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“He looks an exceptional colt... After the race Richard Hughes described him as “by far” the best he’s ridden, quite a compliment considering he won a couple of Group 1 sprints on Oasis Dream.”

“The winner found the strong early pace right up his street as it enabled him to settle under restraint, which had also been the case when he destroyed his rivals on his previous outing (in the Irish 2,000 Guineas).”

“Bidding to achieve a unique feat of winning on the opening day of the meeting for a third consecutive season… he confirmed himself the best older miler in the world.”

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The first word

Royal Ascot is the greatest show on earth, reckons Paul Haigh

10 Obituary

RIP Sir Henry Cecil

14 News

Ted Voute is chosing his yearling bonus scheme, Wiliam Huntingdon investigates the latest illegal drugs to threaten horseracing

16 Royal Ascot 2013

Sue Montgomery reviews a meeting that ran the gamut of human emotion

28 He came and he conquered

Ruler Of The World made the most of Dawn Approach’s unruly performance in the Derby and is one of three early-season Classic winners by Galileo

34 Back where they belong

Recent investment by the Wertheimer brothers paid off in the Prix du Jockey-Club, writes Jocelynde Moubray

39 Stallion stats

from Weatherbys

40 US racing

If there was going to be a Triple Crown winner, then 2013 would have been as good a year as any, writes Nancy Sexton

44 A record breeze-up season

But there was a lack of buyers in the middle market as the 2yo sales become the preserve of the super rich

Equine Art Feature 2013 56 The Golden Girl

Lissa Oliver meets Laois Eadie, who not only bred this year’s Gold Cup winner Bob’s Worth, but is also a successful landscape artist

62 Equine Giants

Andy Scott has been producing enormous steel equine figures for the last 15 years, but he says that “The Kelpies” are his biggest work to date.

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16 50 Remarkable Red Cadeaux

Paul Haigh profiles Red Cadeaux, who, though, not the most talented, is an amazing racehorse

114 Photo of the month

In memory of Sir Henry Cecil

82 Mare of the month

Kazeem, dam of Al Kazeem, winner of the Group 1 Prince of Wales’s Stakes

84 The database

pedigrees compiled by Weatherbys

68 Busy being an artist

Jeremy Houghton did not decide to become a professional artist until he turned 30; he is making up for lost time now

74 Changes in Society

There has been some new initatives at the Society of Equestrian Artists

78 Travelling east

Debbie Burt and Michelle McCullogh report on their recent trip to Turkmenistan

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Paul Haigh is blown away by Royal Ascot

n the final day of Royal Ascot 2013, The Paulick Report described the event unequivocally as “the greatest race meeting in the world”. This may not be the first time the Royal meeting has been so acclaimed, but it may be the first time the truth has been conceded without qualification by anyone of note outside Britain, or at least the first time for many years. The racing was so good that the journalists even stopped mentioning the word steroids, which had been the only thing most of them could mention at the pre-meeting press conference held at Newmarket. Just how, what was in danger at the end of the last century of becoming a bit of a backwater local event, has been transformed into a focal point of global attention is pretty hard to assess. Credit needs to be shared between those who insisted the new stand needed building in the face of scorn from those of us in the “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” camp and who reckoned there must be better ways of spending £200 million plus. Douglas Erskine-Crum deserves a name check. So does the Duke of Devonshire (formerly ‘Stoker’ Hartington); Nick Smith, who has wandered the world for a decade or so recruiting equine stars; Frankel; Black Caviar, and, of course, The Queen herself. But the feat of parlaying the My Fair Lady

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Animal Kingdom’s total failure to make any impression on his Queen Anne rivals was a sad disappointment to many, a predictable one to some

chic that surrounds the world’s most famous racecourse, and the kudos that attaches to victory in any of its major races into a festival that now beats any other (and without much money being thrown at it because, thanks to British racing’s economic structure, there’s hardly any money to throw), is probably best described as a collaborative effort for which congratulation is due all round. Tuesday kicked off as always with, in the usual direct defiance of all accepted theatrical practice, the act many were most eagerly awaiting. Animal Kingdom’s total failure to make any impression on his Queen Anne rivals was

a sad disappointment to many, a predictable one to some. It’s asking a tremendous amount of any horse to perform as well on thick, undulating Ascot turf as he does on flat dirt and artificial surfaces in America and Dubai. But plenty of people are still making the mistake of imagining that because it’s the richest race in the world the Dubai World Cup is also the most difficult to win. This is simply not true anymore, if it ever was. The poor post-victory records of its recent winners are not just an indication of the difficulties of acclimatisation after a spring in Dubai, but also of the fact that many horses have been sent for a crack at it very late in their careers. It would have been great to have seen the first Kentucky Derby winner to compete in Britain for 75 years uphold the honour of America’s most famous race, and by doing so encourage his compatriots to try their luck too. But in retrospect everything was stacked against him. Even without the trip to Dubai, it would have been a monumental feat for him to have won against what was probably the toughest opposition he’d ever met. The US did have reason for pride though in the victory of Declaration Of War, and the later one in the Coventry of War Command, both bred by the latest addition to the already immensely powerful Coolmore team, Joe Allen. Their sire War Front may well be the first challenger to Galileo’s position as the


