Real Appeal added a first northern hemisphere Stakes success for his first-season sire Sidestep when taking the Listed Prix La Flèche at Maisons-Laffitte on Friday, 31 May.
Over the first nine months of the Australian racing season, the Darley stallions have achieved results that are nothing short of spectacular.
Darley’s Australian and New Zealand-based stallions are enjoying a truly exceptional season, both on the track and in the sales ring, with 21 Darley-sired G1 winners and 57 Group winner
Darley stallions and champion stallion Exceed And Excel continued their romp through Australia’s ju
Sidestep, the sire of G1 Golden Slipper Stakes winner Kiamichi, will remain at Telemon Thoroughbreds in Queensland for the 2019 breeding season under an existing arrangement with Darley.
The Darley stallions have produced an unprecedented clean sweep in the world’s richest two-year-old race with Kiamichi scoring an all-the-way win in the G1 Golden
Steeped in history, romance and legend, it is the race that grips the nation.
When it comes to stallions and breeding, however, the race that matters is not “The Cup”, but “The Slipper”.
They all had the pedigrees, the conformation, the temperament and the ability to be among the best racehorses of their era.
Darley will stand a roster of 24 stallions in 2017 which includes 15 stallions whom have arrived safely in Australia after shuttling from the Northern Hemisphere including:
Exceed And Excel added a second Stakes winner to his name on Saturday 1 October as Khan, a two-year-old colt, claimed his ma