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
They were two of the most exciting racehorses of their era and this week they get the opportunity to begin building new reputations.
The unstoppable form of the progeny of Teofilo produced another Australian G1 winner when Happy Clapper raced away with the Epsom Han
The Australasian breeding industry owes a huge debt to the pioneers of the shuttle sire concept and our sires’ tables today would look very different without the input of these
Fees have been announced for the 29 Darley stallions that will stand in New South Wales, Victoria and New Zealand for the 2017 breeding season.
Teofilo’s dual G1-winning son Palentino flew home to take out the G2 Blamey Stakes at Flemington over 1600m on 18 March.
Teofilo’s son Happy Clapper stormed home to claim the G3 Newmarket Handicap over 1400m at Newcastle on 17 March.
Teofilo’s son Humidor rallied late to claim the G1 Australian Cup over 2000m at Flemington on March 11.
Palentino added a second G1 win to his record in a gutsy run over 1600m in the Makybe Diva Stakes at Flemington on Saturday 10 September.