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Dutch Art - Royal Ascot 19.06.07

Dutch Art: has made a quick start at stud

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Beverley: Dutch Art
fires in another winner

THE good impression made this season by Dutch Art's first two-year-olds continued on Tuesday when the action at Beverley unveiled another smart representative in Caspar Netscher.

The Alan McCabe-trained colt, who turns two on Wednesday, comfortably landed the 5f maiden from Last Bid (by Vital Equine) despite missing the break. He is the second winner in as many days for his sire following Van Go Go's success at Wolverhampton on Monday.

Caspar Netscher is the fourth winner for DutchArt, who has also been represented by the highly regarded dual-winning filly Miss Work Of Art and runaway Wolverhampton scorer Monnoyer. The Group 1-winning son of Medicean stands at Cheveley Park Stud for £5,000.

Bred by Meon Valley Stud, Caspar Netscher is a half-brother to triple winner Bronze Beau and out of Bella Cantata, an unraced Singspiel granddaughter of blue hen Reprocolor.

Purchased by Katie Walsh for 25,000gns at the Tattersalls October Sale,Caspar Netscher provides an early advert for the Tattersalls Craven Breeze-up having changed hands at the sale for 65,000gns to McCabe with agent Tom Malone.





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