Hot Streak colt.

£1320 per 5%/£660 per 2.5%

Description

We are delighted to add another to the string with Adrian Keatley. This cracking colt was purchased at the recent Somerville Yearling Sale.

Hot Streak has got off to a great start as a sire registering plenty of winners to date including Group winner A Case Of You. He was a top class sprinter, Group 2 winner and Gr.1 placed as a 2yo and 3yo. He had a timeform rating of 125 which was comfortably the best timerating recorded by a 2yo, matched only by Frankel in recent seasons. He was the highest ever rated 2yo by Iffraaj, from world class family of the mighty Height Of Fashion and sire sensation Deep Impact. He is the sire of this years Prix de l’Abbaye (Group 1) winner – A Case Of You.

The dam – Littlemisssunshine, by Oasis Dream was a winner of 3 races at 2,4 and 5 years of age. She is the dam of 5 winners from 5 runners, most notably Soapy Aitken who won 2 races at 2 and was placed multiple times at listed level including 4th in the Windsor Castle at Royal Ascot.

This colt is a good looking horse, he moves well and is real value for money. Get in touch to avoid disappointment.

 

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Details

Age: 1
Wins: unraced
Places: unraced
Sire: Hot Streak
Dam: Littlemisssunshine
Trainer: Adrian Keatley

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Pricing

Share price below with No Monthly Fees until 1st February 2022

2.5% Share

    • Share Price £660
    • Monthly Fees £79 from 1st Feb 2022

5% Share

    • Share Price £1320
    • Monthly Fees £155 from 1st Feb 2022

10% Share

    • Share Price £2640
    • Monthly Fees £300 from 1st Feb 2022

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

Breeding



Trainer: Adrian Keatley

About Adrian

ArdianKeatley

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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