(Northview release- January 13, 2023)

The first reported foal for Galawi (Ire) was born on Jan. 10 at Northview Stallion Station, reports Northview Stallion Station, where the phenomenally-bred stallion stands.
The filly out of the young unraced Into Mischief mare, My Mischief, was bred by local Maryland breeders, John and Victoria Price. My Mischief will return to Galawi (Ire) again in 2023. 
John Price said, “He’s a very well conformed horse, with great presence and we’re lucky to have him in Maryland.”
Galawi (Ire), is by the world’s leading sire Dubawi (Ire) out of Galikova (Fr), a millionaire Group 1-winning half-sister to the incomparable champion Goldikova (Ire), a three-time winner of the Breeders’ Cup Mile-G1 and earner of $7.1 million.
Galawi (Ire) covered 31 mares his first year at Northview Stallion Station in Chesapeake City, Md. He stands this season for $2,000 live foal. 

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