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Super Easy provides Darci Brahma with first
04 Dec 2010 | by Jeff Dore 

 

The John Sargent-trained Super Easy (2 B. C. Darci Brahma – Parfore, by Gold Brose) provided The Oaks Stud stallion Darci Brahma (Danehill) with his first winner, in the $15,000 KPR Catering 2YO Handicap at Trentham on Saturday.
On debut, in the hands of Hayden Tinsley, Super Easy ran a track record for a two-year-old over 1000-metres (56.20) on footing rated Dead4, upgraded to Good3 before the following event, race two.
Purchased as a yearling by Blue Sky Thoroughbreds for $140,000 from the draft of Esker Lodge at the 2010 New Zealand Bloodstock Premier Yearling Sale, Super Easy is managed by bloodstock agent Michael Wallace for the Hong Kong-based Joy N Happiness Stable.
Sargent said Super Easy is nominated for the Karaka Million Series for two and three-year-olds and would likely race in Hong Kong afterwards.
Super Easy won by three-quarters-of-a-length over Planet Rock (Fastnet Rock), with four-and-three-quarter-lengths to Elusive Red in third, while all three were on debut.
Impressive winning both the Wellington Guineas, and the Telegraph Handicap, at Trentham, Darci Brahma was a tremendous racehorse with an amazing temperament, and through the deeds of Super Easy has started off as a stallion in fine fashion.
Darci Brahma won 10 of his 19 starts for earnings of $1,230,186.
 
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