Unnamed Sidestep Colt
PLEASE NOTE WE ONLY HAVE VERY LIMITED SHARES NOW AVAILABLE IN THIS HORSE
Fantastic Opportunity to buy shares in a £50,000 unraced 2 year old horse for a significant member discount
Big and strong colt by Sidestep out of winning mare from speedy family, trained by Robyn Brisland
Cross Channel Racing is delighted to offer shares for sale in an exciting two-year-old colt by the promising young sire Sidestep. The recently launched syndicate offers shareholders an opportunity to experience the thrill of racehorse ownership alongside networking opportunities and access to exclusive members events.
This flashy colt is out of the Primo Valentinomare Cheap N Chic, who won a Brighton maiden under Ryan Mooreby eight lengths as a two-year-old, on her way to peak rating of 88. Her quality on the track has successfully been transmitted to her offspring, as her four runners to date include the winnersRuby Wednesdayand Caldi Mill.
Cheap N Chic also boasts an appealing number of high-quality close relations. She is a half-sister to the Gr.3 winning sprinter Golden Nun– now known for being the dam of the Gr.3 placed Confessional– whilst another sibling, Mays Dream, has gone on to produce the Gr.3 Prix Quincey winner Fire Ship.
The sire Sidestep was a Grp-2 winning and Grp-1 placed sprinter in his native Australia, and his early runners have been greeted with great acclaim. That is largely due to his daughter Kiamichigoing one better than her sire in the prestigious Grp-1 Golden Slipper, whilst his first runners in the Northern Hemisphere have included the French Listed winnerReal Appeal.
A son of confirmed sire of sires Exceed And Exceland already Champion First-Season Two-Year-Old sire in Australia, Sidestep appears to be a tremendous match for Cheap N Chic. There is pace to burn on both sides of this pedigree, and the accompanying picture clearly demonstrates that this colt boats the right physical credentials to make a serious racehorse. Can you afford to miss out on this exciting opportunity?
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