have sent significant numbers of top class Australian mares to the Northern
Hemisphere in recent years including Blue Diamond winner Danelagh, who produced
a smart winner at Kempton Park.
A two year-old filly by top class sire Street Cry (IRE)(pictured) , Intiba scored a stylish length and a quarter win at her second start in a seven furlong maiden.
Trained by Saeed bin Suroor and ridden by Frankie Dettori, Intiba improved from her debut second to win well and can only be improved by the run.
Intiba is a half-sister to champion Hong Kong galloper and multiple Group I winner Vengeance of Rain and Group I AJC Australian Oaks winner Dizelle as well as smart stakes-winner Bernicia being one of six winners from Danelagh, who won the 1998 Group I VATC Blue Diamond Stakes.
Danelagh was exported by Darley to the US in 2005 and has had four named foals in the Northern Hemisphere with Intiba her second winner following on from the four year old Kingmambo mare Queen of Denmark, who won two races in the UK earlier this year.
Darley have had mixed results from their Australian bred mares in the Northern Hemisphere although kicked a massive goal when Monterosso, from Australian Group I winner Porto Roca, won the Group I Dubai World Cup this year.