The Queen, along with a “collaborative effort” from the Ascot board, have raised the profile of the Royal meeting from a “backwater local event”

world’s pre-eminent stallion. The second Group 1 on Day 1 saw a sensational performance by the Irish sprinter Sole Power in the King’s Stand, who came with a ferocious burst to collar the South African Shea Shea, who was racing about 30 yards away on the far side. It was a huge effort by Shea Shea who’d also come from Dubai and had all the rivals he could see well cooked. But Sole Power under Johnny Murtagh off a fast pace on firm ground is pretty much an irresistible force in Europe. Murtagh, who had a great Ascot, drew from Sole Power’s handler Edward Lynam the remark that: “He is undoubtedly the best trainer riding today”. The third “major” was the St James’s Palace, which provided the battle of the week between Godolphin’s Dawn Approach, who’d self-destructed in the Derby, and Toronado. The hair-raising finish was marred by some serious interference as a result of which Toronado was stopped in his run, but we can expect a few rematches between this pair before they decide which of them is the best three-year-old miler. Highlight of Day 2 was the almost equally pulsating finish to the Prince of Wales’s Stakes in which Al Kazeem ground down Mukhadram to get up near the line. The two may meet again in the King George in which Camelot may get yet another attempt to restore his now dwindling reputation. On Thursday No Nay Never gave the US

The two may meet again in the King George in which Camelot may get yet another attempt to restore his now dwindling reputation more reason to cheer when keeping on stoutly to claim the Coventry for Wesley Ward and Joel Rosario. There was plenty of scope for emotion in the victory of Riposte for Lady Cecil, or as many would have thought of it, her late husband Sir Henry. And you didn’t have to be a royalist to share the Queen’s jubilation at the triumph of Estimate in the Gold Cup. She is without doubt the individual who’s done most to raise the reputation of racing in general and of this meeting in particular, and the stayers’ Goup 1 was an entirely fitting reward. Friday saw Kiyoshi demonstrate brilliance in the Albany and Hillstar in the King Edward VII. In the Coronation Stakes, Guineas winner Sky Lantern seemed to prove herself in a class of her own among the three-year-

old fillies. Did anyone else think though that Irish Guineas winner Just The Judge might have given her a fight if she’d had the same run of the race? Nearly every meeting has its moment of sadness, and that came late when Thomas Chippendale, game winner of the Hardwicke for Murtagh and the Cecil team, dropped dead from a heart attack after he’d passed the post. But the climactic Group 1, the Diamond Jubilee, did its best to restore spirits, even if it wasn’t a vintage renewal, when Lethal Force defeated Society Rock and the former Dubai Golden Shaheen winner Krypton Factor with this year’s Australian challenger proving that Australian-bred sprinters do not just have to turn up to win. Would it have been a better five days with the Queen Anne on last instead of first? Maybe, but it wouldn’t have been by much. It was a great meeting, a worthy successor to the even greater one in 2012 and one that cemented Royal Ascot’s now pre-eminent position. We should not get too insular and bombastic though and forget there was superb racing elsewhere that week. In Japan the dazzling Takarazuka Kinen winner Gold Ship won himself a free ticket to the Breeders’ Cup should connections choose that target instead of the Arc. Was there a middle-distance horse on show in Berkshire who could have beaten him in mid-June? Very probably not.

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ir Henry Cecil was an extraordinary man. Unusual, of course, by his achievements – it is impossible for a trainer to win 25 Classic races and be Britain’s champion ten times without a combination of remarkable gifts and complete dedication – but, in addition to these great deeds, Cecil’s personality marked him out as somebody very much out of the ordinary. This was obvious to me, as it must have been to many thousands of others at various moments. The first time I saw him, he was marching across the wonderful old paddock at Goodwood racecourse in red trousers and suede shoes with longish hair, passing groups of military-looking gentleman in hats. Cecil looked different, sounded very different, and almost from the start he was always there, in the centre of the big days on British racecourses and more often than not happy to speak to a television camera after yet another big race victory. Forty years is a long time to be in the public eye, but throughout those years of fantastic success and, obtusely the almost better documented difficult periods, Cecil was remarkably open and frank about his professional life. He glinted and put his head on one side when things went as planned, but he was still there and always ready to praise the winner, when it didn’t work out as expected. In victory his pleasure was there, shining out and he was able, consciously or in all probability simply spontaneously, to communicate this glow to those standing around the winner’s enclosure or watching television at home or in a betting shop. Even on the day Frankel won his last race, with almost no voice left and on a day when, despite being in front of a huge crowd, he appeared almost withdrawn into a private communion with his champion, he gave one of the most moving of all interviews. Asked what training Frankel had been like he replied without hesitation. “I enjoyed it,” he said. And then he went on to say: “He is the best I have ever had, the best I have ever seen and I will be very surprised if there has ever been better.” Cecil was old fashioned in a way which is so unusual that many probably mistook his reticence and bearing for something else. Not only could he not begin to understand, or use without help, mobile telephones, computers or many other aspects of modern life, he lived by a code which to most, in the second decade of the 21st century, appeared to be either arcane or simply mysterious. He was conservative in almost every way, the only thing he appeared to enjoy changing was his car. But the things that mattered – the yard,

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the routine, the garden – always seemed to be timeless, or rather “out of time” as it was marked in the outside world. In the racing world what matters is winning the races which count, “proper races’ as he called them. To see which these races are, you only have to look at the list of the big races he won: the Classics, Royal Ascot, and then the old established races, in particular, at York or Doncaster. These were the races he wanted to win, and more often than anybody else he succeeded. At the same time he enjoyed being different, as well as being successful. He wanted to stand out and it was typical of him that in one of his last interviews (by Fanny Salmon for the presentation of an honorary Cravache

