Wednesday, November 18, 2009


Exciting Danehill stallion, Danbird, has produced his first winner abroad with the flashy 2YO colt, Jack Luey (GB) scoring over 1200m (6 furlongs) at English racetrack Southwell on 12 November.
Adding merit to the win, Jack Luey’s jockey lost an iron in the run home, causing the colt to hang out considerably over the final stages.
Out of the Fayruz mare Icenaslice, a dual winner in Great Britain, this is the immediate family of multiple Group winner and sire Primo Dominie, whose Middle Park Stakes-G1 winning sons – First Trump and Primo Valentino – both stood in Australia.
Danbird, with Aussie breds such as Royal Dalton, Western Raider, Hotham Heights, Captain Clayton, Nesting and co. under his belt, stood three seasons in Great Britain and Ireland, with Jack Luey hailing from his first crop conceived at Beechwood Grange in Yorkshire.

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