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SO YOU THINK notched up his 10th success at the highest level in the Prince Of Wales’s Stakes-Gr.1 at Royal Ascot. High Chaparral’s other Group 1 winners include WROTE (2011 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf-Gr.1), WIGMORE HALL (2011 Northern Dancer Turf Stakes-Gr.1) and REDWOOD (2010 Northern Dancer Turf Stakes-Gr.1).

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First word

This year’s King George and Queen Elizabeth Stakes was a great renewal of Britain’s greatest all-aged race, writes Paul Haigh

12 News

The BOBIS scheme, Fasig-Tipton and JRHA yearling sale results, and Ted Voute discusses the TBA scheme

18 Go on Mayson

Emma Armstrong, breeder of the July Cup winner Mayson, tells Sue Montgomery the heart-breaking story of his dam, Mayleaf

24 Stallion statistics

Leading lists: overall leading sires, leading sires of two-year-olds and leading sires in France, all courtesy of Weatherbys

31 Summer blues

It is all quiet on the US racing front, writes John Sparkman

35 A new story

Aesop’s Fables made the most of French Fifteen’s poor run in the Prix Jean Prat, writes Jocelyn de Moubray

39 Cluster theory

It’s not a surprise, says Alan Porter, that the same horses appear time and time again in leading pedigrees

87 Electrolytes...

...are critical for the performance horse, writes Joe Pagan

90 Mare of the month

Miss Indigo, dam of the July Stakes (G2) winner, Alhebayeb

92 The database

With pedigrees complied by Weatherbys

118 Photo of the month

Camelot after the Irish Derby

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18 French feature 44 Congratulations...

...to Haras des Monceaux and Newsells Park Stud, two young consignment operations which have made a huge impact at the Arqana August Yearling Sale

48 A breeder requires patience

Jocelyn de Moubray meets Jürgen Winter, owner of Haras de la Perelle, the breeder of the Falmouth Stakes winner Giofra as well as last year’s Arqana sale topper

72 All change...

...Jocelyn de Moubray analyses the announced changes in the French Premium Scheme, as well as recent performances in the French stallion ranks

78 Fancy buying a second home in Normandy?

It needn’t cost a fortune, says David Yeates of www.french-property.com

54 Taking it in his stride

Nicolas Clement talks about training at Chantilly, the good horses he has had and this year’s star, French Fifteen

61 Haras du pride and joy

Pierre Talvard, owner of Haras du Cadran, tells Sally Ann Grassick of his passion for breeding racehorses at his farm in Orne

66 The fabulous baker boys

The result of the Prix du Jockey-Club was a dream come true, reports Liz Price

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champ The stars collided at Ascot in the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes to produce the race of the year, writes Paul Haigh

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ou don’t get many genuine international championship races. The logistical difficulties of getting all the potential champions together at a time that suits them are just too great. But Ascot’s Betfair King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes on July 21 was probably as close as we’re going to get to one – at least until, and possibly including, this year’s Arc. With the winners of the 2011 Arc, the 2011 King George, the 2011 Breeders’ Cup Turf, the 2011 Prix du Jockey Club, the 2011 Melbourne Cup and Hong Kong Vase, the 2012 Tokyo Yushun (Japan Derby) and the 2011 St Leger in competition, it really needed only the arguably cosseted Camelot and the enigmatic oriental Orfevre to make this a true middledistance world championship. The fact that they finished almost exactly in the order of prestige of the victories that were their main claims to fame was an interesting reminder that a race’s prestige is a pretty good indication of its quality. No one got very excited about Danedream before the race, the general assumption being that her unsuccessful trip to the Japan Cup might have taken something of the febrile enthusiasm out of her, a guess that seemed to have been confirmed by flattish performances

Danedream and Andrasch Starke return in triumph after one of the races of the year: the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes

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hat Andrasch Starke meant by his repeated screams as he walked his Brunhilde back to the winners’ enclosure is anyone’s guess. Maybe he was imitating the Valkyries. Maybe it was just his subconscious saying “eat that!” to members of the British media, who seem to have a mental block about getting his first name right. The screams came right from the heart though, and were without doubt for Andrasch (Andreas? Andres? Andersh?) alone. So that’s quite all right. Or more than quite all right actually. When you’ve ridden a race like that, to bring back the reputation of the best you’ll ever sit on from the grave to which critics had consigned it, you’re probably entitled to scream as long and as often as you like, as long as you don’t frighten the horses. Nathaniel was unlucky. A different stride and he would have been the winner. The expression on William Buick’s face as he looked left at Starke just after the post was one of genuine bafflement. Had he won, or hadn’t he? He hadn’t. But if he goes to Longchamp in October for another crack at the filly, the result will probably be decided by such details as the draw, the going, or which of the two has to wait for a gap, because on this evidence all else is pretty much equal. John Gosden was the perfect gentleman

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Eyeballing: Nathaniel (black) ran a cracking race, but Starke was not going to be caught out by Buick

When you’ve ridden a race like that, to bring back the reputation of the best you’ll ever sit on from the grave to which critics had consigned it, you’re probably entitled to scream as long and as often as you like

in accepting defeat, as he would have been in victory. In fact he seemed almost as thrilled for Danedream as he did for Nathaniel. “The filly is unbelievable,” he said, “and she’s just chinned him on the line. She’s back to her best and it’s as simple as that.” St Nicholas Abbey ran a fine race after being asked to make up a huge amount of ground. If Joseph O’Brien thought the leaders were going to come back, he was wrong. Reliable Man, last year’s Prix du Jockey Club winner, ran what may have been the best race of his career in fourth, while Sea Moon was a brave, but now probably exposed, fifth. It seems his then-brilliant-looking Hardwicke form just wasn’t good enough. Dunaden’s position just behind him appeared to confirm that. It may just be possible to criticise Craig Williams, as good a jockey as there is in the world at the moment, for keeping a hold-up horse too near the pace. But you could see the reasoning. Williams

so far this year. But whether or not she returned this July to the dazzling form of last autumn – and those who have her 5l thrashing of a full Arc field still branded on their memories will probably say she may still be only 95 per cent there – she came back to a level that was good enough to run down a really good horse at the very top of his game and to put her nose down at least for the stride that counted. She showed tremendous determination to do so when it would have been easy, if her will to win had really dwindled, for her to have given the equine equivalent of a “who-cares?” shrug and let Nathaniel get on with it. That was what her trainer Peter Schiergen meant when he said: “She won it with her head and with her heart”. When he said her triumph was “good for Germany” he almost certainly meant “good for German racing”, which so desperately needs a hero to revive a flagging fan base, and now has a magnificent heroine instead. If that’s an incorrect explanation of his words, maybe Frau Merkel herself could correct it.

knew Dunaden’s strength was his stamina. Why should he have tried to beat the best 12f horses his horse had ever met for speed? In the final analysis Dunaden’s a good one who just beat Red Cadeaux in the world’s most famous handicap; but in this King George at those same weights there were probably at least five who could have done the same. Brown Panther is another very good handicapper. One wonders whether his footballing owner, Michael Owen, fancies a trip to Australia this autumn. Deep Brillante is probably just an average Japan Derby winner; and Masked Marvel ran as well as anyone has a right to expect a latter day St Leger winner to in this sort of company. If Danedream and Nathaniel repeat their show on October 7, the 2012 King George may well be remembered as the first act in an epic. It deserves to be remembered anyway as one of the great renewals of Britain’s greatest all-aged race.


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August Sale 16 out of these 21 yearlings are out of a black-type mare or a black-type producing mare

02 31 14 44 00

9 67 98 124 135 138 168 220 223 265 281 293 331 351 359 370 378 433 441 450 468

F. M. M. F. F. F. F. F. M. F. M. M. F. F. M. F. F. F. M. F. M.

Elusive City – Lady Elgar [Sadler’s Wells] Soldier Of Fortune – Savoie [Anabaa] Mr. Sidney – Treasure Queen [Kingmambo] Shamardal – Alyzea [King Charlemagne] Pivotal – Bahia Breeze [Mister Baileys] Bernardini – Barynya [Broad Brush] Mr. Sidney – Dissertation [Sillery] Dylan omas – La Seine [Rahy] High Chaparral – Lake Baino [Highest Honor] Mr. Sidney – Mytographie [Anabaa] Elusive City – Peachmelba [eatrical] Dylan omas – Princess Roseburg [Johannesburg] Montmartre – Silvery Bay [Numerous] Dubawi – Symba’s Dream [Vindication] Dunkerque – Treasure [Anabaa] Naaqoos – Young Majesty [Maria’s Mon] Invincible Spirit – Agiel [Bering] Teofilo – Diotima [High Estate] Mastercraftsman – Drosia [King’s Best] Artiste Royal – Fantasy Lady [Grand Slam] Dunkerque – Grenade [Bering]

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the news Fasig Tipton July Selected Sale statistics 2008-2012 ($) Year

Catalogued

2012 2011 2010 2009 2008

337 298 201 490 558

Offered 283 261 171 424 498

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Aggregate

Average

Median

189 191 125 247 305

67 73 73 58 61

15,364,000 13,349,000 9,757,000 19,808,000 28,151,000

81,291 69,890 78,056 80,194 92,298

60,000 60,000 55,000 60,000 75,000

Off to a good enough start at Fasig Improved average and aggregate for the first US yearling sale of 2012

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did yesterday.” Browning said he was not surprised by the buy-back rate. “There are some very viable alternatives in the form of an October sale in Timonium and an October sale here in Kentucky for those consignors,” he said. “I think you’ll see some continued activity in the private marketplace at the barns and on the telephone.” One yearling exceeded last year’s top price of $310,000, while 15 horses sold for $200,000 or more, six more than in 2011. The sale topper was a Malibu Moon colt purchased by trainer Ken McPeek for $375,000. The brown colt is out of the

A good one’s tough to buy and the average ones are easy to buy. He really looked the part.

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The first yearling sale of the US season finished on a positive note with the FasigTipton Kentucky July Sale of selected yearlings posting gains in total sales and average sale price. The aggregate for the one-day sale totalled $15,364,000, a 15.1 per cent increase compared with last year’s total of $13,349,000. The average sale price also increased going from $69,890 to $81,291, an increase of 16.3 per cent. The median remained steady at $60,000. Overall, 189 horses sold, a one per cent fall from the 191 sold last year, despite a 12.7 per cent larger catalogue. The increased number of buy-backs explains the difference in those figures. The percentage of horses failing to reach their reserve went up, from 27 per cent last year to 33 per cent, with 55 withdrawals. “The most important thing to me is it kicked off the yearling season with positive direction and positive momentum,” said Fasig-Tipton president and chief executive officer Boyd Browning. “I think buyers and sellers both leave here today feeling more confident in the yearling marketplace than they

The Fasig-Tipton sale topper by Malibu Moon fetched $375,000

stakes-placed winning Wild Again mare Uncontrollable, who has produced three winners from three runners, including stakes winner Southern Truth and stakes-placed winners Meistersinger and Star of Taurus. “I trained his mother and he looked like a better version of her,” said McPeek, who signed the ticket for the Montana-based ownership group, Magic City. “He’s got all the right parts in the right places. He ought to be a nice two-turn horse and hopefully, a year from now, we’ll be getting him geared up for a nice campaign.” McPeek said he had to go higher than he expected to land the final bid. “It’s typical,” he said. “A good one’s tough to buy and the average ones are easy to buy. He really looked the part.” The colt was bred in Kentucky

by Classic Thoroughbreds XXIII and was consigned by CandyLand Farm, agent. One other yearling sold for $300,000 or more, a War Front colt sold by Hunter Valley Farm Agency to IEAH Stable. Paramount Sales, agent, was the top consignor by total sales, with 16 horses sold for a combined $1,307,000, while trainer Mark Casse was leading buyer. He had an active day buying seven horses for a total of $1,215,000. All but one of those transactions reached six figures, led by a Sky Mesa colt and filly both of which cost$270,000. “I just feel like our racing stable has a lot of momentum going,” Casse said. “We’ve been winning a lot of races, and when you’re doing that, your owners are happy, and they seem ready and raring to buy some horses.”


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British Owners and Breeders Scheme announced At the Thoroughbred Breeders’ Association’s AGM held at Tattersalls, in July, proposals were outlined regarding the introduction of a British Owners and Breeders

Incentive Scheme (BOBIS). Outgoing chairman Kirsten Rausing announced plans as part of a farewell speech. Rausing said: “BOBIS is a simple scheme designed to be transparent and easy for breeders and owners to understand its benefits. Importantly, it also recognises and rewards the contribution of owner/breeders and encourages the retention of fillies, with the aim that we see an increase of domestic broodmares

over the next five years.” With the sales-based Racing Post Yearling Bonus Scheme having recently been extended for a fourth term, Rausing suggested that BOBIS could be a successor to that self-help scheme, which has raised in excess of £7 million in bonuses. Under the current proposals to be eligible for BOBIS registration a horse must carry a GB suffix, but it does not have to be by a British-based stallion. Breeders

would pay a voluntary foal registration fee of £150, with owners paying a further £250 when the horse is a two-year-old. Eligible horses would win an extra 25 per cent of prize-money earnings, with 70 per cent of that money going to the winning owner and 30 per cent to the breeder. The aim is to increase the prize-money available in every British race by 25 per cent. There is a planned ceiling on payouts of £10,000 so that

Bloodstock agent William Huntingdon takes a look at the varied world of racing and bloodstock

Rain, rain, go away, stop ruining this season

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off the Pyrenees. Racing has lost 31 turf fixtures since the end of March and we have to be grateful to the All Weather tracks for providing alternative and extra fixtures. The tracks serve their purpose superbly as back stops to ensure that racing has continued through the summer – quite amusing when that purpose is supposed to be restricted to the winter months when jump racing comes under threat from snow and frost. Racegoers at the July meeting had to put up with some very unpleasant weather and extremely testing conditions, but while the ladies struggled in their high heels, Mayson relished the mud. His time was less than impressive though – the son of Invincible Spirit setting a record slow time for the July Cup over six seconds (or half a furlong) slower than Stravinsky. Salisbury lost their first meeting for five years and even worse conditions were experienced at the Isle of Wight Festival, making Glastonbury look a picnic in comparison. Punters should have been taking advantage of soft-ground loving specialists and a very good web site to explore is www.drawbias.com.

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Its stallion statistics tell you that Captain Rio’s offspring are outstanding in the soft – on that basis Body And Soul’s victory in the Weatherby’s Super Sprint at Newbury should have been easy to predict. Once the ground dries up, Exceed And Excel and Singspiel are the sires

Stallion statistics tell you that Captain Rio’s offspring are outstanding in the soft – on that basis Body And Soul’s victory in the Weatherby’s Super Sprint at Newbury should have been easy to predict

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scar Wilde once said that “conversation about the weather is the last refuge of the unimaginative”. However, he was neither a farmer, nor a gardener, nor a racing enthusiast for all of whom the state of the weather is of great importance. We had the coldest June since 1991, the dullest since 1987 and the wettest since 1910. July was little better with some areas receiving well over twice their average rainfall; and I am writing this with another ten days left in the month. Good hay will be very scarce through the winter, and even the haylage makers have only had a narrow window in May for their first cut. Trainers who use American hay will have to face paying up to £600 a ton. Italian rye grass should have been baled during Ascot week, but much of it is still uncut. Maybe racing will have to be like the Chinese dairy industry and import all of its forage requirements. This would naturally forces prices up. The obvious long-term alternative should be to source from Spain, which has both the climate and the irrigation

to follow. The site’s main research is on draw bias and the statistics have been revisited since the new draw rules so it is completely up to date. Such are the disadvantages to high draws at Sandown and Chester, I would be loathe to run a fancied runner if it had a suitable alternative. Much has been written about the fixture bottleneck on July Cup Saturday. This year was particularly unfortunate as Newmarket clashed with important days at York, Newbury and Chester, along with Bastille Day and Group 1 racing at Longchamp. As Newmarket is a Jockey Club course surely the general interests of racing are greater than the needs of a particular course. It would be interesting to compare the turnover statistics for the Saturday July Cup set against its midweek position, and also to see if the fixture congestion caused any revenue problems. The Curragh took the bold step of staging the Irish Derby as an evening race. Camelot overcame a small field and dreadful conditions to give Aidan O’Brien his seventh consecutive Irish Derby. However, even O’Brien has an


the news funds would not be completely exhausted if an eligible horse wins a valuable race. “We are looking for the support of the Racing Post Yearling Bonus Scheme, who have called for a more comprehensive all-embracing scheme to follow in their footsteps, and the trustees of the European Breeders’ Fund, who have also indicated a need to reinvigorate British breeding,” added Rausing. The Levy Board has granted tacit approval for the scheme with further talks due to be held in July, during which TBA vice-

chairman Julian RichmondWatson, who has devised the scheme, hopes it will be ratified. “This is unashamedly a scheme to support owners of mares based in the UK. It’s a self-help scheme for every single Flat and NH race and would be phased in over three years. “We’d be looking to the Levy Board to match funds raised by owners and breeders. By the time it’s up and running it should be generating an extra £5 million.”

Achilles heel – going into the Naas meeting on July 11, he had had 34 consecutive losers at the track. With seven runners on the card, including a 1-4 favourite, the master trainer looked certain to be able to repair the situation. He now has 41 consecutive losers and the offending long odds-on shot, Parliament Square, won four days later at Fairyhouse. It was a shame that So You Think missed his intended swan song in the Eclipse, but it was a great performance by Nathaniel to win on his four-year-old debut but the form book, through Farhh, suggests the Australian champion would have won. My summer house-guests from

Down Under have had a lot to shout about on the racing front, but all usually went quiet when cricket or tennis were mentioned. On the positive for the country, Mark Webber did win at Silverstone, but Cadell Evans looks certain to lose his Tour de France crown. You will know when reading this whether Bradley Wiggins has held on to the yellow jersey. They also spent much of their visit having a good dig about our weather. The b-b-q has had very little use and the fire in the sitting room has been frequently lit as July often felt more like October. Perhaps it is also fortunate that my guests disappeared before the Olympics began.

Will we have a British summer?

Ted Voute on BOBIS, pg17 Recent changes to the French Premium scheme, pg72

Caleb’s Posse retires to Thee Chimneys CALEB’S Posse, the winner of last year’s Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile, has been retired from racing after injury and will stand at Three Chimneys Farm in Kentucky. “We discovered a non-displaced fragment in his left knee after the Met Mile,” said the colt’s owners. “We were hopeful that some time off would resolve the situation, but recent radiographs have revealed that surgery to remove the chip will mean that he could not return to the racetrack this year. He has proven his brilliance on the track, and now we want to give him a chance to pass on that brilliance in the breeding shed.” Caleb’s Posse, who won the Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile by 4l, retires as the winner of eight of 19 starts and with earnings of $1,423,379. He also won last season’s running of the Grade 1 King’s Bishop Stakes at Saratoga, a race in which he defeated Uncle Mo. “We are thrilled that Caleb’s Posse is coming to Three Chimneys,” said Case Clay of the farm. “He was a brilliant miler, who traces back to La Troienne. He is a quality individual that will cross well with a variety of pedigrees. We expect him to be a very popular commercial sire.” Bred in Kentucky by Don C. McNeill, Caleb’s Posse is out of the Slewacide mare Abbey’s Missy. His stud fee will be announced at a later date. The four-year-old son of Posse is owned by Three Chimneys in partnership with Everett Dobson and McNeill.

Lookin At Lucky to shuttle to Chile Preakness Stakes winner and Coolmore sire Lookin At Lucky is to shuttle to Haras Paso Nevado near Santiago, Chile, for the southern hemisphere covering season. The five-year-old son of Smart Strike stood the northern hemisphere season at Ashford Stud in Kentucky for $30,000 and shuttled the last southern hemisphere season to Coolmore Australia. His first US crop are now foals. Lookin At Lucky won five Grade 1 races, successful in three Grade 1 races at two – the Del Mar Futurity, the Norfolk Stakes and the Cashcall Futurity. As a three-year-old he won the Preakness and the Haskell Invitational. He also finished fourth in the Breeders’ Cup Classic. He won or was placed in 11 or his 13 races.

Sholokhov to stand at Glenview Stud The dual-purpose stallion Sholokhov is to move from Germany to stand next season at Rathbarry’s Glenview Stud in Ireland. The son of Sadler’s Wells is the sire of eight stakes winners, headlined by Night Magic, the winner of the 2009 Pres der Diane (G1) and the Groser pres von Baden (G1). His black-type jumpers include the Esmondo, winner of the Prix Cambaceres, the French juvenile champion hurdle. Trained by Aidan O'Brien, Sholokhov was the champion two-year-old of Italy in 2001 following his victory in the Gran Criterium. As a three-year-old he finished second in the Irish Derby and Eclipse Stakes. He has stood throughout his stallion career at Gestüt Etzean in Germany and his covering fee last season was €6,000.

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Record gains at the JRHA sale; Deep Impact makes impact AS AT the FASIG-TIPTON July Sale , the Japan Race Horse Association reported record gains at its Select Sale, held on July 9-10 at the Northern Horse Park in Hokkaido. The gross for the two days was ¥10,296,300,000 (£83,291,703), up 12.2 per cent from 2011 and the first time the gross has topped ¥10 billion since 2007. The average of ¥28,600,833 (£231,365) was 11 per cent higher than in 2011, while the clearance rate of 74.9 per cent showed a slight improvement from 73.2 per cent last year. There was a record aggregate for the yearling session and the ¥5,452,600,000 (£44,109,245) was a 15.37 per cent increase over the 2011 sale. The average price rose 12.5 per cent to ¥26,993,069

Yasutoshi Ikee: is hoping to train JRHA sale topping foal for Hajime Satomi

(£218,297), while the clearance rate was 83.5 per cent. There were also increases in the foal session statistics: the aggregate rose by 8.9 per cent to ¥4,843,700,000 (£39,182,736), while the average increased

by 11 per cent to ¥30,656,329 (£252,216). “This is obviously a better market than everybody expected,” said JRHA vice chairman Teruya Yoshida. “As a lot of new players joined the

market, the buyers had depth, and it created a consistent market.” Progeny of the exciting sire Deep Impact were in demand and topped both the foal and the yearling sessions. His colt out of Sky Diva, winner of the Frizette Stakes (G1), led the way for the foals and was purchased by Hajime Satomi, chief executive officer of Sega Sammy Group, for ¥250,000,000 (£2,022,537). “I felt he was surrounded by aura, when I saw him at Northern Farm,” Satomi said. “He is very well-balanced, and I am dreaming of the Derby with him now. I thought someone else might pay 300 million Yen for him.” Yasutoshi Ikee, who trains

Sales prep should be focusing on the long term Multiple studies suggest that early exercise can help develop a foal’s musculoskeletal system, hopefully helping to prevent future injuries. However, the early exercise given to thoroughbred yearlings being prepped for sale might have little effect on their musculoskeletal systems and could be improved. “Considering that musculoskeletal injury is the leading cause of wastage of thoroughbred racehorses, finding ways to prevent such injuries would be invaluable,” said Charlotte Bolwell, PhD, a research officer at New Zealand’s Massey University Institute of Veterinary, Animal, and Biomedical Sciences. “There is currently little information regarding the long-term effects of early exercise on a horse’s ability to race and train, and little is known about the health problems experienced by young horses being prepped for sale,” she added. Bolwell’s team analysed the exercise programmes of 319 yearlings on 18 stud farms. The median number of days of sales preparation and exercise were 69 and 34 with handlers using various combinations of hand walking, mechanical walkers and lungeing.

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Research is needed to analyse how a yearling’s musculoskeletal system develops during sales preparation

The study found that: u colts were generally exercised more than fillies; u the amount of daily exercise varied significantly between yearlings on the same farms, with some farms reporting a range of

zero to 20 minutes of daily exercise to others reporting 15 to 44 minutes of daily exercise; u total exercise over the whole preparation per horse varied between farms, ranging from 45 to 1,475 minutes; u managers made changes to 150 of 319 exercise programmes for various reasons, such as ill discipline, boredom, weight, wet weather and understaffing; u lameness and health issues resulted in a loss of 63 (0.28 per cent) preparation days. “Exercise of the yearlings appeared to be focused on the short-term goal of sales rather than preparing the horses for their future careers as racehorses,” said Bolwell. According to the researchers, sales preparations could be modified to minimise future musculoskeletal injuries, rather than focusing on sales alone. “Implementing changes to sales preparation may prove difficult unless we can clearly show a positive association between early exercise programmes, racing success, and long-term musculoskeletal health, and if buyers place a premium on yearlings prepared in this manner,” said Bolwell.


the news Orfevre, the Triple Crown winner in Japan of 2011 and Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe hopeful, could be the colt’s future trainer; his father, Yasuo Ikee, was a member of the inspection team for Satomi. Paul Fudge of Waratah Thoroughbreds purchased a Deep Impact filly for ¥145,000,000 (£1,173,140) and said he expects her to be the “cornerstone” of his operation. The filly, consigned by Paca Paca Farm, is a sister to Japanese Derby (G1) winner Deep Brillante. “She has perfect conformation,” said Fudge, purchaser of the top lot at last August’s Arqana yearling sale.

“She was a bit more expensive than I thought, but I did not hesitate to keep bidding, as I understand she is very valuable as future broodmare. “I have not decided yet where she is going to run. I may ship her to Europe or may keep her in Japan.”

Deep Impact heads yearling trade The Deep Impact colt out of the End Sweep mare Admire Kirameki topped the yearling session when bought by Takaya Shimakawa for ¥250,000,000 (£2,021,790). Shimakawa said he was impressed when he saw the colt at Northern Farm, which

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he innovative “BOBIS” scheme, recently announced at the final Thoroughbred Breeders’ Association AGM with Kirsten Rausing at the helm, looks to be an exciting prizemoney enhancer for racing in the not-too-distant future. The announcement came at a time when many breeders, pinhookers and consignors were busy writing cheques to the hugely popular Racing Post Yearling Bonus scheme, which, since its inception, has grown with input from participants, a particularly strong board of directors and valuable

sponsorship of the Racing Post, which advertises the scheme on an almost daily basis Just like everything in our industry, there is nothing like actually competing and then winning that £10,000. The scheme is simple, and that is why it works. As well as looking to follow up the Racing Post Yearling Bonus Scheme, the European Breeders’ Fund was also mentioned in the announcement of the BOBIS, but trying to amalgamate two existing schemes into a British-only scheme may be impossible to acheive. To gain Levy Board funding and or replace, British Breeders’ Prizes, means that it will be difficult to set

consigned the sale-topper. “I visited Northern Farm on Friday and I fell in love with him,” said Shimakawa, adding that it has not yet been decided who will train the colt. “In addition, the dam of the colt is a half-sister to my Emperor’s Cup winner and I thought I should not miss this colt. The price is more than I thought, but I am happy to get him.” Another Deep Impact colt and a Neo Universe filly both brought the sale’s second-highest price of ¥150,000,000 (£1,212,944). The colt, a half-brother to Grade 1 winner Red Desire, was bought by Nobutaka Tada’s Globe Equine Management Co.

“He is the son of a great sire, and is a very good walker,” Tada said. “And he is a three-parts brother to Red Desire, who won a Group 1 in Japan and a Group 2 in Dubai for Tokyo Horse Racing, the racing club owned by Hidetoshi Yamamoto. I knew Mr. Yamamoto would really like to get him.” The Neo Universe filly, out of the German stakes winner Mandela (Acatenango), was bought by Scuderia, a partnership of owners including Ken Nishikawa, chairman of the Nakayama Owners’ Association. The filly, a half-sister to Grade 3 winner World Ace, was consigned by Northern Farm.

up on a geographically wider basis. But the TBA has on its board one of the most astute architects of the racing calendar in Julian Richmond Watson, and the existing two schemes have Philip Freedman on their boards. He is also renowned for his understanding of the racing calendar; between them and key representatives from relevant bodies, we must be hopeful that an uncomplicated scheme can be devised. They must work together to understand what the industry wants to achieve, and to find out if all three schemes could participate in a common structure. There is tremendous support in Ireland for both the EBF and the RPYB and that good will needs to be harnessed and transferred into a “one-stop” shop to benefit all parties. It is the essential goal that I am sure all of the architects in charge of the transition are aiming for; if indeed there is a transistion. Some of the benefits of an amalgamation would include a way to harness costs. According to the RPYB scheme website, after its initial set-up year, run at around £100,000 in order to create £2,300,000 in additional prize-money. The EBF does not post its costs on the web site, but it contributes £1,200,000 towards prize-money.

You can estimate that with two offices to run its costs have to be at least £100,000. I am sure that for this reason alone finding a common administrative base must be the least we can expect from the creation of BOBIS. Finding what would make a scheme work, or why existing schemes currently work, is key when identifying what each stakeholder will expect to get for their money. Looking at similar state funds in the US and Australia and understanding their faults and problems would help with the development of our own BOBIS fund, which certainly needs to have a pan-European outlook. Many of the US or Australian state-bred schemes are not applicable when racing outside that particular state’s jurisdiction. Although BOBIS will enhance British racing, when it comes down to the commercial appeal of horses born with a suffix of IRE, GB or indeed FR, Americans don’t look at the horse’s origin and are more interested in form and performance rather than its geographical origin. With many intelligent and dedicated people at the helm in our industry, I am sure that the future of BOBIS is bright.

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Go on Mayson

Sue Montgomery reviews the Newmarket July meeting, which was headlined by the fairy tale win for Mayson in the Group 1 July Cup

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ne of racing’s delights is that though the major prizes are mostly the province of the industry’s major operations, they are not theirs by right. And indeed, that is as it should be, for while those who invest most can reasonably expect the greatest return, there must always be a place for the book of fairy tales among the Classic volumes. This is, after all, a business built on the magic of hopes and dreams. The result of the July Cup, won by the progressive Invincible Spirit four-year-old Mayson, meant the realisation of many. First, for the professionals involved: for trainer Richard Fahey and jockey Paul Hanagan, it was a first domestic Group 1 success for each. Both can reflect that the wise King Solomon had it right with his advice never to forsake an old friend. After 17 years riding for Fahey, an association which culminated in back-to-back jockey titles, Hanagan was headhunted for this season by Sheikh Hamdan Al Maktoum’s

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powerful empire. But the rider and trainer have not cut ties entirely and the old firm rejoined forces for their landmark victory. “He’s still my number one,” said Fahey with a smile. “We just borrow him from the Sheikh from time to time.” It would be a calumny to describe either the Yorkshire-based Irishman, who trains more than 150 horses at Musley Bank Stables on the outskirts of Malton, or Hanagan as small operators, but success at the very highest level has come late to both. Wootton Bassett, winner of the Prix Jean-Luc Lagardere at Longchamp two years ago, was the first Group 1 winner for both and Mayson was the second. In the case of Mayson’s owner-breeders, though, there are no such constraints. David and Emma Armstrong have just eight mares at their Highfield Farm at Coppull, near Chorley in Lancashire, a collection built up over the past eight years. They had sat at the table for the challenge of the game of chess with nature that is only


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This is what a future Group 1 winner looks like as a foal: Mayson with his dam Mayleaf (Pivotal), just ten days before the mare died. The Armstrongs have since purchased Mayleaf’s dam Bayleaf and she visited Pivotal this year. Will lightning strike twice?


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We came home with just the foal, all of us in tears. We’re realistic about animals; we know all about livestock and deadstock. But it was a terrible day, a wicked day

– whose daughters Sophie and Samantha are fully involved in the bloodstock enterprise – have 70 head of Limousins on their 220 acres. “David thrives on pedigrees and breeding,” added Emma, “whatever the animal. It’s his relaxation and keeps him sane.” Mayson’s dam Mayleaf (Pivotal) was another first-year acquisition by the Highfield Farm team, bought for 27,000gns as a yearling. But she did not make it to the track and, sadly, her career as a broodmare was short. Mayson was her first, and only, foal; she succumbed to cancer three months to the day after he was born. “Her breathing had suddenly become bad,” recalled Emma, “and we took her to Leahurst veterinary hospital for investigation. On the way, she let little Mayson suckle away for all he was worth. It was as if she knew that she had to give him the last bit of milk she could. “The vets discovered she was riddled with cancer and they were amazed by the support she’d been able to give her foal, despite the state her organs were in. We came home with just the foal, all of us in tears. We’re realistic

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about animals; we know all about livestock and deadstock. But it was a terrible day, a wicked day.” Little Mayson had his diet boosted by hand-fed milk pellets on the way to relying on hard feed. And if his dam’s death was a low, then the July Cup was a high to more than compensate. “We understand how difficult breeding is,” said Emma, “and it’s pretty gratifying just to get one to the racetrack. It’s everyone’s ambition to breed a Group 1 winner, and we are no exception. And now we’ve done it. I can hardly believe it.” Last year, the Armstrongs acquired Mayleaf’s dam Bayleaf. The Efisio mare, now 17, had an Acclamation filly this year, before a visit to Pivotal. “Maybe she’ll give us another Mayleaf,” said Emma. “You never know.” Mayson, who finished 5l clear of The Cheka, Society Rock and Ortensia in the Darley-sponsored 6f dash, matched the post-war record winning margin set by no less than Abernant in 1949 and equalled by Thatching 30 years later.

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uk racing The unseasonably testing conditions – the ground was officially heavy for the first time in most memories – undoubtedly exaggerated his superiority, but it was a taking performance nonetheless, fully entitling him to be judged mid-term among the season’s best in an even division. The colt, winner of the Abernant and Palace House Stakes on easy ground on the Rowley Mile earlier in the season, bounced back from a couple of disappointing, but easily excused, efforts. And he not only coped with the underfoot quagmire, but quickened through it to score at what his trainer regarded as an insulting 20-1. “He jumped out so well,” said Hanagan afterwards, “that I didn’t want to take him back. I knew if he kept going, which he did, he’d be hard to peg back. He really enjoyed himself out in front and when I asked him to go, he took off.” The rider’s talent and application, and

the fire-power that will be at his disposal in coming campaigns, will ensure that he will progress to further top-level success for his new boss. But he will never forget the breakthroughs for his old one. Mayson was a seventh individual Group 1 winner for Irish National Stud resident Invincible Spirit, and a second in the July Cup, after Fleeting Spirit in 2009. The stallion’s pool of talent this year also includes another top-class sprinter in Moonlight Cloud, who finished a head behind Black Caviar in the Diamond Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot. This year’s top European mile races for fillies have each produced a different winner, and the trend continued in the Falmouth Stakes (G1). The odds-on favourite Golden Lilac, so impressive when accounting for Cirrus Des Aigles fair and square in the Prix d’Ispahan, got thoroughly bogged down in the rain-sodden ground that turned the July

meeting into a summer festival in the welliewearing, mud-sloshing sense. But the Group 1 prize went to France nonetheless, courtesy of the four-year-old Giofra, who had finished 8l behind Cirrus Des Aigles in the Prix Ganay. The daughter of Dansili, trained by Alain de Royer-Dupre and ridden by Christophe Soumillon, held the sprited challenge of the year-younger Elusive Kate – having her first run since last year’s Breeders’ Cup and expected not to relish the conditions at all – by half a length.

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iofra, bred by Jürgen Winter’s Haras de la Perelle, near Deauville (see feature, page 48) and easily the best from the Orpen mare Gracefully, was the tenth individual Group 1 success for her sire, and the second of the season. The first came in the same division, when Elusive Kate’s John Gosden stablemate Fallen For You took

Olympic Glory: the son of Choisir wins the Superlative Stakes. A 65,000gns purchase, he is out of Acidanthera, by the good broodmare sire Alzao

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the Coronation Stakes. The Princess Of Wales’s Stakes has become something of a benefit for the Sir Michael Stoute stable in recent years and Fiorente duly notched its ninth success, and fifth in eight years. The son of Monsun has not progressed as quickly from three to four as his conqueror in last year’s King Edward VII Stakes, Nathaniel, but is from one of the best late-maturing Ballymacoll families – he is out of unraced Desert Bloom, a grand-daughter

of Hellenic – and his graph is still rising. His defeat of high-class globetrotter Joshua Tree in the Group 2 contest was a career-best effort. On the subject of stayers, the John Gosden-trained Shantaram put his hat in the St Leger ring with a comfortable success in the Bahrain Trophy, a 1m5f Group 3 contest that has become a signficant pointer to the final Classic. Shantaram’s stablemate Masked Marvel was successful last year before

The major juvenile events have yet to be run – the first at the top level in the European calendar is the Phoenix Stakes (G1) – but, if statistics are a guide, we are likely to have already seen the winners of both of next year’s Newmarket Guineas. Six out of the past eleven 2,000 Guineas winners, including this year’s hero Camelot, made their debuts before the end of July, and no fewer than eight of the 1,000 Guineas winners, as the table overleaf shows. Unsurprisingly, winners of the longer Epsom Classics tend to be brought out later, with only seven appearing before August, and St Leger heroes later still, if at all at two. Whether or not any of those running at the Newmarket summer showpiece fixture make a Classic impact remains to be seen. Of recent winners of the three Group races – the July, Cherry Hinton and Superlative Stakes – only Dubawi and Dr Devious (Superlative) and Attraction and Sayyedati (Cherry Hinton) have done so. Alhebayeb (see mare of the month, page 88), one of 11 in Hannon’s first intake for Sheikh Hamdan and his sire‘s top-priced yearling of 2011 at 170,000gns, had finished second in the Windsor Castle Stakes at Royal Ascot. The victor there, Hototo, went on to finish a close and respectable sixth under a hefty weight in the Weatherbys Super Sprint at Newbury. The Hannon stable notched the colts’ double as another Royal Ascot runner-up, Olympic Glory, paid a compliment to his Coventry Stakes conqueror Dawn Approach in the Superlative Stakes. The son of Choisir, a 65,000gns purchase for Julie Wood, held on gamely to repel Birdman, by Choisir’s sire Danehill Dancer, by a head. Third place went to another from the Coolmore sireline, the wellregarded Maxentius by Holy Roman Emperor. Luck comes and goes and if Hannon was unfortunate not to make it the Group race treble with Maureen, beaten a neck in the Cherry Hinton after touble in running, then the winner Sendmylovetorose was not scoring out of turn. The daughter of Bahamian Bounty, one of a small but growing string supervised by Andy Oliver in County Tyrone, was lucky to escape unscathed after going down in the stalls at Royal Ascot before being withdrawn from the Albany Stakes. She bounced back to take a Group 3 contest at The Curragh and Newmarket brought another step up the ladder. The filly cost just £5,000 as a yearling, is unbeaten in three and has earned more than £70,000. The juvenile maiden winners are both by Jonabell sire Elusive Quality. Ghurair, a 180,000gns yearling trained by John Gosden for Sheikh Hamdan, is a grand-daughter of dual Champion Stakes heroine Alborada; the filly Certify, an $80,000 purchase representing Godolphin, took her contest in a faster time than the July Stakes. Both she and Maureen moved up the 1,000 Guineas betting, with only Newfangled ahead at this stage.

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following up at Doncaster and the race’s two previous winners, Corsica and Kite Wood, were both St Leger-placed. Shantaram, who carries the colours of his breeder Lady Bamford, is by Galileo out of the Darshaan mare All’s Forgotten, and appeared to relish every yard of his longest test to date. Away from the July meeting, honourable mention must go to the broodmare Ionian Sea. This remarkable 1989-foaled matron, by Slip Anchor, has produced nine winners. Ionian Sea’s Mount Athos (Montjeu) took the valuable Silver Cup Handicap at York on July Cup afternoon, while Imperial Monarch, a 29th Group 1 winner for Galileo, won the Group 1 Grand Prix de Paris that same evening. Ionian Sea, a half-sister to top jump sire Oscar and Derby runner-up Blue Stag, has also to her credit an Epsom runner-up in The Great Gatsby and two other Group 1 placees in Magritte and Roman Empress, all three by Sadler’s Wells.

Ionian Sea’s Mount Athos (Montjeu) took the valuable Silver Cup Handicap at York on July Cup afternoon, while Imperial Monarch, a 29th Group 1 winner for Galileo, won the Group 1 Grand Prix de Paris

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sires list Leading sires in Europe 2012: Stallion GALILEO (IRE) MONTJEU (IRE) INVINCIBLE SPIRIT (IRE) DANSILI (GB) PIVOTAL (GB) OASIS DREAM (GB) ROCK OF GIBRALTAR (IRE) DUBAWI (IRE) ORATORIO (IRE) DANEHILL DANCER (IRE) CHICHICASTENANGO (FR) HOLY ROMAN EMPEROR (IRE) SHAMARDAL (USA) MONSUN (GER) HIGH CHAPARRAL (IRE) SLICKLY (FR) MUHTATHIR (GB) ACCLAMATION (GB) VERGLAS (IRE) KING’S BEST (USA) AZAMOUR (IRE) GOLD AWAY (IRE) KYLLACHY (GB) SHIROCCO (GER) DUBAI DESTINATION (USA) CLODOVIL (IRE) ANABAA BLUE (GB) ELUSIVE CITY (USA) BIG SHUFFLE (USA) EXCEED AND EXCEL (AUS) MOTIVATOR (GB) FOOTSTEPSINTHESAND (GB) HURRICANE RUN (IRE) WHIPPER (USA) CAPE CROSS (IRE) LAWMAN (FR) CHOISIR (AUS) STREET CRY (IRE) DYLAN THOMAS (IRE) MEDICEAN (GB) SELKIRK (USA) DUTCH ART (GB) GREEN TUNE (USA) PANIS (USA) LANDO (GER) INDIAN ROCKET (GB) LAYMAN (USA) ENRIQUE (GB) ZAMINDAR (USA) TURTLE BOWL (IRE)

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Runners 199 119 206 161 158 196 175 115 181 153 59 160 125 84 144 107 103 181 181 127 49 91 144 113 139 96 73 138 116 156 92 133 101 97 166 73 125 72 92 124 83 80 83 73 99 71 73 78 85 27

Winners 61 41 65 47 56 80 62 39 66 48 17 52 45 37 51 30 36 56 52 40 11 30 50 31 42 31 26 41 37 40 36 38 29 31 46 25 46 23 22 30 28 31 25 22 27 21 25 21 24 8

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courtesy of Weatherbys Races Won 77 53 87 61 79 111 77 53 96 66 22 68 70 48 61 38 45 83 68 49 16 38 71 46 60 53 34 66 48 51 46 51 48 45 66 29 65 29 29 33 35 39 31 26 36 32 29 31 31 9

Places 190 134 239 179 207 226 209 133 225 197 53 227 128 79 170 130 129 202 248 130 50 123 175 129 165 128 101 153 138 171 105 162 120 145 165 71 162 61 93 121 65 73 106 92 110 99 94 79 91 28

Money Won (£) 2,907,730 2,583,975 1,754,650 1,555,854 1,497,365 1,413,602 1,205,748 1,196,125 1,181,219 1,091,604 1,091,253 1,076,006 1,019,710 1,013,132 995,811 940,167 893,586 882,892 835,095 811,766 712,778 711,835 699,898 693,795 688,254 687,859 666,759 660,287 654,382 635,494 629,226 615,041 606,494 592,788 569,800 566,392 552,330 551,543 551,410 541,114 534,789 530,933 519,778 517,462 504,188 500,504 499,477 492,202 486,107 482,964

Wnrs to Rnrs % 30.65 34.45 31.55 29.19 35.44 40.81 35.42 33.91 36.46 31.37 28.81 32.50 36.00 44.04 35.41 28.03 34.95 30.93 28.72 31.49 22.44 32.96 34.72 27.43 30.21 32.29 35.61 29.71 31.89 25.64 39.13 28.57 28.71 31.95 27.71 34.24 36.80 31.94 23.91 24.19 33.73 38.75 30.12 30.13 27.27 29.57 34.24 26.92 28.23 29.62

Av. earnings 14,612 21,714 8,518 9,664 9,477 7,212 6,890 10,401 6,526 7,135 18,496 6,725 8,158 12,061 6,915 8,787 8,676 4,878 4,614 6,392 14,546 7,822 4,860 6,140 4,951 7,165 9,134 4,785 5,641 4,074 6,839 4,624 6,005 6,111 3,433 7,759 4,419 7,660 5,994 4,364 6,443 6,637 6,262 7,089 5,093 7,049 6,842 6,310 5,719 17,888



sires list Leading sires of two-year-olds in Europe 2012: Stallion RED CLUBS NEW APPROACH (IRE) INDIAN ROCKET (GB) CAPTAIN RIO (GB) KHELEYF (USA) DANEHILL DANCER (IRE) BAHAMIAN BOUNTY (GB) HOLY ROMAN EMPEROR (IRE) FOOTSTEPSINTHESAND (GB) ACCLAMATION (GB) DUTCH ART (GB) SIXTIES ICON (GB) INVINCIBLE SPIRIT (IRE) ELUSIVE CITY (USA) GOLD AWAY (IRE) IFFRAAJ (GB) EXCEED AND EXCEL (AUS) CHOISIR (AUS) ORATORIO (IRE) SLEEPING INDIAN (GB) DARK ANGEL (IRE) CLODOVIL (IRE) COMPTON PLACE (GB) ROYAL APPLAUSE (GB) KYLLACHY (GB)

Runners 37 12 15 9 37 20 25 37 29 35 26 12 31 26 10 24 27 16 33 18 23 15 13 42 24

Leading sires in France 2012: Stallion CHICHICASTENANGO (FR) SLICKLY (FR) MUHTATHIR (GB) GALILEO (IRE) GOLD AWAY (IRE) ANABAA BLUE (GB) OASIS DREAM (GB) AZAMOUR (IRE) PIVOTAL (GB) ROCK OF GIBRALTAR (IRE) PANIS (USA) VERGLAS (IRE) LAYMAN (USA) GREEN TUNE (USA) ENRIQUE (GB) INDIAN ROCKET (GB) DEEP IMPACT (JPN) MONSUN (GER) DANSILI (GB) STORMY RIVER (FR) LANDO (GER)

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Winners 14 3 7 2 10 6 5 11 9 13 9 7 8 7 3 6 7 5 6 5 4 3 2 8 9

(to July 18) Races Won 19 8 11 4 14 8 9 13 10 15 10 11 9 10 5 9 10 8 7 8 5 5 3 8 10

courtesy of Weatherbys Places 41 4 24 9 34 20 24 41 35 26 18 19 25 22 25 18 20 9 21 16 23 18 6 35 20

Money Won (£) 188,057 177,710 159,665 144,346 143,351 141,043 139,515 137,843 128,605 117,485 116,483 104,184 104,131 103,108 100,150 98,917 98,147 91,438 90,854 85,257 84,767 84,327 80,346 77,113 76,895

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Runners 58 104 89 37 82 71 43 11 28 51 70 67 70 79 77 69 2 35 42 45 65

Wnrs to Rnrs % 37.83 25.00 46.66 22.22 27.02 30.00 20.00 29.72 31.03 37.14 34.61 58.33 25.80 26.92 30.00 25.00 25.92 31.25 18.18 27.77 17.39 20.00 15.38 19.04 37.50

Av. earnings 5,083 14,809 10,644 16,038 3,874 7,052 5,581 3,725 4,435 3,357 4,480 8,682 3,359 3,966 10,015 4,122 3,635 5,715 2,753 4,736 3,686 5,622 6,180 1,836 3,204

courtesy of Weatherbys Winners 17 28 30 11 27 25 24 3 7 20 22 18 25 23 21 20 2 15 13 19 17

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Races Won 22 36 36 14 35 33 36 5 11 23 26 25 29 29 31 29 3 17 17 27 21

Places 53 127 110 36 109 97 50 11 29 79 89 85 90 100 79 94 2 34 41 57 64

Money Won (£) 1,091,253 931,199 838,096 789,903 699,021 660,834 598,595 575,043 566,075 525,017 512,246 510,774 495,104 494,239 492,202 482,471 476,108 470,342 450,393 438,131 411,119

Wnrs to Rnrs % 29.31 26.92 33.70 29.72 32.92 35.21 55.81 27.27 25.00 39.21 31.42 26.86 35.71 29.11 27.27 28.98 100.0 42.85 30.95 42.22 26.15

Av. earnings 18,815 8,954 9,417 21,349 8,525 9,308 13,921 52,277 20,217 10,294 7,318 7,623 7,073 6,256 6,392 6,992 238,054 13,438 10,724 9,736 6,325


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Summer blues

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John Sparkman is delighted to see Game On Dude add interest to an otherwise boring summer season in the US

Chantal Sutherland celebrates after becoming the first woman to win the Hollywood Gold Cup when riding Cushion Track-lover Game On Dude

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merica does not have a Royal Ascot meeting, or frankly even a Newmarket July, to bring out the best horses in the period immediately after the Belmont Stakes (G1), so the months of June and July are often the least exciting of the year. With our Triple Crown in the rearview mirror, most of the best US horses take a

break before Saratoga and Del Mar begin. Therefore it was an unusual delight when perhaps the best horse in training on these shores, and the putative leader among our older horses, flaunted his speed in both June and July. Game On Dude (Awesome Again) may have floundered on the Tapeta at Meydan in March, but he loves the Cushion Track at Hollywood Park, and the field did

not see which way he went in his comeback race, the Californian Stakes (G2) in early June. Game On Dude romped in by 7l against an overmatched field in the Californian, but he faced a more formidable opponent in the Hollywood Gold Cup (G1) a month later. You would not know that, though, if you looked at Richard’s Kid’s form in Dubai for the last two years. Purchased by Zabeel

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Racing after his sixth place finish behind Zenyatta in the 2009 Breeders’ Cup Classic (G1), Richard’s Kid won the Pacific Classic (G1), Goodwood Stakes (G1), and San Antonio Handicap (G2) for Sheikh Mohammed’s son Sheikh Rashid, before being sent to Dubai for the 2011 Dubai World Cup (G1). Like Game On Dude, Richard’s Kid hated the Tapeta at Meydan and he failed to hit the board in five starts on the Persian Gulf. Returned to trainer Bob Baffert after this year’s World Cup, he won a minor stakes at Hollywood Park in June, and when Baffert hoisted jockey Chantal Sutherland aboard Game On Dude before the Hollywood Gold Cup, he told her “if Richard’s Kid is alongside at the top of the stretch forget it.” Sutherland wisely never let Richard’s Kid get that close, rationing out Game On Dude’s speed through steady fractions and hitting the quarter pole with a three-length lead. Richard’s Kid’s game rally cut that margin in half by the wire, and the pair were well clear of the rest. Horses for courses is a common saying on both sides of the Atlantic, but Game On Dude and Richard’s Kid are perfect examples of the obverse. Some horses are definitely not for certain courses. Best older horse on the East Coast may be Mucho Macho Man (Macho Uno), who dominated the Suburban Handicap (G2) on July 4. Third in the Kentucky Derby last year, Mucho Macho Man is a very large colt and a June foal who has been allowed to mature by trainer Kathy Ritvo, but he may now be ready to dominate. There is little of interest for three-yearolds between the Belmont and Saratoga, but, unfortunately, the hiatus was filled with bad news for the Classic generation. The gallant Belmont winner Union Rags came out of his first serious canter after the Classic with a torn suspensory and will not race for at least the rest of this year. That same week our newspaper of

record, The New York Times, published an inflammatory article claiming that the unfortunate Kentucky Derby (G1) and Preakness Stakes (G1) winner I’ll Have Another had serious injuries well before being retired the day before the Belmont. The Times’s assertion that I’ll Have Another had been treated with “powerful painkillers” was quickly shown to be an outrageous exaggeration, demonstrating that the article was as misleading as anything in our poisonous political campaigns. Sadly, that is an argument we cannot win since the general public always remembers the sensational headlines, and not the subsequent debunking. The defection of the crop’s two proven Classic talents leaves an opening for two three-year-olds owned by Egyptian-born brewer Ahmed Zayat and trained by Baffert, Bodemeister (Empire Maker), who finished second to I’ll Have Another in the first two Classics, and Paynter (Awesome Again), second to Union Rags in the Belmont. Both colts are natural front-runners and there is no doubt that Baffert will target different races with them up to the Breeders’ Cup Classic. Last year’s juvenile champion Hansen (Tapit) showed he has not lost his speed, leading all the way to win the Iowa Derby (G3) by 10l. A race between Hansen, Bodemeister and Paynter dueling on the front end would be worth going a long way to see.

No clearer a picture for the fillies

The leader board amongst the three-year-old fillies is just as confused. The Hollywood Oaks (G2) revealed a new contender in Potesta (Macho Uno), who outduelled multiple Grade 1 winner Eden’s Moon (Malibu Moon). Zo Impressive, the first Grade 1 winner for Darley’s young and prolific sire Hard Spun, was impressive in the Mother Goose Stakes (G1), running down Disposablepleasure, with Kentucky Oaks (G1) winner Believe You Can in third.

Grace Hall (Empire Maker), second best among the juvenile fillies last year, showed she will have a say as well, winning the Delaware Oaks (G2) easily in mid-July. None of the sophomore fillies will remind anyone of Zenyatta or Rachel Alexandra, and the championship is probably there for the taking in the Alabama Stakes (G1) at Saratoga.

But a proper turf horse has emerged

We may well have found a turf horse who can defend our honour against the usual European invasion this fall in Point Of Entry, who romped home in the Man O’ War Stakes (G1). By our most European-friendly sire of the last decade, Dynaformer, and half-brother to Alabama winner Pine Island, Point Of Entry showed he could deal with a European style race in the Man O’ War, cruising along behind slow fractions (by US standards) and then unleashing a devastating turn of foot, running the last three furlongs in just over 33secs. We know Treasure Beach, who finished fifth under an injudicious ride by Jamie Spencer, is not in the same class as Nathaniel or Camelot, but Point Of Entry looked like a class above last year’s Irish Derby (G1) and Secretariat Stakes (G1) winner as well.

Early juvenile calendar wrecked

The lack of a Royal Ascot equivalent also means that we know very little about our best two-year-olds before August these days. The US racing authorities have done their very best to destroy our juvenile racing programme over the last decade, killing off historically great races such as the Futurity and Matron, and downgrading others like the Hopeful and Spinaway. We have had a few promising performances, of course, but our juveniles race so little before August that we don’t know what they mean. Circle Unbroken (Broken Vow) is probably the current leader, but as his victory in the Bashford Manor Stakes (G3) was only his second start we shall have to wait and see whether he can repeat it. With global warming roasting much of the country under a record heat wave, June and July have become months we simply have to try to live through. After a month of 100 degree temperatures you can be sure racing fans are ready for the crisp mornings of the Adirondacks at Saratoga or the cooling sea breezes of Del Mar in the afternoon.


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A new story French Fifteen flops in the Prix Jean Prat, leaving the door open for Aesop’s Fables, writes Jocelyn De Moubray

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ome generations are better than others, a truth we are all aware of, and this year’s three-year-olds do not appear to be the strongest group. For the time being Camelot stands above the remainder with his four Group 1 victories, whereas only two other three-year-old colts in Europe have succeeded in winning two such races – Dabirsim, who won both his as a juvenile, and Power, who won the National Stakes at two and the Irish 2,000 Guineas this year. The Group 1 Prix Jean Prat, run over a mile at Chantilly at the beginning of July, was another opportunity to find a leader among the three-year-old milers. In particular the race was to give French Fifteen the chance to confirm his position as the second-best three-year-old in Europe – he had previously run Camelot to a neck in the 2,000 Guineas and earned a rating of 121. The Jean Prat became a mile race for three-year-olds in July in 2005 as part of the changes to the French Classic programme, and the change has been an unqualified success attracting high-class international fields, as well as proving to be a

Surprise winner of the Prix Jean Prat, Aesop’s Fables with Maxine Guyon Photo: aprh

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The fast-improving filly Valyra became the first Group 1 winner for Azamour when successful in the Prix de Diane under Johnny Murtagh Photo: PA

source of promising stallions. The race’s first three winners – Turtle Bowl, Stormy River and Lawman – have all made promising starts to their stallion careers, while the later winners – Tamayuz, Dick Turpin and Lord Shanakill, as well as the placed horses Siyouni and Raven’s Pass – have all been given the opportunity to succeed at stud. With the exception of Lawman in 2007, the Prix Jean Prat has turned out to be a disaster for those horses who ran in the Prix du Jockey-Club. The French Derby winner Lope De Vega finished last in the Jean Prat in 2010, and, in the end, French Fifteen didn’t do much better this year. The son of Turtle Bowl did not appear to have had a particularly hard race in the Jockey-Club; he was trapped on the inside with nowhere to go for most of the straight and although he was only tenth, he was beaten less than 5l. In the Jean Prat, French Fifteen was never going like a winner, or even like a placed horse. Slowly out of the stalls, he was always a length or two behind the others and when

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they quickened he was making ground, albeit slowly, and although he stumbled in running, the race had already been lost.

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rench Fifteen will have to be given a break, but there can be no doubt at all that his two previous Group 1 performances, at Saint-Cloud as a two-year-old and at Newmarket behind Camelot, were of the highest class. Aesop’s Fables was a surprising winner, and if Godolphin’s son of Distorted Humor was not trained by André Fabre, his victory would have appeared extraordinary as in his six previous runs he had never looked a possible future Group 1 winner. Beaten on his two-year-old debut at the beginning of June, he was well beaten again when second in a Listed race at Longchamp last July. His two previous starts at three had been promising, but finishing a good third to Moonlight Cloud when receiving 8lb more than weight-for-age in a Group 3 is still a long way from Group 1 form. At Chantilly he came from behind to beat Gregorian comfortably by a length, and as Gregorian had been beaten about the

same distance in both the Poule d’Essai des Poulains and the St James’s Palace Stakes, this performance certainly puts Aesop’s Fables among the best three-year-old milers. If there is an explanation for Aesop’s Fables’s transformation into a top miler, other than a sudden improvement, it is probably the ground. At Chantilly the ground was good to firm or firmer and was certainly the fastest ground on which Aesop’s Fables and the other leading three-year-olds had run. This year’s ground may even be the reason for the lack of stars from the Classic generation; if it does ever stop raining there may be others whose performance level takes a sudden leap forward. Aesop’s Fables is a very well-bred colt indeed. He is the second Group 1 winner for his sire Distorted Humor following Pathfork, and he is the first foal out of a very useful Sadler’s Wells half-sister to Lammtarra. In the circumstances, it is surprising that his trainer had thought he was a sprinter and had run him over as short a trip as 5f. Distorted Humor’s best US-raced sons are the leading 1m2f performers Drosselmeyer, Flower Alley and Funny Cide.


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Azamour has made an impressive start to his stud career, producing a high proportion of good horses from few early opportunities

Aesop’s own future may well end up being in the US himself, but in the meantime it could be worth trying him over further than a mile in Europe. Two weeks earlier the Prix de Diane also produced another surprise winner, who was, if anything, even more impressive. Valyra was the Aga Khan’s third string in the Chantilly Classic, behind the Saint-Alary winner Sagawara and the Cleopatre winner Dalkala, but on only her third career start the JeanClaude Rouget-trained daughter of Azamour

put up a brilliant performance to beat Beauty Parlour with the remainder of a strong field well behind. Valyra is the first Group 1 winner for her sire Azamour, and the third Group 1 winner in recent months out of a Linamix mare, following Sagawara and Most Improved. She had made a winning debut in Bordeaux in April and followed up with an easy win in a B race in Chantilly, but the Diane showed that she is one of those three-year-olds who improve quickly during the spring. Beauty

Parlour also went into the race unbeaten, but she had more obvious credentials as she had won both the Prix de la Grotte and the Poule d’Essai des Pouliches without being extended. Azamour has made an impressive start to his stud career, producing a high proportion of good horses from few early opportunities. Native Khan, Colombian and others meant that the son of Night Shift attracted support, and with some large crops of yearlings and foals his reputation should be higher by 2015. Valyra’s dam Valima won only a Listed race over 7f, but it was the Prix d’Imprudence, the leading French Guineas trial, and she beat the filly who went on to be second in the Poule d’Essai des Pouliches. Valima ran only once more and poorly, but has proved to be an exceptional mare as her first three foals are now all stakes horses and include Valyra, who could well turn out to be the best staying filly of her generation.

Son of Soldier Hollow wins good renewal of Deutsches Derby

Caitania is a daughter of Aussie Rules who had been bought as a yearling for only 2,200gns in Newmarket and she looked better than ever over this longer trip

Christoph Berglar’s Novellist had looked to be head and shoulders above the rest of the Classic generation in Germany with wide margin victories in two of the principal trials, and the Monsun colt was made an odds-on favourite to confirm his superiority in the Deutsches Derby at Hamburg in early July. On the day, though, Novellist was never travelling like a winner and had to be asked early for an effort, but he ran on bravely and was beaten only a half length into second by Pastorius. It was not surprising to learn after the race that he was found to be a sick horse. Nevertheless, it was probably a good quality renewal of Germany’s best race. The winner Pastorius certainly improved on this first start over further than a mile. He was a Group winner at two, is from the first crop of the promising sire Soldier Hollow, and, unsurprisingly, is out of a mare by Monsun. The same is true of the third Girolamo, a son of Dai Jin who had been placed in two of the trials, and of the fourth horse, Baltic Rock, a son of Rock Of Gibraltar and a grand-son of Borgia, the last filly to win this race. The fifth, Black Arrow, a son of Teofilo, will probably turn out to be better over 1m2f. These five were clear of the others and this was a fast-run, competitive race and a true test of stamina on ground which was, unusually for Hamburg in July, neither too soft nor too firm. There were two important races for three-year-old fillies at the Hamburg meeting. In the mile race, Cherry Danon confirmed she is the best at the trip of her generation in Germany with a convincing victory on different ground to the very soft it had been in Düsseldorf for the German 1,000 Guineas, when she was beaten a nose by Electrelane, a Dubawi filly trained by Ralph Beckett. There was a close finish to the 1m3f Hamburger Stuten Preis, the

main trial for the German Oaks which is run in August. The Lomitas filly Salomina maintained her unbeaten record catching Caitania on the line to win by a short head, with Wilddrossel and Monami close up behind in third and fourth. Caitania is a daughter of Aussie Rules who had been bought as a yearling for only 2,200gns in Newmarket and she looked better than ever over this longer trip. Wilddrossel had run with credit in the Oaks d’Italia and this Dalakhani filly looks to be improving, whereas the previously unbeaten Sholokhov filly Monami, Germany’s champion two-yearold filly, was a little disappointing but may not have been suited by a race run at a less than furious early pace. Salomina, Caitania and Monami will be the German-trained favourites for the Group 1 German Oaks and it will take a high-class foreign-trained challenger to beat them.

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pedigree profile

Cluster theory

The recent Group race successes of Izzi Top, Aesop’s Fables and Chilworth Icon, as well as the emergence of New Approach as an exciting young stallion, have their roots in the mid-20th century, writes Alan Porter TURN-TO’S PEDIGREE

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hrough its 300 year or so history, the thoroughbred has been considerably shaped by a handful of crosses and a similarly small number of great breeders. As examples of the former, we could include Hermit/ Stockwell, Lexington/Glencoe, Bend Or (or should we say Tadcaster?)/Macaroni, Fair Play/Rock Sand and Phalaris/Chaucer. As examples of great breeders, if we look to the last century, names that would

NEARCO

ROYAL CHARGER SUN PRINCESS

Pharos NOGARA SOLARIO MUMTAZ BEGUM

TURN TO ADMIRAL DRAKE

SOURCE SUCREE LAVENDULA

MY BABU’S PEDIGREE

TOURBILLON

DJEBEL LOIKA

CRAIG AN ERAN PLUCKY LIEGE PHAROS SWEET LAVENDER

KSAR DURBAN GAY CRUSADER COEUR A COEUR

MY BABU BADRUDDIN

PERFUME LAVENDULA

BLANDFORD MUMTAZ MAHAL PHAROS SWEET LAVENDER

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pedigree profile NEVER BEND’S PEDIGREE

NEARCO

NASRULLAH SUN PRINCESS

Pharos NOGARA BLENHEIM MUMTAZ MAHAL

NEVER BEND DJEDDAH

LALUN BE FAITHFUL

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DJEZIMA BIMELECH BLOODROOT

Bold Reason wasn’t as good a sire as Never Bend, but he did make an indelible mark on the breed through a certain daughter, Fairy Bridge

and by Badruddin, a three-parts brother to Mumtaz Begum. Just like Turn-To, My Babu was also a leading juvenile, in his case in England, where he also won the 2,000 Guineas. Although he ranked among the leading sires in England and the US, his maleline has all but disappeared apart from in Japan and New Zealand. Since the combination of Djebel over Pharos and Mumtaz Mahal/Badruddin had produced a runner as talented as My Babu, it didn’t take a lot of imagination to realise that crossing Nasrullah – by Nearco out of Mumtaz Begum, out of Mumtaz Mahal, and so a three-parts sister to Badruddin – and Royal Charger, who was by Nearco out of a daughter of Mumtaz Begum, might work well too. Two instances where that theory was put into effect saw the mare Lalun (by Djebel’s son, Djeddah) bred to Nasrullah and to Hail To Reason, who was as we’ve mentioned, by Royal Charger’s son, Turn-To. The Nasrullah-Lalun mating resulted in Never Bend, a US champion juvenile and a runner-up in the Kentucky Derby at three. Subsequently, Never Bend became a highly successful sire, and his two most notable sons Mill Reef and Riverman also both made a considerable impact as stallions.

immediately come to mind include Federico Tesio, the late Aga Khan, the 17th Earl of Derby and Marcel Boussac. That quartet are jointly responsible for elements in a combination of strains that has its genesis in matings planned from the 1930s through to the 1950s. Broadly-speaking we see various permutations of Marcel Boussac’s Djebel (winner of the Middle Park Stakes, 2,000 Guineas and Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe); Pharos, who was one of the most important horses bred by Lord Derby from the Phalaris/ Chaucer cross; Pharos’s son, Nearco, one of the greatest of Federico Tesio’s achievements; Lavendula, a daughter of Pharos who was culled from Lord Derby’s stud; and the Aga Khan-owned Mumtaz Mahal – a yearling purchase – and her daughter, Mumtaz Begum, in so many top horses. On the principle that a picture is worth a 1,000 words, combinations of these strains in four particularly important pedigrees are probably more easily understood from their pedigrees seen on the previous and the next few pages than a verbal description. To briefly review these: Turn-To, bred in Ireland but sent to the US as a yearling, was by Royal Charger, a son of Nearco out of Sun Princess, a daughter of Mumtaz Begum. His dam Source Sucree was out of Lavendula, a daughter of Pharos and Sweet Lavender. He won six of eight starts and was top rated at two. He became an important sire with his male-line being most notably extended by Hail To Reason (particularly via Roberto and Halo) and Sir Gaylord, who was best-known through his sons Sir Ivor and Habitat. My Babu, a son of Djebel, was out of Perfume, a mare closely related to Turn-To, since she was half-sister to Turn-To’s dam,

DJEBEL

Never Bend’s half-brother Bold Reason, foaled eight years later than Never Bend, was by Turn-To’s son Hail To Reason, so had a pedigree even more similar to My Babu reversed. He was never a champion, but was a more than accomplished runner with wins in the Travers Stakes, Hollywood Derby and American Derby. Bold Reason wasn’t as good a sire as Never Bend, but he did make an indelible mark on the breed through a certain daughter, Fairy Bridge, the dam of Sadler’s Wells and Fairy King. All of this might now seem academic, but what we have tended to see over the years is that good horses often have successful “clusters” from their past repeated in the pedigree. Indeed it happens sufficiently frequently that it often gives us a degree of predictability as to how a stallion might work. One example is the top US sire, Distorted Humor. He is out of Danzig’s Beauty, a stakes-winning daughter of Danzig (Northern Dancer), out of Sweetest Chant, a multiple graded stakes winner by Mr. Leader, a Hail To Reason/Djeddah cross. This makes Danzig’s Beauty very similarly-bred to Sadler’s Wells, who is by a son of Northern Dancer out of a mare by Bold Reason, a Hail To Reason/Djeddah cross (see page 42).


pedigree profile Four or five years ago, this moved us to suggest that Distorted Humor – who had shown an ability to get turf runners – might be worth trying over Sadler’s Wells line mares (it didn’t hurt that his Travers Stakes winner, Flower Alley – sire of this year’s dual Classic winner I’ll Have Another – has a second dam by Sadler’s Wells). That the crystal ball was not misleading us, in this case at least, has been borne out in the US by the the fact that Distorted Humor has sired three stakes winners from only four starters out of mares by sons of Sadler’s Wells, all from daughters of El Prado, bringing in more Turn-To. They include the Grade 1 winner Bit Of Whimsey.

Pathfork: the first European G1 winner by Distorted Humor over Sadler’s Wells

As far as the direct cross of Distorted Humor with mares by Sadler’s Wells is concerned, there have been just seven starters, and the union has supplied Distorted Humor with both of his European Group 1 winners. The first of these, Pathfork, was undefeated at two when he won the Futurity Stakes and the National Stakes, and became the champion two-year-old in Ireland. Pathfork, who is about to embark on a career as a sire in South America, actually had a pedigree with several instances of the cluster that we’ve been discussing – his dam was by Never Bend’s son Riverman out of a mare by a son of Northern Dancer (so a reverse cross to Sadler’s Wells), and her third dam is by Turn-To’s grandson, Sir Ivor.

