Choisir, like Lynward Park’s Alfred Nobel a Group 1 winning son of champion UK sire Danehill Dancer, has a budding English sprint star in Olympic Glory.
Olympic Glory stormed home to fittingly win the Group 2 Vintage Stakes (seven furlongs) at Glorious Goodwood in England on Wednesday (August 1), the same day Great Britain gained it’s first gold medal at the London Olympic Games.
Olympic Glory has now won at three of four starts – he took the Group 2 Superlative Stakes at Newmarket at his previous start – and is now headed towards the Group 1 Dewhurst Stakes.
Choisir’s son, Chandlery, won last year’s Vintage Stakes and he now has 39 Group/Listed winners.
Compare the bottom lines of Choisir and Alfred Nobel. There’s simply no comparison.
Alfred Nobel comes out a mile ahead.
Choisir stands for $27,500 at Coolmore Australia. Alfred Nobel’s service fee is $7150.