Commodity (IRE)

This gelding is the son of Dutch Art, a stallion who is quickly becoming a global phenomenon with sons Garswood and Caspar Netscher winning Group races in France and Canada as well as the unbeaten sprint sensation Slade Power. This well marked horse is bred to be fast, but it would be no surprise if he was also able to stretch out and stay a mile given his scope. His dam Royale Danehill has a hundred percent strike rate of winners to runners and she is out of the marvellous race mare Royal Ballerina, who won six races including The Blandford Stakes (Gr 2) and was second in both the English and Irish Oaks.

Sir Michael Stoute has taken his time with this son of Dutch Art, who we will be ready to see the best of into his four-year-old season after an interrupted three-year-old season in 2016, where his best effort came at Windsor finishing third and earning him a mark of 75. He will be one to improve off this mark into the 2017 turf season.  


Commodity (IRE)

Dutch Art (GB)

Royale Danehill (IRE)

Medicean (GB)

Halland Park Lass (IRE)

Danehill (USA)

Royal Ballerina (IRE)

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Race record

Date Racecourse Race name
  Distance Jockey Position Racing Post race result
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09/09/2017 Kempton Park AW The totequadpot London Mile Handicap (Series Final)
1m Ted Durcan Unplaced Link to race result
14/08/2017 Wolverhampton The FCL Global Forwarding - Making Logistics Personal Handicap
1m 1/2f Ryan Moore 3rd Link to race result
10/06/2017 Haydock The Betway Mile Handicap
1m Ryan Moore 4th Link to race result
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