Aesop’s Fables: the cross worked again The second European Group 1 winner for Distorted Humor, and the second for the sire out of a Sadler’s Wells mare, is

Cluster theory and reinforcement of pedigree is working a treat for first-season sire New Approach

Aesop’s Fables, who recently took his place somewhere near the top division of the French three-year-old colts with a stylish victory in the Prix Jean Prat at his first attempt at a distance as far as a mile. If Aesop’s Fables continues to progress, he could make into a nice addition to the French stallion ranks, as he has pedigree to spare. He is the first foal of his dam Abhisheka, who although only stakes placed is a threeparts sister to Lammtarra (Nijinsky), who may just have had the most spectacular four-race career of all time, winning the Washington Singer Stakes, Epsom Derby, King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes and Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe. The second dam, Blushing Groom’s daughter Snow Bride, also won at Epsom, in the Oaks, and she is a daughter of Awaasif

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(Snow Knight), heroine of the Yorkshire Oaks and champion three-year-old filly in England. It was not just Aesop’s Fables that set us thinking about the Pharos, Djebel, Mumtaz Mahal, Lavendula cluster – there is also the tremendous start made to his stud career by the Sadler’s Wells grand-son New Approach (Galileo) to consider. He’s actually out of a mare (Park Express) who was by Ahonoora (Lorenzaccio), a grandson of the Djebel line horse Klairon, who was bred very similarly to My Babu as he’s by a son of Djebel out of a half-sister to My Babu’s granddam, Lavendula. Reinforcement of the cluster hasn’t been a negative for New Approach either. His Coventry Stakes (G2) winner Dawn Approach is out of a mare by Phone Trick, who carries Royal Charger and Djeddah, while his

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Chesham scorer, Tha’Ir, is out of a mare by Green Desert. She supplies a refrain that is becoming familiar here: Green Desert is by Danzig (Northern Dancer), out of a mare by Sir Ivor (Turn-To) who is out of a mare by Never Bend (Nasrullah and Djeddah again). It is a similar background to Sadler’s Wells. We should also mention that Tha’Ir’s second dam is by Shirley Heights, a son of Mill Reef, which gives Tha’Ir’s dam a double dose of Never Bend. Runner-up to Tha’Ir in the Chesham Stakes was Chilworth Icon, who just eight days later would make his sire Sixties Icon the fourth son of Galileo to get a juvenile Group winner in his first crop (following Teofilo, Heliostatic and New Approach) by taking the Premio Primi Passi. In keeping with the theme, Chilworth Icon’s broodmare sire, Acclamation, is an extended Northern Dancer/Djebel cross (with Djebel through Klairon).

One further aspect in regard to Tha’Ir is that he is a great-grandson of Meon Valley’s renowned tap-root mare Reprocolor, who recently added yet another Group 1 winner to the roll of her descendents when the Pivotal filly Izzi Top won the Pretty Polly Stakes. Reprocolor’s is a family that has frequently reacted well to horses carrying permutations of Pharos, Djebel, Mumtaz Mahal and Lavendula, with successful horses including the multiple Group 1 winners Opera House and Kayf Tara, the leading performers Stagecraft and Balalaika (all by Sadler’s Wells), the Group winner Alessandro Volta (Montjeu), the Group-winning and Group 1-placed Polish Knight, the Group 1 winner Necklace (Darshaan), the Group winner Alkaadhem, the stakes winner and Group 1-placed Suez (Green Desert), the Groupwinning and Classic-placed France (by Desert Prince, a son of Green Desert) as well as the stakes winner Hyabella. Phew...!

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While this great blue-hen and her descendents are by no means dependant on Pharos/Djebel/Mumtaz Mahal/Lavendula, bringing reinforcements of this strain back hasn’t hurt, and a glance at Reprocolor’s pedigree suggests why this could be so. Reprocolor is by Jimmy Reppin, whose sire, the 1960 Cambridgeshire winner Midsummer Night, was by Djeddah (Djebel) out of a mare by Mahmoud, a grandson of Mumtaz Mahal, and three-parts brother to both Mumtaz Begum and Badruddin. Reprocolor’s dam Blue Queen is by the good sprinter Majority Blue, who is from the male-line of Fairway (brother to Pharos) out of a mare by My Babu. Blue Queen’s dam is also by a son of Djebel, so like Majority Blue, Blue Queen is a product of the Fairway (brother to Pharos)/Djebel cross. Maybe we’ll see one of Reprocolor’s family bred to Distorted Humor somewhere down the line.

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Congratulations... ...to Haras des Monceaux and Newsells Park Stud. The two operations are less than a decade old, but both have had great success with their Arqana August drafts

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he Haras des Monceaux presented its first consignment at the Arqana August sale in Deauville in 2009. Lucien Urano had bought the stud, which had become run down and abandoned, in 2003. Initially he was active at the August sale as a buyer and his yearling purchases included Rose Melody, the dam of this year’s Group 2 winner Hard Dream. Originally Haras des Monceaux was founded in the 1920s by the American Ralph Strassburger and later passed through the hands of the Clore family before becoming principally a cattle farm. Urano had already made his name in France as a businessman, through the clothing chain Fabio Lucci. He established a major trotting stable and breeding operation and then decided to set up a thoroughbred breeding farm with international ambitions. The first draft of yearlings offered for sale under Monceaux’s own name sold well, which was not altogether surprising considering the sums Urano had invested in yearlings, mares and stallion nominations. The top price the stud realised was the €500,000 John Ferguson gave for a Smart Strike colt out of Rose Melody. Although a good sale, much more impressive has been the success of these horses on the racecourse. Of the 12 offered, seven are now winners and two are very good ones. John Magnier gave €260,000 for a Danehill Dancer filly out of Woman Secret. She was named Wild Wind and was a Listed winner in Ireland and Group-placed several times. The other star of the draft was the cheapest of those sold, a colt by Refuse To Bend, who made €47,000. Named Without Fear, the colt HAS won the

Henri Bozo, stud manager at Haras des Monceaux

Norwegian Triple Crown and over £200,000 in earnings so far. The following year’s Monceaux-offered August draft has turned out to be even better as it has included the Group 1 St James’s Place Stakes winner Most Improved, who was bought by Angie Loder for €65,000, as well as the Listed winner Tribune and the promising Monshak, a Monsun filly trained by Sir Michael Stoute for Nurlan Bizakov, who, at the time of writing, has only been beaten by Great Heavens and Singing Bird, who was fourth in a Group race on her second start. Monceaux’s Deauville October draft in 2010 included Hard Dream and the top-class three-year-old filly La Peinture, while at the 2011 August sale Monceaux sold three of the four top lots with a Montjeu filly making

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Most Improved’s half-brother by Hurricane Run is a lovely colt, who like his older sibling, is an excellent walker

€600,000, and a Dansili filly and a Galileo colt selling for €500,000 each. The Montjeu filly has been called Chicquita and is trained by Alain de Royer-Dupre for Paul Makin, while the Galileo colt, named

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Julian Dollar of Newsells Park Stud: the farm sold Lumière Rose to Haras des Monceaux in 2010

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King Of England, is in the same stable for Waratah Thoroughbreds. The Dansili filly has been named Synchronic and is trained by Pascal Bary for the Niarchos family. “For the time being both trainers are very happy,” confirms Henri Bozo, the manager of the Haras des Monceaux. “Most Improved is a magnificent colt now, but with retrospect he was in the wrong sale as August just came too soon for him and I think we would have got more money for him if we had offered him later in the sales season. “Most Improved’s half-brother by Hurricane Run is a lovely colt who, like his older sibling, is an excellent walker.” All of the yearlings offered for sale by Monceaux were raised on the farm. “We are not,” explains Bozo, “the breeders of all of them, but they were all raised at Monceaux.” The farm now extends to 650 acres and has 55 mares of its own and around 20 horses in training. “Initially we wanted to concentrate on renovating the farm and building a broodmare band,” Bozo says, “but one day we may expand into stallions. “Monsieur Urano is very dynamic and always ready to invest if a project interests him. He is always looking to buy yearlings or mares and at the same time is not afraid to sell. We offer more or less all of the colts we breed and only keep fillies when we are not already well represented by the family.”

What to do in Deauville for free... Head to the beach (if the Normandy rain is not at its worst), cruise the boardwalk, enjoy a spot of window shopping, if you can get up in the morning go and watch horses working on the track, take your bike and head out for a spin, sit and watch the stylish or rich, mad Parisians on their August hols, get an invitation to a party, grab a kiss with a handsome Frenchman or a pretty girl...

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deauville august Newsells: quickly getting to the top

One of Monceaux’s recent yearling purchases at Deauville was Lumière Rose, a three-yearold Motivator filly bought from Newsells Park Stud for €100,000 and the winner of her last three starts, including a Tiercé handicap in Chantilly by a long-looking 4l in July. Newsells Park is only a few years older than the Haras des Monceaux having been founded by Klaus Jacobs in 2000. The Hertfordshire stud has been selling yearlings in Deauville under its own name since 2008 and has quickly established a reputation for selling top horses. The 2008 draft of eight included three black-type horses, ranging from the multiple Group-placed filly Kartica, who sold for €50,000, to the Listed-placed Midnight Game, who was one of the sale’s top lots at €450,000. The success rate was even better over the next two years. In 2009, Newsells presented 12 yearlings in Deauville, which included the Group 1 St Leger winner Masked Marvel and the Baden-Baden Group 3-winning Monsun filly February Sun, as well as the Medicean colt Manhaj, who looked very good at two. The ten offered in 2010 included two Group-winning Monsun fillies: the Group 2 winner Yellow And Green and the Group 3 winner Waldlerche, as well as Lago Minto, the impressive winner of his only start to date, and the Haras des Monceaux’s Lumiere Rose. “In 2009 we had two Montjeu colts in the sale in Deauville,” remembers Julian Dollar Newsells’s manager. “John Magnier and all of his team came into the yard and asked us to walk them round and round together, and then they bought the wrong one! “Jeremy Brummitt bought Masked Marvel for Bjorn Nielsen, whereas the one Coolmore purchased was just a minor winner. “The followng year we offered Waldlerche, Masked Marvel’s half-sister by Monsun, and Yellow And Green, and neither were particularly popular at the sale and sold at the lower end of our expectations. They have both, of course, turned out to be great buys for Gestüt Bernfired and André de Ganay and I hope they have more big wins in front of them. “It is not easy picking which yearlings to send to Deauville,” continues Dollar. “It is not a place people go to to buy precocious horses, and yet it is an early sale and you have to have a yearling who is forward enough to do itself justice. “I don’t quite know why, but so far we have

You don’t want to be sending a precocious yearling to the Arqana August Sale, but you still need one that is forward enough to do himself justice in the sale ring, advises Dollar

certainly picked some very good racehorses for the Deauville draft. Lago Minto, who we sold to Agence FIPS for the Marquesa de Moratalla for €420,000 in 2010, looks as if he could be another one.

“He won only a small race on his debut, which had been delayed by phsyical issues, and yet the form is working out well and so we are hopeful that both he and Lumiere Rose will be able to win stakes races this year.”

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haras de la perelle

The recent successes on the racecourse and in the sales ring enjoyed by Haras de la Perelle have not come as an overnight success, writes Jocelyn de Moubray

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f breeding racehorses was easy it would probably not be as interesting. And then if it is difficult to breed top horses, however much money you are prepared to invest, it is even more difficult to start up a new stud farm from nothing. For every Eydon Hall, Meon Valley or Watership Down Stud, there must be many more that tried and failed, or projects in which the owner’s money or patience ran out before success arrived. Jürgen Winter decided to create a stud farm in Normandy in 1995. From the word go the Haras de la Perelle offered yearlings, mainly colts, for sale in Deauville, and was a major investor in yearlings, fillies and mares. At the start the yearlings sold well; if you buy expensive mares it is always possible to sell the first of their progeny, although of course it becomes steadily more difficult if they don’t win. But Perelle’s story has a happy ending, or if the end is still a long way away, Winter’s initial vision has been realised and today the farm has an international reputation. Perelle raises top sales yearlings and in 2011 it sold the Galileo filly out of Sanjida for €1.7 million to Waratah Thoroughbreds. It has also raised top racehorses as it has won Group 1 races with Gentlewave and Reggane, and most recently the Falmouth Stakes with Giofra. It was not, however, a story of instant success. Indeed for the first ten years the disappointments must have felt far more familiar than the days of success. And yet Winter himself appears to take the ups and downs of breeding very calmly. “If I have learnt anything over the last 15 years,” he says, “it is that to be a breeder you need to have patience. It takes time, a long time, to bring together a group of mares

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capable of achieving what we set out to do, and then even when things are going well a breeder always gets bad news. “We lost three foals and a mare during the breeding season this year and that is always hard. Before I started I had studied closely what it was to be a breeder and so I was never really expecting it to be easy.” Winter has always lived in Baden-Baden and began to go to the races at Iffezheim with his parents when still a young boy. “I also remember going to Normandy and Deauville with my parents when I was still a teenager,” he adds, “and the region made a strong impression on me. It has always been breeding rather than racing which fascinates me. “Racing is all over very quickly, you watch for a couple of minutes and then, more often than not, you go through the same conversations about how if this or that had happened the result might have been different. “Breeding, pedigrees, matings and looking to the future: that has always been my passion and from an early age I told myself that, if I was in a position to do so, I would try to create a stud and a breeding operation.” He decided that the time had come in the early 1990s – by then he had begun to breed racehorses with mares which were boarded at the Haras du Logis, while he had also bought a holiday home in Normandy close to Bonnebosq, about 15 miles south of Deauville. Winter had been a board member of the Betty Barclay fashion group since 1982 and managing director since 1987. Betty Barclay is one of the largest ladies’ fashion groups in Europe, selling clothes, perfume, shoes and accessories in more than 60 countries from its headquarters in Heidelberg. “It is impossible to buy farm land around Baden-Baden where I live,” he explains, “and

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Fabre trained Sanjida to be second in two Listed races in my colours and then I was lucky as the following year her half-sister turned out to be Sarafina

Sales topper: Haras de la Perelle’s Galileo filly who fetched €1.7 million at last year’s Arqana August Yearling Sale. She is in training with André Fabre, who says he is very happy with her progress

then the parts of Germany where I might have been able to develop a stud are not where I want to take my holidays. “Normandy and my house there made much more sense and the Haras de Perelle was built on the farm land around. It has taken time to buy parcels of land, but today the stud has 55 boxes and about 250 acres, and I am always looking out for more good land close by.” The Haras de la Perelle started to fulfil expectations in 2006. Gentlewave, a son of Monsun who sold for only €55,000 at the 2004 Deauville August sale, was trained by André Fabre for first Bob Lalemant and then

Gary Tanaka and won the Prix Noailles (G2) and the Derby Italiano (G1) before finishing second to Dylan Thomas in the Irish Derby (G1). The same year Fabre trained Alloway to win the Group 3 Prix Penelope in the colours of Perelle and the daughter of Rahy ran – admittedly disappointingly, but she still appeared – in the Prix de Diane. It almost certainly hasn’t felt like it for Winter, his team at Perelle and the stud manager Didier Barassin, but since then there have been highclass winners nearly every year. Reggane, a Red Ransom filly trained by Alain de Royer-Dupre for Perelle, won on

Jürgen Winter: it made sense for him to have his stud farm in Normandy

her career debut in May, and was second in a Group 2 at Chantilly before she was runner-up in the Group 1 Coronation Stakes at Royal Ascot on only her third-ever start. The following year Reggane won the Grade 1 E P Taylor Stakes at Woodbine to give Perelle its first Group 1 win in its own colours. Dalarua, a King’s Best filly, won a Group 3 in Deauville for Perelle and Stephane Wattel, and then Giofra, after being beaten on her debut at Moulins, has been competing successfully in the best company, winning the Group 2 Prix d’Harcourt at Longchamp and finishing second to Cirrus Des Aigles in the Group 1 Prix Ganay before claiming her own Group 1 victory at the Newmarket July meeting. The stud’s breakthrough came from some of its very first purchases – Gentlewave’s dam Saumareine was bought as a yearling and won at Saint-Cloud in Perelle’s colours in 1996, while Reggane’s grand-dam Raintree Renegrade, who had been third in the Prix de Diane for a very young André Fabre, was one

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haras de la perelle of the first mares purchased. Real success at the sales followed closely and in 2007 Perelle sold a Dansili colt, named Peter Tchaikovsky, to Coolmore for €950,000 and a Pivotal colt, the useful handicapper Ottoman Empire, for €360,000. The following year the stud sold a brother to Gentlewave for €570,000 and then last year Perelle topped the Arqana August Sale with the €1,700,000 Galileo filly. Her good sale almost kick-started a resurgence in fortunes for the whole European yearling season. “She is an exceptional filly,” says Winter, “and she is being trained by André Fabre for Waratah Thoroughbreds. Fabre tells me that so far he is happy with her. I bought her dam Sanjida privately from the Aga Khan after she had run in the Diane as a pacemaker for Zarkava. Fabre trained Sanjida to be second in two Listed races in my colours and then I was lucky as the following year her half-sister turned out to be Sarafina.”

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erelle today has 28 mares and 14 horses in training with RoyerDupre in Chantilly and Stephane Wattel in Deauville. “Stephane has trained for me since the beginning,” Winter says, “and then it is a pleasure to work with Alain, who is, of course, one of the best and who is very knowledgeable about breeding. “Indeed I would say that he looks at his horses with a breeder’s eye and it is a great help for me and Barassin, my manager, to discuss the horses with him.” Winter is always on the look out to buy interesting fillies or mares and recent purchases include Gifted Icon, a half-sister to Masked Marvel and Waldlerche; Extreme Green, a half-sister to Moonlight Cloud; and Celenza, a Dansili filly out of Celebre Vadala. This year Perelle has four yearlings entered in the Arqana August sale, colts by Invincible Spirit, Dubawi and Whipper as well as a Shamardal half-sister to Giofra and to the Listed-winning Montjeu filly Gradara. “I usually sell only the colts, but it seemed to be the right moment to offer the Gracefully filly as I have plenty of her family already in the stud,” Winter explains. Gracefully was purchased for Winter by Bruno Ridoux when in-foal to Diesis for $490,000 at the 2005 Keeneland November sale. It seemed a lot at the time for a daughter of Orpen, who had disappointed on the track in the US after winning the Prestige Stakes at Goodwood as a two-year-old, but it turned

Giofra: the Group 1-winning filly has all the big late-summer and autumn races on her agenda. Her dam Gracefully was bought for Haras de la Perelle (below) by the late Bruno Ridoux, who sadly did not get to see the recent success enjoyed by the stud

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Racing and breeding are my hobby, my leisure, and so it is important for me that when I am at the stud, or on the racecourse, I am with people I like

out to be one of the best buys Ridoux made for Winter as her first four progeny have looked to be very good and two are already black-type winners. “Racing and breeding are my hobby, my leisure,” Winter adds, “and so it is important for me that when I am at the stud, or on the racecourse, I am with people I like. “Bruno was an excellent professional who was with me from the start, but he was also my friend and it is very sad that he died before seeing the full success the stud has enjoyed.” At the start of the season, Giofra was the stud’s main hope on the racecourse this year and she is fulfilling expectations. The daughter of Dansili was given a break after the Ganay, and despite being a 10-1 shot for the Falmouth, won the race decisively. She holds an entry in the Nassau Stakes (G1) at Glorious Goodwood, as well as in the Prix de l’Opera and the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe. “There are always good horses in such races,” Winter laughs, “but if she is well she has to go and run!” Breeding may bring disappointments and unpleasant surprises, but these days Winter really seems to be enjoying his holiday home in Normandy and the horses who are raised there.

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nicolas clement

Nicolas Clement talks about training and his life at Chantilly, the good horses he has had and this year’s star, the 2,000 Guineas quarter length runner-up, French Fifteen by Jocelyn de Moubray

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trainer is going to experience disappointments. Not always and not necessarily often, but in the life of any racing stable there are always going to be races which really matter, and are not always going to work out as planned. Saturday, June 30 was a calm, sunny morning in Nicolas Clement’s Chantilly stable. Yellow And Green, one of the stable’s stars, was enjoying her new status as the winner of the Group 2 Prix de Malleret at Saint-Cloud and was being given an easy day as part of a break before her next target, which will either be at York in August or Longchamp in September. She looked fantastic, her black coat shining and she appeared to be relaxed, even if her lad was keen to point out that she is not always so, her temperament being, he says, “very feminine, not difficult, just a real lady.” On the other side of the courtyard was French Fifteen, the runner-up to Camelot in the 2,000 Guineas and the race favourite for the following day’s Group 1 Prix Jean Prat. French Fifteen was enjoying a prerace massage, “nothing too strenuous before tomorrow,” Clement reminded the chiropractor. Also in attendance was Miguel Clement, Clement’s nephew and the son of Christophe, the leading US trainer. “You need to watch what he is doing,” Clement told Miguel, still a student but

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nicolas clement spending time in France to see how his uncle works in Chantilly. “Tell your father about it as they don’t believe in chiropractors in New York.’ In many respects it was a routine day, the horses went out into the forest to exercise, two different vets came and went examining one horse or another, and then somebody cut the grass on the lawn at the centre of the main yard before third lot came back from the track. However, the Prix Jean Prat was in everyone’s mind, and above all the trainer’s. “I am like a good wine,” Clement says. “I

get better with age and am a better trainer now then when I set out.” He is joking, or at least in part he is and then he is also speaking in front of his young nephew, who sounds keen to become the third generation of his family to become a trainer. The Clement trainers have all enjoyed success at the highest level at a young age. Their father Miguel won the Prix du JockeyClub with Nelcius in 1966 when he was only 31, while his brother Christophe won his first Grade 1 before he was 30 with Danish in 1994. Four years earlier than that Nicolas

reached the top of his profession with a dark bay colt called Saumarez. “I think trainers are like jockeys in this respect,” he says. “The test is whether they make the most of the best horses which come their way, and looking back now I don’t think I did too badly with Saumarez.” Saumarez was originally trained by Henry Cecil for owner Charles St George and the horse was one of the ante-post favourites for the Derby after he won his first two starts as a three-year-old, first by 7l and then by 10l at Sandown. His final Derby prep came in the Dee

French Fifteen under Olivier Peslier finishing second to Camelot in the 2,000 Guineas. Clement is not sure why he picked the horse out as a yearling!

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as he then finished second in the Derby; sometimes a three-year-old can suddenly improve in May and June and I think that is what happened when Saumarez came to me. “Christophe was still working for Luca Cumani in Newmarket and I remember calling him to ask if it was possible that Saumarez was a champion. “He was certainly working with me like one and after spending some years working with François Boutin I knew what a champion looked like in the morning. I persuaded his connections to let me run him in the Grand Prix de Paris.” Saumarez didn’t just win the race, then a 1m2f Group 1 run at Longchamp the weekend after Royal Ascot, he justified his trainer’s opinion of him, beating the two top threeyear-olds Priolo and Tirol by 6l and 2l. After that performance Saumarez changed hands again and was bought by an investment group as a French stallion prospect. “The new investors wanted him to win a Group 1 outside France and so at the beginning of September we went to Phoenix Park for the Irish Champion Stakes,” Clement continues. “He finished last, more or less tailed off and I was booed and whistled at when I went to meet him after the race. “I think looking back that it was probably my fault. He was big horse who needed to work and he was probably just nowhere near ready for such a Group 1. “But I managed to persuade his owners to stick to our plan to aim for the Arc and, three weeks after the Irish flop, he won the Prix du Prince d’Orange at Longchamp and two weeks later the Arc itself.” Every time Clement looks up from his desk in the stable’s office he sees Saumarez at full stretch going for the line under Gérard Mossé with Epervier Bleu, Snurge and In The Wings in vain pursuit. Saumarez won the Arc at a difficult time for French racing and although the Clement stable prospered through the years after, he had to wait more than ten years before the next top horse came its way. Although he subsequently trained for the

Stakes at Chester, for which the son of Rainbow Quest started the even-money favourite. He was beaten, finishing second by three-quarters of a length behind Blue Stag. “I was not involved in the deal,’ Clement says, “and so I don’t know exactly what happened, but I suppose St George was so disappointed he decided to sell and Emmanuel de Seroux bought Saumarez for Bruce McNall. “The plan was that he should come to me for a few weeks before going out to join Charlie Whittingham in California. Blue Stag turned out to be better than everyone thought

Nicolas Clement: enjoyed early training success

Maktoum family in the pre-Godolphin years, winning Group races with horses such as Kabool and Pozarica, and he also attracted the support of leading owner-breeders such as Lady O’Reilly, the best horses Clement has trained since Saumarez have been those which he has purchased as yearlings. Vespone and Stormy River, whom he trained for Ecurie Mister Ess A S, Pain Perdu, who was injured when third in the JockeyClub and unfortunately never fulfilled his true potential, as well as this year’s stars, Yellow And Green and French Fifteen: all were purchased as yearlings at the Deauville yearling sales. “Yellow And Green has developed a great deal since she was a yearling, but for me she always had something,” Clement explains. “Owner Andre de Ganay is one of my last links with my father’s stable as he was a friend of Louis Malle, the film director whose family had horses with my father. “De Ganay has been with me since the beginning. I buy him one or two yearlings every year and that year Yellow And Green

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was the one. Five or six people have come to tell me how much they liked her as a yearling and how they tried to buy her, but I know I was the only bidder! “She was offered by Newsells Park and the reserve was €150,000, and so I bought her for €160,000. At least I have managed to win a race with her, at last!” That maiden tag was removed when the filly won the Group 2 Prix de Malleret on her fourth career start. “I thought she was a filly for the Prix de Diane, but it turns out she is a real 1m4f performer. We may try the Yorkshire Oaks, or if not it will be the Prix Vermeille, and then I hope we shall keep her in training next year as she is still really a fresh filly with great potential.” Clement signed for four yearlings at the 2010 Deauville August sale, three of which came to his stable: Yellow And Green, Lac Fontana, a Shirocco colt who has already finished fourth in a Listed race, and French Fifteen, who was purchased for just €30,000 from Reboursière et de Montaigu on behalf of Raymond Tooth. “I buy a cheap horse for Raymond Tooth every year and French Fifteen was the one I picked. It is hard to say why now! “I am not really looking for anything specific in a yearling, just for something which strikes me and attracts me. I love working the sales and I take the time to go and visit as many yearlings as possible on the studs before the sales as I like to see a horse in its home environment. Then I also spend a lot of time watching them in the walking ring before they go through to be sold. “Watching them walk round and observing how they react to the sounds and the pressure can give you an idea of what they will look like in the paddock before a race in the future. I don’t make a shortlist on pedigree, but just try to see as many yearlings as possible to find those which give me the right feel.” French Fifteen, who came within a neck of beating Camelot and winning the 2,000 Guineas, has had an unusual career for a

Group 1 winner. The son of Turtle Bowl broke his maiden at Wissembourg and then won races at Chateaubriant, Lion d’Angers and Craon before heading for Group races. “I was so disappointed by his first race – I ran him at Chantilly and he finished last of five beaten nearly 20l ,” Clement explains. “I then wanted to make sure he broke the ice gently!”

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fter winning his seventh juvenile start, the Group 1 Criterium International at SaintCloud in Tooth’s colours, French Fifteen was purchased by Sheikh Abdulla bin Khalifa Al Thani. It was in the Sheikh’s colours that he won his prep race and then finished so close in the 2,000 Guineas. Clement lives and trains in the Chantilly yard where he his father trained before him. Miguel Clement won the Jockey-Club as a young man, but in 1978 at 44, was killed in a

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car crash when returning from Deauville. His two sons Nicolas and Christophe were only teenagers and although they were already going to the gallops with him they were too young to play a real part in the stable. “Alec Head, who was a friend of my father’s, took over the running of the yard and then Olivier Douieb trained here for a time,” Clement explains. “It was another of my father’s friends, François Boutin, who organised my apprenticeship and made sure I travelled and worked with the best trainers in Ireland and the US, and then with him here. “My father came from a very traditional Catholic and military family from the south west of France, Bayonne and the Basque country. When he told my grandmother that he was going to be a racehorse trainer she apparently replied that she would have preferred that he became a hairdresser! My father’s family did not approve of gambling and racing, at all. “My grandfather was in the army with the great trainer François Mathet and was killed at the end of World War II, dying at the feet of Mathet. As a result of this unusual tie, he took on my father as his assistant.” If the Clement training dynasty began partly as a result of this sad coincidence its story is still at its beginning. Nicolas and Christophe are both still under 50 and have a great deal to achieve before there is the possibility of the next generation. “To be a successful trainer,” Clement says, seriously, “you need the energy and the health of a young man, but experience is a definitely a help as well. “Chantilly is just the best place to train horses: the facilities are extraordinary and getting better as the new all-weather track is a huge help for working and racing. Sometimes I feel that I am playing poker with only three cards in my hand when some of those across the table have five or more, but I am not complaining. Not at all, I love this life and look forward passionately to the next big race and the next top horse to come into the yard.” Sunday, July 31st turned out to be a day of disappointment, rather than of triumph. French Fifteen started a short-priced favourite for the Group 1 Prix Jean Prat, but never looked like winning and after taking a false step in the straight finished seventh of the eight runners. French Fifteen’s story may be coming to an end, but life in a racing stable goes on and with the next yearling sale and the next big race only weeks away, Clement will be preparing for both.


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Haras du pride and joy Sally Ann Grassick travels to Orne, Normandy, to meet Pierre Talvard of Haras du Cadran

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O FAR 2012 has been a very productive year for Haras du Cadran-bred two-year-olds. To date, 12 of their homebreds have been successful in France, and include the impressive Sheistheboss. Situated in Orne, just under an hour from Deauville, the Haras du Cadran has been in operation for 30 years under the ownership of Pierre Talvard. Originally a veterinary clinic comprising just 45 acres, the farm has developed into a 620-acre establishment with one site dedicated to broodmares and foals and another to weanlings and yearlings. When speaking to Talvard, his passion for breeding Flat horses is evident, but this

One of the things that I enjoy the most in my line of work is choosing the matings for both my own mares and my clients’ mares

discreet man has no family background in the industry. “I used to ride Camargue horses, but my family had no involvement in breeding or racing,” he explains. “I did some work experience in a stud farm and it was there that my passion developed. I bought the farm

here and started off with just two horses. “We now have 100 broodmares and, with a new property I am in the process of purchasing, will soon have 770 acres. We have 60 owners from different walks of life and a super team of staff, which includes my son Emmanuel, with whom I work very closely.” Although Talvard’s business concerns the breeding of champions, his favourite pastime is racing them. “I have part shares in eight different horses in training with Carlos Lerner in Maisons-Laffitte. I sell my horses to keep the bank happy, but the ones I keep to race are for me and my pleasure. I would keep them all if could!” he smiles. “One of the things that I enjoy the most in my line of work is choosing the matings for both my own mares and my clients’ mares. I am heavily involved in the decision-making process and I constantly seek to improve our band of broodmares by mating them with interesting stallions. “This year I sent 70 of our mares to Ireland for covering. Some of the stallions that appeal to me the most currently are Fastnet Rock, Danehill Dancer and Makfi, although I would love to use Galileo more if I could afford him!” The Haras du Cadran breeding policy seems to be working well as the farm never ceases to produce Group winners in France and abroad. Horses such as the Group 1 Prix du Cadran winners Gentoo and Mercalle, Gris de Gris, who won the Group 2 Prix du Muguet PIerre Talvard: Haras du Cadran and his broodmares are his passion

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and finished second in the Group 1 Prix d’Ispahan, as well as this year’s Group 1 Prix de Diane third Rjwa, were all bred at Haras du Cadran. They are the pride and joy of Talvard. “I chose the mating for Gentoo’s dam and I really liked him as a foal,” he says. “Unfortunately the owner didn’t share my opinion and decided to sell him, but I have always been proud of his achievements. Rjwa was co-bred with Haras des Mézeray and she came to us as a foal. She matured enormously over the winter before being sold privately as a yearling.” The success of the Haras du Cadran twoyear-olds in 2012 is also a testament to the quality of the breeding operation. Winners are the best form of publicity any stud farm can get, and free advertising for this year’s yearling consignment does not come much better than the successes of 12 individual twoyear-olds in 2012 by early July. Sheistheboss is one of the most promising of these having been successful on her first start in a “B” race at Maisons-Laffitte for Lerner. She holds an entry in the Group 3 Prix

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de Cabourg at the end of August in Deauville. On speaking with Talvard it is very clear that his entire year focuses around one month: August and the Arqana yearling sale. “I love preparing horses for the sales as it means I get to know them perfectly,” he says. “I need to see my horses every single day to follow their progress in detail. I never sell my homebreds as foals; I prefer to keep them until they are yearlings. “This year I hope to present 36 yearlings at Arqana in August and around 18 in October. I only consign the horses I have bred myself and I don’t prepare yearlings for outside clients,” he says, adding that despite producing so many yearlings a trip to Newmarket won’t be on the agenda. “I have taken horses to the sales in Newmarket, but usually because it didn’t get into my choice of sale here,” he explains. “It is not really worthwhile going to the UK unless you have a horse by a really top stallion. The market is easier here in France as there is less competition. “The market at the August sale is quite stable as there are constantly new countries, such as Qatar, entering the market; but the October Sale is more worrying for us vendors.” Talvard instantly becomes more vocal and animated when talking about the perceived good health of the French thoroughbred


haras du cadran Haras du Cadran (all pictures on this spread) has grown from being a veterinary clinic of 45 acres to a stud farm of over 600 acres. Talvard has plans to expand the enterprise again and is in the process of buying a further plot of over 50 acres

We will never have a top quality stallion market here as, between Coolmore and the Arab-owned studs, they buy up all the best racehorses to become future stallions

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industry when many other European nations are suffering in this current economic crisis. “The racing industry is thriving in France, thanks in large part to the owners’ premium scheme,” he admits. “If you have a horse that is capable of winning at least a claimer, it can pay for its own keep and cover most expenses. Every year there are more horses in training here and the market remains dynamic thanks to the influx of foreign owners.

“It is a great pity that the French system is one of the best in the world yet we are not a nation of people who are passionate about racing or having horses in training, as is the case in other countries. “If it was up to me, I would do my utmost to encourage people to come racing by improving the atmosphere at French racecourses and I would try to encourage more syndicates in French racing so that it is easier for people to become owners here. “I think people here are more interested in making money in the short term from their horses, which is why they prefer to sell them at the sales or abroad early on in their careers rather than keep them to race in the future.” Now Talvard is on a roll, there is no stopping him as he suggests that the issues horseracing in France does need to deal with are within the breeding industry. “The real problem in my opinion is our breeding industry,” he explains. “The French association of breeders, Le Syndicat des Eleveurs, is currently not in agreement with the majority of breeders as has been shown

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Arab-owned studs, they buy up all the best racehorses to become future stallions anyway, and they have nothing to gain by standing these horses in France. “I would love to cover my mares with French stallions, but it is not possible with the quality that is available. “It requires a huge amount of organisation to transport 70 mares to be covered in Ireland each year, not to mention the keep that I lose from having an empty yard while they are all abroad. Unfortunately I just don’t see any solution to this problem.”

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UT on speaking about the effects of the economic crisis in other countries on the French market, Talvard is capable of finding a positive spin for his business. “The major advantage of the crisis for me has been the drop in stallion nomination fees,” he explains. “There are only eight or so stallions that are out of my price range now, which wasn’t the case a few years ago. This means that I can now put more money into buying mares as the cost of covering them with quality stallions is less. “A €50,000 to €60,000 nomination fee is reasonable in my opinion and I don’t think that, for the majority of mares, it is profitable to pay much more than that – you do need to have a mare who is worth the cost. “I am a bit of a risk taker by nature and I prefer to take the chance of keeping a nice mare in order to sell the produce as a yearling in the future, rather than to sell the mare infoal directly at auction. More often than not this policy has worked in my favour!” So what does the future hold for Talvard and Haras du Cadran, his pride and joy? “In the short term I am looking forward to increasing the size of the property with

I have a very nice bunch this year, but two in particular stand out as my stars: a Shamardal colt out of Bunting and a New Approach filly out of Kyniska

with the issues that have sprung up since the changes to the breeders’ premiums were recently announced. “I feel that the more effort we make, the less we are compensated. People speak of a stallion problem here in France, but I feel that this is not a true problem. “We will never have a top quality stallion market here as, between Coolmore and the

the purchase of our new land and to seeing continued success for our two-year-olds this year,” he says. “This winter I am planning to buy more quality mares for some new partnerships that I am developing and to continue improving them by breeding them to top class stallions. “But, most of all, I am looking forward to the yearlings I am consigning at the Arqana August Sale. I have a very nice bunch this year, but two in particular really stand out as my stars – a Shamardal colt out of Bunting [Lot 147] and a New Approach filly out of Kyniska [Lot 7]. “I also have a lovely Dubawi colt out of Varsity [Lot 104]. Hopefully it will be a good year for us and our yearlings!” The 36 yearlings that Haras du Cadran is due to present at the August sale will be a record for the farm. Thanks to the continuing success of last year’s yearling generation on the racecourse this summer, this year’s crop will no doubt be in high demand.


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ith 20 runners declared for the 2012 edition of the Group 1 Prix du Jockey-Club, any scenario seemed possible. In the end though, only a handful of people would have predicted that the winner would be owned by a baker who had turned out a couple of hundred baguettes that same morning, that it would be ridden by a jockey who had only just lost his claim and that he would be trained by a man who had never before saddled a horse in a Group 1 race. Yet, racing has a knack of producing the odd fairytale and Saonois’s story certainly deserves to be told again and again. After all, while an Epsom/Chantilly Classic double for Joseph O’Brien, or Classic double for French Fifteen, would have provided good headlines, there is nothing quite like a victory of the underdog to warm our hearts. Saonois actually should have never been overlooked. Sure, he hadn’t been placed in a Classic as French Fifteen had, nor had he been placed in a Group 1 like the Brian Meehan-trained Most Improved, but he had steadily and successfully been climbing the pattern race ladder and certainly deserved his place in the most important French Classic of the season. It really was there for all to see. On his first start of the season he was only just beaten in a conditions race, but then landed the most sought after Listed contest at Cagnes-surMer. He then proved that he wasn’t just a one-hit-wonder by following up that victory with success in the Group 3 Prix La Force at Longchamp. Had he been trained by André Fabre, there is no doubt that he would have been received up-and-coming star treatment. But coming from St Cyr Les Vignes, a little village situated about 70 km west of Lyon, where he is trained by Jean-Pierre Gauvin, he was bound to scoot under the radar. So his presence went more or less

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Trained by Jean-Pierre Gauvin, owned Pascal Treyve and ridden by Antoine Hamelin, Saonois sprang the surprise of the French season when the winning the Prix du Jockey-Club. Liz Price finds out that perhaps the result was not such a shock after all

Soumillon and Peslier got badly hampered and I, too, got a few bumps. But ultimately I also profited from it

Jockey Antoine Hamelin (stars) avoided the trouble in running in the Prix du Jockey-Club on Saonois to land the Group 1 Classic at odds of 33-1

unnoticed on his next start in the Group 2 Prix Greffulhe where all eyes were on Kesampour, at that point still an Epsom Derby hopeful. Kesampour won, while Saonois finished fourth. However, our underdog was unlucky that day and those who bothered to look deeper into that performance knew that he should have finished much closer. And then came the day of the Prix du Jockey-Club. Twenty runners, and Saonois, the outsider at 33-1, had to leave from stall number 16, one of the worst draws in the race. “Because of the bad draw, we were actually totally relaxed,” recalls Pascal Treyve, who owns Saonois in partnership with Gauvin. So with major opposition coming from France, Britain and Ireland as well as a bad draw, it wasn’t surprising that the instructions of the trainer to his young jockey Antoine Hamelin were “to ride as you see it”. And ride as he saw it, he did. While jointfavourites Imperial Monarch and French Fifteen encountered one problem after the other, the André Fabre-trained Saint Baudolino got bumped early in the straight and Most Improved was continually blocked in the final stages, Saonois, according to his jockey, “had a dream run”. Ridden patiently at the back of this

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Trainer Jean-Pierre Gauvin, jockey Antoine Hamelin and “stunned” owner Pascal Treyve in the post-Prix du Jockey-Club press conference

exceptionally big field, he followed in Saint Baudolino’s slipstream and when he came close to the winning post, Saonois produced a nice burst of speed to come through on the inside. “After just a furlong the fight for space was on,” remembers Hamelin, who was apprenticed to Jean de Roualle and who now works at the yard of Alain de Royer-Dupré at Chantilly. “Soumillon and Peslier got badly hampered and I, too, got a few bumps. But ultimately I also profited from it. Every time there was an opening, I managed to get further to the front.” The final opening led to a first Classic victory for this young jockey, who was given the ride on Saonois really more by chance than by careful planning. “It’s true,” smiles Gauvin. “Antoine had ridden for me for the first time last summer at

Vichy. But it didn’t go well as the horse got rid of him in the stalls! “In November, when I was looking for a jockey to ride Saonois at Lyon, my first two choices weren’t available. So Jules Susini, Antoine’s agent, suggested that I book him. As he still had his claim then, I let myself be tempted.” The temptation immediately proved successful as the pair won that little conditions race without breaking into a sweat.

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or Hamelin success on that chance ride became a career-defining moment. Five months later, on April 2, he lost his claim and then, one week after that, he recorded his first Group victory when Saonois won the Prix La Force, a win that ultimately led to the Jockey-Club success. He is an extremely well-spoken young man and not the slightest bit embarrassed

The best thing though was that it happened on Mother’s Day, which was the best present I could have ever given to my mum

by his mother who was in tears and who kept interrupting the Jockey-Club press conference with: “That’s my boy, that’s my son, isn’t he great?” Yes, on that day, Hamelin was great. “Even today, a few weeks after the Prix du JockeyClub, I still can’t believe it happened,” he says. “There were so many people who applauded us afterwards and we still talk about it. The best thing though was that it happened on Mother’s Day, which was the best present I could have ever given to my mum.” Hamelin pauses and then adds with a glint in his eye: “You know, we just ran for fun really.” It is certainly all about fun for Treyve, who has been involved in the thoroughbred racing industry since 2006. He looked stunned when he was sitting in the press conference following the biggest victory in his career and today admits: “I got up at midnight to start baking bread, then I travelled up to Chantilly and by the time the race was on, I was pretty tired. I actually can’t really remember everything that happened! “One minute I have a little horse that runs in the biggest race of the year and the next thing he wins it. And then everything was so fast, being on the podium, listening to the Marseillaise, people shaking my hands, it was surreal.” And he continues, with a little embarrassment: “After the race, HH The Aga Khan came up to me to congratulate me. And

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I’m actually quite proud that I never sold Saonois, even though some people involved in the industry thought that I was mad

attention,” he continues. “It’s a little bit like our village football team winning the Champions’ League.” So what is on the horizon for Saonois now? “Well, at the moment he is having a break,” concludes Treyve. “That had always been the plan, no matter what happened in the JockeyClub. He has been running continuously since October last year and we always said that he would have a break in the summer. I think we are going to chat about plans in August, but at the moment he is enjoying his time off.” Saonois’s connections are guarded when it comes to the future, but have a refreshing attitude as Gauvin demonstrated during the press conference after the Group 1 win. When asked where Saonois would run next, he said: “I don’t know, maybe he will run abroad.”

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Hamelin with the Group 1 winner. The Saonois team created the story of the French season so far

I didn’t know what to say! I was so stunned that a person like him would come to me and congratulate me. It was amazing.” The 34 year-old Treyve, who also has the brother of Saonois in training, is absolutely passionate about horseracing. He would cherish any victory, no matter if it was a little conditions race at Lyon or the French Classic at Chantilly. He is certainly not motivated by money, as evidenced by the fact that he has turned down considerable offers from Hong Kong to the Middle East for the son of dual Group 1 winner Chichicastenango, also sire of 2008 French Derby winner Vision d’Etat. Based in the tiny village of Bellegarde-enForez, he says he has a lucky star. Actually what he really said: “I have many lucky stars and they are all over my silks.” The now famous baker, whose father introduced him to the sport of trotting when he was a child, chuckles and continues: “I didn’t think that I would ever have a starter in a race like this when I became an owner in 2006. I buy horses to win races and not to win money. “I’m actually quite proud that I never sold

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Saonois, even though some people involved in the industry thought that I was mad. But I have chosen to fulfil my dreams no matter what I’m offered and luckily Jean-Pierre and I are on exactly the same wavelength.” His relationship with Gauvin exceeds that of the normal owner and trainer relationship. They are actually friends and he confirms: “We met by chance and discovered that we had a lot in common. Neither of us is motivated by money and we were both adamant not to sell him.” Saonois, who never even made it into a sale because of his small size, was eventually bought privately for €10,000 after breeder Mr Corbière suggested him to Gauvin. Today, his earnings have exceeded the €1 million mark, which makes his owner chuckle even more. He is also bemused by the constant flow of various media outlets that have visited his little bakery, hidden in the heart of the village of Bellegarde-en-Forez. Actually, the shop is not quite that difficult to find as Saonois’s winning rug is artfully draped in the bakery’s window. “It’s a beautiful rug and it’s rather nice actually that he has attracted so much

hen the interviewer asked which race he would consider abroad, Gauvin looked surprised and replied: “Well I don’t know, do I? I don’t know the programme, but I’m sure there must be one that suits him!” Gauvin, who started training in 1990, but continued to ride as a jockey until 2003, might not have the international experience of some of his colleagues. But he knows when he has a good horse in one of his 50-odd boxes at St Cyr les Vignes and isn’t afraid to line him up in a big race. He confirms: “One of the options is obviously to run him in the Prix Niel and then to go for the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe. But, really, I haven’t made any plans yet.” The fairytale of the horse that was bought for peanuts, the baker who didn’t even take time off work on the day his horse lined up in the Prix du Jockey-Club, the trainer who had only ever recorded two Group victories before winning the ultimate prize, as well as the 20 year-old jockey who only recently lost his claim, is far from over. It may not have been popular with those concerned about thoroughbred ratings, but it has proved immensely popular with everyone else. No other result would have produced so much TV footage, articles and interviews, not just in the specialised press, but all over France. Saonois was a gift to racing and we can only hope that this fairytale continues for a long time, maybe in France, maybe somewhere else in the world. No doubt, Jean-Pierre Gauvin and his team will find the right race for him.



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...Jocelyn de Moubray analyses the proposed alterations to the French Owners’ and Breeders’ Premiums and the subsequent fallout with resignations from leading players and threats of boycotts

Viewed from abroad, or frankly with objectivity, it is a little hard to see why these marginal changes have caused such a furore

transport companies and the sales companies as so much will depend upon forms dated and signed by box drivers. Second, from 2013 the owners of qualified horses will receive 64 per cent of prize-money for two, three and four-year-olds and then 43 per cent for older horses, this compared with the current rates of 75 per cent for two-yearolds, 63 per cent for three-year-olds and 48

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oing through the list of the young stallions in France it is hard not to agree with the Americanbased agent Emmanuel de Seroux, who said in the Jour de Galop that “the problem in France is not with the quality stallions, but how people view them, and, in particular, those who own the few hundred mares who leave France to be covered abroad.” On June 25, France Galop’s board decided unanimously to change various aspects of the owners’ and breeders’ premiums from 2013 for owners and 2014 for breeders. Three significant changes were announced. First, the mares of qualified horses will not be allowed to leave France until January 15 and must return by July 15 – this was uncontroversial even if it will prove to be a bureaucratic logjam for France Galop, the

per cent for four-year-olds and older horses. Owners’ premiums will continue to be given at the same rate for all qualified horses regardless of where they were born or conceived. Third, from 2014 the breeders of qualified horses will receive 10 per cent of prize-money, compared with 14 per cent now, unless the horse is conceived in France, in which case

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french premiums they will receive 15 per cent. Viewed from abroad, or frankly with objectivity, it is a little hard to see why these marginal changes have caused such a furore, with bitter exchanges of opinions in the columns of the specialised press and resignations from the French Breeders’ Association. There was even talk of a boycott of France Galop’s trophy presentations, but winners do tend to enjoy receiving their prizes and this was another initiative which came to nothing. The anger comes from various different sources. Nearly all of those with a real financial stake in the outcome felt aggrieved by the process, and such is the money at France Galop’s disposal that there are plenty of people with a great deal at stake. The Aga Khan, whose representative Georges Rimaud resigned from the French Breeders’ Association following France Galop’s decision, has in recent years received somewhere between €1.5 and €3 million a year in owners’ and breeders’ premiums – in 2012 his horses have earned more than €1.5 million in premiums by early July. There were those who wished to see a real change in the system, those who passionately defended the current one, and then there was the board of France Galop. Rather than take one side or another of the argument, which had been going on for six months or so, in the space of a meeting it voted unanimously to implement the outlined changes, which nobody had put forward or discussed in public. In 2011, the French Breeders’ Association set up a committee to examine the premium system, to consider whether or not it was achieving its stated aims and to propose changes. Over many months the committee examined and debated various proposals before coming to a consensus and passing a report to France Galop. The committee came, broadly speaking, to two conclusions. The first was that the existing system gives away far too much money in premiums for the owners and breeders of ordinary older horses and that this has a negative influence on the demand for young horses at the sales, as well as on investment in breeding. The second conclusion was that the current system was too complicated, difficult for outsiders to understand, and not the best promotional tool to encourage new investment in ownership and bloodstock in France.

French-based stallions represented in greater numbers at Arqana August

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here has been a lot of talk about French stallions through 2012 already. First, because several young French-based sires have had some spectacularly good results on the racecourse – Kendargent, Turtle Bowl and Falco have surprised everybody, except perhaps those closest to them, and have all attracted comment and articles in the international bloodstock press. Second, in June, Bertrand Belinguier, the new President of France Galop, gave the organisation’s decision on the report produced by the French Breeders’ Association concerning the premiums for the owners and breeders of French-bred horses. French-based stallions will also play a larger role in Arqana’s August yearling sale in 2012 than has been the case in recent years. More or less one third of the catalogue is by stallions who stood in France in 2010, and if those with ten or more yearlings in the sale include two Elusive City and King’s Best, who started their careers in Ireland, the others Astronomer Royal, Soldier Of Fortune and Naaqoos – are young sires who have stood in France from the beginning of their stud careers.

A couple of Irish imports: Elusive City and King’s Best

Elusive City has 25 yearlings catalogued in August, which is more or less what you would expect – when he moved to Haras d’Etreham in 2010 he stood at €20,000 and was the most expensive stallion in France. “There are 77 yearlings in his first French crop,” says stud manager Nicolas de Chambure. “When the horse moved to France most of the Irish shareholders stayed in, but there is no doubt at all that he covered far more quality mares in 2010 than he had during his five years in Ireland. From the yearlings that I have seen they are a quality group and I expect them to be a little different from his earlier progeny, probably less precocious and with more stamina.” Elusive City’s future will be decided over the next couple of seasons. If the son of Elusive Quality does not get the results expected from this crop, he will not be able to maintain his current fee level for long. However, the signs are generally positive as after setting out as a relatively cheap sire in Ireland – in 2008 €8,000 was considered to be cheap – he came up with a Classic winner in Elusive Wave and then a solid proportion of winners and stakes horses. His last Irish crop, now two-year-olds, were the first conceived after Elusive Wave had emerged and are the product of coverings off a €12,500 fee he stood at the Irish National Stud. At the beginning of this July, Elusive City had already been represented by the Newmarket Listed winner City Image and stakes-placed juveniles in Italy as well as good winners in France and Italy. Elusive City’s French-bred progeny may well show a slightly different aptitude, but it is still likely that they will be fast horses: currently nearly 90 per cent of his three-year-old wins have come over a mile or shorter and about 50 per cent over either five or six furlongs. King’s Best moved from Ireland to France a year earlier in 2009 and so his first French progeny are now two-year-olds. On a commercial basis moving the son of Kingmambo to the Haras de Logis was a huge success as he has 72 two-year-olds and 69 yearlings, all of which are the products of €15,000 coverings. His French move also coincided with the arrival of some of his best progeny and thanks to Workforce and Eishin Flash, King’s Best has also attracted mares from England, Ireland and Germany, while Kesampour, who is from his last Irish crop, is one of the best French threeyear-olds of 2012. King’s Best has always been successful in France, probably because no trainer tries to push his progeny to win as two-year-olds, but by the beginning of July only a handful of his two year olds had reached the track.

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french premiums These conclusions were not popular with the owners and breeders of ordinary older horses racing in France, but it was the committee’s proposed solutions which sparked the real controversy. The committee proposed stopping all premiums for five-year-olds and upwards and putting the money this measure would save – around €8 million a year – into races for two, three and four-year-olds. And then, following the logic of its second conclusion, it proposed stopping the current system whereby, depending upon the dates they leave and return to France, the progeny of registered French-based mares visiting stallions abroad can be qualified, replacing it with the most transparent and straightforward solution. The only qualified horses would be those born in France, all of whom would of course carry the suffix

The second conclusion was that the current system was too complicated, difficult for outsiders to understand

Look for stars with Astronomer Royal

Astronomer Royal was purchased from Coolmore by SF Bloodstock and has always stood at the Haras de Reboursière et de Montaigu. The son of Danzig’s first crop of 40 two-year-olds, includes the promising British-trained French Listed winner Sir Patrick Moore, while his second crop is larger as he has 46 yearlings. Solider Of Fortune was probably the best racehorse to retire directly to stud in France for 20 years and, even standing at €10,000, which is expensive in French terms, the son of Galileo has been consistently well supported at the Haras du Logis Saint Germain. As a juvenile, Solider Of Fortune was Group 1 placed and then went on to win the Irish Derby and the Coronation Cup and finished a close-up third in Zarkava’s Arc. He earned himself a Racing Post rating of 127, making him the fourth-best three-year-old produced by Europe’s best stallion behind only Frankel, Rip Van Winkle and New Approach. Naaqoos was not as good a racehorse, but the Haras du Mézeray’s stallion is by Oasis Dream and was one of the best two-year-olds of his generation, winning his Group 1 at Longchamp over 7f beating among others Intense Focus and Mastercraftsman. Naaqoos is the highest rated two-year-old by Oasis Dream so far – at 119 he was rated higher at two than Power, Arcano or Showcasing.

Turtle Bowl and Falco two star stallion turns in 2012

If these five are the French stallions best represented in the Arqana August catalogue, it is only because the most successful French sires this year have very few yearlings at all. Turtle Bowl, the sire of two Group 1 winners in French Fifteen and the Classic winner Lucayan from his first crop, has only 38 yearlings in his third crop, of which only three are in the August sale. Falco, whose first crop of two-year-olds already includes the Group winner Snowday, has only 52 yearlings this year with just four in the August sale, while Kendargent, the sire of the Group winners Restiadargent and Kendam from only 19 foals in his first crop, has just 26 yearlings this year, two of which are in the August sale. Notably, one is a brother to Restiadargent, who came within two heads of beating Black Caviar at Royal Ascot. Stormy River has not made quite such a spectacular start, but the first three-year-olds by Etreham’s son of Verglas have impressed and include 18 winners, while 45 per cent of all his runners have been placed. Stormy River has only 39 yearlings, three sell in August. Turtle Bowl

FR, regardless of where the progeny were conceived. Practically these principles would have meant that those breeders wishing to use stallions in England or Ireland, and qualify their progeny for French premiums, would only be able to send maiden or barren mares, or they would have had to transport a mare together with her foal. There would also be a considerable procedural saving as neither France Galop nor the sales companies would have to spend many man hours going through transport documents to decide whether or not a particular foal qualifies for the premiums. Initially these proposals received the support of the members of the committee. However, those believing that the current system should not be changed were alarmed and succeeded in changing the minds of some members of the committee.

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Stricter rules for the assimilation of horses The new requirements for breeders wishing their horses to be declared “born and bred in France” means that mares will have to spend seven months of the year in France, with a designated period available to leave the country between January 15 and July 15. The creation of a fund for the purchase/ leasing of stallions France Galop has decided to create a fund in order to aid stallion masters. This will make loans readily available to breeders who need help in the purchase or leasing of a stallion. Breeders’ Premiums On the Flat, the basic rate of breeders’ premiums will become 10 per cent. But this rate will rise to 15 per cent for those horses that were conceived in France. This new rule will come into effect for foals born in 2014. The premium level will remain unchanged over jumps. Previously on the Flat there existed just one premium rate for both the “FR”s and the assimilated horses (whose dams had spent the required amount of time on French soil), which was set at 14 per cent. Owners’ Premiums : two levels instead of three Owners’ premiums will be set at 64 per cent for horses aged two, three and four years of age and at 43 per cent for horses aged five years and over. This rule will come into effect from January 1, 2013. Currently there are three levels of premiums: 75 per cent for two-year-olds, 63 per cent for three-year-olds and 48 per cent for horses who are four-year-olds and over. Limit the population of older horses of a lower category France Galop wishes to regulate the population of older horse by gradually increasing over the next four years the lowest possible handicap rating. Current the lowest handicap rating available to a horse is 17 and this will be increased to a value between 20 and 24, which will be determined in the future as to regards the racing calendar. The changes to owners’ premiums come into effect in 2013, and those to breeders’ premiums in 2014.

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We resigned because we are no longer represented by the Breeders’ Association. The decisions taken by the board of France Galop were approved unanimously

The current system’s advocates also began lobbying France Galop directly, requesting private meetings with its President.

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he result was that when the board of France Galop took its decision the committee’s proposals were not voted upon. Instead the board decided unanimously to approve the different set of changes outlined earlier. Rimaud, the Aga Khan’s stud manager, resigned from the French Breeders’ Association in protest. “We resigned because we are no longer represented by the Breeders’ Association,” he explained. “The decisions taken by the board of France Galop were approved unanimously, which means that the Association’s representatives voted for them.” Hervé Morin, the owner of Literato and France’s Minister of Defence in Nicolas Sarkozy’s first government, was another to express his dismay. ‘ “It is time to change the process by which the members of France Galop’s board are elected,” he said. “It is a system designed to protect vested interests which even the Senate would not be able to approve, and it is the board which has approved this stupid decision.” Henri Bozo, manager of the Haras des Monceaux, was a leading critic of the Breeders’ Association’s proposals but was also very unhappy with France Galop’s decision. “I don’t think,” he reasons, “that the five per cent difference in the breeders’ premium will make a big difference, but it is a decision which gives out the wrong signal.” At the same time those who had worked on the Breeders’ Association’s committee were equally unhappy that its proposals were rejected and the changes introduced will make the system more complicated and difficult to understand. Furthermore, the “new” scheme will give away even more money to the owners and breeders of

The rules for the new scheme

ordinary older horses, and so is contrary to all of the committee’s conclusions. While the tensions raised by the saga within France’s small breeding world will take time to dissipate, the only real question which remains is why did France Galop’s board and new President Bertrand Bélinguier take this decision? Marc de Chambure, the vice-president of Arqana, suggested that it could only be the outcome of an undisclosed electoral pact whereby Bélinguier secured support for his election to the head of France Galop. The changes to the premium system may be only marginal, but it is just possible that this controversy could yet lead to a fundamental reform of France Galop.

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Fancy buying a second home in Deauville...?

...It doesn’t have to cost a fortune

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Deauville may be at the top of the French property market, but there is no need to blow all your savings if you want to buy a second house in Normandy that is convenient for the sales and a day’s racing, writes David Yeates, editor of www.french-property/news.com

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hen Napoleon III looked out from Trouville, across the river toward Deauville and decided it was the perfect spot on which to build a racecourse, it is doubtful that he then imagined that the town would become one of the smartest places to be seen outside of

the Cote d’Azur. Of course, it’s a fame that derives not only from horseracing, but also from the seemingly endless stream of festivals, Davos style conferences and other high-class sporting tournaments that take place in the town throughout most of the year. Not forgetting, of course, the quality shopping and fine restaurants that are there to be enjoyed.

Inevitably, there is a price to pay for such a cosmopolitan status and that is reflected in what you need to hand over for real estate. While the average price of property in France is around €2,500/m², in Deauville it is over double that figure, and you can double that number again if you are interested in one of the top drawer manor houses and villas in the town. If you want no more than a pied-à-terre, then can be attainable for under €150,000 (£117,000), but expect no more than 25m² for your money. Up to €300,000 (£235,000) and you might be able to obtain a small town house of around twice this size. Unlike the Cote d’Azur, however, the Deauville housing market is driven less by international buyers than by Parisians, with around 80 per cent of purchases made by inhabitants of the capital city. Of the 8,000 properties in the town,

If you are a regular at the races or the sales in Deauville, it might make sense to buy a house: you don’t have to be a sheikh to be able to afford a property

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The attractions of Deauville: the races, the beach, sailing, the easy access to Normandy countryside: no wonder 80% of the houses are owned by Parisians

Some of the rather charmless, modern developments in a number of these areas have suffered in the market over the past few years and now look good value for money, provided of course you have no important aesthetic considerations. For character and life, neighbouring Trouville offers a similar ambiance to Deauville, with an attractive, animated town centre near the seaside, where home owners can enjoy themselves without the bother of having to jump in the car. The town is frequently regarded as more authentic than its illustrious neighbour. Although you should not expect to find a

bargain here, in comparison with Deauville, it does have a larger stock of small houses over apartments. Many of them are attractive, if small, ex-fishermen’s cottages, which can be had from upwards of €150,000. Other attractive properties can average around €4,000/m² to €4,500m/². There’s not much in Trouville in need of major renovation, but if you are prepared to pick up a shovel they are the properties where price negotiation is a more realistic possibility. The further away from the town centre, the greater the discount you should be able to obtain. If you are prepared to go further afield,

and particularly if you are prepared to resist the lure of a seaside location, then Lower Normandy holds a treasure of wonderful properties and villages. The average price in the region for older houses is around €140,000 (£109,000), but with large variations between the three departments (Calvados, Manche and Orne) and the type and size of property. Some of the most beautiful properties in the region fetch an asking price well over €500,000 (£390,000) but for a budget of around €250,000 (£195,000) you can get a lot for your money. Not surprisingly, the department

Property is cheaper over the water at Trouville than in Deauville. You can, of course, get away from both towns and find a rural property

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french property of Calvados in the north is the most expensive area, with average prices in the range €153,000 (£119,000) to €177,000 (£138,000). Last year prices rose by four per cent, but have fallen back this year, according to the local notaires. Sharon Evans of estate agents Clé France, who specialise in Lower Normandy properties, states that though Calvados is more expensive, “the Vire sector of the department does still offer good value”. Further south into the Orne department

prices fall away quite considerably, averaging between €104,000 (£81,000) and €129,000 (£101,000). It is a department which offers good value, for while property prices in France over the past 10 years have risen by over 100 per cemt, in the Orne they have risen by half this amount. Evans says: “The rural nature of Orne (and for that matter the Manche) is very attractive for those seeking a more relaxed and laid back lifestyle, and the availability of properties with land is perfect for those looking to have some degree of self sufficiency.”

The Pays d’Auge, an area which stretches over the departments of Calvados and Orne, is a particularly bucolic part of the region, where every other village you encounter seems to bring up a name of one or another famous cheeses, such as Pont l’Eveque and Camembert. One of the attractions about buying away from the coast is that over 70 per cent of the sales are to those who currently live in the department, so not only is there less international competition, but also the areas are more stable and traditional.

Stud farms and training yards for sale in France

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The market in France, like everywhere in the Eurozone, has been suffering from a hiatus, exacerbated by buyers being uncertain about the change of government

The majority of training yards that are offered to the international market are in Chantilly/Lamorlaye and similarly most of the stud farms are in Normandy. The two centres of Chantilly and Deauville are magnets for the visiting foreigner, yet there are plenty of high-grade establishments elsewhere in France. The agency system in France discourages estate agents from marketing properties openly – the result is that “devant la Mairie” is often the meeting place for agents and their clients, the latter disappointed when they are taken to something patently unsuitable. Windsor Clive International last year sold Richard Gibson’s elegant 50-box yard on Mont de Po in Lamorlaye, Chantilly, straight across the lane from the famous gallops of Les Aigles. The purchasers were owners of horses trained by Mikel Delzangles, to whom Gibson had already passed on his horses. George Windsor Clive, who handled the sale, says that there was intense competition for the property. The price being quoted was €1.75m. One of the underbidders went on to buy another yard in Chantilly itself.

Currently for sale is Elie Lellouche’s impressive yard in Lamorlaye. This has 60 boxes in two barns and lots of accommodation and backs on to the forest with access to the gallops. With an immaculate house this is on the market at €3.5million, but it may be possible to buy the yard without the house. In Normandy, by contrast, a well-known training yard and stud farm is available with a charming farmhouse, four staff cottages and over 125 boxes, with over 80ha (200 acres) and superb gallops. This is a true combination of stud farm and training yard that actually works, with a proven track record. A figure of €3.45 million should buy this as a whole. There have been some prominent Arab buyers coming into the market, wishing to build up a high grade stud farm complex, but it remains to be proven whether there are a significant number of purchasers. The market in France, like everywhere in the Eurozone, has been suffering from a hiatus, exacerbated by buyers being uncertain about the change of government. Now the new government is in place, people can plan ahead. Prices have come down and places are still for sale. The opportunities are there. Windsor Clive says: “Many stud farms are not openly for sale, but a bona fide purchaser can be given a choice. We always work with a selected group of French agents to ensure local customs and systems are worked through in the best way.”


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lectrolytes are a critical component of a performance horse’s feeding programme because they play an important role in maintaining osmotic pressure, fluid balance, and nerve and muscle

activity. During exercise, sodium (Na+), potassium (K+), and chloride (Cl-) are lost in large quantities through sweating. Loss of these electrolytes causes fatigue and muscle weakness, and decreases the thirst response to dehydration. It is vitally important that performance horses begin competition with optimal levels of fluids and electrolytes in their bodies and that these important nutrients are replaced throughout prolonged exercise.

Sweat losses

It is important to have some idea of the magnitude of electrolyte loss a horse incurs during exercise before a feeding programme can be developed to replace these losses. Because most electrolyte losses in the horse occurs through sweating, one method of calculating electrolyte requirements can be based on different amounts of sweat loss. Table 1 contains the levels of Na+, Cl-, and K+ required per day by a horse at rest and after exercising hard enough to lose five, 10, 20, or 40 litres of sweat. The amount of sweat loss will depend on a number of factors such as duration and intensity of exercise, temperature and humidity. In general, horses exercising at low intensity will lose between five and 10 litres of sweat per hour.

During higher intensity exercise, sweat loss levels reach as high as 15 litres per hour

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Longer-term studies are needed to assess the effect of chronic furosemide administration on calcium loss and skeletal soundness in horses

Meeting electrolyte requirements

Unfortified hay and grain rations tend to be deficient in sodium and contain variable quantities of chloride. In contrast, most forage is high in potassium and when fed in adequate quantities will meet daily potassium requirements. Salt (NaCl), offered as a free-choice block or top-dressed onto grain, alongside adequate forage, will meet the electrolyte requirements of idle and lightly exercised horses. However, if forage intake is restricted (less than one per cent BW on a dry matter basis) and/or high sweat losses occur as a result of hot summer weather and moderate to heavy work, then additional potassium supplementation may also be necessary. Many commercial electrolytes contain sugar (dextrose), which is purported to improve electrolyte uptake in horses. Recent research at Kentucky Equine Research (KER) has demonstrated that this is not true. Thoroughbreds were dosed with 92 grams of electrolyte (72g NaCl, 20KCl) either alone, with 10g dextrose, or with 100g dextrose. The electrolyte mixes were dissolved in a litre of water and administered via nasogastric tube. A fourth treatment of a litre water with no added electrolytes served as a control. Plasma Na+ and osmolality were significantly elevated post-dosing in all three electrolyte treatments compared to the control, but dextrose did not affect the rate or duration of increase. All electrolyte treatments increased voluntary water intake, which is important in performance horses. A second trial using deuterium oxidelabeled water showed that the addition of dextrose did not affect the rate of water uptake from the digestive tract when compared to a straight electrolyte mix. An interesting alternative source of sodium (Na+) for performance horses is EquiShure®, an encapsulated sodium bicarbonate designed to prevent hindgut acidosis in horses.

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The vegetable oil-based encapsulation agent prevents the rapid breakdown of the sodium bicarbonate in the small intestine, allowing it to survive into the large intestine where it slowly dissolves over the course of 6-24 hours. Digestion trials conducted at KER have shown that the Na+ in EquiShure® is digested and absorbed as completely as Na+ from NaCl, but it is absorbed more slowly, resulting in greater sodium retention.

Furosemide use and electrolyte loss

About 90 per cent of thoroughbreds and up to 70 per cent of standardbred racehorses in the US are treated with furosemide (Lasix) before racing to prevent exercise-induced pulmonary haemorrhage (EIPH). Furosemide exerts a diuretic effect by reducing the reabsorption of Na+ in the kidney. The magnitude and duration of electrolyte loss following furosemide administration have not been previously measured in horses. KER recently conducted a study to measure the effect of furosemide on 72 hours urinary and faecal excretion of calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, sodium, potassium, chloride, and sulphur in non-exercised thoroughbred geldings. Total faecal and urinary excretion was measured for 72 hours before and 24 hours, 48 hours and 72 hours after a single dose (0.5mg/kg BW) of furosemide. Urinary Na+ excretion increased 24 hours post-furosemide administration, but returned to pre-treatment levels 48-72 hours post treatment. Urinary calcium, potassium, chloride and sulphur excretion increased post treatment and remained elevated for 72 hours post treatment. Calcium, potassium and chloride balances were negative 72 hours post treatment, even though the horses received adequate dietary mineral intakes. Urinary phosphorus and magnesium excretion was unaffected by treatment. Faecal excretion of

During higher intensity exercise, sweat loss levels reach as high as 15 litres per hour. At the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, horses lost an average of 18.4 kg of body weight during the speed and endurance phase of the three-day event, translating to a sweat loss of around 15 litres.

all minerals was unaffected by treatment. The study shows that furosemide administration has a profound and longlasting effect on the electrolyte balance in horses. Longer-term studies are needed to assess the effect of chronic furosemide administration on calcium loss and skeletal soundness in horses. Additional studies are also needed to develop electrolyte supplementation strategies to correct the electrolyte imbalances caused by furosemide administration in racehorses. In summary, electrolytes are essential nutrients for performance horses. Because horses lose large quantities of electrolytes in sweat, requirements increase with exercise intensity and sweat loss. Adequate intakes of good-quality forage and free-choice salt will meet the electrolyte requirements of idle or lightly exercised horses. Additional electrolyte supplementation, including potassium, may be necessary if forage intake is limited and sweat losses are moderate to heavy. Racehorses treated with furosemide require potassium supplementation, even if they are receiving adequate forage.

