Adaay filly.

£1250 per 5%/£625 per 2.5

Description

We have been busy at the recent Tattersalls Craven/Ascot Breeze-Up Sale and we managed to secure this very nice filly by hot first season sire – Adaay. She goes into training with Adrian Keatley in Malton.

Adaay, who stands at Whitsbury Manor Stud is by champion stallion Kodiac. Adaay was a winner of 5 of his 17 starts. He was a very good winner of the Group 2 Sandy Lane Stakes at Haydock over 6 furlongs, later in the same year he won the Group 2 Hungerford stakes at Newbury over 7 furlongs. He has made a bright start to his stud career and is in the running to be champion first season sire. He is a sire we think a lot of.

The Dam – Amber Heights is by smart sprint stallion Kyllachy which makes this pedigree speed on speed. Amber Heights won 2 races over 5&1/2 and 6 furlongs, there is plenty of speed in the pedigree! Amber Heights has a 100% winners to runners rate as she is 2 winners from 2 runners including 3 time winner Poet’s Pride.

This scopey filly did a very good breeze and has a nice pedigree. We were delighted to secure her at the sales.

She will be ready to run soon. Get in touch to secure your share.

Adrian Keatley on the Adaay filly

“I like this filly and I think this is a great bit of business, she has a great pedigree and the specimen matches to her pedigree, she’s a nice filly and I’m thrilled we’ve managed to get her. She has a good temperament, plenty of bone and can gallop.

Pricing

2.5% Share

    • Share Price £625
    • Monthly Fees £75

5% Share

    • Share Price £1250
    • Monthly Fees £150

10% Share

    • Share Price £2500
    • Monthly Fees £300

Details

Age: 2
Wins: unraced
Places: unraced
Sire: Adaay
Dam: Amber Heights
Trainer: Adrian Keatley

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Trainer: Adrian Keatley

About Adrian

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Workaholic Adrian served his time as a teenager working for jumps trainer Francis Flood, and rode as an amateur for a few seasons. He then became assistant trainer to Oliver McKiernan for six years. In 2010, he packed his bags and headed out in Australia

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