There is no way that this horse is anything but a Helmet. Like his sire, he is big in stature and in character! Helmet made headlines earlier this year as the sire of Thunder Snow, winner of the Dubai World Cup 2018 underneath Christophe Soumillion. Rather notably Thunder Snow remains one of very few horses to turn their talent to both turf and dirt racing.  Immoral is out of Loose Julie, who is a three-quarter sister to Stakes winner Desert Sky. Loose Julie has produced three winners already.

A set back meant that Immoral was unable to run as a two year old but is now back in full training and going well. Ed Walker has been much happier with his progress at home of late. Immoral shaped with some promise on his debut at Salisbury and this big horse is sure to come on for his first experience on the racecourse. His next start was in a very hot contest at Newbury where he struggled to get on terms but continued his education on the track. He received his handicap mark following his third run at Beverley and put up a much better performance to finish second at Chepstow having come from a long way back. He then put up his best performance to date when winning with a little in hand at Yarmouth.

He was recently sold at the Doncaster sales.



Helmet (AUS)

Loose Julie (IRE)

Exceed And Excel (AUS)

Accessories (GB)

Cape Cross (IRE)

Badrah (USA)

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