Synonyms for mastercraftsman or Related words with mastercraftsman
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In the 2008 European Thoroughbred Rankings, Bushranger was given a rating of 121, making him the second-best juvenile of the year, one pound behind
Mastercraftsman's first race of 2009 was the English 2000 Guineas ridden by Pat Smullen. The race was won by Sea the Stars with
finishing in 5th place and behind Aidan O'Brien's other runner Rip Van Winkle. Success came in the Irish version of the classic with
going starting favourite and going on to win by 4 and a half lengths. A few weeks later He returned to England to win the St. James's Palace Stakes at Royal Ascot.
contested the International Stakes and Irish Champion Stakes finishing 2nd and 3rd place respectively behind winner Sea the Stars. He easily won the Group 3 Diamond Stakes as odds on favourite before a trip to the Breeders' Cup. He was favourite to win his last race the Breeders' Cup Dirt Mile but could on manage 4th place behind the Kentucky Cup Classic winner Furthest Land.
In the 2008 European Thoroughbred Rankings, Crowded House was given a rating of 120, making him the third-best juvenile of the year behind the Irish colts
In August 2009, Sea the Stars won the Juddmonte International Stakes at York. Scaring off most of the opposition, he faced only four other horses were left in the race, three of them from Ballydoyle.
, winner of four Group I races including the Irish 2000 Guineas and the St. James's Palace Stakes at Ascot, was the main opposition, with the two others acting as pacemakers. Tracking
throughout the race, Kinane followed Johnny Murtagh through a narrowing gap created by the two pacemakers at the beginning of the straight. Sea The Stars powered past
in the last furlong, taking the Group I race by a length and breaking the track record by 0.8 seconds.
Kingston Hill is a grey colt bred by Ridgecourt Stud and foaled on 15 January 2011. He was one of the first crop of foals of
, which also included graded winners The Grey Gatsby, Amazing Maria and Craftsman. As a two-year-old
won the Group 1 Phoenix Stakes and National Stakes and was crowned Cartier Champion Two-year-old Colt in 2008. As a three-year-old he went on to record victories in the Irish 2000 Guineas and St. James's Palace Stakes before being retired to stud.
In 1997, he was retired from racing to stand as a stallion at Coolmore Stud, where he became a successful sire, producing over 80 Group or Grade race winners, including Again, Choisir, Speciosa,
, Lillie Langtry and Dancing Rain. In 2009,
won the Irish 2,000 Guineas and St. James's Palace Stakes, and Again won the Irish 1,000 Guineas. These victories, along with successes from two-year-olds Alfred Nobel and Lillie Langtry, helped Danehill Dancer be crowned champion sire in Great Britain and Ireland that year. Danehill Dancer was at Coolmore Stud for his entire stud career, often travelling to Australia for the Southern Hemisphere breeding season, and was retired in 2014 due to declining fertility. Both Choisir and
, who are also now stallions at Coolmore, have made promising starts as sires.
Crafts are divided into separate halls. These Halls are both places of work and a social structure. A Crafthall may range from a humble Fisher's shack on a rocky coast to the great craft complexes like Smithhall at Telgar or the Harper-Healer Hall at Fort. Generally, one or more crafthalls are recognized as being the center of learning for their craft are generally identified as Major Crafthalls, the rest being considered Minor Crafthalls. Each crafthall selects a leader from among their masters, and the convocation of all Craftsmasters of a craft elect their head, their Craft's
has the right to speak for all members of his Craft, planet-wide.
The Grey Gatsby is a grey colt bred in Ireland by M Parrish. He was one of the first crop of foals of
, which also included graded winners Kingston Hill, Amazing Maria and Craftsman. As a two-year-old
won the Group 1 Phoenix Stakes and National Stakes and was crowned Cartier Champion Two-year-old Colt in 2008. As a three-year-old Matercraftsman went on to record victories in the Irish 2000 Guineas and St. James's Palace Stakes before being retired to stud.
Piccolo's dam Woodwind showed useful form in a brief racing career, winning two races from four starts a achieving a Timeform rating of 103 as a two-year-old in 1975. She was one of numerous winners descended from the Irish broodmare Lady Kells: others have included Exceller, Sakhee and
(foaled February 19, 2006 in Ireland) is a Champion Thoroughbred racehorse. The four-time Group One-winning colt was trained by Aidan O'Brien and was ridden by Johnny Murtagh in all of his wins. He is out of mare Starlight Dreams and by top stallion Danehill Dancer.
Within these limit were constructed the Manueline-era parochial church (1521), attributed to Diogo de Arruda, an important
in the comarca of the Alentejo at the time. Opposite to this building is the Church of the Misericórdia, also attributed to Arruda around the same time. It served as the municipal offices until the end of the 17th century.
