Half brother to the The Happy Hammer and other prolific winners.
A 50,000 guineas yearling was targeted after the exploits of The Happy Hammer and duly produced the goods on his second start for us, having never been placed prior to that. Best at 6f on turf or 7f on the all weather, he had already won four by the time he went close in a hot sprint at Ascot, beaten only by the winner and two subsequent Group horses. Eventually, plotted to win a handicap on the first day of racing at Chelmsford City’s opening day and duly obliged, sparking wild celebrations. Unfortunately, developed a wind problem immediately after the best run of his life and never recovered. Happily retired now in Cambridgeshire.