Tally-Ho-bred Perfect Judgement, a graduate of our breeze-up arm, became the latest first-crop winner for his successful young sire Inns Of Court on Tuesday when striking in the rated race at Dundalk for Adrian McGuinness.
His win came hot on the heels of another Tally-Ho-bred, James McHenry, in the preceding race.
“He ran in a really good maiden in Naas during the summer and we thought he was a 'sure thing' the next time but got drawn up the wrong side up the Curragh," commented Adrian McGuinness.
"He ran well in Cork in a winners' race, we then put him into winners' company and there were also good horses with him. Every other race he has run in, he has been very consistent.
"He was a breeze-up purchase last year - I think he was one of our most expensive breeze-up horses. We bought six breezers and he is now the sixth to win."
One of last season's most successful first-crop sire, Inns Of Court stands for €5,000. His first crop is full of quality, containing stakes performers such as Megarry, Lia Fail, Vicuna and Gaenari.