After the transferring of Bodemeister, Authorized and Myboycharlie, Jockey Club of Turkey has added two more names to their stallion roster from USA.
Super Saver and Daredevil, two stallions of WinStar Farm, were purchased by the Jockey Club of Turkey for covering mares during 2020 breeding season. So now 5 new stallions added to country’s breeding industry before the new season with the approval of the Ministry.
7-year-old Daredevil (More Than Ready – Chasethewildwind, Forty Niner) won the G1 Champagne Stakes as a two-year-old. Daredevil, who finished second in the G2 Fasig Tipton Swale Stales as three-year-old, totally won 2 of his 5 races and came second in 1 race during his racing career. He finished his career with the earning of 424.600 $.
First crop progeny of Daredevil has started to race this year. Among his progeny to date, Deviant won two black type races which includes Sunday Silence Stakes while Shadaresthedevil came third in the G2 Sorrento Stakes.
Super Saver (Maria’s Mon – Supercharger,A.P. Indy), the other stallion that the Jockey Club of Turkey bought, was born in 2007. He won the G2 Kentucky Jockey Club Stakes as a two year old and then won the G1 Kentucky Derby in front of Ice Box, Paddy O’Prado, Make Music for Me, Noble’s Promise and Lookin At Lucky as three-year-old. That year, he also came second in the G1 Arkansas Derby behind Lion Heart’s son Line of David and finished third in G3 Tampa Bay Derby. Super Saver finished his racing career with winning 3 of his 10 races and earning of 1.8 million $. He also came second in 2 races and third once.
Runhappy, son of Super Saver who entered the stud in 2011, reached 1.5 million $ earning and won 7 of his 10 races which include G1 Breeders’ Cup Sprint and G1 Malibu Stakes. He also crowned as “Champion Sprinter” in the 2015 Eclipse Awards.
Super Saver’s Competitive Edge won the G1 Hopeful Stakes as a two-year-old and G3 Pat Day Mile as three-year old. Embellish The Lace, who came victorious in the G1 Alabama Stakes; I Spent It, who wins the G2 Saratoga Special as a two-year-old; High Dollar Woman, who won the G2 Indiana Oaks during her three-year-old season, are among the stallion’s progeny.
We wish all the best to both two stallions for our breeding industry.