She was one of the first crop of foals of
, which also included The Grey Gatsby and Kingston Hill. As a two-year-old
won the Group 1 Phoenix Stakes and National Stakes and was crowned Cartier Champion Two-year-old Colt in 2008. As a three-year-old he went on to record victories in the Irish 2000 Guineas and St. James's Palace Stakes before being retired to stud. Amazing Maria's dam Messias da Silva showed very modest racing ability, winning one minor race at Lingfield Park Racecourse in 2007 from six starts. She was descended from the American broodmare Wise Ally who was the ancestor of several other major winners including Alydeed and Fourstars Allstar.
Despite the Dewhurst defeat, Rip Van Winkle started second favourite for the following season's 2000 Guineas largely due to his being still very unexposed and apparently the stable's first string as Johnny Murtagh had chosen him over
. This was to be Rip Van Winkle's first clash with the eventual winner Sea the Stars, who went on to dominate the flat season. Rip Van Winkle finished fourth.
The Grey Gatsby began his career winning a maiden race over six furlongs at York. Despite showing signs of inexperience he won by three quarters of a length. In his next two starts, in the Group 3 Acomb Stakes and Group 2 Champagne Stakes he was runner up. In October he was entered into the Group 1 Racing Post Trophy but could only manage seventh place behind fellow
colt Kingston Hill.
Legatissimo is a bay filly with a large, diamond-shaped white star and white coronet markings on her hind legs bred by the Hertfordshire-based Newsells Park Stud. She was sired by Danehill Dancer, who won the Phoenix Stakes, National Stakes and Greenham Stakes before becoming a very successful breeding stallion. His other progeny have included Choisir,
and Dancing Rain. Legatissimo's dam Yummy Mummy, won only one minor race at Sligo Racecourse from seven starts in 2007 and 2008, but was a full-sister to Fame and Glory, whose wins included the Irish Derby, Coronation Cup and Ascot Gold Cup.
Lillie Langtry is a dark bay or brown mare with a small white star and bred in Ireland by Kevin Lynch. Her dam, Hoity Toity, was an unraced daughter of the Prix du Jockey Club winner Darshan. Hoity Toity was a fourth-generation descendant of Noble Lassie, the dam of Vaguely Noble. Hoity Toity was bought for 50,000 guineas by Lynch and became one of only two mares kept at Lynch's Ballinahown Stud near Fermoy in County Cork. Lillie Langtry was sired by Danehill Dancer, who won the Phoenix Stakes, National Stakes and Greenham Stakes before becoming a very successful breeding stallion. His other progeny have included Choisir,
, Legatissimo and Dancing Rain.
Esoterique is a bay mare with a small white star and a white sock on her left hind leg bred in Ireland by her owner Édouard de Rothschild's Ecurie de Meautry. She was sired by Danehill Dancer, who won the Phoenix Stakes, National Stakes and Greenham Stakes before becoming a very successful breeding stallion. His other progeny have included Choisir,
and Dancing Rain. Esoterique's dam, Dievotchka, was an unraced daughter of Dancing Brave and a descendant of the influential broodmare Queen of Light. Dievotchka had produced several other winners including the Group Two winners Russian Hope (Grand Prix de Deauville), Russian Cross (Prix Guillaume d'Ornano), and Archange d'Or (Prix Eugene Adam).
Mastercraftsman's career began in a six-furlong maiden at the Curragh in May 2008, where he won by half a length. He won two more races over 6 furlongs at the Curragh, the group 2 Railway stfgghakes and group 1 Phoenix stakes. His second group 1 win came when stepped up in trip to 7 furlongs in the National Stakes. It was not until his first race outside Ireland that he was defeat. He was beaten into fourth place by the Freddy Head trained Naaqoos in the Prix Jean-Luc Lagardère at Maisons-Laffitte in France. Nevertheless wins in three important conditions races earned
2008 European Champion Two-Year-Old Colt honors.
Intense Focus began his second season in the Leopardstown 2,000 Guineas Trial Stakes over one mile on 29 March. He started the eve money favourite in a five-runner field but after taking the lead in the last quarter mile he was overtaken and beaten a lengths by Recharge, to whom he was conceding three pounds in weight. Plans to run the colt in the Poule d'Essai des Poulains were abandoned after rain softened the ground in France. He did not reappear until June when he contested the St James's Palace Stakes at Royal Ascot. Starting at odds of 12/1 he finished fifth of the ten runners behind
After a break of two months, Intense Focus returned in the National Stakes on heavy ground at the Curragh on 14 September. He started a 16/1 outsider and made little impression, finishing sixth of the seven runners behind
. In this race he was equipped with blinkers for the first time and wore them in all his subsequent starts. Two weeks later the colt contested a valuable sales race restricted to horses sold at the Goffs Million sale. With Manning taking the ride on the Bolger stable's most-fancied contender Gan Amhras, Intense Focus was ridden by Danny Morgan and started at odds of 20/1. He finished third of the eighteen runners beaten half a length and a length the British-trained Soul City and Gan Amhras. On his next appearance, the colt was sent to France for the Prix Jean-Luc Lagardere over 1400 metres at Longchamp Racecourse on 5 October. Starting a 16/1 outsider he finished third behind Naaqoos and Milanais with
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