Tony Morris

“Successful on his debut over 6f in May, and ranked the best in Britain at two and three, Sir Percy emulated outstanding sires Hyperion, Nijinsky and Mill Reef as winner of both the Dewhurst and the Derby. He ran true to his heritage, showing speed and middle-distance merit of a high order, and his pedigree makes him a suitable match for most British and Irish mares. His sire, grandsires and great-grandsires were all Group 1 winners who sired Group 1 winners, and he comes from an exceptional female line. It should be obvious to all breeders that he has the credentials to succeed at stud.”

Percy Jackson first winner for Epsom Derby winner Sir Percy

Making his career debut, Percy Jackson scored a clear win in the fourth race at Bath on Monday to become the first winner for English classic winner and Britain-based freshman sire Sir Percy.
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Brain International Stallion Report

Brain International Ltd
Initial Comment

Breeders have become used to viewing stallions in terms of their commerciality, or fashionability, for want of a better word. But when a stallion is in the position of sire of a broodmare, he is no longer subject to the fickleness and irrationality of breeders, and his pedigree characteristics are given an opportunity to show through, perhaps regardless of a mediocre performance as a stallion.

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Another Update For Sir Percy

Melbourne, Vic, November 20, 2009
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Racing and Sports – Sir Percy

Sir Percy Exciting Addition To NZ Ranks 17/07/2009. Rich Hill Stud’s new boy on the block, Sir Percy, is a stallion with serious sire potential.
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First Foals For Derby Winner Sir Percy

Tuesday, 10 February 2009, The first three foals by Derby winner Sir Percy have arrived, including a colt out of Codename, a daughter of the Group-winning Orford Ness.
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Sir Percy Wins the 2006 Derby

Saturday, 3 June 2006, Sir Percy, trained by Marcus Tregoning and ridden by Martin Dwyer, won the Vodafone Derby, snatching victory from Dragon Dancer in a dramatic finish.
Read the full article on the BBC News web site