Available Horses: David O'Meara

Dragon Glass

This gorgeous grey two-year-old filly is available on a lease basis. She's a quality daughter of Kingston Hill, the top-class unbeaten two-year-old Group 1 winner who went on to finish runner-up in the Epsom Derby before winning another classic, the St. Leger.

Dragon Glass is exceptionally well bred, being a half-sister to the Group 3 placed Divine Night, from the family of the outstanding 2000 Guineas winner Xaar. Her pedigree is awash with the black type of her many Group class relations and she’s probably the best bred filly we’ve ever taken on.

Dragon Glass Walk HomeShe's training well and David has been very taken with how she goes about her exercise at home.

David reports Dragon Glass is a very straightforward filly. She's cantering away well on the gallops and David is very happy with her progress, describing her as a filly with great substance and a fine way of going when ridden.

As the video below shows, this filly is an impressive, almost effortless mover.

Our trainer is very well connected and has provided us with some excellent success with similar leased opportunities in the past from his contacts in Ireland.

From just a handful of leased horses David has provided our owners with Supreme Occasion, who finished fourth at Group 2 level as a juvenile after winning her first two starts, and four-time winner Coolfitch, another first-time-out winner, who won a big race at York’s Dante meeting and ran with distinction at Listed level.

Both those horses proved quality types and very exciting fillies to be involved with. With a great physical and an outstanding pedigree, we’re expecting this filly can follow suit and prove another exciting performer for our owners to enjoy with David.

We currently have two shares remaining in this exciting prospect.

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