(Photo : Darley Stud)
STREET SENSE (USA)
Street Cry (Ire) - Bedazzle (USA)
The two most popular young stallions at the Inglis Easter Sale in Sydney, were Street Sense and Bernardini, according to Inglis Managing Director, Mark Webster. Yesterday, a colt from the first crop of Street Sense, the only horse in American history to complete the Breeders Cup Juvenile/Kentucky Derby double, topped the second session at $320,000 (R2,24million). At the other end of the world, at the Keeneland Breeze Up Sale in Kentucky, two of his first Northern Hemisphere-bred juveniles set the cinders alight with bullet gallops before an expectant crowd. At 9,45 seconds, a filly (Lot 150) and a colt (Lot 147), were the joint fastest on the day, and can be expected to wind up among the sale toppers.
We’ve banged on a bit about it, but once more for good measure. The only son of Street Sense to be offered in South Africa is Lot 552, in the Summerhill draft at the Emperors Palace National Yearling Sale 15 - 17 April, a colt with a striking resemblance to his accomplished father.
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