Fees have been announced for the 10 stallions who will stand on the Darley roster in Japan in 2020. Thunder Snow, the first ever
Pyro has made a terrific start to 2017 with his runners, siring 18 winners by 1 February. His run of success continued apace over
World Champion three-year-old and proven G1 sire Discreet Cat joins the roster for 2017. Discreet Cat already has some very promising runners in Japan
Pyro has been enjoying an excellent 2016, especially through the exploits of G3 Fairy Stakes winner B B Barrel, and he sired a JRA
Pyro enjoyed an outstanding season in 2015, siring no fewer than 61 winners headed by Stakes-winning colt Shigeru Kaga. The promising young stallion got
Pyro's stellar run with his juveniles continued this past weekend with a pair of new winners taking him to 13 on the season, more than any other sire in
Juveniles by Darley stallions enjoyed a successful weekend with two very promising winners saluting the judge for the first time.
Pyro, one of Japan's leading young stallions, sired his first Group winner when his four-year-old son Shigeru Kaga landed the JPN-G3 Hok
Pyro was a talented racehorse who was placed in the G1 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile before landing the G1 Forego Stakes and plenty of his offspring seem to be
Darley has announced the fees of its five stallions that will stand at their stud in Japan for the 2015 season.