• Born: 2007
  • Sire: CAPE CROSS (IRE)
  • Race Record: Eight-time winner (1m-1m2f), including Grp 3 Easter Cup & Grp 1 placed. Timeform rating 118
  • Went to Stud: 2014
  • Standing at: Arctic Tack Stud
  • 2024 Fee: Fee on Application



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Red letter day for Jet Away

The young stallion was not only responsible for the top lot at the Tattersalls Online Sale but also impressive Naas scorer Brandy Love. 

Progeny of Jet Away keep performing on the track and in the sales ring

The impressive victory of Jet Powered at Borris House last weekend was his latest four-year-old victor in the pointing fields.

Taylor backing his stallions

Dee Ex Bee to cover Zam Zom, the dam of Nichols Canyon, with Jet Away to cover Laurina as Douglas Taylor continues to support his stallions. 

Jet Of Magic proves too good on debut at Punchestown

The five-year-old was another winner from the first crop of young stallion Jet Away. 

The winners keep coming for Jet Away ahead of Cheltenham

It has been a remarkable 12 months for the off-spring of Jet Away as the winners keep coming.  

Another boost for Jet Away

Arctic Tack Studs stallion Jet Away, gained another boost with the impressive performance of Cool Jet in the John Thomas McNamara Series INH Flat Race at Thurles on Monday. 

WATCH: ITM Stallion Showcase - Arctic Stud

Arctic Tack Stud which is located in Foulksmills, Co. Wexford is one of the studs showcased in this year’s ITM ‘Irish Stallion Showcase 2021’. 

Winners keep coming for Jet Away as Brandy Love makes 200,000

The Arctic Tack-based stallion sired his third four-year-old winner of February at Tinahely on Sunday.

Report | Tinahely 23rd February 2020

Landmark for Codd as Action provides Murphy with double.

Report | Cragmore 15th February 2020

Brandy Love gives a taste of her ability in beating the boys.

Report | Oldtown 15th February 2020

Screaming talent lifts Donoghue to first double strike

Saturday double gets Jet Away off to a flying start

The Arctic Tack Stud stallion was responsible for the four-year-old maiden winners at Oldtown and Cragmore. 

Vincent Halley considers Foxhunters for Arctic Skipper

The Co. Waterford handler could be set to target his stable star at the Cheltenham Festival following his latest success at Tallow.

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