Background

Coady Bay Stud was founded in 1994 and has been breeding horses ever since.

All are selectively bred from top class mares, producing quality sportshorses.

Even so, every so often an extra special one comes along – as it was in 2004 with the arrival of Aladdin.

Moreover, it was to repeat itself again in 2006 with his full brother, Angel.

These two horses, we believe, have the scope and potential, who, if produced with patience, have every chance to achieve great success and also great value.


The Horses

They are the first and second foals from Gratina, a mare of the highest quality and top drawer breeding.

Their sire, Argentinus, is a legend.

In 1996 he was the youngest millionaire among Germany's top sires and until his death in December 2007 aged 27, was the most successful living sire in all of Germany.

Countless Argentinus offspring have reached the heights
of International Jumping and Dressage for years – most recently Special Ed, Silver Medal Winner at Beijing 2008 Olympic Games.


The Aims

To produce both horses, over a two to four year period, to enable them to emerge as mature athletes poised to fulfil their potential as top class showjumpers.

To be self-advertising through competition in the year of London's 2012 Olympic Games, in full view of riders and owners from all over the world, who will be in – or focusing on – Great Britain.


At this point be available for sale.

The Proposal

Coady Bay Stud would like to put forward Aladdin and Angel, who are considered exceptional, as an investment opportunity, aiming to realise substantial profit in or before a period of four years.

If you are interested in either or both horses, and would like to discuss in more detail our Investment Plan, please contact Lois Allard on 01525 240094

Aladdin 17.2hh, gelding
Angel 16.2hh, stallion
Argentinus
Aladdin
Aladdin
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Angel
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