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he Group 2 TNT July Stakes may have been one of the slightly lesser stakes races on the Newmarket July meeting card, but its result was significant. The race winner Alhebayeb, a son of Dark Angel, is trained by Richard Hannon and is from the first batch of two-yearolds trained by him for Sheikh Hamdan Al Maktoum. The horse is the first stakes race winner for the new partnership. The son of Dark Angel cost regular Hannon buyers Peter and

Miss Indigo (Indian Ridge – Monaiya (Shareef Dancer)

Ross Doyle 170,000gns at the Tattersalls October Yearling Sale, much of that price generated by the successful start at stud Dark Angel made with his first crop of two-year-olds in 2011 when he ended up alongside Dutch Art as leading first-season sire. The Acclamation sire stands at Morristown Lattin Stud, while Alhebayeb’s dam Miss Indigo resides at the farm’s sister operation, Yeomanstown Stud. Miss Indigo is a fourrace starting, non-winning daughter of Indian Ridge and after costing Hugo Lascelles Bloodstock €90,000 at the Goffs

1999 yearling sale, her value dramatically reduced when she was reoffered at the end of her racing career, Matty Murtagh Bloodstock picking her up for 6,500gns at the Tattersalls 2002 February Sale. Miss Indigo’s lack of success on the racecourse has been put behind her since she commenced her second career as a broodmare – six of her seven foals to date are now winners, and include a Listed winner and now the Group 2 juvenile winner. When Alhebayeb went through

the ring last year, the mare was catalogued as having produced four winners from five runners, headlined by Humidor, her 2007 foal by Camacho. Humidor had managed to win five races, as well as finish third in the Sprint Stakes at Sandown (G3). Significantly, he is also the top-rated by Camacho, a son of Danehill. He was her fifth foal and was preceded in 2003 by Azerley (Desert Style), the only nonwinner, in 2004 by the one-time winner Mickleberry (Desert

Alhebayeb winning the TNT Stakes (G2) under Paul Hanagan

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Style), her 2005 foal Bluebell Ridge (Distant Music), the winner of three races, Keep Dancing in 2006, another daughter by Distant Music and another winner of one race. In 2009 Miss Indigo had another filly (she has had five fillies from eight foals) called Wiltshire Life (Camacho), who was a winner in the spring. The theme here is evident: Yeomanstown Stud has been using Miss Indigo for the farm’s stallions; an obvious policy decision for the farm to make. A daughter of Indian Ridge, she doesn’t have a bad pedigree herself, being out of the dual-winning Monaiya (Shareef Dancer) and a threequarters sister to the Cadeaux Genereux filly Musetta, who bagged a second in the Scottish Classic (G3) and thirds in the Ribblesdale Stakes (G2), the Musidora Stakes (G3) and the Spreti Rennen (G3). Miss Indigo’s third dam is Massorah, a champion threeyear-old sprinter in Italy and winner of the Premio Omenoni (G3). She is the dam of the admirable Vanderlin (Halling), a multiple Listed performer who stepped up to win a Grade 2 in Canada and finish runner-up in the Shadwell Turf Mile (G1).

o it made sense to in effect use Miss Indigo as almost a “PR mare” to promote the farm’s stallions – unfortunately from her point of view, until Dark Angel came along, her previous partners, while far from the worst sires in the stallion list, were not the best either: Desert Style easily being the most successful. Miss Indigo did well to get the winners that she has from her early foals and she was certainly due a step-up in quality of partner – and particularly after Humidor registered a black-type placing and Listed success in 2011. That was to come in the future as Alhebayeb was conceived in 2009, but the policy of using the farm’s own stallions has certainly paid off now, both sides of the mating reaping dividends. Dark Angel, having grabbed the headlines last year with his winning numbers, alongside producing Listed and Group race performers as well as the Listed winner Lily’s Angel, had not struck at Group race level. That early omission from his stallion’s CV was righted by Alhebayeb. On the dam’s side, Miss Indigo was able to fulfill her own role as a provider of marketing material for Morristown Lattin, once she

had met a stallion (other than Desert Style) from the farm with the required genetic ability to propagate top level stakes horses. Alhebayeb has entries in the various Tattersalls Millions races, the Doncaster Weatherbys Insurance £300,000 2-y-o Stakes race, the Redcar TwoYear-Old Trophy, and in the Gimcrack Stakes (G2). It seems likely he will go on to futher promote the equine union between Dark Angel and Miss Indigo, as well as that of Richard Hannon and Sheikh Hamdan. Miss Indigo, meanwhile

blissfully unaware of the influence that she is currently welding, slipped to Dark Angel in 2011, but has a February colt foal at foot by the stallion. Before Alhebayeb sold for his six-figure sum last autumn; the best price previously for one of Miss Indigo’s yearlings was the 20,000gns given for Humidor. If this year’s foal grows well and is corrent, and Alhebayeb continues his racecourse stakes race progress, even his 170,000gns sale price that he commanded could become a long-forgotten figure

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360 - Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud, G1, Saint-Cloud, June 24, 2400m 1 Meandre (FR) 4 gr c Slickly (FR) Penne (FR) (Sevres Rose (IRE)) 2 Shareta (IRE) 4 b f Sinndar (IRE) Shawara (IRE) (Barathea (IRE)) 3 Galikova (FR) 4 b f Galileo (IRE) - Born Gold (USA) (Blushing Groom (FR)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 14; Wins: 4; Places: 6 Earnings: £582,198 Sire: SLICKLY. Sire of 11 Stakes winners. In 2012 - MEANDRE Sevres Rose G1, REALITY Cozzene LR. 1st Dam: Penne by Sevres Rose. 2 wins at 3 in France, 2nd Prix de Thiberville LR, Prix Occitanie LR. Dam of 1 winner: 2008: MEANDRE (c Slickly) 4 wins at 3 and 4 in France, Juddmonte Grand Prix de Paris G1, Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud G1, Prix de l’Avre LR, 2nd Qatar Prix Niel G2, La Coupe G3. 2009: Ondoyante (f Slickly) unraced to date. 2010: (c Rock of Gibraltar) 2nd Dam: UNE PENSEE by Kenmare. 1 win in France. Dam of Penne (f Sevres Rose, see above). Grandam of GRIS TENDRE. Broodmare Sire: SEVRES ROSE. Sire of the dams of 1 Stakes winners. In 2012 MEANDRE Slickly G1.

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Conquistador Cielo Slipstream Queen Country Queen MEANDRE gr c 2008 Caerleon Sevres Rose Indian Rose PENNE b 2003 Kenmare Une Pensee Cleophis

361 - Abu Dhabi Prix de Malleret, G2, Saint-Cloud, June 24, 2400m 1 Yellow And Green (GB) 3 br f Monsun (GER) - Green Swallow (FR) (Green Tune (USA)) 2 Mandistana (FR) 3 gr f Azamour (IRE) Minatlya (FR) (Linamix (FR)) 3 Nobilis (GB) 3 b f Rock of Gibraltar (IRE) - Dolydille (IRE) (Dolphin Street (FR)) Age: 3; Starts: 4; Wins: 1; Places: 3 Earnings: £95,458 Sire: MONSUN. Sire of 93 Stakes winners. In 2012 - ATEMPO Tiger Hill G2, NOVELLIST Lagunas G2, YELLOW AND GREEN Green Tune G2, ENERGIZER Theatrical G3, ESTIMATE Darshaan G3, WALDLERCHE Mark of Esteem G3, AIZAVOSKI Alzao LR, KAILANI Zinaad LR, TERTULLUS Be My Guest LR. 1st Dam: GREEN SWALLOW by Green Tune. 2 wins at 2 in France, Prix du Calvados G3. Dam of 2 winners: 2006: (g Danehill Dancer). named Cha Cha (FR), unraced as of 15/07/10. 2007: HAYZOOM (g Anabaa) Winner at 3. 2008: (c Cape Cross) 2009: YELLOW AND GREEN (f Monsun) Sold 134,850gns yearling at ARAUG. 1 win at 3 in France, Abu Dhabi Prix de Malleret G2, 2nd Prix de Royaumont G3, 3rd Prix de la Seine LR. 2nd Dam: Green Sails by Slip Anchor. Dam of GREEN SWALLOW (f Green Tune, see above), GREEN GIRL (f Lord of Men: Prix La Camargo LR, 2nd La Prevoyante H G2) Broodmare Sire: GREEN TUNE. Sire of the dams of 13 Stakes winners. In 2012 - GREEN MOON Montjeu G2, YELLOW AND GREEN Monsun G2.

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362 - Premio Mario Incisa della Rocchetta, G3, Milan, June 24, 2000m

Danzig Danehill Razyana ORATORIO b 2002 Vaguely Noble Mahrah Montage FACIASCURA b f 2009 Sadler’s Wells Montjeu Floripedes SUNSEMPERCHI b 2002 Kris Sharp Terms By Charter

363 - Grosser Preis de VGH Versicherungen, G3, Hannover, June 24, 1600m

1 Faciascura (GB) 3 b f Oratorio (IRE) Sunsemperchi (GB) (Montjeu (IRE)) 2 Delicatezza (GB) 3 b f Danehill Dancer (IRE) - Wickwing (GB) (In The Wings) 3 Aquila d’Oriente (ITY) 3 b f Dubawi (IRE) - Fanofadiga (IRE) (Alzao (USA))

1 Empire Storm (GER) 5 b c Storming Home (GB) - Emy Coasting (USA) (El Gran Senor (USA)) 2 Amarillo (IRE) 3 b c Holy Roman Emperor (IRE) - Alte Kunst (IRE) (Royal Academy (USA)) 3 Nafar (GER) 4 b c Singspiel (IRE) Nouvelle Princesse (GER) (Bluebird (USA))

Age: 2-3; Starts: 10; Wins: 4; Places: 5 Earnings: £64,265

Age: 2-5; Starts: 18; Wins: 3; Places: 13 Earnings: £168,868

Sire: ORATORIO. Sire of 23 Stakes winners. In 2012 - CHERRY COLLECT Hernando G2, OTTIMO Octagonal G2, ESENTEPE Octagonal G3, FACIASCURA Montjeu G3, MOONWALK IN PARIS Singspiel G3, MISS SOLIS Lujain LR, SILENT KILLER Machiavellian LR, TAKAR Green Dancer LR, WEDDING FAIR Theatrical LR. 1st Dam: Sunsemperchi by Montjeu. 2 wins at 3 and 4 in Italy, 2nd Premio Mario Incisa della Rocchetta G3. Dam of 2 winners: 2008: FASTIDIGRASS (c Shirocco) 3 wins at 4 in Italy. 2009: FACIASCURA (f Oratorio) 4 wins at 2 and 3 in Italy, Premio Mario Incisa della Rocchetta G3. 2011: Finidaprest (f Dylan Thomas) 2nd Dam: Sharp Terms by Kris. unraced. Dam of BEST TERMS (f Exceed And Excel: Jaguar Cars Lowther S G2, Queen Mary S G2), Sunsemperchi (f Montjeu, see above) Broodmare Sire: MONTJEU. Sire of the dams of 9 Stakes winners. In 2012 FACIASCURA Oratorio G3, MALANDRINO Darci Brahma G3, LORD BADGER Badger’s Drift LR, PRAECIDO One Cool Cat LR.

Sire: STORMING HOME. Sire of 7 Stakes winners. In 2012 - EMPIRE STORM El Gran Senor G3. 1st Dam: EMY COASTING by El Gran Senor. 2 wins at 4 in Germany. Dam of 9 winners: 1998: EARTHLY PARADISE (f Dashing Blade) Winner at 3 in Germany. Dam of EARL OF TINSDAL (c Black Sam Bellamy: 5 wins at 2 to 4 in Germany, Italy, Gran Premio di Milano Snai G1, Rheinland-Pokal G1, 2nd Idee Deutsches Derby G1, 3rd Preis von Europa G1), EARLSALSA (c Kingsalsa: 8 wins at 4 to 6 in France, Germany, G. P. der Nurnberger Versicherungsgruppe LR, 2nd Oleander-Rennen G3) 1999: EAGLE WINGS (g Big Shuffle) 4 wins. 2000: Easy Way (c Dashing Blade). Winner at 2 in Germany, 2nd Maurice Lacroix-Trophy G2. 2001: EXIT TO LUCK (g Exit To Nowhere) 7 wins. 2002: Early Wings (g Winged Love) Winner at 3 in Germany, 2nd Junioren Preis LR, 3rd Oppenheim Pramerica Winterfavoriten G3, 2nd Markgraf Berthold Hurdle LR. 2005: EASY WONDER (f Royal Dragon) Winner at 2. 2006: EL ABREGO (g Samum) 4 wins at 4 and 5 in France, Germany. 2007: EMPIRE STORM (c Storming Home) Sold 3,151gns yearling at BBAGO. 3 wins at 3 and 5 in Germany, Grosser Preis de VGH Versicherungen G3, 2nd BelmondoPreis G3, G.P. der Landeshauptstadt Dusseldorf G3, Preis der Sparkassen


international database Finanzgruppe G3, Premio d’Estate LR, Pramms Memorial LR, 3rd FruhjahrsMeile Preis Besitzervereingung G3, IKC Racing Pramms Memorial G3, Premio Giubileo LR. 2008: EVER STRONG (c Lomitas) 3 wins at 3 in Germany. 2010: Empire Hurricane (c Hurricane Run) unraced to date. 2nd Dam: COAST PATROL by Cornish Prince. 11 wins at 3 and 4 in USA Majorette S, Myrtlewood H, Honeymoon S. Dam of DYNATROL (f Dynaformer: Kachina H). Grandam of PATRIOT, Diavla, Dyanamore, West Coast Time, Barnett. Third dam of Dialma. Broodmare Sire: EL GRAN SENOR. Sire of the dams of 62 Stakes winners. In 2012 - EMPIRE STORM Storming Home G3, LAKE DROP Lemon Drop Kid G3.

Mr Prospector Machiavellian Coup de Folie STORMING HOME b 98 Shareef Dancer Try To Catch Me It’s In The Air EMPIRE STORM b c 2007 Northern Dancer El Gran Senor Sex Appeal EMY COASTING b 93 Cornish Prince Coast Patrol Empress of Canada

2006: Garden Fresh (f Dynaformer) unraced. 2007: GOVINDA (c Pulpit) Sold 49,019gns yearling at BBAGS, 16,420gns 4yo at ARARC. 3 wins at 2 to 4 in Germany, G. P. der Jungheinrich Gabelstapler G3 (twice), 2nd Ilse und Heinz Ramm-Erinnerungsrennen LR, Rungis Express Sprint Cup LR, Lanwades Stud Jagersro Sprint LR. 2008: Mr Fupeg (c Fusaichi Pegasus) ran on the flat in USA. 2009: Kit Kat Kid (c Kitalpha) in training. 2nd Dam: Marcotte by Nebos. 5 wins at 2 and 3 in Belgium, 2nd Prix de l’Immobiliere Chasse des Princes LR, Prix Les Guinees LR, 4th Grand Criterium National d’Ostende G2. Own sister to Molto Allegra. Dam of Garden In The Rain (f Dolphin Street, see above), Embraceable You (c Ti King: 2nd Carleton F Burke H G2), Jersey Bounce (c Septieme Ciel: 2nd Prix Le Vase d’Argent LR, Abu Dhabi Championship LR). Grandam of HOWARD LE CANARD, I Should Care, Tuiga. Broodmare Sire: DOLPHIN STREET. Sire of the dams of 9 Stakes winners. In 2012 - GOVINDA Pulpit G3.

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364 - Preis der Jungheinrich Gabelstapler, G3, Hamburg, June 29, 1200m 1 Govinda (USA) 5 b c Pulpit (USA) Garden In The Rain (FR) (Dolphin Street (FR)) 2 Tertio Bloom (SWE) 7 b c Tertullian (USA) - Yankee Bloom (USA) (El Gran Senor (USA)) 3 Ferro Sensation (GER) 6 b c Paolini (GER) - Fit To Ski (GB) (Niniski (USA)) Age: 2-5; Starts: 16; Wins: 3; Places: 8 Earnings: £67,582 Sire: PULPIT. Sire of 51 Stakes winners. In 2012 - EL PADRINO Giant’s Causeway G2, GOVINDA Dolphin Street G3, HEAVENLY LANDING Woodman G3, PACHATTACK Red Ransom G3, RUTHENIA Rahy G3, SACRISTY Belong To Me G3, GANTRY Go For Gin LR. 1st Dam: Garden In The Rain by Dolphin Street. 8 wins at 3 to 6 in France, USA, 2nd San Gorgonio H G2, Santa Ana H G2, Buena Vista H G2. Dam of 2 winners: 2005: WARMSIDE (g War Chant) 2 wins at 3 and 5 in France.

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365 - John Sunley Memorial Criterion Stakes, G3, Newmarket, June 30, 7f 1 Libranno (GB) 4 b c Librettist (USA) Annabelle Ja (FR) (Singspiel (IRE)) 2 Edinburgh Knight (IRE) 5 b g Selkirk (USA) - Pippas Song (GB) (Reference Point) 3 Majestic Myles (IRE) 4 b g Majestic Missile (IRE) - Gala Style (IRE) (Elnadim (USA)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 20; Wins: 7; Places: 6 Earnings: £272,354 Sire: LIBRETTIST. Sire of 1 Stakes winners. In 2012 - LIBRANNO Singspiel G3. 1st Dam: ANNABELLE JA by Singspiel. Winner at 2. Dam of 1 winner: 2008: LIBRANNO (c Librettist)

Sold 26,000gns yearling at TAOC3. 7 wins at 2 to 4, TNT July S G2, Tanqueray Richmond S G2, John Sunley Memorial Criterion S G3 (twice), Supreme S G3, Bathwick Tyres Cathedral S LR, 2nd Breeze up Vendors Craven S G3, 3rd Qipco British Champions Sprint S G2, sportingbet.com Leisure S LR. 2009: Bella Vento (f Shirocco) unraced to date. 2010: (c Tiger Hill) 2011: (c Pastoral Pursuits) 2012: (c Librettist)

winners: 2007: MAAREK (g Pivotal) Sold 130,000gns yearling at TAOC1, 2,380gns 3yo at DNLNC, 77,996gns 4yo at GOHIT. 6 wins at 4 and 5, Betfred Mobile Lotto Chipchase S G3. 2008: Lady Woodcote (f Pivotal) unraced. 2009: MISSISSIPPI (g Exceed And Excel) Winner at 3. 2010: Red Baton (f Exceed And Excel) unraced to date. 2011: (f Cape Cross)

2nd Dam: ALAMEA by Ela-Mana-Mou. 2 wins at 2 and 3 in West Germany. Dam of ALYSHAKEYS (f Sendawar: Polar Cup G3), Sendalam (g Sendawar: 3rd Darley Grand H. de Deauville LR, Prix Luthier LR). Grandam of Aurea.

2nd Dam: Geht Schnell by Fairy King. Dam of RUBY ROCKET (f Indian Rocket, see above), INZAR’S BEST (c Inzar: Kronimus Rennen LR, 2nd Prix Eclipse G3), ALEXANDER ALLIANCE (f Danetime: Flame of Tara EBF S LR), Cool Panic (g Brave Act: 2nd williamhillpoker.com Merrion S LR), Spiderback (g Redback: 3rd Winning Fair Juvenile Hurdle G2)

Broodmare Sire: SINGSPIEL. Sire of the dams of 16 Stakes winners. In 2012 - CASPAR NETSCHER Dutch Art G2, LIBRANNO Librettist G3, MOONWALK IN PARIS Oratorio G3, VAGABOND SHOES Beat Hollow G3, EPAULETTE Commands LR.

Northern Dancer Danzig Pas de Nom LIBRETTIST b 2002 Alleged Mysterial Mysteries LIBRANNO b c 2008 In The Wings Singspiel Glorious Song ANNABELLE JA b/br 2003 Ela-Mana-Mou Alamea Adjala

366 - Betfred Mobile Lotto Chipchase Stakes, G3, Newcastle, June 30, 6f 1 Maarek (GB) 5 b g Pivotal (GB) - Ruby Rocket (IRE) (Indian Rocket (GB)) 2 Boastful (IRE) 4 gr f Clodovil (IRE) Vanity (IRE) (Thatching) 3 Regal Parade (GB) 8 ch g Pivotal (GB) Model Queen (USA) (Kingmambo (USA)) Age: 3-5; Starts: 20; Wins: 6; Places: 6 Earnings: £116,950 Sire: PIVOTAL. Sire of 96 Stakes winners. In 2012 - IZZI TOP Zafonic G1, AFRICAN STORY Gone West G2, AMANEE Woodman G2, MAAREK Indian Rocket G3, SAINT BAUDOLINO Sunday Silence G3, ENTANGLE Primo Dominie LR, FAREER Danehill LR. 1st Dam: RUBY ROCKET by Indian Rocket. 5 wins at 2 to 4, Sodexho Prestige Firth of Clyde S LR, EBF Christo Philipson Boadicea S LR, 2nd Cuisine de France Summer S G3. Dam of 2

Broodmare Sire: INDIAN ROCKET. Sire of the dams of 2 Stakes winners. In 2012 - MAAREK Pivotal G3.

Nureyev Polar Falcon Marie d’Argonne PIVOTAL ch 93 Cozzene Fearless Revival Stufida MAAREK b g 2007 Indian Ridge Indian Rocket Selvi RUBY ROCKET b 2001 Fairy King Geht Schnell Anita’s Princess

367 - Prix de la Porte Maillot, G3, Longchamp, June 30, 1400m 1 Mashoora (IRE) 3 ch f Barathea (IRE) Lovely Blossom (FR) (Spinning World (USA)) 2 Shamalgan (FR) 5 b c Footstepsinthesand (GB) - Genevale (FR) (Unfuwain (USA)) 3 Kendam (FR) 3 b f Kendargent (FR) Damdam Freeze (FR) (Indian Rocket (GB)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 7; Wins: 3; Places: 3 Earnings: £128,430 Sire: BARATHEA. Sire of 86 Stakes winners. In 2012 - MASHOORA Spinning World G3, DON BOSCO Monsun LR. 1st Dam: Lovely Blossom by Spinning World. Dam of 3 winners: 2004: SILK BLOSSOM (f Barathea). 3 wins at 2, Lowther S G2. Broodmare. 2005: Jaybenali (g Hawk Wing) ran once and in a N.H. Flat Race and

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international database over hurdles. 2006: Gold Blossom (f Danehill Dancer) 2007: Sugar Blossom (f Marju) 2008: Silver Blossom (f Galileo) 2009: MASHOORA (f Barathea) Sold 280,000gns yearling at TAOC1. 3 wins at 2 and 3 in France, Prix de la Porte Maillot G3, Prix Imprudence G3, 2nd Prix de Sandringham G2, Prix des Reservoirs-Haras d’Etreham G3, Prix du Calvados - Haras des Capucines G3. 2010: COMPLIMENTOR (c Acclamation) Winner at 2 in France. 2011: (f Yeats) 2nd Dam: LOMOND BLOSSOM by Lomond. 2 wins at 2 Hennessy X. O. Killavullen S G3, 4th Blandford S G2. Dam of Debbie’s Warning (c Warning: 3rd City Index Craven S G3), Mr Romeo (c Barathea: 2nd Premio Nuovi Salti Novices Steeplechase LR). Grandam of MR GIGI, Guelfo Nero, GUELFO BIANCO. Broodmare Sire: SPINNING WORLD. Sire of the dams of 21 Stakes winners. In 2012 - SO PRISTINE Zabeel G2, MASHOORA Barathea G3, A SHIN DUCK MAN Sakura Bakushin O LR, PANIPIQUE Testa Rossa LR, SEE THE WORLD Danzero LR. The Barathea/Spinning World cross has produced: MASHOORA G2, SILK BLOSSOM G2.

Northern Dancer Sadler’s Wells Fairy Bridge BARATHEA b 90 Habitat Brocade Canton Silk MASHOORA ch f 2009 Nureyev Spinning World Imperfect Circle LOVELY BLOSSOM ch 99 Lomond Lomond Blossom December Blossom

368 - Prix Daphnis, G3, Longchamp, June 30, 1800m 1 So Beautiful (FR) 3 ch c Zamindar (USA) - Silver Tulip (USA) (Silver Hawk (USA)) 2 Mainsail (GB) 3 b c Oasis Dream (GB) Docklands (USA) (Theatrical) 3 Abtaal (USA) 3 b c Rock Hard Ten (USA) - Appealing Storm (USA) (Valid Appeal (USA)) Age: 3; Starts: 5; Wins: 3; Places: 2 Earnings: £66,167 Sire: ZAMINDAR. Sire of 20 Stakes winners. In 2012 - SO BEAUTIFUL Silver Hawk G3.

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1st Dam: Silver Tulip by Silver Hawk. Own sister to DEVIL RIVER PEEK. Dam of 3 winners: 2004: Lionne du Mesnil (f Bering) unraced. 2005: RED TULIP (f Bering) 3 wins at 3 and 4 in France. 2006: Green Tulip (f Highest Honor) unraced. 2007: Silveriano (c King’s Best) ran on the flat in France. 2008: SILVERATOR (c Motivator) 2 wins at 2 and 4 in Slovakia. 2009: SO BEAUTIFUL (c Zamindar) Sold 8,428gns yearling at AROCT. 3 wins at 3 in France, Prix Daphnis G3. 2010: (c Kentucky Dynamite) 2nd Dam: BLACK TULIP by Fabulous Dancer. 7 wins at 3 and 4 in France Prix Le Vase d’Argent LR, Prix Panacee LR, 2nd La Prevoyante Invitational H G2, W L McKnight H G2. Dam of DEVIL RIVER PEEK (c Silver Hawk: Premio Vittorio di Capua G1), TULIPA (f Alleged: Ribblesdale S G2, Prix de Royallieu G2). Grandam of NIMOHE. Broodmare Sire: SILVER HAWK. Sire of the dams of 66 Stakes winners. In 2012 - SO BEAUTIFUL Zamindar G3, WINTER MEMORIES El Prado G3, FACOLTOSO Refuse To Bend LR, GREAT HEAVENS Galileo LR, STARS TO SHINE Tale of The Cat LR.

Mr Prospector Gone West Secrettame ZAMINDAR b 94 The Minstrel Zaizafon Mofida SO BEAUTIFUL ch c 2009 Roberto Silver Hawk Gris Vitesse SILVER TULIP b/br 99 Fabulous Dancer Black Tulip Saimore

369 - F. G. von GaertnerGedachtnisrennen, G3, Hannover, June 30, 1600m 1 Cherry Danon (IRE) 3 br f Rock of Gibraltar (IRE) - Sherifa (GER) (Monsun (GER)) 2 Survey (GER) 3 b f Big Shuffle (USA) Shadow Queen (GER) (Lando (GER)) 3 Lady Jacamira (GER) 3 b f Lord of England (GER) - Latley (GER) (Sillery (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 5; Wins: 1; Places: 4 Earnings: £31,017 Sire: ROCK OF GIBRALTAR. Sire of 78 Stakes winners. In 2012 - EUROPA POINT Woodman G1, SAMITAR Rainbow Quest G1, ATYEB Mr Prospector G3, CHERRY DANON Monsun G3, BALTIC ROCK Sadler’s Wells LR, PAMPELONNE Rory’s Jester LR,

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RUSSIAN ROCK Brief Truce LR, STARLISH Anshan LR. 1st Dam: Sherifa by Monsun. unraced. Own sister to SOMMERNACHT. Dam of 2 winners: 2008: ORANGE KETCHUP (c Tiger Hill) 2 wins at 3 in Poland. 2009: CHERRY DANON (f Rock of Gibraltar) Sold 19,417gns foal at GONO1. 1 win at 3 in Germany, F. G. von Gaertner-Gedachtnisrennen G3, 2nd Freunde/Forderer German 1000 Guineas G2, Henkel Stutenpreis LR. 2010: (g Duke of Marmalade) 2011: (f Duke of Marmalade) 2nd Dam: SHONA by Windwurf. 3 wins in West Germany Rudolf OetkerRennen LR. Dam of SOMMERNACHT (f Monsun: Dusseldorfer Stutenpreis der Merck Finck LR, 2nd Premio Primi Passi G3), Serafino (c Alzao: 2nd P. der Volksbank- Krefelder Sprint Cup LR). Grandam of SANAGAS, SOMMERABEND, SOMMERTAG, SKYTHE, SINNERMAN, SERVENYA, Slawomira, Perseida, Stoikov, Sommerflora, Salomea. Third dam of SORRENT. Broodmare Sire: MONSUN. Sire of the dams of 19 Stakes winners. In 2012 COLOUR VISION Rainbow Quest G1, PASTORIUS Soldier Hollow G1, CHERRY DANON Rock of Gibraltar G3, ALCINA Tiger Hill LR, DON BOSCO Barathea LR, SECESSIO Konigstiger LR. The Rock of Gibraltar/Monsun cross has produced: TRES ROCK DANON G1, CHERRY DANON G2.

Danzig Danehill Razyana ROCK OF GIBRALTAR b 99 Be My Guest Offshore Boom Push A Button CHERRY DANON br f 2009 Konigsstuhl Monsun Mosella SHERIFA b 2003 Windwurf Shona Shantou

370 - Woodies D.I.Y. Sapphire Stakes, G3, Curragh, June 30, 5f 1 Definightly (GB) 6 b/br g Diktat (GB) - Perfect Night (GB) (Danzig Connection (USA)) 2 Judge ‘n Jury (GB) 8 ch g Pivotal (GB) Cyclone Connie (GB) (Dr Devious (IRE)) 3 Katla (IRE) 4 b f Majestic Missile (IRE) Bratislava (GB) (Dr Fong (USA)) Age: 2-6; Starts: 25; Wins: 6; Places: 8 Earnings: £140,773 Sire: DIKTAT. Sire of 23 Stakes winners. In 2012 - FIRST CITY Carson City G2,

DEFINIGHTLY Danzig Connection G3. 1st Dam: PERFECT NIGHT by Danzig Connection. 2 wins at 3. Dam of 1 winner: 2005: Midnight Fling (f Groom Dancer). Broodmare. 2006: DEFINIGHTLY (g Diktat) 6 wins at 2 and 4 at home, France, Woodies D.I.Y. Sapphire S G3, Prix de Seine-et-Oise G3, RUK Starlit S LR, 2nd Pearl Bloodstock Palace House S G3, www.thetote.com Renaissance S G3, Prix de Meautry- Lucien Barriere G3, Jersey Racing Club Waterford Testimonial LR, 3rd Prix de Seine-etOise G3, Bathwick Tyres Cathedral S LR. 2007: Nightunderthestars (f Observatory) unraced. 2009: Consenting (f Refuse To Bend) in training. 2010: Seymour Place (f Compton Place) unraced to date. 2011: Why Not Now (f Notnowcato) 2012: (f Nayef ) Broodmare Sire: DANZIG CONNECTION. Sire of the dams of 25 Stakes winners. In 2012 - DEFINIGHTLY Diktat G3, COLOR ME BLUE Flatter LR.

Known Fact Warning Slightly Dangerous DIKTAT br 95 Sadler’s Wells Arvola Park Appeal DEFINIGHTLY b/br g 2006 Danzig Danzig Connection Gdynia PERFECT NIGHT b 2000 Cadeaux Genereux Blissful Night Night Encounter

371 - Dubai Duty Free Railway Stakes, G2, Curragh, June 30, 6f 1 Probably (IRE) 2 b c Danehill Dancer (IRE) - Wedding Morn (IRE) (Sadler’s Wells (USA)) 2 Cristoforo Colombo (USA) 2 b c Henrythenavigator (USA) - La Traviata (USA) (Johannesburg (USA)) 3 Tiger Stripes (GB) 2 b c Tiger Hill (IRE) Tarkamara (IRE) (Medicean (GB)) Age: 2; Starts: 2; Wins: 1; Places: 1 Earnings: £8,209 Sire: DANEHILL DANCER. Sire of 141 Stakes winners. In 2012 - ATOMIC FORCE Luskin Star G1, PROBABLY Sadler’s Wells G2, STEPS IN TIME O’Reilly G2, CHRYSANTHEMUM Sadler’s Wells G3, FANTASTIC BLUE Kenmare G3, SHIMMERING SURF Bering G3, WINDSOR PALACE Mr Prospector G3, DAME CLAIRE Kaldoun LR, DUNTLE Lord At War LR, SET TO


international database MUSIC Doyoun LR. 1st Dam: Wedding Morn by Sadler’s Wells. ran at 2 and 3. Dam of 2 winners: 2006: Suakin Dancer (f Danehill Dancer) ran. 2007: High Holborn (g Danehill Dancer) ran and ran twice over hurdles. 2008: (f Danehill Dancer) 2009: CANARY WHARF (c Danehill Dancer) Winner at 3. 2010: PROBABLY (c Danehill Dancer) Sold 160,000gns foal at TADEF. 1 win at 2, Dubai Duty Free Railway S G2. 2011: (c Danehill Dancer) 2nd Dam: WEDDING BOUQUET by Kings Lake. 6 wins at 2 to 4 at home, USA C L Weld EBF Park S G3, Monrovia H G3, 2nd Guinness Peat Aviation National S G1, 3rd Heinz 57 Phoenix S G1. Dam of Ventura (f Spectrum: 3rd Carlsberg Ruby S LR), IRISH LEGEND (g Sadler’s Wells: totesport.com Racing Silver H. Hurdle LR). Grandam of MOONLIGHT CLOUD, CEDAR MOUNTAIN, BRUGES. Third dam of TALWAR, HAWAAFEZ. Broodmare Sire: SADLER’S WELLS. Sire of the dams of 282 Stakes winners. In 2012 - AESOP’S FABLES Distorted Humor G1, MASTER OF HOUNDS Kingmambo G1, MAWINGO Tertullian G1, PEAR TART Dehere G1, AIKEN Selkirk G2, MY GI GI E Dubai G2, PROBABLY Danehill Dancer G2, THOMAS CHIPPENDALE Dansili G2, VISCOUNT NELSON Giant’s Causeway G2, CHRYSANTHEMUM Danehill Dancer G3, FOX HUNT Dubawi G3, THE FUGUE Dansili G3, BACKBENCH BLUES Big Bad Bob LR, BALTIC ROCK Rock of Gibraltar LR, CASTLETHORPE Not A Single Doubt LR, DARK ORCHID Dansili LR, ELECTROLYSER Daylami LR, STIPULATE Dansili LR, TANNERY Dylan Thomas LR, CAPTAIN CONAN Kingsalsa LR, KHELEYF LOVER Kheleyf LR. The Danehill Dancer/Sadler’s Wells cross has produced: CHRYSANTHEMUM G1, WILD WIND G1, PROBABLY G2, SALUT D’AMOUR G2, DANEHILL MUSIC G3, DANEHILL’S PEARL LR, UNACCOMPANIED LR, Berry Blaze G1, Kissable G1, Queen Mira G2, Sapphire Pendant G3, True Verdict G3, Fiumicino LR, Foolish Ambition LR, Kingdom of Munster LR, Purple Sage LR.

372 - Dubai Duty Free Irish Derby, G1, Curragh, June 30, 12f

373 - Sparda Deutsches Derby, G1, Hamburg, July 1, 2400m

1 Camelot (GB) 3 b c Montjeu (IRE) Tarfah (USA) (Kingmambo (USA)) 2 Born To Sea (IRE) 3 b c Invincible Spirit (IRE) - Urban Sea (USA) (Miswaki (USA)) 3 Light Heavy (IRE) 3 ch c Teofilo (IRE) Siamsa (USA) (Quest For Fame)

1 Pastorius (GER) 3 b c Soldier Hollow (GB) - Princess Li (GER) (Monsun (GER)) 2 Novellist (IRE) 3 b c Monsun (GER) Night Lagoon (GER) (Lagunas) 3 Girolamo (GER) 3 b c Dai Jin (GB) Golden Time (GER) (Surumu (GER))

Age: 2-3; Starts: 4; Wins: 4; Places: 0 Earnings: £1,106,600

Age: 2-3; Starts: 7; Wins: 3; Places: 3 Earnings: £289,310

Sire: MONTJEU. Sire of 110 Stakes winners. In 2012 - CAMELOT Kingmambo G1, ST NICHOLAS ABBEY Sure Blade G1, GORONGOSA Ezzoud G2, GREEN MOON Green Tune G2, FAME AND GLORY Shirley Heights LR, MAREA ALTA Grosvenor LR, HURRICANE FLY Kenmare LR, SHARPMON Sharpen Up LR. 1st Dam: TARFAH by Kingmambo. 5 wins at 3 and 4, Vcbet Dahlia S G3. Dam of 2 winners: 2008: IDEAL (f Galileo) Winner at 3. 2009: CAMELOT (c Montjeu) Sold 525,000gns yearling at TAOC1. Champion 2yr old colt in England & Ireland in 2011. 4 wins at 2 and 3, Investec Derby S G1, Dubai Duty Free Irish Derby G1, Racing Post Trophy G1, Qipco 2000 Guineas G1. 2010: (f Cape Cross) 2011: (c Pivotal) 2nd Dam: FICKLE by Danehill. 2 wins at 3 Chisholm Bookmakers Virginia Rated S LR. Dam of TARFAH (f Kingmambo, see above) Broodmare Sire: KINGMAMBO. Sire of the dams of 56 Stakes winners. In 2012 - CAMELOT Montjeu G1, MIDSUMMER FAIR Tanino Gimlet G2, DANCING SOLO Giant’s Causeway G3, MALOSSOL Rahy G3, GAMILATI Bernardini LR, PENNY’S PICNIC Kheleyf LR, PERFUMADA Water Poet LR, TULLIUS Le Vie Dei Colori LR. The Montjeu/Kingmambo cross has produced: CAMELOT G1, MOUNT HELICON LR, Uimhir A Haon G3.

Sire: SOLDIER HOLLOW. Sire of 3 Stakes winners. In 2012 - PASTORIUS Monsun G1, DESSAU Big Shuffle LR, SWORN SOLD Arctic Tern LR. 1st Dam: PRINCESS LI by Monsun. 3 wins at 3 and 4 in Germany, Italy. Dam of 3 winners: 2006: PRINCESS LALA (f Royal Dragon) Winner at 4 in Germany. 2008: Point Blank (c Royal Dragon) 2 wins at 2 and 3 in Germany, 2nd Premio del Piazzale G3, 3rd Bayerische Hausbau-Werte Europa Meile G2. 2009: PASTORIUS (c Soldier Hollow) 3 wins at 2 and 3 in Germany, Sparda Deutsches Derby G1, German Racing Herzog von Ratibor Rennen G3, 2nd Winterfavorit-Trial LR. 2011: (f Sholokhov) Broodmare Sire: MONSUN. Sire of the dams of 19 Stakes winners. In 2012 COLOUR VISION Rainbow Quest G1, PASTORIUS Soldier Hollow G1, CHERRY DANON Rock of Gibraltar G3, ALCINA Tiger Hill LR, DON BOSCO Barathea LR, SECESSIO Konigstiger LR.

Sadler’s Wells In The Wings High Hawk SOLDIER HOLLOW b 2000 Common Grounds Island Race Lake Isle PASTORIUS b c 2009 Konigsstuhl Monsun Mosella PRINCESS LI b 2000 Suave Dancer Princess Dancer Princess Nana

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Northern Dancer Sadler’s Wells Fairy Bridge MONTJEU b 96 Top Ville Floripedes Toute Cy CAMELOT b c 2009 Mr Prospector Kingmambo Miesque TARFAH b 2001 Danehill Fickle Fade

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Earnings: £8,338 Sire: BAHAMIAN BOUNTY. Sire of 20 Stakes winners. In 2012 SENDMYLOVETOROSE Gulch G3, CAY VERDE Piccolo LR. 1st Dam: WINDY GULCH by Gulch. 4 wins at 4. Dam of 6 winners: 2001: WINDYX (g Linamix) 2 wins at 3 in France. 2002: WINDYA (f Linamix) 3 wins at 3 in France, Grand Prix Inter Regional des 3 Ans LR. Broodmare. 2003: WINDIX (g Linamix) 3 wins over hurdles. 2004: SAMBANA WIND (f Peintre Celebre) 2 wins at 3 and 4 in Spain. 2005: RUDEBOX (c Choisir) 3 wins at 2 and 6 in Italy. 2006: Sochier (f Choisir) unraced. 2007: Miss Cambridge (f Dubawi) unraced. Broodmare. 2008: Loveinasanddune (g Oasis Dream) ran once. 2010: SENDMYLOVETOROSE (f Bahamian Bounty) Sold 4,761gns yearling at DNPRM. 1 win at 2, Grangecon Stud S G3. 2nd Dam: Wyndalia by Seattle Slew. Third dam of Didimo. Broodmare Sire: GULCH. Sire of the dams of 50 Stakes winners. In 2012 SENDMYLOVETOROSE Bahamian Bounty G3, BEWITCH US Daiwa Major LR, CUMULONIMBLE Stormy Atlantic LR, FLAG OFFICER Excites LR.

Young Generation Cadeaux Genereux Smarten Up BAHAMIAN BOUNTY ch 94 Ballad Rock Clarentia Laharden SENDMYLOVETOROSE b f 2010 Mr Prospector Gulch Jameela WINDY GULCH b 95 Seattle Slew Wyndalia Northernette

375 - Friarstown Stud International Stakes, G3, Curragh, July 1, 10f 1 Famous Name (GB) 7 b c Dansili (GB) - Fame At Last (USA) (Quest For Fame) 2 Defining Year (IRE) 4 b g Hawk Wing (USA) - Tajaathub (USA) (Aljabr (USA)) 3 Native Khan (FR) 4 gr c Azamour (IRE) - Viva Maria (FR) (Kendor (FR)) Age: 2-7; Starts: 33; Wins: 16; Places: 14 Earnings: £1,096,537 Sire: DANSILI. Sire of 68 Stakes winners. In 2012 - FALLEN FOR YOU Brief Truce G1, BATED BREATH Distant

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international database View G2, GIOFRA Orpen G2, PERMIT Swain G2, THOMAS CHIPPENDALE Sadler’s Wells G2, EMULOUS Distant View G3, FAMOUS NAME Quest For Fame G3, FIRE LILY Pivotal G3, THE FUGUE Sadler’s Wells G3, DARK ORCHID Sadler’s Wells LR, DORMELLO Selkirk LR, SOFT SAND Rahy LR, STIPULATE Sadler’s Wells LR. 1st Dam: FAME AT LAST by Quest For Fame. Winner at 2. Dam of 6 winners: 2002: ANCHOR DATE (c Zafonic) Winner at 3. 2003: FINAL ESTEEM (g Lomitas) Winner at 3. 2004: EVERLASTING FAME (c Zamindar) Winner at 3 in France. 2005: FAMOUS NAME (c Dansili) 16 wins at 2 to 7, 2012, Jockey Club of Turkey Meld S G3 (twice), Desmond S G3, Leopardstown 2000 Guineas Trial S G3, Keeneland International S G3 (3 times), www.totegoracingclub.com Amethyst S G3 (3 times), Jockey Club of Turkey Trigo S LR (twice), Woodies DIY Celebration S LR, Heritage S LR (3 times), 2nd Tattersalls Gold Cup G1 (twice), Prix du Jockey Club G1, Prix du Moulin de Longchamp G1, Grosser Dallmayr Bayerisches Zuchtrennen G1, Killavullan S G3, High Chaparral EBF Mooresbridge S G3, At The Races Kilternan S G3, 3rd Tattersalls Gold Cup G1, Red Mills Irish Champion S G1, Bet365 Mile G2, Qatar Prix Dollar G2, Qatar Prix Daniel Wildenstein G2. 2007: PHOTO OPPORTUNITY (g Zamindar) Winner at 3. 2008: ZAMINAST (f Zamindar) 2 wins at 2 and 3, Trigo S LR, 2nd D. C. Lavarack & Lanwades Stud S G3. 2010: Big Break (f Dansili) unraced to date. 2011: (c Champs Elysees) Broodmare Sire: QUEST FOR FAME. Sire of the dams of 38 Stakes winners. In 2012 - LIGHT HEAVY Teofilo G2, FAMOUS NAME Dansili G3, GLOWS Canny Lad LR.

Danzig Danehill Razyana DANSILI b 96 Kahyasi Hasili Kerali FAMOUS NAME b c 2005 Rainbow Quest Quest For Fame Aryenne FAME AT LAST b 97 Majestic Light Ranales Katsura

376 - Barclays Bnk Ireland Pretty Polly Stakes, G1, Curragh, July 1, 10f 1 Izzi Top (GB) 4 b f Pivotal (GB) - Zee Zee Top (GB) (Zafonic (USA)) 2 Sapphire (IRE) 4 b f Medicean (GB) Polished Gem (IRE) (Danehill (USA))

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3 I’m A Dreamer (IRE) 5 b f Noverre (USA) Summer Dreams (IRE) (Sadler’s Wells (USA)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 8; Wins: 4; Places: 3 Earnings: £179,930 Sire: PIVOTAL. Sire of 96 Stakes winners. In 2012 - IZZI TOP Zafonic G1, AFRICAN STORY Gone West G2, AMANEE Woodman G2, MAAREK Indian Rocket G3, SAINT BAUDOLINO Sunday Silence G3, ENTANGLE Primo Dominie LR, FAREER Danehill LR. 1st Dam: ZEE ZEE TOP by Zafonic. 3 wins at 3 and 4 at home, France, Prix de l’Opera Casino Barriere Enghien G1, 3rd Vodafone Nassau S G1. Dam of 2 winners: Zee Zee Gee (f Galileo) 2005: unraced. Broodmare. 2006: Green Top (f Green Desert) unraced. 2007: ROCK N ROLL RANSOM (g Red Ransom) 4 wins. 2008: IZZI TOP (f Pivotal) 4 wins at 3 and 4 at home, France, Barclays Bnk Ireland Pretty Polly S G1, Betfed Middleton S G2, Qatar Bloodstock Dahlia S G3, Prix de Flore G3, Swettenham Stud Fillies’ Trial S LR, 3rd Investec Oaks S G1, Tweenhills Pretty Polly S LR. 2010: Monzza (f Montjeu) unraced to date. 2012: (f Danehill Dancer) 2nd Dam: COLORSPIN by High Top. 3 wins at 2 and 3 Gilltown Stud Irish Oaks G1, 4th Gold Seal Oaks S G1, Yorkshire Oaks G1. Dam of KAYF TARA (c Sadler’s Wells: Ascot Gold Cup G1 (twice), Jefferson Smurfit Mem. Irish St Leger G1 (twice), 3rd Ascot Gold Cup G1), OPERA HOUSE (c Sadler’s Wells: Ever Ready Coronation Cup G1, Coral Eclipse S G1, King George VI & Queen Elizabeth S G1, 2nd Coral Eclipse S G1, Guinness Champion S G1, Prix Ganay G1, 3rd King George VI & Queen Elizabeth S G1, CIGA Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe G1), ZEE ZEE TOP (f Zafonic, see above), Highland Dress (c Lomond: 2nd Brigadier Gerard S G3, 3rd Hardwicke S G2). Grandam of NECKLACE. Broodmare Sire: ZAFONIC. Sire of the dams of 46 Stakes winners. In 2012 - IZZI TOP Pivotal G1, DANDIFIED Rebuttal LR. The Pivotal/Zafonic cross has produced: IZZI TOP G1, Counterclaim G2.

Nureyev Polar Falcon Marie d’Argonne PIVOTAL ch 93 Cozzene Fearless Revival Stufida IZZI TOP b f 2008 Gone West Zafonic Zaizafon ZEE ZEE TOP b 99 High Top Colorspin Reprocolor

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377 - At The Races Curragh Cup, G3, Curragh, July 1, 14f 1 Hartani (IRE) 3 gr c Shirocco (GER) Harsiya (IRE) (Darshaan) 2 Midnight Soprano (IRE) 5 b f Celtic Swing (GB) - Midnight Glimmer (IRE) (Dr Devious (IRE)) 3 Offer (IRE) 3 b c Montjeu (IRE) Valdara (GB) (Darshaan) Age: 3; Starts: 3; Wins: 2; Places: 0 Earnings: £14,375 Sire: SHIROCCO. Sire of 7 Stakes winners. In 2012 - HARTANI Darshaan G3, BROWN PANTHER Unfuwain LR, GOOD MORNING STAR Beat Hollow LR, JARDINA Platini LR. 1st Dam: Harsiya by Darshaan. unraced. Dam of 2 winners: 2005: HASARATAN (g Barathea) Winner over hurdles. 2006: Haridiyna (f Verglas) 2007: Harranda (f Red Ransom) 2009: HARTANI (c Shirocco) 2 wins at 3, At The Races Curragh Cup G3. 2nd Dam: HAROUNIYA by Siberian Express. 1 win at 3. Dam of HARGHAR (c El Gran Senor: Saranac S G3), HARIYMI (g Woodman: thehorsesmouth.co.uk Dovecote Nov.Hurdle G2). Grandam of Himariya. Broodmare Sire: DARSHAAN. Sire of the dams of 185 Stakes winners. In 2012 - AL KAZEEM Dubawi G2, LAUGH OUT LOUD Clodovil G2, ESTIMATE Monsun G3, HARTANI Shirocco G3, RIDASIYNA Motivator G3, SANDAGIYR Dr Fong G3, BAYRIR Medicean LR, GIANT SANDMAN Footstepsinthesand LR, HAWAAFEZ Nayef LR, KISSED Galileo LR, MICHELANGELO Galileo LR, MONTPELIER Ad Valorem LR, VITA NOVA Galileo LR, SOURABAD Halling LR.

2 To My Valentine (FR) 2 ch f Dyhim Diamond (IRE) - Lisselan Firefly (IRE) (Monashee Mountain (USA)) 3 Sage Melody (FR) 2 b f Sageburg (IRE) - Desert Melody (FR) (Green Desert (USA)) Age: 2; Starts: 4; Wins: 2; Places: 1 Earnings: £46,667 Sire: FALCO. Sire of 1 Stakes winners. In 2012 - SNOWDAY Forest Wildcat G3. 1st Dam: Oceanique by Forest Wildcat. ran on the flat in France at 3. Dam of 1 winner: 2010: SNOWDAY (c Falco) 2 wins at 2 in France, Prix du Bois G3. 2012: (c King’s Best) 2nd Dam: SOUNDINGS by Mr Prospector. 2 wins at 4 in USA. Dam of PAS DE REPONSE (f Danzig: Shadwell Stud Cheveley Park S G1, 2nd Prix de l’Abbaye de Longchamp G1, 3rd Prix Morny Piaget G1), GREEN TUNE (c Green Dancer: Dubai Poule d’Essai des Poulains G1, Prix d’Ispahan G1, 3rd Emirates Prix du Moulin de Longchamp G1), DIDYME (c Dixieland Band: Prix Robert Papin G2), ECOUTE (f Manila: Prix Isola Bella LR, Reloy S LR, 2nd San Gorgonio H G2, 3rd Prix Saint-Alary G1), Ne Coupez Pas (c Nureyev: 2nd Prix Yacowlef LR). Grandam of SUNDAY DOUBT, SAYING, Listen Indy. Third dam of SURFRIDER, ENTICEMENT, Loyalty, Jo All The Way, Excello. Broodmare Sire: FOREST WILDCAT. Sire of the dams of 16 Stakes winners. In 2012 - FOXWEDGE Fastnet Rock G1, SNOWDAY Falco G3, HARDENED WILDCAT Hard Spun LR.

Polar Falcon Pivotal Fearless Revival FALCO b 2005 Unbridled Icelips Sea Hill SNOWDAY b c 2010

Konigsstuhl Monsun Mosella SHIROCCO b 2001 The Minstrel So Sedulous Sedulous HARTANI gr c 2009 Shirley Heights Darshaan Delsy HARSIYA gr 2000 Siberian Express Harouniya Hazy Idea

378 - Prix du Bois, G3, Chantilly, July 1, 1000m 1 Snowday (FR) 2 b c Falco (USA) Oceanique (USA) (Forest Wildcat (USA))

Storm Cat Forest Wildcat Victoria Beauty OCEANIQUE b 2005 Mr Prospector Soundings Ocean’s Answer

379 - Prix Jean Prat, G1, Chantilly, July 1, 1600m 1 Aesop’s Fables (USA) 3 b c Distorted Humor (USA) - Abhisheka (IRE) (Sadler’s Wells (USA)) 2 Gregorian (IRE) 3 gr c Clodovil (IRE) Three Days In May (GB) (Cadeaux Genereux) 3 Coup de Theatre (FR) 3 ch c Gold Away (IRE) - Storma (FR) (Starborough (GB)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 7; Wins: 2; Places: 4


international database Earnings: £235,364 Sire: DISTORTED HUMOR. Sire of 76 Stakes winners. In 2012 - AESOP’S FABLES Sadler’s Wells G1, ALTERNATION Seattle Slew G2, DO IT ALL Dynaformer G2, BOISTEROUS Cox’s Ridge G3, ENDORSEMENT A P Indy G3. 1st Dam: Abhisheka by Sadler’s Wells. 3 wins at 3, 2nd Etisalat Balanchine S LR. Dam of 1 winner: 2009: AESOP’S FABLES (c Distorted Humor) 2 wins at 2 and 3 in France, Prix Jean Prat G1, 2nd Prix Roland de Chambure LR, 3rd Prix du Palais Royal G3. 2010: Advisory (c Street Cry) unraced to date. 2nd Dam: SNOW BRIDE by Blushing Groom. 5 wins at 2 and 3 Gold Seal Oaks S G1, 4th Prix Vermeille G1. Dam of LAMMTARRA (c Nijinsky: Vodafone Derby S G1, King George VI & Queen Elizabeth S G1, Forte Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe G1), SAYTARRA (f Seeking The Gold: Prix d’Aumale G3), KAMMTARRA (c Zilzal: Sheikh Maktoum Al Maktoum Challenge 1 LR, Sheikh Maktoum Al Maktoum Challenge 3 LR), Qais (c Seeking The Gold: 2nd Jebel Ali Int. Hotels Godolphin Mile G2), Haltarra (c Zilzal: 2nd Green Ridge Stables Newmarket S LR), Abhisheka (f Sadler’s Wells, see above). Grandam of YVETE SANGALO, Say You Will, Menokee. Third dam of My Sea of Love. Broodmare Sire: SADLER’S WELLS. Sire of the dams of 282 Stakes winners. In 2012 - AESOP’S FABLES Distorted Humor G1, MASTER OF HOUNDS Kingmambo G1, MAWINGO Tertullian G1, PEAR TART Dehere G1, AIKEN Selkirk G2, MY GI GI E Dubai G2, PROBABLY Danehill Dancer G2, THOMAS CHIPPENDALE Dansili G2, VISCOUNT NELSON Giant’s Causeway G2, CHRYSANTHEMUM Danehill Dancer G3, FOX HUNT Dubawi G3, THE FUGUE Dansili G3, BACKBENCH BLUES Big Bad Bob LR, BALTIC ROCK Rock of Gibraltar LR, CASTLETHORPE Not A Single Doubt LR, DARK ORCHID Dansili LR, ELECTROLYSER Daylami LR, STIPULATE Dansili LR, TANNERY Dylan Thomas LR, CAPTAIN CONAN Kingsalsa LR, KHELEYF LOVER Kheleyf LR. The Distorted Humor/Sadler’s Wells cross has produced: AESOP’S FABLES G1, PATHFORK G1.

Mr Prospector Forty Niner File DISTORTED HUMOR ch 93 Danzig Danzig’s Beauty Sweetest Chant AESOP’S FABLES b c 2009 Northern Dancer Sadler’s Wells Fairy Bridge ABHISHEKA b 2003 Blushing Groom Snow Bride Awaasif

380 - Prix Chloe, G3, Chantilly, July 1, 1800m 1 Ridasiyna (FR) 3 b f Motivator (GB) Ridafa (IRE) (Darshaan) 2 Romantica (GB) 3 b f Galileo (IRE) Banks Hill (GB) (Danehill (USA)) 3 Rock Me Baby (GB) 3 b f Rock of Gibraltar (IRE) - Newyearresolution (USA) (Arch (USA)) Age: 3; Starts: 3; Wins: 3; Places: 0 Earnings: £66,250 Sire: MOTIVATOR. Sire of 10 Stakes winners. In 2012 - CLINICAL Elmaamul G3, RIDASIYNA Darshaan G3, CAPTIVATOR Sharrood LR, VOW Akarad LR. 1st Dam: RIDAFA by Darshaan. Winner at 3 in France. Dam of 5 winners: 2005: RIJAIYMA (f Desert Prince) Winner at 3 in France. 2006: RAJAMAND (g Linamix) Winner over hurdles at 6. 2007: RANJANA (f Barathea) Winner at 3 in France. 2008: RANJAAN (g Dubai Destination) 4 wins. 2009: RIDASIYNA (f Motivator) 3 wins at 3 in France, Prix Chloe G3, Prix Melisande LR. 2nd Dam: Ridaiyma by Kahyasi. 3 wins at 3, 3rd Theo Fennell Glorious Rated H. S LR, 2nd Premio Legnano G3. Dam of RAJIK (g Kalanisi: Ballycullen S LR, Ardilaun Hotel Oyster S LR) Broodmare Sire: DARSHAAN. Sire of the dams of 185 Stakes winners. In 2012 - AL KAZEEM Dubawi G2, LAUGH OUT LOUD Clodovil G2, ESTIMATE Monsun G3, HARTANI Shirocco G3, RIDASIYNA Motivator G3, SANDAGIYR Dr Fong G3, BAYRIR Medicean LR, GIANT SANDMAN Footstepsinthesand LR, HAWAAFEZ Nayef LR, KISSED Galileo LR, MICHELANGELO Galileo LR, MONTPELIER Ad Valorem LR, VITA NOVA Galileo LR, SOURABAD Halling LR. The Motivator/Darshaan cross has produced: RIDASIYNA G3, LUMINEUX LR.

Sadler’s Wells Montjeu Floripedes MOTIVATOR b 2002 Gone West Out West Chellingoua RIDASIYNA b f 2009 Shirley Heights Darshaan Delsy RIDAFA b 2000 Kahyasi Ridaiyma Riyda

381 - Idee Hansa Preis, G2, Hamburg, July 3, 2400m 1 Ovambo Queen (GER) 5 b f Kalatos (GER) - Oxalaguna (GER) (Lagunas) 2 Waldpark (GER) 4 b c Dubawi (IRE) Wurftaube (GER) (Acatenango (GER)) 3 Atempo (GER) 4 ch c Monsun (GER) Anatola (GER) (Tiger Hill (IRE)) Age: 2-5; Starts: 14; Wins: 6; Places: 7 Earnings: £157,338 Sire: KALATOS. Sire of 3 Stakes winners. In 2012 - OVAMBO QUEEN Lagunas G2. 1st Dam: OXALAGUNA by Lagunas. 2 wins at 3 in Germany. Own sister to OXALAGU. Dam of 4 winners: 2002: Odoaker (c King’s Theatre) 2003: ODAWAR (c Sendawar) 6 wins at 3, 5 and 6 in Austria. 2004: OZZIA (f Zinaad) 5 wins. 2006: OMINA (f Mutamam) 2 wins at 4 in Germany. 2007: OVAMBO QUEEN (f Kalatos) 6 wins at 3 and 4 in Denmark, Germany, Italy, Idee Hansa Preis G2, Walther J Jacobs Stutenpreis G3, Lanwades Stud Scandinavian Open Ch’ship G3, Premio Giovanni Falck LR, EBF Festa Rennen LR, Preis der SWK Krefelder Stutenpreis LR, 2nd G. P. der Badischen Unternehmer Rennen G2, Oberburgermeister Dirk Elbers-Preis G3 (twice), Grosser Preis von Rossman LR, 3rd Grosser Preis der Dortmunder Wirtschaft G3, HH Sheikh H.bin Rashid Al Maktoum-Trophy G3. 2010: Oscura Bella (f Vatori) unraced to date. 2012: Olympic Lady (f Kalatos) 2nd Dam: OXALIS by Ashmore. 3 wins at 2 to 4 in Germany. Dam of OXALAGU (c Lagunas: G.Dallmayr-Preis Bayerisches Zuchtrennen G1, 2nd Premio Roma Trofeo After Eight G1, 3rd G.DallmayrPreis Bayerisches Zuchtrennen G1) Broodmare Sire: LAGUNAS. Sire of the dams of 23 Stakes winners. In 2012 NOVELLIST Monsun G2, OVAMBO QUEEN Kalatos G2.

Super Concorde Big Shuffle Raise Your Skirts KALATOS ch 92 Mister Rock’s Kardia Kandia OVAMBO QUEEN b f 2007 Ile de Bourbon Lagunas Liranga OXALAGUNA b 97 Ashmore Oxalis Observanz

382 - Grosser Preis von Lotto Hamburg, G3, Hamburg, July 5, 2200m 1 Salomina (GER) 3 b f Lomitas (GB) -

Saldentigerin (GER) (Tiger Hill (IRE)) 2 Caitania (IRE) 3 gr f Aussie Rules (USA) Celestia (GB) (Anabaa (USA)) 3 Wilddrossel (GER) 3 b f Dalakhani (IRE) Wild Side (GER) (Sternkoenig (IRE)) Age: 3; Starts: 2; Wins: 2; Places: 0 Earnings: £5,000 Sire: LOMITAS. Sire of 55 Stakes winners. In 2012 - DANEDREAM Danehill G2, SALOMINA Tiger Hill G3, POLISH VULCANO Trempolino LR. 1st Dam: SALDENTIGERIN by Tiger Hill. Champion 3yr old filly in Germany in 2004. 3 wins at 2 to 4 in Germany, BadenWurttemberg-Trophy G3, 2nd Preis von Europa G1, 3rd P. der Diana Deutsches Stuten Derby G1. Dam of 2 winners: 2007: Sahara (f High Chaparral) unraced. Broodmare. 2008: Salut (c Lomitas) 3 wins at 2 to 4 in Germany, 3rd Henkel Trophy LR. 2009: SALOMINA (f Lomitas) 2 wins at 3 in Germany, Grosser Preis von Lotto Hamburg G3. 2010: San Domingo (c Doyen). unraced to date, died as foal. 2011: Solid Rock (c Shirocco) 2012: (f Wiesenpfad) 2nd Dam: SALDE by Alkalde. 3 wins at 3 in Germany Dortmunder Stutenpreis LR. Dam of SALDENSCHWINGE (f In The Wings: Deutscher Stutenpreis G3, P.Jubilaum.Firma Jungheinrich Gabstapler G3, 3rd G.P. Casino Hohensyburg St Leger G2), SALDENTIGERIN (f Tiger Hill, see above), SALDEN LICHT (g Fantastic Light: Prix Le Fabuleux LR, 3rd John Smith’s Aintree Hurdle G1), SALDENNAHE (f Next Desert: Premio Baggio LR), Saltas (c Lomitas: 2nd Rheinland-Pokal G1, 3rd Idee Deutsches Derby G1), Saldenehre (f Highest Honor: 2nd Diana Trial-Las VegasSlenderella Rennen LR), Saltango (g Acatenango: 2nd The Sportsman H. Hurdle LR, Blue Square Silver Trophy H’cap Hurdle LR). Grandam of SERIENHOEHE, SALDENART, Saldario. Broodmare Sire: TIGER HILL. Sire of the dams of 4 Stakes winners. In 2012 ATEMPO Monsun G2, SALOMINA Lomitas G3. The Lomitas/Tiger Hill cross has produced: SALOMINA G3, Salut LR.

Nijinsky Niniski Virginia Hills LOMITAS ch 88 Surumu La Colorada La Dorada SALOMINA b f 2009 Danehill Tiger Hill The Filly SALDENTIGERIN b 2001 Alkalde Salde Saite

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international database 383 - The Coral Charge Sprint Stakes, G3, Sandown Park, July 7, 5f 1 Caledonia Lady (GB) 3 b f Firebreak (GB) - Granuaile O’Malley (IRE) (Mark of Esteem (IRE)) 2 Confessional (GB) 5 b g Dubawi (IRE) Golden Nun (GB) (Bishop of Cashel (GB)) 3 Free Zone (GB) 3 b g Kyllachy (GB) Aldora (GB) (Magic Ring (IRE)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 13; Wins: 2; Places: 7 Earnings: £79,846 Sire: FIREBREAK. Sire of 3 Stakes winners. In 2012 - CALEDONIA LADY Mark of Esteem G3. 1st Dam: Granuaile O’Malley by Mark of Esteem. Dam of 3 winners: 2005: Eastern Pride (f Fraam) ran a few times. 2006: CALEDONIA PRINCESS (f Kyllachy) 6 wins at 2 to 5, 2011. 2008: CALEDONIA PRINCE (g Needwood Blade) 3 wins at 3 and 4. 2009: CALEDONIA LADY (f Firebreak) Sold 952gns yearling at ASNOV. 2 wins at 2 and 3, The Coral Charge Sprint S G3, BAM Properties Harry Rosebery S LR, 2nd EBF Whitsbury Manor Stud Lansdown S LR, 3rd Polypipe Flying Childers S G2, Queen Mary S G2, Jaguar XJ Cornwallis S G3, also placed fourth in Lowther Stakes, York, Gr.2. 2011: (c Firebreak) 2nd Dam: Dame Laura by Royal Academy. 2 wins at 2 and 3, 2nd May Hill S G3, Queen Mary S G3. Dam of PART TIMER (c Mujadil: Tempe H) Broodmare Sire: MARK OF ESTEEM. Sire of the dams of 15 Stakes winners. In 2012 - MIKHAIL GLINKA Galileo G2, CALEDONIA LADY Firebreak G3, WALDLERCHE Monsun G3, EXCELETTE Exceed And Excel LR.

Warning Charnwood Forest Dance of Leaves FIREBREAK b 99 Song Breakaway Catherine Howard CALEDONIA LADY b f 2009 Darshaan Mark of Esteem Homage GRANUAILE O’MALLEY b 2000 Royal Academy Dame Laura Aunty

384 - Coral Eclipse Stakes, G1, Sandown Park, July 7, 10f 1 Nathaniel (IRE) 4 b c Galileo (IRE) Magnificient Style (USA) (Silver Hawk

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(USA)) 2 Farhh (GB) 4 b c Pivotal (GB) Gonbarda (GER) (Lando (GER)) 3 Twice Over (GB) 7 b/br c Observatory (USA) - Double Crossed (GB) (Caerleon (USA)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 8; Wins: 4; Places: 3 Earnings: £991,475 Sire: GALILEO. Sire of 114 Stakes winners. In 2012 - FRANKEL Danehill G1, GOLDEN LILAC Danehill G1, IGUGU Intikhab G1, NATHANIEL Silver Hawk G1, NIWOT Noble Bijou G1, WAS Green Desert G1, GREAT HEAVENS Silver Hawk G2, MAHBOOBA Red Ransom G2, MIKHAIL GLINKA Mark of Esteem G2, ALTANO Lando G3, ASTROLOGY Dr Fong G3, IMPERIAL MONARCH Slip Anchor G3, LINTON Centaine G3, GATEWOOD Selkirk LR, KISSED Darshaan LR, MICHELANGELO Darshaan LR, NOBLE MISSION Danehill LR, VITA NOVA Darshaan LR, CELESTIAL HALO High Top LR, VIA GALILEI Danehill LR. 1st Dam: MAGNIFICIENT STYLE by Silver Hawk. 2 wins at 3, Tattersalls Musidora S G3. Dam of 10 winners: 1999: STYLELISTICK (f Storm Cat) 4 wins at 2 and 3 in USA, Appalachian S LR, Green River S LR, 3rd Regret S G3. Broodmare. 2000: ECHOES IN ETERNITY (f Spinning World) 4 wins at 2 to 4, National Stud Club Park Hill S G2, Peugeot Sun Chariot S G2. Dam of WHISPERING GALLERY (g Daylami: 7 wins at 3 to 5 at home, UAE, Dubai Duty Free DRC Gold Cup G3) 2001: PERCUSSIONIST (g Sadler’s Wells) 11 wins, Emirates Airline Yorkshire Cup G2, Grand National Hurdle LR. 2002: PLAYFUL ACT (f Sadler’s Wells). 4 wins at 2 and 3, Meon Valley Stud Fillies’ Mile S G1, 2nd Darley Irish Oaks G1. Dam of GIANTS PLAY (f Giant’s Causeway: 2 wins at 3 and 4 at home, USA, New York S G2) 2003: DISTINCTIVE LOOK (f Danehill) Winner at 3. Broodmare. 2004: PETARA BAY (g Peintre Celebre) 3 wins at 2, 3 and 7, Connaught Access Flooring Feilden S LR, 3rd Princess of Wales’s wbx.com S G2. 2005: CHANGING SKIES (f Sadler’s Wells) 5 wins at 3 to 6, 2011 at home, USA, La Prevoyante H G3, The Very One S G3, 2nd Flower Bowl Invitational S G1. 2007: MONTEREY (g Montjeu) 2 wins at 3 and 5. 2008: NATHANIEL (c Galileo) Champion 3yr old in Europe in 2011 (9.5-11f.). 4 wins at 3 and 4, Coral Eclipse S G1, King George VI & Queen Elizabeth S G1, King Edward VII S G2, 2nd MBNA Chester Vase G3. 2009: GREAT HEAVENS (f Galileo) 3 wins at 3, Bet 365 Lancashire

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GALILEI Danehill LR. Throne Room (c Oasis Willoughby (f Oasis Dream)

2nd Dam: MIA KARINA by Icecapade. 1 win at 3 in France. Dam of SIBERIAN SUMMER (c Siberian Express: Charles H Strub S G1), MAGNIFICIENT STYLE (f Silver Hawk, see above). Grandam of Errante. Broodmare Sire: SILVER HAWK. Sire of the dams of 66 Stakes winners. In 2012 - NATHANIEL Galileo G1, GREAT HEAVENS Galileo G2, SO BEAUTIFUL Zamindar G3, WINTER MEMORIES El Prado G3, FACOLTOSO Refuse To Bend LR, STARS TO SHINE Tale of The Cat LR. The Galileo/Silver Hawk cross has produced: NATHANIEL G1, GREAT HEAVENS G2, ARISTOCRAT LR, NAMIBIA LR, Seville G1, Aigue Marine LR.

