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New winner for
Peak Bloodstock

PEAK Bloodstock enjoyed yet another good result on Tuesday when Indigo Blue, who was sourced by the company's Sean Tiernan, won the Prix du Beaumanoir at Auteuil.

The four-year-old gelded son of Night Shift, who is trained by J-P Gallorini, is the first French winner owned by Alan Potts, whose colours were made famous by Sizing Europe.

"Alan and Ann are great to buy horses for as they are very interested in our process of sourcing them from an early stage and appreciate the effort and work which goes into the selection of winning horses, whether they be in Ireland, the UK or now in France," said Tiernan.

"We are looking forward to another successful season having had a great year last year with dual Grade 1 winner Solwhit among the 30 winners which we sourced. In current economic times it is important that horses which we source go on to give their owners an early return on their investment and hopefully this year will continue as we have begun."






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