SUPREMACY(IRE) Retires To Yeomanstown Stud 


Yeomanstown Stud are delighted to announce the addition of Group 1 Middle Park winner SUPREMACY (IRE) to their stallion roster for the 2022 season, to stand alongside DARK ANGEL, SHAMAN, EL KABEIR and INVINCIBLE ARMY at the Kildare based Farm.

England’s top rated two-year-old in 2020, SUPREMACY (IRE) won three times at 2 including a pillar to post victory in the Group 2 Richmond Stakes during Glorious Goodwood, winning by 4 lengths in a blistering fast time. He further cemented his status as the best 2-year-old in Britain with a similar front running win in the Group 1 Middle Park Stakes at Newmarket. He beat a stellar field that day, including Group 1 winner Lucky Vega, the Gimcrack winner Minzaal, the July Stakes winner Tactical and Norfolk winner The Lir Jet.

SUPREMACY (IRE) (Mehmas x Triggers Broom) hails from a high-class family including Group 1 winner Xtension and the world champion sprinter Harry Angel. SUPREMACY (IRE) is the highest rated and best son of Mehmas (who has proven himself to be a prolific source of top-class juveniles) and was rated 118 at the end of his two-year-old campaign, 3 pounds higher than his sire.

The striking dark bay was supremely handled by trainer Clive Cox and raced in the famous purple and white silks of Jason Goddard.

Commenting on the horse Clive described him as follows; “Supremacy is just pure class. His talent was clear to see early on with a blistering turn of foot and coupled with his wonderful laid- back attitude, he was an absolute pleasure to train. I really look forward to having a few of his progeny at Beechdown Stables in the years to come.”

Commenting on the recent acquisition Gay O’Callaghan said “we are delighted to have Supremacy join our stallion roster. He was an exceptional two-year-old and is by a high class stallion, from a very good female line. Furthermore, like our flagship stallion, Dark Angel, he was an impressive winner of the Group 1 Middle Park.”

Stud fee to be announced in the coming weeks.

For any further information, please contact David O’Callaghan (+353 (0)868366554) or Gay O’Callaghan (+353 (0)87 2565561) or Robert O’Callaghan (+353 (0)85 1191288) or