Northern Dancer Sadler’s Wells Fairy Bridge GALILEO b 98 Miswaki Urban Sea Allegretta NATHANIEL b c 2008 Roberto Silver Hawk Gris Vitesse MAGNIFICIENT STYLE b 93 Icecapade Mia Karina Basin

385 - Bet 365 Lancashire Oaks, G2, Haydock Park, July 7, 12f 1 Great Heavens (GB) 3 b f Galileo (IRE) - Magnificient Style (USA) (Silver Hawk (USA)) 2 Shimmering Surf (IRE) 5 b f Danehill Dancer (IRE) - Sun On The Sea (IRE) (Bering) 3 Set To Music (IRE) 4 b f Danehill Dancer (IRE) - Zarabaya (IRE) (Doyoun) Age: 2-3; Starts: 4; Wins: 3; Places: 0 Earnings: £67,640 Sire: GALILEO. Sire of 114 Stakes winners. In 2012 - FRANKEL Danehill G1, GOLDEN LILAC Danehill G1, IGUGU Intikhab G1, NATHANIEL Silver Hawk G1, NIWOT Noble Bijou G1, WAS Green Desert G1, GREAT HEAVENS Silver Hawk G2, MAHBOOBA Red Ransom G2, MIKHAIL GLINKA Mark of Esteem G2, ALTANO Lando G3, ASTROLOGY Dr Fong G3, IMPERIAL MONARCH Slip Anchor G3, LINTON Centaine G3, GATEWOOD Selkirk LR, KISSED Darshaan LR, MICHELANGELO Darshaan LR, NOBLE MISSION Danehill LR, VITA NOVA Darshaan LR, CELESTIAL HALO High Top LR, VIA

1st Dam: MAGNIFICIENT STYLE by Silver Hawk. 2 wins at 3, Tattersalls Musidora S G3. Dam of 10 winners: 1999: STYLELISTICK (f Storm Cat) 4 wins at 2 and 3 in USA, Appalachian S LR, Green River S LR, 3rd Regret S G3. Broodmare. 2000: ECHOES IN ETERNITY (f Spinning World) 4 wins at 2 to 4, National Stud Club Park Hill S G2, Peugeot Sun Chariot S G2. Dam of WHISPERING GALLERY (g Daylami: 7 wins at 3 to 5 at home, UAE, Dubai Duty Free DRC Gold Cup G3) 2001: PERCUSSIONIST (g Sadler’s Wells) 11 wins, Emirates Airline Yorkshire Cup G2, Grand National Hurdle LR. 2002: PLAYFUL ACT (f Sadler’s Wells). 4 wins at 2 and 3, Meon Valley Stud Fillies’ Mile S G1, 2nd Darley Irish Oaks G1. Dam of GIANTS PLAY (f Giant’s Causeway: 2 wins at 3 and 4 at home, USA, New York S G2) 2003: DISTINCTIVE LOOK (f Danehill) Winner at 3. Broodmare. 2004: PETARA BAY (g Peintre Celebre) 3 wins at 2, 3 and 7, Connaught Access Flooring Feilden S LR, 3rd Princess of Wales’s wbx.com S G2. 2005: CHANGING SKIES (f Sadler’s Wells) 5 wins at 3 to 6, 2011 at home, USA, La Prevoyante H G3, The Very One S G3, 2nd Flower Bowl Invitational S G1. 2007: MONTEREY (g Montjeu) 2 wins at 3 and 5. 2008: NATHANIEL (c Galileo) Champion 3yr old in Europe in 2011 (9.5-11f.). 4 wins at 3 and 4, Coral Eclipse S G1, King George VI & Queen Elizabeth S G1. 2009: GREAT HEAVENS (f Galileo) 3 wins at 3, Bet 365 Lancashire Oaks G2, Lord Weinstock Mem. Ballymacoll S LR. 2011: Throne Room (c Oasis Dream) 2012: Willoughby (f Oasis Dream) 2nd Dam: MIA KARINA by Icecapade. 1 win at 3 in France. Dam of SIBERIAN SUMMER (c Siberian Express: Charles H Strub S G1), MAGNIFICIENT STYLE (f Silver Hawk, see above). Grandam of Errante. Broodmare Sire: SILVER HAWK. Sire of the dams of 66 Stakes winners. In 2012 - NATHANIEL Galileo G1, GREAT HEAVENS Galileo G2, SO BEAUTIFUL Zamindar G3, WINTER MEMORIES El Prado G3, FACOLTOSO Refuse To Bend LR, STARS TO SHINE Tale of The Cat LR. The Galileo/Silver Hawk cross has produced: NATHANIEL G1, GREAT HEAVENS G2, ARISTOCRAT LR, NAMIBIA LR, Seville G1, Aigue Marine LR.


international database Northern Dancer Sadler’s Wells Fairy Bridge GALILEO b 98 Miswaki Urban Sea Allegretta GREAT HEAVENS b f 2009 Roberto Silver Hawk Gris Vitesse MAGNIFICIENT STYLE b 93 Icecapade Mia Karina Basin

386 - Prix de Ris-Orangis, G3, Maisons-Laffitte, July 8, 1200m 1 Lockwood (GB) 3 gr c Invincible Spirit (IRE) - Emily Bronte (GB) (Machiavellian (USA)) 2 Gammarth (FR) 4 ch c Layman (USA) Emouna Queen (IRE) (Indian Ridge) 3 Marchand d’Or (FR) 9 gr g Marchand de Sable (USA) - Fedora (FR) (Kendor (FR)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 5; Wins: 2; Places: 3 Earnings: £55,490 Sire: INVINCIBLE SPIRIT. Sire of 58 Stakes winners. In 2012 - SPIRIT SONG Kingston Rule G2, ALLIED POWERS High Line G3, BEYOND DESIRE Mujtahid G3, LOCKWOOD Machiavellian G3, MAYSON Pivotal G3, MOONLIGHT CLOUD Spectrum G3, SPEAKING OF WHICH Mr Prospector G3, FURY Pursuit of Love LR, IMCO SPIRIT Treasure Kay LR, LIBYS DREAM Lemon Drop Kid LR, ONE SPIRIT Forty Niner LR, REQUISITION Pivotal LR, SWISS SPIRIT Indian Ridge LR. 1st Dam: EMILY BRONTE by Machiavellian. 2 wins at 2 in France, Prix des Reservoirs G3. Dam of 1 winner: 2009: LOCKWOOD (c Invincible Spirit) 2 wins at 3 in France, Prix de RisOrangis G3. 2010: Mixenden (f New Approach) unraced to date. 2011: (c Medaglia d’Oro) 2nd Dam: ZAFADOLA by Darshaan. 2 wins at 3 Oaks Trial LR, 2nd Blandford S G2, 3rd Jefferson Smurfit Mem. Irish St Leger G1. Dam of EMILY BRONTE (f Machiavellian, see above), ZELANDA (f Night Shift: Flying Fillies’ S LR), Zabari (g Soviet Star: 3rd Tote Scoop6 Sandown H. Hurdle G3). Grandam of TIME PRISONER, PEARL GREY, Zimbabwe. Third dam of Balty Boys. Broodmare Sire: MACHIAVELLIAN. Sire of the dams of 81 Stakes winners. In 2012 - PLATINUM PRINCESS Keeper G2, LOCKWOOD Invincible Spirit G3, NEWFANGLED New Approach G3, TOSHI CANDY Bubble Gum Fellow G3, VERXINA Deep Impact G3, DEVIOUS

INTENT Dixie Union LR, INETROBIL Bertolini LR, RENFORCER Symboli Kris S LR, RISK AVERSION Encosta de Lago LR, SILENT KILLER Oratorio LR. The Invincible Spirit/Machiavellian cross has produced: HOORAY G1, CONQUEST G2, LOCKWOOD G3, SPIRIT OF FORTUNE LR.

Danzig Green Desert Foreign Courier INVINCIBLE SPIRIT b 97 Kris Rafha Eljazzi LOCKWOOD gr c 2009 Mr Prospector Machiavellian Coup de Folie EMILY BRONTE gr 2003 Darshaan Zafadola Zarafa

387 - Prix Messidor, G3, MaisonsLaffitte, July 8, 1600m

des Poulains G1, Prix Messidor G3, 2nd Prix Jean-Luc Lagardere-Grand Criterium G1, Darley Prix Morny G1, 3rd Prix de Fontainebleau G3. 2009: Eaglestone (c Chineur) in training. 2010: Deux Saisons (f Chineur) unraced to date. 2011: South Sister (f Sakhee) 2012: Jakaranda (f Sakhee) 2nd Dam: CAPE OF GOOD HOPE by Crystal Glitters. 4 wins at 2 and 3 in France, died without futher produce. Dam of JOYEUSE ENTREE (f Kendor, see above) Broodmare Sire: KENDOR. Sire of the dams of 43 Stakes winners. In 2012 TIN HORSE Sakhee G3. The Sakhee/Kendor cross has produced: TIN HORSE G1, Quartz Jem LR.

Riverman Bahri Wasnah

1 Tin Horse (IRE) 4 gr c Sakhee (USA) Joyeuse Entree (GB) (Kendor (FR)) 2 Prince d’Alienor (IRE) 4 gr c Verglas (IRE) - Vassiana (FR) (Anabaa (USA)) 3 Moonwalk In Paris (FR) 4 b g Oratorio (IRE) - Shining Glory (GB) (Singspiel (IRE))

SAKHEE b 97 Sadler’s Wells Thawakib Tobira Celeste TIN HORSE gr c 2008 Kenmare Kendor Belle Mecene JOYEUSE ENTREE gr 94 Crystal Glitters Cape of Good Hope Lady Eglantine

Age: 2-4; Starts: 12; Wins: 4; Places: 3 Earnings: £455,924 Sire: SAKHEE. Sire of 13 Stakes winners. In 2012 - TIN HORSE Kendor G3, DAN LOOSE DAUGHTER Danehill LR, GRUMETI Groom Dancer LR. 1st Dam: JOYEUSE ENTREE by Kendor. 4 wins at 2 in France, Prix d’Aumale G3. Dam of 5 winners: 1999: Nada Es Amor (f Zafonic). Dam of Parcelle Perdue (f Coroner: 3 wins at 2 in France, 3rd Gd. Criterium de Bordeaux P.de Sauternes LR) 2000: Fancy Intense (f Peintre Celebre) ran on the flat in France. Broodmare. 2001: SWING VOTER (g Machiavellian) 7 wins at 3 to 6 in France. 2002: SELDOM FOUND (f Unfuwain) Winner at 3 in France. Broodmare. 2003: Hold The Thought (f Galileo). Broodmare. 2004: Nuit Et Brouillard (f Singspiel) unraced. 2006: BECOMES YOU (f Lomitas) 2 wins at 2 in France, The Baileys Criterium de l’Ouest LR, 3rd Prix de Conde G3. Broodmare. 2007: REPRESENTERA (f Lomitas) Winner at 4 in France. 2008: TIN HORSE (c Sakhee) 4 wins at 2 to 4 in France, Poule d’Essai

388 - Irish Stall. Farms EBF Brownstown Stakes, G3, Naas, July 11, 7f 1 Marvada (IRE) 4 b f Elusive City (USA) - Theory of Law (GB) (Generous (IRE)) 2 Caprella (GB) 3 b f Kheleyf (USA) Angie And Liz (IRE) (Spectrum (IRE)) 3 After (IRE) 3 b f Danehill Dancer (IRE) Noahs Ark (IRE) (Charnwood Forest (IRE)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 21; Wins: 5; Places: 7 Earnings: £109,445 Sire: ELUSIVE CITY. Sire of 18 Stakes winners. In 2012 - JETSET LAD Jetball G3, MARVADA Generous G3, CITY IMAGE Clodovil LR, FRED LALLOUPET Affirmed LR, LUCK OF SMILING Zabeel LR. 1st Dam: THEORY OF LAW by Generous. 3 wins at 3 in France. Dam of 5 winners: 2001: Baba (g Indian Ridge) ran 3 times and ran twice over hurdles. 2002: CELTIBERO (c Celtic Swing) Winner at 3 in France. 2003: DIURNO (c Desert Prince) 5 wins at 2 to 6 in Spain. 2004: Paint In Green (f

Invincible Spirit) 6 wins at 2 to 4 in Italy, 3rd Premio EBF Terme di Merano LR, Premio FIA European Breeders Fund LR. Broodmare. 2005: Utrillo’s Art (f Medecis) 2006: French Breeze (f Medecis) ran. 2007: JUDICIARY (g Invincible Spirit) 3 wins. 2008: MARVADA (f Elusive City) Sold 16,642gns yearling at GOOY1, 96,923gns 2yo at ARMAY. 5 wins at 3 and 4, Irish Stall. Farms EBF Brownstown S G3, 2nd Ballycorus S G3, 3rd Miles and Morrison EBF October S LR. 2009: Theory of Neri (f Verglas) 2010: Le Grande Cheval (g Jeremy) unraced to date. 2011: (c Amadeus Wolf) 2nd Dam: LETTRE DE CACHET by Secreto. 1 win at 4 in France. Own sister to SECRET HAUNT. Dam of CHARGE D’AFFAIRES (c Kendor: Prix Morny Piaget G1, 2nd Grand Criterium G1, Prix de la Foret G1, Prix de la Salamandre G1) Broodmare Sire: GENEROUS. Sire of the dams of 46 Stakes winners. In 2012 - AL SHEMALI Medicean G3, GARBO Manhattan Cafe G3, MARVADA Elusive City G3, MOLTO BENE Royal Academy G3, NO EVIDENCE NEEDED Shamardal G3, BLUE MAIDEN Medicean LR. The Elusive City/Generous cross has produced: MARVADA G3, Adamantium G1.

Gone West Elusive Quality Touch of Greatness ELUSIVE CITY b 2000 Dayjur Star of Paris Liturgism MARVADA b f 2008 Caerleon Generous Doff The Derby THEORY OF LAW ch 96 Secreto Lettre de Cachet Royal Suite

389 - TNT July Stakes, G2, Newmarket, July 12, 6f 1 Alhebayeb (IRE) 2 gr c Dark Angel (IRE) - Miss Indigo (GB) (Indian Ridge) 2 Lewisham (GB) 2 b c Sleeping Indian (GB) - Almunia (IRE) (Mujadil (USA)) 3 Ahern (GB) 2 ch c Dutch Art (GB) Petra Nova (GB) (First Trump (GB)) Age: 2; Starts: 3; Wins: 2; Places: 1 Earnings: £49,086 Sire: DARK ANGEL. Sire of 2 Stakes winners. In 2012 - ALHEBAYEB Indian

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Earnings: £121,966

1st Dam: Miss Indigo by Indian Ridge. Dam of 6 winners: 2003: Azerley (f Desert Style) 2004: MICKLEBERRY (f Desert Style) Winner at 3. 2005: BLUEBELL RIDGE (f Distant Music) 3 wins at 3 and 4. Broodmare. 2006: KEEP DANCING (f Distant Music) Winner at 3. 2007: HUMIDOR (g Camacho) 6 wins at 3 and 4, Scarbrough S LR, 3rd The Coral Charge Sprint S G3. 2009: WILTSHIRE LIFE (f Camacho) Winner at 3. 2010: ALHEBAYEB (c Dark Angel) Sold 170,000gns yearling at TAOC1. 2 wins at 2, TNT July S G2, 2nd Windsor Castle S LR. 2012: (c Dark Angel)

Sire: MONSUN. Sire of 94 Stakes winners. In 2012 - ATEMPO Tiger Hill G2, FIORENTE Pilsudski G2, NOVELLIST Lagunas G2, YELLOW AND GREEN Green Tune G2, ENERGIZER Theatrical G3, ESTIMATE Darshaan G3, WALDLERCHE Mark of Esteem G3, AIZAVOSKI Alzao LR, KAILANI Zinaad LR, TERTULLUS Be My Guest LR.

2nd Dam: MONAIYA by Shareef Dancer. 2 wins at 3 in France. Own sister to Mashoura. Dam of MUSETTA (f Cadeaux Genereux: Madagans Pretty Polly S LR, 2nd Tennent Cal. Breweries Scottish Classic G3, 3rd Ribblesdale S G2) Broodmare Sire: INDIAN RIDGE. Sire of the dams of 59 Stakes winners. In 2012 - DESERT BLANC Desert Style G1, ALHEBAYEB Dark Angel G2, EXCELEBRATION Exceed And Excel G3, HACHIKO Noverre LR, IL SUPREMO Daggers Drawn LR, ITHOUGHTITWASOVER Hurricane Run LR, JIROFT Blu Air Force LR, SWISS DREAM Oasis Dream LR, SWISS SPIRIT Invincible Spirit LR. The Dark Angel/Indian Ridge cross has produced: ALHEBAYEB G2, Dark Ray LR.

Royal Applause Acclamation Princess Athena DARK ANGEL gr 2005 Machiavellian Midnight Angel Night At Sea ALHEBAYEB gr c 2010 Ahonoora Indian Ridge Hillbrow MISS INDIGO b 98 Shareef Dancer Monaiya Massorah

390 - Princess of Wales’s Goldsmith Stakes, G2, Newmarket, July 12, 12f 1 Fiorente (IRE) 4 br c Monsun (GER) Desert Bloom (IRE) (Pilsudski (IRE)) 2 Joshua Tree (IRE) 5 b c Montjeu (IRE) Madeira Mist (IRE) (Grand Lodge (USA)) 3 Red Cadeaux (GB) 6 ch g Cadeaux Genereux - Artisia (IRE) (Peintre Celebre (USA)) Age: 3-4; Starts: 8; Wins: 2; Places: 3

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1st Dam: Desert Bloom by Pilsudski. unraced. Dam of 3 winners: 2004: ROSHANAK (f Spinning World) Winner at 2. Broodmare. 2005: MASADA (f Key of Luck) 3 wins at 2 and 3. 2006: (f Key of Luck) 2008: FIORENTE (c Monsun) 2 wins at 3 and 4, Princess of Wales’s Goldsmith S G2, 2nd King Edward VII S G2, bet365 Gordon S G3, 32Red Festival S LR. 2009: Cecchetti Method (c Danehill Dancer) unraced to date. 2011: (c Montjeu) 2nd Dam: Desert Beauty by Green Desert. 2 wins at 3, 3rd Ben Marshall S LR. Dam of HYBLON (c Machiavellian: Oasis S LR), Red Dune (f Red Ransom: 2nd Miles and Morrison October S LR, 3rd Wettem Sieberts Neuss Wuppertal LR) Broodmare Sire: PILSUDSKI. Sire of the dams of 1 Stakes winners. In 2012 FIORENTE Monsun G2.

Dschingis Khan Konigsstuhl Konigskronung MONSUN br 90 Surumu Mosella Monasia FIORENTE br c 2008 Polish Precedent Pilsudski Cocotte DESERT BLOOM b 2000 Green Desert Desert Beauty Hellenic

391 - Bahrain Trophy, G3, Newmarket, July 12, 13f 1 Shantaram (GB) 3 b c Galileo (IRE) - All’s Forgotten (USA) (Darshaan) 2 Naseem Alyasmeen (IRE) 3 gr f Clodovil (IRE) - Phillippa (IRE) (Galileo (IRE)) 3 Good Morning Star (IRE) 3 b/br f Shirocco (GER) - Hollow Ridge (GB) (Beat Hollow (GB)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 5; Wins: 2; Places: 3 Earnings: £49,829 Sire: GALILEO. Sire of 115 Stakes winners. In 2012 - FRANKEL Danehill G1, GOLDEN LILAC Danehill G1, IGUGU Intikhab G1, NATHANIEL Silver Hawk G1, NIWOT

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Noble Bijou G1, WAS Green Desert G1, GREAT HEAVENS Silver Hawk G2, MAHBOOBA Red Ransom G2, MIKHAIL GLINKA Mark of Esteem G2, ALTANO Lando G3, ASTROLOGY Dr Fong G3, IMPERIAL MONARCH Slip Anchor G3, LINTON Centaine G3, SHANTARAM Darshaan G3, GATEWOOD Selkirk LR, KISSED Darshaan LR, MICHELANGELO Darshaan LR, NOBLE MISSION Danehill LR, VITA NOVA Darshaan LR, CELESTIAL HALO High Top LR, VIA GALILEI Danehill LR. 1st Dam: ALL’S FORGOTTEN by Darshaan. Winner at 3. Dam of 3 winners: 2005: EXULTO (c Barathea) 4 wins. 2006: Gan Amhras (g Galileo) Winner at 2, 3rd stanjames.com 2000 Guineas G1. 2007: (c Rock of Gibraltar) 2009: SHANTARAM (c Galileo) 2 wins at 3, Bahrain Trophy G3, 2nd Betfred Derby Trial S G3. 2010: (c New Approach) 2011: (c Galileo) 2nd Dam: FORGET ABOUT IT by Be My Guest. 2 wins at 3. Dam of REMAIN SILENT (c Chester House: Mr Jenney H LR, Robert W Camac Memorial S LR), PAROLE BOARD (c Dynaformer: Jebel Ali Mile LR, 2nd Etisalat Godolphin Mile G2) Broodmare Sire: DARSHAAN. Sire of the dams of 186 Stakes winners. In 2012 - AL KAZEEM Dubawi G2, LAUGH OUT LOUD Clodovil G2, ESTIMATE Monsun G3, HARTANI Shirocco G3, RIDASIYNA Motivator G3, SANDAGIYR Dr Fong G3, SHANTARAM Galileo G3, BAYRIR Medicean LR, GIANT SANDMAN Footstepsinthesand LR, HAWAAFEZ Nayef LR, KISSED Galileo LR, MICHELANGELO Galileo LR, MONTPELIER Ad Valorem LR, VITA NOVA Galileo LR, SOURABAD Halling LR. The Galileo/Darshaan cross has produced: ALANDI G1, MIDAS TOUCH G1, VITA NOVA G1, ADORED G3, PERFECT TRUTH G3, SENSE OF PURPOSE G3, SEVENNA G3, SHANTARAM G3, JANE AUSTEN LR, KISSED LR, MICHELANGELO LR, Gan Amhras G1, New Zealand G1, Betterbetterbetter G3, Leo Gali G3, Zarebiya G3, Acapulco LR, Eternal Bounty LR, Perseida LR.

Northern Dancer Sadler’s Wells Fairy Bridge GALILEO b 98 Miswaki Urban Sea Allegretta SHANTARAM b c 2009 Shirley Heights Darshaan Delsy ALL’S FORGOTTEN b/br 2000 Be My Guest Forget About It You Make Me Real

392 - tyregiant.com Summer Stakes, G3, York, July 13, 6f 1 Gracia Directa (GER) 4 b f Kyllachy (GB) - Glyceria (IRE) (Common Grounds) 2 Sioux Rising (IRE) 6 b f Danetime (IRE) - Arvika (FR) (Baillamont (USA)) 3 Hallelujah (GB) 4 b f Avonbridge (GB) - My Golly (GB) (Mozart (IRE)) Age: 3-4; Starts: 9; Wins: 4; Places: 3 Earnings: £53,928 Sire: KYLLACHY. Sire of 20 Stakes winners. In 2012 - KRYPTON FACTOR Polar Falcon G1, PENITENT Bishop of Cashel G2, DRAGON PULSE Croco Rouge G3, GRACIA DIRECTA Common Grounds G3, NOBLE HACHY Daggers Drawn G3, KILLACHY LOOSE Vettori LR. 1st Dam: GLYCERIA by Common Grounds. 6 wins at 3 and 4 in Germany, Preis der Stadt Baden-Baden LR. Dam of 1 winner: 2001: Glarus (c Bluebird) unraced. 2002: Gazette (f Monsun) unraced. Broodmare. 2003: Galicia Directa (f Monsun) unraced. 2004: Glory Directa (c Silvano) ran on the flat in Germany. Gabriela Directa (f 2006: Tobougg) 2008: GRACIA DIRECTA (f Kyllachy) Sold 27,739gns yearling at BBAGS. 4 wins at 3 and 4 at home, Germany, tyregiant.com Summer S G3, Pfingst - Stutenpreis LR. 2nd Dam: GLORIA by Surumu. 3 wins at 3 in West Germany. Dam of GLYCERIA (f Common Grounds, see above). Grandam of Gainsbury. Broodmare Sire: COMMON GROUNDS. Sire of the dams of 34 Stakes winners. In 2012 - GRACIA DIRECTA Kyllachy G3, PORTIA Bertolini LR.

Polar Falcon Pivotal Fearless Revival KYLLACHY b 98 Song Pretty Poppy Moonlight Serenade GRACIA DIRECTA b f 2008 Kris Common Grounds Sweetly GLYCERIA b 95 Surumu Gloria Gracieuse

393 - Irish TB Marketing Cherry Hinton Stakes, G2, Newmarket, July 13, 6f 1 Sendmylovetorose (GB) 2 b f


international database Bahamian Bounty (GB) - Windy Gulch (USA) (Gulch (USA)) 2 Maureen (IRE) 2 b f Holy Roman Emperor (IRE) - Exotic Mix (FR) (Linamix (FR)) 3 Jadanna (IRE) 2 b f Mujadil (USA) Savannah Poppy (IRE) (Statue of Liberty (USA)) Age: 2; Starts: 3; Wins: 3; Places: 0 Earnings: £70,802 Sire: BAHAMIAN BOUNTY. Sire of 20 Stakes winners. In 2012 SENDMYLOVETOROSE Gulch G2, CAY VERDE Piccolo LR. 1st Dam: WINDY GULCH by Gulch. 4 wins at 4. Dam of 6 winners: 2001: WINDYX (g Linamix) 2 wins at 3 in France. 2002: WINDYA (f Linamix) 3 wins at 3 in France, Grand Prix Inter Regional des 3 Ans LR. Broodmare. 2003: WINDIX (g Linamix) 3 wins over hurdles. 2004: SAMBANA WIND (f Peintre Celebre) 2 wins at 3 and 4 in Spain. 2005: RUDEBOX (c Choisir) 3 wins at 2 and 6 in Italy. 2006: Sochier (f Choisir) unraced. 2007: Miss Cambridge (f Dubawi) unraced. Broodmare. 2008: Loveinasanddune (g Oasis Dream) ran once. 2010: SENDMYLOVETOROSE (f Bahamian Bounty) Sold 4,761gns yearling at DNPRM. 3 wins at 2, Irish TB Marketing Cherry Hinton S G2, Grangecon Stud S G3. 2nd Dam: Wyndalia by Seattle Slew. Third dam of DIDIMO. Broodmare Sire: GULCH. Sire of the dams of 50 Stakes winners. In 2012 SENDMYLOVETOROSE Bahamian Bounty G2, BEWITCH US Daiwa Major LR, CUMULONIMBLE Stormy Atlantic LR, FLAG OFFICER Excites LR.

Young Generation Cadeaux Genereux Smarten Up BAHAMIAN BOUNTY ch 94 Ballad Rock Clarentia Laharden SENDMYLOVETOROSE b f 2010 Mr Prospector Gulch Jameela WINDY GULCH b 95 Seattle Slew Wyndalia Northernette

394 - Etihad Airways Falmouth Stakes, G1, Newmarket, July 13, 8f 1 Giofra (GB) 4 b f Dansili (GB) Gracefully (IRE) (Orpen (USA)) 2 Elusive Kate (USA) 3 b f Elusive

Quality (USA) - Gout de Terroir (USA) (Lemon Drop Kid (USA)) 3 Siyouma (IRE) 4 b f Medicean (GB) Sichilla (IRE) (Danehill (USA)) Age: 3-4; Starts: 6; Wins: 4; Places: 1 Earnings: £242,740 Sire: DANSILI. Sire of 68 Stakes winners. In 2012 - FALLEN FOR YOU Brief Truce G1, GIOFRA Orpen G1, BATED BREATH Distant View G2, PERMIT Swain G2, THOMAS CHIPPENDALE Sadler’s Wells G2, EMULOUS Distant View G3, FAMOUS NAME Quest For Fame G3, FIRE LILY Pivotal G3, THE FUGUE Sadler’s Wells G3, DARK ORCHID Sadler’s Wells LR, DORMELLO Selkirk LR, SOFT SAND Rahy LR, STIPULATE Sadler’s Wells LR. 1st Dam: GRACEFULLY by Orpen. 3 wins at 2, Malaysia Airlines Prestige S G3. Own sister to LADY GRACE and Visionist. Dam of 3 winners: 2006: GUERANDE (f Diesis) Winner at 2 in France. Broodmare. 2007: GRADARA (f Montjeu) 4 wins at 3 and 4 in France, Prix Panacee LR. 2008: GIOFRA (f Dansili) 4 wins at 3 and 4 at home, France, Etihad Airways Falmouth S G1, Prix d’Harcourt G2, Prix Casimir Delamarre LR, 2nd Prix Ganay - Prix Air Mauritius G1. 2009: Guyapi (c Dansili) in training. 2010: (g Pivotal) 2011: Graciously (f Shamardal) 2012: (c Oasis Dream) 2nd Dam: Lady Taufan by Taufan. Own sister to PRINCESS TAUFAN. Dam of GRACEFULLY (f Orpen, see above), LADY GRACE (f Orpen: EBF National Stud Boadicea S LR, 2nd Cuisine de France Summer S G3), Visionist (g Orpen: 3rd Pentax Sirenia S G3) Broodmare Sire: ORPEN. Sire of the dams of 8 Stakes winners. In 2012 GIOFRA Dansili G1, EMPRESS JACKIE Southern Halo G3, SARATOGA BLACK Pyrus G3, WARDER Ivan Denisovich LR.

2 The Cheka (IRE) 6 b g Xaar (GB) Veiled Beauty (USA) (Royal Academy (USA)) 3 Society Rock (IRE) 5 b c Rock of Gibraltar (IRE) - High Society (IRE) (Key of Luck (USA))

(AUS) - Acidanthera (GB) (Alzao (USA)) 2 Birdman (IRE) 2 b c Danehill Dancer (IRE) - Gilded Vanity (IRE) (Indian Ridge) 3 Maxentius (IRE) 2 b c Holy Roman Emperor (IRE) - Guantanamera (IRE) (Sadler’s Wells (USA))

Age: 2-4; Starts: 17; Wins: 5; Places: 8 Earnings: £350,975

Age: 2; Starts: 3; Wins: 2; Places: 1 Earnings: £55,536

Sire: INVINCIBLE SPIRIT. Sire of 58 Stakes winners. In 2012 - MAYSON Pivotal G1, SPIRIT SONG Kingston Rule G2, ALLIED POWERS High Line G3, BEYOND DESIRE Mujtahid G3, LOCKWOOD Machiavellian G3, MOONLIGHT CLOUD Spectrum G3, SPEAKING OF WHICH Mr Prospector G3, FURY Pursuit of Love LR, IMCO SPIRIT Treasure Kay LR, LIBYS DREAM Lemon Drop Kid LR, ONE SPIRIT Forty Niner LR, REQUISITION Pivotal LR, SWISS SPIRIT Indian Ridge LR. 1st Dam: Mayleaf by Pivotal. unraced. Dam of 1 winner: 2008: MAYSON (c Invincible Spirit) 5 wins at 2 and 4, Darley July Cup G1, Pearl Bloodstock Palace House S G3, Connaught Flooring Abernant S LR, 2nd Ripon Champion 2yo Trophy LR, Betfred Wentworth S LR, 3rd Macquarie Group Rous S LR, Williamhill iPhone App Cammidge Trophy LR. 2nd Dam: Bayleaf by Efisio. 1 win at 2, 2nd Flying Fillies’ S LR. Own sister to Baize. Dam of BATHWICK BEAR (g Kodiac: Ripon Champion 2yo Trophy LR), Folio (g Perugino: 3rd betfair.com Molecomb S G3) Broodmare Sire: PIVOTAL. Sire of the dams of 10 Stakes winners. In 2012 MAYSON Invincible Spirit G1, FIRE LILY Dansili G3, MAIN SEQUENCE Aldebaran G3, REQUISITION Invincible Spirit LR. The Invincible Spirit/Pivotal cross has produced: MAYSON G1, REQUISITION LR.

Danzig Danehill Razyana DANSILI b 96 Kahyasi Hasili Kerali GIOFRA b f 2008 Lure Orpen Bonita Francita GRACEFULLY b 2001 Taufan Lady Taufan Guindilla

395 - Darley July Cup, G1, Newmarket, July 14, 6f 1 Mayson (GB) 4 b c Invincible Spirit (IRE) - Mayleaf (GB) (Pivotal (GB))

Danzig Green Desert Foreign Courier INVINCIBLE SPIRIT b 97 Kris Rafha Eljazzi MAYSON b c 2008 Polar Falcon Pivotal Fearless Revival MAYLEAF ch 2003 Efisio Bayleaf Bayonne

Sire: CHOISIR. Sire of 39 Stakes winners. In 2012 - CHOICE BRO Palace Music G1, CELTIC DANCER Kala Dancer G2, OLYMPIC GLORY Alzao G2, GOSSAMER SEED Linamix G3, PSYCHOLOGIST Danzero G3, CHOISIR SHADOW Mujadil LR, SCORPIO QUEEN Royal Academy LR. 1st Dam: ACIDANTHERA by Alzao. Winner at 3. Dam of 4 winners: 2000: (c Pursuit of Love) 2001: Margaret’s Dream (f Muhtarram). Broodmare. 2002: PACIFIC STAR (g Tagula) 2 wins at 3 in Spain. 2004: HE’S A HUMBUG (g Tagula) 4 wins at 2 to 5. 2005: Vica Pota (f King Charlemagne) 2006: MISTER DEE BEE (g Orpen) 4 wins. 2008: Gekko (g Iffraaj) ran. 2009: Apsaty Kyz (f Iffraaj) unraced to date. 2010: OLYMPIC GLORY (c Choisir) Sold 61,904gns yearling at DNPRM. 2 wins at 2, 32red.com Superlative S G2, 2nd Coventry S G2. Broodmare Sire: ALZAO. Sire of the dams of 96 Stakes winners. In 2012 OLYMPIC GLORY Choisir G2, ALL SHAMAR Shamardal G3, AQUAMARINE Deep Impact G3, AIZAVOSKI Monsun LR, LIBERATOR Encosta de Lago LR, MIKKI PUMPKIN Dance In The Dark LR. The Choisir/Alzao cross has produced: OLYMPIC GLORY G2, LUNA NEL POZZO LR.

Danehill Danehill Dancer Mira Adonde CHOISIR ch 99 Lunchtime Great Selection Pensive Mood OLYMPIC GLORY b c 2010 Lyphard Alzao Lady Rebecca ACIDANTHERA b 95 Shirley Heights Amaranthus Amaranda

397 - chrisbeekracing.com Hackwood Stakes, G3, Newbury, July 14, 6f 396 - 32red.com Superlative Stakes, G2, Newmarket, July 14, 7f 1 Olympic Glory (IRE) 2 b c Choisir

1 Soul (AUS) 5 b g Commands (AUS) Marvilha (AUS) (Night Shift (USA)) 2 Firebeam (GB) 4 b g Cadeaux

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Vadawina (IRE) (Unfuwain (USA)) 3 Shahwardi (FR) 6 b g Lando (GER) Shamdara (IRE) (Dr Devious (IRE))

Age: 5; Starts: 5; Wins: 2; Places: 1 Earnings: £127,579

Age: 3-5; Starts: 26; Wins: 5; Places: 10 Earnings: £203,677

Sire: COMMANDS. Sire of 47 Stakes winners. In 2012 - RAIN AFFAIR Octagonal G2, APPEARANCE Grand Lodge G3, QUEEN’S COMMAND Unbridled’s Song G3, SOUL Night Shift G3, EPAULETTE Singspiel LR, FIRST COMMAND Hurricane Sky LR, MASCARERI Grand Lodge LR.

Sire: TAKE RISKS. Sire of 14 Stakes winners. In 2012 - TAC DE BOISTRON Sicyos G2.

1st Dam: Marvilha by Night Shift. unraced. Dam of 1 winner: 2003: Boomerang (g Strategic) unraced. 2004: Slaybaugh (g Viscount) unraced. 2005: Foible (f Octagonal) unraced. 2006: Lockers (g Octagonal) unraced. 2007: SOUL (g Commands) 2 wins at 5 at home, UAE, Danehill Rory’s Jester S G2, chrisbeekracing.com Hackwood S G3, TMB Printing K Kevin Heffernan S LR, 2nd Lister Diesel Eng. Vain S LR, 3rd Perri Cutten Caulfield Sprint G2. 2008: Metaphor (f Commands) unraced. 2009: (f Street Sense) 2nd Dam: Peach by Vain. unraced. Dam of DENMAN (c Lonhro: Toohey’s Golden Rose S G1), PRESERVE (f Canny Lad: Sires’ Produce S G1), RIO OSA (f Canny Lad: Seppelt Wines Festival of Racing Sprint LR, Inglis/htba Dark Jewel Classic LR) Broodmare Sire: NIGHT SHIFT. Sire of the dams of 86 Stakes winners. In 2012 BONFIRE Manduro G2, JOVIALITY Cape Cross G2, MENTAL Lonhro G3, SEDICIOSA Rail Link G3, SOUL Commands G3, REGARDE MOI King’s Best LR, VIRGIN QUEEN Iffraaj LR. The Commands/Night Shift cross has produced: RAREFIED G1, SOUL G2.

1st Dam: Pondiki by Sicyos. Dam of 4 winners: 1996: PONDIMARI (f Marignan) 11 wins at 3 to 6 in France. Broodmare. 1998: Soliki (f Solid Illusion) 2001: Breche de Boitron (f Great Palm) ran over jumps in France. Broodmare. 2004: De Boitron (g Sassanian) 6 wins, 3rd Masterson Holdings SilverTrophy H Stp G2, Ulster Bank H. Chase G2. 2005: LA VIE DE BOITRON (f Lavirco) Winner at 5 in France. 2007: TAC DE BOISTRON (g Take Risks) 5 wins at 3 to 5 in France, Prix Maurice de Nieuil G2, Prix Denisy LR, 2nd Qatar Prix Gladiateur G3, Prix La Moskowa LR, 3rd Prix de BarbevilleBeachcomer Hotels G3. 2009: Rime de Boitron (f Take Risks) unraced to date. 2010: Lys de Boitron (c My Risk) unraced to date. 2nd Dam: Tikiti by Bon Mot III. 1 win at 3 in France, 3rd Prix de la Porte de Passy LR. Dam of Alta (f Luthier: 3rd Prix Belle de Nuit LR), TIKITI DANCER (f Fabulous Dancer: Prix Cambaceres 3yo Hurdle LR, Prix de Chambly Hurdle LR, Prix Sagan Hurdle LR). Grandam of KATIKI, EDGARDO SOL. Third dam of CHANT DE LUNE. Broodmare Sire: SICYOS. Sire of the dams of 17 Stakes winners. In 2012 TAC DE BOISTRON Take Risks G2, BLINGLESS Enrique LR.

Razyana COMMANDS b 96 My Swanee Cotehele House Eight Carat SOUL b g 2007 Northern Dancer Night Shift Ciboulette MARVILHA b 98 Vain Peach Market Maid

Kenmare Highest Honor High River TAKE RISKS gr 89 Be My Guest Baino Bluff Rapids TAC DE BOISTRON b g 2007 Lyphard Sicyos Sigy PONDIKI b 91 Bon Mot III Tikiti Tadjikie

398 - Prix Maurice de Nieuil, G2, Longchamp, July 14, 2800m

399 - Juddmonte Grand Prix de Paris, G1, Longchamp, July 14, 2400m

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1 Imperial Monarch (IRE) 3 b c Galileo (IRE) - Ionian Sea (GB) (Slip Anchor) 2 Last Train (GB) 3 b c Rail Link (GB) -

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Rainbow Lake (GB) (Rainbow Quest (USA)) 3 Saint Baudolino (IRE) 3 b c Pivotal (GB) - Alessandria (GB) (Sunday Silence (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 4; Wins: 3; Places: 0 Earnings: £325,813 Sire: GALILEO. Sire of 115 Stakes winners. In 2012 - FRANKEL Danehill G1, GOLDEN LILAC Danehill G1, IGUGU Intikhab G1, IMPERIAL MONARCH Slip Anchor G1, NATHANIEL Silver Hawk G1, NIWOT Noble Bijou G1, WAS Green Desert G1, GREAT HEAVENS Silver Hawk G2, MAHBOOBA Red Ransom G2, MIKHAIL GLINKA Mark of Esteem G2, ALTANO Lando G3, ASTROLOGY Dr Fong G3, LINTON Centaine G3, SHANTARAM Darshaan G3, GATEWOOD Selkirk LR, KISSED Darshaan LR, MICHELANGELO Darshaan LR, NOBLE MISSION Danehill LR, VITA NOVA Darshaan LR, CELESTIAL HALO High Top LR, VIA GALILEI Danehill LR. 1st Dam: IONIAN SEA by Slip Anchor. 2 wins at 3 in France, Prix Robert de Cholet LR. Dam of 10 winners: 1994: Ithaca (c Groom Dancer) 2 wins at 3 in France, 2nd Prix Berteux G3. 1995: IONOSPERE (c Green Desert) 2 wins at 3 in France. 1996: NAJANO (c Selkirk) Winner at 3 in France. 1998: MARIGOLD (f Marju) 3 wins at 4 and 5. Broodmare. 1999: (f Catrail) 2000: The Great Gatsby (c Sadler’s Wells). Winner at 2, 2nd Vodafone Derby S G1, 3rd Gran Premio di Milano G1. 2001: Magritte (c Sadler’s Wells) Winner at 2, 3rd Racing Post Trophy G1. 2003: Antonicheva (f Sadler’s Wells) unraced. Broodmare. 2005: SPECIAL RESERVE (g Sadler’s Wells) 2 wins at 4. 2006: Roman Empress (f Sadler’s Wells) Winner at 3, 2nd Irish National Stud Blandford S G2, 3rd Darley Yorkshire Oaks G1. Broodmare. 2007: MOUNT ATHOS (g Montjeu) 6 wins at 3 to 5, John Smith’s Silver Cup H LR. 2009: IMPERIAL MONARCH (c Galileo) Sold 210,000gns yearling at TAOC1. 3 wins at 2 and 3 at home, France, Juddmonte Grand Prix de Paris G1, Bet365 Classic Trial G3. 2010: (f Galileo) 2nd Dam: SNOW DAY by Reliance II. 3 wins at 3 in France Prix de Royaumont G3, Prix Fille de l’Air G3, 4th Prix de Malleret G2. Dam of BLUE STAG (c Sadler’s Wells: Dee S LR, 2nd Ever Ready Derby S G1), IONIAN SEA (f Slip Anchor, see above), Oscar (c Sadler’s Wells: 2nd Les Emirats Arabes Unis P.du

Jockey Club G1). Grandam of FROSTED ACLAIM, FYFIELD FLYER. Third dam of SABASHA. Broodmare Sire: SLIP ANCHOR. Sire of the dams of 36 Stakes winners. In 2012 - IMPERIAL MONARCH Galileo G1, MOUNT ATHOS Montjeu LR.

Northern Dancer Sadler’s Wells Fairy Bridge GALILEO b 98 Miswaki Urban Sea Allegretta IMPERIAL MONARCH b c 2009 Shirley Heights Slip Anchor Sayonara IONIAN SEA b 89 Reliance II Snow Day Vindaria

400 - Grosser Preis vom Audi Zentrum Hannover, G2, Hannover, July 15, 1600m 1 Sir Oscar (GER) 5 b c Mark of Esteem (IRE) - Sintenis (GER) (Polish Precedent (USA)) 2 Worthadd (IRE) 5 b c Dubawi (IRE) Wigman (USA) (Rahy (USA)) 3 Amarillo (IRE) 3 b c Holy Roman Emperor (IRE) - Alte Kunst (IRE) (Royal Academy (USA)) Age: 2-5; Starts: 19; Wins: 3; Places: 10 Earnings: £111,043 Sire: MARK OF ESTEEM. Sire of 33 Stakes winners. In 2012 - SIR OSCAR Polish Precedent G2. 1st Dam: SINTENIS by Polish Precedent. 2 wins at 2 and 3 in Germany. Dam of 7 winners: 1997: SCHATTENSPIEL (f Second Set) 4 wins at 3 and 4 in Germany. Broodmare. 1998: SOLJANKA (f Halling) 2 wins at 3 and 4 in Germany. Dam of SCHILLER DANON (c Samum: 3 wins at 3 and 4 in Germany, Preis der Ostdeutschen Sparkassen LR, 3rd Hessen Pokal G3) 1999: SYNDACO (c Surumu) 4 wins at 2 to 4 in Switzerland. 2000: SHIRAZ (c Bigstone) 10 wins in Switzerland. 2001: STERNFELD (c Monsun) 2 wins. 2003: SINTENIS MAC (g Pivotal) Winner at 5. 2005: Star of Gracie (f Samum) unraced. 2007: SIR OSCAR (c Mark of Esteem) Sold 8,403gns yearling at BBAGO. 3 wins at 3 to 5 in France, Germany, Grosser Preis vom Audi Zentrum Hannover G2, Prix Montretout LR, 3rd Badener Meile mit der


international database Superdreierwette G3. 2008: Shine A Light (f Samum) ran on the flat in France, Germany. 2nd Dam: SATINETTE by Shirley Heights. 2 wins May Hill S G3. Broodmare Sire: POLISH PRECEDENT. Sire of the dams of 36 Stakes winners. In 2012 - POLISH KNIGHT Encosta de Lago G2, SIR OSCAR Mark of Esteem G2. The Mark of Esteem/Polish Precedent cross has produced: SIR OSCAR G2, Plein d’Estime LR.

Shirley Heights Darshaan Delsy MARK OF ESTEEM b 93 Ajdal Homage Home Love SIR OSCAR b c 2007 Danzig Polish Precedent Past Example SINTENIS ch 92 Shirley Heights Satinette Silk Stocking

USA 401 - MARJORIE L EVERETT HANDICAP, G2, Hollywood Park, May 19, 8f 110yds 1 Include Me Out (USA) 4 b/br f Include (USA) - Don’t Trick Her (USA) (Mazel Trick (USA)) 2 Ellafitz (USA) 5 b f Tiznow (USA) - Skat Girl (USA) (Dixieland Band (USA)) 3 Caelis (GB) 4 b f Avonbridge (GB) Shona (USA) (Lyphard (USA)) 402 - HANSHIN CUP STAKES, G3, Arlington International, May 19, 8f 1 Havelock (USA) 5 b g Great Notion (USA) - Piconeach (NZ) (Spectacular Love (USA)) 2 Lonesome Street (USA) 5 ch c Broken Vow (USA) - Street Cat (USA) (Storm Cat (USA)) 3 Scotus (USA) 4 b/br c Successful Appeal (USA) - Devine (USA) (Seattle Slew (USA)) 403 - ECLIPSE STAKES, G3, Woodbine, May 26, 1600m 1 Hunters Bay (USA) 5 b c Ghostzapper (USA) - Smok’n Frolic (USA) (Smoke Glacken (USA)) 2 Mister Marti Gras (USA) 5 ch g Belong To Me (USA) - Miss Marta (USA) (Cure The Blues (USA)) 3 Hothersal (CAN) 4 b/br c Smart Strike

(CAN) - Steel Shed (USA) (Theatrical) 404 - AMERICAN HANDICAP, G2, Hollywood Park, May 26, 8f 1 Wilkinson (USA) 4 b/br c Lemon Drop Kid (USA) - Tasha’s Delight (USA) (Afternoon Deelites (USA)) 2 Mr Commons (USA) 4 b c Artie Schiller (USA) - Joustabout (USA) (Apalachee (USA)) 3 Liberian Freighter (USA) 7 b/br g Bertrando (USA) - Anachristina (USA) (Slewpy (USA)) 405 - LOUISVILLE HANDICAP, G3, Churchill Downs, May 26, 12f 1 Simmard (USA) 7 ch c Dixieland Band (USA) - Dibs (USA) (Spectacular Bid (USA)) 2 Joinem (USA) 5 b/br g Johar (USA) Keemoon (FR) (Goldneyev (USA)) 3 Tahoe Lake (BRZ) 6 b g Know Heights (IRE) - Tutto Charm (BRZ) (Roi Normand (USA)) 406 - SHEEPSHEAD BAY STAKES, G2, Belmont Park, May 26, 11f 1 Aruna (USA) 5 b/br f Mr Greeley (USA) - Surya (USA) (Unbridled (USA)) 2 Hit It Rich (USA) 5 gr/ro f Smart Strike (CAN) - Cuando Puede (USA) (Lord At War (ARG)) 3 Principal Role (USA) 5 b f Empire Maker (USA) - Interim (GB) (Sadler’s Wells (USA)) 407 - ARLINGTON MATRON STAKES, G3, Arlington International, May 26, 9f 1 Upperline (USA) 5 b f Maria’s Mon (USA) - Snowflake (IRE) (Caerleon (USA)) 2 Hooh Why (USA) 6 ch f Cloud Hopping (USA) - Magic Merger (USA) (Corporate Report (USA)) 3 Ariana D (USA) 6 b/br f Rock Slide (USA) - Derby Tie (USA) (Black Tie Affair) 408 - CONNAUGHT CUP STAKES, G2, Woodbine, May 27, 1400m 1 Something Extra (USA) 4 b/br c Indian Charlie (USA) - Our Mariah (USA) (Mt Livermore (USA)) 2 Big Band Sound (USA) 5 b c Bernstein (USA) - Ensnare (USA) (Seeking The Gold (USA)) 3 Artic Fern (CAN) 5 b/br g Langfuhr (CAN) - Wood Fern (CAN) (Woodman (USA))

409 - VIOLET STAKES, G3, Monmouth Park, May 28, 8f 110yds 1 Ruthenia (USA) 4 b f Pulpit (USA) Ruthian (USA) (Rahy (USA)) 2 Pinch Pie (USA) 4 b f Victory Gallop (CAN) - Romp and Stomp (USA) (Olympio (USA)) 3 Unbridled Humor (USA) 5 gr/ro f Distorted Humor (USA) - Devotion Unbridled (USA) (Unbridled (USA)) 410 - LONE STAR PARK HANDICAP, G3, Lone Star Park, May 28, 8f 110yds 1 Nates Mineshaft (USA) 5 b c Mineshaft (USA) - Angel’s Tearlet (CAN) (Silver Deputy (CAN)) 2 Get in Da House (USA) 4 ch g Grand Appointment (USA) - Grable (USA) (Dehere (USA)) 3 Night Party (USA) 4 ch c Rahy (USA) Revolutionary Act (USA) (Boston Harbor (USA)) 411 - LOS ANGELES HANDICAP, G3, Hollywood Park, May 28, 6f 1 Roman Threat (USA) 4 b/br g Roman Ruler (USA) - Shameful (USA) (Flying Chevron (USA)) 2 Centralinteligence (USA) 4 ch g Smarty Jones (USA) - Shootforthestars (USA) (Seattle Slew (USA)) 3 Camp Victory (USA) 5 b/br g Forest Camp (USA) - Victory Trick (CAN) (Clever Trick (USA)) 412 - GAMELY STAKES, G1, Hollywood Park, May 28, 9f 1 Belle Royale (IRE) 4 b/br f Val Royal (FR) - Kahyasi Moll (IRE) (Brief Truce (USA)) 2 Quiet Oasis (IRE) 4 b f Oasis Dream (GB) - Silent Heir (AUS) (Sunday Silence (USA)) 3 Capital Plan (USA) 4 b f Rock Hard Ten (USA) - Miss Dahlia (USA) (Strawberry Road (AUS)) 413 - BERKELEY HANDICAP, G3, Golden Gate, May 28, 8f 110yds 1 Awesome Gem (USA) 9 ch g Awesome Again (CAN) - Piano (USA) (Pentelicus (USA)) 2 Hudson Landing (USA) 5 ch c Maria’s Mon (USA) - Morning Star (CAN) (Shotiche (USA)) 3 Anthony’s Cross (USA) 4 b c Indian Charlie (USA) - Screening (USA) (Unbridled (USA))

414 - TVG ACORN STAKES, G1, Belmont Park, May 28, 8f 1 Contested (USA) 3 b f Ghostzapper (USA) - Gold Vault (USA) (Arch (USA)) 2 Zo Impressive (USA) 3 gr/ro f Hard Spun (USA) - Zoftig (USA) (Cozzene (USA)) 3 Aubby K (USA) 3 b/br f Street Sense (USA) - Lilly Capote (USA) (Capote (USA)) 415 - SANDS POINT STAKES, G2, Belmont Park, May 28, 8f 110yds 1 Better Lucky (USA) 3 b f Ghostzapper (USA) - Sahara Gold (USA) (Seeking The Gold (USA)) 2 Regalo Mia (USA) 3 b f Sligo Bay (IRE) Shake It Up (USA) (Red Bullet (USA)) 3 Zultanite (USA) 3 b/br f El Corredor (USA) - Roaming Wild (USA) (Wild Again (USA)) 416 - OGDEN PHIPPS HANDICAP, G1, Belmont Park, May 28, 8f 110yds 1 It’s Tricky (USA) 4 b f Mineshaft (USA) - Catboat (USA) (Tale of The Cat (USA)) 2 Cash for Clunkers (USA) 4 b f Tiznow (USA) - Miss Dixie Dreamer (USA) (Dixieland Band (USA)) 3 Awesome Maria (USA) 5 gr/ro f Maria’s Mon (USA) - Discreetly Awesome (USA) (Awesome Again (CAN)) 417 - METROPOLITAN HANDICAP, G1, Belmont Park, May 28, 8f 1 Shackleford (USA) 4 ch c Forestry (USA) - Oatsee (USA) (Unbridled (USA)) 2 Caleb’s Posse (USA) 4 b c Posse (USA) - Abbey’s Missy (USA) (Slewacide (USA)) 3 To Honor And Serve (USA) 4 b c Bernardini (USA) - Pilfer (USA) (Deputy Minister (CAN)) 418 - NASSAU STAKES, G2, Woodbine, June 2, 1600m 1 Marketing Mix (CAN) 4 b/br f Medaglia d’Oro (USA) - Instant Thought (USA) (Kris S (USA)) 2 Roxy Gap (CAN) 4 b f Indian Charlie (USA) - Harts Gap (USA) (Saint Ballado (CAN)) 3 Indian Pond (CAN) 4 b/br f Speightstown (USA) - Schooner Bay (CAN) (Archers Bay (CAN)) 419 - CALIFORNIAN STAKES, G2, Hollywood Park, June 2, 9f 1 Game On Dude (USA) 5 b/br g

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international database Awesome Again (CAN) - Worldly Pleasure (USA) (Devil His Due (USA)) 2 Kettle Corn (USA) 5 b c Candy Ride (ARG) - Somethingbeautiful (USA) (Lil E Tee (USA)) 3 Prayer For Relief (USA) 4 b/br c Jump Start (USA) - Sparklin Lil (USA) (Mr Sparkles (USA)) 420 - WINNING COLORS STAKES, G3, Churchill Downs, June 2, 6f 1 Island Bound (USA) 5 b/br f Speightstown (USA) - Indy Mood for Luv (USA) (A P Indy (USA)) 2 Beat the Blues (USA) 5 b f Great Pyramid (IRE) - Imtheblues (USA) (Pentelicus (USA)) 3 Speedacious (USA) 5 b f Yankee Gentleman (USA) - Blushing Trish (USA) (Rahy (USA)) 421 - EARLY TIMES MINT JULEP HANDICAP, G3, Churchill Downs, June 2, 8f 110yds 1 Bizzy Caroline (USA) 4 b/br f Afleet Alex (USA) - Sacre Coeur (USA) (Saint Ballado (CAN)) 2 Heavenly Landing (USA) 5 b f Pulpit (USA) - Peace River Lady (USA) (Woodman (USA)) 3 Hard Seven (USA) 4 b f Rock Hard Ten (USA) - Essence of Success (USA) (Deputy Minister (CAN)) 422 - ARISTIDES STAKES, G3, Churchill Downs, June 2, 6f 1 Rothko (USA) 4 b c Arch (USA) Raspberry Eggcream (USA) (Time For A Change (USA)) 2 Will’s Wildcat (USA) 4 ch c Eurosilver (USA) - Wildcat Lady (USA) (Forest Wildcat (USA)) 3 Whiskey Rebellion (USA) 3 b c Forestry (USA) - Running Debate (USA) (Open Forum (USA)) 423 - VAGRANCY HANDICAP, G2, Belmont Park, June 2, 6f 110yds 1 C C’s Pal (USA) 5 b f Alex’s Pal (USA) Roca (USA) (Noactor (USA)) 2 Nicole H (USA) 5 b/br f Mr Greeley (USA) - Hot Chipotle (USA) (Victory Gallop (CAN)) 3 She’s Cheeky (USA) 7 b f Black Minnaloushe (USA) - Zadkiel (USA) (Saint Ballado (CAN)) 424 - AFFIRMED HANDICAP, G3, Hollywood Park, June 3, 8f 110yds 1 Nonios (USA) 3 b/br c Pleasantly Perfect (USA) - Stylish Manner (USA) (Touch Gold (USA))

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2 Liaison (USA) 3 b c Indian Charlie (USA) - Galloping Gal (USA) (Victory Gallop (CAN)) 3 Holy Candy (USA) 3 gr/ro c Candy Ride (ARG) - Spooky Minister (USA) (Deputy Minister (CAN)) 425 - JAIPUR STAKES, G3, Belmont Park, June 8, 7f 1 Upgrade (USA) 5 b c Saint Liam (USA) - Emily Ring (USA) (Fit To Fight (USA)) 2 Right One (FR) 6 b c Anabaa (USA) Riziere (FR) (Groom Dancer (USA)) 3 Yield Bogey (USA) 8 b g Langfuhr (CAN) - Upper Noosh (USA) (Red Ransom (USA)) 426 - BROOKLYN HANDICAP, G2, Belmont Park, June 8, 12f 1 Redeemed (USA) 4 b c Include (USA) - Early Mass (USA) (Pleasant Tap (USA)) 2 Eldaafer (USA) 7 b/br g A P Indy (USA) - Habibti (USA) (Tabasco Cat (USA)) 3 Arthur’s Tale (USA) 4 b c Bernardini (USA) - Owsley (USA) (Harlan (USA)) 427 - HONEYMOON HANDICAP, G2, Hollywood Park, June 9, 9f 1 My Gi Gi (USA) 3 b f E Dubai (USA) Relish The Thought (IRE) (Sadler’s Wells (USA)) 2 Lady of Shamrock (USA) 3 b/br f Scat Daddy (USA) - Blushing Issue (USA) (Blushing John (USA)) 3 Stormy Lucy (USA) 3 b f Stormy Atlantic (USA) - Here Comes Lucinda (USA) (Dixieland Band (USA)) 428 - CHARLES WHITTINGHAM MEMORIAL HANDICAP, G1, Hollywood Park, June 9, 10f 1 Acclamation (USA) 6 b c Unusual Heat (USA) - Winning In Style (USA) (Silveyville (USA)) 2 Slim Shadey (GB) 4 b/br g Val Royal (FR) - Vino Veritas (USA) (Chief’s Crown (USA)) 3 Utopian (USA) 5 b/br c Rock Hard Ten (USA) - Storm Alert (USA) (Storm Cat (USA)) 429 - WOODY STEPHENS STAKES, G2, Belmont Park, June 9, 7f 1 Trinniberg (USA) 3 b/br c Teuflesberg (USA) - Bella Dorato (USA) (Goldminers Gold (CAN)) 2 Currency Swap (USA) 3 b c High Cotton (USA) - Echo Bluff (USA) (Pine Bluff (USA)) 3 Il Villano (USA) 3 gr/ro c Pollard’s Vision (USA) - Do The Wekiva (USA)

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(Wekiva Springs (USA)) 430 - WOODFORD RESERVE MANHATTAN HANDICAP, G1, Belmont Park, June 9, 10f 1 Desert Blanc (GB) 4 b c Desert Style (IRE) - Lumiere Rouge (FR) (Indian Ridge) 2 Papaw Bodie (USA) 5 b/br c Strong Hope (USA) - Trillion Wing (USA) (In The Wings) 3 Boisterous (USA) 5 b/br c Distorted Humor (USA) - Emanating (USA) (Cox’s Ridge (USA)) 431 - TRUE NORTH HANDICAP, G2, Belmont Park, June 9, 6f 1 Caixa Eletronica (USA) 7 ch c Arromanches (USA) - Edyta (USA) (Skip Away (USA)) 2 Justin Phillip (USA) 4 b/br c First Samurai (USA) - Ava Knowsthecode (USA) (Cryptoclearance (USA)) 3 Smiling Tiger (USA) 5 ch c Hold That Tiger (USA) - Shandra Smiles (USA) (Cahill Road (USA)) 432 - LONGINES JUST A GAME STAKES, G1, Belmont Park, June 9, 8f 1 Tapitsfly (USA) 5 gr/ro f Tapit (USA) Flying Marlin (USA) (Marlin (USA)) 2 Winter Memories (USA) 4 gr/ro f El Prado (IRE) - Memories of Silver (USA) (Silver Hawk (USA)) 3 Hungry Island (USA) 4 b f More Than Ready (USA) - Flying Passage (USA) (A P Indy (USA)) 433 - BELMONT STAKES, G1, Belmont Park, June 9, 12f 1 Union Rags (USA) 3 b c Dixie Union (USA) - Tempo (USA) (Gone West (USA)) 2 Paynter (USA) 3 b c Awesome Again (CAN) - Tizso (USA) (Cee’s Tizzy (USA)) 3 Atigun (USA) 3 b c Istan (USA) - Rimini Road (USA) (Dynaformer (USA)) 434 - MONMOUTH STAKES, G2, Monmouth Park, June 10, 9f 1 Data Link (USA) 4 b c War Front (USA) - Database (USA) (Known Fact (USA)) 2 Get Stormy (USA) 6 b c Stormy Atlantic (USA) - Foolish Gal (USA) (Kiri’s Clown (USA)) 3 Get Serious (USA) 8 ch g City Zip (USA) - Java Gal (USA) (Java Gold (USA)) 435 - VANITY HANDICAP, G1, Hollywood Park, June 16, 9f 1 Love Theway Youare (USA) 4 b/br f

Arch (USA) - Diversa (USA) (Tabasco Cat (USA)) 2 Include Me Out (USA) 4 b/br f Include (USA) - Don’t Trick Her (USA) (Mazel Trick (USA)) 3 Zafeen’s Pearl (GB) 5 ch f Zafeen (FR) Deep Sea Pearl (GB) (Dr Fong (USA)) 436 - OBEAH STAKES, G3, Delaware Park, June 16, 9f 1 Love And Pride (USA) 4 b/br f A P Indy (USA) - Ile de France (USA) (Storm Cat (USA)) 2 Tiz Miz Sue (USA) 5 b/br f Tiznow (USA) - Sue’s Good News (USA) (Woodman (USA)) 3 Check Point (USA) 6 b f Posse (USA) Turning Point (USA) (Rahy (USA)) 437 - EDWARD P EVANS ALL ALONG STAKES, G3, Colonial Downs, June 16, 9f 1 Snow Top Mountain (USA) 5 gr/ro f Najran (USA) - Motokiks (USA) (Storm Cat (USA)) 2 Clare Skies Ahead (USA) 5 ch f Sky Classic (CAN) - Runaway Clare (USA) (Runaway Groom (CAN)) 3 Shimmering Moment (USA) 5 ch f Afleet Alex (USA) - Vassar (USA) (Royal Academy (USA)) 438 - STEPHEN FOSTER HANDICAP, G1, Churchill Downs, June 16, 9f 1 Ron The Greek (USA) 5 b c Full Mandate (USA) - Flambe’ (USA) (Fortunate Prospect (USA)) 2 Wise Dan (USA) 5 ch g Wiseman’s Ferry (USA) - Lisa Danielle (USA) (Wolf Power (SAF)) 3 Nates Mineshaft (USA) 5 b c Mineshaft (USA) - Angel’s Tearlet (CAN) (Silver Deputy (CAN)) 439 - REGRET STAKES, G3, Churchill Downs, June 16, 9f 1 Centre Court (USA) 3 b/br f Smart Strike (CAN) - Let (USA) (A P Indy (USA)) 2 Colonial Flag (USA) 3 b/br f Pleasant Tap (USA) - Silk n’ Sapphire (USA) (Smart Strike (CAN)) 3 Treasured Up (USA) 3 b/br f Medaglia d’Oro (USA) - Melisma (USA) (Well Decorated (USA)) 440 - MATT WINN STAKES, G3, Churchill Downs, June 16, 8f 110yds 1 Neck ‘n Neck (USA) 3 b/br c Flower Alley (USA) - Bootery (USA) (Storm Boot (USA)) 2 Stealcase (USA) 3 ch c Lawyer Ron (USA) - Steal The Show (USA) (Cat Thief


international database (USA)) 3 Macho Macho (USA) 3 gr/ro c Macho Uno (USA) - Dazzling Contrast (USA) (General Meeting (USA)) 441 - FLEUR DE LIS HANDICAP, G2, Churchill Downs, June 16, 9f 1 Royal Delta (USA) 4 b/br f Empire Maker (USA) - Delta Princess (USA) (A P Indy (USA)) 2 Afleeting Lady (USA) 5 b f Afleet Alex (USA) - Oatsee (USA) (Unbridled (USA)) 3 St John’s River (USA) 4 b f Include (USA) - Adventurous Di (USA) (Private Account (USA)) 442 - HILL PRINCE STAKES, G3, Belmont Park, June 16, 8f 1 Summer Front (USA) 3 b c War Front (USA) - Rose of Summer (USA) (El Prado (IRE)) 2 Howe Great (USA) 3 b/br c Hat Trick (JPN) - Ginger Sea (SAF) (Western Winter (USA)) 3 Film Shot (USA) 3 b/br c Distorted Humor (USA) - Film Maker (USA) (Dynaformer (USA)) 443 - PEGASUS STAKES, G3, Monmouth Park, June 17, 8f 110yds 1 Le Bernardin (USA) 3 b/br c Bernardini (USA) - La Rosa (USA) (Wild Again (USA)) 2 Easter Gift (USA) 3 b c Hard Spun (USA) - Angel Gift (USA) (Allen’s Prospect (USA)) 3 Good Morning Diva (USA) 3 b/br c Lion Heart (USA) - Missy’s Advantage (USA) (Tactical Advantage (USA)) 444 - BOILING SPRINGS STAKES, G3, Monmouth Park, June 23, 8f 110yds 1 Dancing Solo (USA) 3 ch f Giant’s Causeway (USA) - Dancing Alone (USA) (Kingmambo (USA)) 2 Zultanite (USA) 3 b/br f El Corredor (USA) - Roaming Wild (USA) (Wild Again (USA)) 3 Somali Lemonade (USA) 3 b f Lemon Drop Kid (USA) - Chic Corine (USA) (Nureyev (USA)) 445 - HOLLYWOOD OAKS, G2, Hollywood Park, June 23, 8f 110yds 1 Potesta (USA) 3 b/br f Macho Uno (USA) - Katzen (USA) (Furiously (USA)) 2 Eden’s Moon (USA) 3 b f Malibu Moon (USA) - Eden’s Causeway (USA) (Giant’s Causeway (USA)) 3 Via Villaggio (USA) 3 b/br f Bernardini (USA) - Hoh Buzzard (IRE) (Alhaarth (IRE))

446 - DEBUTANTE STAKES, G3, Churchill Downs, June 23, 6f 1 Blueeyesintherein (USA) 2 b/br f Magna Graduate (USA) - Tartufi (USA) (Mr Greeley (USA)) 2 Quiet Success (USA) 2 b/br f Successful Appeal (USA) - Silenzia (USA) (Quiet American (USA)) 3 Shesakitty (USA) 2 gr/ro f Tapit (USA) Call the Kitty (USA) (Langfuhr (CAN)) 447 - MOTHER GOOSE STAKES, G1, Belmont Park, June 23, 8f 110yds 1 Zo Impressive (USA) 3 gr/ro f Hard Spun (USA) - Zoftig (USA) (Cozzene (USA)) 2 Disposablepleasure (USA) 3 gr/ro f Giacomo (USA) - My Canada (CAN) (With Approval (CAN)) 3 Believe You Can (USA) 3 b/br f Proud Citizen (USA) - El Fasto (USA) (El Prado (IRE)) 448 - TVG KING EDWARD STAKES, G2, Woodbine, June 24, 1600m 1 Riding The River (USA) 5 b c Wiseman’s Ferry (USA) - Glow Ruby Go (USA) (Rubiano (USA)) 2 Big Band Sound (USA) 5 b c Bernstein (USA) - Ensnare (USA) (Seeking The Gold (USA)) 3 Hollinger (CAN) 5 gr/ro g Black Minnaloushe (USA) - Dynamite Cocktail (USA) (Dynaformer (USA)) 449 - SINGSPIEL STAKES, G3, Woodbine, June 24, 2400m 1 Musketier (GER) 10 gr/ro c Acatenango (GER) - Myth And Reality (GB) (Linamix (FR)) 2 Simmard (USA) 7 ch c Dixieland Band (USA) - Dibs (USA) (Spectacular Bid (USA)) 3 Cognashene (CAN) 5 b/br g Dynaformer (USA) - Catch The Ring (CAN) (Seeking The Gold (USA)) 450 - HIGHLANDER STAKES, G2, Woodbine, June 24, 1200m 1 Smokey Fire (CAN) 7 gr/ro g Smoke Glacken (USA) - Destroy (CAN) (Housebuster (USA)) 2 Essence Hit Man (CAN) 5 ch g Speightstown (USA) - El Prado Essence (USA) (El Prado (IRE)) 3 Gypsy Ring (CAN) 6 b/br g Where’s The Ring (USA) - Gypsy Genna (CAN) (Varick (USA))

