Angus Armanasco, who was the leading trainer of two-year-olds in Melbourne for many years, declared Biscay was a star before the colt raced.
An exceptionally speedy type, who usually flew from the barrier clear of his rivals, Biscay had a short but successful racing career. From 8 starts he recorded 6 wins and was unplaced twice. His wins included the VRC Maribyrnong Plate, Merson Cooper Stakes and the VATC Debutant Stakes, all good quality races.
He was retired to stud and joined his sire Star Kingdom at Barramul Stud. A quality sire in his own right he passed on his lightning-quick speed to his progeny which included Bletchingly (who sired the champion Kingston Town), Zephyr Bay, Otehi Bay, Biscay Star, Biscawong and Marscay, winner of the 1982 STC Golden Slipper Stakes and champion sire himself.
Biscay has also proved to be a successful broodmare sire.
He died in November 1987 having sired 300 individual winners of more that A$5.5 million in stakemoney.