Brave Emperor, a colt by Sioux Nation
Shares Available - 7.5%
The following share prices include: Purchase price, sales house & bloodstock agents commission, 'Plus 10 bonus' registration (if applicable), vetting, transport and training fees until 31 May 2022:
5% share available @ £5,000 upfront and £170 per month from 1st June 2022
2.5% share available @ £2,500 upfront and £95 per month from 1st June 2022
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Robson Aguiar has firmly established himself as one of the very best Breeze Ups consignors there is, in a very short space of time; he’s been responsible for the likes of Summer Sands (Group 1 placed as a 2yo and a listed 2yo winner, subsequently sold for 625,000gns), The Lir Jet (Royal Ascot 2yo winner and Group 1 placed) alongside other Group 3 winners and Group 1 placed horses 2022. We purchased our hugely successful Fiveandtwenty from Robson, on his specific recommendation. He’s an expert in his field.
Our own record with Breezers is probably second to none, having purchased 2 subsequent Group 1 winners in VENTURA STORM and DONJUAN TRIUMPHANT, so we’re very adept at spotting Breeze Ups talent, when it presents itself. When we approached Robson for his nap of available horses for private purchase, Robson had little hesitation in presenting us with this son of the Group 1, 6f 2yo winning, Ballydoyle sire SIOUX NATION, who happened to win the Group 2 Norfolk Stakes at Royal Ascot en route to his Gp1 Phoenix Stakes victory.
By SIOUX NATION; the Royal Ascot & Gr.1-winning 2YO by Scat Daddy - just like No Nay Never. Read about his sire here: https://coolmore.com/farms/ireland/stallions/sioux-nation
From a very fast and precocious family, this colt is exciting.
Here you can see him in action at Robsons:
He comes highly recommended by Robson, saying: “He’ll be a very good horse indeed over 6f and 7f, but he’ll be able to win over 5f to begin with. He could win a typical 5f maiden or novice in GB, before going on to much better things.”
Racing Update (10th May): An impressive Maiden winner at Chepstow today, he not only has the looks but the ability of a very nice horse! Hollie said "He's done it nicely and will benefit from going further. He has a very exhuberant action and mentally and physically, there's more to come." Bigger targets clearly await this exciting colt. A trip to Royal Ascot could easily be in the cards, if he continues to progress as he seems to be.