A Dime Approach a gelding by the unbeaten champion two-year-old Dawn Approach who raced in the famous colours of Godolphin, Dawn Approach was a Royal Ascot winning two year old taking out the Coventry Stakes Group 2 over 1200m – he backed this up with two Group 1 wins over 1400m finishing his two year old season with six wins to his name. In his three-year-old season he added two further Group ones to his CV including the 2,000 Guineas and a 2nd Royal Ascot win when getting the better of Toronado (Stallion Swettenham Stud) in the St James Palace over 1600m. As a sire he has produced multiple Group 1 winners in dual hemispheres including Poetic Flare, Paulele (Stallion Darley Australia), Madhmoon and Dawn Passage. His dam Dandy Roll is an unraced Commands (Darley Australia) mare who has had great success as a broodmare sire producing four Group 1 winners including the Group 1 two-year-old Champagne Stakes winner and now stallion Captivant (Stallion Kia Ora Stud). Unraced broodmares have been responsible for producing Group 1 winners such as The Autumn Sun (Stallion Arrowfield), Artorius (Stallion Newgate Farm), Beauty Generation, Gytrash, Trapeze Artist (Stallion Widden Stud), Converge and the above mentioned Captivant (Stallion Kia Ora Stud).
Purchased from the Inglis ready to run sale in October 2021 he was a scopey, athletic type with a great action. He breezed up under Symphony Lodge a husband-and-wife team with years of experience all across the world, they have had great success producing Victorem $500k NSW country Championship Final. A Dime Approach set a fast breeze up time for a horse we always expected would get over a bit of distance due to his physical make up and his pedigree.
The Inglis ready to run sale has produced many top graduates such as Dual Group 1 winner Nettoyer winner of the Group 1 Queen of the Turf and Group 1 Doncaster Mile, Group and Stakes winners Libertad, Forgot You, Democracy Manifest and Lightsaber.
Trained by Chris Anderson in the state-of-the-art facilities at Eagle Farm, Brisbane.