Due Sasso’s stallion’s career is to be resurrected at Rivercrest Park Stud.

He averaged 85 mares in his first four books at Mungrup Stud but fell from favour when immediate results weren’t forthcoming.

The writing was on the wall for Due Sasso when 6 of his 15 lots were passed-in at the 2013 Perth Magic Millions.  He was sidelined as a commercial stallion but staged a remarkable revival when his stock began blooming as three and four year-olds.

Due Sasso rocketed up the WA sires’ premiership last season to finish in the Top 5 with 37 winners of 65 races and $1,624,536 in prizemoney.  Among his chief earners were Dueton (LR WATC Stakes) and Madassa who won the Takeover Target Sprint at Belmont for owner-breeders Michael Webb, Shaun Yeo and Larry Foley.

“We wanted to breed a full-brother to Madassa and that’s how negotiations started with Mungrup,” Foley said.  “They were more than happy for him to move across to Rivercrest and we think other breeders will be keen to have a punt and get on board.”

Rivercrest Park owner Steve Hoare will stand Due Sasso at his boutique stud in the south-west at Stratham.  “Due Sasso deserves another chance at stud and he was very well regarded in the industry a few years back,” Hoare said.  “His latest three year-olds came through in numbers last season.”

Magic Millions Perth 3YO Trophy winner Red Ora led that division with Madassa and other Perth winners from that crop include Silver Trace, Our Memory Girl, Sass ‘N’ Glam, Brackets, Big Jack, Hartley’s Hope and Jaspara.

Due Sasso is a stakes winning son of Scenic and the sireline is breaking out in Western Australia with leading second-season stallion Universal Ruler.

Rivercrest Park will stand Due Sasso for a $3,000 service fee and broodmare owners can call Steve Hoare on (08) 9727 3894  or  0409 987 970.