Olympic Glory ex Fringe Success filly

Trainer: Richard Hannon Race type: Flat
Age: Yearling Description: Bay Filly
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Shares Available - 49%

Prices include: Purchase price, Sale House and agents commission, 'Plus 10' registration (if applicable), vetting, transport and training fees until 28 Feb 2018:
25% share available @ £15,500 upfront and £659 per month from 1st March ‘18
15% share available @ £9,300 upfront and £425 per month from 1st March ‘18
10% share available @ £6,200 upfront and £289 per month from 1st March ‘18
5% share available @ £3,100 upfront and £155 per month from 1st March ‘18
2.5% share available @ £1,550 upfront and £87.50 per month from 1st March ‘18

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Purchased at THE sale for 2-year-old winners, the Goffs Premier Yearling Sale, this filly is from the first crop of yearlings by the former Richard Hannon inmate OLYMPIC GLORY. Winner of four Group 1 races, he was joint top rated British 2 year old  in 2012 and World top rated 3 year old colt in 2013. Read his full history here: http://www.alshaqabracing.com/en/thoroughbreds/olympic-glory#1

We have been very fortunate to be able to secure this very strong and great moving daughter of Olympic Glory. In his racing life, Olympic Glory was a genuinely top class, Group 1 winning son of the mighty Choisir. Now a first season stallion, Olympic Glory seems to be stamping his stock in very similar fashion to both himself and his sire Choisir. Both were mighty in both senses of the word, mighty in achievement and mighty and strong; this filly is very reminiscent, being a very strong and sizeable individual. You could criticise her for looking a little plain, but handsome is as handsome does and both Choisir and Olympic Glory were a little plain to the eye too. They were both great movers however and this filly moves especially well. She handles herself fantastically for a big girl.  She's out of a Selkirk mare so you would imagine distances of around a mile will suit her in time, but Choisir was a sprinter and Olympic Glory debuted over 6f at Goodwood before finishing second shortly after over 6f in the Group 2 Coventry Stakes at Royal Ascot.  Her pedigree is packed with numerous black type performers, her great grand dam was the Oaks and St Leger winning Sun Princess so it would come as little surprise if she were to emulate any one of the 15 black type performers that sit amongst her pedigree. Physicality stood both Sky Lantern and Olympic Glory in fantastic stead and it really ought to do the same for this daughter of Olympic Glory.

It would be no surprise at all if this filly were to emulate her sire in being ready to race over 6f in May 2018 before developing still further over 7f and a mile. One thing is for sure, team Hannon, with their knowledge of the family, will know precisely how to train every ounce of performance into this very well put together filly. 

Latest Trainer Update: (29th Oct) We saw all our yearlings yesterday on an owners visit to the stables. She is broken in and cantering and appears to have a great attitude. She looks strong and is very much coping with everything we are putting her way. You can see her walking around the ring with the other yearlings in the above two videos (she is saddle cloth number 26).


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Appleyard Drive
Barton-on-Humber
North Lincolnshire
DN18 5TD

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