Who owns Lope de Vega?

Who owns Lope de Vega?

Gestüt Ammerland
Lope de Vega (horse)

Lope De Vega
Owner Gestüt Ammerland
Trainer André Fabre
Record 9:4-0-1
Earnings £992,728

What is Lope de Vega most famous work?

Lope de Vega

Lope de Vega KOM
Occupation Poet, playwright, novelist
Language Spanish
Literary movement Baroque
Notable works Fuenteovejuna The Dog in the Manger Punishment Without Revenge The Knight from Olmedo

What is Lope de Vega known for?

Lope de Vega, in full Lope Félix de Vega Carpio, byname the Phoenix of Spain or Spanish El Fénix de España, (born Nov. 27, 1635, Madrid), outstanding dramatist of the Spanish Golden Age, author of as many as 1,800 plays and several hundred shorter dramatic pieces, of which 431 plays and 50 shorter pieces are extant.

How many horses has Galileo sired?

At the time of his death on July 10, 2021, he had sired 338 stakes winners, 228 of which were group winners. In August 2018, Sizzling gave Galileo his 328th European group race win as a sire, taking him past the record previously held by his own sire Sadler’s Wells.

What was the pedigree of Lope de Vega?

LOPE DE VEGA (IRE) ch. H, 2007 {11-d} DP = 2-15-19-0-0 (36) DI = 2.79 CD = 0.53 – 9 Starts, 4 Wins, 0 Places, 1 Shows Career Earnings: €1,188,085 Entered stud in 2011 at Ballylinch Stud, Ireland. Fee: €15.000 – shuttled to Australia 2011-14. – 2014 Champion freshman sire in Europe. MR. PROSPECTOR (USA) MR. PROSPECTOR (USA)

How did Lope de Vega win the Prix du Jockey Club?

Lope De Vega followed up his first Group 1 win winning the Prix Du Jockey Club by 3 lengths, which is the biggest winning distance in the race since it was reduced to 2100m in 2005. He was again drawn wide in stall 20, but he tracked across from the wide draw to take up a prominent position and drew clear in the straight to win eased down.

When did Lope de Vega retire from racing?

In winning the Prix Du Jockey Club as well as the Poule d’Essai des Poulains, he emulated his sire Shamardal who won both races in 2005. In 2011, Lope De Vega retired from racing and stood at Ballylinch Stud, Ireland, for a service fee of €15,000. As of 2019, Lope De Vega’s service fee is €80,000.

How much does Lope de Vega get paid?

As of 2019, Lope De Vega’s service fee is €80,000. Lope De Vega has currently sired 10 individual Group 1 winners: ^ “Archived copy”. Archived from the original on 11 September 2012. Retrieved 7 June 2010.