Champion sprinter Brazen Beau started his racing career in style and he’s launched his stallion role in the same vein.
Ontrack Thoroughbreds’ Grant Morgan bought Brazen Beau for $70,000 from the first crop of I Am Invincible and the colt won first time to the races in spectacular style and went on to win two Group One sprints before being sold to the breeding giant Darley in a multi-million dollar deal.
Brazen Beau’s first runners are on the track this season and the results have been mighty impressive.
The horse has had eight runners for two city winners in Accession and Tassort, a stakes placed filly in First Dawn and city placed Crystal Beau.
“Beau has certainly got off to a flying start and Accession’s win last Saturday in the $500,000 Inglis Nursery at Randwick was a hugely impressive effort,” said Grant Morgan.
“The colt’s appearance and racing style reminded me a great deal of Brazen Beau and I would suggest he was not entirely comfortable on the soft ground at Randwick, so look to him improving when he gets to a firm surface.
“Tassort’s win on debut was equally impressive and you would have to say Brazen Beau has the two leading colts heading towards the Golden Slipper.
“Ontrack purchased four Brazen Beau yearlings at last summer’s yearling sales and all of them are shaping up nicely.
“They all share Brazen Beau’s fantastic temperament and I’m looking forward to them stepping out on the track later in the season,” said Grant Morgan.