Ascot Stud’s well bred young stallion Global View has made a tremendous start to his stud career, and the son of Galileo came up with a third winner, from his first five runners, when his Fireview won at Fairview on Friday afternoon.
Bred by the Riyo Stud, two-year-old Fireview had been third on his only previous start, but made amends for his debut defeat when scoring a comprehensive win on the polytrack on Friday.
Under Wayne Agrella, the Global View colt put daylight between himself and his rivals when running out a three length winner of the first race, a maiden juvenile plate over 1000 metres.
Trained by Yvette Bremner, Fireview is out of the Sail From Seattle mare Spellfire, and he was a R40 000 bargain buy from the 2019 Emperors Palace National 2YO Sale.
Fireview joins debut winners Delicasea and Global Drummer as early winners to have emerged from Global View’s first crop.
Currently South Africa’s Leading First Crop Sire, Global View was a high-class racehorse who won the G3 Generous Stakes at two and G2 American Turf Stakes the following year.
A son of the world’s premier sire Galileo, and bred on the same cross as the latter’s very promising sire son, and dual classic winner, Gleneagles, Global View has 3 lots on offer at the upcoming Cape Yearling Sale including a colt (Lot 46) out of a four time winning granddaughter of Storm Cat, and a filly (Lot 138) out of a dual winning ½ sister to G1 Cape Derby/G1 Premiers Champion Stakes winner Eyes Wide Open.