This exciting, athletic colt is a ¾ brother to two-year-old
winners Pancake Day (7 wins, 18 placed) and Roll on Rory (7 wins, 9
placed) and a half brother to One Of Our Own (1 win, 7 placed). His other half siblings have amassed a variety
of placings also.
Not only is the dam, Fangfoss Girls, a source of early speed and toughness, but his sire Adaay was Champion first season sire and continues to supply precocious, tough winners at all levels. Adaay has a remarkable 50% strike rate winners to runners – an amazing statistic resulting in over £4million in prizemoney.
Adaay is a half-brother to Mullionmilenahour (sharing the same dam Lady Lucia); a proven cross with Fangfoss Girls given the results of his sons Roll on Rory and Pancake Day. Adaay won the Group 2 Hungerford Stakes (7f) and the Group 2 Sandy Lane (6f) beating strong opposition.
Fangfoss Girls was a tough 2yo sprinter, winning her first two races over 5f by a combined distance of 9 ¾ lengths. She produces strong, professional horses with a real commitment to win. This colt is arguably one of her best both in terms of breeding and conformation. He is growing stronger every day and looks set for a massive career as a racehorse.
Serious offers invited.
Date of birth 13th March 2022
A handsome, good walking colt with a pedigree to match his looks. This March-foaled colt has an athletic walk and a good attitude.
His sire Aclaim produced Group 1 Classic winner Cachet in his first season, who won the 1000 Guineas. Aclaim has a strike rate of 47% winners to runners. In his racing career Aclaim won the Group 2 Dubai Challenge Stakes before going on to win the Group 1 Prix de la Foret and the Group 2 Park Stakes as a 4-year-old. He was also 2nd in the Group 1 Prix Maurice de Gheest. He is the son of Acclamation and therefore related to other proven stallions such as Mehmas, Expert Eye, Dark Angel, Equiano and Harbour Watch. Aclaim’s sales statistics speak volumes for the type of horses he produces. 2022 yearling sales average was £28000, with a high of £210,000.
The cross with the dam Princess of Rock offers sound reason to believe this colt will be a top performer. Not only has he been gifted with a super conformation and incredible movement, but horses bred on this cross include Johnny Barnes, sire of sires Dark Angel, Mehmas and his sire Aclaim – all with crosses to the Danehill or Machiavellian lines. The dam is related to Group winner Titus Livius and is a daughter of 7 time Group 1 winner Rock of Gibraltar. This colt has a pedigree that screams quality.
Serious offers invited.
Date of birth 25th March 2022