Qué yeguas se le podrían ofertar a un reproductor como el irlandés YEATS? Algo más que las provenientes de carreras de salto de obstáculos, y de la madre de Jukebox Jury pueden brotar interesantes respuestas, en mi opinión.
Jukebox Jury's first
four foals are a hit
BY BLOODSTOCK WORLD STAFF11:31AM
30 JAN 2014
THE first four foals by Irish St Leger winner and
Gestüt Etzean sireJukebox
Juryhave been born.
The first arrival was a filly out of the Sri Pekan
mare Fujairah born in Switzerland for breeder Fritz von Ballmoos.
She was followed by three colts born at Etzean - a son
of the Listed-winning Dashing Blade mare Lilia, a grandson of champion Alte
Zeit who is closely related to last season's John of Gaunt Stakes winner
Amarillo and a half-brother to last year's Deutsches Derby third Nordvulkan.
"All his foals are correct and have a quality
head and presence," said Etzean manager Ralf Kredel. "We could not
have been happier with this start and are looking forward to seeing more of his
A €270,000 Arqana yearling purchase, Jukebox Jury was
trained by Mark Johnston for Alan Spence.
The son of Montjeu won nine of his 22 starts,
including two Group 1s - the Irish St Leger and the Preis von Europa - and four
Group 2s, among them the Royal Lodge Stakes at two.
Jukebox Jury covered more than 70 mares in his first
season at Etzean last year, making him the second busiest sire in Germany.