Lord Kanaloa (JPN) x Miss Pemberley (IRE), by Montjeu (IRE)
15.3 ½hh

FEE: $16,500

Japanese bred, dual-international gr.1 winner

Panthalassa showed incredible versatility and durability as a racehorse with earnings of $21 million; a feat unmatched by any other sire to have stood in Australia.

The talented son of world-class stallion Lord Kanaloa was a winner at two and went on to win in every season of his racing career which culminated in two international Group 1 races as an older horse.

Panthalassa performed in Stakes race company throughout his illustrious five year career on the track showing toughness and consistency throughout. He won seven of his 27 starts and was placed a further six times. 

In his native Japan, Panthalassa climbed up the ranks, taking out the Gr.3 Fukushima Kinen in emphatic style as a four-year-old. He went on to win the Gr.2 Nakayama Kinen at five and was a notable runner up to Equinox in the Gr.1 Tenno Sho during the same year.

It was on the world stage that Panthalassa truly excelled and at the pinnacle of his career won the Gr.1 Dubai Turf, beating home a stellar field which included three-time Gr.1 winner Colonel Liam (USA) as well as dual Gr.1 winners Saffron Beach (IRE) and Alfareeq (IRE).

The globe-trotting Japanese-bred added another jewel to his crown at six when he won the Gr.1 Saudi Cup against an elite field of multiple Gr.1 winners such as Geoglyph (JPN), Cafe Pharoah (USA), Jun Light Bolt (JPN) and Country Grammer (USA). 

Out of the Stakes-producing Montjeu mare Miss Pemberley, Australia’s highest earning horse at stud also offers breeders an outcross with further opportunity to tap into the prolific Lord Kanaloa sireline.

“It is such a wonderful opportunity to have Panthalassa standing at Yulong. Winning international Gr.1 races on both Dirt and Turf as an older horse demonstrates an amazing versatility and soundness that he will undoubtedly pass on to his progeny,” said Vin Cox.


“With earnings of $21million, he is the highest earning horse ever to stand in Australia and has an outcross pedigree that should provide huge appeal for breeders.”


Yulong are excited to offer Panthalassa on his debut season at $16,500 including GST.




Race record


at 2

Kyoto Maiden Race (2000m)

2nd Hanshin Maiden Race (2000m)

AT 3

Hanshin Allowance Race (2000m)

2nd Fukushima Radio Nikkei Sho, Gr.3 (1800m)

2nd Tokyo October S., L (2000m)

AT 4

Fukushima Kinen, Gr.3 (2000m)

Tokyo October S., L (2000m) 

2nd Kokura Kammonkya S. (2000m)

AT 5

Meydan Dubai Turf, Gr.1 (1800m) 

Nakayama Kinen, Gr.2 (1800m)

2nd Tokyo Tenno Sho (Autumn), Gr.1 (2000m)

2nd Sapporo Kinen Gr.2 (2000m)

AT 6

Al-Janadriah Saudi Cup, Gr.1 (1800m)




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