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Just a couple of days after Darley announced that Too Darn Hot would not be shuttling to Australia, the operation revealed that he will be available to cover on southern hemisphere time at a fee of £50,000 from Dalham Hall Stud.

The son of Dubawi, who is the most successful first-season sire ever in Australia and has already produced Group 1 scorer Broadsiding Down Under, will be joined by fellow Dalham Hall Stud residents Palace Pier and Cracksman to cover southern hemisphere time, at fees of £25,000 and £17,500 respectively.

Three Irish-based stallions are also available; Night Of Thunder (€60,000), Space Blues (€15,000) and Naval Crown (€10,000).

Too Darn Hot had travelled to Darley’s Hunter Valley base for the last four seasons but he will not shuttle to Kelvinside for the 2024 season. Instead, the sire of Irish 1,000 Guineas winner Fallen Angel and German 1,000 Guineas heroine Darnation, will spearhead Darley’s six-strong team of stallions available on southern hemisphere time. 

The post Too Darn Hot To Cover On £50,000 Southern Hemisphere Time Fee appeared first on TDN | Thoroughbred Daily News | Horse Racing News, Results and Video | Thoroughbred Breeding and Auctions.

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