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d’Or given to him by France Galop earlier this year) he spoke with palpable irritation of how the hat he wore the day Frankel won the Juddmonte at York last August was too big for him – he had lost his hair and it kept slipping over his eyes. In public Cecil was always polite and in a meticulous and thoughtful manner. He would never, for instance, look at a yearling at the sales without fixing the man or girl holding it in his gaze for a moment and asking for their opinion. One morning on the side of Warren Hill, a mother taking her young son to school stopped on the side of the road and got out to watch Cecil and his string preparing for their daily canter up the hill. Cecil went over, took the small boy in earnest conversation and together they went across to watch the work. “Who was the boy?” I asked. “I have no idea, never seen him before, but I asked his mother to bring him to see round the yard this evening after school,” responded the ever-charming Cecil. Part of this code of manners was never, willingly, to speak about himself. He never spoke about his illness or its treatment, except to say how inspired he was by other peoples’ testimony. When asked in public he would usually make a

self-deprecating remark to avoid the point and in private conversation he would pre-empt any awkwardness by always asking people about themselves. Beneath the charm and the grace there was, of course, a steely determination and competitive drive. One day last summer Tom Queally said: “Underneath it all the Guv’nor is a tough old bugger.” During the Frankel years he certainly proved this was monumentally so. He never missed one of Frankel’s serious gallops, even if he often looked impossibly frail when he was there. Frankel’s last piece of work on the Rowley Mile racecourse before his last race at Ascot last October was an example of how he could communicate his joy and pride by gestures alone, and for a brief moment transcend his physical fragilities. A respectfully silent crowd kept its distance as he stood alone behind the stands, his large hands grasped behind his back, waiting for the champion to be unloaded from a horsebox. He chatted with, and touched the work riders, Queally and Shane Featherstonhaugh. “Every horse, not just Frankel, should be ridden by Shane,” he used to say. Afterwards Cecil was thrilled. “He could go and do it again, couldn’t he?” he marvelled over Frankel, while the working companion looked tired nearly to the point of distress. Frankel walked all the way home to Warren Place that day, through the town and up the road. “It is good for him to see and hear a bit of life,” Cecil explained. As he said at Ascot, after that final win, Cecil enjoyed training Frankel. If he had had his own way he would still be training him today, plotting to win the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes no doubt. The time Cecil appeared to be most worried was last April when for an awful few days it looked as if the adventure might have come to a premature end; Frankel had an inflamed tendon. His instinct told him that it wasn’t serious and that it was just a bang. “You know,” he explained, “when I started we didn’t have all these machines.” Nevertheless, Cecil shut himself away until the scan revealed that his intuition had been correct. Cecil loved training racehorses. He was very good at it, but what made him so important to generations who follow, and have followed horseracing in Britain and beyond, was his ability to communicate, in an entirely spontaneous manner, the inner glow and thrill which winning brought to him and his transparent love and respect for the animals themselves. Jocelyn de Moubray


The many faces of Sir Henry Cecil, who loved his clothes, his roses, Royal Ascot, his horses and equine competition. Aidan O’Brien (left) paid tribute to Sir Henry, after winning the Queen’s Vase at Royal Ascot, a race run in Sir Henry’s memory. “He was a great man and a great trainer. He was the most incredibly special man, the like of which we’ll never see again.”

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Sir Henry Cecil’s training prowess has made its indelible mark on race records, the stud book and boodstock. Above left, the filly Oh So Sharp with Steve Cauthen. She won the Fillies’ Triple Crown of the 1,000 Guineas, the Oaks and the St Leger. She produced five black-type horses, and is grand-dam of the three-time Group 1 winner and sire Shantou. Above right, Oath (Fairy King) and, below, Reference Point. Both colts are captured on camera winning the Epsom Derby in 1999 and 1987. Sadly, neither made much of an impact at stud, but Reference Point was the last Derby winner to run in the St Leger until Camelot ran in the Classic last year Right, Bosra Sham was the most expensive yearling of her year when, at the 1994 Tattersalls Houghton Yearling Sale, Wafic Said paid 530,000gns to secure her. She went on to win the Fillies’ Mile, the Fred Darling Stakes, the 1,000 Guineas, the Champion Stakes, the Brigadier Gerard Stakes and the Prince of Wales’s Stakes. At stud, she did not produce any horse of note, though her granddaughter Tinga finished sixth in this year’s Chesham Stakes.


sir henry cecil Left, Ramruma was bred at the Kentucky branch of her owner, Fahd bin Salman’s Newgate Stud, and was by Diesis out of the Musidora Stakes winner Princess of Man. Her major race wins included the Lingfield Oaks Trial, the Oaks, the Irish Oaks and the Yorkshire Oaks. She also finished second in the St Leger. She was named European Champion three-year-old filly at the Cartier awards. After Fahd Salman’s death, Ramruma was sent to the Tattersalls December Sale where she was bought by John Magnier for 2,100,000gns, then a European record for a broodmare. Her best foal has been Flying Cross (Sadler’s Wells). Middle, left, Frankel, the 14-time unbeaten champion. Now at stud standing at a fee of £125,000, the son of Galileo has covered his first book of mares and is due to see just over 20 mares to be bred on southern hemisphere time. His impact on stud books could be felt for generations to come. Bottom, left, Old Vic won the Prix du Jockey-Club and the Irish Derby and finished second to Belmez in the King George and Queen Elizabeth Stakes. He became a leading NH sire, and a champion in the 2007-08 season Bottom, Indian Skimmer. The big races won by the daughter of Storm Bird included the Pretty Polly Stakes, the Musidora Stakes, the Prix Saint-Alary, the Prix de Diane (beating Miesque), the Sun Chariot Stakes, the Champion Stakes, the Prix d’Ispahan and the Gordon Richard Stakes. She also finished third in the Breeders’ Cup Turf. As a broodmare, she produced the Mr. Prospector colt, Manshood, who is the sire of the champion South African mare, Ipi Tombe. Photography courtesy of Trevor Jones


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few fillies for owner-breeders and so I was keen to prolong their careers by racing them in-foal. Granny’s Bank finished a close second in the Hunt Cup and Starlet won a Group 2 and was second in the Nassau and Sun Chariot. The foal she was carrying then, Success Story, won twice, while Indian Queen’s first foal, Prince Of India, was her best offspring. It was constantly rumoured that East German female athletes, so dominant in the 1970s, were made pregnant for their important contests and then had a termination. Pregnancy causes a surge in the hormones progesterone and oestrogen with a 60 per cent increase in blood volume which, naturally, aids athletic performance.

