I am sure you would all like to own a horse like Politeness. Ask Phil Sly and he would like a stable full of them.
Politeness, a recent Group 1 winner of the Myer Classic and second in the Emirates during the recent Melbourne Spring Carnival is a testament to that. Interestingly enough she never won a race until she was a 3YO and went on to blossom as a 4YO which is typical of the pedigree cross.
And La Passe, a multiple Group 2 winner during the recent Melbourne Spring Carnival winning the Blazer and Tristarc Stakes. La Passe who made her debut in the Spring of 2014 as a 4YO having only 2 starts and winning her maiden at Warrnambool. La Passe returned late Autumn in 2015 and raced through to the the Spring having 12 starts and winning 5 of them, from a BM70 through to a Group 2. Darren Dance and his partners will no doubt pencil in this cross for further purchases.
The above examples have underlined the success of a pedigree that has Street Sense crossed over Danehill lined mares. And given the time to mature the breed will provide a great deal of success.
Fortunately for us, our Street Sense out of Petta Gaye (ex-Danehill) who was under contract has now become available. Due to unfortunate circumstances the buyer has regretably come under financial difficulty, hence the opportunity for prospects to get involved in a horse by Street Sense out of a Danehill mare who is currently a 3YO, is upon us. Timing couldn’t be better. The cross has well and truely proven itself during the Spring.
Contact Adrian on 0409 880 727 or Sarah on 5996 4599 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for all your enquiries.