Godolphin stables boss Henry Plumptre scores $5 million home

Godolphin stables boss Henry Plumptre scores $5 million home
Godolphin stables boss Henry Plumptre scores $5 million home

The downsizing Australian boss of the Godolphin stables, Henry Plumptre and wife Michelle have a new home.

The boss, Dubai Sheik Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum has written a cheque on a $5 million mansion in Mosman.

It comes ahead of a bumper day for the stable at Royal Randwick today in day one of The Championships.

The Mosman home has four bedrooms and two bathrooms with rear decking and swimming pool.

It last traded for $1,775,000 in 2003. 

Richardson & Wrench agent Andrew Blaxland sold the home off market in one inspection with no marketing, the website advises.  

Plumptre's home was secured under the Godolphin company name, as was his former Bellevue Hill trophy home which cost $5.25 million on Bulkara Road home in 2005.

Plumptre has been renting in Mosman since the Bellevue Hill home sold in August last year for $6.85 million, just a week on the market through James Keenan at Ray White Double Bay.

Royal Randwick sees Plumptre's famous Godolphin Blue Army out in full force this weekend.

The Dubai Sheik Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum's Goldophin breeds horses in Australia, France, Japan, Ireland, America and the UK.

This article first appeared in the Daily Telegraph.

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