Jet Away: By the sire of Sea The Stars, this son of Cape Cross (by Green Desert) was a multiple winner from eight to 10 furlongs in England, including one Listed contest, before going to Australia. There he added the Group 3 Easter Cup at Caulfield, also over a mile and a quarter.
He starts his career as a dual-purpose sire at Arctic Tack Stud in Co Wexford.
He is out of Kalima (by Kahyasi) who is an unraced full-sister to the stakes winners Arrive and Hasili, and a half-sister to the dams of the Group 1 winners Three Valleys (by Diesis) and Leroidesanimaux (by Candy Stripes).
Arrive is, of course, the dam of the Group 1 winner Promising Lead (by Danehill), and Hasili is the phenomenal broodmare who has given us the Danehill-sired Group/Grade 1 stars Banks Hill, Champs Elysees (sire), Cacique (sire), and Intercontinental, the dual Grade 1 winner Heat Haze (by Green Desert), the Group 1 placed pattern scorer Deluxe (by Storm Cat), and the Group 1 placed Group 2 scorer and major sire Dansili (by Danehill).BACK TO NEWS