451 - BEVERLY HILLS HANDICAP, G3, Hollywood Park, June 24, 10f 1 Capital Plan (USA) 4 b f Rock Hard Ten (USA) - Miss Dahlia (USA) (Strawberry Road (AUS)) 2 Cambina (IRE) 4 ch f Hawk Wing (USA) - Await (IRE) (Peintre Celebre (USA)) 3 Quaintly (USA) 4 b f Giant’s Causeway (USA) - Measure (USA) (Seeking The Gold (USA)) 452 - PRAIRIE MEADOWS CORNHUSKER HANDICAP, G3, Prairie Meadows, June 30, 9f 1 Fort Larned (USA) 4 b c E Dubai (USA) - Arlucea (USA) (Broad Brush (USA)) 2 Successful Dan (USA) 6 b g Successful Appeal (USA) - Lisa Danielle (USA) (Wolf Power (SAF)) 3 Awesome Gem (USA) 9 ch g Awesome Again (CAN) - Piano (USA) (Pentelicus (USA)) 453 - IOWA OAKS, G3, Prairie Meadows, June 30, 8f 110yds 1 Uptown Bertie (USA) 3 b/br f More Than Ready (USA) - De Bertie (USA) (De Niro (USA)) 2 Ice Cream Silence (USA) 3 b/br f Street Sense (USA) - Double Scoop (USA) (Seeking The Gold (USA)) 3 Emona (USA) 3 b/br f Hat Trick (JPN) Aroarable (USA) (Roar (USA)) 454 - IOWA DERBY, G3, Prairie Meadows, June 30, 8f 110yds 1 Hansen (USA) 3 gr/ro c Tapit (USA) Stormy Sunday (USA) (Sir Cat (USA)) 2 Hero of Order (USA) 3 b/br c Sharp Humor (USA) - Ocean Sprite (USA) (Ocean Crest (USA)) 3 Macho Bull (USA) 3 gr/ro c Macho Uno (USA) - Time Is Tight (USA) (Crafty Prospector (USA)) 455 - EATONTOWN HANDICAP, G3, Monmouth Park, June 30, 8f 110yds 1 Silver Screamer (USA) 4 gr/ro f Cozzene (USA) - West Sider (USA) (Gone West (USA)) 2 Heavenly Landing (USA) 5 b f Pulpit (USA) - Peace River Lady (USA) (Woodman (USA)) 3 Unbridled Humor (USA) 5 gr/ro f Distorted Humor (USA) - Devotion Unbridled (USA) (Unbridled (USA)) 456 - TRIPLE BEND HANDICAP, G1, Hollywood Park, June 30, 7f 1 Camp Victory (USA) 5 b/br g Forest

Camp (USA) - Victory Trick (CAN) (Clever Trick (USA)) 2 The Factor (USA) 4 gr/ro c War Front (USA) - Greyciousness (USA) (Miswaki (USA)) 3 Mobilized (USA) 6 b/br c Soul of the Matter (USA) - Valleyofthebells (USA) (Red Ransom (USA)) 457 - SHOEMAKER MILE STAKES, G1, Hollywood Park, June 30, 8f 1 Jeranimo (USA) 6 b c Congaree (USA) - Jera (USA) (Jeblar (USA)) 2 Suggestive Boy (ARG) 4 b c Easing Along (USA) - Suffrage (USA) (Horse Chestnut (SAF)) 3 Little Mike (USA) 5 b g Spanish Steps (USA) - Hay Jude (USA) (Wavering Monarch (USA)) 458 - BASHFORD MANOR STAKES, G3, Churchill Downs, June 30, 6f 1 Circle Unbroken (USA) 2 b/br c Broken Vow (USA) - Baldomera (USA) (Doneraile Court (USA)) 2 Positively (USA) 2 b c Distorted Humor (USA) - Macoumba (USA) (Mr Prospector (USA)) 3 Special Jo (USA) 2 b c Johannesburg (USA) - Quiet City (USA) (Carson City (USA)) 459 - NEW YORK STAKES, G2, Belmont Park, June 30, 10f 1 Mystical Star (USA) 4 b f Ghostzapper (USA) - Capture a Star (USA) (Capote (USA)) 2 Aruna (USA) 5 b/br f Mr Greeley (USA) - Surya (USA) (Unbridled (USA)) 3 Hit It Rich (USA) 5 gr/ro f Smart Strike (CAN) - Cuando Puede (USA) (Lord At War (ARG)) 460 - DWYER STAKES, G2, Belmont Park, June 30, 8f 110yds 1 Teeth of The Dog (USA) 3 b c Bluegrass Cat (USA) - Deputy Reality (USA) (Deputy Minister (CAN)) 2 Fast Falcon (USA) 3 ch c Awesome Again (CAN) - My Chickadee (USA) (Pleasant Tap (USA)) 3 Morgan’s Guerrilla (USA) 3 ch c Ghostzapper (USA) - Rutledge Ballado (USA) (Saint Ballado (CAN)) 461 - CHICAGO HANDICAP, G3, Arlington International, June 30, 7f 1 Kitty in a Tizzy (USA) 5 b f Tiznow (USA) - Puma Kitten (USA) (Storm Cat (USA)) 2 Maude S (USA) 4 b f Jump Start (USA) - Tropical Gardens (USA) (Thunder

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international database Gulch (USA)) 3 Ariana D (USA) 6 b/br f Rock Slide (USA) - Derby Tie (USA) (Black Tie Affair) 462 - DOMINION DAY STAKES, G3, Woodbine, July 1, 2000m 1 Hunters Bay (USA) 5 b c Ghostzapper (USA) - Smok’n Frolic (USA) (Smoke Glacken (USA)) 2 Pender Harbour (CAN) 4 ch g Philanthropist (USA) - Uproar (CAN) (Hail The Ruckus (CAN)) 3 Stately Victor (USA) 5 b c Ghostzapper (USA) - Collect The Cash (USA) (Dynaformer (USA)) 463 - FIRECRACKER HANDICAP, G2, Churchill Downs, July 1, 8f 1 Guys Reward (USA) 5 b/br c Grand Reward (USA) - Beach View (USA) (Mr Greeley (USA)) 2 Seruni (USA) 5 ch g Saint Liam (USA) Lady Melesi (USA) (Colonial Affair (USA)) 3 Night Party (USA) 4 ch c Rahy (USA) Revolutionary Act (USA) (Boston Harbor (USA)) 464 - BED O’ ROSES HANDICAP, G3, Belmont Park, July 1, 7f 1 Derwin’s Star (USA) 5 ch f Wildcat Heir (USA) - Powerful Package (USA) (Star de Naskra (USA)) 2 Catch A Thief (USA) 5 b/br f Flatter (USA) - Nabbed (USA) (Red Ransom (USA)) 3 C C’s Pal (USA) 5 b f Alex’s Pal (USA) Roca (USA) (Noactor (USA)) 465 - RED BANK STAKES, G3, Monmouth Park, July 4, 8f 1 Get Serious (USA) 8 ch g City Zip (USA) - Java Gal (USA) (Java Gold (USA)) 2 El Commodore (USA) 5 b c El Prado (IRE) - Fancy Clancy (USA) (Rahy (USA)) 3 Queen’splatekitten (CAN) 4 b/br c Kitten’s Joy (USA) - Iteration (USA) (Wild Again (USA)) 466 - SWAPS STAKES, G2, Hollywood Park, July 4, 9f 1 Blueskiesnrainbows (USA) 3 ch c English Channel (USA) - Cho Cho San (USA) (Deputy Minister (CAN)) 2 Nonios (USA) 3 b/br c Pleasantly Perfect (USA) - Stylish Manner (USA) (Touch Gold (USA)) 3 Liaison (USA) 3 b c Indian Charlie (USA) - Galloping Gal (USA) (Victory Gallop (CAN))

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467 - POKER STAKES, G3, Belmont Park, July 4, 8f 1 Clear Attempt (USA) 4 b/br c A P Indy (USA) - Silent Sighs (USA) (Benchmark (USA)) 2 Compliance Officer (USA) 6 b/br c Officer (USA) - Purple Hills (USA) (Dynaformer (USA)) 3 Yield Bogey (USA) 8 b g Langfuhr (CAN) - Upper Noosh (USA) (Red Ransom (USA)) 468 - OHIO DERBY, G3, Thistledown, July 7, 8f 110yds 1 Prospective (USA) 3 b/br c Malibu Moon (USA) - Spirited Away (USA) (Awesome Again (CAN)) 2 Politicallycorrect (USA) 3 b/br c Kitten’s Joy (USA) - Exceedexpectations (USA) (Tale of The Cat (USA)) 3 Z Rockstar (USA) 3 gr/ro c Rockport Harbor (USA) - Nasty Little Star (USA) (Nasty And Bold (USA)) 469 - UNITED NATIONS STAKES, G1, Monmouth Park, July 7, 11f 1 Turbo Compressor (USA) 4 b c Halo’s Image (USA) - Dixieland Event (USA) (Wild Event (USA)) 2 Air Support (USA) 4 b c Smart Strike (CAN) - Gaze (USA) (Danzig (USA)) 3 Al Khali (USA) 6 b c Medaglia d’Oro (USA) - Maya (USA) (Capote (USA)) 470 - MONMOUTH CUP STAKES, G2, Monmouth Park, July 7, 8f 1 Rule (USA) 5 b/br c Roman Ruler (USA) - Rockcide (USA) (Personal Flag (USA)) 2 Flat Out (USA) 6 b c Flatter (USA) Cresta Lil (USA) (Cresta Rider (USA)) 3 Sloane Ranger (USA) 6 b/br g Parker’s Storm Cat (USA) - Toppenish (USA) (You and I (USA)) 471 - ROYAL HEROINE MILE STAKES, G2, Hollywood Park, July 7, 8f 1 Quiet Oasis (IRE) 4 b f Oasis Dream (GB) - Silent Heir (AUS) (Sunday Silence (USA)) 2 Mega Dream (USA) 5 b/br f Medaglia d’Oro (USA) - Dream Away (USA) (St Jovite (USA)) 3 Briecat (USA) 7 ch f Adcat (USA) - Silk Briefcase (USA) (Marlin (USA)) 472 - HOLLYWOOD GOLD CUP HANDICAP, G1, Hollywood Park, July 7, 10f 1 Game On Dude (USA) 5 b/br g

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Awesome Again (CAN) - Worldly Pleasure (USA) (Devil His Due (USA)) 2 Richard’s Kid (USA) 7 b/br c Lemon Drop Kid (USA) - Tough Broad (USA) (Broad Brush (USA)) 3 Kettle Corn (USA) 5 b c Candy Ride (ARG) - Somethingbeautiful (USA) (Lil E Tee (USA)) 473 - SMILE SPRINT HANDICAP, G2, Calder, July 7, 6f 1 Gantry (USA) 5 b/br g Pulpit (USA) Rhum (USA) (Go For Gin (USA)) 2 Indiano (USA) 4 b c Indian Charlie (USA) - Separata (CHI) (Sam M (USA)) 3 Close It Out (USA) 4 ch c Closing Argument (USA) - Honeymoon Sweep (USA) (End Sweep (USA)) 474 - PRINCESS ROONEY HANDICAP, G1, Calder, July 7, 6f 1 Musical Romance (USA) 5 b/br f Concorde’s Tune (USA) Candlelightdinner (USA) (Slew Gin Fizz (USA)) 2 Nicole H (USA) 5 b/br f Mr Greeley (USA) - Hot Chipotle (USA) (Victory Gallop (CAN)) 3 Nakano (USA) 4 b f First Samurai (USA) - Spring Morning (USA) (Mr Prospector (USA)) 475 - CARRY BACK STAKES, G3, Calder, July 7, 6f 1 Fort Loudon (USA) 3 b c Awesome of Course (USA) - Lottsa Talc (USA) (Talc (USA)) 2 Trinniberg (USA) 3 b/br c Teuflesberg (USA) - Bella Dorato (USA) (Goldminers Gold (CAN)) 3 Angelofdistinction (USA) 3 b/br c With Distinction (USA) - God’s Wild Angel (USA) (Wild Wonder (USA)) 476 - AZALEA STAKES, G3, Calder, July 7, 6f 1 Another Romance (USA) 3 b/br f Saint Anddan (USA) - Love To (USA) (Friendly Lover (USA)) 2 Citizen Advocate (USA) 3 ch f Proud Citizen (USA) - Twilight Service (USA) (Horse Chestnut (SAF)) 3 Redbud Road (USA) 3 ch f Awesome of Course (USA) - Ladyinareddress (USA) (Tactical Advantage (USA)) 477 - VICTORY RIDE STAKES, G3, Belmont Park, July 7, 6f 1 Emma’s Encore (USA) 3 b/br f Congrats (USA) - French Opera (USA) (Wild Again (USA)) 2 Jamaican Smoke (USA) 3 b f Latent

Heat (USA) - Great Deep Bay (USA) (Mr Greeley (USA)) 3 Tu Endie Wei (USA) 3 b f Johar (USA) Ms Cornstalk (USA) (Indian Charlie (USA)) 478 - SUBURBAN HANDICAP, G2, Belmont Park, July 7, 9f 1 Mucho Macho Man (USA) 4 b c Macho Uno (USA) - Ponche de Leona (USA) (Ponche (CAN)) 2 Hymn Book (USA) 6 b/br g Arch (USA) - Vespers (USA) (Known Fact (USA)) 3 Trickmeister (USA) 5 b c Proud Citizen (USA) - Afternoon Trick (USA) (Afternoon Deelites (USA)) 479 - DANCE SMARTLY STAKES, G2, Woodbine, July 8, 1800m 1 Marketing Mix (CAN) 4 b/br f Medaglia d’Oro (USA) - Instant Thought (USA) (Kris S (USA)) 2 Moment Of Majesty (CAN) 5 b f Saint Liam (USA) - Lady Indy (USA) (A P Indy (USA)) 3 Inglorious (CAN) 4 b f Hennessy (USA) - Noble Strike (CAN) (Smart Strike (CAN)) 480 - GREENWOOD CUP STAKES, G3, Parx Racing, July 14, 12f 1 Redeemed (USA) 4 b c Include (USA) - Early Mass (USA) (Pleasant Tap (USA)) 2 Not Abroad (USA) 5 b c Not For Love (USA) - Timely Broad (USA) (Broad Brush (USA)) 3 Hello Lover (USA) 6 gr/ro g Not For Love (USA) - Chemise (USA) (Secret Hello (USA)) 481 - JERSEY SHORE STAKES, G3, Monmouth Park, July 14, 6f 1 Well Spelled (USA) 3 gr/ro c Spellbinder (USA) - Well (USA) (Well Decorated (USA)) 2 Cape Cod Canal (USA) 3 b g Wildcat Heir (USA) - Your Place Anytime (USA) (Out of Place (USA)) 3 Scaramagna (USA) 3 ch c Speightstown (USA) - Cove (USA) (Pine Bluff (USA)) 482 - HOLLYWOOD JUVENILE CHAMPIONSHIP STAKES, G3, Hollywood Park, July 14, 6f 1 Scherer Magic (USA) 2 b/br g Doneraile Court (USA) - She’s A Nasty One (USA) (Touch Gold (USA)) 2 Carson’s Crown (USA) 2 b c Harlan’s Holiday (USA) - Delicatessa (USA) (Dare And Go (USA)) 3 Just Call Me Al (USA) 2 b r Redattore


international database (BRZ) - Alarcity (USA) (Allen’s Prospect (USA)) 483 - AMERICAN OAKS STAKES, G1, Hollywood Park, July 14, 10f 1 Lady of Shamrock (USA) 3 b/br f Scat Daddy (USA) - Blushing Issue (USA) (Blushing John (USA)) 2 My Gi Gi (USA) 3 b f E Dubai (USA) Relish The Thought (IRE) (Sadler’s Wells (USA)) 3 Best Present Ever (USA) 3 b/br f Unusual Heat (USA) - Centerofattention (USA) (Beau Genius (CAN)) 484 - A GLEAM HANDICAP, G2, Hollywood Park, July 14, 7f 1 Switch (USA) 5 b f Quiet American (USA) - Antoniette (USA) (Nicholas (USA)) 2 Sugarinthemorning (USA) 4 b f Candy Ride (ARG) - Social Belle (USA) (In Excess) 3 Glamorista (USA) 5 b f Unbridled’s Song (USA) - Critical Crew (USA) (Dr Blum (USA)) 485 - ROBERT G DICK MEMORIAL STAKES, G3, Delaware Park, July 14, 11f 1 Starformer (USA) 4 b f Dynaformer (USA) - Etoile Montante (USA) (Miswaki (USA)) 2 Bubbly Jane (BRZ) 7 b/br f Yagli (USA) - Built To Last (BRZ) (Knifebox (USA)) 3 Sikara (IRE) 4 gr/ro f Aussie Rules (USA) - Beucaire (IRE) (Entrepreneur (GB)) 486 - DELAWARE OAKS, G2, Delaware Park, July 14, 8f 110yds 1 Grace Hall (USA) 3 b f Empire Maker (USA) - Season’s Greetings (IRE) (Ezzoud (IRE)) 2 Via Villaggio (USA) 3 b/br f Bernardini (USA) - Hoh Buzzard (IRE) (Alhaarth (IRE)) 3 Amie’s Dini (USA) 3 b/br f Bandini (USA) - Run Kate Run (USA) (Cherokee Run (USA)) 487 - MAN O’WAR STAKES, G1, Belmont Park, July 14, 11f 1 Point of Entry (USA) 4 b c Dynaformer (USA) - Matlacha Pass (USA) (Seeking The Gold (USA)) 2 Center Divider (USA) 5 ch c Giant’s Causeway (USA) - Meridiana (GER) (Lomitas (GB)) 3 Tahoe Lake (BRZ) 6 b g Know Heights (IRE) - Tutto Charm (BRZ) (Roi Normand (USA))

488 - STARS AND STRIPES STAKES, G3, Arlington International, July 14, 12f 1 Ioya Bigtime (USA) 5 b c Dynaformer (USA) - Ioya Two (USA) (Lord At War (ARG)) 2 Musketier (GER) 10 gr/ro c Acatenango (GER) - Myth And Reality (GB) (Linamix (FR)) 3 Suntracer (USA) 4 ch c Kitten’s Joy (USA) - Taxable Deduction (USA) (Prized (USA)) 489 - MODESTY HANDICAP, G3, Arlington International, July 14, 9f 110yds 1 Romacaca (USA) 6 b/br f Running Stag (USA) - Romaca (USA) (Kris S (USA)) 2 Snow Top Mountain (USA) 5 gr/ro f Najran (USA) - Motokiks (USA) (Storm Cat (USA)) 3 Upperline (USA) 5 b f Maria’s Mon (USA) - Snowflake (IRE) (Caerleon (USA))

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(IRE) - Birjand (GB) (Green Desert (USA))

493 - THE S & M AL NABOODAH GROUP UAE DERBY, G2, Meydan, March 31, 1800m 1 Daddy Long Legs (USA) 3 ch c Scat Daddy (USA) - Dreamy Maiden (USA) (Meadowlake (USA)) 2 Yang Tse Kiang (FR) 3 b g Kahyasi Mikalia (FR) (Kaldoun (FR)) 3 Wrote (IRE) 3 b/br c High Chaparral (IRE) - Desert Classic (GB) (Green Desert (USA))

Hennessy Johannesburg Myth SCAT DADDY b/br 2004 Mr Prospector Love Style Likeable Style DADDY LONG LEGS ch c 2009 Hold Your Peace Meadowlake Suspicious Native DREAMY MAIDEN ch 96 Apalachee Sparrow Lake Stray Flight

490 - ARLINGTON HANDICAP, G3, Arlington International, July 14, 10f 1 Rahystrada (USA) 8 ch g Rahy (USA) - Ministrada (USA) (Deputy Minister (CAN)) 2 Boisterous (USA) 5 b/br c Distorted Humor (USA) - Emanating (USA) (Cox’s Ridge (USA)) 3 Mister Marti Gras (USA) 5 ch g Belong To Me (USA) - Miss Marta (USA) (Cure The Blues (USA)) 491 - AMERICAN DERBY, G3, Arlington International, July 14, 9f 110yds 1 Cozzetti (USA) 3 gr/ro c Cozzene (USA) - Lemon Drop Cello (USA) (Lemon Drop Kid (USA)) 2 All Stormy (USA) 3 b/br c Stormy Atlantic (USA) - Allspice (USA) (Coronado’s Quest (USA)) 3 Skyring (USA) 3 b c English Channel (USA) - Violet Lady (USA) (Seattle Slew (USA))

494 - LONGINES DUBAI SHEEMA CLAS, G1, Meydan, March 31, 2400m 1 Cirrus des Aigles (FR) 6 b g Even Top (IRE) - Taille de Guepe (FR) (Septieme Ciel (USA)) 2 St Nicholas Abbey (IRE) 5 b c Montjeu (IRE) - Leaping Water (GB) (Sure Blade (USA)) 3 Jakkalberry (IRE) 6 b c Storming Home (GB) - Claba di San Jore (IRE) (Barathea (IRE))

Ahonoora Topanoora Topping Girl EVEN TOP br 93 Niniski Skevena Skhiza CIRRUS DES AIGLES b g 2006 Seattle Slew Septieme Ciel Maximova TAILLE DE GUEPE ch 99 Funambule Roots Ruma

Polar Falcon Pivotal Fearless Revival KYLLACHY b 98 Song Pretty Poppy Moonlight Serenade KRYPTON FACTOR b/br g 2008 Nureyev Polar Falcon Marie d’Argonne COOL QUESTION b 2000 Efisio Quiz Time Explosiva

496 - ETISALAT GODOLPHIN MILE, G2, Meydan, March 31, 1600m 1 African Story (GB) 5 ch c Pivotal (GB) - Blixen (USA) (Gone West (USA)) 2 Viscount Nelson (USA) 5 b c Giant’s Causeway (USA) - Imagine (IRE) (Sadler’s Wells (USA)) 3 Red Jazz (USA) 5 b c Johannesburg (USA) - Now That’s Jazz (USA) (Sword Dance)

Nureyev Polar Falcon Marie d’Argonne PIVOTAL ch 93 Cozzene Fearless Revival Stufida AFRICAN STORY ch c 2007 Mr Prospector Gone West Secrettame BLIXEN b 98 Danehill Danish Tea House

497 - EMIRATES NBD AL QUOZ SPRINT, G2, Meydan, March 31, 1000m 1 Ortensia (AUS) 7 b f Testa Rossa (AUS) - Aerate’s Pick (AUS) (Picnicker (AUS)) 2 Sole Power (GB) 5 b g Kyllachy (GB) Demerger (USA) (Distant View (USA)) 3 Joy And Fun (NZ) 9 b g Cullen (AUS) Gin Player (NZ) (Defensive Play (USA))

492 - SUNSET HANDICAP, G3, Hollywood Park, July 15, 12f 1 Dhaamer (IRE) 5 ch g Dubai Destination (USA) - Arjuzah (IRE) (Ahonoora) 2 Romp (ARG) 8 b c Incurable Optimist (USA) - Stormy Secret (ARG) (Hidden Prize (USA)) 3 Quaintly (USA) 4 b f Giant’s Causeway (USA) - Measure (USA) (Seeking The Gold (USA))

495 - GULF NEWS DUBAI GOLDEN SHAHEEN STAKES, G1, Meydan, March 31, 1200m 1 Krypton Factor (GB) 4 b/br g Kyllachy (GB) - Cool Question (GB) (Polar Falcon (USA)) 2 Rocket Man (AUS) 7 b g Viscount (AUS) - Macrosa (NZ) (McGinty (NZ)) 3 Luck Or Design (IRE) 5 b g Dubawi

Danzig Perugino Fairy Bridge TESTA ROSSA b 96 Sir Dapper Bo Dapper Bodega ORTENSIA b f 2005 Snippets Picnicker It’s A Girl AERATE’S PICK 98 Loosen Up Aerate Rule The Turf

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international database 498 - EMIRATES AIRLINE DUBAI WORLD CUP, G1, Meydan, March 31, 2000m 1 Monterosso (GB) 5 b c Dubawi (IRE) Porto Roca (AUS) (Barathea (IRE)) 2 Capponi (IRE) 5 ch c Medicean (GB) Nawaiet (USA) (Zilzal (USA)) 3 Planteur (IRE) 5 b c Danehill Dancer (IRE) - Plante Rare (IRE) (Giant’s Causeway (USA))

Seeking The Gold Dubai Millennium Colorado Dancer DUBAWI b 2002 Deploy Zomaradah Jawaher MONTEROSSO b c 2007 Sadler’s Wells Barathea Brocade PORTO ROCA b 96 Salieri Antelliere Anntelle

499 - DUBAI DUTY FREE STAKES, G1, Meydan, March 31, 1800m 1 Cityscape (GB) 6 ch c Selkirk (USA) Tantina (USA) (Distant View (USA)) 2 Mutahadee (IRE) 4 b c Encosta de Lago (AUS) - Mosaique Bleue (GB) (Shirley Heights) 3 City Style (USA) 6 ch g City Zip (USA) Brattothecore (CAN) (Katahaula County (CAN))

Atan Sharpen Up Rocchetta SELKIRK ch 88 Nebbiolo Annie Edge Friendly Court CITYSCAPE ch c 2006 Mr Prospector Distant View Seven Springs TANTINA ch 2000 Nashwan Didina Didicoy

500 - AL TAYAR MOTORS DUBAI GOLD CUP, G3, Meydan, March 31, 3200m 1 Opinion Poll (IRE) 6 b c Halling (USA) - Ahead (Shirley Heights) 2 Joshua Tree (IRE) 5 b c Montjeu (IRE) Madeira Mist (IRE) (Grand Lodge (USA)) 3 Zanzamar (SAF) 5 b c Fort Wood (USA) - Zanakiya (FR) (Doyoun)

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Sharpen Up Diesis Doubly Sure HALLING ch 91 Green Dancer Dance Machine Never A Lady OPINION POLL b c 2006 Mill Reef Shirley Heights Hardiemma AHEAD b/ro 87 Icecapade Ghislaine Cambretta

WORLDWIDE 501 - Takamatsunomiya Kinen, G1, Chukyo, March 25, 1200m 1 Curren Chan (JPN) 5 gr f Kurofune (USA) - Spring Ticket (JPN) (Tony Bin) 2 San Carlo (JPN) 6 b/br c Symboli Kris S (USA) - Diva (JPN) (Crafty Prospector (USA)) 3 Lord Kanaloa (JPN) 4 b c King Kamehameha (JPN) - Lady Blossom (JPN) (Storm Cat (USA)) Age: 2-5; Starts: 15; Wins: 9; Places: 3 Earnings: £3,211,440 Sire: KUROFUNE. Sire of 13 Stakes winners. In 2012 - CURREN CHAN Tony Bin G1, GOLDEN HIND Seeking The Gold LR. 1st Dam: SPRING TICKET by Tony Bin. 6 wins in Japan. Dam of 2 winners: 2004: Vivardi (c Fuji Kiseki) 2005: SPRING SONG (c Sakura Bakushin O) 6 wins in Japan, Keihan Hai G3, 3rd Centaur S G2. 2006: Early Spring (f Kurofune) 2007: CURREN CHAN (f Kurofune) 9 wins at 3 to 5 in Japan, Sprinters S G1, Takamatsunomiya Kinen G1, Sankeisports Hai Hanshin Himba Tokubetsu G2, Hakodate Sprint S G3, Keeneland Cup G3, 2nd Aoi S LR. 2008: Spring Festa (f Zenno Rob Roy) ran on the flat in Japan. 2nd Dam: Kazumi Harukoma by Maruzensky. unraced. Dam of TAKE MIKAZUCHI (c Gold Allure: Lord Derby Challenge Trophy G3) Broodmare Sire: TONY BIN. Sire of the dams of 50 Stakes winners. In 2012 CURREN CHAN Kurofune G1, RULERSHIP King Kamehameha G2. The Kurofune/Tony Bin cross has produced: CURREN CHAN G1, Flamme de Passion G2.

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Deputy Minister French Deputy Mitterand KUROFUNE gr 98 Classic Go Go Blue Avenue Eliza Blue CURREN CHAN gr f 2007 Kampala Tony Bin Severn Bridge SPRING TICKET b/br 97 Maruzensky Kazumi Harukoma Senshu Takara

502 - Rosehill Guineas, G1, Rosehill, March 31, 2000m 1 Laser Hawk (AUS) 4 br g Artie Schiller (USA) - High Heels (AUS) (Canny Lad (AUS)) 2 Ocean Park (NZ) 4 b c Thorn Park (AUS) - Sayyida (NZ) (Zabeel (NZ)) 3 Silent Achiever (NZ) 4 br f O’Reilly (NZ) - Winning Spree (NZ) (Zabeel (NZ)) Sire: ARTIE SCHILLER. Sire of 8 Stakes winners. In 2012 - LASER HAWK Canny Lad G1, MR COMMONS Apalachee G2, BIG CHILL Maroof G3, MOVING MONEY Second Empire LR. 1st Dam: HIGH HEELS by Canny Lad. 2 wins in Australia. Dam of 6 winners: 2000: DESERT WAR (g Desert King) Champion older horse in Australia in 2006-07. 12 wins in Australia, Chipping Norton S G1, Energy Australia Epsom H G1 (twice), Motorola LKS Mackinnon S G1, Bigpond Queen Elizabeth S G1, Ranvet S G1, 2nd Bisley Workwear Chipping Norton S G1, 2(X)IST Epsom H G1, 3rd Van Heusen George Main S G1, Ranvet Rawson S G1 (twice) 2001: AMIANAN (g Belong To Me) 8 wins in Australia. 2002: DEARNESS (f Snippets) 3 wins in Australia. 2004: NAVICA (f Snowland) Winner in Australia. 2005: Wookah (c Encosta de Lago) 3 wins in Australia, 2nd Uci Super Impose S LR, 3rd Darley Sires’ Produce S G3. 2008: LASER HAWK (g Artie Schiller) 4 wins in Australia, Rosehill Guineas G1, 3rd Turnpoint Royal Randwick Guineas G1. 2010: (f Street Cry) 2nd Dam: Silken Step by Tolomeo. unraced. Dam of ACTRESS (f Snippets: Keith Mackay Quality H LR, Reginald Allen H LR). Grandam of Above Perfection. Broodmare Sire: CANNY LAD. Sire of the dams of 48 Stakes winners. In 2012 - GIMMETHEGREENLIGHT More Than Ready G1, LASER HAWK Artie Schiller G1, OFCOURSEICAN Mossman G1, CELTS Lonhro G3, GENERAL RIPPA

General Nediym G3, COMTESSE LA GRAN Saxon LR, DR SWEET King Cugat LR, FILL THE PAGE Dane Shadow LR.

Sadler’s Wells El Prado Lady Capulet ARTIE SCHILLER b 2001 Majestic Light Hidden Light Tallahto LASER HAWK br g 2008 Bletchingly Canny Lad Jesmond Lass HIGH HEELS br 94 Tolomeo Silken Step Bosk

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1 Choice Bro (AUS) 3 ch c Choisir (AUS) - Ladidi (AUS) (Palace Music (USA)) 2 Magic Shaft (AUS) 3 b g Shaft (AUS) Adaptable Lass (AUS) (Marauding (NZ)) 3 Warhorse (NZ) 3 b c General Nediym (AUS) - Rathlin Island (AUS) (Giant’s Causeway (USA)) Sire: CHOISIR. Sire of 35 Stakes winners. In 2012 - CHOICE BRO Palace Music G1, PSYCHOLOGIST Danzero G3. 1st Dam: Ladidi by Palace Music. unraced. Dam of 4 winners: 2004: SEIGNEUR BUZZ (g Seignorial) 2 wins in Australia. 2006: AMMO (g Danzero) Winner in Australia. 2007: EXCEED AND EXCITE (f Exceed And Excel) 5 wins in Australia. 2008: Gunfire Point (g Fastnet Rock) unraced. 2009: CHOICE BRO (c Choisir) 3 wins in New Zealand, Manawatu Sires’ Produce S G1, Platinum Homes Taranaki Classic G3. 2010: (f Dubawi) 2011: (f De Troy) 2nd Dam: IDOL WORSHIP by Godswalk. 3 wins in Australia Oaklands Plate LR. Dam of CULT FIGURE (f Ahonoora: Morphettville Guineas LR). Grandam of IMMORTALITY, CARGO CULT, Megadeal, Brooke’s Express. Broodmare Sire: PALACE MUSIC. Sire of the dams of 54 Stakes winners. In 2012 - CHOICE BRO Choisir G1, LORDS RANSOM Jeune LR.


international database Danehill Danehill Dancer Mira Adonde CHOISIR ch 99 Lunchtime Great Selection Pensive Mood CHOICE BRO ch c 2009 The Minstrel Palace Music Come My Prince LADIDI 99 Godswalk Idol Worship River Dane

504 - New Zealand Thoroughbred Breeders Stakes, G1, Te Aroha, April 7, 1600m 1 Say No More (NZ) 5 ch f Pentire (GB) - Our Lucy (AUS) (Walking Ring) 2 Fleur de Lune (NZ) 5 b f Stravinsky (USA) - Kapsjoy (NZ) (Kaapstad (NZ)) 3 Xanadu (NZ) 4 b f Elusive City (USA) Forest Dream (AUS) (Forest Glow (USA)) Sire: PENTIRE. Sire of 41 Stakes winners. In 2012 - MUFHASA Mi Preferido G1, SAY NO MORE Walking Ring G1, HE’S REMARKABLE Zabeel G3, CHASE THE SUN Dance Floor LR. 1st Dam: OUR LUCY by Walking Ring. Winner in Australia. Dam of 7 winners: 1997: NUDGE (g The Jogger) 5 wins in Australia, New Zealand. 1998: BANKONHER (f British Banker) Winner in New Zealand. Broodmare. 1999: Lucy Love (f Four Seasons) 3 wins in New Zealand, 2nd Westbury Stud Sunline S G3. 2000: REIGNS AND POORS (f Four Seasons) 2 wins in New Zealand. 2001: Solution (g Bahhare) unraced. 2002: OUR WOODY (g Woodborough) 4 wins in New Zealand. 2004: PENTOUR (g Pentire) 4 wins in New Zealand. 2005: (f Bertolini) 2007: SAY NO MORE (f Pentire) 6 wins in New Zealand, Harcourts Thorndon Mile G1, New Zealand Thoroughbred Breeders S G1. 2009: (c Duelled) Broodmare Sire: WALKING RING. Sire of the dams of 1 Stakes winners. In 2012 - SAY NO MORE Pentire G1. Northern Dancer Be My Guest What A Treat PENTIRE b 92 Mill Reef Gull Nook Bempton SAY NO MORE ch f 2007 Auction Ring Walking Ring Signature Tune OUR LUCY b 89 Five Arrows Lucy Primrose Fast Bridge

505 - Vinery Stud Stakes, G1, Rosehill, April 7, 2000m 1 Mosheen (AUS) 4 b f Fastnet Rock (AUS) - Sumehra (NZ) (Stravinsky (USA)) 2 Streama (AUS) 4 b f Stratum (AUS) Pensiamo (AUS) (Sovereign Red (NZ)) 3 Aliyana Tilde (AUS) 4 b f Snitzel (AUS) - Patronella (AUS) (Mister C (USA)) Sire: FASTNET ROCK. Sire of 29 Stakes winners. In 2012 - FOXWEDGE Forest Wildcat G1, MOSHEEN Stravinsky G1, EMPRESS ROCK Encosta de Lago G2, HIGHLY RECOMMENDED Al Hareb G2, SEA SIREN Success Express G2, JADE MARAUDER Jade Robbery G3, PLANET ROCK Zabeel G3, DRIEFONTEIN Export Price LR, ROCK ‘N’ POP Sir Tristram LR, ROCK ROBSTER Woodman LR. 1st Dam: SUMEHRA by Stravinsky. Winner in Australia. Dam of 1 winner: 2008: MOSHEEN (f Fastnet Rock) 7 wins in Australia, Turnpoint Royal Randwick Guineas G1, Vinery Stud S G1, Crown Victoria Oaks G1, Australian Guineas G1, Tabcorp Edward Manifold S G2, Shadwell Stud Manfred S LR, 2nd AAMI Golden Slipper S G1, Schweppes The 1000 Guineas G1, The Vanity G3, 3rd Schweppes 1000 Gns Tranquil Star Prelude G3, Dunlite Quezette S LR. 2010: (c Zabeel) 2011: (c Flying Spur) 2nd Dam: MISS PRIORITY by Kaapstad. 1 win in Australia. Dam of LUCKY OWNERS (c Danehill: Hong Kong Mile G1), MISS POWER BIRD (f Mukaddamah: Dairy Farmer’s Milk S LR, 2nd Yallambee Classic G2), Fast Ruler (g Viking Ruler: 3rd Victoria St Leger LR) Broodmare Sire: STRAVINSKY. Sire of the dams of 6 Stakes winners. In 2012 MOSHEEN Fastnet Rock G1.

Danzig Danehill Razyana FASTNET ROCK b 2001 Royal Academy Piccadilly Circus Gatana MOSHEEN b f 2008 Nureyev Stravinsky Fire The Groom SUMEHRA b 2002 Kaapstad Miss Priority Benediction

506 - Queen of the Turf Stakes, G1, Rosehill, April 7, 1400m 1 More Joyous (NZ) 6 b f More Than Ready (USA) - Sunday Joy (AUS) (Sunday Silence (USA)) 2 My Keepsake (NZ) 6 b f Keeper (AUS) Jacilo (NZ) (Entrepreneur (GB))

3 King’s Rose (NZ) 5 b f Redoute’s Choice (AUS) - Nureyev’s Girl (AUS) (Nureyev (USA)) Sire: MORE THAN READY. Sire of 78 Stakes winners. In 2012 GIMMETHEGREENLIGHT Canny Lad G1, MORE JOYOUS Sunday Silence G1, SAMAREADY Secret Savings G1, ASHOKAN Flying Spur G3, RACEWAY Flying Spur LR. 1st Dam: SUNDAY JOY by Sunday Silence. 3 wins in Australia, AJC Oaks G1, 3rd Rosehill Guineas G1. Dam of 3 winners: 2005: SEVENTH REASON (c Sadler’s Wells) 2 wins at 4 in Australia. 2006: MORE JOYOUS (f More Than Ready) 17 wins in Australia, Arrowfield Stud Flight S G1, Rokk Ebony Futurity S G1, Yellowglen George Main S G1, Inglis Queen of the Turf S G1 (twice), David Jones Toorak H G1, Myer Canterbury S G2 (twice), Perfect Vision Reisling Slipper Trial G2, Jim Beam Surround S G2, Sebring Theo Marks H. Sprint G2, Light Fingers S G2, Suncorp Banking Tea Rose S G2, D’Urban Tristarc S G2, Freeview Breeders’ Classic G2, Winning Edge Presentation Sheraco S LR, 3rd Sportingbet Manikato S G1, Winning Edge Presentation Sheraco S LR. 2007: JOY TOY (f Encosta de Lago) Winner in Australia. 2009: (c Redoute’s Choice) 2010: (f More Than Ready) 2nd Dam: JOIE DENISE by Danehill. 4 wins in Australia Queensland Oaks G1. Dam of TUESDAY JOY (f Carnegie: Patinack Chipping Norton S G1, Ranvet S G1, Tad Kennedy Coolmore Classic G1, BMW HE Tancred S G1, 2nd Bisley Workwear Chipping Norton S G1, Crown Victoria Oaks G1, 3rd David Jones Australian Derby G1, J P Morgan AJC Oaks G1, Patinack Farm Queen Elizabeth S G1), SUNDAY JOY (f Sunday Silence, see above), Mary Marvel (f Fusaichi Pegasus: 3rd Blazer Edward Manifold S G2), Joie (f Geiger Counter: 2nd Kensington S LR) Broodmare Sire: SUNDAY SILENCE. Sire of the dams of 98 Stakes winners. In 2012 - MORE JOYOUS More Than Ready G1, FEDERALIST Empire Maker G2, TO THE GLORY King Kamehameha G2, MEINER LACRIMA Chief Bearhart G3, SILENT MELODY Symboli Kris S G3, DUBAI GINA Dubai Destination LR, YOUNG AT HEART French Deputy LR.

Halo Southern Halo Northern Sea MORE THAN READY b 97 Woodman Woodman’s Girl Becky Be Good MORE JOYOUS b f 2006 Halo Sunday Silence Wishing Well SUNDAY JOY b 99 Danehill Joie Denise Denise’s Joy

507 - George Ryder Stakes, G1, Rosehill, April 7, 1400m 1 Metal Bender (NZ) 7 b g Danasinga (AUS) - Jacqwin (AUS) (Bluebird (USA)) 2 Rekindled Interest (AUS) 5 b g Redoute’s Choice (AUS) - Rekindled Affair (IRE) (Rainbow Quest (USA)) 3 Secret Admirer (AUS) 5 ch f Dubawi (IRE) - Secret Illusion (AUS) (Secret Savings (USA)) Sire: DANASINGA. Sire of 31 Stakes winners. In 2012 - METAL BENDER Bluebird G1. 1st Dam: JACQWIN by Bluebird. 3 wins at 2 to 4 in Hong Kong. Dam of 5 winners: 2000: LOVE THE LIMELIGHT (f Octagonal) 3 wins in New Zealand. Broodmare. 2002: Southern Venture (f Zabeel) 2 wins in Australia, 2nd Chairman’s S LR. Broodmare. 2003: BLESSED (f Zabeel) 3 wins in Australia. 2005: METAL BENDER (g Danasinga) 9 wins in Australia, Turnpoint Royal Randwick Guineas G1, Kirks Doomben Cup G1, George Ryder S G1, Dubai Rosehill Guineas G1, 100 Club Warwick S G2, A D Hollindale S G2, 2nd Emirates Queen Elizabeth S G1, Tatt’s Club Chelmsford S G2, 3rd Rokk Ebony Underwood S G1, Myer Canterbury S G2. 2006: MOMENT TO SAVOUR (c Savabeel) 2 wins in Australia. 2008: (c Savabeel) 2009: (f Savabeel) 2010: (f O’Reilly) 2nd Dam: Nuwirah by Pleasant Colony. unraced. Dam of KEEPER (c Danehill: Goodwood H G1), Downing Street (c Danehill: 3rd Sires’ Produce S G1), Little Chloe (f Danehill: 2nd Adams Platform Ottawa S LR, Smoke Free S LR, 3rd Dubai Int.Racing Carnival How Now S G3). Third dam of Broken. Broodmare Sire: BLUEBIRD. Sire of the dams of 59 Stakes winners. In 2012 - METAL BENDER Danasinga G1, WESTERN SYMBOL High Chaparral G3, NATIVE KNIGHT Placerville LR.

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DANASINGA b 91 Ahonoora Princess Tracy Princess Ru METAL BENDER b g 2005 Storm Bird Bluebird Ivory Dawn JACQWIN b 93 Pleasant Colony Nuwirah Secretarial Queen

508 - BMW Stakes, G1, Rosehill, April 7, 2400m

Miss Carina LINAMIX gr 87 Breton Lunadix Lutine MANIGHAR gr g 2006 Fappiano Rubiano Ruby Slippers MINTLY FRESH gr/ro 97 Key To The Mint Mintly Syriasly

509 - Golden Slipper Stakes, G1, Rosehill, April 7, 1200m

1 Manighar (FR) 6 gr g Linamix (FR) Mintly Fresh (USA) (Rubiano (USA)) 2 Americain (USA) 7 b/br c Dynaformer (USA) - America (IRE) (Arazi (USA)) 3 Drunken Sailor (IRE) 7 b g Tendulkar (USA) - Ronni Pancake (GB) (Mujadil (USA))

1 Pierro (AUS) 3 b c Lonhro (AUS) Right Note (IRE) (Daylami (IRE)) 2 Snitzerland (AUS) 3 b f Snitzel (AUS) Monte Rosa (AUS) (Fraar (USA)) 3 Samaready (AUS) 3 br/bl f More Than Ready (USA) - Samar (AUS) (Secret Savings (USA))

Age: 3-6; Starts: 27; Wins: 10; Places: 11 Earnings: £2,099,559

Sire: LONHRO. Sire of 32 Stakes winners. In 2012 - PIERRO Daylami G1, CELTS Canny Lad G3, RASPBERRIES Grand Lodge G3.

Sire: LINAMIX. Sire of 82 Stakes winners. In 2012 - MANIGHAR Rubiano G1. 1st Dam: Mintly Fresh by Rubiano. 2 wins at 3 in USA, 2nd Santa Paula H LR. Dam of 3 winners: 2003: MINATLYA (f Linamix) 3 wins at 3 in France, Prix de Royaumont G3. Broodmare. 2005: MINTED (c Clodovil) 3 wins at 2 and 3 in France. 2006: MANIGHAR (g Linamix) 10 wins at 3 and 6 in Australia, France, Dubai Australian Cup G1, Ranvet S G1, BMW S G1, Qatar Prix Chaudenay G2, Catanach’s T S Carlyon Cup G3, Derby de l’Ouest-Grand Prix de L’Asselco LR, Prix Michel Houyvet LR, 2nd Darley Prix Kergorlay G2, Zipping Classic G2, Prix de Lutece G3, Wheb Group Tapster S LR, 3rd Prix Royal-Oak G1, Emirates Airline Yorkshire Cup G2, Patinack Farm Sandown Classic G2, Carlton Draught P Young St George S G2. 2007: Mandawara (f Daylami) unraced. 2009: Mansera (f Manduro) unraced to date. 2010: Manndawi (c Dalakhani) unraced to date. 2nd Dam: Mintly by Key To The Mint. 3 wins in USA, 3rd Peach Blossom S. Dam of Mintly Fresh (f Rubiano, see above) Broodmare Sire: RUBIANO. Sire of the dams of 29 Stakes winners. In 2012 MANIGHAR Linamix G1, TAURINA Sudden Thunder LR. The Linamix/Rubiano cross has produced: MANIGHAR G1, MINATLYA G3.

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1st Dam: RIGHT NOTE by Daylami. 3 wins at 2, 4 and 5 in Australia, France. Dam of 1 winner: 2008: Thunder Set (g Reset) ran on the flat in Australia. 2009: PIERRO (c Lonhro) 4 wins in Australia, Golden Slipper S G1, Silver Slipper S G2, Spotless Todman S G2, Thoroughbred Breeders’ Plate LR. 2011: (f Lonhro) 2nd Dam: Sky Song by Sadler’s Wells. Dam of LAVEROCK (c Octagonal: Prix d’Ispahan G1, G. P. del Jockey Club e Coppa d’Oro G1, 2nd G.Dallmayr-Preis Bayerisches Zuchtrennen G1, 3rd Criterium de Saint-Cloud G1, Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud G1, G. P. del Jockey Club e Coppa d’Oro G1) Broodmare Sire: DAYLAMI. Sire of the dams of 6 Stakes winners. In 2012 PIERRO Lonhro G1.

Zabeel Octagonal Eight Carat LONHRO br 98 Straight Strike Shadea Concia PIERRO b c 2009 Doyoun Daylami Daltawa RIGHT NOTE gr 2003 Sadler’s Wells Sky Song Criquette

510 - Oka Sho (1000 Guineas), G1, Hanshin, April 8, 1600m 1 Gentildonna (JPN) 3 b f Deep Impact

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(JPN) - Donna Blini (GB) (Bertolini (USA)) 2 Verxina (JPN) 3 bl f Deep Impact (JPN) - Halwa Sweet (JPN) (Machiavellian (USA)) 3 I’m Yours (JPN) 3 ch f Falbrav (IRE) Cecile Blues (JPN) (El Condor Pasa (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 5; Wins: 3; Places: 1 Earnings: £1,388,136 Sire: DEEP IMPACT. Sire of 19 Stakes winners. In 2012 - GENTILDONNA Bertolini G1, BEST DEAL Marchand de Sable G3, DONAU BLUE Bertolini G3, HISTORICAL Northern Taste G3, VERXINA Machiavellian G3, WORLD ACE Acatenango G3, PARA LA SALUD Stuka LR. 1st Dam: DONNA BLINI by Bertolini. 4 wins at 2 and 3, Sky Bet Cheveley Park S G1. Dam of 2 winners: 2008: DONAU BLUE (f Deep Impact) 4 wins at 2 to 4 in Japan, Kyoto Himba S G3. 2009: GENTILDONNA (f Deep Impact) 3 wins at 2 and 3 in Japan, Oka Sho (1000 Guineas) G1, Nikkan Sports Sho Shinzan Kinen G3. 2010: (c Neo Universe) 2nd Dam: CAL NORMA’S LADY by Lyphard’s Special. 3 wins at 2. Dam of DONNA BLINI (f Bertolini, see above), MAGICAL (c Magic Ring: Will Rogers H) Broodmare Sire: BERTOLINI. Sire of the dams of 3 Stakes winners. In 2012 GENTILDONNA Deep Impact G1, DONAU BLUE Deep Impact G3. The Deep Impact/Bertolini cross has produced: GENTILDONNA G1, DONAU BLUE G3.

Halo Sunday Silence Wishing Well DEEP IMPACT b 2002 Alzao Wind In Her Hair Burghclere GENTILDONNA b f 2009 Danzig Bertolini Aquilegia DONNA BLINI ch 2003 Lyphard’s Special Cal Norma’s Lady June Darling

Sire: LONHRO. Sire of 32 Stakes winners. In 2012 - PIERRO Daylami G1, CELTS Canny Lad G3, RASPBERRIES Grand Lodge G3. 1st Dam: RIGHT NOTE by Daylami. 3 wins at 2, 4 and 5 in Australia, France. Dam of 1 winner: 2008: Thunder Set (g Reset) ran on the flat in Australia. 2009: PIERRO (c Lonhro) 5 wins in Australia, Golden Slipper S G1, Inglis Sires’ Produce S G1, Silver Slipper S G2, Spotless Todman S G2, Thoroughbred Breeders’ Plate LR. 2011: (f Lonhro) 2nd Dam: Sky Song by Sadler’s Wells. Dam of LAVEROCK (c Octagonal: Prix d’Ispahan G1, G. P. del Jockey Club e Coppa d’Oro G1, 2nd G.Dallmayr-Preis Bayerisches Zuchtrennen G1, 3rd Criterium de Saint-Cloud G1, Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud G1, G. P. del Jockey Club e Coppa d’Oro G1) Broodmare Sire: DAYLAMI. Sire of the dams of 6 Stakes winners. In 2012 PIERRO Lonhro G1.

Zabeel Octagonal Eight Carat LONHRO br 98 Straight Strike Shadea Concia PIERRO b c 2009 Doyoun Daylami Daltawa RIGHT NOTE gr 2003 Sadler’s Wells Sky Song Criquette

512 - David Jones AJC Australian Derby, G1, Randwick, April 14, 2400m 1 Ethiopia (AUS) 4 b g Helenus (AUS) Shona (AUS) (Spectrum (IRE)) 2 Polish Knight (NZ) 4 ch c Encosta de Lago (AUS) - Polish Princess (GB) (NZ) (Polish Precedent (USA)) 3 Laser Hawk (AUS) 4 br g Artie Schiller (USA) - High Heels (AUS) (Canny Lad (AUS)) Sire: HELENUS. Sire of 4 Stakes winners. In 2012 - ETHIOPIA Spectrum G1.

511 - Inglis Sires’ Produce Stakes, G1, Randwick, April 14, 1400m 1 Pierro (AUS) 3 b c Lonhro (AUS) Right Note (IRE) (Daylami (IRE)) 2 All Too Hard (AUS) 3 b c Casino Prince (AUS) - Helsinge (AUS) (Desert Sun (GB)) 3 Limes (AUS) 3 b c Commands (AUS) Rum Cruise (AUS) (Canny Lad (AUS))

1st Dam: Shona by Spectrum. unraced. Dam of 1 winner: 2007: Durban (f Helenus) unraced. 2008: ETHIOPIA (g Helenus) 1 win in Australia, David Jones AJC Australian Derby G1, 2nd Top Cut Alister Clark S G2, 3rd BMW Caulfield Autumn Classic G2. 2010: (f Helenus)


international database Broodmare Sire: SPECTRUM. Sire of the dams of 18 Stakes winners. In 2012 - ETHIOPIA Helenus G1. The Helenus/Spectrum cross has produced: CEDARBERG G1, ETHIOPIA G1.

Fairy King Helissio Helice HELENUS b 99 Java Gold Worldwide Elsie Tender Camilla ETHIOPIA b g 2008 Rainbow Quest Spectrum River Dancer SHONA b 2002 Zabeel Gyffies Gypsy Fire

513 - Darley T J Smith Stakes, G1, Randwick, April 14, 1200m 1 Master of Design (AUS) 7 b/br c Redoute’s Choice (AUS) - Urge To Merge (AUS) (Last Tycoon) 2 Rain Affair (AUS) 5 b g Commands (AUS) - I Believe (AUS) (Octagonal (NZ)) 3 Hallowell Belle (AUS) 4 ch f Starcraft (NZ) - Bella Inez (AUS) (Beautiful Crown (USA)) Sire: REDOUTE’S CHOICE. Sire of 85 Stakes winners. In 2012 - MASTER OF DESIGN Last Tycoon G1, MUSIR Encosta de Lago G2, BURGUNDY Zabeel LR, DYSTOPIA Luskin Star LR, MAMA’S CHOICE General Nediym LR, MAULES CREEK Shinko King LR, PACKING COMMANDER Runyon LR, PAPILIO Zabeel LR. 1st Dam: URGE TO MERGE by Last Tycoon. Winner in Australia. Own sister to TOWKAY and TRACY’S ELEMENT. Dam of 4 winners: 1999: SUNTAGONAL (g Octagonal) 5 wins in South Africa, Premier’s Champion S G1, 2nd Gold Medallion S G1. 2002: HAPPY ATHLETE (c Fuji Kiseki) 3 wins at 3 and 4 in Japan. 2004: ALLIED FORCE (c Redoute’s Choice) 3 wins in Australia. 2005: MASTER OF DESIGN (c Redoute’s Choice) 7 wins in Australia, Darley T J Smith S G1, Sebring Theo Marks Sprint G2, 3rd PFD Sir Rupert Clarke S G1, Sebring S G3. 2009: Dream Merger (c Charge Forward) in training. 2nd Dam: PRINCESS TRACY by Ahonoora. 4 wins at 2 and 3 Ballyogan S G3, Baroda Stud Phoenix Sprint G3, 4th Moyglare Stud S G1. Dam of TRACY’S ELEMENT (f Last Tycoon: Smirnoff Bloodline Sprint G1, Computaform Sprint G1, The Star

Sprint G1, South African Fillies Sprint G1), DANASINGA (c Danehill: Stradbroke H G1, 2nd BMW Doncaster H G1, Doomben Cup G1), TOPASANNAH (f Commanche Run: Woolavington Cup G2), CULLEN (c Danehill: Mercedes-Benz Blue Diamond Preview (c&g) G3, Rubiton S G3, 2nd McDonogh Railway H G1), TOWKAY (c Last Tycoon: C S Hayes S G3, 3rd Sallinger S G1). Grandam of TYPHOON TRACY, PRINCE OF WAR, HAPPY MORNING, FATAL ATTRACTION, PERANA, PRINCE ARTHUR, RED ELEMENT, Kylikwong, Seton Hall, Tracy’s Choice. Third dam of SHAFT, Eclair Fastpass, Jovial. Fourth dam of RAFFLES PEGASUS. Broodmare Sire: LAST TYCOON. Sire of the dams of 145 Stakes winners. In 2012 - MASTER OF DESIGN Redoute’s Choice G1, SLUMDOGMILLIONAIRE Strike Smartly G1, RIOMORAL Captain Rio G2, DANCES ON STARS Snitzel G3. The Redoute’s Choice/Last Tycoon cross has produced: DARIANA G1, ESTEE G1, MASTER OF DESIGN G1, SHAAHEQ G1, DRUMBEATS G2, LUCKY UNICORN G3, PROVENCE LR, Metallurgical G3, Strong Choice G3, Tracy’s Choice LR.

Danzig Danehill Razyana REDOUTE’S CHOICE b 96 Canny Lad Shantha’s Choice Dancing Show MASTER OF DESIGN b/br c 2005 Try My Best Last Tycoon Mill Princess URGE TO MERGE b 93 Ahonoora Princess Tracy Princess Ru

Winner in New Zealand. Broodmare. 2005: VEYRON (g Thorn Park) 13 wins in New Zealand, Waikato Draught Sprint G1, Land Pride Easter H G1 (twice), Haunui Farm Otaki-Maori WFA Classic G1, Eagle Technology Gt N’thern Chall.Stakes G3, 2nd Zabeel Classic G1, Lindauer New Zealand 2nd Century S G1. 2nd Dam: LIMITLESS by Sir Tristram. 4 wins in Australia Brisbane Cup G1, 2nd Queen Elizabeth S G1. Own sister to RUN FOR COVER. Dam of ZERO LIMIT (c Star Way: Easter Cup LR, Thai Airways International H LR, 2nd Cadbury Victoria St Leger G3, Moet & Chandon Chairman’s H G3, 3rd Quick-Eze S G2), TWINKLING (f Star Way: Phillips Fox Great Northern Foal S LR, DLA Phillips Fox Cornwall H LR, Tip Top Bread Bonecrusher S LR, 2nd DHL Counties Cup G2). Grandam of BOUNDLESS, Nothing Lika Tango, Purrfection, Our Dance. Broodmare Sire: CENTRO. Sire of the dams of 5 Stakes winners. In 2012 VEYRON Thorn Park G1.

Nureyev Spinning World Imperfect Circle THORN PARK ch 99 Bluebird Joy Christmas Spirit VEYRON ch g 2005 Century Centro Ease And Comfort OVER THE LIMIT b 95 Sir Tristram Limitless Coverless

515 - Satsuki Sho (2000 Guineas), G1, Nakayama, April 15, 2000m 514 - Manco Easter Handicap, G1, Ellerslie, April 14, 1600m 1 Veyron (NZ) 7 ch g Thorn Park (AUS) Over The Limit (NZ) (Centro (NZ)) 2 Postmans Daughter (NZ) 5 b f Postponed (USA) - Kinjabelle (NZ) (Kinjite (NZ)) 3 Fleur de Lune (NZ) 5 b f Stravinsky (USA) - Kapsjoy (NZ) (Kaapstad (NZ)) Sire: THORN PARK. Sire of 14 Stakes winners. In 2012 - VEYRON Centro G1, OCEAN PARK Zabeel G3. 1st Dam: OVER THE LIMIT by Centro. Winner in New Zealand. Dam of 4 winners: 2001: Mario (g Marju) 3 wins over jumps in New Zealand, 3rd Skycity Auckland Great Northern Hurdles LR. 2002: ALMUTA WAWHO (f Almutawakel) 2 wins in New Zealand. 2004: ON THE LIMIT (f Star Way)

1 Gold Ship (JPN) 3 gr c Stay Gold (JPN) - Point Flag (JPN) (Mejiro McQueen (JPN)) 2 World Ace (JPN) 3 b c Deep Impact (JPN) - Mandela (GER) (Acatenango (GER)) 3 Deep Brillante (JPN) 3 b c Deep Impact (JPN) - Love And Bubbles (USA) (Loup Sauvage (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 6; Wins: 4; Places: 2 Earnings: £1,790,175 Sire: STAY GOLD. Sire of 19 Stakes winners. In 2012 - GOLD SHIP Mejiro McQueen G1. 1st Dam: Point Flag by Mejiro McQueen. Winner at 2 in Japan, 2nd Tulip Sho LR. Dam of 3 winners: 2004: HONEY FLAG (f Fuji Kiseki) 2 wins at 3 and 4 in Japan. 2005: Point Gold (c Gold Allure) ran on the flat in Japan.

2006: Country Flag (c Timber Country) ran on the flat in Japan. 2007: MIRACLE FLAG (f Spicule) Winner at 3 in Japan. 2009: GOLD SHIP (c Stay Gold) 4 wins at 2 and 3 in Japan, Satsuki Sho (2000 Guineas) G1, Kyodo News Service Hai S G3, 2nd Sapporo Nisai S G3, Radio Nikkei Hai Nisai S G3. 2010: (f Fuji Kiseki) 2011: (c Stay Gold) 2nd Dam: Pastoralism by Pluralisme. unraced. Dam of Point Flag (f Mejiro McQueen, see above) Broodmare Sire: MEJIRO MCQUEEN. Sire of the dams of 4 Stakes winners. In 2012 - GOLD SHIP Stay Gold G1. The Stay Gold/Mejiro McQueen cross has produced: DREAM JOURNEY G1, GOLD SHIP G1, ORFEVRE G1, FATEFUL WAR G2.

Halo Sunday Silence Wishing Well STAY GOLD b 94 Dictus Golden Sash Dyna Sash GOLD SHIP gr c 2009 Mejiro Titan Mejiro McQueen Mejiro Aurola POINT FLAG gr 98 Pluralisme Pastoralism Tokuno Eighty

516 - GP.Zelia Gonzaga Peixoto Castro-Stud TNT, G1, Gavea, April 15, 2400m 1 Old Tune (BRZ) 4 b f Wild Event (USA) - Chanson Pour Julia (BRZ) (Irish Fighter (USA)) 2 Unique Zuca (BRZ) 4 b f Northern Afleet (USA) - Linda Rafaela (BRZ) (Bin Ajwaad (IRE)) 3 Jet Queen (BRZ) 4 b f Mensageiro Alado (BRZ) - Lady Tell You (USA) (Time For A Change (USA)) Sire: WILD EVENT. Sire of 38 Stakes winners. In 2012 - OLD TUNE Irish Fighter G1, TONEMAI Jules G2, VANUA LEVU Joyeux Danseur G2, HUNKA HUNKA De Quest G3, BRUJO DE OLLEROS Roy LR. 1st Dam: CHANSON POUR JULIA by Irish Fighter. 3 wins in Brazil. Dam of 3 winners: 2003: IMPIEDOSO (c Trempolino) 6 wins in Brazil. 2004: GHADEERZINHA (f Ghadeer) 3 wins in Brazil. 2007: Nova Bossa (f Our Emblem) ran on the flat in Brazil. 2008: OLD TUNE (f Wild Event) 6 wins in Brazil, Grande Premio Diana-

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international database Stud TNT G1, GP Henrique Possollo Stud TNT (1000 Gns) G1, Grande Premio Margarida Polak Lara G1, GP.Zelia Gonzaga Peixoto Castro-Stud TNT G1, Grande Premio Roger Guedon G3, Classico Luiz Alves de Almeida LR, 2nd Classico Ministerio da Agricultura LR, 3rd Grande Premio Joao Cecilio Ferraz G1. 2009: (f Molengao) Doppia Vendetta (f First 2010: American) unraced to date. 2nd Dam: CATS NIGHT by Slap Jack. 1 win in Brazil. Own sister to Fantasy Flying. Dam of AMERICAN NIGHT (f Mensageiro Alado: Grande Premio Proclamacao da Republica G1), Magny Cours (f Our Emblem: 2nd C. Presidente Joao Tobias de Aguiar LR). Grandam of VERDE-MAR. Broodmare Sire: IRISH FIGHTER. Sire of the dams of 11 Stakes winners. In 2012 - OLD TUNE Wild Event G1.

Icecapade Wild Again Bushel-N-Peck WILD EVENT b 93 Northfields North of Eden Tree of Knowledge OLD TUNE b f 2008 Irish River Irish Fighter Go On Dreaming CHANSON POUR JULIA b 97 Slap Jack Cats Night Celina Igi

517 - GP Cruzeiro Sul Derby CariocaStud TNT, G1, Gavea, April 15, 2400m 1 Plenty of Kicks (BRZ) 4 b c Crimson Tide (IRE) - Pleni Turbo (BRZ) (Choctaw Ridge (USA)) 2 Poker Face (BRZ) 4 b c Wild Event (USA) - Power Sound (BRZ) (Shudanz (CAN)) 3 Invictus (BRZ) 4 b c Sulamani (IRE) Get Back (BRZ) (Fast Gold (USA)) Sire: CRIMSON TIDE. Sire of 15 Stakes winners. In 2012 - PLENTY OF KICKS Choctaw Ridge G1. 1st Dam: PLENI TURBO by Choctaw Ridge. 3 wins in Brazil, Classico Octavio Dupont LR, 2nd Grande Premio Mariano Procopio G3, 3rd G. P. Henrique Possollo (1000 Guineas) G1. Dam of 4 winners: 2002: Plenty of Earnings (f Nedawi) unraced. Broodmare. 2003: PALAIS DES FESTIVALS (c Crimson Tide) 10 wins in Brazil, Classico Presidente da Republica LR. 2005: PRIME HALL (c Crimson Tide) 4 wins in Brazil. 2006: POSE IMPERIAL (f Crimson Tide) 3 wins in Brazil.

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Northern Dancer Sadler’s Wells Fairy Bridge CRIMSON TIDE b 94 Darshaan Sharata Shademah PLENTY OF KICKS b c 2008 Mr Prospector Choctaw Ridge Cinegita PLENI TURBO b 95 Karabas Plenitud Irish Girl

518 - The James Boag Galaxy, G1, Randwick, April 21, 1000m 1 Temple of Boom (AUS) 6 b g Piccolo (GB) - Temple Spirit (AUS) (Special Dane (AUS)) 2 Nobby Snip (AUS) 4 ch g Snippetson (AUS) - Pine Away (USA) (Pine Bluff (USA)) 3 Ladys Angel (AUS) 6 ch f Arena (AUS) Lady Sublime (AUS) (Hurricane Sky (AUS)) Age: 2; Starts: 1; Wins: 1; Places: 0 Earnings: £26,432 Sire: PICCOLO. Sire of 17 Stakes winners. In 2012 - TEMPLE OF BOOM Special Dane G1. 1st Dam: Temple Spirit by Special Dane. 8 wins in Australia, 3rd Golden Garter Just Now H LR. Dam of 2 winners: 2006: TEMPLE OF BOOM (g Piccolo) 1 win at 2 in Australia, The James Boag Galaxy G1, Gilgai Baguette

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S G2, Aurie’s Star H G3, Swisse Vitamins Century S LR, 2nd Carlton Mild Gold Coast Guineas G3, 3rd Seppelt Salinger Linlithgow S G2, Hardy Bros Jewellers Golden S LR. 2007: SPIRIT OF BOOM (c Sequalo) Moreton Hire Ken Russell Mem. Classic LR, Carlton Draught Goldmarket H LR, 2nd Bollinger Champagne Classic G2.

2008: STREAMA (f Stratum) 4 wins in Australia, Patinack Farm AJC Oaks G1, Coolmore Stud Flight S G1, Patinack Farm Surround S G2, Tea Rose S G2, Tattersalls Furious S G2, Sharp Keith Mackay Quality H LR, 2nd Vinery Stud S G1, Patinack Farm Light Fingers S G2, Hylands Sweet Embrace S G3, 3rd Panucci Silver Shadow S G3. 2010: (c Henny Hughes)

2nd Dam: Temple Top by Semipalatinsk. unraced. Dam of Temple Spirit (f Special Dane, see above)

2nd Dam: Given Thought by Glenstal. ran a few times at 3. Third dam of DECISION TIME.

Broodmare Sire: SPECIAL DANE. Sire of the dams of 2 Stakes winners. In 2012 - TEMPLE OF BOOM Piccolo G1, SPIRIT OF BOOM Sequalo LR.

Known Fact Warning Slightly Dangerous PICCOLO b 91 Whistling Wind Woodwind Garden Green TEMPLE OF BOOM b g 2006 Danehill Special Dane Wing Space TEMPLE SPIRIT b 2000 Semipalatinsk Temple Top Temple Black

Broodmare Sire: SOVEREIGN RED. Sire of the dams of 26 Stakes winners. In 2012 - STREAMA Stratum G1.

Danehill Redoute’s Choice Shantha’s Choice STRATUM b 2002 Luskin Star Bourgeois Brave New World STREAMA b f 2008 Sir Tristram Sovereign Red Taiona PENSIAMO b 93 Glenstal Given Thought Hazy Idea

520 - BMW Doncaster Mile, G1, Randwick, April 21, 1600m 519 - Patinack Farm AJC Oaks, G1, Randwick, April 21, 2400m 1 Streama (AUS) 4 b f Stratum (AUS) Pensiamo (AUS) (Sovereign Red (NZ)) 2 Aliyana Tilde (AUS) 4 b f Snitzel (AUS) - Patronella (AUS) (Mister C (USA)) 3 Thy (NZ) 4 b f O’Reilly (NZ) - A Star Affair (NZ) (Star Way)

1 More Joyous (NZ) 6 b f More Than Ready (USA) - Sunday Joy (AUS) (Sunday Silence (USA)) 2 Shoot Out (AUS) 6 b g High Chaparral (IRE) - Pentamerous (NZ) (Pentire (GB)) 3 Yosei (AUS) 5 b f Invincible Spirit (IRE) - Fuji Fairy (AUS) (Fuji Kiseki (JPN))

Sire: STRATUM. Sire of 11 Stakes winners. In 2012 - STREAMA Sovereign Red G1, BUSH AVIATOR Geiger Counter LR, DARLINGTON ABBEY Blackfriars LR.

