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KEVIN ROSS BLOODSTOCK (KRB) was established in 2006 to provide top quality Irish horses to leading race horse owners and trainers throughout the world. The two senior partners in the business are Kevin and Anna Ross. The partners have a wealth of experience in the thoroughbred industry each descending from equally long established and very successful horse racing families.

As bloodstock agents the partners of KRB have over a quarter of century of experience between them and the results speak for themselves in having sourced Graded winners at the top National Hunt festivals, the pinnacle being Imperial Commander's Cheltenham Gold Cup win in 2010. Other Big winners can be seen in the Principal winners section.

KRB also achieved top class winners on the flat in Termagant the winner of the Group 1 Moyglare at the Curragh as a 2-y-o in 2009 and Tiz The Shot who won a Listed race as a 2-y-o at Leopardstown, 2010.

During this time KRB have built long term and loyal relationships with both owners and trainers. Naturally all National Hunt and Flat Sales are attended by KRB and the Point to Point circuit is also actively attended.

Another good week

There were further success’s for KRB this week, firstly at Leopardstown, where Slippery Serpent won the qualified riders maiden under Conor Orr for Edward O’Grady and the Friends of Maria syndicate. Edward’s late wife Maria had set up the syndicate and it was great to see him win. Slippery Serpent was bought by KRB as a foal and he had previously won a bumper and a hurdle.
On Friday in Downpatrick the Quatar Racing owned, Present in Court ran out an easy winner of the bumper for Gordon Elliott. He was bought as a yearling by KRB and this was his first racecourse success.
Also winning for the first time was Wee Tiger in the handicap hurdle at Limerick yesterday for trainer Ray Hackett. He was bought by KRB as a foal for a client who then resold him in the Landrover Sale at Goffs.
There were two KRB purchased winners on Sunday for Paul and Clare Rooney, and nearly a third as Just a Boy was narrowly beaten in the bumper on his debut in Sligo.
Up at Perth Chu Chu Percy won the handicap chase by nine lengths, given a good ride by Ross Chapmen for trainer Alistair Whillans. This was third success since being bought by KRB at Ascot horses in training sale.
At Stratford One For Billy won the handicap chase under top weight for the in form duo of Dan and Harry Skelton. This was his first success over fences having previously won two hurdles. One For Billy was bought by KRB as a store.
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