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 winner at Group Three level in Australia ahead of a close fourth finish in the Caulfield Cup (Gr 1, 2400m) Jet Away earned over $400,000 in only five starts in Australia.
Out of a half sister to Hasili, Jet Away is by the same sire as leading sire Sea The Stars.
“Jet Away has settled in well to his new job at stud and he is covering his mares well. It is great news to report his mare are scanning in foal well,” said Eoin Banville of Arctic Tack Stud
“We are really pleased with the response we have had from breeders. He is an outstanding type and from a family that has produced a number of champion sires.”