First-season sire Brazen Beau recorded his second European winner on Tuesday, 30 April when his daughter Brazen Safa landed the five-and-a-half-furlong novice at Brighton.
Settled in third during the early stages under Hayley Turner, Brazen Safa had moved up to second by the time she reached the final furlong marker and taking the lead soon after, kept on well in the closing stages to win by a neck.
Brazen Safa was bred by Biddestone Stud and is out of the multiple winner Insaaf (Averti), herself a half-sister to Exceed And Excel’s G2 Temple Stakes winner Priceless.
Brazen Beau was Australian Champion sprinter at three, winning the G1 Newmarket Handicap and G1 Coolmore Stud Stakes.
His very first European runner, Proper Beau, became his first northern hemisphere winner earlier this month, while he is sire of three Black Type performers in Australia, including Listed winner Accession and G2 performer Tassort.
Brazen Beau stands at Dalham Hall Stud in Newmarket at a fee of £7,000, Oct 1, SLF.