First European foal for Brazen Beau

Colt by the outstanding sprinter arrives safely

The first reported northern hemisphere foal by Champion sprinter Brazen Beau arrived at Kirtlington Stud on 15 January.

Out of Dot Fleming’s multiple winner Camelopardalis (Tobougg), the bay colt (pictured below) was described by Kirtlington Stud’s Chris Budgett as, “a nice foal with good bone, short cannon and short-coupled. I am very happy.”

The mare is herself is out of Listed winner Bonne Etoile, making her a granddaughter of G1 Yellow Ribbon heroine Bonne Ile.

Brazen Beau was outstanding on the racecourse, taking the G2 Champagne Classic in his native Australia at two. He returned at three and landed the G1 Coolmore Stud Stakes at Flemington, en route to a remarkable victory over the world’s best older sprinters in the G1 Newmarket Handicap. Brazen Beau also travelled to Europe during his illustrious racing career and finished a very creditable second in the G1 Diamond Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot, beaten just half a length.

Brazen Beau, whose first Australian foals have already been the subject of very positive reports from breeders, stands at Dalham Hall Stud at a fee of £10,000 October 1st SLF.

If you are interested in sending a mare to Brazen Beau, or arrange to view him at Dalham Hall Stud, please contact our nominations team on +44 1638 730070.