Olympic Glory records first winner at Milan on Tuesday
Bungle Inthejungle and Gregorian also record winners in Italy
Olympic Glory - who notched Group 1 wins in Europe at two, three and four - joined fellow freshman sire Morpheus in getting off the mark as a sire on Tuesday, when son Blury won a 1000m heat for unraced colts and geldings at Milan.
Blury descends from the Italian Oaks winner Lady Bentley and is out of a half-sister to Listed-winning miler Moonlife.
Olympic Glory was purchased from previous owner Julie Wood by Sheikh Joaan Al Thani after he won the Superlative and Vintage Stakes as a juvenile.
The son of Choisir went on to record victories in the Prix Jean-Luc Lagardere, QEII Stakes at Ascot, Lockinge Stakes and Prix de la Foret, amassing more than £1.4 million in prize-money.
His fee was clipped to €12,000 this season, having stood the past three at a €15,000 fee.
Rathasker Stud resident Bungle Inthejungle and the operation's National Stud-based stallion Gregorian also recorded winners in Italy on Tuesday.
Bungle Inthejungle sired his fifth individual winner when daughter Flower Inthejungle won at the first time of asking in a 1000m heat for unraced two-year-old fillies at Capannelle.
Flower Inthejungle is out of a daughter of Radha, an unraced half-sister to six-time Group 1 winner Rakti.
Gregorian, meanwhile, supplied his third individual winner in Greach, who won a similar contest to Flower Inthejungle at Milan.
Greach is out of the Marju mare Ach Alannah and shares her granddam with last year's Prix Maurice de Gheest third Tupi.
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