20-year-old Danehill Dancer continues to churn out stakes-winners with European import I’m Imposing (8g Danehill Dancer x On Fair Stage, by Sadlers Wells) claiming his first Black Type success in the Group III ATC Summer Cup at Randwick on Boxing Day.
Now prepared by Chris Waller, I’m Imposing defeated Travolta to win the 2000 metre contest by half a head, his overall record now four wins and six placings from 21 starts.
A winner at York and Haydock when trained by Sir Michael Stoute, I’m Imposing was sold to Lloyd Williams and won first-up at Caulfield in October 2010. He made a further six starts for the stable without winning.
The son of Danehill Dancer was then sold to clients of the Chris Waller stable, but was off the scene for over two years through tendon injuries, so has had a very chequered career.
I’m Imposing is a half-brother to two stakes-winners including the Group I French Derby hero Reliable Man, who also ended up in the Waller stable winning the Group I ATC Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Randwick earlier this year.
I’m Imposing is the 153rd stakes-winner worldwide for Danehill Dancer.