|Leading New Zealand farm
Trelawney Stud has been rocked after Sheikh Mohammed has announced that Carnegie will be
transferred to his Darley property in New South Wales.
As tipped by Cyberhorse last week the Sheikh has turned his back on
Trelawney and has decided the in form stallion would stand in the Hunter Valley.
Darley's Australian representative Oliver Tait told
Cyberhorse that Darley and the Sheikh had been impressed with how Carnegie's former
Southern Hemisphere home had performer with the winner of the Arc.
"Trelawney Stud have done a great job with him,"
Carnegie is making every post a winner of late with the
exploits of his in form three-year-old son Carnegie Express, who swept away with his
second consecutive Group One race in the recent Rosehill Guineas in Sydney.
Rohatyn, a member of Robbie Laing's Sutton Grange Complex
north of Melbourne, became Carnegie's first south hemisphere based two-year-old stakes
winner when he impressively won on debut at Flemington earlier this month.
Carnegie will be standing at Darley, which is based at
Collingrove Stud's property in the Hunter Valley.
A fee is yet to be announced.