Irish bred stallion Danesis has been acquired to stand at Carin Park in Victoria this spring. He is a Danehill half-brother to champion international sire Dehere.
In a deal brokered by Magic Millions, Danesis will join Rebel Raider, Solo Flyer and Curata Storm for a $4,400 service fee at the Hamilton based stud.
Danesis won five races up to 1650 metres in Hong Kong and he was also runner-up in the G3 Premier Plate. He earned HK$6 million under the guidance of trainer John Moore. “Danesis is one of the last sons of Danehill to enter stud,” Carin Park’s Maggie Cumming said. “He is from a stakes performed Secretariat mare Sister Dot and hails from a pedigree proven in both hemispheres.”
Aside from Dehere, Sister Dot is also the dam of Defrere as well as the dam of Aussie group winner Hanks and international Group winner Fast Decision.
Danesis is by Danzig’s champion sire son Danehill – sire of star Australian sires including Redoute’s Choice, Flying Spur, Danzero, Catbird, Fastnet Rock, Exceed and Excel, Danehill Dancer and Danasinga.