All The Good wins the Caulfield Cup from Group 1 winner Nom Du JeuPICTURE: Getty Images
All The Good purchased to stand in Turkey
ALL THE GOOD, winner of the 2008 Caulfield Cup for Godolphin, has been sold to stand at Cokay Stud near Istanbul in Turkey, in a deal brokered by bloodstock agent Linda Sadler.
The Mount Coote Stud-bred son of Diesis is closely related to Epsom and Irish Oaks heroine Ramruma and the dam of Strategic Prince, and was purchased as a yearling by trainer Gerard Butler for 62,000gns.
After making up into a smart handicapper for Butler, All The Good was snapped up to race for Godolphin, for whom he won the Newburgh Handicap – the Newbury-staged replacement for the abandoned Ebor – in August 2008.
Two months later he beat Australian Derby winner Nom Du Jeu to land the Caulfield Cup.
A raid on that year's Melbourne Cup was ruled out for All The Good due to a joint injury, which also dictated that he never raced again after the Caulfield Cup.
Gulay Cokay of Cokay Stud spent 44,700gns on eight potential mates for All The Good at the Tattersalls December Mares Sale last year.
The news follows the purchase of Coolmore stallions Dehere, Lion Heart and Powerscourt, as well as Cuvee and Yonaguska, by the Turkish Jockey Club earlier this year.