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First Australian
winner for Street Sense

STREET Sense sired his first Australian winner on Wednesday when Sky Princess landed her 5f debut at Ascot in Perth.

The filly is one of six runners from the first southern hemisphere crop of Street Sense, who stood the past Australian season at Darley's Kelvinsidebase for A$38,500. The Joe Byrne-trained filly scored by a neck over Fine Copper, a first-crop daughter of Jeremy Noseda's Golden Jubilee Stakes winner Soldier's Tale. 

A half-sister to the Group 3-placed Little Baldy and theeighth winner out of Versailles Pike, Sky Princess was purchased for A$100,000 at the 2010 Magic Millions National Weanling Sale.

Street Sense, the only horse to pull off the Breeders' Cup Juvenile and Kentucky Derby double, is the sire of 24 winners in the northern hemisphere led by Grade 3 winners Castaway and Motor City and the Grade 1-placed Miss Netta.

The son of Street Cry stands at Darley at Jonabell in Kentucky for $40,000.




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