Rossenarra Stud and John McEnery have a long tradition of breeding and sourcing top class performers. 2013 was an excellent year with both Ambiance and Heerat flying the flag at Stakes level.In addition, the Rossenarra bred and consigned Valladoo ran out the winer of the Tattersalls Ireland Super Auction Sales Stakes at the Curragh.In addition to notable performers such as the multiple Gr.1 winner Dick Turpin and Inxile, John bought Grandel who went on to produce Stakes winners Tax Free and Inxile. He also purchased and sold Unfortunate, dam of Look Busy. Manfath was sold after breeding Grade 1 winner The Deputy and she went on to breed Japanese Derby winner King Kamehameha for her new owners.The achievements of the McEnery family was recognised at the ITBA Awards when Martyn McEnery received the lifetime contribution award.itba ambiance

Ambiance

2yo Stakes winner and Gr.3 placed in 2013

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Heeraat

Winner of the Gr.3 Hackwood Stakes in 2013

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Dick Turpin

Dual Group 1 winning miler

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Winner of Tattersalls Ireland  Super Auction Stakes in 2013. Bred and consigned by Rossenarra

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10 Stakes wins inc Prix de Saint-Georges Gr.3

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8 Stakes wins inc Prix du Gros-Chene Gr.2.

2015 winners include the smart 2 year old Tawwaaq (Zebedee – Killinallan) who broke her maiden at the third time of asking when winning at Sandown. Get Knotted’s victory earlier in the same week was doubly sweet as he is by the stud’s resident sire Windsor Knot. Tipped as one to watch by trainer Michael Dods after winning last year, this was his second win this season and he was described after the race as being ‘firmly on the up’. Fruity (Camacho – Belle Of The Blues) was a nice winner for Quatar Racing Ltd. when coming home in front at Leicester and He’s My Boy (Dark Angel – Rose Of Battle) finished well to land the 7f Handicap at Newmarket.