Brazen Beau sired his first European-bred Group winner on Thursday 4, June when his three-year-old son Dubai Station was victorious in the G3 Pavilion Stakes at Newcastle. Making his first start of the season, the Karl Burke-trained colt was a quick juvenile in 2019, winning over five furlongs at Haydock in June before running third in the G2 Norfolk Stakes at Royal Ascot later that month.
A return trip to the Royal meeting looks likely later this month for the six-furlong G1 Commonwealth Cup.
Bred by Hall Of Fame Stud, Dubai Station is the first foal of the Iffraaj mare Princess Guest, who is a half-sister to Stakes-winning sprinter Imperial Guest.
Brazen Beau, who is covering this coming season at a fee of $49,500 Inc GST, has now sired four Group winners worldwide. His three that were Victorian-bred have all won this season including G2 Sandown Guineas heroine Pretty Brazen and G2 Stan Fox winner Colada.