Too Darn Hot Available for Southern Hemisphere Coverings

Tara Madgwick - Thursday July 4

Six of the European Darley roster will be available to cover southern hemisphere time this year, including Champion Australian First Season Sire elect Too Darn Hot (GB), who would have covered a full book in Australia this spring at a fee of $110,000.

Too Darn Hot is available for SH covers at a fee of 50,000 pounds.

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Too Darn Hot will be made available at a fee of £50,000.

Fellow Dalham Hall Stud residents Palace Pier (Kingman) and Cracksman (Frankel) will also cover Southern Hemisphere time, at fees of £25,000 and £17,500 respectively.

Three Irish-based stallions, all of them by Too Darn hot’s sire Dubawi, are also available: Night of Thunder (Dubawi)  (€60,000), Space Blues  (€15,000) and Naval Crown (€10,000).

 

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