A colt by Darley Northwood shuttle sire Brazen Beau has arrived safely in the United Kingdom.
This first reported northern hemisphere foal by Champion sprinter Brazen Beau arrived at Kirtlington Stud on 15 January.
Breeders around Australia foaled down the first of the Southern Hemisphere foals by Brazen Beau last year with reports of fantastic types coming from all corners.
Meanwhile in the UK, this bay colt, out of multiple winner Camelopardalis (Tobougg), was described by Kirtlington Stud’s Chris Budgett as, “a nice foal with good bone, short cannon and short-coupled. I am very happy.”
Brazen Beau was outstanding on the racecourse, taking the Group 2 Champagne Classic before landing the Group 1 Coolmore Stud Stakes at Flemington as a three year old. He then took on and beat the older horses in the Group 1 Newmarket Handicap.
Brazen Beau also travelled to Europe during his illustrious racing career and finished a very creditable second in the Group 1 Diamond Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot, beaten just half a length.