A big, growthy guy that has the capacity and completeness for a big future.
Genetically blessed by parents that have set our programme on an upward projectory
Long, strong and complete he’s a youthful aspirant. There is little more we can say about his dam, she’s written the book with performance, phenotype and a record second to none. Eight sons sell this year, Dunn (Lot 12), Danger Zone (Lot 13), Daddy Cool (Lot 14), Down for the Count (Lot 96), Dish It Out (Lot 119), Driving Wheel (Lot 170) and Dunluce (Lot 182).
A $40,000 stylish sire seller from the '08 sale. The Horsham line continues via Instinctive for good reason. Superbly coated. Great confirmation. Tremendous disposition. Huge testicular development at an early age.
He's one of our 'in demand' males. So far 30 sons have averaged $11,600. Top selling son’s thus far, the 'cornerstone' in our sire ranks, the $80,000 Pacific (ET) (Daddamarine). Ritual for $40,000 (Fieldhouse) and the $30,000 Articulate. A Mambo-6826 IVF pregnancy sold for $3500 at the 2011 IT Sale to Rondel.
Utilised heavily in our Embryo Donor Program, Olympia has in excess of 50 progeny recorded both naturally and through IVF with seventeen sold to average $36,000. Carbon Copy $120,000 (Percol Plains), Court Martial $110,000 (Fred Noffke), Campese $62,500 (Lochview), Come What May $40,000 (Fred Noffke), Armageddon $60,000 (Twin Hills), Academy $42,500 (High Country), Axel $32,000 (Fieldhouse), Trilogy $27,500 (Western Red), Delta Dawn $40,000 (Brad Strahan), Devotion $20,000 (Brad Strahan), Tuscany $13,500 (Killkenny), A la Carte $12,500 (Sommer), Sires, Thredbo & Abraham and retained females include Tulip, Unify, Addi & Clairvoyant. Eight sons sell this year, Davenport, Dunn (Lot 12), Danger Zone (Lot 13), Daddy Cool (Lot 14), Down for the Count (Lot 96), Dish It Out (Lot 119), Driving Wheel (Lot 170) and Dunluce (Lot 182).