Sire: MORE THAN READY. Sire of 78 Stakes winners. In 2012 GIMMETHEGREENLIGHT Canny Lad G1, MORE JOYOUS Sunday Silence G1, SAMAREADY Secret Savings G1, ASHOKAN Flying Spur G3, RACEWAY Flying Spur LR.

1st Dam: Pensiamo by Sovereign Red. Dam of 7 winners: 1998: PAWARNA (f Tierce) 3 wins in Australia. Broodmare. 1999: TESSAMO (f Tierce) 3 wins in Australia. Broodmare. 2000: Heroic Encounter (c Encounter) unraced. 2001: BRIGHT ENCOUNTER (g Encounter) 5 wins in Australia. 2002: ENCIAMO (f Encounter) Winner in Australia. Broodmare. 2003: Spotted (c Encounter) 2004: Heliamo (f Helissio) unraced. 2005: SOCIAL CAT (g Catbird) Winner in Australia. 2006: GYPSY MAGIC (g Intergaze) 2 wins in Singapore.

1st Dam: SUNDAY JOY by Sunday Silence. 3 wins in Australia, AJC Oaks G1, 3rd Rosehill Guineas G1. Dam of 3 winners: 2005: SEVENTH REASON (c Sadler’s Wells) 2 wins at 4 in Australia. 2006: MORE JOYOUS (f More Than Ready) 17 wins in Australia, BMW Doncaster Mile G1, Arrowfield Stud Flight S G1, Rokk Ebony Futurity S G1, Yellowglen George Main S G1, Inglis Queen of the Turf S G1 (twice), David Jones Toorak H G1, Myer Canterbury S G2 (twice), Perfect Vision Reisling Slipper Trial G2, Jim Beam Surround S G2, Sebring Theo Marks H. Sprint G2, Light Fingers S G2, Suncorp Banking Tea Rose S G2, D’Urban Tristarc S G2, Freeview Breeders’ Classic G2, Winning


international database Edge Presentation Sheraco S LR, 3rd Sportingbet Manikato S G1, Winning Edge Presentation Sheraco S LR. 2007: JOY TOY (f Encosta de Lago) Winner in Australia. 2009: (c Redoute’s Choice) 2010: (f More Than Ready) 2nd Dam: JOIE DENISE by Danehill. 4 wins in Australia Queensland Oaks G1. Dam of TUESDAY JOY (f Carnegie: Patinack Chipping Norton S G1, Ranvet S G1, Tad Kennedy Coolmore Classic G1, BMW HE Tancred S G1, 2nd Bisley Workwear Chipping Norton S G1, Crown Victoria Oaks G1, 3rd David Jones Australian Derby G1, J P Morgan AJC Oaks G1, Patinack Farm Queen Elizabeth S G1), SUNDAY JOY (f Sunday Silence, see above), Mary Marvel (f Fusaichi Pegasus: 3rd Blazer Edward Manifold S G2), Joie (f Geiger Counter: 2nd Kensington S LR) Broodmare Sire: SUNDAY SILENCE. Sire of the dams of 98 Stakes winners. In 2012 - MORE JOYOUS More Than Ready G1, FEDERALIST Empire Maker G2, TO THE GLORY King Kamehameha G2, MEINER LACRIMA Chief Bearhart G3, SILENT MELODY Symboli Kris S G3, A SHIN WHITY Sakura Bakushin O LR, DUBAI GINA Dubai Destination LR, YOUNG AT HEART French Deputy LR.

Halo Southern Halo Northern Sea MORE THAN READY b 97 Woodman Woodman’s Girl Becky Be Good MORE JOYOUS b f 2006 Halo Sunday Silence Wishing Well SUNDAY JOY b 99 Danehill Joie Denise Denise’s Joy

ROBSTER Woodman LR.

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1st Dam: REGARD by Zabeel. 2 wins at 3 in Australia. Dam of 1 winner: 2008: ATLANTIC JEWEL (f Fastnet Rock) 4 wins in Australia, Ticketek All Aged S G1, Schweppes The 1000 Guineas G1, Wakeful S G2, Yellowglen Sapphire S G2. 2009: Commanding Jewel (f Commands) unraced to date.

1st Dam: SUNDAY JOY by Sunday Silence. 3 wins in Australia, AJC Oaks G1, 3rd Rosehill Guineas G1. Dam of 3 winners: 2005: SEVENTH REASON (c Sadler’s Wells) 2 wins at 4 in Australia. 2006: MORE JOYOUS (f More Than Ready) 18 wins in Australia, BMW Doncaster Mile G1, Arrowfield Stud Flight S G1, Rokk Ebony Futurity S G1, Yellowglen George Main S G1, Tabcorp Queen Elizabeth S G1, Inglis Queen of the Turf S G1 (twice), David Jones Toorak H G1, Myer Canterbury S G2 (twice), Perfect Vision Reisling Slipper Trial G2, Jim Beam Surround S G2, Sebring Theo Marks H. Sprint G2, Light Fingers S G2, Suncorp Banking Tea Rose S G2, D’Urban Tristarc S G2, Freeview Breeders’ Classic G2, Winning Edge Presentation Sheraco S LR, 3rd Sportingbet Manikato S G1, Winning Edge Presentation Sheraco S LR. 2007: JOY TOY (f Encosta de Lago) Winner in Australia. 2009: (c Redoute’s Choice) 2010: (f More Than Ready)

2nd Dam: Nanshan by Nashwan. Dam of Shaan (f Danewin: 3rd Samsung James H B Carr S LR) Broodmare Sire: ZABEEL. Sire of the dams of 96 Stakes winners. In 2012 ATLANTIC JEWEL Fastnet Rock G1, INVEST Dehere G1, SILENT ACHIEVER O’Reilly G1, SINGLE MINDED Bachelor Duke G2, FULL OF SPIRIT Flying Spur G3, HE’S REMARKABLE Pentire G3, OCEAN PARK Thorn Park G3, PLANET ROCK Fastnet Rock G3, BURGUNDY Redoute’s Choice LR, DANEWIN SMYTZER Danewin LR, DEAR DEMI Dehere LR, FLYING FULTON Flying Spur LR, OVER QUOTA Testa Rossa LR, PAPILIO Redoute’s Choice LR, SOUTHERN SPEED Southern Image LR, SUNSTORM Strada LR. The Fastnet Rock/Zabeel cross has produced: ATLANTIC JEWEL G1, PLANET ROCK G1, CURVED BALL G2, Rockadubai LR, Teardrop Rock LR.

Danzig Danehill Razyana FASTNET ROCK b 2001 Royal Academy Piccadilly Circus Gatana ATLANTIC JEWEL b f 2008 Sir Tristram Zabeel Lady Giselle REGARD b 2002 Nashwan Nanshan Pass The Peace

521 - Ticketek All Aged Stakes, G1, Randwick, April 28, 1400m 1 Atlantic Jewel (AUS) 4 b f Fastnet Rock (AUS) - Regard (AUS) (Zabeel (NZ)) 2 Rain Affair (AUS) 5 b g Commands (AUS) - I Believe (AUS) (Octagonal (NZ)) 3 Ofcourseican (AUS) 6 b f Mossman (AUS) - Yes She Can Cancan (AUS) (Canny Lad (AUS)) Sire: FASTNET ROCK. Sire of 30 Stakes winners. In 2012 - ATLANTIC JEWEL Zabeel G1, FOXWEDGE Forest Wildcat G1, MOSHEEN Stravinsky G1, EMPRESS ROCK Encosta de Lago G2, HIGHLY RECOMMENDED Al Hareb G2, SEA SIREN Success Express G2, JADE MARAUDER Jade Robbery G3, PLANET ROCK Zabeel G3, WE’RE GONNA ROCK Dehere G3, DRIEFONTEIN Export Price LR, ROCK ‘N’ POP Sir Tristram LR, ROCK

522 - Tabcorp Queen Elizabeth Stakes, G1, Randwick, April 28, 2000m 1 More Joyous (NZ) 6 b f More Than Ready (USA) - Sunday Joy (AUS) (Sunday Silence (USA)) 2 Manighar (FR) 6 gr g Linamix (FR) Mintly Fresh (USA) (Rubiano (USA)) 3 Secret Admirer (AUS) 5 ch f Dubawi (IRE) - Secret Illusion (AUS) (Secret Savings (USA)) Sire: MORE THAN READY. Sire of 79 Stakes winners. In 2012 GIMMETHEGREENLIGHT Canny Lad G1, MORE JOYOUS Sunday Silence G1, SAMAREADY Secret Savings G1, ASHOKAN Flying Spur G3, LANDING Flying Spur LR, RACEWAY Flying Spur

2nd Dam: JOIE DENISE by Danehill. 4 wins in Australia Queensland Oaks G1. Dam of TUESDAY JOY (f Carnegie: Patinack Chipping Norton S G1, Ranvet S G1, Tad Kennedy Coolmore Classic G1, BMW HE Tancred S G1, 2nd Bisley Workwear Chipping Norton S G1, Crown Victoria Oaks G1, 3rd David Jones Australian Derby G1, J P Morgan AJC Oaks G1, Patinack Farm Queen Elizabeth S G1), SUNDAY JOY (f Sunday Silence, see above), Mary Marvel (f Fusaichi Pegasus: 3rd Blazer Edward Manifold S G2), Joie (f Geiger Counter: 2nd Kensington S LR) Broodmare Sire: SUNDAY SILENCE. Sire of the dams of 99 Stakes winners. In 2012 - MORE JOYOUS More Than Ready G1, FEDERALIST Empire Maker G2, SILPORT White Muzzle G2, TO THE GLORY King Kamehameha G2, ALL THAT JAZZ Tanino Gimlet G3, MEINER LACRIMA Chief Bearhart G3, SILENT MELODY Symboli Kris S G3, A SHIN WHITY Sakura Bakushin O LR, DUBAI GINA Dubai Destination LR, YOUNG AT HEART French Deputy LR.

Halo Southern Halo Northern Sea MORE THAN READY b 97 Woodman Woodman’s Girl Becky Be Good MORE JOYOUS b f 2006 Halo Sunday Silence Wishing Well SUNDAY JOY b 99 Danehill Joie Denise Denise’s Joy

523 - Schweppes Sydney Cup, G1, Randwick, April 28, 3200m 1 Niwot (AUS) 8 b g Galileo (IRE) - Too Darn Hot (NZ) (Noble Bijou (USA)) 2 Efficient (NZ) 9 gr g Zabeel (NZ) Refused The Dance (NZ) (Defensive Play (USA)) 3 Once Were Wild (AUS) 6 b/br f Johannesburg (USA) - Wildesong (AUS) (Unbridled’s Song (USA)) Sire: GALILEO. Sire of 107 Stakes winners. In 2012 - IGUGU Intikhab G1, NIWOT Noble Bijou G1, MAHBOOBA Red Ransom G2, MIKHAIL GLINKA Mark of Esteem G2, IMPERIAL MONARCH Slip Anchor G3, KISSED Darshaan LR, CELESTIAL HALO High Top LR, VIA GALILEI Danehill LR. 1st Dam: TOO DARN HOT by Noble Bijou. Tattersalls Plate LR. Dam of 1 winner: 1998: Hotter Than Hell (g Palace Music) unraced. 1999: Ashworth (g Royal Academy) unraced. 2000: Sabre (g Octagonal) unraced. 2002: Hells Bells (g Redoute’s Choice) unraced. 2004: NIWOT (g Galileo) Schweppes Sydney Cup G1, Lexus Hotham S G3, Andrew Ramsden Duke of Norfolk S LR, Thomas Hotels Winter Cup LR, 2nd Tab Big6 Warrnambool Cup LR, The Bart Cummings H LR. 2005: Aurora’s Hot (f Fantastic Light) unraced. 2010: (f Authorized) 2nd Dam: Kiss Me Kate by Balmerino. 8 wins in New Zealand, 3rd Great Easter H LR, Classique Cottages Canterbury S LR. Dam of TOO DARN HOT (f Noble Bijou, see above). Grandam of DO IT RIGHT, BABY CHAMPION. Broodmare Sire: NOBLE BIJOU. Sire of the dams of 65 Stakes winners. In 2012 - NIWOT Galileo G1.

Northern Dancer Sadler’s Wells Fairy Bridge GALILEO b 98 Miswaki Urban Sea Allegretta NIWOT b g 2004 Vaguely Noble Noble Bijou Priceless Gem TOO DARN HOT ch 92 Balmerino Kiss Me Kate Anita Kay

524 - Moet & Chandon Champagne Stakes, G1, Randwick, April 28, 1600m 1 Pierro (AUS) 3 b c Lonhro (AUS) -

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international database Right Note (IRE) (Daylami (IRE)) 2 Dear Demi (AUS) 3 b f Dehere (USA) Shirley (AUS) (Zabeel (NZ)) 3 Tatra (AUS) 3 b c Hussonet (USA) Slovakia (USA) (Danzig (USA)) Sire: LONHRO. Sire of 32 Stakes winners. In 2012 - PIERRO Daylami G1, CELTS Canny Lad G3, RASPBERRIES Grand Lodge G3. 1st Dam: RIGHT NOTE by Daylami. 3 wins at 2, 4 and 5 in Australia, France. Dam of 1 winner: 2008: Thunder Set (g Reset) ran on the flat in Australia. 2009: PIERRO (c Lonhro) 5 wins in Australia, Moet & Chandon Champagne S G1, Golden Slipper S G1, Inglis Sires’ Produce S G1, Silver Slipper S G2, Spotless Todman S G2, Thoroughbred Breeders’ Plate LR. 2011: (f Lonhro) 2nd Dam: Sky Song by Sadler’s Wells. Dam of LAVEROCK (c Octagonal: Prix d’Ispahan G1, G. P. del Jockey Club e Coppa d’Oro G1, 2nd G.Dallmayr-Preis Bayerisches Zuchtrennen G1, 3rd Criterium de Saint-Cloud G1, Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud G1, G. P. del Jockey Club e Coppa d’Oro G1) Broodmare Sire: DAYLAMI. Sire of the dams of 6 Stakes winners. In 2012 PIERRO Lonhro G1.

Zabeel Octagonal Eight Carat LONHRO br 98 Straight Strike Shadea Concia PIERRO b c 2009 Doyoun Daylami Daltawa RIGHT NOTE gr 2003 Sadler’s Wells Sky Song Criquette

525 - Sportingbet Robert Sangster Stakes, G1, Morphettville, April 28, 1200m 1 Black Caviar (AUS) 6 br f Bel Esprit (AUS) - Helsinge (AUS) (Desert Sun (GB)) 2 Sistine Angel (AUS) 5 ch f Testa Rossa (AUS) - Famous Painter (AUS) (Peintre Celebre (USA)) 3 Power Princess (AUS) 6 br f Marwina (AUS) - All Electric (AUS) (Canonise (AUS)) Sire: BEL ESPRIT. Sire of 13 Stakes winners. In 2012 - BLACK CAVIAR Desert Sun G1, BEL SPRINTER Snippets LR. 1st Dam: Helsinge by Desert Sun.

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unraced. Dam of 3 winners: 2006: BLACK CAVIAR (f Bel Esprit) 19 wins in Australia, Sportingbet C F Orr S G1, Coolmore Lightning S G1 (twice), Lexus Newmarket H G1, Patinack Victoria Racing Club S G1 (twice), Pulse Pharmacy William Reid S G1, Sportingbet Robert Sangster S G1, Bundaberg Distilling BTC Cup G1, Darley T J Smith S G1, Schweppes A J Moir S G2 (twice), PFD Food Services Schillaci S G2 (twice), Danehill Rory’s Jester S G2, Essendon Mazda N.Carlyon S.Wootton S G2 (twice), Arrow Training Services W.Crockett Plate LR, Blue Sapphire S LR. 2007: MOSHE (c Bel Esprit) 3 wins in Australia. 2009: ALL TOO HARD (c Casino Prince) Winner in Australia, Pago Pago S G2, Henry Bucks Sires’ Produce S G2, 2nd Inglis Sires’ Produce S G1. 2010: (f Redoute’s Choice) 2011: (c Redoute’s Choice) 2nd Dam: SCANDINAVIA by Snippets. 4 wins in Australia Qantas QTC Cup G2, 2nd AWA Goodwood H G1, Sallinger S G1, 3rd Saab Lightning S G1, Newmarket H G1. Dam of MAGNUS (c Flying Spur: Bisey Workwear Galaxy H G1, 2nd Coolmore Lightning S G1, Newmarket H G1, Oakleigh Plate G1, 3rd Ultra Tune Oakleigh Plate G1), WILANDER (g Exceed And Excel: PFD Food Services Schillaci S G2) Broodmare Sire: DESERT SUN. Sire of the dams of 8 Stakes winners. In 2012 BLACK CAVIAR Bel Esprit G1, ALL TOO HARD Casino Prince G2.

Nijinsky Royal Academy Crimson Saint BEL ESPRIT b 99 Vain Bespoken Vin d’Amour BLACK CAVIAR br f 2006 Green Desert Desert Sun Solar HELSINGE b 2001 Snippets Scandinavia Song of Norway

526 - Schweppes Australasian Oaks, G1, Morphettville, April 28, 2000m 1 Invest (AUS) 4 b f Dehere (USA) Unearthly (NZ) (Zabeel (NZ)) 2 Our Miss Jones (NZ) 4 b f Darci Brahma (NZ) - Maryann Jones (NZ) (Fasliyev (USA)) 3 Essence (AUS) 4 b f Fastnet Rock (AUS) New Style (AUS) (Snippets (AUS)) Sire: DEHERE. Sire of 66 Stakes winners. In 2012 - INVEST Zabeel G1, DEAR DEMI Zabeel LR. 1st Dam: UNEARTHLY by Zabeel. Flight S G1. Dam of 2 winners:

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2007: JACARANDA TERRACE (f Redoute’s Choice) Winner at 3 in Japan. 2008: INVEST (f Dehere) Schweppes Australasian Oaks G1. 2nd Dam: SNIPPETS’ CROWN by Snippets. McDougall QRIS Added S LR. Dam of UNEARTHLY (f Zabeel, see above) Broodmare Sire: ZABEEL. Sire of the dams of 96 Stakes winners. In 2012 ATLANTIC JEWEL Fastnet Rock G1, INVEST Dehere G1, SILENT ACHIEVER O’Reilly G1, SINGLE MINDED Bachelor Duke G2, FULL OF SPIRIT Flying Spur G3, HE’S REMARKABLE Pentire G3, OCEAN PARK Thorn Park G3, PLANET ROCK Fastnet Rock G3, BURGUNDY Redoute’s Choice LR, DANEWIN SMYTZER Danewin LR, DEAR DEMI Dehere LR, FLYING FULTON Flying Spur LR, OVER QUOTA Testa Rossa LR, PAPILIO Redoute’s Choice LR, SOUTHERN SPEED Southern Image LR, SUNSTORM Strada LR. The Dehere/Zabeel cross has produced: DEAR DEMI G1, INVEST G1, NATURAL BLITZ G1, Lady Krovanh G2.

Vice Regent Deputy Minister Mint Copy DEHERE b 91 Secretariat Sister Dot Sword Game INVEST b f 2008 Sir Tristram Zabeel Lady Giselle UNEARTHLY b 2000 Snippets Snippets’ Crown Girl’s Paradise

527 - Audemars Piguet Queen Elizabeth II Cup, G1, Sha Tin, April 29, 2000m 1 Rulership (JPN) 5 b c King Kamehameha (JPN) - Air Groove (JPN) (Tony Bin) 2 Thumbs Up (NZ) 8 b g Shinko King (IRE) - Regelle (NZ) (Exploding Prospect (USA)) 3 Warning Flag (USA) 4 b c War Front (USA) - Good Vibes (USA) (Unbridled’s Song (USA)) Age: 2-5; Starts: 14; Wins: 7; Places: 3 Earnings: £2,598,714 Sire: KING KAMEHAMEHA. Sire of 19 Stakes winners. In 2012 - RULERSHIP Tony Bin G1, TO THE GLORY Sunday Silence G2, HIRABOKU KING Rahy G3, KEIAI DOSOJIN Cutlass G3, LADY ALBA ROSA Tejano Run G3, LORD KANALOA Storm Cat G3, COSMO SENSOR Rivlia LR, HIT THE TARGET Tamamo Cross LR. 1st Dam: AIR GROOVE by Tony Bin. Champion older mare in Japan in 1997. 9 wins at 2 to 5 in Japan, Tenno Sho (Autumn Emperor’s Cup) LR, Sapporo Kinen LR (twice), Yushun Himba (Oaks)

LR, Sankei Osaka Hai LR, Tulip Sho LR, Mermaid S LR, 2nd Japan Cup G1 (twice). Dam of 8 winners: 2000: ADMIRE GROOVE (f Sunday Silence) Champion older mare in Japan in 2004. 8 wins at 2 to 5 in Japan, Sankeisports Hai Hanshin Himba Tokubetsu LR, Queen Elizabeth II Commemorative Cup LR (twice), Kansai Telecasting Corp. Sho Rose S LR, Mermaid S LR, Wakaba S LR. Dam of Admire Sceptre (f King Kamehameha: 3 wins at 2 and 3 in Japan, 3rd Sapporo Nisai S G3, Fairy S G3) 2001: INTO THE GROOVE (f Sunday Silence) 4 wins at 3 to 5 in Japan. Broodmare. 2002: SAMURAI HEART (c Sunday Silence) 3 wins at 2 and 3 in Japan. 2003: Sonic Groove (f French Deputy) unraced. Broodmare. 2004: THESUNDAY FUSAICHI (c Dance In The Dark) 3 wins at 3 and 5 in Japan. 2005: PORTOFINO (f Kurofune) 3 wins at 2 and 3 in Japan. 2006: FORGETTABLE (c Dance In The Dark) 3 wins at 3 and 4 in Japan, Sports Nippon Sho Stayer’s S G2. 2007: RULERSHIP (c King Kamehameha) 7 wins at 2 to 5, 2012 in Japan, Audemars Piguet Queen Elizabeth II Cup G1, American Jockey Club Cup G2, Nikkei Shinshun Hai G2, Kinko Sho G2, Naruo Kinen G3, Principal S LR, 3rd Nikkei Sho G2. 2008: GULLVEIG (f Deep Impact) 2 wins at 2 and 3 in Japan. 2010: (f Deep Impact) 2nd Dam: DYNA CARLE by Northern Taste. Champion 2yr old filly in Japan in 1982. 5 wins in Japan Yushun Himba (Oaks) G1, 3rd Oka Sho (1000 Guineas) G1, 4th Arima Kinen G1. Dam of AIR GROOVE (f Tony Bin, see above). Grandam of OREWA MATTERUZE, EGAO O MISETE, Enoch, Flamme de Passion, Trionfare, Commandeur Cross. Third dam of I’M YOURS, WAR TACTICS, White Pilgrim, Kitasan Amigo. Broodmare Sire: TONY BIN. Sire of the dams of 50 Stakes winners. In 2012 CURREN CHAN Kurofune G1, RULERSHIP King Kamehameha G1. The King Kamehameha/Tony Bin cross has produced: RULERSHIP G1, Soulful Voice G3.

Mr Prospector Kingmambo Miesque KING KAMEHAMEHA b 2001 Last Tycoon Manfath Pilot Bird RULERSHIP b c 2007 Kampala Tony Bin Severn Bridge AIR GROOVE b 93 Northern Taste Dyna Carle Shadai Feather


international database 528 - Tenno Sho (Spring Emperor’s Cup), G1, Kyoto, April 29, 3200m 1 Beat Black (JPN) 5 bl c Miscast (JPN) - Alarm Call (JPN) (Brian’s Time (USA)) 2 Tosen Jordan (JPN) 6 b c Jungle Pocket (JPN) - Every Whisper (JPN) (Northern Taste (CAN)) 3 Win Variation (JPN) 4 b c Heart’s Cry (JPN) - Super Ballerina (CAN) (Storm Bird (CAN)) Age: 2-5; Starts: 27; Wins: 5; Places: 7 Earnings: £1,207,282 Sire: MISCAST. Sire of 1 Stakes winners. In 2012 - BEAT BLACK Brian’s Time G1. 1st Dam: ALARM CALL by Brian’s Time. 5 wins in Japan. Dam of 2 winners: 2003: Last Caress (f Desert King) 2006: (c Chief Bearhart) 2007: BEAT BLACK (c Miscast) 5 wins at 3 and 4 in Japan, Tenno Sho (Spring Emperor’s Cup) G1, OsakaHamburg Cup LR, 2nd Kyoto Daishoten G2, 3rd Kikuka Sho (St Leger) G1. 2009: COSMO ACHERNAR (c Agnes Digital) Winner at 3 in Japan. 2011: (c Conduit) Broodmare Sire: BRIAN’S TIME. Sire of the dams of 12 Stakes winners. In 2012 - BEAT BLACK Miscast G1, SHIGERU SUDACHI Kurofune LR.

Halo Sunday Silence Wishing Well MISCAST b 98 Tony Bin North Flight Shadai Flight BEAT BLACK bl c 2007 Roberto Brian’s Time Kelley’s Day ALARM CALL b 96 Rainbow Quest In One’s Joy Kaweah Maid

529 - Centrebet South Australian Derby, G1, Morphettville, May 5, 2400m 1 Zabeelionaire (NZ) 4 b c Zabeel (NZ) - Kisumu (AUS) (Carnegie (IRE)) 2 Sabrage (AUS) 4 br c Charge Forward (AUS) - Galroof (NZ) (Maroof (USA)) 3 Westsouthwest (NZ) 4 b g Darci Brahma (NZ) - Southern Sunset (GB) (Polish Precedent (USA)) Sire: ZABEEL. Sire of 152 Stakes winners. In 2012 - ZABEELIONAIRE Carnegie G1, SIX O’CLOCK NEWS Harbor Prince G2, SO PRISTINE Spinning World G2, ZURELLA Volksraad G2, ASAVANT Pins LR, BOLTON Success Express LR.

1st Dam: Kisumu by Carnegie. Winner in Australia, 3rd BMW Angus Armanasco S G2. Dam of 1 winner: 2008: ZABEELIONAIRE (c Zabeel) Centrebet South Australian Derby G1. 2nd Dam: Shana by Darshaan. unraced. Dam of Kisumu (f Carnegie, see above), Sandie (f Footstepsinthesand: 3rd NZ Bloodstock Canterbury Belle S LR, Ray Coupland John Grigg S LR) Broodmare Sire: CARNEGIE. Sire of the dams of 12 Stakes winners. In 2012 - ZABEELIONAIRE Zabeel G1, OPTIONS Casual Lies LR. The Zabeel/Carnegie cross has produced: ZABEELIONAIRE G1, Macedonian G2, Base G3.

Sir Ivor Sir Tristram Isolt ZABEEL b 86 Nureyev Lady Giselle Valderna ZABEELIONAIRE b c 2008 Sadler’s Wells Carnegie Detroit KISUMU b 2003 Darshaan Shana Vivre En Paix

Mile Cup G1, New Zealand Trophy G2. 2010: Red Sailing (f Zenno Rob Roy) unraced to date. 2011: (c Gold Allure) 2nd Dam: Penny’s Valentine by Storm Cat. 2 wins at 2 and 4 in France, USA, 3rd Premio Regina Elena (1000 Guineas) G2. Dam of PENNY’S GOLD (f Kingmambo: Prix Quincey G3, Ballston Spa Breeders’ Cup H G3, Jenny Wiley S G3, 3rd Diana H G2). Grandam of STRAIT OF ZANZIBAR, Cape San Blas, Magic Roberta. Broodmare Sire: GRINDSTONE. Sire of the dams of 10 Stakes winners. In 2012 - CURREN BLACK HILL Daiwa Major G1, RUSSIAN GREEK Giant’s Causeway LR, STREET LIFE Street Sense LR.

Halo Sunday Silence Wishing Well DAIWA MAJOR ch 2001 Northern Taste Scarlet Bouquet Scarlet Ink CURREN BLACK HILL b/br c 2009 Unbridled Grindstone Buzz My Bell CHARLESTON HARBOR b 98 Storm Cat Penny’s Valentine Mrs Penny

1 Curren Black Hill (JPN) 3 b/br c Daiwa Major (JPN) - Charleston Harbor (USA) (Grindstone (USA)) 2 Alfredo (JPN) 3 b c Symboli Kris S (USA) - Princess Camellia (JPN) (Sunday Silence (USA)) 3 Clarente (JPN) 3 ch c Dance In The Dark (JPN) - Erimo Pixy (JPN) (Dancing Brave (USA)) Age: 3; Starts: 4; Wins: 4; Places: 0 Earnings: £1,375,805 Sire: DAIWA MAJOR. Sire of 3 Stakes winners. In 2012 - CURREN BLACK HILL Grindstone G1, TOSEN BENIZAKURA White Muzzle G3. 1st Dam: Charleston Harbor by Grindstone. ran on the flat in USA. Dam of 5 winners: 2004: ASHLEY RIVER (f Mr Greeley) Winner at 2 in Japan. 2005: GRACE CHURCH (f Taiki Shuttle) Winner at 3 in Japan. 2007: ADMIRE CAROL (f Special Week) 2 wins at 3 and 4 in Japan. 2008: CURREN DAY MOON (c Tanino Gimlet) Winner at 2 in Japan. 2009: CURREN BLACK HILL (c Daiwa Major) 4 wins at 3 in Japan, NHK

2nd Dam: Cheese Soup by Spectacular Bid. unraced. Dam of A LA CARTE (f Caerleon: Bonusprint October S LR), Great Joy (f Grand Lodge, see above). Grandam of WATHAB, Silver Blazer. Broodmare Sire: GRAND LODGE. Sire of the dams of 42 Stakes winners. In 2012 - XTENSION Xaar G1, PIED A TERRE Ad Valorem G2, APPEARANCE Commands G3, GEEGEES BLACKFLASH Clangalang G3, RASPBERRIES Lonhro G3, GLORY POWER Medicean LR, LUCAYAN Turtle Bowl LR, SANJII DANON Big Shuffle LR, TEMPER TANTRUM Hold That Tiger LR, BURRENBRIDGE LODGE Ivan Denisovich LR, LOVCEN Tiger Hill LR.

Gone West Zafonic Zaizafon XAAR b 95 Sir Ivor Monroe Best In Show XTENSION br c 2007

531 - The BMW Champions’ Mile, G1, Sha Tin, May 6, 1600m 530 - NHK Mile Cup, G1, Tokyo, May 6, 1600m

Trophy LR, Mercedes Benz Hong Kong Classic Mile LR, 3rd Jumeirah Dewhurst S G1, Prix Jean Prat G1, Cathay Pacific Hong Kong Mile G1. 2008: London Avenue (g Compton Place) 2009: A Huge Dream (f Refuse To Bend)

1 Xtension (IRE) 5 br c Xaar (GB) Great Joy (IRE) (Grand Lodge (USA)) 2 Glorious Days (AUS) 5 br g Hussonet (USA) - San Century (NZ) (Centaine (AUS)) 3 Luck Or Design (IRE) 5 b g Dubawi (IRE) - Birjand (GB) (Green Desert (USA)) Age: 2-5; Starts: 21; Wins: 3; Places: 12 Earnings: £1,874,819 Sire: XAAR. Sire of 30 Stakes winners. In 2012 - XTENSION Grand Lodge G1, THE CHEKA Royal Academy LR. 1st Dam: Great Joy by Grand Lodge. Winner at 3 in Germany, 2nd Dusseldorfer BMW Preis LR. Dam of 1 winner: 2003: (f Acatenango). died as a foal. 2004: Spectacular Joy (g Spectrum) 2005: Beatrix Potter (f Cadeaux Genereux). Broodmare. 2007: XTENSION (c Xaar) Sold 10,503gns yearling at TISEP. 3 wins at 2 and 4 at home, Hong Kong, The BMW Champions’ Mile G1 (twice), Veuve Clicquot Vintage S G2, 2nd Coventry S G2, Mercedes Benz Hong Kong Derby LR, The Citibank Hong Kong Gold Cup LR, The Stewards’ Cup LR, The Sha Tin

Chief’s Crown Grand Lodge La Papagena GREAT JOY b 96 Spectacular Bid Cheese Soup Avum

532 - Distinctive Homes Goodwood Handicap, G1, Morphettville, May 12, 1200m 1 Black Caviar (AUS) 6 br f Bel Esprit (AUS) - Helsinge (AUS) (Desert Sun (GB)) 2 We’re Gonna Rock (AUS) 6 b c Fastnet Rock (AUS) - Harrow (AUS) (Dehere (USA)) 3 Stirling Grove (AUS) 5 b g Mossman (AUS) - Kalamata (AUS) (Desert Prince (IRE)) Sire: BEL ESPRIT. Sire of 13 Stakes winners. In 2012 - BLACK CAVIAR Desert Sun G1, BEL SPRINTER Snippets LR. 1st Dam: Helsinge by Desert Sun. unraced. Dam of 3 winners: 2006: BLACK CAVIAR (f Bel Esprit) 20 wins in Australia, Sportingbet C F Orr S G1, Coolmore Lightning S G1 (twice), Distinctive Homes Goodwood H G1, Lexus Newmarket H G1, Patinack Victoria Racing Club S G1 (twice), Pulse Pharmacy William Reid S G1, Sportingbet Robert Sangster S G1,

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international database Bundaberg Distilling BTC Cup G1, Darley T J Smith S G1, Schweppes A J Moir S G2 (twice), PFD Food Services Schillaci S G2 (twice), Danehill Rory’s Jester S G2, Essendon Mazda N.Carlyon S.Wootton S G2 (twice), Arrow Training Services W.Crockett Plate LR, Blue Sapphire S LR. 2007: MOSHE (c Bel Esprit) 3 wins in Australia. 2009: ALL TOO HARD (c Casino Prince) Winner in Australia, Pago Pago S G2, Henry Bucks Sires’ Produce S G2, 2nd Inglis Sires’ Produce S G1. 2010: (f Redoute’s Choice) 2011: (c Redoute’s Choice) 2nd Dam: SCANDINAVIA by Snippets. 4 wins in Australia Qantas QTC Cup G2, 2nd AWA Goodwood H G1, Sallinger S G1, 3rd Saab Lightning S G1, Newmarket H G1. Dam of MAGNUS (c Flying Spur: Bisey Workwear Galaxy H G1, 2nd Coolmore Lightning S G1, Newmarket H G1, Oakleigh Plate G1, 3rd Ultra Tune Oakleigh Plate G1), WILANDER (g Exceed And Excel: PFD Food Services Schillaci S G2) Broodmare Sire: DESERT SUN. Sire of the dams of 8 Stakes winners. In 2012 BLACK CAVIAR Bel Esprit G1, ALL TOO HARD Casino Prince G2.

Nijinsky Royal Academy Crimson Saint BEL ESPRIT b 99 Vain Bespoken Vin d’Amour BLACK CAVIAR br f 2006 Green Desert Desert Sun Solar HELSINGE b 2001 Snippets Scandinavia Song of Norway

ROBSTER Woodman LR. 1st Dam: Express A Smile by Success Express. unraced. Own sister to SNAPSHOTS. Dam of 4 winners: 1999: LADY DEHERE (f Dehere) Bank of New Zealand Breeders’ S G2. Dam of ORACY (c Zabeel: Unitrans Dingaans G2, Gauteng Guineas G2), THE LADY (f Stravinsky: Murdoch Newell Counties Challenge S LR, Fairview Ford S LR, 3rd Stella Artois Eclipse S G3) 2000: Dubai Express (f Zabeel) unraced. Dam of Rockadubai (f Fastnet Rock: 3rd Murdoch Newell Counties Challenge S LR) 2001: ORATORIO (c Stravinsky) Essendon Nissan Red Anchor S G3. 2002: King’s Stand (g Spectrum) unraced. 2003: DISCORSI (c Galileo) Gibson Carmichael S LR. 2004: Desert Alert (c Red Ransom) unraced. 2005: Fuduchonne (g Fusaichi Pegasus) unraced. 2007: Rock Success (f Rock of Gibraltar) unraced. 2008: SEA SIREN (f Fastnet Rock) Bundaberg Distilling Company BTC Cup G1, Patinack Farm Light Fingers S G2, 2nd Patinack Farm Surround S G2. 2009: (f Street Sense) 2nd Dam: HOLD THAT SMILE by Haulpak. 4 wins in Australia Burswood Casino Karrakatta Plate G1. Own sister to CARRY A SMILE. Dam of SNAPSHOTS (f Success Express: Keith Mackay Quality H LR, 2nd Silver Shadow S G2) Broodmare Sire: SUCCESS EXPRESS. Sire of the dams of 22 Stakes winners. In 2012 - GUISEPPINA Johar G1, SEA SIREN Fastnet Rock G1, BOLTON Zabeel LR. The Fastnet Rock/Success Express cross has produced: SEA SIREN G1, Lagerphone LR.

533 - Bundaberg Distilling Company BTC Cup, G1, Doomben, May 12, 1200m

(JPN) - Donna Blini (GB) (Bertolini (USA)) 3 Marcellina (JPN) 4 b f Deep Impact (JPN) - Marbye (IRE) (Marju (IRE)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 9; Wins: 4; Places: 4 Earnings: £1,735,653 Sire: KUROFUNE. Sire of 14 Stakes winners. In 2012 - CURREN CHAN Tony Bin G1, WHALE CAPTURE Sunday Silence G1, GOLDEN HIND Seeking The Gold LR, SHIGERU SUDACHI Brian’s Time LR. 1st Dam: Global Peace by Sunday Silence. unraced. Dam of 2 winners: 2007: DREAM SAILING (c Kurofune) 3 wins at 3 and 4 in Japan. 2008: WHALE CAPTURE (f Kurofune) 4 wins at 2 and 3 in Japan, Victoria Mile G1, Kansai Telecasting Corp. Sho Rose S G2, Daily Hai Queen Cup G3, 2nd Hanshin Juvenile Fillies S G1, Oka Sho (1000 Guineas) G1, 3rd Yushun Himba (Oaks) G1, Shuka Sho G1, KBS Kyoto Sho Fantasy S G3. Broodmare Sire: SUNDAY SILENCE. Sire of the dams of 103 Stakes winners. In 2012 - MORE JOYOUS More Than Ready G1, WHALE CAPTURE Kurofune G1, FEDERALIST Empire Maker G2, SILPORT White Muzzle G2, TO THE GLORY King Kamehameha G2, ALL THAT JAZZ Tanino Gimlet G3, MEINER LACRIMA Chief Bearhart G3, QUIET OASIS Oasis Dream G3, SAINT BAUDOLINO Pivotal G3, SILENT MELODY Symboli Kris S G3, A SHIN WHITY Sakura Bakushin O LR, DUBAI GINA Dubai Destination LR, FARIDAT Kingmambo LR, MAKOTO NAWARATANA Falbrav LR, SOLITARY KING King Kamehameha LR, YOUNG AT HEART French Deputy LR. The Kurofune/Sunday Silence cross has produced: BRAVO DAISY G1, WHALE CAPTURE G1, FUSAICHI RICHARD G2, TRIP G2, YUKICHAN LR, Bateau d’Or G3, Toshi Gang Star G3, Whey Sauce G3, Best Cruise LR, Black Runner LR, Taisei Chevalier LR.

2 Lights of Heaven (NZ) 5 b f Zabeel (NZ) - I’m In Heaven (NZ) (Volksraad (GB)) 3 Manighar (FR) 6 gr g Linamix (FR) Mintly Fresh (USA) (Rubiano (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 7; Wins: 2; Places: 4 Earnings: £62,810 Sire: TERTULLIAN. Sire of 12 Stakes winners. In 2012 - MAWINGO Sadler’s Wells G1. 1st Dam: Montfleur by Sadler’s Wells. ran twice at 3. Dam of 2 winners: 2007: MOUNTAIN ROSE (f Tiger Hill) Winner at 3 in Germany. 2008: MAWINGO (c Tertullian) 2 wins at 3 in Germany, Kirks Doomben Cup G1, onextwo.com Bavarian Classic G3, 3rd G C Bulletin A D Hollindale S G2, Fruhjahrspreis des Bankhauses Metzler G3. 2009: Mystique (f Monsun) unraced to date. 2010: Magali (f Monsun) unraced to date. 2nd Dam: MACKIE by Summer Squall. 3 wins at 2 and 3 in USA Busher H G3, 3rd Ashland S G1. Dam of MR MELLON (c Red Ransom: Arlington Classic S G2), SEEKING THE BEST (c Seeking The Gold: Chunichi Sports Hai Musashino S G3), Danebury Hill (c Danehill: 3rd Iveco Daily Solario S G3), Beaucette (f Mr Prospector: 2nd Golden Poppy H). Grandam of KRISTALI. Broodmare Sire: SADLER’S WELLS. Sire of the dams of 274 Stakes winners. In 2012 - MASTER OF HOUNDS Kingmambo G1, MAWINGO Tertullian G1, VISCOUNT NELSON Giant’s Causeway G2, CHRYSANTHEMUM Danehill Dancer G3, FOX HUNT Dubawi G3, THE FUGUE Dansili G3, AIKEN Selkirk LR, CASTLETHORPE Not A Single Doubt LR, DARK ORCHID Dansili LR, ELECTROLYSER Daylami LR, STIPULATE Dansili LR, TANNERY Dylan Thomas LR, CAPTAIN CONAN Kingsalsa LR.

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1 Sea Siren (AUS) 4 b f Fastnet Rock (AUS) - Express A Smile (AUS) (Success Express (USA)) 2 Scenic Blast (AUS) 8 b g Scenic Daughter’s Charm (AUS) (Delgado (USA)) 3 Beaded (AUS) 7 br f Lonhro (AUS) Subtle (AUS) (Night Shift (USA)) Sire: FASTNET ROCK. Sire of 30 Stakes winners. In 2012 - ATLANTIC JEWEL Zabeel G1, FOXWEDGE Forest Wildcat G1, MOSHEEN Stravinsky G1, SEA SIREN Success Express G1, EMPRESS ROCK Encosta de Lago G2, HIGHLY RECOMMENDED Al Hareb G2, JADE MARAUDER Jade Robbery G3, PLANET ROCK Zabeel G3, WE’RE GONNA ROCK Dehere G3, DRIEFONTEIN Export Price LR, ROCK ‘N’ POP Sir Tristram LR, ROCK

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Razyana FASTNET ROCK b 2001 Royal Academy Piccadilly Circus Gatana SEA SIREN b f 2008 Hold Your Peace Success Express Au Printemps EXPRESS A SMILE b 95 Haulpak Hold That Smile Silver Smile

534 - Victoria Mile, G1, Tokyo, May 13, 1600m 1 Whale Capture (JPN) 4 gr f Kurofune (USA) - Global Peace (JPN) (Sunday Silence (USA)) 2 Donau Blue (JPN) 4 b f Deep Impact

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Mr Prospector Deputy Minister French Deputy Mitterand KUROFUNE gr 98 Classic Go Go Blue Avenue Eliza Blue WHALE CAPTURE gr f 2008 Halo Sunday Silence Wishing Well GLOBAL PEACE b 2001 Nashwan Eminent Girl Talented Girl

535 - Kirks Doomben Cup, G1, Doomben, May 19, 2000m 1 Mawingo (GER) 4 b c Tertullian (USA) - Montfleur (GB) (Sadler’s Wells (USA))

Miswaki Hopespringseternal TERTULLIAN ch 95 Trempolino Turbaine Allegretta MAWINGO b c 2008 Northern Dancer Sadler’s Wells Fairy Bridge MONTFLEUR b 2002 Summer Squall Mackie Glowing Tribute

536 - Org.Sulamericana Fomento P.S. de Corrida, G1, Cidade Jardim, May 19, 2000m 1 I Scream (BRZ) 4 b f Ay Caramba


international database (BRZ) - Uff-Uff (BRZ) (De Quest (GB)) 2 Vanua Levu (BRZ) 4 b f Wild Event (USA) - Natla (BRZ) (Joyeux Danseur (USA)) 3 Paris-It (BRZ) 5 b f Astor Place (IRE) Pari Zana (BRZ) (Choctaw Ridge (USA)) Sire: AY CARAMBA. Sire of 1 Stakes winners. In 2012 - I SCREAM De Quest G1. 1st Dam: Uff-Uff by De Quest. ran on the flat in Brazil. Dam of 5 winners: 2003: Dolce Allegra (f Spend A Buck) 2004: ETA FERRO (f Put It Back) Winner in Brazil. 2005: FLUKE (c Wild Event) 2 wins in Brazil, Frank E Kilroe Mile H G1, Citation H G1, 2nd Frank E Kilroe Mile H G1, Grande Premio Juliano Martins G1. 2006: GUGU DADA (c Our Emblem) 3 wins in Brazil, Grande Presidente Vargas G3, 3rd Grande Premio Gervasio Seabra G2. 2007: HUNKA HUNKA (f Wild Event) 3 wins in Brazil, Grande Premio Diana-Stud TNT G1, 2nd GP Henrique Possollo Stud TNT (1000 Gns) G1, G.P. Roberto E Nelson Grimaldi Seabra G1, 3rd GP Cruzeiro Sul Derby Carioca-Stud TNT G1. 2008: I SCREAM (f Ay Caramba) 3 wins in Brazil, Org.Sulamericana Fomento P.S. de Corrida G1, Classico Armando Rodrigues Carneiro LR, 3rd G. P. Francisco Villela de Paula Machado G2. 2009: Joy Baby Bunny (f Wild Event) unraced to date. 2nd Dam: DONNEGALLE by Campero. 9 wins in Brazil Grande Premio 25 de Janeiro G2. Dam of CAGNEY (c Roy: GP Asoc.Bras.Criadores Cavalo de Corrida G1, 3rd Clement L Hirsch MemTurf Championship G1, Charles Whittingham H G1), MALMEDY (c Un Etendard: Grande Premio Salgado Filho G2 (twice), Grande Premio Gervasio Seabra G2, 2nd Grande Premio Presidente Republica G1, 3rd Grande Premio Presidente da Republica G1), NINETIES (f Clackson: G.P. C. Telles e C. Gilberto Rocha Faria G2), ON THE EDGE (c Ghadeer: Classico Luiz Gurgel do Amaral Valente LR, 2nd Grande Premio Salgado Filho G2), Jump Bail (c Trempolino: 2nd C. Primavera Taca Ernani Glower Bastos LR). Grandam of MUCH FASTER, Norma Legal. Broodmare Sire: DE QUEST. Sire of the dams of 5 Stakes winners. In 2012 - I SCREAM Ay Caramba G1, HUNKA HUNKA Wild Event G3.

Exclusive Native Roi Normand Luth de Saron AY CARAMBA b 2000 Ghadeer Onefortheroad Court Lady I SCREAM b f 2008 Rainbow Quest De Quest De Stael UFF-UFF b 98 Campero Donnegalle Draw Back

537 - Asoc.Brasil dos Criadores Cavalo Corrida, G1, Cidade Jardim, May 19, 1000m 1 Berlino di Tiger (BRZ) 4 ch c Tiger Heart (USA) - Rainha da Bateria (BRZ) (Torrential (USA)) 2 Landlover (ARG) 5 b c Lode (USA) - La Fornarina (USA) (Deposit Ticket (USA)) 3 Volcanique (BRZ) 4 b c Northern Afleet (USA) - Obra Prima (USA) (Saint Ballado (CAN)) Sire: TIGER HEART. Sire of 5 Stakes winners. In 2012 - BERLINO DI TIGER Torrential G1, HOT Blushing Toss LR, QUIMAQUINA Spark Chief LR. 1st Dam: RAINHA DA BATERIA by Torrential. Winner in Brazil. Own sister to SICILIA. Dam of 1 winner: 2008: BERLINO DI TIGER (c Tiger Heart) 6 wins in Brazil, Asoc.Brasil dos Criadores Cavalo Corrida G1, Grande Premio Presidente Julio Mesquita G3, Grande Premio ABCPCC Velocidade G3, 3rd Grande Premio Major Suckow G1. 2009: Cleopatra di Job (f Job Di Caroline) unraced to date. 2nd Dam: Gigi da Mangueira by Shining Steel. 2nd Classico Jayme Moniz de Aragao LR, 3rd Grande Premio Cordeiro da Graca G2. Dam of SICILIA (f Torrential: C. Presidente Waldyr Prudente de Toledo LR, 3rd Grande Premio Major Suckow G1), Pantaneiro (c Royal Academy: 2nd C. Presidente Carlos Paes de Barros LR) Broodmare Sire: TORRENTIAL. Sire of the dams of 3 Stakes winners. In 2012 BERLINO DI TIGER Tiger Heart G1.

Storm Cat Scatmandu Princess Alydar TIGER HEART ch 2001 Silver Deputy No Small Miracle Miraculous BERLINO DI TIGER ch c 2008 Gulch Torrential Killaloe RAINHA DA BATERIA gr 2003 Shining Steel Gigi da Mangueira Carnavalesca

538 - Yushun Himba (Oaks), G1, Tokyo, May 20, 2400m

539 - Grande Premio Presidente da Republica, G1, Cidade Jardim, May 20, 1600m

1 Gentildonna (JPN) 3 b f Deep Impact (JPN) - Donna Blini (GB) (Bertolini (USA)) 2 Verxina (JPN) 3 bl f Deep Impact (JPN) - Halwa Sweet (JPN) (Machiavellian (USA)) 3 Ice Follies (JPN) 3 gr f Stay Gold (JPN) - Lilium (JPN) (Kurofune (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 5; Wins: 3; Places: 1 Earnings: £1,388,136 Sire: DEEP IMPACT. Sire of 24 Stakes winners. In 2012 - BEAUTY PARLOUR Giant’s Causeway G1, GENTILDONNA Bertolini G1, TOSEN HOMAREBOSHI Northern Taste G2, AQUAMARINE Alzao G3, BEST DEAL Marchand de Sable G3, DONAU BLUE Bertolini G3, HISTORICAL Northern Taste G3, VERXINA Machiavellian G3, WORLD ACE Acatenango G3, PARA LA SALUD Stuka LR, SMART ROBIN Lyphard LR, SPIELBERG Lycius LR. 1st Dam: DONNA BLINI by Bertolini. 4 wins at 2 and 3, Sky Bet Cheveley Park S G1. Dam of 2 winners: 2008: DONAU BLUE (f Deep Impact) 4 wins at 2 to 4 in Japan, Kyoto Himba S G3, 2nd Victoria Mile G1. 2009: GENTILDONNA (f Deep Impact) 3 wins at 2 and 3 in Japan, Oka Sho (1000 Guineas) G1, Yushun Himba (Oaks) G1, Nikkan Sports Sho Shinzan Kinen G3. 2010: (c Neo Universe) 2011: (c Zenno Rob Roy) 2nd Dam: CAL NORMA’S LADY by Lyphard’s Special. 3 wins at 2. Dam of DONNA BLINI (f Bertolini, see above), MAGICAL (c Magic Ring: Will Rogers H) Broodmare Sire: BERTOLINI. Sire of the dams of 3 Stakes winners. In 2012 GENTILDONNA Deep Impact G1, AMARON Shamardal G3, DONAU BLUE Deep Impact G3. The Deep Impact/Bertolini cross has produced: DONAU BLUE G1, GENTILDONNA G1.

Halo Sunday Silence Wishing Well DEEP IMPACT b 2002 Alzao Wind In Her Hair Burghclere GENTILDONNA b f 2009 Danzig Bertolini Aquilegia DONNA BLINI ch 2003 Lyphard’s Special Cal Norma’s Lady June Darling

1 Olympic Thunder (BRZ) 4 b c Durban Thunder (BRZ) - Cute Little Bear (BRZ) (Roy (USA)) 2 Qua Qua Qua (BRZ) 4 ch c Amigoni (IRE) - Left Handed (BRZ) (Vettori (IRE)) 3 Hermes (BRZ) 5 b c Miesque’s Son (USA) - Deep Passion (BRZ) (Ibero (ARG)) Sire: DURBAN THUNDER. Sire of 3 Stakes winners. In 2012 - OLYMPIC THUNDER Roy G1, DESEJADO THUNDER Spend A Buck G3. 1st Dam: Cute Little Bear by Roy. Dam of 4 winners: 2002: Nativo de Amambay (c Know Heights) 5 wins in Brazil, 2nd G. P. Linneo Eduardo de Paula Machado G3. 2005: QUINHENTAS INDY (f P T Indy) 2 wins in Brazil. 2006: RAIZ DO BRASIL (f P T Indy) 2 wins in Brazil. 2008: OLYMPIC THUNDER (c Durban Thunder) 2 wins in Brazil, Grande Premio Presidente da Republica G1, 2nd Grande Presidente Vargas G3, 3rd Classico Julio Capua LR. 2nd Dam: Indian Home by Homing. 2 wins at 3 and 5 in Brazil, 3rd Classico Jockey Club de Sao Paulo LR. Dam of Shartran (c Roi Normand: 3rd Classico dia da Justica LR) Broodmare Sire: ROY. Sire of the dams of 77 Stakes winners. In 2012 OLYMPIC THUNDER Durban Thunder G1, TARSILIA Roman Ruler G1, EMMANUEL Roman Ruler G2, TROYA Powerscourt G3, BRUJO DE OLLEROS Wild Event LR, GET THE COLOR Indy Dancer LR.

Nijinsky Royal Academy Crimson Saint DURBAN THUNDER b 2001 Ghadeer Fausse Monnaie Currahill Castle OLYMPIC THUNDER b c 2008 Fappiano Roy Adlibber CUTE LITTLE BEAR b 97 Homing Indian Home Fast Asleep

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540 - Grande Premio Sao Paulo, G1, Cidade Jardim, May 20, 2400m

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1 Invictus (BRZ) 4 b c Sulamani (IRE) Get Back (BRZ) (Fast Gold (USA)) 2 Veraneio (BRZ) 4 b c Signal Tap (USA) Personal Ensign (ARG) (Fitzcarraldo (ARG))

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international database 383 - The Coral Charge Sprint Stakes, G3, Sandown Park, July 7, 5f 1 Caledonia Lady (GB) 3 b f Firebreak (GB) - Granuaile O’Malley (IRE) (Mark of Esteem (IRE)) 2 Confessional (GB) 5 b g Dubawi (IRE) Golden Nun (GB) (Bishop of Cashel (GB)) 3 Free Zone (GB) 3 b g Kyllachy (GB) Aldora (GB) (Magic Ring (IRE)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 13; Wins: 2; Places: 7 Earnings: £79,846 Sire: FIREBREAK. Sire of 3 Stakes winners. In 2012 - CALEDONIA LADY Mark of Esteem G3. 1st Dam: Granuaile O’Malley by Mark of Esteem. Dam of 3 winners: 2005: Eastern Pride (f Fraam) ran a few times. 2006: CALEDONIA PRINCESS (f Kyllachy) 6 wins at 2 to 5, 2011. 2008: CALEDONIA PRINCE (g Needwood Blade) 3 wins at 3 and 4. 2009: CALEDONIA LADY (f Firebreak) Sold 952gns yearling at ASNOV. 2 wins at 2 and 3, The Coral Charge Sprint S G3, BAM Properties Harry Rosebery S LR, 2nd EBF Whitsbury Manor Stud Lansdown S LR, 3rd Polypipe Flying Childers S G2, Queen Mary S G2, Jaguar XJ Cornwallis S G3, also placed fourth in Lowther Stakes, York, Gr.2. 2011: (c Firebreak) 2nd Dam: Dame Laura by Royal Academy. 2 wins at 2 and 3, 2nd May Hill S G3, Queen Mary S G3. Dam of PART TIMER (c Mujadil: Tempe H) Broodmare Sire: MARK OF ESTEEM. Sire of the dams of 15 Stakes winners. In 2012 - MIKHAIL GLINKA Galileo G2, CALEDONIA LADY Firebreak G3, WALDLERCHE Monsun G3, EXCELETTE Exceed And Excel LR.

Warning Charnwood Forest Dance of Leaves FIREBREAK b 99 Song Breakaway Catherine Howard CALEDONIA LADY b f 2009 Darshaan Mark of Esteem Homage GRANUAILE O’MALLEY b 2000 Royal Academy Dame Laura Aunty

384 - Coral Eclipse Stakes, G1, Sandown Park, July 7, 10f 1 Nathaniel (IRE) 4 b c Galileo (IRE) Magnificient Style (USA) (Silver Hawk

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(USA)) 2 Farhh (GB) 4 b c Pivotal (GB) Gonbarda (GER) (Lando (GER)) 3 Twice Over (GB) 7 b/br c Observatory (USA) - Double Crossed (GB) (Caerleon (USA)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 8; Wins: 4; Places: 3 Earnings: £991,475 Sire: GALILEO. Sire of 114 Stakes winners. In 2012 - FRANKEL Danehill G1, GOLDEN LILAC Danehill G1, IGUGU Intikhab G1, NATHANIEL Silver Hawk G1, NIWOT Noble Bijou G1, WAS Green Desert G1, GREAT HEAVENS Silver Hawk G2, MAHBOOBA Red Ransom G2, MIKHAIL GLINKA Mark of Esteem G2, ALTANO Lando G3, ASTROLOGY Dr Fong G3, IMPERIAL MONARCH Slip Anchor G3, LINTON Centaine G3, GATEWOOD Selkirk LR, KISSED Darshaan LR, MICHELANGELO Darshaan LR, NOBLE MISSION Danehill LR, VITA NOVA Darshaan LR, CELESTIAL HALO High Top LR, VIA GALILEI Danehill LR. 1st Dam: MAGNIFICIENT STYLE by Silver Hawk. 2 wins at 3, Tattersalls Musidora S G3. Dam of 10 winners: 1999: STYLELISTICK (f Storm Cat) 4 wins at 2 and 3 in USA, Appalachian S LR, Green River S LR, 3rd Regret S G3. Broodmare. 2000: ECHOES IN ETERNITY (f Spinning World) 4 wins at 2 to 4, National Stud Club Park Hill S G2, Peugeot Sun Chariot S G2. Dam of WHISPERING GALLERY (g Daylami: 7 wins at 3 to 5 at home, UAE, Dubai Duty Free DRC Gold Cup G3) 2001: PERCUSSIONIST (g Sadler’s Wells) 11 wins, Emirates Airline Yorkshire Cup G2, Grand National Hurdle LR. 2002: PLAYFUL ACT (f Sadler’s Wells). 4 wins at 2 and 3, Meon Valley Stud Fillies’ Mile S G1, 2nd Darley Irish Oaks G1. Dam of GIANTS PLAY (f Giant’s Causeway: 2 wins at 3 and 4 at home, USA, New York S G2) 2003: DISTINCTIVE LOOK (f Danehill) Winner at 3. Broodmare. 2004: PETARA BAY (g Peintre Celebre) 3 wins at 2, 3 and 7, Connaught Access Flooring Feilden S LR, 3rd Princess of Wales’s wbx.com S G2. 2005: CHANGING SKIES (f Sadler’s Wells) 5 wins at 3 to 6, 2011 at home, USA, La Prevoyante H G3, The Very One S G3, 2nd Flower Bowl Invitational S G1. 2007: MONTEREY (g Montjeu) 2 wins at 3 and 5. 2008: NATHANIEL (c Galileo) Champion 3yr old in Europe in 2011 (9.5-11f.). 4 wins at 3 and 4, Coral Eclipse S G1, King George VI & Queen Elizabeth S G1, King Edward VII S G2, 2nd MBNA Chester Vase G3. 2009: GREAT HEAVENS (f Galileo) 3 wins at 3, Bet 365 Lancashire

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GALILEI Danehill LR. Throne Room (c Oasis Willoughby (f Oasis Dream)

2nd Dam: MIA KARINA by Icecapade. 1 win at 3 in France. Dam of SIBERIAN SUMMER (c Siberian Express: Charles H Strub S G1), MAGNIFICIENT STYLE (f Silver Hawk, see above). Grandam of Errante. Broodmare Sire: SILVER HAWK. Sire of the dams of 66 Stakes winners. In 2012 - NATHANIEL Galileo G1, GREAT HEAVENS Galileo G2, SO BEAUTIFUL Zamindar G3, WINTER MEMORIES El Prado G3, FACOLTOSO Refuse To Bend LR, STARS TO SHINE Tale of The Cat LR. The Galileo/Silver Hawk cross has produced: NATHANIEL G1, GREAT HEAVENS G2, ARISTOCRAT LR, NAMIBIA LR, Seville G1, Aigue Marine LR.

Northern Dancer Sadler’s Wells Fairy Bridge GALILEO b 98 Miswaki Urban Sea Allegretta NATHANIEL b c 2008 Roberto Silver Hawk Gris Vitesse MAGNIFICIENT STYLE b 93 Icecapade Mia Karina Basin

385 - Bet 365 Lancashire Oaks, G2, Haydock Park, July 7, 12f 1 Great Heavens (GB) 3 b f Galileo (IRE) - Magnificient Style (USA) (Silver Hawk (USA)) 2 Shimmering Surf (IRE) 5 b f Danehill Dancer (IRE) - Sun On The Sea (IRE) (Bering) 3 Set To Music (IRE) 4 b f Danehill Dancer (IRE) - Zarabaya (IRE) (Doyoun) Age: 2-3; Starts: 4; Wins: 3; Places: 0 Earnings: £67,640 Sire: GALILEO. Sire of 114 Stakes winners. In 2012 - FRANKEL Danehill G1, GOLDEN LILAC Danehill G1, IGUGU Intikhab G1, NATHANIEL Silver Hawk G1, NIWOT Noble Bijou G1, WAS Green Desert G1, GREAT HEAVENS Silver Hawk G2, MAHBOOBA Red Ransom G2, MIKHAIL GLINKA Mark of Esteem G2, ALTANO Lando G3, ASTROLOGY Dr Fong G3, IMPERIAL MONARCH Slip Anchor G3, LINTON Centaine G3, GATEWOOD Selkirk LR, KISSED Darshaan LR, MICHELANGELO Darshaan LR, NOBLE MISSION Danehill LR, VITA NOVA Darshaan LR, CELESTIAL HALO High Top LR, VIA

1st Dam: MAGNIFICIENT STYLE by Silver Hawk. 2 wins at 3, Tattersalls Musidora S G3. Dam of 10 winners: 1999: STYLELISTICK (f Storm Cat) 4 wins at 2 and 3 in USA, Appalachian S LR, Green River S LR, 3rd Regret S G3. Broodmare. 2000: ECHOES IN ETERNITY (f Spinning World) 4 wins at 2 to 4, National Stud Club Park Hill S G2, Peugeot Sun Chariot S G2. Dam of WHISPERING GALLERY (g Daylami: 7 wins at 3 to 5 at home, UAE, Dubai Duty Free DRC Gold Cup G3) 2001: PERCUSSIONIST (g Sadler’s Wells) 11 wins, Emirates Airline Yorkshire Cup G2, Grand National Hurdle LR. 2002: PLAYFUL ACT (f Sadler’s Wells). 4 wins at 2 and 3, Meon Valley Stud Fillies’ Mile S G1, 2nd Darley Irish Oaks G1. Dam of GIANTS PLAY (f Giant’s Causeway: 2 wins at 3 and 4 at home, USA, New York S G2) 2003: DISTINCTIVE LOOK (f Danehill) Winner at 3. Broodmare. 2004: PETARA BAY (g Peintre Celebre) 3 wins at 2, 3 and 7, Connaught Access Flooring Feilden S LR, 3rd Princess of Wales’s wbx.com S G2. 2005: CHANGING SKIES (f Sadler’s Wells) 5 wins at 3 to 6, 2011 at home, USA, La Prevoyante H G3, The Very One S G3, 2nd Flower Bowl Invitational S G1. 2007: MONTEREY (g Montjeu) 2 wins at 3 and 5. 2008: NATHANIEL (c Galileo) Champion 3yr old in Europe in 2011 (9.5-11f.). 4 wins at 3 and 4, Coral Eclipse S G1, King George VI & Queen Elizabeth S G1. 2009: GREAT HEAVENS (f Galileo) 3 wins at 3, Bet 365 Lancashire Oaks G2, Lord Weinstock Mem. Ballymacoll S LR. 2011: Throne Room (c Oasis Dream) 2012: Willoughby (f Oasis Dream) 2nd Dam: MIA KARINA by Icecapade. 1 win at 3 in France. Dam of SIBERIAN SUMMER (c Siberian Express: Charles H Strub S G1), MAGNIFICIENT STYLE (f Silver Hawk, see above). Grandam of Errante. Broodmare Sire: SILVER HAWK. Sire of the dams of 66 Stakes winners. In 2012 - NATHANIEL Galileo G1, GREAT HEAVENS Galileo G2, SO BEAUTIFUL Zamindar G3, WINTER MEMORIES El Prado G3, FACOLTOSO Refuse To Bend LR, STARS TO SHINE Tale of The Cat LR. The Galileo/Silver Hawk cross has produced: NATHANIEL G1, GREAT HEAVENS G2, ARISTOCRAT LR, NAMIBIA LR, Seville G1, Aigue Marine LR.


international database Northern Dancer Sadler’s Wells Fairy Bridge GALILEO b 98 Miswaki Urban Sea Allegretta GREAT HEAVENS b f 2009 Roberto Silver Hawk Gris Vitesse MAGNIFICIENT STYLE b 93 Icecapade Mia Karina Basin

386 - Prix de Ris-Orangis, G3, Maisons-Laffitte, July 8, 1200m 1 Lockwood (GB) 3 gr c Invincible Spirit (IRE) - Emily Bronte (GB) (Machiavellian (USA)) 2 Gammarth (FR) 4 ch c Layman (USA) Emouna Queen (IRE) (Indian Ridge) 3 Marchand d’Or (FR) 9 gr g Marchand de Sable (USA) - Fedora (FR) (Kendor (FR)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 5; Wins: 2; Places: 3 Earnings: £55,490 Sire: INVINCIBLE SPIRIT. Sire of 58 Stakes winners. In 2012 - SPIRIT SONG Kingston Rule G2, ALLIED POWERS High Line G3, BEYOND DESIRE Mujtahid G3, LOCKWOOD Machiavellian G3, MAYSON Pivotal G3, MOONLIGHT CLOUD Spectrum G3, SPEAKING OF WHICH Mr Prospector G3, FURY Pursuit of Love LR, IMCO SPIRIT Treasure Kay LR, LIBYS DREAM Lemon Drop Kid LR, ONE SPIRIT Forty Niner LR, REQUISITION Pivotal LR, SWISS SPIRIT Indian Ridge LR. 1st Dam: EMILY BRONTE by Machiavellian. 2 wins at 2 in France, Prix des Reservoirs G3. Dam of 1 winner: 2009: LOCKWOOD (c Invincible Spirit) 2 wins at 3 in France, Prix de RisOrangis G3. 2010: Mixenden (f New Approach) unraced to date. 2011: (c Medaglia d’Oro) 2nd Dam: ZAFADOLA by Darshaan. 2 wins at 3 Oaks Trial LR, 2nd Blandford S G2, 3rd Jefferson Smurfit Mem. Irish St Leger G1. Dam of EMILY BRONTE (f Machiavellian, see above), ZELANDA (f Night Shift: Flying Fillies’ S LR), Zabari (g Soviet Star: 3rd Tote Scoop6 Sandown H. Hurdle G3). Grandam of TIME PRISONER, PEARL GREY, Zimbabwe. Third dam of Balty Boys. Broodmare Sire: MACHIAVELLIAN. Sire of the dams of 81 Stakes winners. In 2012 - PLATINUM PRINCESS Keeper G2, LOCKWOOD Invincible Spirit G3, NEWFANGLED New Approach G3, TOSHI CANDY Bubble Gum Fellow G3, VERXINA Deep Impact G3, DEVIOUS

INTENT Dixie Union LR, INETROBIL Bertolini LR, RENFORCER Symboli Kris S LR, RISK AVERSION Encosta de Lago LR, SILENT KILLER Oratorio LR. The Invincible Spirit/Machiavellian cross has produced: HOORAY G1, CONQUEST G2, LOCKWOOD G3, SPIRIT OF FORTUNE LR.

Danzig Green Desert Foreign Courier INVINCIBLE SPIRIT b 97 Kris Rafha Eljazzi LOCKWOOD gr c 2009 Mr Prospector Machiavellian Coup de Folie EMILY BRONTE gr 2003 Darshaan Zafadola Zarafa

387 - Prix Messidor, G3, MaisonsLaffitte, July 8, 1600m

des Poulains G1, Prix Messidor G3, 2nd Prix Jean-Luc Lagardere-Grand Criterium G1, Darley Prix Morny G1, 3rd Prix de Fontainebleau G3. 2009: Eaglestone (c Chineur) in training. 2010: Deux Saisons (f Chineur) unraced to date. 2011: South Sister (f Sakhee) 2012: Jakaranda (f Sakhee) 2nd Dam: CAPE OF GOOD HOPE by Crystal Glitters. 4 wins at 2 and 3 in France, died without futher produce. Dam of JOYEUSE ENTREE (f Kendor, see above) Broodmare Sire: KENDOR. Sire of the dams of 43 Stakes winners. In 2012 TIN HORSE Sakhee G3. The Sakhee/Kendor cross has produced: TIN HORSE G1, Quartz Jem LR.

