Between Saturday, April 4, and Saturday, April 11, Montjeu (Ire) was the stallion of the world! The Irish-based son of Sadler’s Wells was represented by the first two home in the A$1.6 million AJC Australian Derby over 2400 meters at Royal Randwick in Sydney on Saturday, April 11 — Roman Emperor (NZ) and Harris Tweed (NZ). In fact, he was represented by 5 of the 16 runners in the field, and it was the second year in a row that he had the winner of the race from only four Southern Hemisphere crops conceived at Windsor Park Stud in New Zealand. Last year his son Nom du Jeu (NZ)won the classic. What is beyond doubt at this stage of the young stallion’s impressive career is that aside from Coolmore barnmate Galileo — also a son of Sadler’s Wells — there isn’t a horse in the world that’s as good and as reliable at getting mile-and-a-half classic winners. He does have two Epsom Derby and Irish Derby winners to his credit, too! Click here to read story.