Brazen Beau’s made a flying start to his stud career and today’s Rosehill trials threw up another likely type by the champion sprinter.
The winner of two Group One sprints at Flemington, Brazen Beau has his first Australian runners on track this season and he’s made a sensational start with two Sydney Saturday winners and five placegetters from a handful of runners.
At Rosehill this morning trainer Gerald Ryan lined up Colada in a 900 metres heat for two-year-olds and the colt turned in a smart performance to win by a length and a half.
Bred and raced by Sun Stud, Colada is yet to race but is from a very strong US family.
His dam Clearly Foxy won three times, including a two-year-old race, and was placed in the Group One Hollywood Park American Oaks.
Ontrack Thoroughbreds bought Brazen Beau from the first crop of champion sire I Am Invincible for $70,000 and syndicated the horse before his sensational racing career and sale to breeding giant Godolphin.
“Brazen Beau is off to a magic start at stud and talking with a range of trainers at the Magic Millions Sale there were plenty who had a nice youngster by Brazen Beau waiting in the wings.
“Tassort is favourite for the Golden Slipper for James Cummings while Accession won the $500,000 Inglis Nursery and both colts look like ending their two-year-old season amongst the best of their age group.
“Ontrack bought four Brazen Beau yearlings last year and we are extremely happy with their progress and at last week’s Magic Millions Sale we bought another three.
“They are all nice horses and look the right types to add to Beau’s magnificent start to his stallion career,” said Grant Morgan.