Spectre of new illegal drugs threaten horseracing

The illegal use of steroids has been very much in horsracing news recently, but it seems the use of “peptides” as a new illegal drug is a threat. Other drugs rumoured to be used around the world are milkshakes (sodium bicarbonate) and EPO (erythropoietin). Milk shakes, which are administered about three hours before a strong work or a race, can often counteract the production of lactic acid and prevent fatigue. They are most effective in staying horses. Milkshakes came to the thoroughbred world through trotters, where it definitely improved their training and race times. It has also been used by swimmers and tennis players with proven results in distance races and five-set games.

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There is also a theory that it masks other drugs such as lignocaine, procaine and cocaine. EPO has been the cyclist’s ultimate aid, but its effects on horses are slightly different and it is unknown whether it has the same affect on horses (releasing extra oxygencarrying cells into the blood), although trainers worldwide have been found guilty of using the drug. Testing has, until recently, been problematic – because the body naturally makes EPO, it is the level that counts and, because EPO breaks down rapidly, it is notoriously hard to detect an elevated level in horses. Even now, it is only detectable within three to five days of administration, and most effective if administered eight to ten days before a race. But it seems that steroids and EPO could almost be a thing of the past and are in danger of being superseded by new-on-the-scene “peptides”, with

Racing Victoria has been testing for peptides since before the spring racing carnival and we are continuing to refine our testing methodology

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oyal Ascot came very close to matching 2012’s attendance figures, with only Saturday producing a marked decline in crowd figures. There was no “diva factor” from Black Caviar to help boost figures, however Estimate’s Gold Cup win on Thursday both thrilled the large crowd and made world headline news being The Queen’s first Group 1 winner since Unknown Quantity won the Arlington Handicap. Ebaziya, who was 20 when she produced Estimate and had already one Gold Cup winner in Enzeli, was a grand-daughter of Shirley Heights, who stood so successfully at Sandringham. I was at Salisbury and witnessed Estimate’s maiden win in May last year and remember John Warren’s post race comment: “That was a bit unexpected!” She has made rapid progress, but is lightly raced. Hopefully, she will stay in training and have a crack at the 2014 Gold Cup. She seems to love Ascot – her three black-type wins have all been gained there. I was lucky enough to win three Gold Cups, including with Indian Queen, who was the last mare to win the race before Estimate. She won the 1991 Gold Cup for her owner Sir Gordon Brunton when in-foal to Night Shift. Just like this year’s winning owner, Brunton is a remarkable enthusiast and still breeds to race with two from the pedigree in training at Kingsclere. When I was training I had quite a

the transfer of the drug to horseracing being adopted from illegal use in Aussie Rules football. There is a wide spectrum of peptides and a degree in molecular biology might be needed to understand them all; some contain 50 amino acids and the shortest two. They are “simplified” by acronyms such as GABA, ACTH, TB500 and TA65. They are used in the medical world to improve the lifespan of body cells, but there are also a variety of peptides that encourage the body to release growth hormones. This type of peptides stimulate muscular growth with fewer side effects than anabolic steroids.

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ccording to ABC News in February: “Australian athletes have been turning to a ‘new generation’ of banned substances to get the edge over their opponents, according to today’s Australian Crime Commission report.” “Peptides and hormones are considered a new generation of substances and most are prohibited in sport,” said Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority chief Aurora Andruska. “In many instances, the substances are not yet approved for human use.” Former ASADA head Richard Ings says peptides and other hormones can be very hard to detect. “These are serious performance enhancing drugs and at the moment they’re very hard to detect through testing so at the moment the only way to determine that athletes are using them is through coercive powers,” he said in the spring.


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No doubts... ...for leading sales consignor Ted Voute, who voices his opinion on all things bloodstock and sales-related

In May it was reported in The Age that a Victorian trainer Dean Binaisse is one of a number of thoroughbred racing figures being investigated over the suspected use of peptides in their horses, including the antiobesity drug (AOD-9604), which was given to some Essendon football players in 2012. According to the report, Binaisse is understood to have sourced AOD9604 or other peptides last year from South Yarra -based chemist Nima Alavi, who supplied the Essendon team, the “Bombers”, with the peptides administered at the club by sports scientist Stephen Dank. Last November, Australian racing authorities listed synthetic peptides, which include AOD9604, on the list of substances that may never be used in a horse. It’s unclear whether pre-existing catch-all provisions in the rules of racing meant that the use of synthetic peptides prior to November may have also been prohibited. The anti-obesity drug AOD9604 is not approved by regulators for medical use in humans or animals, although vets and doctors may legally source unapproved peptides patients via a compounding chemist. Early clinical trialling of AOD9604 has suggested that it may help speed the recovery of injured horses, although there is no evidence that it helps build muscle in the same way that banned steroids do. “Racing Victoria has been testing for peptides since before the spring racing carnival and we are continuing to refine our testing methodology,’’ said Mr Saundry. “As part of our drug-testing strategy, we have frozen samples dating back to 2005 and with that we have the ability to retest samples as intelligence leads us to do. “Integrity is paramount to the success of our sport and we have a

