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Blueprint: the son of Generous will stand at Yorton Farm in Shropshire 

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Blueprint and Indian Danehill to Yorton Farm

DAVID and Teresa's Yorton Farm in Shropshire will welcome two new stallions to their roster next season in Blueprint and Indian Danehill.

Blueprint will stand for £1,200 while Indian Danehill will be available for £2,000. Both stallions formerly stood at Glenview Stud in Ireland.

"We're very excited to be standing two new quality, commercial stallions, both of whom are continually represented by winners," said Teresa Futter.

A Group 3-winning two-year-old, Indian Danehill progressed to take the Prix Ganay as a four-year-old from Greek Dance. He also ran second in the Grand Prix de Paris and Prix d'Ispahan.

Although his first crop are only seven-years-old, the son of Danehill has already been represented by a clutch of smart jumpers led by the Grade 1-placed hurdlers Indian Spring and Premier Dane as well as promising novice hurdler Charity Lane.

"I have two exciting prospects by Indian Danehill and I would like some more by him," commented trainer Nicky Henderson. "I will be recommending him to my owner-breeders."

Blueprint retired to stud as the winner of nine races including the Group 2 Jockey Club Cup. The son of Generous was also successful in a pair of Grade2 races in the US.

His first jumps-bred runners hit the track in 2006 and include Forgivememaria, who ran second in a Listed hurdle at Limerick.

Blueprint and Indian Danehill will stand alongside Primo Valentino and Revoque at Yorton Farm.




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