Emerging stallion Brazen Beau’s hot Northern Hemisphere summer continued when his son Dubai Station was third in the Group Two Norfolk Stakes at Royal Ascot overnight.
Dubai Station came from well back to snare third giving Brazen Beau his first group placing in the Northern Hemisphere.
The young stallion has been in sensational form with five individual winners in the Northern Hemisphere to be the second placed first season sire there.
The dual Group One winning sprinter for Ontrack Thoroughbreds made a similar start in Australia through his talented sons Accession and Tassort.
“Brazen Beau has had a fantastic start to his stud career in both hemispheres,” said Ontrack’s Grant Morgan, who was trackside at Royal Ascot to watch Dubai Station.
“He’s had five winners in the Northern Hemisphere which is the same as in Australia, but up here he’s left the listed winning filly Avengers Queen (2 wins) and now Dubai Station has been Group 2 placed so he couldn’t have wished for a better start to his career.
“A lot of great judges have rated the foals from his second crop as being superior types to his first crop and that’s reflected in the amazing prices paid for his yearlings this summer in Australia.
“After such a great start it will be interesting to see those horses step on to the track,” said Grant Morgan.