Here we have a 2 year old sprinter type by a stallion that needs to introduction; Kodiac. She is a very classy looking horse who is a full sister to horse that is trained in America that is very highly thought of. If you are wanting an early sprinter wihthby a top 2 year old sprint stallion with proven quality on the page, look no further.
The sire, Kodiac, needs no introduction, he was the champion sire of 2 year olds in 2017, creating a world record. He was the champion sire of 2 year olds in 2018. He was the champion European sire for winners in 2018. His produce had Group 1 winners in 2018 from 6 furlong to 1m 4 furlongs. His stud fee is €65000 standing at the astute Tally-Ho Stud. His best progeny include Fairyland and Tiggy Wiggy who both won the 2 year old Group 1 Cheveley Park stakes and Group 2 Lowther stakes in 2018 and 2014 as well as the new stallion to the Tally-Ho ranks Kessaar who in 2018 won the Group 2 Mill Reef stakes for 2 year olds. Kodiac has produced countless other top class horses to win top class races especially with 2 year olds, he really is a top class stallion.
The Dam, Esedra was a winner. She has produced 2 winners from 3 runners including a full brother to our colt called Sebastian Bach who won for Michael O’Callaghan. Esedra has black type all over her page including the champion Grey Swallow from her second dam. The page really is worth a look.
Our colt has taken after the stallion very well, he is a compact, strong sprinter who looks every inch an early two year old, the stallion really is top class and the mare has already produced a full brother to our colt who has won. The page is proven, the stallion is proven and our colt has followed the family. As we have said, if you’re after an early 2 year old by a top class stallion who looks the part then this lad is for you.
Keith Dalgleish update – January 2019
“The Kodiac colt has really pleased me, he moves really well and is a typical Kodiac. He should be out early and is a sprinter which is helpful with the stallion producing that type of horse, so it shows he has taken after the stallion. He certainly looks the part around the yard and I was really glad when we got him from Goffs as I didn’t think we’d be able to afford him, we have stolen him for the price I think as he really is a typical Kodiac. He’d do well at a breeze up in my opinion but he’s worth running in your colours, he will be a good asset to your string”
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Trainer: Keith Dalgleish