Declarationofpeace has got off to a cracking start at stud which includes an outstanding quality of broodmares.
Notably amongst them is Jet Master mare Mystery Dame – the dam of Gr1 winner Lady In Black and Gr2 Snaith-trained winner, Nexus.
Covering a full book of 86 in his first season, amongst the mares is the likes of Mile High (Captain Al), Clifton Sunset (an imported mare by Canford Cliffs from the immediate family of sire Philanthropist), and Galileo mare Untoward, who is the dam of Captain Who.
Gr3 winner Queens Command (by Commands) is an interesting pedigree. She is out of an Unbridled’s Song mare which will suit Declarationofpeace very well.
There is also the very well bred Trippi mare Jane S Piddy, the dam of winner Rodriguez – which is also the female line of Mystery Dame mentioned above, as well as South African-bred Singapore champion Lizarre and the family of Dance With Al.
Mike McHardy of Rathmor Stud has described Declarationofpeace as “a really good looking horse who is very well put together.”
The son of War Front covered his first mare soon after arrival and has reportedly taken to his stud career with ease.
A $2,6-million dollar weanling from the exceptional female line of Serena’s Song and a half-brother to Gr1 winner and producer Honor Code and Noble Tune, Declarationofpeace was a precocious 2yo.
His book for 2021 is full and special dispensation has been given to select approved mares who qualify for Rathmor’s “Come For The Ride” incentive.