Street Cry's imposing son Rageese, owned in partnership with Sheikh Mohammed Bin Khalifa Al Maktoum, finished second in the Gr.1 ATC Sires’ Produce Stakes at Randwick as a 2YO to Pride Of Dubai (Street Cry), who stood for A$55,000 last season at Coolmore.
In his classic season, Rageese’s spring form included third in the Gr.2 ATC Stan Fox Stakes, fourth in the Gr.1 ATC Golden Rose Stakes followed by an unlucky fifth, beaten just over two lengths, in the Gr.1 Caulfield Guineas. He added further to his resume with a runaway stakes win in the H C Nitschke Stakes at Morphettville.
This season Rageese scored a decisive victory in the Gr.3 VRC L'Oreal Paris Stakes at Flemington during Melbourne's Spring Carnival following which he was installed favourite for the Gr.1 Railway Handicap only to be scratched on race morning due to a stone bruise.
Rageese is a direct descendant of champion racemare Emancipation (Bletchingly) and is closely related to Group One winners Virage De Fortune and Stratum Star.
The son of champion sire Street Cry claims global influences Dehere, Sunday Silence and Danehill as his first three damsires.