Bay colt by elusive quality
By Coolmore Stud’s ten-time Group 1 winner and now Group 1 producing sire So You Think (NZ), this colt is out of the winning Elusive Quality mare Miss Otto, a half-sister to stakes performers Miss With Attitude and Oui Si Attitude.
Miss With Attitude has a handy three-year-old in South Africa named Crown Towers, a graduate of Mill Park in the stable of last season’s Champion trainer Justin Snaith, with the colt expected to target the Group 1 Cape Derby in the coming weeks.
An extremely international black type family of Group 1 horses such as Shareta, Encke, Shawanda, Sans Adieu and Sharaya, will see the colt hold universal appeal.
Elusive Quality as a broodmare sire has produced 165 stakes performers, led by eight Group 1 winners including Guelph and Shooting To Win, while the similar High Chaparral x Elusive Quality pedigree cross has had two winners from four runners.