Power juveniles make lightning start

5 May 2016

Power's first-crop Northern Hemisphere juveniles have come out running.

As of today he has had three runners out; two have been winners on debut and the other runner has been placed second on debut.

Peace Envoy (Power ex Hoh My Darling, by Dansilli) was Power's first winner, taking out a five furlong maiden juvenile in Ireland at the start of April.  The colt has had one more start for a second placing at The Curragh.

Next to win for the sire was Biz Power (Power ex Biz Bar, by Tobougg), another colt who won at Milan in Italy on the Ist of May.

The other runner out so far for Power is Wheneverwecan, a filly from the College Chapel mare Jallaissine, who ran second on debut last Saturday in England.

Cambridge Stud shuttler Power (Oasis Dream) was a magnificent juvenile himself winning at Gr.1, Gr.2 & Gr.3 level at that age and was also placed second twice at the elite level.    He trained on to win at three the Group 1 Irish Two Thousand Guineas.

Sir Patrick Hogan said today that he is receiving reports from the North Hemisphere that Power's progeny are showing exceptional ability and are expected to be  performing at the highest level.  

Like Power himself, his first three dams were all two year old winners.

Oasis Dream, the sire of Power, is also the sire of another successful shuttler in Showcasing .

Power's fee for the upcoming season has remained at $8,000 + gst (LFG).  His oldest in this country are rising two-year-olds with his Karaka yearlings selling up to $600,000.