Future Illicit Heights

Key data

Stable Name: Oliver
DOB: 2007
Height: 17.1hh

* Res. CHAMPION EVENT FOAL at BEF Futurity Grading (Heart of England)
* BEF ‘Higher 1st Premium’ Graded Foal – 8.55

About

Future Illicit Heights is 15/16ths thoroughbred, by Golden Heights out of Future Illicit Affair (dam of our stallion Future Illusion) and is showing potential to be a serious sport prospect.

He has been backed by Jeanette Brakewell and begin his competition career in 2013.

FOR SALE

Performance

Date Rider/Handler Venue Class Placing Comment
23/08/07 Miss J Hodkin BEF Futurity Grading (Arena UK) Event Foal Class Res.
Champion
23/08/07 Miss J Hodkin BEF Futurity Grading (Arena UK) Grading 1st Premium Scoring an fantastic 85.5%!
15/06/07 Miss J Hodkin East of England County Show Local Hunter Foal 1st Winning The Wimborne Challenge Cup!
31/05/07 Miss R Mackie Suffolk County Show Sport Horse Foal 1st First ever outing!

Progeny

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Pedigree

Golden Heights (1977) Winner of 5 races. 11 furlongs – 2¼ miles. (Thoroughbred) Shirley Heights (1975) b
Dual Derby Winner – Epsom & Irish Derbys
MillReef (1968) b 15.3hh Champion 3 yr old & Multiple Group 1 Winner – Derby, King George & Queen Elizabeth, Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe Never Bend (1960) dkb/br 16.2 hh Nasrullah (1940) b Champion 2yr old colt. 6 times Leading Sire. Sire of 15 Champions
Lalun (1952) b
Milan Mill (1962) b Princequillo (1940) b
Virginia Water (1953) gr
Hardiemma (GB) (1967) b Hardicanute (GB) (1962) br Hard Ridden (1955) b Winner of both the Irish Two Thousand Guineas and Epsom Derby in 1958
Harvest Maid (1949) b
Grand Cross (GB) (1962) b Grandmaster (1942) b
Blue Cross (1946)
Yelney (1976) br Blakeney (1966) br Derby Winner & Sire of the thoroughbred showjumping progenitor Julio Mariner Hethersett (1959) b High Lupus (1952) b
Bride Elect (1952) b
Windmill Girl (1961) b Hornbeam (1953) ch
Chorus Beauty (1952) b
Yelda (1968) Crepello (1954) ch Champion Sire 1969, third in 1967, 1973 Champion Broodmare sire. Derby & 2000 Guineas Winner Donatello (1934) ch
Crepuscule (1948) ch
Moondaisy (1959) Wilwyn (1948) b
Mistress Grace (1952)
Future Illicit Affair
SHB(GB) Head Stud Book.
Champion Sporthorse Broodmare – National Hunter Show 2005
Champion Hunter Broodmare – Suffolk County Show 2007
The Outlaw Sire of Intermediate eventer ‘Opal II’ and County Show Winner ‘Tiger Lily’ Criminal Law (1987) blk/br 16.3hh HIS Premium Stallion (Thoroughbred) Law Society (1982) dkb/br Champion 2 yr old. Champion 3 yr old. Alleged (1974) b 16.1hh Won Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe TWICE. Champion 2 yr old colt in England & France 1977. Champion Older Male in France 1978
Bold Bikini (1969) b
Indian Maid (1969) br Astec (1964) b Winner of French Derby
Currarevagh (1957) b
Demon Spring blk Dam of Grade A Showjumper ‘Inspiration’ winner of amateur Grand Prix at Towerlands in 2000 and member of the Gold Medal winning English team Demonstrator (1981) blk Grand Prix Dressage Stallion Dynamo (1974) dkb/br
Pippa (1967) blk
Mainspring Champion at theThree Counties Skippy (1974) ch 17hh Grade A Showjumper
Elle Vara (Thoroughbred)
Classic Fayre (Thoroughbred) Dam of 5 Year Old Novice Eventer & Pavo BE Breeding Championship Qualifier ‘Future Promise Brianston Zipper Winner of the Fortnam & Mason H’Cap at Ascot. (Sire of 4 stallions – Rudge Spirit, Shining Spirit, Brianston Moor & Brianston Spirit) The Brianstan (1976) br Winner of 8 races Kings Leap (1959) Broke 6f track record at Windsor. Grand-Sire of the Advanced Event Stallion Mill Law
Sissi (1953) Champion Race Mare
Zip Flip Bleep Bleep(1956) b Winner of 7 races including King George Stakes
Rio Rita
Copper Fair Fair Gledhill(1954) ch HIS Premium Stallion. Sire of ‘Fair Change’ HOYS Hack of the Year in 1984 Fair Seller (1946) b Won Ayr Gold Cup. Winner of 18 races
Proud Link (1946)
Copper Plate II
Dam of 4 winners:
Culm Valley – 9 races, River Culm – 4, Culm Port -1, Culm Sovereign – 1
Spiritus (1946) Sire of ‘Master Spiritus’ who produced Ginny Elliot’s ‘Master Craftsman’ and Advanced eventer ‘Elektra Spiritus’
Fonteray Won a number of Point to Points. (by Cheltenham Gold Cup winner ‘Fortina‘)

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