Arctic Tack Stud which is located in Foulksmills, Co. Wexford is one of the studs showcased in this year’s Irish Thoroughbred Marketing ‘Irish Stallion Showcase 2021’.
His first winner was Supreme Jet who took the opening four-year-old maiden at Oldtown for handler Patrick O’Farrell in February last year.
Brandy Love was his second winner after she stormed home for an eight length victory at Cragmore for handler Colin Bowe.
Having created a big impression when she beat the boys at Cragmore, Brandy Love has now joined the Willie Mullins stable to continue her career, after Harold Kirk saw off Tom Malone with a final bid of £200,000 for the filly at the Tattersalls Cheltenham February Sale.
Brandy Love has since impressed when winning a bumper on her racecourse debut at Fairyhouse when running out a seven length victory in the hands of Patrick Mullins.
Bring The Action was Jet Away’s third four-year-old maiden winner. The Denis Murphy trained individual ran out a two length victory in the hands of Jamie Codd at Tinahely in February.
The Donnchadh Doyle trained Dreams Of Home gave another boost to the Arctic Tack Stud stallion after he won a four-year-old maiden at Moira in October this season.
The Real Jet is his most recent four-year-old winner after she claimed the four-year-old mares maiden at Moig South for handler Cormac Doyle.