Class Mare Chrysanthemum has given birth to a bay colt fathered by champion stallion Frankel at Coolmore Stub in Ireland.
Frankel was regarded as the world’s top-rated racehorse who won 14 from 14 of his races with a cumulative winning distance of 76¼ lengths.
The stud fees for the services of the champion horse were at a staggering £125,000 per time.
The newborn has a white blaze on his head that has the resemblance of his father and has been reported to had been conceived on Valentines Day.
The stallion has produced earnings of £15m from his first breeding season, which is five times what he had earned at the racetrack.
Frankel mated with 133 mares at Banstead Manor Farm, near Newmarket, between February and June 2013.
Reports from the UK are saying the Bookmakers have been fast to sort odds with one company offering odds of 2-1 (English betting terminology) that the new arrival would win on his racing debut.