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1 Tin Horse (IRE) 4 gr c Sakhee (USA) Joyeuse Entree (GB) (Kendor (FR)) 2 Prince d’Alienor (IRE) 4 gr c Verglas (IRE) - Vassiana (FR) (Anabaa (USA)) 3 Moonwalk In Paris (FR) 4 b g Oratorio (IRE) - Shining Glory (GB) (Singspiel (IRE))

SAKHEE b 97 Sadler’s Wells Thawakib Tobira Celeste TIN HORSE gr c 2008 Kenmare Kendor Belle Mecene JOYEUSE ENTREE gr 94 Crystal Glitters Cape of Good Hope Lady Eglantine

Age: 2-4; Starts: 12; Wins: 4; Places: 3 Earnings: £455,924 Sire: SAKHEE. Sire of 13 Stakes winners. In 2012 - TIN HORSE Kendor G3, DAN LOOSE DAUGHTER Danehill LR, GRUMETI Groom Dancer LR. 1st Dam: JOYEUSE ENTREE by Kendor. 4 wins at 2 in France, Prix d’Aumale G3. Dam of 5 winners: 1999: Nada Es Amor (f Zafonic). Dam of Parcelle Perdue (f Coroner: 3 wins at 2 in France, 3rd Gd. Criterium de Bordeaux P.de Sauternes LR) 2000: Fancy Intense (f Peintre Celebre) ran on the flat in France. Broodmare. 2001: SWING VOTER (g Machiavellian) 7 wins at 3 to 6 in France. 2002: SELDOM FOUND (f Unfuwain) Winner at 3 in France. Broodmare. 2003: Hold The Thought (f Galileo). Broodmare. 2004: Nuit Et Brouillard (f Singspiel) unraced. 2006: BECOMES YOU (f Lomitas) 2 wins at 2 in France, The Baileys Criterium de l’Ouest LR, 3rd Prix de Conde G3. Broodmare. 2007: REPRESENTERA (f Lomitas) Winner at 4 in France. 2008: TIN HORSE (c Sakhee) 4 wins at 2 to 4 in France, Poule d’Essai

388 - Irish Stall. Farms EBF Brownstown Stakes, G3, Naas, July 11, 7f 1 Marvada (IRE) 4 b f Elusive City (USA) - Theory of Law (GB) (Generous (IRE)) 2 Caprella (GB) 3 b f Kheleyf (USA) Angie And Liz (IRE) (Spectrum (IRE)) 3 After (IRE) 3 b f Danehill Dancer (IRE) Noahs Ark (IRE) (Charnwood Forest (IRE)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 21; Wins: 5; Places: 7 Earnings: £109,445 Sire: ELUSIVE CITY. Sire of 18 Stakes winners. In 2012 - JETSET LAD Jetball G3, MARVADA Generous G3, CITY IMAGE Clodovil LR, FRED LALLOUPET Affirmed LR, LUCK OF SMILING Zabeel LR. 1st Dam: THEORY OF LAW by Generous. 3 wins at 3 in France. Dam of 5 winners: 2001: Baba (g Indian Ridge) ran 3 times and ran twice over hurdles. 2002: CELTIBERO (c Celtic Swing) Winner at 3 in France. 2003: DIURNO (c Desert Prince) 5 wins at 2 to 6 in Spain. 2004: Paint In Green (f

Invincible Spirit) 6 wins at 2 to 4 in Italy, 3rd Premio EBF Terme di Merano LR, Premio FIA European Breeders Fund LR. Broodmare. 2005: Utrillo’s Art (f Medecis) 2006: French Breeze (f Medecis) ran. 2007: JUDICIARY (g Invincible Spirit) 3 wins. 2008: MARVADA (f Elusive City) Sold 16,642gns yearling at GOOY1, 96,923gns 2yo at ARMAY. 5 wins at 3 and 4, Irish Stall. Farms EBF Brownstown S G3, 2nd Ballycorus S G3, 3rd Miles and Morrison EBF October S LR. 2009: Theory of Neri (f Verglas) 2010: Le Grande Cheval (g Jeremy) unraced to date. 2011: (c Amadeus Wolf) 2nd Dam: LETTRE DE CACHET by Secreto. 1 win at 4 in France. Own sister to SECRET HAUNT. Dam of CHARGE D’AFFAIRES (c Kendor: Prix Morny Piaget G1, 2nd Grand Criterium G1, Prix de la Foret G1, Prix de la Salamandre G1) Broodmare Sire: GENEROUS. Sire of the dams of 46 Stakes winners. In 2012 - AL SHEMALI Medicean G3, GARBO Manhattan Cafe G3, MARVADA Elusive City G3, MOLTO BENE Royal Academy G3, NO EVIDENCE NEEDED Shamardal G3, BLUE MAIDEN Medicean LR. The Elusive City/Generous cross has produced: MARVADA G3, Adamantium G1.

Gone West Elusive Quality Touch of Greatness ELUSIVE CITY b 2000 Dayjur Star of Paris Liturgism MARVADA b f 2008 Caerleon Generous Doff The Derby THEORY OF LAW ch 96 Secreto Lettre de Cachet Royal Suite

389 - TNT July Stakes, G2, Newmarket, July 12, 6f 1 Alhebayeb (IRE) 2 gr c Dark Angel (IRE) - Miss Indigo (GB) (Indian Ridge) 2 Lewisham (GB) 2 b c Sleeping Indian (GB) - Almunia (IRE) (Mujadil (USA)) 3 Ahern (GB) 2 ch c Dutch Art (GB) Petra Nova (GB) (First Trump (GB)) Age: 2; Starts: 3; Wins: 2; Places: 1 Earnings: £49,086 Sire: DARK ANGEL. Sire of 2 Stakes winners. In 2012 - ALHEBAYEB Indian

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Earnings: £121,966

1st Dam: Miss Indigo by Indian Ridge. Dam of 6 winners: 2003: Azerley (f Desert Style) 2004: MICKLEBERRY (f Desert Style) Winner at 3. 2005: BLUEBELL RIDGE (f Distant Music) 3 wins at 3 and 4. Broodmare. 2006: KEEP DANCING (f Distant Music) Winner at 3. 2007: HUMIDOR (g Camacho) 6 wins at 3 and 4, Scarbrough S LR, 3rd The Coral Charge Sprint S G3. 2009: WILTSHIRE LIFE (f Camacho) Winner at 3. 2010: ALHEBAYEB (c Dark Angel) Sold 170,000gns yearling at TAOC1. 2 wins at 2, TNT July S G2, 2nd Windsor Castle S LR. 2012: (c Dark Angel)

Sire: MONSUN. Sire of 94 Stakes winners. In 2012 - ATEMPO Tiger Hill G2, FIORENTE Pilsudski G2, NOVELLIST Lagunas G2, YELLOW AND GREEN Green Tune G2, ENERGIZER Theatrical G3, ESTIMATE Darshaan G3, WALDLERCHE Mark of Esteem G3, AIZAVOSKI Alzao LR, KAILANI Zinaad LR, TERTULLUS Be My Guest LR.

2nd Dam: MONAIYA by Shareef Dancer. 2 wins at 3 in France. Own sister to Mashoura. Dam of MUSETTA (f Cadeaux Genereux: Madagans Pretty Polly S LR, 2nd Tennent Cal. Breweries Scottish Classic G3, 3rd Ribblesdale S G2) Broodmare Sire: INDIAN RIDGE. Sire of the dams of 59 Stakes winners. In 2012 - DESERT BLANC Desert Style G1, ALHEBAYEB Dark Angel G2, EXCELEBRATION Exceed And Excel G3, HACHIKO Noverre LR, IL SUPREMO Daggers Drawn LR, ITHOUGHTITWASOVER Hurricane Run LR, JIROFT Blu Air Force LR, SWISS DREAM Oasis Dream LR, SWISS SPIRIT Invincible Spirit LR. The Dark Angel/Indian Ridge cross has produced: ALHEBAYEB G2, Dark Ray LR.

Royal Applause Acclamation Princess Athena DARK ANGEL gr 2005 Machiavellian Midnight Angel Night At Sea ALHEBAYEB gr c 2010 Ahonoora Indian Ridge Hillbrow MISS INDIGO b 98 Shareef Dancer Monaiya Massorah

390 - Princess of Wales’s Goldsmith Stakes, G2, Newmarket, July 12, 12f 1 Fiorente (IRE) 4 br c Monsun (GER) Desert Bloom (IRE) (Pilsudski (IRE)) 2 Joshua Tree (IRE) 5 b c Montjeu (IRE) Madeira Mist (IRE) (Grand Lodge (USA)) 3 Red Cadeaux (GB) 6 ch g Cadeaux Genereux - Artisia (IRE) (Peintre Celebre (USA)) Age: 3-4; Starts: 8; Wins: 2; Places: 3

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1st Dam: Desert Bloom by Pilsudski. unraced. Dam of 3 winners: 2004: ROSHANAK (f Spinning World) Winner at 2. Broodmare. 2005: MASADA (f Key of Luck) 3 wins at 2 and 3. 2006: (f Key of Luck) 2008: FIORENTE (c Monsun) 2 wins at 3 and 4, Princess of Wales’s Goldsmith S G2, 2nd King Edward VII S G2, bet365 Gordon S G3, 32Red Festival S LR. 2009: Cecchetti Method (c Danehill Dancer) unraced to date. 2011: (c Montjeu) 2nd Dam: Desert Beauty by Green Desert. 2 wins at 3, 3rd Ben Marshall S LR. Dam of HYBLON (c Machiavellian: Oasis S LR), Red Dune (f Red Ransom: 2nd Miles and Morrison October S LR, 3rd Wettem Sieberts Neuss Wuppertal LR) Broodmare Sire: PILSUDSKI. Sire of the dams of 1 Stakes winners. In 2012 FIORENTE Monsun G2.

Dschingis Khan Konigsstuhl Konigskronung MONSUN br 90 Surumu Mosella Monasia FIORENTE br c 2008 Polish Precedent Pilsudski Cocotte DESERT BLOOM b 2000 Green Desert Desert Beauty Hellenic

391 - Bahrain Trophy, G3, Newmarket, July 12, 13f 1 Shantaram (GB) 3 b c Galileo (IRE) - All’s Forgotten (USA) (Darshaan) 2 Naseem Alyasmeen (IRE) 3 gr f Clodovil (IRE) - Phillippa (IRE) (Galileo (IRE)) 3 Good Morning Star (IRE) 3 b/br f Shirocco (GER) - Hollow Ridge (GB) (Beat Hollow (GB)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 5; Wins: 2; Places: 3 Earnings: £49,829 Sire: GALILEO. Sire of 115 Stakes winners. In 2012 - FRANKEL Danehill G1, GOLDEN LILAC Danehill G1, IGUGU Intikhab G1, NATHANIEL Silver Hawk G1, NIWOT

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Noble Bijou G1, WAS Green Desert G1, GREAT HEAVENS Silver Hawk G2, MAHBOOBA Red Ransom G2, MIKHAIL GLINKA Mark of Esteem G2, ALTANO Lando G3, ASTROLOGY Dr Fong G3, IMPERIAL MONARCH Slip Anchor G3, LINTON Centaine G3, SHANTARAM Darshaan G3, GATEWOOD Selkirk LR, KISSED Darshaan LR, MICHELANGELO Darshaan LR, NOBLE MISSION Danehill LR, VITA NOVA Darshaan LR, CELESTIAL HALO High Top LR, VIA GALILEI Danehill LR. 1st Dam: ALL’S FORGOTTEN by Darshaan. Winner at 3. Dam of 3 winners: 2005: EXULTO (c Barathea) 4 wins. 2006: Gan Amhras (g Galileo) Winner at 2, 3rd stanjames.com 2000 Guineas G1. 2007: (c Rock of Gibraltar) 2009: SHANTARAM (c Galileo) 2 wins at 3, Bahrain Trophy G3, 2nd Betfred Derby Trial S G3. 2010: (c New Approach) 2011: (c Galileo) 2nd Dam: FORGET ABOUT IT by Be My Guest. 2 wins at 3. Dam of REMAIN SILENT (c Chester House: Mr Jenney H LR, Robert W Camac Memorial S LR), PAROLE BOARD (c Dynaformer: Jebel Ali Mile LR, 2nd Etisalat Godolphin Mile G2) Broodmare Sire: DARSHAAN. Sire of the dams of 186 Stakes winners. In 2012 - AL KAZEEM Dubawi G2, LAUGH OUT LOUD Clodovil G2, ESTIMATE Monsun G3, HARTANI Shirocco G3, RIDASIYNA Motivator G3, SANDAGIYR Dr Fong G3, SHANTARAM Galileo G3, BAYRIR Medicean LR, GIANT SANDMAN Footstepsinthesand LR, HAWAAFEZ Nayef LR, KISSED Galileo LR, MICHELANGELO Galileo LR, MONTPELIER Ad Valorem LR, VITA NOVA Galileo LR, SOURABAD Halling LR. The Galileo/Darshaan cross has produced: ALANDI G1, MIDAS TOUCH G1, VITA NOVA G1, ADORED G3, PERFECT TRUTH G3, SENSE OF PURPOSE G3, SEVENNA G3, SHANTARAM G3, JANE AUSTEN LR, KISSED LR, MICHELANGELO LR, Gan Amhras G1, New Zealand G1, Betterbetterbetter G3, Leo Gali G3, Zarebiya G3, Acapulco LR, Eternal Bounty LR, Perseida LR.

Northern Dancer Sadler’s Wells Fairy Bridge GALILEO b 98 Miswaki Urban Sea Allegretta SHANTARAM b c 2009 Shirley Heights Darshaan Delsy ALL’S FORGOTTEN b/br 2000 Be My Guest Forget About It You Make Me Real

392 - tyregiant.com Summer Stakes, G3, York, July 13, 6f 1 Gracia Directa (GER) 4 b f Kyllachy (GB) - Glyceria (IRE) (Common Grounds) 2 Sioux Rising (IRE) 6 b f Danetime (IRE) - Arvika (FR) (Baillamont (USA)) 3 Hallelujah (GB) 4 b f Avonbridge (GB) - My Golly (GB) (Mozart (IRE)) Age: 3-4; Starts: 9; Wins: 4; Places: 3 Earnings: £53,928 Sire: KYLLACHY. Sire of 20 Stakes winners. In 2012 - KRYPTON FACTOR Polar Falcon G1, PENITENT Bishop of Cashel G2, DRAGON PULSE Croco Rouge G3, GRACIA DIRECTA Common Grounds G3, NOBLE HACHY Daggers Drawn G3, KILLACHY LOOSE Vettori LR. 1st Dam: GLYCERIA by Common Grounds. 6 wins at 3 and 4 in Germany, Preis der Stadt Baden-Baden LR. Dam of 1 winner: 2001: Glarus (c Bluebird) unraced. 2002: Gazette (f Monsun) unraced. Broodmare. 2003: Galicia Directa (f Monsun) unraced. 2004: Glory Directa (c Silvano) ran on the flat in Germany. Gabriela Directa (f 2006: Tobougg) 2008: GRACIA DIRECTA (f Kyllachy) Sold 27,739gns yearling at BBAGS. 4 wins at 3 and 4 at home, Germany, tyregiant.com Summer S G3, Pfingst - Stutenpreis LR. 2nd Dam: GLORIA by Surumu. 3 wins at 3 in West Germany. Dam of GLYCERIA (f Common Grounds, see above). Grandam of Gainsbury. Broodmare Sire: COMMON GROUNDS. Sire of the dams of 34 Stakes winners. In 2012 - GRACIA DIRECTA Kyllachy G3, PORTIA Bertolini LR.

Polar Falcon Pivotal Fearless Revival KYLLACHY b 98 Song Pretty Poppy Moonlight Serenade GRACIA DIRECTA b f 2008 Kris Common Grounds Sweetly GLYCERIA b 95 Surumu Gloria Gracieuse

393 - Irish TB Marketing Cherry Hinton Stakes, G2, Newmarket, July 13, 6f 1 Sendmylovetorose (GB) 2 b f


international database Bahamian Bounty (GB) - Windy Gulch (USA) (Gulch (USA)) 2 Maureen (IRE) 2 b f Holy Roman Emperor (IRE) - Exotic Mix (FR) (Linamix (FR)) 3 Jadanna (IRE) 2 b f Mujadil (USA) Savannah Poppy (IRE) (Statue of Liberty (USA)) Age: 2; Starts: 3; Wins: 3; Places: 0 Earnings: £70,802 Sire: BAHAMIAN BOUNTY. Sire of 20 Stakes winners. In 2012 SENDMYLOVETOROSE Gulch G2, CAY VERDE Piccolo LR. 1st Dam: WINDY GULCH by Gulch. 4 wins at 4. Dam of 6 winners: 2001: WINDYX (g Linamix) 2 wins at 3 in France. 2002: WINDYA (f Linamix) 3 wins at 3 in France, Grand Prix Inter Regional des 3 Ans LR. Broodmare. 2003: WINDIX (g Linamix) 3 wins over hurdles. 2004: SAMBANA WIND (f Peintre Celebre) 2 wins at 3 and 4 in Spain. 2005: RUDEBOX (c Choisir) 3 wins at 2 and 6 in Italy. 2006: Sochier (f Choisir) unraced. 2007: Miss Cambridge (f Dubawi) unraced. Broodmare. 2008: Loveinasanddune (g Oasis Dream) ran once. 2010: SENDMYLOVETOROSE (f Bahamian Bounty) Sold 4,761gns yearling at DNPRM. 3 wins at 2, Irish TB Marketing Cherry Hinton S G2, Grangecon Stud S G3. 2nd Dam: Wyndalia by Seattle Slew. Third dam of DIDIMO. Broodmare Sire: GULCH. Sire of the dams of 50 Stakes winners. In 2012 SENDMYLOVETOROSE Bahamian Bounty G2, BEWITCH US Daiwa Major LR, CUMULONIMBLE Stormy Atlantic LR, FLAG OFFICER Excites LR.

Young Generation Cadeaux Genereux Smarten Up BAHAMIAN BOUNTY ch 94 Ballad Rock Clarentia Laharden SENDMYLOVETOROSE b f 2010 Mr Prospector Gulch Jameela WINDY GULCH b 95 Seattle Slew Wyndalia Northernette

394 - Etihad Airways Falmouth Stakes, G1, Newmarket, July 13, 8f 1 Giofra (GB) 4 b f Dansili (GB) Gracefully (IRE) (Orpen (USA)) 2 Elusive Kate (USA) 3 b f Elusive

Quality (USA) - Gout de Terroir (USA) (Lemon Drop Kid (USA)) 3 Siyouma (IRE) 4 b f Medicean (GB) Sichilla (IRE) (Danehill (USA)) Age: 3-4; Starts: 6; Wins: 4; Places: 1 Earnings: £242,740 Sire: DANSILI. Sire of 68 Stakes winners. In 2012 - FALLEN FOR YOU Brief Truce G1, GIOFRA Orpen G1, BATED BREATH Distant View G2, PERMIT Swain G2, THOMAS CHIPPENDALE Sadler’s Wells G2, EMULOUS Distant View G3, FAMOUS NAME Quest For Fame G3, FIRE LILY Pivotal G3, THE FUGUE Sadler’s Wells G3, DARK ORCHID Sadler’s Wells LR, DORMELLO Selkirk LR, SOFT SAND Rahy LR, STIPULATE Sadler’s Wells LR. 1st Dam: GRACEFULLY by Orpen. 3 wins at 2, Malaysia Airlines Prestige S G3. Own sister to LADY GRACE and Visionist. Dam of 3 winners: 2006: GUERANDE (f Diesis) Winner at 2 in France. Broodmare. 2007: GRADARA (f Montjeu) 4 wins at 3 and 4 in France, Prix Panacee LR. 2008: GIOFRA (f Dansili) 4 wins at 3 and 4 at home, France, Etihad Airways Falmouth S G1, Prix d’Harcourt G2, Prix Casimir Delamarre LR, 2nd Prix Ganay - Prix Air Mauritius G1. 2009: Guyapi (c Dansili) in training. 2010: (g Pivotal) 2011: Graciously (f Shamardal) 2012: (c Oasis Dream) 2nd Dam: Lady Taufan by Taufan. Own sister to PRINCESS TAUFAN. Dam of GRACEFULLY (f Orpen, see above), LADY GRACE (f Orpen: EBF National Stud Boadicea S LR, 2nd Cuisine de France Summer S G3), Visionist (g Orpen: 3rd Pentax Sirenia S G3) Broodmare Sire: ORPEN. Sire of the dams of 8 Stakes winners. In 2012 GIOFRA Dansili G1, EMPRESS JACKIE Southern Halo G3, SARATOGA BLACK Pyrus G3, WARDER Ivan Denisovich LR.

2 The Cheka (IRE) 6 b g Xaar (GB) Veiled Beauty (USA) (Royal Academy (USA)) 3 Society Rock (IRE) 5 b c Rock of Gibraltar (IRE) - High Society (IRE) (Key of Luck (USA))

(AUS) - Acidanthera (GB) (Alzao (USA)) 2 Birdman (IRE) 2 b c Danehill Dancer (IRE) - Gilded Vanity (IRE) (Indian Ridge) 3 Maxentius (IRE) 2 b c Holy Roman Emperor (IRE) - Guantanamera (IRE) (Sadler’s Wells (USA))

Age: 2-4; Starts: 17; Wins: 5; Places: 8 Earnings: £350,975

Age: 2; Starts: 3; Wins: 2; Places: 1 Earnings: £55,536

Sire: INVINCIBLE SPIRIT. Sire of 58 Stakes winners. In 2012 - MAYSON Pivotal G1, SPIRIT SONG Kingston Rule G2, ALLIED POWERS High Line G3, BEYOND DESIRE Mujtahid G3, LOCKWOOD Machiavellian G3, MOONLIGHT CLOUD Spectrum G3, SPEAKING OF WHICH Mr Prospector G3, FURY Pursuit of Love LR, IMCO SPIRIT Treasure Kay LR, LIBYS DREAM Lemon Drop Kid LR, ONE SPIRIT Forty Niner LR, REQUISITION Pivotal LR, SWISS SPIRIT Indian Ridge LR. 1st Dam: Mayleaf by Pivotal. unraced. Dam of 1 winner: 2008: MAYSON (c Invincible Spirit) 5 wins at 2 and 4, Darley July Cup G1, Pearl Bloodstock Palace House S G3, Connaught Flooring Abernant S LR, 2nd Ripon Champion 2yo Trophy LR, Betfred Wentworth S LR, 3rd Macquarie Group Rous S LR, Williamhill iPhone App Cammidge Trophy LR. 2nd Dam: Bayleaf by Efisio. 1 win at 2, 2nd Flying Fillies’ S LR. Own sister to Baize. Dam of BATHWICK BEAR (g Kodiac: Ripon Champion 2yo Trophy LR), Folio (g Perugino: 3rd betfair.com Molecomb S G3) Broodmare Sire: PIVOTAL. Sire of the dams of 10 Stakes winners. In 2012 MAYSON Invincible Spirit G1, FIRE LILY Dansili G3, MAIN SEQUENCE Aldebaran G3, REQUISITION Invincible Spirit LR. The Invincible Spirit/Pivotal cross has produced: MAYSON G1, REQUISITION LR.

Danzig Danehill Razyana DANSILI b 96 Kahyasi Hasili Kerali GIOFRA b f 2008 Lure Orpen Bonita Francita GRACEFULLY b 2001 Taufan Lady Taufan Guindilla

395 - Darley July Cup, G1, Newmarket, July 14, 6f 1 Mayson (GB) 4 b c Invincible Spirit (IRE) - Mayleaf (GB) (Pivotal (GB))

Danzig Green Desert Foreign Courier INVINCIBLE SPIRIT b 97 Kris Rafha Eljazzi MAYSON b c 2008 Polar Falcon Pivotal Fearless Revival MAYLEAF ch 2003 Efisio Bayleaf Bayonne

Sire: CHOISIR. Sire of 39 Stakes winners. In 2012 - CHOICE BRO Palace Music G1, CELTIC DANCER Kala Dancer G2, OLYMPIC GLORY Alzao G2, GOSSAMER SEED Linamix G3, PSYCHOLOGIST Danzero G3, CHOISIR SHADOW Mujadil LR, SCORPIO QUEEN Royal Academy LR. 1st Dam: ACIDANTHERA by Alzao. Winner at 3. Dam of 4 winners: 2000: (c Pursuit of Love) 2001: Margaret’s Dream (f Muhtarram). Broodmare. 2002: PACIFIC STAR (g Tagula) 2 wins at 3 in Spain. 2004: HE’S A HUMBUG (g Tagula) 4 wins at 2 to 5. 2005: Vica Pota (f King Charlemagne) 2006: MISTER DEE BEE (g Orpen) 4 wins. 2008: Gekko (g Iffraaj) ran. 2009: Apsaty Kyz (f Iffraaj) unraced to date. 2010: OLYMPIC GLORY (c Choisir) Sold 61,904gns yearling at DNPRM. 2 wins at 2, 32red.com Superlative S G2, 2nd Coventry S G2. Broodmare Sire: ALZAO. Sire of the dams of 96 Stakes winners. In 2012 OLYMPIC GLORY Choisir G2, ALL SHAMAR Shamardal G3, AQUAMARINE Deep Impact G3, AIZAVOSKI Monsun LR, LIBERATOR Encosta de Lago LR, MIKKI PUMPKIN Dance In The Dark LR. The Choisir/Alzao cross has produced: OLYMPIC GLORY G2, LUNA NEL POZZO LR.

Danehill Danehill Dancer Mira Adonde CHOISIR ch 99 Lunchtime Great Selection Pensive Mood OLYMPIC GLORY b c 2010 Lyphard Alzao Lady Rebecca ACIDANTHERA b 95 Shirley Heights Amaranthus Amaranda

397 - chrisbeekracing.com Hackwood Stakes, G3, Newbury, July 14, 6f 396 - 32red.com Superlative Stakes, G2, Newmarket, July 14, 7f 1 Olympic Glory (IRE) 2 b c Choisir

1 Soul (AUS) 5 b g Commands (AUS) Marvilha (AUS) (Night Shift (USA)) 2 Firebeam (GB) 4 b g Cadeaux

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Vadawina (IRE) (Unfuwain (USA)) 3 Shahwardi (FR) 6 b g Lando (GER) Shamdara (IRE) (Dr Devious (IRE))

Age: 5; Starts: 5; Wins: 2; Places: 1 Earnings: £127,579

Age: 3-5; Starts: 26; Wins: 5; Places: 10 Earnings: £203,677

Sire: COMMANDS. Sire of 47 Stakes winners. In 2012 - RAIN AFFAIR Octagonal G2, APPEARANCE Grand Lodge G3, QUEEN’S COMMAND Unbridled’s Song G3, SOUL Night Shift G3, EPAULETTE Singspiel LR, FIRST COMMAND Hurricane Sky LR, MASCARERI Grand Lodge LR.

Sire: TAKE RISKS. Sire of 14 Stakes winners. In 2012 - TAC DE BOISTRON Sicyos G2.

1st Dam: Marvilha by Night Shift. unraced. Dam of 1 winner: 2003: Boomerang (g Strategic) unraced. 2004: Slaybaugh (g Viscount) unraced. 2005: Foible (f Octagonal) unraced. 2006: Lockers (g Octagonal) unraced. 2007: SOUL (g Commands) 2 wins at 5 at home, UAE, Danehill Rory’s Jester S G2, chrisbeekracing.com Hackwood S G3, TMB Printing K Kevin Heffernan S LR, 2nd Lister Diesel Eng. Vain S LR, 3rd Perri Cutten Caulfield Sprint G2. 2008: Metaphor (f Commands) unraced. 2009: (f Street Sense) 2nd Dam: Peach by Vain. unraced. Dam of DENMAN (c Lonhro: Toohey’s Golden Rose S G1), PRESERVE (f Canny Lad: Sires’ Produce S G1), RIO OSA (f Canny Lad: Seppelt Wines Festival of Racing Sprint LR, Inglis/htba Dark Jewel Classic LR) Broodmare Sire: NIGHT SHIFT. Sire of the dams of 86 Stakes winners. In 2012 BONFIRE Manduro G2, JOVIALITY Cape Cross G2, MENTAL Lonhro G3, SEDICIOSA Rail Link G3, SOUL Commands G3, REGARDE MOI King’s Best LR, VIRGIN QUEEN Iffraaj LR. The Commands/Night Shift cross has produced: RAREFIED G1, SOUL G2.

1st Dam: Pondiki by Sicyos. Dam of 4 winners: 1996: PONDIMARI (f Marignan) 11 wins at 3 to 6 in France. Broodmare. 1998: Soliki (f Solid Illusion) 2001: Breche de Boitron (f Great Palm) ran over jumps in France. Broodmare. 2004: De Boitron (g Sassanian) 6 wins, 3rd Masterson Holdings SilverTrophy H Stp G2, Ulster Bank H. Chase G2. 2005: LA VIE DE BOITRON (f Lavirco) Winner at 5 in France. 2007: TAC DE BOISTRON (g Take Risks) 5 wins at 3 to 5 in France, Prix Maurice de Nieuil G2, Prix Denisy LR, 2nd Qatar Prix Gladiateur G3, Prix La Moskowa LR, 3rd Prix de BarbevilleBeachcomer Hotels G3. 2009: Rime de Boitron (f Take Risks) unraced to date. 2010: Lys de Boitron (c My Risk) unraced to date. 2nd Dam: Tikiti by Bon Mot III. 1 win at 3 in France, 3rd Prix de la Porte de Passy LR. Dam of Alta (f Luthier: 3rd Prix Belle de Nuit LR), TIKITI DANCER (f Fabulous Dancer: Prix Cambaceres 3yo Hurdle LR, Prix de Chambly Hurdle LR, Prix Sagan Hurdle LR). Grandam of KATIKI, EDGARDO SOL. Third dam of CHANT DE LUNE. Broodmare Sire: SICYOS. Sire of the dams of 17 Stakes winners. In 2012 TAC DE BOISTRON Take Risks G2, BLINGLESS Enrique LR.

Razyana COMMANDS b 96 My Swanee Cotehele House Eight Carat SOUL b g 2007 Northern Dancer Night Shift Ciboulette MARVILHA b 98 Vain Peach Market Maid

Kenmare Highest Honor High River TAKE RISKS gr 89 Be My Guest Baino Bluff Rapids TAC DE BOISTRON b g 2007 Lyphard Sicyos Sigy PONDIKI b 91 Bon Mot III Tikiti Tadjikie

398 - Prix Maurice de Nieuil, G2, Longchamp, July 14, 2800m

399 - Juddmonte Grand Prix de Paris, G1, Longchamp, July 14, 2400m

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Rainbow Lake (GB) (Rainbow Quest (USA)) 3 Saint Baudolino (IRE) 3 b c Pivotal (GB) - Alessandria (GB) (Sunday Silence (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 4; Wins: 3; Places: 0 Earnings: £325,813 Sire: GALILEO. Sire of 115 Stakes winners. In 2012 - FRANKEL Danehill G1, GOLDEN LILAC Danehill G1, IGUGU Intikhab G1, IMPERIAL MONARCH Slip Anchor G1, NATHANIEL Silver Hawk G1, NIWOT Noble Bijou G1, WAS Green Desert G1, GREAT HEAVENS Silver Hawk G2, MAHBOOBA Red Ransom G2, MIKHAIL GLINKA Mark of Esteem G2, ALTANO Lando G3, ASTROLOGY Dr Fong G3, LINTON Centaine G3, SHANTARAM Darshaan G3, GATEWOOD Selkirk LR, KISSED Darshaan LR, MICHELANGELO Darshaan LR, NOBLE MISSION Danehill LR, VITA NOVA Darshaan LR, CELESTIAL HALO High Top LR, VIA GALILEI Danehill LR. 1st Dam: IONIAN SEA by Slip Anchor. 2 wins at 3 in France, Prix Robert de Cholet LR. Dam of 10 winners: 1994: Ithaca (c Groom Dancer) 2 wins at 3 in France, 2nd Prix Berteux G3. 1995: IONOSPERE (c Green Desert) 2 wins at 3 in France. 1996: NAJANO (c Selkirk) Winner at 3 in France. 1998: MARIGOLD (f Marju) 3 wins at 4 and 5. Broodmare. 1999: (f Catrail) 2000: The Great Gatsby (c Sadler’s Wells). Winner at 2, 2nd Vodafone Derby S G1, 3rd Gran Premio di Milano G1. 2001: Magritte (c Sadler’s Wells) Winner at 2, 3rd Racing Post Trophy G1. 2003: Antonicheva (f Sadler’s Wells) unraced. Broodmare. 2005: SPECIAL RESERVE (g Sadler’s Wells) 2 wins at 4. 2006: Roman Empress (f Sadler’s Wells) Winner at 3, 2nd Irish National Stud Blandford S G2, 3rd Darley Yorkshire Oaks G1. Broodmare. 2007: MOUNT ATHOS (g Montjeu) 6 wins at 3 to 5, John Smith’s Silver Cup H LR. 2009: IMPERIAL MONARCH (c Galileo) Sold 210,000gns yearling at TAOC1. 3 wins at 2 and 3 at home, France, Juddmonte Grand Prix de Paris G1, Bet365 Classic Trial G3. 2010: (f Galileo) 2nd Dam: SNOW DAY by Reliance II. 3 wins at 3 in France Prix de Royaumont G3, Prix Fille de l’Air G3, 4th Prix de Malleret G2. Dam of BLUE STAG (c Sadler’s Wells: Dee S LR, 2nd Ever Ready Derby S G1), IONIAN SEA (f Slip Anchor, see above), Oscar (c Sadler’s Wells: 2nd Les Emirats Arabes Unis P.du

Jockey Club G1). Grandam of FROSTED ACLAIM, FYFIELD FLYER. Third dam of SABASHA. Broodmare Sire: SLIP ANCHOR. Sire of the dams of 36 Stakes winners. In 2012 - IMPERIAL MONARCH Galileo G1, MOUNT ATHOS Montjeu LR.

Northern Dancer Sadler’s Wells Fairy Bridge GALILEO b 98 Miswaki Urban Sea Allegretta IMPERIAL MONARCH b c 2009 Shirley Heights Slip Anchor Sayonara IONIAN SEA b 89 Reliance II Snow Day Vindaria

400 - Grosser Preis vom Audi Zentrum Hannover, G2, Hannover, July 15, 1600m 1 Sir Oscar (GER) 5 b c Mark of Esteem (IRE) - Sintenis (GER) (Polish Precedent (USA)) 2 Worthadd (IRE) 5 b c Dubawi (IRE) Wigman (USA) (Rahy (USA)) 3 Amarillo (IRE) 3 b c Holy Roman Emperor (IRE) - Alte Kunst (IRE) (Royal Academy (USA)) Age: 2-5; Starts: 19; Wins: 3; Places: 10 Earnings: £111,043 Sire: MARK OF ESTEEM. Sire of 33 Stakes winners. In 2012 - SIR OSCAR Polish Precedent G2. 1st Dam: SINTENIS by Polish Precedent. 2 wins at 2 and 3 in Germany. Dam of 7 winners: 1997: SCHATTENSPIEL (f Second Set) 4 wins at 3 and 4 in Germany. Broodmare. 1998: SOLJANKA (f Halling) 2 wins at 3 and 4 in Germany. Dam of SCHILLER DANON (c Samum: 3 wins at 3 and 4 in Germany, Preis der Ostdeutschen Sparkassen LR, 3rd Hessen Pokal G3) 1999: SYNDACO (c Surumu) 4 wins at 2 to 4 in Switzerland. 2000: SHIRAZ (c Bigstone) 10 wins in Switzerland. 2001: STERNFELD (c Monsun) 2 wins. 2003: SINTENIS MAC (g Pivotal) Winner at 5. 2005: Star of Gracie (f Samum) unraced. 2007: SIR OSCAR (c Mark of Esteem) Sold 8,403gns yearling at BBAGO. 3 wins at 3 to 5 in France, Germany, Grosser Preis vom Audi Zentrum Hannover G2, Prix Montretout LR, 3rd Badener Meile mit der


international database Superdreierwette G3. 2008: Shine A Light (f Samum) ran on the flat in France, Germany. 2nd Dam: SATINETTE by Shirley Heights. 2 wins May Hill S G3. Broodmare Sire: POLISH PRECEDENT. Sire of the dams of 36 Stakes winners. In 2012 - POLISH KNIGHT Encosta de Lago G2, SIR OSCAR Mark of Esteem G2. The Mark of Esteem/Polish Precedent cross has produced: SIR OSCAR G2, Plein d’Estime LR.

Shirley Heights Darshaan Delsy MARK OF ESTEEM b 93 Ajdal Homage Home Love SIR OSCAR b c 2007 Danzig Polish Precedent Past Example SINTENIS ch 92 Shirley Heights Satinette Silk Stocking

USA 401 - MARJORIE L EVERETT HANDICAP, G2, Hollywood Park, May 19, 8f 110yds 1 Include Me Out (USA) 4 b/br f Include (USA) - Don’t Trick Her (USA) (Mazel Trick (USA)) 2 Ellafitz (USA) 5 b f Tiznow (USA) - Skat Girl (USA) (Dixieland Band (USA)) 3 Caelis (GB) 4 b f Avonbridge (GB) Shona (USA) (Lyphard (USA)) 402 - HANSHIN CUP STAKES, G3, Arlington International, May 19, 8f 1 Havelock (USA) 5 b g Great Notion (USA) - Piconeach (NZ) (Spectacular Love (USA)) 2 Lonesome Street (USA) 5 ch c Broken Vow (USA) - Street Cat (USA) (Storm Cat (USA)) 3 Scotus (USA) 4 b/br c Successful Appeal (USA) - Devine (USA) (Seattle Slew (USA)) 403 - ECLIPSE STAKES, G3, Woodbine, May 26, 1600m 1 Hunters Bay (USA) 5 b c Ghostzapper (USA) - Smok’n Frolic (USA) (Smoke Glacken (USA)) 2 Mister Marti Gras (USA) 5 ch g Belong To Me (USA) - Miss Marta (USA) (Cure The Blues (USA)) 3 Hothersal (CAN) 4 b/br c Smart Strike

(CAN) - Steel Shed (USA) (Theatrical) 404 - AMERICAN HANDICAP, G2, Hollywood Park, May 26, 8f 1 Wilkinson (USA) 4 b/br c Lemon Drop Kid (USA) - Tasha’s Delight (USA) (Afternoon Deelites (USA)) 2 Mr Commons (USA) 4 b c Artie Schiller (USA) - Joustabout (USA) (Apalachee (USA)) 3 Liberian Freighter (USA) 7 b/br g Bertrando (USA) - Anachristina (USA) (Slewpy (USA)) 405 - LOUISVILLE HANDICAP, G3, Churchill Downs, May 26, 12f 1 Simmard (USA) 7 ch c Dixieland Band (USA) - Dibs (USA) (Spectacular Bid (USA)) 2 Joinem (USA) 5 b/br g Johar (USA) Keemoon (FR) (Goldneyev (USA)) 3 Tahoe Lake (BRZ) 6 b g Know Heights (IRE) - Tutto Charm (BRZ) (Roi Normand (USA)) 406 - SHEEPSHEAD BAY STAKES, G2, Belmont Park, May 26, 11f 1 Aruna (USA) 5 b/br f Mr Greeley (USA) - Surya (USA) (Unbridled (USA)) 2 Hit It Rich (USA) 5 gr/ro f Smart Strike (CAN) - Cuando Puede (USA) (Lord At War (ARG)) 3 Principal Role (USA) 5 b f Empire Maker (USA) - Interim (GB) (Sadler’s Wells (USA)) 407 - ARLINGTON MATRON STAKES, G3, Arlington International, May 26, 9f 1 Upperline (USA) 5 b f Maria’s Mon (USA) - Snowflake (IRE) (Caerleon (USA)) 2 Hooh Why (USA) 6 ch f Cloud Hopping (USA) - Magic Merger (USA) (Corporate Report (USA)) 3 Ariana D (USA) 6 b/br f Rock Slide (USA) - Derby Tie (USA) (Black Tie Affair) 408 - CONNAUGHT CUP STAKES, G2, Woodbine, May 27, 1400m 1 Something Extra (USA) 4 b/br c Indian Charlie (USA) - Our Mariah (USA) (Mt Livermore (USA)) 2 Big Band Sound (USA) 5 b c Bernstein (USA) - Ensnare (USA) (Seeking The Gold (USA)) 3 Artic Fern (CAN) 5 b/br g Langfuhr (CAN) - Wood Fern (CAN) (Woodman (USA))

409 - VIOLET STAKES, G3, Monmouth Park, May 28, 8f 110yds 1 Ruthenia (USA) 4 b f Pulpit (USA) Ruthian (USA) (Rahy (USA)) 2 Pinch Pie (USA) 4 b f Victory Gallop (CAN) - Romp and Stomp (USA) (Olympio (USA)) 3 Unbridled Humor (USA) 5 gr/ro f Distorted Humor (USA) - Devotion Unbridled (USA) (Unbridled (USA)) 410 - LONE STAR PARK HANDICAP, G3, Lone Star Park, May 28, 8f 110yds 1 Nates Mineshaft (USA) 5 b c Mineshaft (USA) - Angel’s Tearlet (CAN) (Silver Deputy (CAN)) 2 Get in Da House (USA) 4 ch g Grand Appointment (USA) - Grable (USA) (Dehere (USA)) 3 Night Party (USA) 4 ch c Rahy (USA) Revolutionary Act (USA) (Boston Harbor (USA)) 411 - LOS ANGELES HANDICAP, G3, Hollywood Park, May 28, 6f 1 Roman Threat (USA) 4 b/br g Roman Ruler (USA) - Shameful (USA) (Flying Chevron (USA)) 2 Centralinteligence (USA) 4 ch g Smarty Jones (USA) - Shootforthestars (USA) (Seattle Slew (USA)) 3 Camp Victory (USA) 5 b/br g Forest Camp (USA) - Victory Trick (CAN) (Clever Trick (USA)) 412 - GAMELY STAKES, G1, Hollywood Park, May 28, 9f 1 Belle Royale (IRE) 4 b/br f Val Royal (FR) - Kahyasi Moll (IRE) (Brief Truce (USA)) 2 Quiet Oasis (IRE) 4 b f Oasis Dream (GB) - Silent Heir (AUS) (Sunday Silence (USA)) 3 Capital Plan (USA) 4 b f Rock Hard Ten (USA) - Miss Dahlia (USA) (Strawberry Road (AUS)) 413 - BERKELEY HANDICAP, G3, Golden Gate, May 28, 8f 110yds 1 Awesome Gem (USA) 9 ch g Awesome Again (CAN) - Piano (USA) (Pentelicus (USA)) 2 Hudson Landing (USA) 5 ch c Maria’s Mon (USA) - Morning Star (CAN) (Shotiche (USA)) 3 Anthony’s Cross (USA) 4 b c Indian Charlie (USA) - Screening (USA) (Unbridled (USA))

414 - TVG ACORN STAKES, G1, Belmont Park, May 28, 8f 1 Contested (USA) 3 b f Ghostzapper (USA) - Gold Vault (USA) (Arch (USA)) 2 Zo Impressive (USA) 3 gr/ro f Hard Spun (USA) - Zoftig (USA) (Cozzene (USA)) 3 Aubby K (USA) 3 b/br f Street Sense (USA) - Lilly Capote (USA) (Capote (USA)) 415 - SANDS POINT STAKES, G2, Belmont Park, May 28, 8f 110yds 1 Better Lucky (USA) 3 b f Ghostzapper (USA) - Sahara Gold (USA) (Seeking The Gold (USA)) 2 Regalo Mia (USA) 3 b f Sligo Bay (IRE) Shake It Up (USA) (Red Bullet (USA)) 3 Zultanite (USA) 3 b/br f El Corredor (USA) - Roaming Wild (USA) (Wild Again (USA)) 416 - OGDEN PHIPPS HANDICAP, G1, Belmont Park, May 28, 8f 110yds 1 It’s Tricky (USA) 4 b f Mineshaft (USA) - Catboat (USA) (Tale of The Cat (USA)) 2 Cash for Clunkers (USA) 4 b f Tiznow (USA) - Miss Dixie Dreamer (USA) (Dixieland Band (USA)) 3 Awesome Maria (USA) 5 gr/ro f Maria’s Mon (USA) - Discreetly Awesome (USA) (Awesome Again (CAN)) 417 - METROPOLITAN HANDICAP, G1, Belmont Park, May 28, 8f 1 Shackleford (USA) 4 ch c Forestry (USA) - Oatsee (USA) (Unbridled (USA)) 2 Caleb’s Posse (USA) 4 b c Posse (USA) - Abbey’s Missy (USA) (Slewacide (USA)) 3 To Honor And Serve (USA) 4 b c Bernardini (USA) - Pilfer (USA) (Deputy Minister (CAN)) 418 - NASSAU STAKES, G2, Woodbine, June 2, 1600m 1 Marketing Mix (CAN) 4 b/br f Medaglia d’Oro (USA) - Instant Thought (USA) (Kris S (USA)) 2 Roxy Gap (CAN) 4 b f Indian Charlie (USA) - Harts Gap (USA) (Saint Ballado (CAN)) 3 Indian Pond (CAN) 4 b/br f Speightstown (USA) - Schooner Bay (CAN) (Archers Bay (CAN)) 419 - CALIFORNIAN STAKES, G2, Hollywood Park, June 2, 9f 1 Game On Dude (USA) 5 b/br g

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2 Liaison (USA) 3 b c Indian Charlie (USA) - Galloping Gal (USA) (Victory Gallop (CAN)) 3 Holy Candy (USA) 3 gr/ro c Candy Ride (ARG) - Spooky Minister (USA) (Deputy Minister (CAN)) 425 - JAIPUR STAKES, G3, Belmont Park, June 8, 7f 1 Upgrade (USA) 5 b c Saint Liam (USA) - Emily Ring (USA) (Fit To Fight (USA)) 2 Right One (FR) 6 b c Anabaa (USA) Riziere (FR) (Groom Dancer (USA)) 3 Yield Bogey (USA) 8 b g Langfuhr (CAN) - Upper Noosh (USA) (Red Ransom (USA)) 426 - BROOKLYN HANDICAP, G2, Belmont Park, June 8, 12f 1 Redeemed (USA) 4 b c Include (USA) - Early Mass (USA) (Pleasant Tap (USA)) 2 Eldaafer (USA) 7 b/br g A P Indy (USA) - Habibti (USA) (Tabasco Cat (USA)) 3 Arthur’s Tale (USA) 4 b c Bernardini (USA) - Owsley (USA) (Harlan (USA)) 427 - HONEYMOON HANDICAP, G2, Hollywood Park, June 9, 9f 1 My Gi Gi (USA) 3 b f E Dubai (USA) Relish The Thought (IRE) (Sadler’s Wells (USA)) 2 Lady of Shamrock (USA) 3 b/br f Scat Daddy (USA) - Blushing Issue (USA) (Blushing John (USA)) 3 Stormy Lucy (USA) 3 b f Stormy Atlantic (USA) - Here Comes Lucinda (USA) (Dixieland Band (USA)) 428 - CHARLES WHITTINGHAM MEMORIAL HANDICAP, G1, Hollywood Park, June 9, 10f 1 Acclamation (USA) 6 b c Unusual Heat (USA) - Winning In Style (USA) (Silveyville (USA)) 2 Slim Shadey (GB) 4 b/br g Val Royal (FR) - Vino Veritas (USA) (Chief’s Crown (USA)) 3 Utopian (USA) 5 b/br c Rock Hard Ten (USA) - Storm Alert (USA) (Storm Cat (USA)) 429 - WOODY STEPHENS STAKES, G2, Belmont Park, June 9, 7f 1 Trinniberg (USA) 3 b/br c Teuflesberg (USA) - Bella Dorato (USA) (Goldminers Gold (CAN)) 2 Currency Swap (USA) 3 b c High Cotton (USA) - Echo Bluff (USA) (Pine Bluff (USA)) 3 Il Villano (USA) 3 gr/ro c Pollard’s Vision (USA) - Do The Wekiva (USA)

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(Wekiva Springs (USA)) 430 - WOODFORD RESERVE MANHATTAN HANDICAP, G1, Belmont Park, June 9, 10f 1 Desert Blanc (GB) 4 b c Desert Style (IRE) - Lumiere Rouge (FR) (Indian Ridge) 2 Papaw Bodie (USA) 5 b/br c Strong Hope (USA) - Trillion Wing (USA) (In The Wings) 3 Boisterous (USA) 5 b/br c Distorted Humor (USA) - Emanating (USA) (Cox’s Ridge (USA)) 431 - TRUE NORTH HANDICAP, G2, Belmont Park, June 9, 6f 1 Caixa Eletronica (USA) 7 ch c Arromanches (USA) - Edyta (USA) (Skip Away (USA)) 2 Justin Phillip (USA) 4 b/br c First Samurai (USA) - Ava Knowsthecode (USA) (Cryptoclearance (USA)) 3 Smiling Tiger (USA) 5 ch c Hold That Tiger (USA) - Shandra Smiles (USA) (Cahill Road (USA)) 432 - LONGINES JUST A GAME STAKES, G1, Belmont Park, June 9, 8f 1 Tapitsfly (USA) 5 gr/ro f Tapit (USA) Flying Marlin (USA) (Marlin (USA)) 2 Winter Memories (USA) 4 gr/ro f El Prado (IRE) - Memories of Silver (USA) (Silver Hawk (USA)) 3 Hungry Island (USA) 4 b f More Than Ready (USA) - Flying Passage (USA) (A P Indy (USA)) 433 - BELMONT STAKES, G1, Belmont Park, June 9, 12f 1 Union Rags (USA) 3 b c Dixie Union (USA) - Tempo (USA) (Gone West (USA)) 2 Paynter (USA) 3 b c Awesome Again (CAN) - Tizso (USA) (Cee’s Tizzy (USA)) 3 Atigun (USA) 3 b c Istan (USA) - Rimini Road (USA) (Dynaformer (USA)) 434 - MONMOUTH STAKES, G2, Monmouth Park, June 10, 9f 1 Data Link (USA) 4 b c War Front (USA) - Database (USA) (Known Fact (USA)) 2 Get Stormy (USA) 6 b c Stormy Atlantic (USA) - Foolish Gal (USA) (Kiri’s Clown (USA)) 3 Get Serious (USA) 8 ch g City Zip (USA) - Java Gal (USA) (Java Gold (USA)) 435 - VANITY HANDICAP, G1, Hollywood Park, June 16, 9f 1 Love Theway Youare (USA) 4 b/br f

Arch (USA) - Diversa (USA) (Tabasco Cat (USA)) 2 Include Me Out (USA) 4 b/br f Include (USA) - Don’t Trick Her (USA) (Mazel Trick (USA)) 3 Zafeen’s Pearl (GB) 5 ch f Zafeen (FR) Deep Sea Pearl (GB) (Dr Fong (USA)) 436 - OBEAH STAKES, G3, Delaware Park, June 16, 9f 1 Love And Pride (USA) 4 b/br f A P Indy (USA) - Ile de France (USA) (Storm Cat (USA)) 2 Tiz Miz Sue (USA) 5 b/br f Tiznow (USA) - Sue’s Good News (USA) (Woodman (USA)) 3 Check Point (USA) 6 b f Posse (USA) Turning Point (USA) (Rahy (USA)) 437 - EDWARD P EVANS ALL ALONG STAKES, G3, Colonial Downs, June 16, 9f 1 Snow Top Mountain (USA) 5 gr/ro f Najran (USA) - Motokiks (USA) (Storm Cat (USA)) 2 Clare Skies Ahead (USA) 5 ch f Sky Classic (CAN) - Runaway Clare (USA) (Runaway Groom (CAN)) 3 Shimmering Moment (USA) 5 ch f Afleet Alex (USA) - Vassar (USA) (Royal Academy (USA)) 438 - STEPHEN FOSTER HANDICAP, G1, Churchill Downs, June 16, 9f 1 Ron The Greek (USA) 5 b c Full Mandate (USA) - Flambe’ (USA) (Fortunate Prospect (USA)) 2 Wise Dan (USA) 5 ch g Wiseman’s Ferry (USA) - Lisa Danielle (USA) (Wolf Power (SAF)) 3 Nates Mineshaft (USA) 5 b c Mineshaft (USA) - Angel’s Tearlet (CAN) (Silver Deputy (CAN)) 439 - REGRET STAKES, G3, Churchill Downs, June 16, 9f 1 Centre Court (USA) 3 b/br f Smart Strike (CAN) - Let (USA) (A P Indy (USA)) 2 Colonial Flag (USA) 3 b/br f Pleasant Tap (USA) - Silk n’ Sapphire (USA) (Smart Strike (CAN)) 3 Treasured Up (USA) 3 b/br f Medaglia d’Oro (USA) - Melisma (USA) (Well Decorated (USA)) 440 - MATT WINN STAKES, G3, Churchill Downs, June 16, 8f 110yds 1 Neck ‘n Neck (USA) 3 b/br c Flower Alley (USA) - Bootery (USA) (Storm Boot (USA)) 2 Stealcase (USA) 3 ch c Lawyer Ron (USA) - Steal The Show (USA) (Cat Thief


international database (USA)) 3 Macho Macho (USA) 3 gr/ro c Macho Uno (USA) - Dazzling Contrast (USA) (General Meeting (USA)) 441 - FLEUR DE LIS HANDICAP, G2, Churchill Downs, June 16, 9f 1 Royal Delta (USA) 4 b/br f Empire Maker (USA) - Delta Princess (USA) (A P Indy (USA)) 2 Afleeting Lady (USA) 5 b f Afleet Alex (USA) - Oatsee (USA) (Unbridled (USA)) 3 St John’s River (USA) 4 b f Include (USA) - Adventurous Di (USA) (Private Account (USA)) 442 - HILL PRINCE STAKES, G3, Belmont Park, June 16, 8f 1 Summer Front (USA) 3 b c War Front (USA) - Rose of Summer (USA) (El Prado (IRE)) 2 Howe Great (USA) 3 b/br c Hat Trick (JPN) - Ginger Sea (SAF) (Western Winter (USA)) 3 Film Shot (USA) 3 b/br c Distorted Humor (USA) - Film Maker (USA) (Dynaformer (USA)) 443 - PEGASUS STAKES, G3, Monmouth Park, June 17, 8f 110yds 1 Le Bernardin (USA) 3 b/br c Bernardini (USA) - La Rosa (USA) (Wild Again (USA)) 2 Easter Gift (USA) 3 b c Hard Spun (USA) - Angel Gift (USA) (Allen’s Prospect (USA)) 3 Good Morning Diva (USA) 3 b/br c Lion Heart (USA) - Missy’s Advantage (USA) (Tactical Advantage (USA)) 444 - BOILING SPRINGS STAKES, G3, Monmouth Park, June 23, 8f 110yds 1 Dancing Solo (USA) 3 ch f Giant’s Causeway (USA) - Dancing Alone (USA) (Kingmambo (USA)) 2 Zultanite (USA) 3 b/br f El Corredor (USA) - Roaming Wild (USA) (Wild Again (USA)) 3 Somali Lemonade (USA) 3 b f Lemon Drop Kid (USA) - Chic Corine (USA) (Nureyev (USA)) 445 - HOLLYWOOD OAKS, G2, Hollywood Park, June 23, 8f 110yds 1 Potesta (USA) 3 b/br f Macho Uno (USA) - Katzen (USA) (Furiously (USA)) 2 Eden’s Moon (USA) 3 b f Malibu Moon (USA) - Eden’s Causeway (USA) (Giant’s Causeway (USA)) 3 Via Villaggio (USA) 3 b/br f Bernardini (USA) - Hoh Buzzard (IRE) (Alhaarth (IRE))

446 - DEBUTANTE STAKES, G3, Churchill Downs, June 23, 6f 1 Blueeyesintherein (USA) 2 b/br f Magna Graduate (USA) - Tartufi (USA) (Mr Greeley (USA)) 2 Quiet Success (USA) 2 b/br f Successful Appeal (USA) - Silenzia (USA) (Quiet American (USA)) 3 Shesakitty (USA) 2 gr/ro f Tapit (USA) Call the Kitty (USA) (Langfuhr (CAN)) 447 - MOTHER GOOSE STAKES, G1, Belmont Park, June 23, 8f 110yds 1 Zo Impressive (USA) 3 gr/ro f Hard Spun (USA) - Zoftig (USA) (Cozzene (USA)) 2 Disposablepleasure (USA) 3 gr/ro f Giacomo (USA) - My Canada (CAN) (With Approval (CAN)) 3 Believe You Can (USA) 3 b/br f Proud Citizen (USA) - El Fasto (USA) (El Prado (IRE)) 448 - TVG KING EDWARD STAKES, G2, Woodbine, June 24, 1600m 1 Riding The River (USA) 5 b c Wiseman’s Ferry (USA) - Glow Ruby Go (USA) (Rubiano (USA)) 2 Big Band Sound (USA) 5 b c Bernstein (USA) - Ensnare (USA) (Seeking The Gold (USA)) 3 Hollinger (CAN) 5 gr/ro g Black Minnaloushe (USA) - Dynamite Cocktail (USA) (Dynaformer (USA)) 449 - SINGSPIEL STAKES, G3, Woodbine, June 24, 2400m 1 Musketier (GER) 10 gr/ro c Acatenango (GER) - Myth And Reality (GB) (Linamix (FR)) 2 Simmard (USA) 7 ch c Dixieland Band (USA) - Dibs (USA) (Spectacular Bid (USA)) 3 Cognashene (CAN) 5 b/br g Dynaformer (USA) - Catch The Ring (CAN) (Seeking The Gold (USA)) 450 - HIGHLANDER STAKES, G2, Woodbine, June 24, 1200m 1 Smokey Fire (CAN) 7 gr/ro g Smoke Glacken (USA) - Destroy (CAN) (Housebuster (USA)) 2 Essence Hit Man (CAN) 5 ch g Speightstown (USA) - El Prado Essence (USA) (El Prado (IRE)) 3 Gypsy Ring (CAN) 6 b/br g Where’s The Ring (USA) - Gypsy Genna (CAN) (Varick (USA))

451 - BEVERLY HILLS HANDICAP, G3, Hollywood Park, June 24, 10f 1 Capital Plan (USA) 4 b f Rock Hard Ten (USA) - Miss Dahlia (USA) (Strawberry Road (AUS)) 2 Cambina (IRE) 4 ch f Hawk Wing (USA) - Await (IRE) (Peintre Celebre (USA)) 3 Quaintly (USA) 4 b f Giant’s Causeway (USA) - Measure (USA) (Seeking The Gold (USA)) 452 - PRAIRIE MEADOWS CORNHUSKER HANDICAP, G3, Prairie Meadows, June 30, 9f 1 Fort Larned (USA) 4 b c E Dubai (USA) - Arlucea (USA) (Broad Brush (USA)) 2 Successful Dan (USA) 6 b g Successful Appeal (USA) - Lisa Danielle (USA) (Wolf Power (SAF)) 3 Awesome Gem (USA) 9 ch g Awesome Again (CAN) - Piano (USA) (Pentelicus (USA)) 453 - IOWA OAKS, G3, Prairie Meadows, June 30, 8f 110yds 1 Uptown Bertie (USA) 3 b/br f More Than Ready (USA) - De Bertie (USA) (De Niro (USA)) 2 Ice Cream Silence (USA) 3 b/br f Street Sense (USA) - Double Scoop (USA) (Seeking The Gold (USA)) 3 Emona (USA) 3 b/br f Hat Trick (JPN) Aroarable (USA) (Roar (USA)) 454 - IOWA DERBY, G3, Prairie Meadows, June 30, 8f 110yds 1 Hansen (USA) 3 gr/ro c Tapit (USA) Stormy Sunday (USA) (Sir Cat (USA)) 2 Hero of Order (USA) 3 b/br c Sharp Humor (USA) - Ocean Sprite (USA) (Ocean Crest (USA)) 3 Macho Bull (USA) 3 gr/ro c Macho Uno (USA) - Time Is Tight (USA) (Crafty Prospector (USA)) 455 - EATONTOWN HANDICAP, G3, Monmouth Park, June 30, 8f 110yds 1 Silver Screamer (USA) 4 gr/ro f Cozzene (USA) - West Sider (USA) (Gone West (USA)) 2 Heavenly Landing (USA) 5 b f Pulpit (USA) - Peace River Lady (USA) (Woodman (USA)) 3 Unbridled Humor (USA) 5 gr/ro f Distorted Humor (USA) - Devotion Unbridled (USA) (Unbridled (USA)) 456 - TRIPLE BEND HANDICAP, G1, Hollywood Park, June 30, 7f 1 Camp Victory (USA) 5 b/br g Forest

Camp (USA) - Victory Trick (CAN) (Clever Trick (USA)) 2 The Factor (USA) 4 gr/ro c War Front (USA) - Greyciousness (USA) (Miswaki (USA)) 3 Mobilized (USA) 6 b/br c Soul of the Matter (USA) - Valleyofthebells (USA) (Red Ransom (USA)) 457 - SHOEMAKER MILE STAKES, G1, Hollywood Park, June 30, 8f 1 Jeranimo (USA) 6 b c Congaree (USA) - Jera (USA) (Jeblar (USA)) 2 Suggestive Boy (ARG) 4 b c Easing Along (USA) - Suffrage (USA) (Horse Chestnut (SAF)) 3 Little Mike (USA) 5 b g Spanish Steps (USA) - Hay Jude (USA) (Wavering Monarch (USA)) 458 - BASHFORD MANOR STAKES, G3, Churchill Downs, June 30, 6f 1 Circle Unbroken (USA) 2 b/br c Broken Vow (USA) - Baldomera (USA) (Doneraile Court (USA)) 2 Positively (USA) 2 b c Distorted Humor (USA) - Macoumba (USA) (Mr Prospector (USA)) 3 Special Jo (USA) 2 b c Johannesburg (USA) - Quiet City (USA) (Carson City (USA)) 459 - NEW YORK STAKES, G2, Belmont Park, June 30, 10f 1 Mystical Star (USA) 4 b f Ghostzapper (USA) - Capture a Star (USA) (Capote (USA)) 2 Aruna (USA) 5 b/br f Mr Greeley (USA) - Surya (USA) (Unbridled (USA)) 3 Hit It Rich (USA) 5 gr/ro f Smart Strike (CAN) - Cuando Puede (USA) (Lord At War (ARG)) 460 - DWYER STAKES, G2, Belmont Park, June 30, 8f 110yds 1 Teeth of The Dog (USA) 3 b c Bluegrass Cat (USA) - Deputy Reality (USA) (Deputy Minister (CAN)) 2 Fast Falcon (USA) 3 ch c Awesome Again (CAN) - My Chickadee (USA) (Pleasant Tap (USA)) 3 Morgan’s Guerrilla (USA) 3 ch c Ghostzapper (USA) - Rutledge Ballado (USA) (Saint Ballado (CAN)) 461 - CHICAGO HANDICAP, G3, Arlington International, June 30, 7f 1 Kitty in a Tizzy (USA) 5 b f Tiznow (USA) - Puma Kitten (USA) (Storm Cat (USA)) 2 Maude S (USA) 4 b f Jump Start (USA) - Tropical Gardens (USA) (Thunder

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international database Gulch (USA)) 3 Ariana D (USA) 6 b/br f Rock Slide (USA) - Derby Tie (USA) (Black Tie Affair) 462 - DOMINION DAY STAKES, G3, Woodbine, July 1, 2000m 1 Hunters Bay (USA) 5 b c Ghostzapper (USA) - Smok’n Frolic (USA) (Smoke Glacken (USA)) 2 Pender Harbour (CAN) 4 ch g Philanthropist (USA) - Uproar (CAN) (Hail The Ruckus (CAN)) 3 Stately Victor (USA) 5 b c Ghostzapper (USA) - Collect The Cash (USA) (Dynaformer (USA)) 463 - FIRECRACKER HANDICAP, G2, Churchill Downs, July 1, 8f 1 Guys Reward (USA) 5 b/br c Grand Reward (USA) - Beach View (USA) (Mr Greeley (USA)) 2 Seruni (USA) 5 ch g Saint Liam (USA) Lady Melesi (USA) (Colonial Affair (USA)) 3 Night Party (USA) 4 ch c Rahy (USA) Revolutionary Act (USA) (Boston Harbor (USA)) 464 - BED O’ ROSES HANDICAP, G3, Belmont Park, July 1, 7f 1 Derwin’s Star (USA) 5 ch f Wildcat Heir (USA) - Powerful Package (USA) (Star de Naskra (USA)) 2 Catch A Thief (USA) 5 b/br f Flatter (USA) - Nabbed (USA) (Red Ransom (USA)) 3 C C’s Pal (USA) 5 b f Alex’s Pal (USA) Roca (USA) (Noactor (USA)) 465 - RED BANK STAKES, G3, Monmouth Park, July 4, 8f 1 Get Serious (USA) 8 ch g City Zip (USA) - Java Gal (USA) (Java Gold (USA)) 2 El Commodore (USA) 5 b c El Prado (IRE) - Fancy Clancy (USA) (Rahy (USA)) 3 Queen’splatekitten (CAN) 4 b/br c Kitten’s Joy (USA) - Iteration (USA) (Wild Again (USA)) 466 - SWAPS STAKES, G2, Hollywood Park, July 4, 9f 1 Blueskiesnrainbows (USA) 3 ch c English Channel (USA) - Cho Cho San (USA) (Deputy Minister (CAN)) 2 Nonios (USA) 3 b/br c Pleasantly Perfect (USA) - Stylish Manner (USA) (Touch Gold (USA)) 3 Liaison (USA) 3 b c Indian Charlie (USA) - Galloping Gal (USA) (Victory Gallop (CAN))

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467 - POKER STAKES, G3, Belmont Park, July 4, 8f 1 Clear Attempt (USA) 4 b/br c A P Indy (USA) - Silent Sighs (USA) (Benchmark (USA)) 2 Compliance Officer (USA) 6 b/br c Officer (USA) - Purple Hills (USA) (Dynaformer (USA)) 3 Yield Bogey (USA) 8 b g Langfuhr (CAN) - Upper Noosh (USA) (Red Ransom (USA)) 468 - OHIO DERBY, G3, Thistledown, July 7, 8f 110yds 1 Prospective (USA) 3 b/br c Malibu Moon (USA) - Spirited Away (USA) (Awesome Again (CAN)) 2 Politicallycorrect (USA) 3 b/br c Kitten’s Joy (USA) - Exceedexpectations (USA) (Tale of The Cat (USA)) 3 Z Rockstar (USA) 3 gr/ro c Rockport Harbor (USA) - Nasty Little Star (USA) (Nasty And Bold (USA)) 469 - UNITED NATIONS STAKES, G1, Monmouth Park, July 7, 11f 1 Turbo Compressor (USA) 4 b c Halo’s Image (USA) - Dixieland Event (USA) (Wild Event (USA)) 2 Air Support (USA) 4 b c Smart Strike (CAN) - Gaze (USA) (Danzig (USA)) 3 Al Khali (USA) 6 b c Medaglia d’Oro (USA) - Maya (USA) (Capote (USA)) 470 - MONMOUTH CUP STAKES, G2, Monmouth Park, July 7, 8f 1 Rule (USA) 5 b/br c Roman Ruler (USA) - Rockcide (USA) (Personal Flag (USA)) 2 Flat Out (USA) 6 b c Flatter (USA) Cresta Lil (USA) (Cresta Rider (USA)) 3 Sloane Ranger (USA) 6 b/br g Parker’s Storm Cat (USA) - Toppenish (USA) (You and I (USA)) 471 - ROYAL HEROINE MILE STAKES, G2, Hollywood Park, July 7, 8f 1 Quiet Oasis (IRE) 4 b f Oasis Dream (GB) - Silent Heir (AUS) (Sunday Silence (USA)) 2 Mega Dream (USA) 5 b/br f Medaglia d’Oro (USA) - Dream Away (USA) (St Jovite (USA)) 3 Briecat (USA) 7 ch f Adcat (USA) - Silk Briefcase (USA) (Marlin (USA)) 472 - HOLLYWOOD GOLD CUP HANDICAP, G1, Hollywood Park, July 7, 10f 1 Game On Dude (USA) 5 b/br g

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Awesome Again (CAN) - Worldly Pleasure (USA) (Devil His Due (USA)) 2 Richard’s Kid (USA) 7 b/br c Lemon Drop Kid (USA) - Tough Broad (USA) (Broad Brush (USA)) 3 Kettle Corn (USA) 5 b c Candy Ride (ARG) - Somethingbeautiful (USA) (Lil E Tee (USA)) 473 - SMILE SPRINT HANDICAP, G2, Calder, July 7, 6f 1 Gantry (USA) 5 b/br g Pulpit (USA) Rhum (USA) (Go For Gin (USA)) 2 Indiano (USA) 4 b c Indian Charlie (USA) - Separata (CHI) (Sam M (USA)) 3 Close It Out (USA) 4 ch c Closing Argument (USA) - Honeymoon Sweep (USA) (End Sweep (USA)) 474 - PRINCESS ROONEY HANDICAP, G1, Calder, July 7, 6f 1 Musical Romance (USA) 5 b/br f Concorde’s Tune (USA) Candlelightdinner (USA) (Slew Gin Fizz (USA)) 2 Nicole H (USA) 5 b/br f Mr Greeley (USA) - Hot Chipotle (USA) (Victory Gallop (CAN)) 3 Nakano (USA) 4 b f First Samurai (USA) - Spring Morning (USA) (Mr Prospector (USA)) 475 - CARRY BACK STAKES, G3, Calder, July 7, 6f 1 Fort Loudon (USA) 3 b c Awesome of Course (USA) - Lottsa Talc (USA) (Talc (USA)) 2 Trinniberg (USA) 3 b/br c Teuflesberg (USA) - Bella Dorato (USA) (Goldminers Gold (CAN)) 3 Angelofdistinction (USA) 3 b/br c With Distinction (USA) - God’s Wild Angel (USA) (Wild Wonder (USA)) 476 - AZALEA STAKES, G3, Calder, July 7, 6f 1 Another Romance (USA) 3 b/br f Saint Anddan (USA) - Love To (USA) (Friendly Lover (USA)) 2 Citizen Advocate (USA) 3 ch f Proud Citizen (USA) - Twilight Service (USA) (Horse Chestnut (SAF)) 3 Redbud Road (USA) 3 ch f Awesome of Course (USA) - Ladyinareddress (USA) (Tactical Advantage (USA)) 477 - VICTORY RIDE STAKES, G3, Belmont Park, July 7, 6f 1 Emma’s Encore (USA) 3 b/br f Congrats (USA) - French Opera (USA) (Wild Again (USA)) 2 Jamaican Smoke (USA) 3 b f Latent

