From the second crop of Darley’s triple Group 1 winning son of Exceed And Excel, the chestnut colt is out of the Marscay mare Classic Status, herself a half-sister to the Group 1 Thousand Guineas winner Serious Speed and to the dam of multiple Group 2 winner Majestic Speed. The dam of three winners highlighted by the Listed winner Victory Chant and the exciting sprinter Reldas our colt is bred on a Danehill line x Marscay cross similar to Group 1 winners Elvstroem, Catbird, Camarena and Mr Murphy, with mares by Marscay having produced over 175 stakes performers highlighted by 22 Group 1 winners, including Eremein, Haradasun, La Baraka and Yippyio, outsideof the previously mentioned.
From the final crop of Darley’s Street Cry, the current Leading Sire in Australia, the colt is the third foal of the well-related Group 2-winning Anabaa mare Dances On Waves, half- sister to the dam of Preferment and Rezoned. The Redoute’s Choice half-brother to this colt sold last year at the 2015 Magic Millions sale to David Raphael’s Stallion Racing and Jadeskye Racing. When speaking to Raphael recently he commented, “He’s such a nice colt that Mill Park jumped at the chance to retain a portion of the horse when I asked them after purchasing him at the Magic Millions Sale. “He has been given the time to develop and not pressured to be an early two-year-old. Really nice colt with a great attitude..I wouldn’t swap him!” The extended family of this colt includes the Group 1-winning sprinter Ancient Song whose 2015 yearling to sell made $1.6 million.
The fourth foal from the stakes placed Elusive Quality mare Elusive Wonder, a half-sister to the Listed winner Tatra. By Snitzel, the full sister to this filly was one of two yearlings purchased from our draft last year at the sale by Malua Bloodstock and Bahen Bloodstock, knocked down for $175,000. The current three-year-old out of the mare, Cocoa Doll (More Than Ready) is quite highly thought of and was a winner on debut in Adelaide for trainer Philip Stokes before being sent to Melbourne for a Group 3 race at only her second start. This exact pedigree cross has had two winners from four runners (both winners are fillies), highlighted by the stakes placed Air Apparent, while mares by Elusive Quality have produced Group 1 winners Guelph, Gomo, Sonan Adela and Shooting To Win, as well as fellow stakes winners Deep Field, Take Pride, Ottoman and Ghibellines.
From the first crop of Champion 3YO colt All Too Hard, a four-time Group 1 winning Casino Prince half-brother to World Champion Black Caviar, this filly is the second foal of the Listed placed Furline, herself a half-sister to the Listed winner Umaline. From the family of the Group 1 Epsom Handicap winner Captain Sonador, who was also sold by Mill Park at the magic Millions Yearling Sale, this filly is out of a Tale of The Cat mare, just like Group 1 winners It’s Tricky, Dortmund, Amazing Maria, Smashing Glory and Declassify.
From the first Australian-bred crop of Group 1 Arc de Triomphe winner Dalakhani, already the sire of eight Group 1 winners including Reliable Man, Moonstone and Conduit, this colt is the first foal of the Galileo mare Miss With Attitude, a multiple stakes placed half-sister to Oui Si Attitude. Galileo as a broodmare sire has produced over 80 stakes performers to date which includes Group 1 winners outstanding juvenile La Collina, Dubawi’s son Night Of Thunder and Queensland Derby winner Magicool.
From the second Australian crop of Darley’s multiple Group 1-winning World Champion Sprinter Sepoy, this colt is the third foal of the seven-time-winning mare Tobouggie Woogie, a half-sister to multiple Group 2 winner Majestic Music. The first foal of the mare, now named Chicago Stomp (Street Cry), was a recent second in a barrier trial, while the current two-year-old (by Dream Ahead), who is currently un-named, was purchased by Malua Bloodstock and Bahen Bloodstock at the 2015 Magic Millions Yearling Sale from the Mill Park Stud draft. From limited runners, mares by Tobougg have produced two group 1 winners and a further 10 stakes performers.