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Tally Ho Stud's Baltic King off the mark

TALLY Ho Stud's Baltic King became the tenth European first-season stallion to get off the mark on Tuesday when the Mick Channon-trained Factory Time justified favouritism in the 5f maiden at Bath.

Mick Channon -York - 2006

Mick Channon: sent out Baltic King's first winner, Factory Time

  PICTURE: Edward Whitaker (racingpost.com/photos) 

A 20,000gns purchase by Gill Richardson on behalf of Jaber Abdullah, Factory Time was appropriately bred by Tally Ho Stud. He is a half-brother to Ambrose Princess, a winner under both codes, and out of the winning Mark Of Esteem mare Mark One.

Baltic King was one of the toughest recruits to the stallion ranks in 2008, retiring as the winner of eight of 49 starts. The son of Danetime enjoyed his finest hours when winning a pair of Listed sprint races although he also turned in a fine performance to win the 2006 handicap Wokingham Handicap.

Baltic King is standing the 2011 season at Tally Ho Stud for €3,000.

 

 

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