News - Breeding March  9, 2021

First Foals by Grade 3 Winner Eagle Deluxe Arrive at Spring Hill Farms


The first reported foal by Grade 3 winner Eagle Deluxe is a filly born January 2nd from the stakes winning and stakes producing Dash Ta Fame mare Full Moon Dasher.

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KAPLAN, LA—JANUARY 18, 2020—The first reported foal from the initial crop by Grade 3 stakes winner Eagle Deluxe SI 102 were born at Spring Hill Farms January 2nd, according to farm officials.

The sorrel filly is the out of the stakes winning and multiple stakes producing Dash Ta Fame mare Full Moon Dasher SI 114 ($122,086), the dam of Lee Berwick Futurity(RG1) winner Dashunder Afullmoon SI 105 ($711,951), RG1-placed Prize Dasher SI 97 ($133,220), and RG2-placed Jen And Vodka SI 93 ($42,155).

The second reported foal by Eagle Deluxe is a colt born January 9th from the stakes winning and stakes producing Dash Ta Fame mare Full Moon Dasher. © Spring Hill Farms
Full Moon Dasher is a sister to Grade 2 winner Dash Ta Moon SI 108 ($352,305), and a half-sister to champion and leading sire First Moonflash ($969,828), and RG2 winner Moonifisant SI 99 ($201,484).

"We flushed twin embryos from Full Moon Dasher on her first cover to Eagle Deluxe last year," Spring Hill owner David Dunn said.

The second foal, a colt, was born January 9th.

"Both foals are very correct with good bone and muscle," Dunn said.

Eagle Deluxe, a son of One Famous Eagle owned by Eagle Deluxe Partners, won or placed in 19 races (six stakes) and earned $164,787. He was named the Central Hi-Point Three-Year-Old Colt and Central Hi-Point Aged Stallion, while winning the Keokuk Stakes(G3), North Central QHRA Futurity, and Mystic Lake Northlands Juvenile.

According to Dunn, Eagle Deluxe bred over 100 mares in his first season last year, getting 90% in foal. He stands for a fee of $1,000 with consideration to multiple and stakes mares.

For additional information or breeding contracts to Eagle Deluxe call Dunn at (817) 807-3154.


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