zero tolerance for anyone that wishes to cheat and tarnish the reputations of the vast majority of participants who play by the rules.” Synthetic peptides are very hard to detect in horses. Last month, apparently Racing Victoria’s drug testing laboratory contacted the company that makes AOD9604, a firm called Calzada, for assistance in testing for the drug. They have also asked Hong Kong racing authorities for help. Can there be a solution to the dangers to integrity in racing, and world sports in general? Tennis and cycling are leading the way in endorsing biological passports, which will act as a snapshot of an athlete’s base physiology using biological markers. An excellent series of articles in the Thoroughbred Daily News entitled “A Painful Truth” outlines a scenario in which even shockwave treatments could be picked up using DNA. Tim Morris has warned about the expense of adopting this system. However, if all racing authorities, wanting a level-playing field, were to combine forces the costs could be shared. In tandem vets should be licensed if working in racing yards. The Federation Equestre Internationale does this for their competitions, and in thoroughbred racing vets are the only unlicensed members of the stakeholders. It was good to hear all the international trainers present at the Royal Ascot press conference voice their opinions against the use of steroids on racehorses. Many Australian trainers are adamant that their horses do not run on steroids, but are vociferous in claiming their right to use the substances on horses when out of racing.

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WAS privileged to accompany runners to both Epsom and Royal Ascot ithis year and it has really opened up my understanding of this incredible sport at the highest level. Until you are standing at either Epsom or Ascot, but particularly Ascot and associated with a runner, you fail to realise just how difficult a feat it is, let alone be with a thoroughbred who performs well. Ascot has attracted some of the world’s best horses to compete at its fiveday Royal festival and when analysing the owners of the runners you quickly identify the true international flavour and the worldwide desire there is to compete and win at this prestigious event. Great British Racing International’s first public event since the reorganisation of British Bloodstock Marketing was hosted by Harry Herbert at Asprey in London the night before Royal Ascot. The event truly reflected the international flavour of the week ahead and had sourced every major foreign visitor to Ascot so starting the week off in extraordinary surroundings with immense generosity. Full marks to GBRI for the stylish event. The time of year has come for yearling vendors to nominate for either the BOBIS Scheme or the Yearling Bonus Scheme, and, like many vendors trying to keep the ever-rising costs down, it is difficult to choose between the two. A cursory glance at the winners of BOBIS so far reveals that Richard Hannon has already won nine of the 32 races run, with a handful of trainers winning two races. William Haggas has won two for the sales graduates of Cheveley Park Stud; I am sure, as a consequence, the stud will have little difficulty as to which scheme to support going forward. My loyalty is to the Racing Post Yearling Bonus and especially now that the initial fee is reduced to £150. To date, I have supported both schemes on behalf of owners, however, I think it would be particularly interesting to see how many RPYB have been won from each sale, as well as who the leading trainers of bonus winners are, along with the owners. The owners I represent have won one with a yearling from the DBS Premier Sale and one from Tattersall’s Book 1. I can see why many large consignors wish to concentrate on Tattersall’s Book 2 and the Premier Sale. Exact and statistical knowledge of where the winners come from, might change the demographics of the entire scheme. I would once again call for an amalgamation as a united front has to be the way forward. I have noticed a gradual sea change again in smaller breeders returning to the US to breed mares as more stallions grab our attention both in price and performance, notably War Front, who had a phenomenal Royal Ascot. He is a great-looking stallion by Danzig and stands at Claiborne. Having spent a number of days recently looking at potential stallions for the British breeder to use, I must say that Blame stands out as a beautiful stallion and I think his Keeneland September yearlings will blow the roof off. Trying to predict which will be the next stallion success has lost many fortunes, but when trying to reduce an exposure to high stud fees, gambles have to be taken on young sires. Based on foals seen this year, I think Pour Moi will have a great foal sale this year. I have two resident foals who are quite simply the best I have had since Authorized. Whatever that means...! Don’t miss out on the Roderic O’Conner’s either as they are stunning.

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royal ascot Racehorses at their majestic best: Dawn Approach and Toronado battle for St James’s Palace honours

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A mix of emotions Sue Montgomery reviews a Royal Ascot that ran the whole gamut of human experience

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oyal Ascot 2013 was perhaps always going to be more about people than horses, and one person in particular. There was bubbling excitement at the prospect of a Royal winner in the Gold Cup, but the death of Sir Henry Cecil, trainer of a record 75 winners at the meeting, just a week before this year’s fixture, added a heartfelt sadness to proceedings, felt by all who immaculately observed a minute’s

Photography by Trevor Jones silence on the first day. The fact that his widow Jane and the team at Warren Place were able to supply two winners was only just. But their comportment in the face of Kipling’s twin imposters, triumph and disaster, was a lesson in dignity and courage for all. “A tough week,” said Lady Jane, “but keeping busy is what is keeping us all going. Henry adored Ascot and I’m sure he was looking down at it all this year, and still loving it.”

