Stud career for No Easy Beat

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By David Brasch

HE\’S been a superstar from day one, but frustrating as well, but that is all about to change.

‘HE’ is No Easy Beat, the Zambora Brockie-Lilly Sur Seine dog who, as a pup, was on the verge of greatness until he broke down with the likelihood he would never race again.

The Kevin Bryant-owned and Rusty Dillon-trained dog had already won the Silver Dollars by 10 lengths at Albion Park and won there in 29.60, 29.77 and 29.81.

Such was his potential, Kevin and Rusty decided to give No Easy Beat a stud career. He was too young for that caper.

Kevin took him home and let him grow up, let his injury repair and even tossed him back into training after more than a year on the sidelines.

He trialled under the Bundaberg track record and won there on resuming.

Kevin and Rusty decided again to have him tested as a stud dog. This time he passed with flying colours.

\”He went down to Liz Brown at Casino and she collected him and found his semen is great quality,\” said Rusty. \”The next collection was successful as well and all of a sudden we\’ve got 10 vials, with more and more to come.\”

No Easy Beat goes to stud at a fee of $1100 and Tracey Parker (0408 884 856) and Rusty Dillon (0408  448 690) are the contacts.

A 34.5kg magnificent specimen he retires the winner of eight races and $39,000 from just 16 starts. Anyone who saw him race as a youngster will be aware of just what his future held before injury.

The guide there comes via his littermates Sequana (26 wins, $144,000), Stinger Noir (25 wins, $146,000), Easy Al (15 wins, $33,000), Made In America (20 wins, $50,000).

Sequana, a multiple Group performer, has won at Albion Park in 29.66 and 34.60.

Stinger Noir, the state National Sprint winner, has also been a multiple Group placegetter and finalist.

Made In America, injured as a pup, is a Capalaba star.

This is the very famous direct damline of champions like Black Opium and Velocity Bettina, and traces to the same family as legends Flying Amy and Tenthill Doll.

No Easy Beat\’s mother is a litter sister to Group staying star Big Easy Red.

It all adds up to No Easy Beat being a fine young stud prospect.

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