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Brazen Beau x Caesarissa 20 Colt

Sire: Brazen Beau

Dam: Caesarissa

Colour: Brown

Sex: Colt

Age: Yearling

Trainer: Ciaron Maher & David Eustace


2.5% $ 6,500
5% $ 13,000
10% $ 26,000

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Brazen Beau colt out of Caesarissa, one of the top picks of the Inglis Classic Sale and we are so excited to have him. Coming from a great family, RUSSIAN REVOLUTION and HOME AFFAIRS, he is an exceptional type to look at. The colt is exceptional quality, a good size and lots of strength about him. Broken in by Gordon Pratt who says, “ this colt has given me the best feel this year. Very forward strong colt, like everything I’ve seen from him”.

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David Mourad (BBT Racing Manager) comments: Lot 442 from the Inglis Classic sale, beautiful Brazen Beau colt out of Caesarissa. I thought this colt was one of the top colts of the sale. Very surprised we were able to secure him, thought he was out of our budget, so we are very happy to have him. Comes from also a great family, RUSSIAN REVOLUTION and HOME AFFAIRS so certainly got that pedigree. By his look he has plenty of quality, good size, has good bones, moves really well. If you want a good quality colt, this is the one for you.

Ciaron Maher (Trainer) comments: Loved it as a physical, ticked all the boxes for what we look for. This horse has a great head, great temperament and a lovely colt going forward. Really nice type.

Our colt passed his x-rays and clinical vet examination and passed as low risk suitable for racing.

Watch the video (left) to hear Gordon’s comments about how the colt broke in.


BRAZEN BEAU Champion 3YO Colt in Australia in 2014-15. 5 wins-2 at 2-at 1100m, 1200m, £112,875, A$1,407,825, VRC Newmarket H., Gr.1, Coolmore Stud S., Gr.1. He entered stud in Aust. in 2015. Leading Sire of 2YOs in NZ in 2020-21. Sire of 358 progeny to race, 195 winners (54.0%), earnings of over $17 million, 16 stakes winners, 11 stakes placegetters, including ON THE BUBBLES – 6 wins-4 at 2-to 1400m to 2021-22, NZ$912,550, Manawatu Sires Produce S., Gr.1, ARC Karaka 2YO Million, PRETTY BRAZEN 5 wins-1 at 2-from 1200m to 1600m to 2020-21, A$698,325, VRC Let’s Elope S., Gr.2, and GENERAL BEAU 4 wins-3 at 2-to 1100m to 2021-22, A$732,225, MRC Blue Diamond Prelude (c&g), Gr.3 and 3d MVRC William Reid S., Gr.1.


The Dam, CAESARISSA is by good sire Holy Roman Emperor, who has produced as a broodmare sire Grp 1 winners NEWSPAPEROFRECORD, JOHANNES VERMEER and SHALE. He is the broodmare sire of earnings in excess of over $28 million. CAESARISSA was a winner up to 1400m. She is also a success as a broodmare already producing international winner Super Invincible. CAESARISSA is a direct descendent to 11 Stakes winners & performers including Grp 1 winners RUSSIAN REVOLUTION and HOME AFFAIRS.


Ciaron Maher took his first tentative steps in racing as a teenager, working with a trainer after school each day. He was an apprentice jockey with Peter Hayes in Adelaide and Melbourne before becoming an accomplished jumps jockey, competing in Australia versus Ireland jockey challenges and riding in England, Ireland and Dubai.

In 2005 he established himself as a trainer in Warrnambool, home of jumps racing. His first winner was Spectacular Storm in a hurdle race at Terang, followed up smartly by another win at Sandown. The stage was set for a successful career not only in jumps racing, but also on the flat as the stable grew. Ciaron Maher has since moved to Caulfield, where he has expansive stables on the course. He has also retained facilities in Warrnambool, which suit horses in need of a country setting, and has secured new premises at Randwick. At his property in Pakenham, on the edge of Melbourne’s suburbs, he has agistment and pre-training facilities.

A young trainer with an eye for picking winning prospects at yearling sales, he has built a stable of loyal owners as well as successful horses. He welcomes first-time owners as well as experienced racing hands. He is regarded as hard-working, thoughtful and, above all, patient. His promise is that every horse will be given every chance to develop its full potential.

Ciaron Maher discovered the thrill of Group 1 success in 2007 with TEARS I CRY winning the VRC Emirates stakes at Flemington.

Consequently Black type races have flowed since then, SRIKANDI winning the Group 1 AAMI Stradbroke Handicap and the Group 1 Sky Racing Tatts Club Tiara, SET SQUARE winning the Group 1 Crown Oaks, and the following year, JAMEKA winning the Group 1 Crown Oaks including the Group 1 BMW Stakes and the Group 1 Caulfield Cup not forgetting LOVING GABY (by I Am Invincible) winning the Group 1 William Reid Stakes in 2020. 


Eligible for the lucrative BOBS Silver bonus scheme, $3.5 million Golden Slipper, $1 million Golden Rose, Blue Diamond & Blue Sapphire and the Inglis Race Series

Share Price: 2.5% share $6,500 or 5% share $13,000 or 10% share $26,000 

BUY NOW PAY LATER: $1,625.00 upfront followed by 3 equal monthly repayments of $1,625.00 (applicable per 2.5% share).

Share Price Includes Purchase Price, Nominations and Bonus Schemes, Clinical Examination and Mortality Insurance which is covered up to the 28th February 2023.

Monthly Flat Fee for a 2.5% share per month is $155.00 (incl. GST) and for a 5% share per month is $310.00 (incl. GST) and so on. The Monthly Flat Fee includes Ongoing Racing Expenses (i.e. $120 per 2.5% share per month) and Management Fee (i.e. $35 per 2.5% share per month, capped at $140 per month for 10% share and above). Your first Monthly Flat Fee payment is due on the 1st September 2022. Please refer to Clause 13 of the PDS and Section F of the Partnership Agreement, for full details.

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Brazen Beau x Caesarissa 20 Colt

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