties at Haras de La Huderie for a fee of €5,000 exc. VAT (live foal) in 2017. He showed precocity as a two-year-old when he won the Gr.3 Prix du Bois before finishing third in the Gr.2 Criterium de Maisons-Laffitte. As a three-year-old he took the Gr.3 Prix Texanita before crossing The Channel to be trained by Kevin Ryan for whom he won a Listed race in Lingfield on his first start. In June 2016, Goken beat some of the best sprinters in Europe when finishing third to Profitable in the Gr.1 King’s Stand Stakes at Royal Ascot. Guy Pariente recently made the decision to retire Goken from racing but he has chosen to base the four-year-old at Haras de La Huderie: “It is only five minutes away from Haras de Colleville and I think Beranger Bussy will do a very good job at promoting him. I love Goken as a horse and I have a lot of faith in his future as a stallion.”

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11/06/2016 at 22:52:17
GALIWAY, who will have his first foals in 2017, will stand for the same fee as 2016 of €3,000 exc. VAT (live foal).

This five-year-old son of Galileo is out of a Danehill mare, meaning he is from the same cross as champions such as Frankel, Teofilo and Intello. A Listed winner and Group 3 placed on the track, the striking bay covered an excellent book of mares in his first season with 54% of them being winners, 24% Black Type producers and 15% Black Type performers.

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11/06/2016 at 22:44:36
Haras de Colleville, which currently consists of 65 hectares at SAINT PIERRE AZIF and BRANVILLE as well as 40 hectares at GONNEVILLE-SUR-MER, has expanded once again in acquiring 33 hectares at TORQUESNE. We have also made an annexe of 12 hectares available for the broodmares of our clients which brings the stud to a current total of around 150 hectares (370 acres).

The different parcels of land belonging to the stud are all located close to DEAUVILLE, between 10 and 20 kilometres away, to facilitate ease of access for our many clients using our stallions KENDARGENT and GALIWAY.

The acquisition of this new land will enable us to create four or five new jobs in the near future.
In 2017 we will celebrate our tenth year of existence, making it an important year for the stud.
The different annexes are united under the banner « Haras de Colleville »

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11/06/2016 at 22:43:03
Haras de Colleville and Guy PARIENTE are delighted to announce that SALLY ANN GRASSICK has joined our team.

Sally Ann will be responsible for communication and marketing, representing GUY PARIENTE on racecourses internationally and promoting our stallions KENDARGENT and GALIWAY.

Over the coming weeks Sally Ann will announce the ambitious measures the stud is planning to undertake to commercialise their stallions in order to enter into the international market.

The yellow and white colours of Guy PARIENTE are already well known in France, England and Ireland, thanks to the success of horses such as Goken, Kenhope and Restiadargent at Group level among many others, and plans are in place to expand into the USA in 2017.

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11/24/2014 at 08:20:00
The month of November has once again been one full of success for breeding stud Colleville and its champion stallion Kendargent .
Earlier this month , Goken ( Kendargent ) for whom the season has been full of success, took an excellent third place in the Criterium de Maisons- Laffitte Gr.2 , only 3 weeks after challenge his elders in the Prix de l’Abbaye de Longchamp Gr.1.

His season has been complete, since it began in late March by Prix des Débuts (2nd), to finish in early November with no less than 3 wins and 3 places for 8 outputs, including a remarkable victory at the Prix du Bois Gr.3.

Kenouska also held high the colors of Colleville stud and her father Kendargent by finishing 3rd in the Prix Miesque Gr.3. She becomes Gr3 placed after her great victory in the Prix des Rêves d’Or L.

Meanwhile, Storminator had a beautiful fall season and became the undisputed leader in Enghien steeple, finishing with a brilliant victory in the Prix Leopold Orsetti , Large hurdling Enghien Gr3 after 2 more

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07/25/2014 at 08:15:01
Kendargents’ production 2014 of two years-old are definitely winner’s material!
Once again Kendargents’ daughter, Kenouska, showed all her qualities by winning the Prix de Rêves d’Or L. on July 24th.
Only ten days prior to this victory, Kenfreeze, on July 13th also made his owner proud, b winning the Prix Roland Chambure L.

Victories have been relentless and once again prove all the resources of Kendargents’ products.

Numbers are telling: in 2014, there were six 2-years old runners, three of which became Black Type Winners. A ratio of 50% BTW an unqualified success!

Photo credit: Equidia - Kenouska

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07/07/2014 at 10:00:30
Monday, June 30th on the racecourse of Chantilly took place the Prix du Bois Gr.3, first Gr.3 race of the year for the 2 year old generation. And it is Goken, great hope of Haras de Colleville who easily and brilliantly won the race. He proudly represents the colors of Guy Pariente and the excellency of his father Kendargent, now has three straight wins to his credit and can therefore consider moving along to the next events reserved for its class.

That same day in Nantes, Kenbest did not disappoint his many fans by reviving the victory in the Prix de Haute Foret. The son of Kendargent easily made the difference with two and a half lengths ahead of his opponents.

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