Dignified: Lady Jane Cecil interviewed for Channel 4 Racing by Clare Balding

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War Command wins the Coventry, giving sire War Front a Royal Ascot double. The colt’s half-brother Naval Officer (Tale Of The Cat ) was a juvenile winner over a mile in France

Tuesday: A new Dawn

The first day belonged to the Irish and, through them, US interests, although sadly not the headline visitor from the States, Animal Kingdom. That Graham Motion-trained five-yearold, so impressive in the Dubai World Cup in March, was the fourth Kentucky Derby winner to appear at the meeting, but the first since Omaha was inched out by Quashed in the 1936 Gold Cup. His tilt at the Queen Anne Stakes, though, ended in disappointment when, a little like Dawn Approach had in the Derby, he refused to settle. His connections, though, deserve great credit for the venture, and it is to be hoped that it is not another 77 years before another hero of the US’s most celebrated race turns up at Britain’s most famous fixture. In Animal Kingdom’s absence from the

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sharp end of the run down the straight mile, it was left to Declaration Of War to restore a reputation dented by a below-par performance of his own, a dull fifth place behind Farhh in the Lockinge Stakes a month earlier. Typically, his trainer Aidan O’Brien blamed himself for that reverse. “He’s a powerhouse of a horse,” he said of the four-year-old, “capable of taking work, and we didn’t realise how much. After he won easily at Leopardstown first time up we simply didn’t do enough with him at home to get him ready for a Group 1.” There was no such repeat at Ascot; under O’Brien’s son Joseph, Declaration Of War showed the benefit of some subsequent hard graft at home as he shrugged off traffic problems and produced a smart change of gear to collar Aljamaaheer

War Front is by Danzig, who has, through Danehill, had such a profound effect on the fortunes of Coolmore inside the last half-furlong. In the process, he put the spotlight on his young Kentucky-based sire War Front, a bright beam intensified when his stablemate War Command ran away with the meeting’s top juvenile contest, the Coventry Stakes, a


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couple of hours later. Both colts and their sire were bred by Joseph Allen, who now races them with John Magnier, whose own form as a spotter of a rising stallion star is in the book, and the Coolmore partners. War Front is by Danzig, who has, through Danehill, had such a profound effect on the fortunes of Coolmore. He won a Grade 2 sprint and was runner-up in two Grade 1s, the Vosburgh and Forego Stakes. He stands at Claiborne, as did his sire before him, and after opening his second career at $12,500, he commanded a fee of $80,000 this year, when his mates included Zenyatta. His first crop included three Grade 1 winners in Data Link, Summer Soiree and The Factor; his second Declaration Of War, who is out of a Rahy half-sister to last year’s Belmont Stakes winner Union Rags; his third crop produced the UAE Derby winner Lines

Of Battle, while his fourth (and cheapest cover at $10,000) War Command. At 20-1, War Command was the least fancied of the three Ballydoyle raiders in the two-year-old feature, but is now early favourite to follow in the 2012 winner Dawn Approach’s hoofprints in the 2,000 Guineas after his 6l rout of the opposition, headed by Parbold (Dandy Man) and his O’Brien stablemate Sir John Hawkins (Henrythenavigator). As for Dawn Approach, he was another with a reputation to rebuild after his Epsom antics. It was a bold call by trainer Jim Bolger to turn the son of New Approach out again so soon, but it came off. Just. The chestnut, the only winner in the Godolphin blue all week, fought a sustained, head-bobbing duel with Guineas fourth Toronado through the final furlong, both having to rebalance after being bumped out of their strides. Dawn Approach showed the utmost resolution under Kevin Manning as well as star quality. “You take chances,” said Bolger, “and sometimes they work, sometimes they don’t. But Sheikh Mohammed is a willing risk-taker.” Ireland’s unprecedented fourth winner of the day was with Edward Lynam’s charge Sole Power, who revelled in the fast conditions to see off South Africa champion Shea Shea, winner of the Al Quoz Sprint at Meydan in March, in the King’s Stand Stakes. It was a second Group 1 prize for the son of Kyllachy, who first burst onto the top-level sprint scene in the Nunthorpe Stakes three years ago. Under an inspired off-the-pace drive from

Johnny Murtagh, he challenged wide and late, giving the favourite, who had the rest under control, no chance to respond.

Wednesday: Al Kazeem took the spoils

The development of the late-season middle-distance programme and the fading desirability of the Gold Cup on a stallion’s CV has meant that Royal Ascot is no longer automatically on the agenda for Derby winners. The last to win at the meeting was Royal Palace, who took the Prince Of Wales’s Stakes as a four-year-old in 1968, and since then only three have appeared at it: Blakeney, second in the 1970 Gold Cup, Sir Percy, last in the 2007 Prince Of Wales’s Stakes, and Camelot. The appearance of an Epsom hero always has a certain charisma and punters retained the faith in last year’s, making him 5-2 favourite to avenge his defeat by Al Kazeem in the Tattersalls Gold Cup the previous month. But the son of Montjeu produced another dull effort and it seems that he was merely the best of a poor crop, rather than a superstar. Major colic surgery during the winter may have also compromised his progress. But if his star is, at least on the evidence of the moment, on the wane, the reverse is true for Al Kazeem. The five-year-old is another to have suffered physical vicissitudes, notably a pelvis fractured in the process of winning last year’s Jockey Club Stakes, but his trainer Roger Charlton and owner-breeder John Deer have now been royally rewarded for their faith and patience. “He is just a very special horse,” said Charlton.

Sole Power: the son of Kyllachy takes the King’s Stand Stakes under Johnny Murtagh

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royal ascot Al Kazeem (nearside): owner-breeder John Deer had turned down offers from agents for the colt before Ascot. He will get a whole host more now that his good-looking colt has won another Group 1 – and it will be from global stallion farms keen to make use of the colt’s future stallion services For the colt’s pedigree details, go to Mare of the Month on page 82

Though Dubawi’s talents were expressed best at a mile, he gets stock who stay further

The 1m2f contest provided a compelling spectacle as Al Kazeem, so coolly ridden by James Doyle, ran down Mukhadram, on whom Paul Hanagan so nearly brought off a front-running masterclass, to score in the final strides by a neck. The pair were 3l clear of The Fugue, who took third from Camelot close home. Al Kazeem was the 11th Group 1 winner wordwide for Dubawi, who is carrying his short-lived sire Dubai Millennium’s banner so successfully at Dalham Hall Stud. Though Dubawi’s talents were expressed best at a mile, he gets stock who stay further; others include Monterosso, Waldpark and Hunter’s Light. Now among the favourites for the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe, Al Kazeem is the best handled by Charlton, based in Wiltshire,