Heat (USA) - Great Deep Bay (USA) (Mr Greeley (USA)) 3 Tu Endie Wei (USA) 3 b f Johar (USA) Ms Cornstalk (USA) (Indian Charlie (USA)) 478 - SUBURBAN HANDICAP, G2, Belmont Park, July 7, 9f 1 Mucho Macho Man (USA) 4 b c Macho Uno (USA) - Ponche de Leona (USA) (Ponche (CAN)) 2 Hymn Book (USA) 6 b/br g Arch (USA) - Vespers (USA) (Known Fact (USA)) 3 Trickmeister (USA) 5 b c Proud Citizen (USA) - Afternoon Trick (USA) (Afternoon Deelites (USA)) 479 - DANCE SMARTLY STAKES, G2, Woodbine, July 8, 1800m 1 Marketing Mix (CAN) 4 b/br f Medaglia d’Oro (USA) - Instant Thought (USA) (Kris S (USA)) 2 Moment Of Majesty (CAN) 5 b f Saint Liam (USA) - Lady Indy (USA) (A P Indy (USA)) 3 Inglorious (CAN) 4 b f Hennessy (USA) - Noble Strike (CAN) (Smart Strike (CAN)) 480 - GREENWOOD CUP STAKES, G3, Parx Racing, July 14, 12f 1 Redeemed (USA) 4 b c Include (USA) - Early Mass (USA) (Pleasant Tap (USA)) 2 Not Abroad (USA) 5 b c Not For Love (USA) - Timely Broad (USA) (Broad Brush (USA)) 3 Hello Lover (USA) 6 gr/ro g Not For Love (USA) - Chemise (USA) (Secret Hello (USA)) 481 - JERSEY SHORE STAKES, G3, Monmouth Park, July 14, 6f 1 Well Spelled (USA) 3 gr/ro c Spellbinder (USA) - Well (USA) (Well Decorated (USA)) 2 Cape Cod Canal (USA) 3 b g Wildcat Heir (USA) - Your Place Anytime (USA) (Out of Place (USA)) 3 Scaramagna (USA) 3 ch c Speightstown (USA) - Cove (USA) (Pine Bluff (USA)) 482 - HOLLYWOOD JUVENILE CHAMPIONSHIP STAKES, G3, Hollywood Park, July 14, 6f 1 Scherer Magic (USA) 2 b/br g Doneraile Court (USA) - She’s A Nasty One (USA) (Touch Gold (USA)) 2 Carson’s Crown (USA) 2 b c Harlan’s Holiday (USA) - Delicatessa (USA) (Dare And Go (USA)) 3 Just Call Me Al (USA) 2 b r Redattore


international database (BRZ) - Alarcity (USA) (Allen’s Prospect (USA)) 483 - AMERICAN OAKS STAKES, G1, Hollywood Park, July 14, 10f 1 Lady of Shamrock (USA) 3 b/br f Scat Daddy (USA) - Blushing Issue (USA) (Blushing John (USA)) 2 My Gi Gi (USA) 3 b f E Dubai (USA) Relish The Thought (IRE) (Sadler’s Wells (USA)) 3 Best Present Ever (USA) 3 b/br f Unusual Heat (USA) - Centerofattention (USA) (Beau Genius (CAN)) 484 - A GLEAM HANDICAP, G2, Hollywood Park, July 14, 7f 1 Switch (USA) 5 b f Quiet American (USA) - Antoniette (USA) (Nicholas (USA)) 2 Sugarinthemorning (USA) 4 b f Candy Ride (ARG) - Social Belle (USA) (In Excess) 3 Glamorista (USA) 5 b f Unbridled’s Song (USA) - Critical Crew (USA) (Dr Blum (USA)) 485 - ROBERT G DICK MEMORIAL STAKES, G3, Delaware Park, July 14, 11f 1 Starformer (USA) 4 b f Dynaformer (USA) - Etoile Montante (USA) (Miswaki (USA)) 2 Bubbly Jane (BRZ) 7 b/br f Yagli (USA) - Built To Last (BRZ) (Knifebox (USA)) 3 Sikara (IRE) 4 gr/ro f Aussie Rules (USA) - Beucaire (IRE) (Entrepreneur (GB)) 486 - DELAWARE OAKS, G2, Delaware Park, July 14, 8f 110yds 1 Grace Hall (USA) 3 b f Empire Maker (USA) - Season’s Greetings (IRE) (Ezzoud (IRE)) 2 Via Villaggio (USA) 3 b/br f Bernardini (USA) - Hoh Buzzard (IRE) (Alhaarth (IRE)) 3 Amie’s Dini (USA) 3 b/br f Bandini (USA) - Run Kate Run (USA) (Cherokee Run (USA)) 487 - MAN O’WAR STAKES, G1, Belmont Park, July 14, 11f 1 Point of Entry (USA) 4 b c Dynaformer (USA) - Matlacha Pass (USA) (Seeking The Gold (USA)) 2 Center Divider (USA) 5 ch c Giant’s Causeway (USA) - Meridiana (GER) (Lomitas (GB)) 3 Tahoe Lake (BRZ) 6 b g Know Heights (IRE) - Tutto Charm (BRZ) (Roi Normand (USA))

488 - STARS AND STRIPES STAKES, G3, Arlington International, July 14, 12f 1 Ioya Bigtime (USA) 5 b c Dynaformer (USA) - Ioya Two (USA) (Lord At War (ARG)) 2 Musketier (GER) 10 gr/ro c Acatenango (GER) - Myth And Reality (GB) (Linamix (FR)) 3 Suntracer (USA) 4 ch c Kitten’s Joy (USA) - Taxable Deduction (USA) (Prized (USA)) 489 - MODESTY HANDICAP, G3, Arlington International, July 14, 9f 110yds 1 Romacaca (USA) 6 b/br f Running Stag (USA) - Romaca (USA) (Kris S (USA)) 2 Snow Top Mountain (USA) 5 gr/ro f Najran (USA) - Motokiks (USA) (Storm Cat (USA)) 3 Upperline (USA) 5 b f Maria’s Mon (USA) - Snowflake (IRE) (Caerleon (USA))

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(IRE) - Birjand (GB) (Green Desert (USA))

493 - THE S & M AL NABOODAH GROUP UAE DERBY, G2, Meydan, March 31, 1800m 1 Daddy Long Legs (USA) 3 ch c Scat Daddy (USA) - Dreamy Maiden (USA) (Meadowlake (USA)) 2 Yang Tse Kiang (FR) 3 b g Kahyasi Mikalia (FR) (Kaldoun (FR)) 3 Wrote (IRE) 3 b/br c High Chaparral (IRE) - Desert Classic (GB) (Green Desert (USA))

Hennessy Johannesburg Myth SCAT DADDY b/br 2004 Mr Prospector Love Style Likeable Style DADDY LONG LEGS ch c 2009 Hold Your Peace Meadowlake Suspicious Native DREAMY MAIDEN ch 96 Apalachee Sparrow Lake Stray Flight

490 - ARLINGTON HANDICAP, G3, Arlington International, July 14, 10f 1 Rahystrada (USA) 8 ch g Rahy (USA) - Ministrada (USA) (Deputy Minister (CAN)) 2 Boisterous (USA) 5 b/br c Distorted Humor (USA) - Emanating (USA) (Cox’s Ridge (USA)) 3 Mister Marti Gras (USA) 5 ch g Belong To Me (USA) - Miss Marta (USA) (Cure The Blues (USA)) 491 - AMERICAN DERBY, G3, Arlington International, July 14, 9f 110yds 1 Cozzetti (USA) 3 gr/ro c Cozzene (USA) - Lemon Drop Cello (USA) (Lemon Drop Kid (USA)) 2 All Stormy (USA) 3 b/br c Stormy Atlantic (USA) - Allspice (USA) (Coronado’s Quest (USA)) 3 Skyring (USA) 3 b c English Channel (USA) - Violet Lady (USA) (Seattle Slew (USA))

494 - LONGINES DUBAI SHEEMA CLAS, G1, Meydan, March 31, 2400m 1 Cirrus des Aigles (FR) 6 b g Even Top (IRE) - Taille de Guepe (FR) (Septieme Ciel (USA)) 2 St Nicholas Abbey (IRE) 5 b c Montjeu (IRE) - Leaping Water (GB) (Sure Blade (USA)) 3 Jakkalberry (IRE) 6 b c Storming Home (GB) - Claba di San Jore (IRE) (Barathea (IRE))

Ahonoora Topanoora Topping Girl EVEN TOP br 93 Niniski Skevena Skhiza CIRRUS DES AIGLES b g 2006 Seattle Slew Septieme Ciel Maximova TAILLE DE GUEPE ch 99 Funambule Roots Ruma

Polar Falcon Pivotal Fearless Revival KYLLACHY b 98 Song Pretty Poppy Moonlight Serenade KRYPTON FACTOR b/br g 2008 Nureyev Polar Falcon Marie d’Argonne COOL QUESTION b 2000 Efisio Quiz Time Explosiva

496 - ETISALAT GODOLPHIN MILE, G2, Meydan, March 31, 1600m 1 African Story (GB) 5 ch c Pivotal (GB) - Blixen (USA) (Gone West (USA)) 2 Viscount Nelson (USA) 5 b c Giant’s Causeway (USA) - Imagine (IRE) (Sadler’s Wells (USA)) 3 Red Jazz (USA) 5 b c Johannesburg (USA) - Now That’s Jazz (USA) (Sword Dance)

Nureyev Polar Falcon Marie d’Argonne PIVOTAL ch 93 Cozzene Fearless Revival Stufida AFRICAN STORY ch c 2007 Mr Prospector Gone West Secrettame BLIXEN b 98 Danehill Danish Tea House

497 - EMIRATES NBD AL QUOZ SPRINT, G2, Meydan, March 31, 1000m 1 Ortensia (AUS) 7 b f Testa Rossa (AUS) - Aerate’s Pick (AUS) (Picnicker (AUS)) 2 Sole Power (GB) 5 b g Kyllachy (GB) Demerger (USA) (Distant View (USA)) 3 Joy And Fun (NZ) 9 b g Cullen (AUS) Gin Player (NZ) (Defensive Play (USA))

492 - SUNSET HANDICAP, G3, Hollywood Park, July 15, 12f 1 Dhaamer (IRE) 5 ch g Dubai Destination (USA) - Arjuzah (IRE) (Ahonoora) 2 Romp (ARG) 8 b c Incurable Optimist (USA) - Stormy Secret (ARG) (Hidden Prize (USA)) 3 Quaintly (USA) 4 b f Giant’s Causeway (USA) - Measure (USA) (Seeking The Gold (USA))

495 - GULF NEWS DUBAI GOLDEN SHAHEEN STAKES, G1, Meydan, March 31, 1200m 1 Krypton Factor (GB) 4 b/br g Kyllachy (GB) - Cool Question (GB) (Polar Falcon (USA)) 2 Rocket Man (AUS) 7 b g Viscount (AUS) - Macrosa (NZ) (McGinty (NZ)) 3 Luck Or Design (IRE) 5 b g Dubawi

Danzig Perugino Fairy Bridge TESTA ROSSA b 96 Sir Dapper Bo Dapper Bodega ORTENSIA b f 2005 Snippets Picnicker It’s A Girl AERATE’S PICK 98 Loosen Up Aerate Rule The Turf

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international database 498 - EMIRATES AIRLINE DUBAI WORLD CUP, G1, Meydan, March 31, 2000m 1 Monterosso (GB) 5 b c Dubawi (IRE) Porto Roca (AUS) (Barathea (IRE)) 2 Capponi (IRE) 5 ch c Medicean (GB) Nawaiet (USA) (Zilzal (USA)) 3 Planteur (IRE) 5 b c Danehill Dancer (IRE) - Plante Rare (IRE) (Giant’s Causeway (USA))

Seeking The Gold Dubai Millennium Colorado Dancer DUBAWI b 2002 Deploy Zomaradah Jawaher MONTEROSSO b c 2007 Sadler’s Wells Barathea Brocade PORTO ROCA b 96 Salieri Antelliere Anntelle

499 - DUBAI DUTY FREE STAKES, G1, Meydan, March 31, 1800m 1 Cityscape (GB) 6 ch c Selkirk (USA) Tantina (USA) (Distant View (USA)) 2 Mutahadee (IRE) 4 b c Encosta de Lago (AUS) - Mosaique Bleue (GB) (Shirley Heights) 3 City Style (USA) 6 ch g City Zip (USA) Brattothecore (CAN) (Katahaula County (CAN))

Atan Sharpen Up Rocchetta SELKIRK ch 88 Nebbiolo Annie Edge Friendly Court CITYSCAPE ch c 2006 Mr Prospector Distant View Seven Springs TANTINA ch 2000 Nashwan Didina Didicoy

500 - AL TAYAR MOTORS DUBAI GOLD CUP, G3, Meydan, March 31, 3200m 1 Opinion Poll (IRE) 6 b c Halling (USA) - Ahead (Shirley Heights) 2 Joshua Tree (IRE) 5 b c Montjeu (IRE) Madeira Mist (IRE) (Grand Lodge (USA)) 3 Zanzamar (SAF) 5 b c Fort Wood (USA) - Zanakiya (FR) (Doyoun)

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Sharpen Up Diesis Doubly Sure HALLING ch 91 Green Dancer Dance Machine Never A Lady OPINION POLL b c 2006 Mill Reef Shirley Heights Hardiemma AHEAD b/ro 87 Icecapade Ghislaine Cambretta

WORLDWIDE 501 - Takamatsunomiya Kinen, G1, Chukyo, March 25, 1200m 1 Curren Chan (JPN) 5 gr f Kurofune (USA) - Spring Ticket (JPN) (Tony Bin) 2 San Carlo (JPN) 6 b/br c Symboli Kris S (USA) - Diva (JPN) (Crafty Prospector (USA)) 3 Lord Kanaloa (JPN) 4 b c King Kamehameha (JPN) - Lady Blossom (JPN) (Storm Cat (USA)) Age: 2-5; Starts: 15; Wins: 9; Places: 3 Earnings: £3,211,440 Sire: KUROFUNE. Sire of 13 Stakes winners. In 2012 - CURREN CHAN Tony Bin G1, GOLDEN HIND Seeking The Gold LR. 1st Dam: SPRING TICKET by Tony Bin. 6 wins in Japan. Dam of 2 winners: 2004: Vivardi (c Fuji Kiseki) 2005: SPRING SONG (c Sakura Bakushin O) 6 wins in Japan, Keihan Hai G3, 3rd Centaur S G2. 2006: Early Spring (f Kurofune) 2007: CURREN CHAN (f Kurofune) 9 wins at 3 to 5 in Japan, Sprinters S G1, Takamatsunomiya Kinen G1, Sankeisports Hai Hanshin Himba Tokubetsu G2, Hakodate Sprint S G3, Keeneland Cup G3, 2nd Aoi S LR. 2008: Spring Festa (f Zenno Rob Roy) ran on the flat in Japan. 2nd Dam: Kazumi Harukoma by Maruzensky. unraced. Dam of TAKE MIKAZUCHI (c Gold Allure: Lord Derby Challenge Trophy G3) Broodmare Sire: TONY BIN. Sire of the dams of 50 Stakes winners. In 2012 CURREN CHAN Kurofune G1, RULERSHIP King Kamehameha G2. The Kurofune/Tony Bin cross has produced: CURREN CHAN G1, Flamme de Passion G2.

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Deputy Minister French Deputy Mitterand KUROFUNE gr 98 Classic Go Go Blue Avenue Eliza Blue CURREN CHAN gr f 2007 Kampala Tony Bin Severn Bridge SPRING TICKET b/br 97 Maruzensky Kazumi Harukoma Senshu Takara

502 - Rosehill Guineas, G1, Rosehill, March 31, 2000m 1 Laser Hawk (AUS) 4 br g Artie Schiller (USA) - High Heels (AUS) (Canny Lad (AUS)) 2 Ocean Park (NZ) 4 b c Thorn Park (AUS) - Sayyida (NZ) (Zabeel (NZ)) 3 Silent Achiever (NZ) 4 br f O’Reilly (NZ) - Winning Spree (NZ) (Zabeel (NZ)) Sire: ARTIE SCHILLER. Sire of 8 Stakes winners. In 2012 - LASER HAWK Canny Lad G1, MR COMMONS Apalachee G2, BIG CHILL Maroof G3, MOVING MONEY Second Empire LR. 1st Dam: HIGH HEELS by Canny Lad. 2 wins in Australia. Dam of 6 winners: 2000: DESERT WAR (g Desert King) Champion older horse in Australia in 2006-07. 12 wins in Australia, Chipping Norton S G1, Energy Australia Epsom H G1 (twice), Motorola LKS Mackinnon S G1, Bigpond Queen Elizabeth S G1, Ranvet S G1, 2nd Bisley Workwear Chipping Norton S G1, 2(X)IST Epsom H G1, 3rd Van Heusen George Main S G1, Ranvet Rawson S G1 (twice) 2001: AMIANAN (g Belong To Me) 8 wins in Australia. 2002: DEARNESS (f Snippets) 3 wins in Australia. 2004: NAVICA (f Snowland) Winner in Australia. 2005: Wookah (c Encosta de Lago) 3 wins in Australia, 2nd Uci Super Impose S LR, 3rd Darley Sires’ Produce S G3. 2008: LASER HAWK (g Artie Schiller) 4 wins in Australia, Rosehill Guineas G1, 3rd Turnpoint Royal Randwick Guineas G1. 2010: (f Street Cry) 2nd Dam: Silken Step by Tolomeo. unraced. Dam of ACTRESS (f Snippets: Keith Mackay Quality H LR, Reginald Allen H LR). Grandam of Above Perfection. Broodmare Sire: CANNY LAD. Sire of the dams of 48 Stakes winners. In 2012 - GIMMETHEGREENLIGHT More Than Ready G1, LASER HAWK Artie Schiller G1, OFCOURSEICAN Mossman G1, CELTS Lonhro G3, GENERAL RIPPA

General Nediym G3, COMTESSE LA GRAN Saxon LR, DR SWEET King Cugat LR, FILL THE PAGE Dane Shadow LR.

Sadler’s Wells El Prado Lady Capulet ARTIE SCHILLER b 2001 Majestic Light Hidden Light Tallahto LASER HAWK br g 2008 Bletchingly Canny Lad Jesmond Lass HIGH HEELS br 94 Tolomeo Silken Step Bosk

503 - Manawatu Sires’ Produce Stakes, G1, Awapuni, March 31, 1400m

1 Choice Bro (AUS) 3 ch c Choisir (AUS) - Ladidi (AUS) (Palace Music (USA)) 2 Magic Shaft (AUS) 3 b g Shaft (AUS) Adaptable Lass (AUS) (Marauding (NZ)) 3 Warhorse (NZ) 3 b c General Nediym (AUS) - Rathlin Island (AUS) (Giant’s Causeway (USA)) Sire: CHOISIR. Sire of 35 Stakes winners. In 2012 - CHOICE BRO Palace Music G1, PSYCHOLOGIST Danzero G3. 1st Dam: Ladidi by Palace Music. unraced. Dam of 4 winners: 2004: SEIGNEUR BUZZ (g Seignorial) 2 wins in Australia. 2006: AMMO (g Danzero) Winner in Australia. 2007: EXCEED AND EXCITE (f Exceed And Excel) 5 wins in Australia. 2008: Gunfire Point (g Fastnet Rock) unraced. 2009: CHOICE BRO (c Choisir) 3 wins in New Zealand, Manawatu Sires’ Produce S G1, Platinum Homes Taranaki Classic G3. 2010: (f Dubawi) 2011: (f De Troy) 2nd Dam: IDOL WORSHIP by Godswalk. 3 wins in Australia Oaklands Plate LR. Dam of CULT FIGURE (f Ahonoora: Morphettville Guineas LR). Grandam of IMMORTALITY, CARGO CULT, Megadeal, Brooke’s Express. Broodmare Sire: PALACE MUSIC. Sire of the dams of 54 Stakes winners. In 2012 - CHOICE BRO Choisir G1, LORDS RANSOM Jeune LR.


international database Danehill Danehill Dancer Mira Adonde CHOISIR ch 99 Lunchtime Great Selection Pensive Mood CHOICE BRO ch c 2009 The Minstrel Palace Music Come My Prince LADIDI 99 Godswalk Idol Worship River Dane

504 - New Zealand Thoroughbred Breeders Stakes, G1, Te Aroha, April 7, 1600m 1 Say No More (NZ) 5 ch f Pentire (GB) - Our Lucy (AUS) (Walking Ring) 2 Fleur de Lune (NZ) 5 b f Stravinsky (USA) - Kapsjoy (NZ) (Kaapstad (NZ)) 3 Xanadu (NZ) 4 b f Elusive City (USA) Forest Dream (AUS) (Forest Glow (USA)) Sire: PENTIRE. Sire of 41 Stakes winners. In 2012 - MUFHASA Mi Preferido G1, SAY NO MORE Walking Ring G1, HE’S REMARKABLE Zabeel G3, CHASE THE SUN Dance Floor LR. 1st Dam: OUR LUCY by Walking Ring. Winner in Australia. Dam of 7 winners: 1997: NUDGE (g The Jogger) 5 wins in Australia, New Zealand. 1998: BANKONHER (f British Banker) Winner in New Zealand. Broodmare. 1999: Lucy Love (f Four Seasons) 3 wins in New Zealand, 2nd Westbury Stud Sunline S G3. 2000: REIGNS AND POORS (f Four Seasons) 2 wins in New Zealand. 2001: Solution (g Bahhare) unraced. 2002: OUR WOODY (g Woodborough) 4 wins in New Zealand. 2004: PENTOUR (g Pentire) 4 wins in New Zealand. 2005: (f Bertolini) 2007: SAY NO MORE (f Pentire) 6 wins in New Zealand, Harcourts Thorndon Mile G1, New Zealand Thoroughbred Breeders S G1. 2009: (c Duelled) Broodmare Sire: WALKING RING. Sire of the dams of 1 Stakes winners. In 2012 - SAY NO MORE Pentire G1. Northern Dancer Be My Guest What A Treat PENTIRE b 92 Mill Reef Gull Nook Bempton SAY NO MORE ch f 2007 Auction Ring Walking Ring Signature Tune OUR LUCY b 89 Five Arrows Lucy Primrose Fast Bridge

505 - Vinery Stud Stakes, G1, Rosehill, April 7, 2000m 1 Mosheen (AUS) 4 b f Fastnet Rock (AUS) - Sumehra (NZ) (Stravinsky (USA)) 2 Streama (AUS) 4 b f Stratum (AUS) Pensiamo (AUS) (Sovereign Red (NZ)) 3 Aliyana Tilde (AUS) 4 b f Snitzel (AUS) - Patronella (AUS) (Mister C (USA)) Sire: FASTNET ROCK. Sire of 29 Stakes winners. In 2012 - FOXWEDGE Forest Wildcat G1, MOSHEEN Stravinsky G1, EMPRESS ROCK Encosta de Lago G2, HIGHLY RECOMMENDED Al Hareb G2, SEA SIREN Success Express G2, JADE MARAUDER Jade Robbery G3, PLANET ROCK Zabeel G3, DRIEFONTEIN Export Price LR, ROCK ‘N’ POP Sir Tristram LR, ROCK ROBSTER Woodman LR. 1st Dam: SUMEHRA by Stravinsky. Winner in Australia. Dam of 1 winner: 2008: MOSHEEN (f Fastnet Rock) 7 wins in Australia, Turnpoint Royal Randwick Guineas G1, Vinery Stud S G1, Crown Victoria Oaks G1, Australian Guineas G1, Tabcorp Edward Manifold S G2, Shadwell Stud Manfred S LR, 2nd AAMI Golden Slipper S G1, Schweppes The 1000 Guineas G1, The Vanity G3, 3rd Schweppes 1000 Gns Tranquil Star Prelude G3, Dunlite Quezette S LR. 2010: (c Zabeel) 2011: (c Flying Spur) 2nd Dam: MISS PRIORITY by Kaapstad. 1 win in Australia. Dam of LUCKY OWNERS (c Danehill: Hong Kong Mile G1), MISS POWER BIRD (f Mukaddamah: Dairy Farmer’s Milk S LR, 2nd Yallambee Classic G2), Fast Ruler (g Viking Ruler: 3rd Victoria St Leger LR) Broodmare Sire: STRAVINSKY. Sire of the dams of 6 Stakes winners. In 2012 MOSHEEN Fastnet Rock G1.

Danzig Danehill Razyana FASTNET ROCK b 2001 Royal Academy Piccadilly Circus Gatana MOSHEEN b f 2008 Nureyev Stravinsky Fire The Groom SUMEHRA b 2002 Kaapstad Miss Priority Benediction

506 - Queen of the Turf Stakes, G1, Rosehill, April 7, 1400m 1 More Joyous (NZ) 6 b f More Than Ready (USA) - Sunday Joy (AUS) (Sunday Silence (USA)) 2 My Keepsake (NZ) 6 b f Keeper (AUS) Jacilo (NZ) (Entrepreneur (GB))

3 King’s Rose (NZ) 5 b f Redoute’s Choice (AUS) - Nureyev’s Girl (AUS) (Nureyev (USA)) Sire: MORE THAN READY. Sire of 78 Stakes winners. In 2012 GIMMETHEGREENLIGHT Canny Lad G1, MORE JOYOUS Sunday Silence G1, SAMAREADY Secret Savings G1, ASHOKAN Flying Spur G3, RACEWAY Flying Spur LR. 1st Dam: SUNDAY JOY by Sunday Silence. 3 wins in Australia, AJC Oaks G1, 3rd Rosehill Guineas G1. Dam of 3 winners: 2005: SEVENTH REASON (c Sadler’s Wells) 2 wins at 4 in Australia. 2006: MORE JOYOUS (f More Than Ready) 17 wins in Australia, Arrowfield Stud Flight S G1, Rokk Ebony Futurity S G1, Yellowglen George Main S G1, Inglis Queen of the Turf S G1 (twice), David Jones Toorak H G1, Myer Canterbury S G2 (twice), Perfect Vision Reisling Slipper Trial G2, Jim Beam Surround S G2, Sebring Theo Marks H. Sprint G2, Light Fingers S G2, Suncorp Banking Tea Rose S G2, D’Urban Tristarc S G2, Freeview Breeders’ Classic G2, Winning Edge Presentation Sheraco S LR, 3rd Sportingbet Manikato S G1, Winning Edge Presentation Sheraco S LR. 2007: JOY TOY (f Encosta de Lago) Winner in Australia. 2009: (c Redoute’s Choice) 2010: (f More Than Ready) 2nd Dam: JOIE DENISE by Danehill. 4 wins in Australia Queensland Oaks G1. Dam of TUESDAY JOY (f Carnegie: Patinack Chipping Norton S G1, Ranvet S G1, Tad Kennedy Coolmore Classic G1, BMW HE Tancred S G1, 2nd Bisley Workwear Chipping Norton S G1, Crown Victoria Oaks G1, 3rd David Jones Australian Derby G1, J P Morgan AJC Oaks G1, Patinack Farm Queen Elizabeth S G1), SUNDAY JOY (f Sunday Silence, see above), Mary Marvel (f Fusaichi Pegasus: 3rd Blazer Edward Manifold S G2), Joie (f Geiger Counter: 2nd Kensington S LR) Broodmare Sire: SUNDAY SILENCE. Sire of the dams of 98 Stakes winners. In 2012 - MORE JOYOUS More Than Ready G1, FEDERALIST Empire Maker G2, TO THE GLORY King Kamehameha G2, MEINER LACRIMA Chief Bearhart G3, SILENT MELODY Symboli Kris S G3, DUBAI GINA Dubai Destination LR, YOUNG AT HEART French Deputy LR.

Halo Southern Halo Northern Sea MORE THAN READY b 97 Woodman Woodman’s Girl Becky Be Good MORE JOYOUS b f 2006 Halo Sunday Silence Wishing Well SUNDAY JOY b 99 Danehill Joie Denise Denise’s Joy

507 - George Ryder Stakes, G1, Rosehill, April 7, 1400m 1 Metal Bender (NZ) 7 b g Danasinga (AUS) - Jacqwin (AUS) (Bluebird (USA)) 2 Rekindled Interest (AUS) 5 b g Redoute’s Choice (AUS) - Rekindled Affair (IRE) (Rainbow Quest (USA)) 3 Secret Admirer (AUS) 5 ch f Dubawi (IRE) - Secret Illusion (AUS) (Secret Savings (USA)) Sire: DANASINGA. Sire of 31 Stakes winners. In 2012 - METAL BENDER Bluebird G1. 1st Dam: JACQWIN by Bluebird. 3 wins at 2 to 4 in Hong Kong. Dam of 5 winners: 2000: LOVE THE LIMELIGHT (f Octagonal) 3 wins in New Zealand. Broodmare. 2002: Southern Venture (f Zabeel) 2 wins in Australia, 2nd Chairman’s S LR. Broodmare. 2003: BLESSED (f Zabeel) 3 wins in Australia. 2005: METAL BENDER (g Danasinga) 9 wins in Australia, Turnpoint Royal Randwick Guineas G1, Kirks Doomben Cup G1, George Ryder S G1, Dubai Rosehill Guineas G1, 100 Club Warwick S G2, A D Hollindale S G2, 2nd Emirates Queen Elizabeth S G1, Tatt’s Club Chelmsford S G2, 3rd Rokk Ebony Underwood S G1, Myer Canterbury S G2. 2006: MOMENT TO SAVOUR (c Savabeel) 2 wins in Australia. 2008: (c Savabeel) 2009: (f Savabeel) 2010: (f O’Reilly) 2nd Dam: Nuwirah by Pleasant Colony. unraced. Dam of KEEPER (c Danehill: Goodwood H G1), Downing Street (c Danehill: 3rd Sires’ Produce S G1), Little Chloe (f Danehill: 2nd Adams Platform Ottawa S LR, Smoke Free S LR, 3rd Dubai Int.Racing Carnival How Now S G3). Third dam of Broken. Broodmare Sire: BLUEBIRD. Sire of the dams of 59 Stakes winners. In 2012 - METAL BENDER Danasinga G1, WESTERN SYMBOL High Chaparral G3, NATIVE KNIGHT Placerville LR.

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DANASINGA b 91 Ahonoora Princess Tracy Princess Ru METAL BENDER b g 2005 Storm Bird Bluebird Ivory Dawn JACQWIN b 93 Pleasant Colony Nuwirah Secretarial Queen

508 - BMW Stakes, G1, Rosehill, April 7, 2400m

Miss Carina LINAMIX gr 87 Breton Lunadix Lutine MANIGHAR gr g 2006 Fappiano Rubiano Ruby Slippers MINTLY FRESH gr/ro 97 Key To The Mint Mintly Syriasly

509 - Golden Slipper Stakes, G1, Rosehill, April 7, 1200m

1 Manighar (FR) 6 gr g Linamix (FR) Mintly Fresh (USA) (Rubiano (USA)) 2 Americain (USA) 7 b/br c Dynaformer (USA) - America (IRE) (Arazi (USA)) 3 Drunken Sailor (IRE) 7 b g Tendulkar (USA) - Ronni Pancake (GB) (Mujadil (USA))

1 Pierro (AUS) 3 b c Lonhro (AUS) Right Note (IRE) (Daylami (IRE)) 2 Snitzerland (AUS) 3 b f Snitzel (AUS) Monte Rosa (AUS) (Fraar (USA)) 3 Samaready (AUS) 3 br/bl f More Than Ready (USA) - Samar (AUS) (Secret Savings (USA))

Age: 3-6; Starts: 27; Wins: 10; Places: 11 Earnings: £2,099,559

Sire: LONHRO. Sire of 32 Stakes winners. In 2012 - PIERRO Daylami G1, CELTS Canny Lad G3, RASPBERRIES Grand Lodge G3.

Sire: LINAMIX. Sire of 82 Stakes winners. In 2012 - MANIGHAR Rubiano G1. 1st Dam: Mintly Fresh by Rubiano. 2 wins at 3 in USA, 2nd Santa Paula H LR. Dam of 3 winners: 2003: MINATLYA (f Linamix) 3 wins at 3 in France, Prix de Royaumont G3. Broodmare. 2005: MINTED (c Clodovil) 3 wins at 2 and 3 in France. 2006: MANIGHAR (g Linamix) 10 wins at 3 and 6 in Australia, France, Dubai Australian Cup G1, Ranvet S G1, BMW S G1, Qatar Prix Chaudenay G2, Catanach’s T S Carlyon Cup G3, Derby de l’Ouest-Grand Prix de L’Asselco LR, Prix Michel Houyvet LR, 2nd Darley Prix Kergorlay G2, Zipping Classic G2, Prix de Lutece G3, Wheb Group Tapster S LR, 3rd Prix Royal-Oak G1, Emirates Airline Yorkshire Cup G2, Patinack Farm Sandown Classic G2, Carlton Draught P Young St George S G2. 2007: Mandawara (f Daylami) unraced. 2009: Mansera (f Manduro) unraced to date. 2010: Manndawi (c Dalakhani) unraced to date. 2nd Dam: Mintly by Key To The Mint. 3 wins in USA, 3rd Peach Blossom S. Dam of Mintly Fresh (f Rubiano, see above) Broodmare Sire: RUBIANO. Sire of the dams of 29 Stakes winners. In 2012 MANIGHAR Linamix G1, TAURINA Sudden Thunder LR. The Linamix/Rubiano cross has produced: MANIGHAR G1, MINATLYA G3.

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1st Dam: RIGHT NOTE by Daylami. 3 wins at 2, 4 and 5 in Australia, France. Dam of 1 winner: 2008: Thunder Set (g Reset) ran on the flat in Australia. 2009: PIERRO (c Lonhro) 4 wins in Australia, Golden Slipper S G1, Silver Slipper S G2, Spotless Todman S G2, Thoroughbred Breeders’ Plate LR. 2011: (f Lonhro) 2nd Dam: Sky Song by Sadler’s Wells. Dam of LAVEROCK (c Octagonal: Prix d’Ispahan G1, G. P. del Jockey Club e Coppa d’Oro G1, 2nd G.Dallmayr-Preis Bayerisches Zuchtrennen G1, 3rd Criterium de Saint-Cloud G1, Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud G1, G. P. del Jockey Club e Coppa d’Oro G1) Broodmare Sire: DAYLAMI. Sire of the dams of 6 Stakes winners. In 2012 PIERRO Lonhro G1.

Zabeel Octagonal Eight Carat LONHRO br 98 Straight Strike Shadea Concia PIERRO b c 2009 Doyoun Daylami Daltawa RIGHT NOTE gr 2003 Sadler’s Wells Sky Song Criquette

510 - Oka Sho (1000 Guineas), G1, Hanshin, April 8, 1600m 1 Gentildonna (JPN) 3 b f Deep Impact

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(JPN) - Donna Blini (GB) (Bertolini (USA)) 2 Verxina (JPN) 3 bl f Deep Impact (JPN) - Halwa Sweet (JPN) (Machiavellian (USA)) 3 I’m Yours (JPN) 3 ch f Falbrav (IRE) Cecile Blues (JPN) (El Condor Pasa (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 5; Wins: 3; Places: 1 Earnings: £1,388,136 Sire: DEEP IMPACT. Sire of 19 Stakes winners. In 2012 - GENTILDONNA Bertolini G1, BEST DEAL Marchand de Sable G3, DONAU BLUE Bertolini G3, HISTORICAL Northern Taste G3, VERXINA Machiavellian G3, WORLD ACE Acatenango G3, PARA LA SALUD Stuka LR. 1st Dam: DONNA BLINI by Bertolini. 4 wins at 2 and 3, Sky Bet Cheveley Park S G1. Dam of 2 winners: 2008: DONAU BLUE (f Deep Impact) 4 wins at 2 to 4 in Japan, Kyoto Himba S G3. 2009: GENTILDONNA (f Deep Impact) 3 wins at 2 and 3 in Japan, Oka Sho (1000 Guineas) G1, Nikkan Sports Sho Shinzan Kinen G3. 2010: (c Neo Universe) 2nd Dam: CAL NORMA’S LADY by Lyphard’s Special. 3 wins at 2. Dam of DONNA BLINI (f Bertolini, see above), MAGICAL (c Magic Ring: Will Rogers H) Broodmare Sire: BERTOLINI. Sire of the dams of 3 Stakes winners. In 2012 GENTILDONNA Deep Impact G1, DONAU BLUE Deep Impact G3. The Deep Impact/Bertolini cross has produced: GENTILDONNA G1, DONAU BLUE G3.

Halo Sunday Silence Wishing Well DEEP IMPACT b 2002 Alzao Wind In Her Hair Burghclere GENTILDONNA b f 2009 Danzig Bertolini Aquilegia DONNA BLINI ch 2003 Lyphard’s Special Cal Norma’s Lady June Darling

Sire: LONHRO. Sire of 32 Stakes winners. In 2012 - PIERRO Daylami G1, CELTS Canny Lad G3, RASPBERRIES Grand Lodge G3. 1st Dam: RIGHT NOTE by Daylami. 3 wins at 2, 4 and 5 in Australia, France. Dam of 1 winner: 2008: Thunder Set (g Reset) ran on the flat in Australia. 2009: PIERRO (c Lonhro) 5 wins in Australia, Golden Slipper S G1, Inglis Sires’ Produce S G1, Silver Slipper S G2, Spotless Todman S G2, Thoroughbred Breeders’ Plate LR. 2011: (f Lonhro) 2nd Dam: Sky Song by Sadler’s Wells. Dam of LAVEROCK (c Octagonal: Prix d’Ispahan G1, G. P. del Jockey Club e Coppa d’Oro G1, 2nd G.Dallmayr-Preis Bayerisches Zuchtrennen G1, 3rd Criterium de Saint-Cloud G1, Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud G1, G. P. del Jockey Club e Coppa d’Oro G1) Broodmare Sire: DAYLAMI. Sire of the dams of 6 Stakes winners. In 2012 PIERRO Lonhro G1.

Zabeel Octagonal Eight Carat LONHRO br 98 Straight Strike Shadea Concia PIERRO b c 2009 Doyoun Daylami Daltawa RIGHT NOTE gr 2003 Sadler’s Wells Sky Song Criquette

512 - David Jones AJC Australian Derby, G1, Randwick, April 14, 2400m 1 Ethiopia (AUS) 4 b g Helenus (AUS) Shona (AUS) (Spectrum (IRE)) 2 Polish Knight (NZ) 4 ch c Encosta de Lago (AUS) - Polish Princess (GB) (NZ) (Polish Precedent (USA)) 3 Laser Hawk (AUS) 4 br g Artie Schiller (USA) - High Heels (AUS) (Canny Lad (AUS)) Sire: HELENUS. Sire of 4 Stakes winners. In 2012 - ETHIOPIA Spectrum G1.

511 - Inglis Sires’ Produce Stakes, G1, Randwick, April 14, 1400m 1 Pierro (AUS) 3 b c Lonhro (AUS) Right Note (IRE) (Daylami (IRE)) 2 All Too Hard (AUS) 3 b c Casino Prince (AUS) - Helsinge (AUS) (Desert Sun (GB)) 3 Limes (AUS) 3 b c Commands (AUS) Rum Cruise (AUS) (Canny Lad (AUS))

1st Dam: Shona by Spectrum. unraced. Dam of 1 winner: 2007: Durban (f Helenus) unraced. 2008: ETHIOPIA (g Helenus) 1 win in Australia, David Jones AJC Australian Derby G1, 2nd Top Cut Alister Clark S G2, 3rd BMW Caulfield Autumn Classic G2. 2010: (f Helenus)


international database Broodmare Sire: SPECTRUM. Sire of the dams of 18 Stakes winners. In 2012 - ETHIOPIA Helenus G1. The Helenus/Spectrum cross has produced: CEDARBERG G1, ETHIOPIA G1.

Fairy King Helissio Helice HELENUS b 99 Java Gold Worldwide Elsie Tender Camilla ETHIOPIA b g 2008 Rainbow Quest Spectrum River Dancer SHONA b 2002 Zabeel Gyffies Gypsy Fire

513 - Darley T J Smith Stakes, G1, Randwick, April 14, 1200m 1 Master of Design (AUS) 7 b/br c Redoute’s Choice (AUS) - Urge To Merge (AUS) (Last Tycoon) 2 Rain Affair (AUS) 5 b g Commands (AUS) - I Believe (AUS) (Octagonal (NZ)) 3 Hallowell Belle (AUS) 4 ch f Starcraft (NZ) - Bella Inez (AUS) (Beautiful Crown (USA)) Sire: REDOUTE’S CHOICE. Sire of 85 Stakes winners. In 2012 - MASTER OF DESIGN Last Tycoon G1, MUSIR Encosta de Lago G2, BURGUNDY Zabeel LR, DYSTOPIA Luskin Star LR, MAMA’S CHOICE General Nediym LR, MAULES CREEK Shinko King LR, PACKING COMMANDER Runyon LR, PAPILIO Zabeel LR. 1st Dam: URGE TO MERGE by Last Tycoon. Winner in Australia. Own sister to TOWKAY and TRACY’S ELEMENT. Dam of 4 winners: 1999: SUNTAGONAL (g Octagonal) 5 wins in South Africa, Premier’s Champion S G1, 2nd Gold Medallion S G1. 2002: HAPPY ATHLETE (c Fuji Kiseki) 3 wins at 3 and 4 in Japan. 2004: ALLIED FORCE (c Redoute’s Choice) 3 wins in Australia. 2005: MASTER OF DESIGN (c Redoute’s Choice) 7 wins in Australia, Darley T J Smith S G1, Sebring Theo Marks Sprint G2, 3rd PFD Sir Rupert Clarke S G1, Sebring S G3. 2009: Dream Merger (c Charge Forward) in training. 2nd Dam: PRINCESS TRACY by Ahonoora. 4 wins at 2 and 3 Ballyogan S G3, Baroda Stud Phoenix Sprint G3, 4th Moyglare Stud S G1. Dam of TRACY’S ELEMENT (f Last Tycoon: Smirnoff Bloodline Sprint G1, Computaform Sprint G1, The Star

Sprint G1, South African Fillies Sprint G1), DANASINGA (c Danehill: Stradbroke H G1, 2nd BMW Doncaster H G1, Doomben Cup G1), TOPASANNAH (f Commanche Run: Woolavington Cup G2), CULLEN (c Danehill: Mercedes-Benz Blue Diamond Preview (c&g) G3, Rubiton S G3, 2nd McDonogh Railway H G1), TOWKAY (c Last Tycoon: C S Hayes S G3, 3rd Sallinger S G1). Grandam of TYPHOON TRACY, PRINCE OF WAR, HAPPY MORNING, FATAL ATTRACTION, PERANA, PRINCE ARTHUR, RED ELEMENT, Kylikwong, Seton Hall, Tracy’s Choice. Third dam of SHAFT, Eclair Fastpass, Jovial. Fourth dam of RAFFLES PEGASUS. Broodmare Sire: LAST TYCOON. Sire of the dams of 145 Stakes winners. In 2012 - MASTER OF DESIGN Redoute’s Choice G1, SLUMDOGMILLIONAIRE Strike Smartly G1, RIOMORAL Captain Rio G2, DANCES ON STARS Snitzel G3. The Redoute’s Choice/Last Tycoon cross has produced: DARIANA G1, ESTEE G1, MASTER OF DESIGN G1, SHAAHEQ G1, DRUMBEATS G2, LUCKY UNICORN G3, PROVENCE LR, Metallurgical G3, Strong Choice G3, Tracy’s Choice LR.

Danzig Danehill Razyana REDOUTE’S CHOICE b 96 Canny Lad Shantha’s Choice Dancing Show MASTER OF DESIGN b/br c 2005 Try My Best Last Tycoon Mill Princess URGE TO MERGE b 93 Ahonoora Princess Tracy Princess Ru

Winner in New Zealand. Broodmare. 2005: VEYRON (g Thorn Park) 13 wins in New Zealand, Waikato Draught Sprint G1, Land Pride Easter H G1 (twice), Haunui Farm Otaki-Maori WFA Classic G1, Eagle Technology Gt N’thern Chall.Stakes G3, 2nd Zabeel Classic G1, Lindauer New Zealand 2nd Century S G1. 2nd Dam: LIMITLESS by Sir Tristram. 4 wins in Australia Brisbane Cup G1, 2nd Queen Elizabeth S G1. Own sister to RUN FOR COVER. Dam of ZERO LIMIT (c Star Way: Easter Cup LR, Thai Airways International H LR, 2nd Cadbury Victoria St Leger G3, Moet & Chandon Chairman’s H G3, 3rd Quick-Eze S G2), TWINKLING (f Star Way: Phillips Fox Great Northern Foal S LR, DLA Phillips Fox Cornwall H LR, Tip Top Bread Bonecrusher S LR, 2nd DHL Counties Cup G2). Grandam of BOUNDLESS, Nothing Lika Tango, Purrfection, Our Dance. Broodmare Sire: CENTRO. Sire of the dams of 5 Stakes winners. In 2012 VEYRON Thorn Park G1.

Nureyev Spinning World Imperfect Circle THORN PARK ch 99 Bluebird Joy Christmas Spirit VEYRON ch g 2005 Century Centro Ease And Comfort OVER THE LIMIT b 95 Sir Tristram Limitless Coverless

515 - Satsuki Sho (2000 Guineas), G1, Nakayama, April 15, 2000m 514 - Manco Easter Handicap, G1, Ellerslie, April 14, 1600m 1 Veyron (NZ) 7 ch g Thorn Park (AUS) Over The Limit (NZ) (Centro (NZ)) 2 Postmans Daughter (NZ) 5 b f Postponed (USA) - Kinjabelle (NZ) (Kinjite (NZ)) 3 Fleur de Lune (NZ) 5 b f Stravinsky (USA) - Kapsjoy (NZ) (Kaapstad (NZ)) Sire: THORN PARK. Sire of 14 Stakes winners. In 2012 - VEYRON Centro G1, OCEAN PARK Zabeel G3. 1st Dam: OVER THE LIMIT by Centro. Winner in New Zealand. Dam of 4 winners: 2001: Mario (g Marju) 3 wins over jumps in New Zealand, 3rd Skycity Auckland Great Northern Hurdles LR. 2002: ALMUTA WAWHO (f Almutawakel) 2 wins in New Zealand. 2004: ON THE LIMIT (f Star Way)

1 Gold Ship (JPN) 3 gr c Stay Gold (JPN) - Point Flag (JPN) (Mejiro McQueen (JPN)) 2 World Ace (JPN) 3 b c Deep Impact (JPN) - Mandela (GER) (Acatenango (GER)) 3 Deep Brillante (JPN) 3 b c Deep Impact (JPN) - Love And Bubbles (USA) (Loup Sauvage (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 6; Wins: 4; Places: 2 Earnings: £1,790,175 Sire: STAY GOLD. Sire of 19 Stakes winners. In 2012 - GOLD SHIP Mejiro McQueen G1. 1st Dam: Point Flag by Mejiro McQueen. Winner at 2 in Japan, 2nd Tulip Sho LR. Dam of 3 winners: 2004: HONEY FLAG (f Fuji Kiseki) 2 wins at 3 and 4 in Japan. 2005: Point Gold (c Gold Allure) ran on the flat in Japan.

2006: Country Flag (c Timber Country) ran on the flat in Japan. 2007: MIRACLE FLAG (f Spicule) Winner at 3 in Japan. 2009: GOLD SHIP (c Stay Gold) 4 wins at 2 and 3 in Japan, Satsuki Sho (2000 Guineas) G1, Kyodo News Service Hai S G3, 2nd Sapporo Nisai S G3, Radio Nikkei Hai Nisai S G3. 2010: (f Fuji Kiseki) 2011: (c Stay Gold) 2nd Dam: Pastoralism by Pluralisme. unraced. Dam of Point Flag (f Mejiro McQueen, see above) Broodmare Sire: MEJIRO MCQUEEN. Sire of the dams of 4 Stakes winners. In 2012 - GOLD SHIP Stay Gold G1. The Stay Gold/Mejiro McQueen cross has produced: DREAM JOURNEY G1, GOLD SHIP G1, ORFEVRE G1, FATEFUL WAR G2.

Halo Sunday Silence Wishing Well STAY GOLD b 94 Dictus Golden Sash Dyna Sash GOLD SHIP gr c 2009 Mejiro Titan Mejiro McQueen Mejiro Aurola POINT FLAG gr 98 Pluralisme Pastoralism Tokuno Eighty

516 - GP.Zelia Gonzaga Peixoto Castro-Stud TNT, G1, Gavea, April 15, 2400m 1 Old Tune (BRZ) 4 b f Wild Event (USA) - Chanson Pour Julia (BRZ) (Irish Fighter (USA)) 2 Unique Zuca (BRZ) 4 b f Northern Afleet (USA) - Linda Rafaela (BRZ) (Bin Ajwaad (IRE)) 3 Jet Queen (BRZ) 4 b f Mensageiro Alado (BRZ) - Lady Tell You (USA) (Time For A Change (USA)) Sire: WILD EVENT. Sire of 38 Stakes winners. In 2012 - OLD TUNE Irish Fighter G1, TONEMAI Jules G2, VANUA LEVU Joyeux Danseur G2, HUNKA HUNKA De Quest G3, BRUJO DE OLLEROS Roy LR. 1st Dam: CHANSON POUR JULIA by Irish Fighter. 3 wins in Brazil. Dam of 3 winners: 2003: IMPIEDOSO (c Trempolino) 6 wins in Brazil. 2004: GHADEERZINHA (f Ghadeer) 3 wins in Brazil. 2007: Nova Bossa (f Our Emblem) ran on the flat in Brazil. 2008: OLD TUNE (f Wild Event) 6 wins in Brazil, Grande Premio Diana-

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Icecapade Wild Again Bushel-N-Peck WILD EVENT b 93 Northfields North of Eden Tree of Knowledge OLD TUNE b f 2008 Irish River Irish Fighter Go On Dreaming CHANSON POUR JULIA b 97 Slap Jack Cats Night Celina Igi

517 - GP Cruzeiro Sul Derby CariocaStud TNT, G1, Gavea, April 15, 2400m 1 Plenty of Kicks (BRZ) 4 b c Crimson Tide (IRE) - Pleni Turbo (BRZ) (Choctaw Ridge (USA)) 2 Poker Face (BRZ) 4 b c Wild Event (USA) - Power Sound (BRZ) (Shudanz (CAN)) 3 Invictus (BRZ) 4 b c Sulamani (IRE) Get Back (BRZ) (Fast Gold (USA)) Sire: CRIMSON TIDE. Sire of 15 Stakes winners. In 2012 - PLENTY OF KICKS Choctaw Ridge G1. 1st Dam: PLENI TURBO by Choctaw Ridge. 3 wins in Brazil, Classico Octavio Dupont LR, 2nd Grande Premio Mariano Procopio G3, 3rd G. P. Henrique Possollo (1000 Guineas) G1. Dam of 4 winners: 2002: Plenty of Earnings (f Nedawi) unraced. Broodmare. 2003: PALAIS DES FESTIVALS (c Crimson Tide) 10 wins in Brazil, Classico Presidente da Republica LR. 2005: PRIME HALL (c Crimson Tide) 4 wins in Brazil. 2006: POSE IMPERIAL (f Crimson Tide) 3 wins in Brazil.

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2007: Palais des Jardins (c Crimson Tide) unraced. PLENTY OF KICKS (c 2008: Crimson Tide) 7 wins in Brazil, Grande Premio Presidente da Republica G1, GP Cruzeiro Sul Derby Carioca-Stud TNT G1, G. P. Estado de Rio de Janeiro-Stud TNT G1, Grande Premio Jockey Club Brasieiro G1, G.P. Francisco E Paula Machado-Stud TNT G1, Classico Julio Capua LR. 2009: Pleine Lune (f Crimson Tide) unraced to date. 2010: Plenitude Maxima (f Nedawi) unraced to date. 2nd Dam: PLENITUD by Karabas. 1 win in Brazil. Dam of PLENI TURBO (f Choctaw Ridge, see above) Broodmare Sire: CHOCTAW RIDGE. Sire of the dams of 21 Stakes winners. In 2012 - PLENTY OF KICKS Crimson Tide G1. The Crimson Tide/Choctaw Ridge cross has produced: PLENTY OF KICKS G1, PALAIS DES FESTIVALS LR, Vesper of Love G3, Fortaleza Digital LR.

Northern Dancer Sadler’s Wells Fairy Bridge CRIMSON TIDE b 94 Darshaan Sharata Shademah PLENTY OF KICKS b c 2008 Mr Prospector Choctaw Ridge Cinegita PLENI TURBO b 95 Karabas Plenitud Irish Girl

518 - The James Boag Galaxy, G1, Randwick, April 21, 1000m 1 Temple of Boom (AUS) 6 b g Piccolo (GB) - Temple Spirit (AUS) (Special Dane (AUS)) 2 Nobby Snip (AUS) 4 ch g Snippetson (AUS) - Pine Away (USA) (Pine Bluff (USA)) 3 Ladys Angel (AUS) 6 ch f Arena (AUS) Lady Sublime (AUS) (Hurricane Sky (AUS)) Age: 2; Starts: 1; Wins: 1; Places: 0 Earnings: £26,432 Sire: PICCOLO. Sire of 17 Stakes winners. In 2012 - TEMPLE OF BOOM Special Dane G1. 1st Dam: Temple Spirit by Special Dane. 8 wins in Australia, 3rd Golden Garter Just Now H LR. Dam of 2 winners: 2006: TEMPLE OF BOOM (g Piccolo) 1 win at 2 in Australia, The James Boag Galaxy G1, Gilgai Baguette

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S G2, Aurie’s Star H G3, Swisse Vitamins Century S LR, 2nd Carlton Mild Gold Coast Guineas G3, 3rd Seppelt Salinger Linlithgow S G2, Hardy Bros Jewellers Golden S LR. 2007: SPIRIT OF BOOM (c Sequalo) Moreton Hire Ken Russell Mem. Classic LR, Carlton Draught Goldmarket H LR, 2nd Bollinger Champagne Classic G2.

2008: STREAMA (f Stratum) 4 wins in Australia, Patinack Farm AJC Oaks G1, Coolmore Stud Flight S G1, Patinack Farm Surround S G2, Tea Rose S G2, Tattersalls Furious S G2, Sharp Keith Mackay Quality H LR, 2nd Vinery Stud S G1, Patinack Farm Light Fingers S G2, Hylands Sweet Embrace S G3, 3rd Panucci Silver Shadow S G3. 2010: (c Henny Hughes)

2nd Dam: Temple Top by Semipalatinsk. unraced. Dam of Temple Spirit (f Special Dane, see above)

2nd Dam: Given Thought by Glenstal. ran a few times at 3. Third dam of DECISION TIME.

Broodmare Sire: SPECIAL DANE. Sire of the dams of 2 Stakes winners. In 2012 - TEMPLE OF BOOM Piccolo G1, SPIRIT OF BOOM Sequalo LR.

Known Fact Warning Slightly Dangerous PICCOLO b 91 Whistling Wind Woodwind Garden Green TEMPLE OF BOOM b g 2006 Danehill Special Dane Wing Space TEMPLE SPIRIT b 2000 Semipalatinsk Temple Top Temple Black

Broodmare Sire: SOVEREIGN RED. Sire of the dams of 26 Stakes winners. In 2012 - STREAMA Stratum G1.

Danehill Redoute’s Choice Shantha’s Choice STRATUM b 2002 Luskin Star Bourgeois Brave New World STREAMA b f 2008 Sir Tristram Sovereign Red Taiona PENSIAMO b 93 Glenstal Given Thought Hazy Idea

520 - BMW Doncaster Mile, G1, Randwick, April 21, 1600m 519 - Patinack Farm AJC Oaks, G1, Randwick, April 21, 2400m 1 Streama (AUS) 4 b f Stratum (AUS) Pensiamo (AUS) (Sovereign Red (NZ)) 2 Aliyana Tilde (AUS) 4 b f Snitzel (AUS) - Patronella (AUS) (Mister C (USA)) 3 Thy (NZ) 4 b f O’Reilly (NZ) - A Star Affair (NZ) (Star Way)

1 More Joyous (NZ) 6 b f More Than Ready (USA) - Sunday Joy (AUS) (Sunday Silence (USA)) 2 Shoot Out (AUS) 6 b g High Chaparral (IRE) - Pentamerous (NZ) (Pentire (GB)) 3 Yosei (AUS) 5 b f Invincible Spirit (IRE) - Fuji Fairy (AUS) (Fuji Kiseki (JPN))

Sire: STRATUM. Sire of 11 Stakes winners. In 2012 - STREAMA Sovereign Red G1, BUSH AVIATOR Geiger Counter LR, DARLINGTON ABBEY Blackfriars LR.

Sire: MORE THAN READY. Sire of 78 Stakes winners. In 2012 GIMMETHEGREENLIGHT Canny Lad G1, MORE JOYOUS Sunday Silence G1, SAMAREADY Secret Savings G1, ASHOKAN Flying Spur G3, RACEWAY Flying Spur LR.

1st Dam: Pensiamo by Sovereign Red. Dam of 7 winners: 1998: PAWARNA (f Tierce) 3 wins in Australia. Broodmare. 1999: TESSAMO (f Tierce) 3 wins in Australia. Broodmare. 2000: Heroic Encounter (c Encounter) unraced. 2001: BRIGHT ENCOUNTER (g Encounter) 5 wins in Australia. 2002: ENCIAMO (f Encounter) Winner in Australia. Broodmare. 2003: Spotted (c Encounter) 2004: Heliamo (f Helissio) unraced. 2005: SOCIAL CAT (g Catbird) Winner in Australia. 2006: GYPSY MAGIC (g Intergaze) 2 wins in Singapore.

1st Dam: SUNDAY JOY by Sunday Silence. 3 wins in Australia, AJC Oaks G1, 3rd Rosehill Guineas G1. Dam of 3 winners: 2005: SEVENTH REASON (c Sadler’s Wells) 2 wins at 4 in Australia. 2006: MORE JOYOUS (f More Than Ready) 17 wins in Australia, BMW Doncaster Mile G1, Arrowfield Stud Flight S G1, Rokk Ebony Futurity S G1, Yellowglen George Main S G1, Inglis Queen of the Turf S G1 (twice), David Jones Toorak H G1, Myer Canterbury S G2 (twice), Perfect Vision Reisling Slipper Trial G2, Jim Beam Surround S G2, Sebring Theo Marks H. Sprint G2, Light Fingers S G2, Suncorp Banking Tea Rose S G2, D’Urban Tristarc S G2, Freeview Breeders’ Classic G2, Winning


international database Edge Presentation Sheraco S LR, 3rd Sportingbet Manikato S G1, Winning Edge Presentation Sheraco S LR. 2007: JOY TOY (f Encosta de Lago) Winner in Australia. 2009: (c Redoute’s Choice) 2010: (f More Than Ready) 2nd Dam: JOIE DENISE by Danehill. 4 wins in Australia Queensland Oaks G1. Dam of TUESDAY JOY (f Carnegie: Patinack Chipping Norton S G1, Ranvet S G1, Tad Kennedy Coolmore Classic G1, BMW HE Tancred S G1, 2nd Bisley Workwear Chipping Norton S G1, Crown Victoria Oaks G1, 3rd David Jones Australian Derby G1, J P Morgan AJC Oaks G1, Patinack Farm Queen Elizabeth S G1), SUNDAY JOY (f Sunday Silence, see above), Mary Marvel (f Fusaichi Pegasus: 3rd Blazer Edward Manifold S G2), Joie (f Geiger Counter: 2nd Kensington S LR) Broodmare Sire: SUNDAY SILENCE. Sire of the dams of 98 Stakes winners. In 2012 - MORE JOYOUS More Than Ready G1, FEDERALIST Empire Maker G2, TO THE GLORY King Kamehameha G2, MEINER LACRIMA Chief Bearhart G3, SILENT MELODY Symboli Kris S G3, A SHIN WHITY Sakura Bakushin O LR, DUBAI GINA Dubai Destination LR, YOUNG AT HEART French Deputy LR.

Halo Southern Halo Northern Sea MORE THAN READY b 97 Woodman Woodman’s Girl Becky Be Good MORE JOYOUS b f 2006 Halo Sunday Silence Wishing Well SUNDAY JOY b 99 Danehill Joie Denise Denise’s Joy

ROBSTER Woodman LR.

LR.

1st Dam: REGARD by Zabeel. 2 wins at 3 in Australia. Dam of 1 winner: 2008: ATLANTIC JEWEL (f Fastnet Rock) 4 wins in Australia, Ticketek All Aged S G1, Schweppes The 1000 Guineas G1, Wakeful S G2, Yellowglen Sapphire S G2. 2009: Commanding Jewel (f Commands) unraced to date.

1st Dam: SUNDAY JOY by Sunday Silence. 3 wins in Australia, AJC Oaks G1, 3rd Rosehill Guineas G1. Dam of 3 winners: 2005: SEVENTH REASON (c Sadler’s Wells) 2 wins at 4 in Australia. 2006: MORE JOYOUS (f More Than Ready) 18 wins in Australia, BMW Doncaster Mile G1, Arrowfield Stud Flight S G1, Rokk Ebony Futurity S G1, Yellowglen George Main S G1, Tabcorp Queen Elizabeth S G1, Inglis Queen of the Turf S G1 (twice), David Jones Toorak H G1, Myer Canterbury S G2 (twice), Perfect Vision Reisling Slipper Trial G2, Jim Beam Surround S G2, Sebring Theo Marks H. Sprint G2, Light Fingers S G2, Suncorp Banking Tea Rose S G2, D’Urban Tristarc S G2, Freeview Breeders’ Classic G2, Winning Edge Presentation Sheraco S LR, 3rd Sportingbet Manikato S G1, Winning Edge Presentation Sheraco S LR. 2007: JOY TOY (f Encosta de Lago) Winner in Australia. 2009: (c Redoute’s Choice) 2010: (f More Than Ready)

2nd Dam: Nanshan by Nashwan. Dam of Shaan (f Danewin: 3rd Samsung James H B Carr S LR) Broodmare Sire: ZABEEL. Sire of the dams of 96 Stakes winners. In 2012 ATLANTIC JEWEL Fastnet Rock G1, INVEST Dehere G1, SILENT ACHIEVER O’Reilly G1, SINGLE MINDED Bachelor Duke G2, FULL OF SPIRIT Flying Spur G3, HE’S REMARKABLE Pentire G3, OCEAN PARK Thorn Park G3, PLANET ROCK Fastnet Rock G3, BURGUNDY Redoute’s Choice LR, DANEWIN SMYTZER Danewin LR, DEAR DEMI Dehere LR, FLYING FULTON Flying Spur LR, OVER QUOTA Testa Rossa LR, PAPILIO Redoute’s Choice LR, SOUTHERN SPEED Southern Image LR, SUNSTORM Strada LR. The Fastnet Rock/Zabeel cross has produced: ATLANTIC JEWEL G1, PLANET ROCK G1, CURVED BALL G2, Rockadubai LR, Teardrop Rock LR.

Danzig Danehill Razyana FASTNET ROCK b 2001 Royal Academy Piccadilly Circus Gatana ATLANTIC JEWEL b f 2008 Sir Tristram Zabeel Lady Giselle REGARD b 2002 Nashwan Nanshan Pass The Peace

521 - Ticketek All Aged Stakes, G1, Randwick, April 28, 1400m 1 Atlantic Jewel (AUS) 4 b f Fastnet Rock (AUS) - Regard (AUS) (Zabeel (NZ)) 2 Rain Affair (AUS) 5 b g Commands (AUS) - I Believe (AUS) (Octagonal (NZ)) 3 Ofcourseican (AUS) 6 b f Mossman (AUS) - Yes She Can Cancan (AUS) (Canny Lad (AUS)) Sire: FASTNET ROCK. Sire of 30 Stakes winners. In 2012 - ATLANTIC JEWEL Zabeel G1, FOXWEDGE Forest Wildcat G1, MOSHEEN Stravinsky G1, EMPRESS ROCK Encosta de Lago G2, HIGHLY RECOMMENDED Al Hareb G2, SEA SIREN Success Express G2, JADE MARAUDER Jade Robbery G3, PLANET ROCK Zabeel G3, WE’RE GONNA ROCK Dehere G3, DRIEFONTEIN Export Price LR, ROCK ‘N’ POP Sir Tristram LR, ROCK

522 - Tabcorp Queen Elizabeth Stakes, G1, Randwick, April 28, 2000m 1 More Joyous (NZ) 6 b f More Than Ready (USA) - Sunday Joy (AUS) (Sunday Silence (USA)) 2 Manighar (FR) 6 gr g Linamix (FR) Mintly Fresh (USA) (Rubiano (USA)) 3 Secret Admirer (AUS) 5 ch f Dubawi (IRE) - Secret Illusion (AUS) (Secret Savings (USA)) Sire: MORE THAN READY. Sire of 79 Stakes winners. In 2012 GIMMETHEGREENLIGHT Canny Lad G1, MORE JOYOUS Sunday Silence G1, SAMAREADY Secret Savings G1, ASHOKAN Flying Spur G3, LANDING Flying Spur LR, RACEWAY Flying Spur

2nd Dam: JOIE DENISE by Danehill. 4 wins in Australia Queensland Oaks G1. Dam of TUESDAY JOY (f Carnegie: Patinack Chipping Norton S G1, Ranvet S G1, Tad Kennedy Coolmore Classic G1, BMW HE Tancred S G1, 2nd Bisley Workwear Chipping Norton S G1, Crown Victoria Oaks G1, 3rd David Jones Australian Derby G1, J P Morgan AJC Oaks G1, Patinack Farm Queen Elizabeth S G1), SUNDAY JOY (f Sunday Silence, see above), Mary Marvel (f Fusaichi Pegasus: 3rd Blazer Edward Manifold S G2), Joie (f Geiger Counter: 2nd Kensington S LR) Broodmare Sire: SUNDAY SILENCE. Sire of the dams of 99 Stakes winners. In 2012 - MORE JOYOUS More Than Ready G1, FEDERALIST Empire Maker G2, SILPORT White Muzzle G2, TO THE GLORY King Kamehameha G2, ALL THAT JAZZ Tanino Gimlet G3, MEINER LACRIMA Chief Bearhart G3, SILENT MELODY Symboli Kris S G3, A SHIN WHITY Sakura Bakushin O LR, DUBAI GINA Dubai Destination LR, YOUNG AT HEART French Deputy LR.

Halo Southern Halo Northern Sea MORE THAN READY b 97 Woodman Woodman’s Girl Becky Be Good MORE JOYOUS b f 2006 Halo Sunday Silence Wishing Well SUNDAY JOY b 99 Danehill Joie Denise Denise’s Joy

523 - Schweppes Sydney Cup, G1, Randwick, April 28, 3200m 1 Niwot (AUS) 8 b g Galileo (IRE) - Too Darn Hot (NZ) (Noble Bijou (USA)) 2 Efficient (NZ) 9 gr g Zabeel (NZ) Refused The Dance (NZ) (Defensive Play (USA)) 3 Once Were Wild (AUS) 6 b/br f Johannesburg (USA) - Wildesong (AUS) (Unbridled’s Song (USA)) Sire: GALILEO. Sire of 107 Stakes winners. In 2012 - IGUGU Intikhab G1, NIWOT Noble Bijou G1, MAHBOOBA Red Ransom G2, MIKHAIL GLINKA Mark of Esteem G2, IMPERIAL MONARCH Slip Anchor G3, KISSED Darshaan LR, CELESTIAL HALO High Top LR, VIA GALILEI Danehill LR. 1st Dam: TOO DARN HOT by Noble Bijou. Tattersalls Plate LR. Dam of 1 winner: 1998: Hotter Than Hell (g Palace Music) unraced. 1999: Ashworth (g Royal Academy) unraced. 2000: Sabre (g Octagonal) unraced. 2002: Hells Bells (g Redoute’s Choice) unraced. 2004: NIWOT (g Galileo) Schweppes Sydney Cup G1, Lexus Hotham S G3, Andrew Ramsden Duke of Norfolk S LR, Thomas Hotels Winter Cup LR, 2nd Tab Big6 Warrnambool Cup LR, The Bart Cummings H LR. 2005: Aurora’s Hot (f Fantastic Light) unraced. 2010: (f Authorized) 2nd Dam: Kiss Me Kate by Balmerino. 8 wins in New Zealand, 3rd Great Easter H LR, Classique Cottages Canterbury S LR. Dam of TOO DARN HOT (f Noble Bijou, see above). Grandam of DO IT RIGHT, BABY CHAMPION. Broodmare Sire: NOBLE BIJOU. Sire of the dams of 65 Stakes winners. In 2012 - NIWOT Galileo G1.

Northern Dancer Sadler’s Wells Fairy Bridge GALILEO b 98 Miswaki Urban Sea Allegretta NIWOT b g 2004 Vaguely Noble Noble Bijou Priceless Gem TOO DARN HOT ch 92 Balmerino Kiss Me Kate Anita Kay

524 - Moet & Chandon Champagne Stakes, G1, Randwick, April 28, 1600m 1 Pierro (AUS) 3 b c Lonhro (AUS) -

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