The winners continue to flow for Arctic Tack-based stallion Jet Away with Bring The Action scoring at Bray on Sunday to take his total number of winners to three from only four runners.
Trained by Denis Paul Murphy, the four-year-old Bring The Action scored an easy two length victory in the four-year-old maiden that was run at a decent gallop in testing conditions in which only three runners finished. Bring Th...
Arctic Stud’s Jet Away registered a double within an hour on Saturday to notch up his first and second winners as a sire from only three runners to date.
Jet Away’s first winner, Supreme Jet, took out the first race at Oldtown and this was quickly followed by the four-year-old mare Brandy Love, who scored a dominant eight length victory at Cragmore against the males.
Jet Away topped the third day of the Tattersalls Ireland August National Hunt sale when a three year-old gelding out of Just A Moment realised €37,000 to the bid of Ridgewood Bloodstock.
Jet Away’s first crop have been well-received at the sales this season headed by a €60,000 purchase by Moneg Stables at the Tattersalls Ireland June Sale closely followed by a trio of geldings each making €45,000.
The promising start Jet Away has made at stud continued with a strong representation in Part 2 of the Goffs Land Rover Sale being headed by a gelding being purchased by leading trainer Joseph O’Brien for €45,000.
The progeny of the multiple Group-winning son of Cape Cross where is strong demand at the May Store Sale with no sign of this abating based on the good sale returns at the Land Rover Sale.
Jet Away’s debut crop of stores were in strong demand at the Tattersalls Ireland May Store Sale where a gelding out of Cool Trix sold to Harold Kirk for €45,000, a fantastic return on his 2015 service fee of €1,500.
The attractive gelding was a good pinhook for Gerry Hogan Bloodstock who purchased him for €26,000 as a foal in 2016.
"This is a gorgeous horse," Kirk said to the Racing Post.
The Easter Cup winner Jet Away has made a flying start to his stallion career at Ireland’s Arctic Tack Stud and is closing in on 150 mares covered for the season.
After his hugely promising racing career was cut short by injury in Australia, Jet Away returned to Ireland, where he has already covered more than 130 high class Flat and National Hunt broodmares in his debut season at stud.
The Presenting mare Halfway Home has been scanned in foal to Arctic Tack Stud’s first season sire Jet Away, who has now covered more than 100 mares in his first breeding season at stud.
An unraced daughter of the champion National Hunt sire Presenting, Halfway Home is out of a half-sister to The Tsarevich, a winner of the Mildmay Of Flete Chase at the Cheltenham Festival, and also placed in a Supreme Novice Hur...
Arctic Tack Stud’s Jet Away has now covered 100 mares during his first season at the stud, with the operation’s owner and manager Eoin Banville hoping the son of Cape Cross will go on to service 150 mares before the conclusion of the Northern Hemisphere breeding season.
A winner of the Easter Cup (Gr 3, 2000m) and beaten less than two lengths by Fawkner (Reset) in the 2013 Caulfield Cup (Gr 1, 2400m), having tr...
The Group winning son of Cape Cross who is closely related to Dansili retired to stud this season has successfully covered, Khazaria, a half sister to Grand Prix de Paris (Gr 1, 2400m) and Prix Hocquart (Gr 2, 2400m) winner Khalkevia was scanned in foal at 21 days.
Jet Away was a Group performer in Europe for Sir Henry Cecil and his breeders Juddmonte Farms before relocating to David Hayes in Australia. A winne...
Another exciting broodmare set to visit Jet Away is the winning mare College Fund Girl, a half-sister to the dual Group Two winner Nayyir, the Group Three winners Sky Hunter and Highest and the Listed winner Shamaiel.
As well as being well related, College Fund Girl has also proven herself to be a dam capable of producing offspring able to compete on the National Hunt's biggest stage, the Cheltenham Festival....
The first mare to visit the Group Three Easter Handicap winner Jet Away will be How Provincial, a daughter of the Group One-winning sire Be My Native and dam of the exciting National Hunt prospect, General Principle.
Having already produced two winners over jumps in Ireland to date in Bella Mana Mou and Saints And Sinners, How Provincial added the debutant General Principle to her honour roll as he took out Pu...
Jet Away: By the sire of Sea The Stars, this son of Cape Cross (by Green Desert) was a multiple winner from eight to 10 furlongs in England, including one Listed contest, before going to Australia. There he added the Group 3 Easter Cup at Caulfield, also over a mile and a quarter.
He starts his career as a dual-purpose sire at Arctic Tack Stud in Co Wexford.
He is out of Kalima (by Kahyasi) who is an unraced fu...