Power stallion shot in the field

Bay 2009 16.0½ hh (1.63 m)
Oasis Dream – Frappe
Distance won over: 5f. to 8f.

Gr.1 winning 2yo & Classic winning 3yo

Fee for 2016: €8,000

Power is one of the very best sons of European champion sprinter & leading sire Oasis Dream

From the family of proven Gr.1 sire Footstepsinthesand & Gr.1 winning 2yo Pedro The Great.

“Power has a juvenile Group 1 win, a Royal Ascot two-year-old success and a mile classic victory already on his record and as a high-class representative of the Green Desert branch of the Danzig line, he is going to be very popular when he heads to the stallion barn.”
Irish Field 2nd June 2012

First yearlings in 2015 sold for €255,000, €225,000, €150,000, €110,000, €105,000, €100,000 etc.

A leading first crop sire…

Peace Envoy won the Gr.3 Anglesey StakesListed Rochestown Stakes, runner up in the Gr.2 Railway Stakes & third in the Gr.1 Prix Morny for A P O’Brien

Ghayyar made all to win a maiden at Newmarket for Richard Hannon.

Biz Power, 3 length winner on debut & Gr.3 placed.

La Force won the Premio Duccia Di Buoninsegna, Rome and Listed placed in the Premio Luciano Mantovani, Milan

Somebody To Love, winner of a novice stakes on debut for Richard Hannon

Pleaseletmewin, 2-time winner for Ralph Beckett

Cristal Fizz, winner on debut for William Haggas

Wheneverwecan, a smart winner for Mark Johnston

Under Control, maiden winner  for William Haggas by 2½ lengths

Fair Power, made all to win a novice stakes by 2 lengths for Sylvester Kirk

San Sebastiana, winner of a maiden at Doncaster on debut for Karl Burke

George Reme, winner of a maiden at Newcastle for John Quinn

Sweetasever, won at Gowran Park for trainer Joseph O’Brien

Gift Of Power, won a maiden in New Zealand by 2 lengths and will be aimed at the Karaka Million

Baffonero won the Premio Pallanza, Milan

Power victory for Kirk

June 22, 2016

Trainer Sylvester Kirk was responsible for Power’s latest first-crop winner on Tuesday when Fair Power (2c Power-Pitrizzia, by Lando) easily…

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Power proved admirably tough. Precocious enough to make a winning debut as early as May 2, he proceeded to win the Gr.2 Coventry Stakes and the Gr.1 National Stakes before training on to become Oasis Dream’s first Gr.1 classic winner.

The MR PROSPECTOR line has provided Oasis Dream with some of his most precocious winners. A MACHIAVELLIAN mare produced the Gr.1 winners Goldream and Naaqoos, while a ZAFONIC mare is dam of Gr.2 winner Showcasing. It was a KINGMAMBO mare who produced the outstanding Midday. Other sons of Oasis Dream have stakes winners out of grand-daughters of MR PROSPECTOR, including the smart sprinter Waady, plus the 2yo Gr.3 winner Moonee Valley from a NAYEF mare.

Oasis Dream has an outstanding record with mares by SELKIRK, siring nine stakes winners including the Group winners Main Aim, Bye Bye Birdie and Monitor Closely. He also sired the smart Gale Force Ten from a grand-daughter of SELKIRK.

Power’s speed and precocity should prove very useful to mares with SADLER’S WELLS blood. Approve is the best of Oasis Dream’s winners out of SADLER’S WELLS mares and he has eight stakes winners with second dams by SADLER’S WELLS, including the Gr.1 Middle Park Stakes winner Charming Thought. Oasis Dream is also siring Group winners from mares by Sadler’s Wells’ sons, including the Gr.2 winner Hard Dream from a GALILEO mare, Peace At Last and Rainfall from BARATHEA mares and the very smart Sri Putra from an IN THE WINGS mare. A son of Oasis Dream has a Gr.3 winner out of a grand-daughter of BARATHEA.

Mares with NIJINSKY blood have provided Oasis Dream with some of his best winners. A NINISKI mare produced the tough Gr.1 winner Lady Jane Digby, while the German 2,000 Guineas winner Frozen Power and the very useful Bronterre have dams by ROYAL ACADEMY. Other NIJINSKY line broodmare sires are SUAVE DANCER (Gr.1 winner Tuscan Evening) and KAHYASI (Gr.2 winner Visit).

The NUREYEV line is worthy of consideration, as Oasis Dream has Group winners out of mares by THEATRICAL, SOVIET STAR and PIVOTAL.

Power’s pedigree allows him a lot of scope with the DANEHILL branch of the DANZIG line. Footstepsinthesand, another stallion from Power’s family, has a fine record with DANEHILL mares.

LINAMIX mares have excelled with Oasis Dream, with three stakes winners from seven foals, headed by the top-class sprinter Muhaarar.

As Power’s family has produced a classic winner to GIANT’S CAUSEWAY, mares from the STORM CAT line are worth trying. Sons of Oasis Dream have stakes winners from this line, including a German 1,000 Guineas winner from a grand-daughter of STORM CAT.

The MILL REEF line is important for Oasis Dream. Arcano is out of a DAYLAMI mare and Starlit Sands is out of a daughter of SLIP ANCHOR. Oasis Dream also has stakes winners with dams by DOYOUN, MARK OF ESTEEM and DEPLOY.

CADEAUX GENEREUX mares have made a bright start with Oasis Dream, with the Gr.2 winner Misheer being the best example. Two sons of Oasis Dream already have 2yo Listed winners with dams by CADEAUX GENEREUX. EFISIO mares produced the Gr.3 winners Rimth and Fountain of Youth.

With AHONOORA back in the fourth generation of Power’s foals, there is scope for more AHONOORA blood. Oasis Dream sired the fast performers Jwala, Reply, Swiss Dream and Run For The Hills from INDIAN RIDGE mares. They produce 4×3 to AHONOORA with Power.

ROYAL APPLAUSE, his son ACCLAMATION and grandson DARK ANGEL look sure to produced 2yo winners to Power, especially when a ROYAL APPLAUSE mare has already produced a 2yo Gr.3 winner to another son of Oasis Dream.

PRINCIPAL PERFORMANCE

BRILLIANT GR.1 WINNER AT 2 YEARS

1st National Stakes – Gr.1, 7f. Curragh by ½ a length from Dragon Pulse & David Livingston.
1st Coventry Stakes – Gr.2, 6f., Royal Ascot by a neck from Roman Soldier & St Barths.
1st Marble Hill Stakes – L.R., 5f., Curragh by a short head 5 from Tough As Nails & Fire Lily.
1st  Maiden, 7f., Curragh by 2 lengths on debut from Remember Alexander  & Riviera Poet.
2nd Dewhurst Stakes – Gr.1, 7f. Newmarket beaten ½ length by Parish Hall.
2nd  Phoenix Stakes – Gr.1, 6f. Curragh, beaten a neck by La Collina.

CLASSIC WINNER AT 3 YEARS

1st Irish 2000 Guineas – Gr.1, 8f. Curragh by a length from Foxtrot Romeo & Reply.

Irish 2000 Guineas-Gr.1


National Stakes-Gr.1


Coventry Stakes-Gr.2