Dam: Sweet Sienna
Trainer: Karl Burke
Syndicate owns: 2.50%, split into 15 shares
Share £250.00 to ENIGMA members, all upkeep included to 1st Nov 2021
Thereafter annual upkeep begins at circa. £95.00 per share (less our split of prize money earnings)
A 50,000 GNS purchase from Tattersalls Book 2 - her sire Adaay offers fantastic value, being a stallion son of Kodiac - the finest 2yo sire on the planet.
Adaay has already made a big impact; the leading British-based first season sire in 2020 and already off to a flyer in 2021.
Purchased by Nick Bradley, the shrewdest judge around of good value fillies: Nick paid just £20,000 for Fev Rover who was 3rd in this years 1000 Guineas.
A really taking filly, she is working very well at home and is shaping like a filly with Stakes / Black Type potential. She went for a racecourse gallop at Newcastle on 5th May and worked very well.
Karl Burke describes her as well above average and sure to win races. We are expecting her to debut in May 2021, and Karl thinks she has the scope to progress throughout her 2yo season.
All backed up by her pedigree - she hails from a very fast family and is bred for success.
The Kodiac sire line needs no introduction, while her dam, Sweet Sienna, is out of Gr.2 Temple Stakes winner Look Busy who herself is also the half-sister of Unfortunately - winner of the Prix Morny and Prix Robert Papin.
It doesn't get speedier than that. It's a 2yo's page that is all speed on speed and we can't wait to see what she can do this summer.
She has the genes and looks to be anything and the signs are that she's a useful prospect who may take a shot at Listed or Group races at some stage in her 2yo career.