Adaay With Friends.



We have been busy at the recent Tattersalls Ascot yearling sales and we managed to secure this very nice filly by hot first season sire – Adaay. She goes into training with Karl Burke.

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 Clouds Rest is by Showcasing and was a very smart 2 year old who was trained by Richard Fahey. She won 3 races in her 2 year old season. She is the dam of 1 winner from 1 runner – Spirit of the Sky who was a winner at 2 in 2019. The dam is a half sister to Streamline who won the Group 3 Sirenia Stakes at Kempton in 2019.

This filly has a lot going for her and has a page to match. There are 2 year old winners and plenty of black type littered across the page. She is a bargain at the price.

Karl on the Adaay filly:

“We were prepared to pay a lot more than we did, she is a racey filly and real value, delighted to secure her.”


2.5% Share

    • Share Price SOLD
    • Monthly Fees SOLD

5% Share

    • Share Price SOLD
    • Monthly Fees SOLD

10% Share

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    • Monthly Fees SOLD

Share prices include: Purchase price, sales house & bloodstock agents commission, vetting and transport. Naming rights are available with a 15% share purchase. One free Owners and Trainers race day badge with a 2.5% share, two free badges with 5% and over.


Age: 2
Wins: unraced
Places: unraced
Sire: Adaay
Dam: Clouds Rest
Trainer: Karl Burke

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Trainer: Karl Burke

About Karl


Karl is married to Elaine Jarvis, daughter of trainer Alan. In his early years Karl rode as an apprentice for Alan but always likely to be too heavy for the Flat he switched codes to jump racing, and went on to gain 50 winners from 750 rides.

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