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Cape Cross (horse)

Cape Cross
Sire Green Desert
Dam Park Appeal
Grandsire Danzig
Damsire Ahonoora
Gender Stallion
Foaled 1994
Country Ireland
Color Bay
Breeder Darley Stud
Trainer Godolphin Racing
Record 19: 5-3-3
Earnings £266,105
Cape Cross is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Park Appeal by Green Desert. He was born around 1994 in Ireland, and was bred by Darley Stud.
Major wins
Lockinge Stakes (1998)
Queen Anne Stakes (1999)
Celebration Mile (1999)
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)
Last updated on June, 06 2009

Cape Cross (foaled March 13, 1994) is an Irish-bred Thoroughbred racehorse, winner of the Lockinge Stakes, Queen Anne Stakes and Celebration Mile. He is a son of the July Cup winner Green Desert and Cheveley Park Stakes, winner Park Appeal who was the Champion two-year old filly in England and Ireland in 1984.

As a sire

Since retiring to stud, he has sired the winners of 21 group 1 races worldwide, including Ouija Board (winner of Breeders' Cup Filly & Mare Turf (twice) and Epsom Oaks ) and Sea the Stars winner of the 2,000 Guineas, Epsom Derby, Eclipse Stakes, International Stakes, Irish Champion Stakes, and the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe. He currently stands at the Kildangan Stud in Ireland at a fee of €35,000.

Pedigree of Cape Cross
Green Desert
Danzig Northern Dancer Nearctic
Pas De Nom Admiral's Voyage
Foreign Courier Sir Ivor Sir Gaylord
Courtly Dee Never Bend
Park Appeal
Ahonoora Lorenzaccio Klairon
Helen Nichols Martial
Quaker Girl
Balidaress Balidar Will Somers
Violet Bank
Innocence Sea Hawk II


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