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He's A Decoy set for
stud career in Australia

HE'S A DECOY, a half-brotherto Danetime who ran third in the Irish 2,000 Guineas to Cockney Rebel, will enter stud at Westbury Park in Australia this season. The five-year-old son of In The Wings will stand for A$6,600 (£3,294/€3,843) with a A$2,200 discount available to the first 60 mares booked.

Trained by David Wachman, He's A Decoy captured his first two starts including the Listed Rochestown Stakes by five lengths. Although he failed to win another race, he ran well in defeat, notably when finishing in front of Duke Of Marmalade and Vital Equine in the Irish 2,000 Guineas and when a half-length second to Halicarnassus in the Superlative Stakes as a two-year-old.

Despite never standing for more than €8,500, He's A Decoy's half-brother Danetime sired seven Group 1 performers during a truncated stud career including last season's Middle Park Stakes and Prix Morny hero Bushranger.

Baerami Thoroughbreds in New South Wales will welcome the Group 3-placed Where's That Tiger to their roster.

By Storm Cat out of a sister to Fusaichi Pegasus, Where's That Tiger was initially trained by Aidan O'Brien to win first time out over 5f at the Curragh and run fourth in the Listed Aubigny Stakes at Goodwood.

Transferred to Mike de Kock, he went on to run a half-length second to Gold For Sale in the UAE 2,000 Guineas before finishing in front ofGroup 1 performer Banc de Fortune when winning a 900 metre barrier trial at Rosehill in Australia during a stint with Gai Waterhouse.

Where's That Tiger, who will stand alongside Mount Nelson at Baerami Thoroughbreds, has had his fee set at A$5,500 (£2,746/€3,203).




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