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l Land Army (Desert Style), dam of Lethal Force,

was originally sold as a yearling by Yeomanstown Stud for 40,000gns to Anthony Stroud Bloodstock in October 2002. After an uninspiring one-race career, she fetched 28,000gns at the December Sale 2005 when purchased by Emerald Bloodstock. An appearance at the Goffs November Sale 2010 saw her led out not sold for €1,000. Until now, she had not been the most successful of mares: although her first 2006 foal Army Of Stars did win three races, it was a feat not matched by her 2008 foal Littlepromisedland (Titus Livius), who only managed one place from 14 starts. After Lethal Force arrived in 2009, she has unfortunately only managed to produce one foal, a filly by Thousand Words in 2011.

l Albany Stakes (G3) winner Kiyoshi was bred by Lady Caroline Lonsdale’s Lowther Racing. The filly’s dam Mocca did pick up Listed blacktype form, however she is another who has since been struggling – until this year, she has not produced a Flat winner from four previous foals. But Kiyoshi has always been a stand-out for the mare (by the best stallion she has visited) fetching 32,000gns as a foal and then 80,000gns as a yearling, easily the highest prices given at auction for any of Mocca’s stock It is a family that traces to the speed influences: Ya Malak, winner of the Nunthorpe (G1), and King’s Stand Stakes (G2) and Cornwallis winner Dominica As Mocca is just a 12-year-old, and with time on her side, now that a nick has been found, things could be looking up for the Sri Pekan mare.

since the days when he saddled Quest For Fame and Sanglamore to win the Epsom and Chantilly Derbys in 1990. He was his trainer’s first Group 1 winner at Royal Ascot, and the first of any stripe at the meeting for 25-year-old Doyle, who promptly notched a hat-trick, on 33-1 shot Belgian Bill in the Royal Hunt Cup and Rizeena in the Queen Mary Stakes. The last Queen Mary Stakes winner to follow up in the 1,000 Guineas was Attraction, who scored at Ascot in 2003, but Rizeena, who stayed on strongly to catch and master the trailblazing US filly Sweet Emma Rose, may prove more than merely sharp and precocious. Her veteran trainer Clive Brittain, who knows as well as any a good filly when he sees one, will send the daughter of Iffraaj on the same route as his Guineas winner Sayyedati, with her next assignment a step-up to the 7f of the Moyglare Stud Stakes at The Curragh. She is from the fourth crop of her Kildangan-based sire and a return to the spotlight for him after a couple of low-key seasons after his sparkling first, which produced a record 38 individual winners, including a Group 1 scorer in Wootton Bassett.


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Carolyn Alexander (Morris)

Buttercup Property of the artist

Sea The Stars

Property of Mr. and Mrs. John Oxx

Twinkle Property of Mrs. Julie Cecil

Carolyn Alexander (Morris), or Lyn as she is usually called, has been painting horses, dogs and wild life since she was a schoolgirl. Totally self taught, but bearing the influence of her sculptor mother Peggy Alexander’s artistic talent, she has been commissioned to paint horses all over the world, throughout her well established career. These include: Nureyev The Minstrel Gone West Storm Cat Irish River Sadler’s Wells

Be My Guest Tie The Knot Eight Carat Ridgewood Pearl Sinndar Alamshar

Indian Ridge Sheer Audacity Rapha Mill House Doran’s Pride Papillon

Not only does she paint horses but dogs also, as she has always maintained that behind any great horseman or woman, there is usually a great dog, and if you get the dog to paint there is a chance you might get the horse as well! Whilst on safari a number of years ago in Kenya, she fell in love with the wildlife and birds and started to paint them with success in both oil and pastel.

Best Mate Sir Ivor Seattle Slew Diesis Riverman Sinndar

Caerleon Danehill Sea The Stars (pictured above) Grand Lodge Oath

Authorized Red Rum Moscow Flyer Desert Orchid Harchibald

She now shares her life with her husband, Max Morris, at Iverk House Stud Farm, Kilkenny. She splits her time between painting and the Stud Farm, where they have a select broodmare band, which includes their homebred Group 2 and 3 winning filly, Manieree, and two half sisters to Oath, out of Max and his late wife Isabel’s foundation mare Sheer Audacity. Manieree is Lyn’s latest commission, for her husband Max, although there is a concern as to whether she will have a long wait for payment for the finished article!

For more information or if you would like to contact Lyn, please visit www.carolynalexander.ie or email lyn@carolynalexander.ie


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The meeting’s third day brought the results on everyone’s bucket list: a winner for the Queen, and one for the stable of the late Sir Henry Cecil. In the Gold Cup, the filly Estimate became the first winner of the venerable race, founded in 1807, to carry the colours of a reigning monarch and in the preceding Ribblesdale Stakes, Riposte brought some bittersweet cheer to Lady Cecil and the team at Warren Place. Estimate was the Queen’s 22nd winner at ‘her’ meeting, the first having come 60 years ago when Choir Boy took the Royal Hunt Cup two weeks after her owner’s coronation. And to a rapturous reception the daughter of Monsun showed courage as well as class as, sent to the front a furlong out by Ryan Moore, she repelled Simenon by a neck, with French raider Top Trip third and last year’s winner Colour Vision fourth. Both the winner and runner-up, trained by Willie Mullins, had scored at the meeting 12 months previously in, respectively, the Queen’s Vase and Queen Alexandra Stakes. Estimate was testing her stamina over 2m4f for the first time but, as a half-sister to 1999 Gold Cup winner Enzeli (Kahyasi), there was never really a doubt that it would be within her compass. The four-year-old was also in Group 1 company for the first time, but punters latched onto the fairytale and made her 7-2 favourite. And they perhaps had more faith than the filly’s trainer Sir Michael Stoute. “I certainly wasn’t confident,” he said. “Her preparation had gone well and she was bred to have a real chance of getting the trip, but I still felt she had to up her game to go and beat those boys.” Estimate was the 16th female to win the Gold Cup and the first since Indian Queen in 1991, she following Gladness in 1958 and Quashed in 1936. She was also her owner’s first top-level winner since Unknown Quantity took the Arlington Handicap in Chicago in 1989, and her first in Britain since Dunfermline in the 1977 St Leger. The Queen is the fourth member of her

