European Stakes-Winner for Brazen Beau
Tara Madgwick - Monday June 10
I Am Invincible's champion son Brazen Beau has sired his first Northern Hemisphere stakes-winner with talented filly Avengers Queen winning the Listed Premio Mario E Vittorio Crespi at San Siro in Italy.

Brazen BeauTrained by Agostino Affie, Avengers Queen scored a three quarter length win in the six furlong sprint and has now won two of three starts with her only other start a fifth in a Listed race.

Bred in the UK by Whitsbury Manor Stud, she was a modest £8,000 at the Goffs UK Premier Yearling Sale so has already won back her purchase price.
She is the first winner from Showstoppa, a half-sister by Showcasing to Group II winner Temple Meads.

Avengers Queen is the second stakes-winner for Brazen Beau joining classy Australian colt Accession.

Brazen Beau stands at Darley Victoria at a fee of $49,500.

Brazen Beau in upcoming sales:
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