Leading International Thoroughbred Sire Sadler's Wells Dies

Leading international sire Sadler's Wells died of natural causes the afternoon of April 26 at Coolmore Stud in Ireland, where he had resided since retiring to stud in 1984. Coolmore manager Christy Grassick said, "He was undoubtedly the best sire Europe has ever seen and through his sons Galileo, Montjeu, High Chaparral, and Yeats along with grandsons Hurricane Run and Rip Van Winkle, he has left

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