What a valuable future addition Estimate will be for The Queen’s broodmare band

family to have won Ascot’s premier contest. Her great-grandfather Edward VII did so as Prince of Wales with Persimmon in 1897; Queen Victoria bred the 1894 heroine La Fleche, while Victoria’s uncle, a Duke of York,

Estimate was the 16th female to win the Gold Cup and the first since Indian Queen in 1991

owned Aladdin (1815) and Banker (1821). Estimate will be a valuable addition to the Royal broodmare band, but she is not a product of it. She was bred by the Aga Khan, who made some of his mares available as an ongoing 80th birthday present to the Queen. Both sides planned the matings, with any resulting fillies racing in the gold-braided purple. This one is the last foal from her dam Ebaziya, and the fourth Group 1 winner, apart from Enzeli, there has been Ebadiyla (Sadler’s

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royal ascot Wells), winner of the Irish Oaks and Prix Royal-Oak, and Edabiya (Rainbow Quest), who won the Moyglare Stud Stakes. Before the Gold Cup smiles, there had been poignant tears for Riposte’s emotion-charged success in the Ribblesdale Stakes. The filly, carrying the colours of her late trainer’s staunchest supporter Prince Khalid Abdullah, swept clear under Tom Queally on a tide of goodwill from the grandstands, one of those must-be moments that the sport so often offers. It was particularly fitting, given the daughter of Dansili’s background. The other eight winners from her dam Rainbow Lake, include Kind (by Dansili’s sire, Danehill), who found fame, of course, as dam of Frankel. Riposte is clearly progressive and the Irish and Yorkshire Oaks are now on her agenda. Four years ago, Jealous Again, in the Queen Mary Stakes, and Strike The Tiger, in the Windsor Castle, had made history as the first US-trained winners at Royal Ascot. Their Florida-based trainer Wesley Ward was back for this year’s speedball juvenile contests and though Sweet Emma Rose found one too good, No Nay Never did not. In fact, in the Norfolk Stakes, he became the fastest two-year-old ever to scorch the 5f, taking 0.37secs off the course record. It was a remarkable effort, given his slow start and the fact that, after making up the lost ground, Joel Rosario had the confidence to restrain him mid-race before the sprint to the line. The son of Scat Daddy, who had a length in hand of the favourite Coach House, may return to Europe for the Prix Morny.

Friday: Sky’s the limit

The much-anticipated clash of the 1,000 Guineas winners in the Coronation Stakes was, in the end, a one-sided affair. After Sky Lantern beat Just The Judge in the Classic on the Rowley Mile, many believed that the placings would be reversed the next time they met; after all the winner, running for the eighth time, was seemingly fully exposed and the runner-up, on her seasonal debut, had the greater potential for improvement. And when Just The Judge came out and took the Irish Guineas rather easily, those suspicions seemed confirmed. But, as it turned out, her performance on The Curragh was merely confirmation of her Newmarket conqueror’s talent. At Ascot, Just The Judge finished a most creditable third from the widest draw. But more than 4l clear of her (with the French

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Smiling to victory: Richard Hughes gives a little grin as Sky Lantern takes the Coronation Stakes

challenger Kenhope intervening by a neck) was Sky Lantern, who defied her own disadvantageous starting position (in stall 16 of 17), courtesy of her own now-undoubted talent and an excellent ride from Richard Hughes. The jockey had cursed his luck and judgement after Toronado’s narrow defeat in

the St James’s Palace Stakes and his effort on unplaced Royal Hunt Cup favourite Stirring Ballad, but he was spot-on this time. He dropped the grey daughter of Red Clubs off the pace from the start, but rounding the home turn it was clear she was running all-over her rivals, and so instead of having to thread through, he had the luxury of then


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Lethal Force a €8,500 auction bargain as a yearling for owner Alan Craddock, was a first Group 1 success for his young sire Dark Angel

steering a clear passage round the field. And in the final furlong Sky Lantern simply dashed away, the widest-margin Group 1 winner of the week. The Richard Hannon-trained filly, a €75,000 yearling, has now won three races at the top level for Hong Kong-based owner Ben Keswick, having taken last year’s Moyglare

Stud Stakes. She will be given the opportunity to add to her haul this year and next, and if talk of middle-distances and even the Arc seems fanciful, her half-brother Shanty Star did win the Queen’s Vase ten years ago. Sky Lantern was bred by Tally-Ho Stud and continues to emphasise the early loss of Red Clubs, who sired only two crops at the County Westmeath nursery. The filly’s dam Shawanni, by Shareef Dancer, is out of 1990 1,000 Guineas third Negligent. Although Just The Judge did not take the Al Thani brothers Fahad, Hamad and Suhaim into the winner’s circle, they got there courtesy of Kiyoshi, easy winner of the Albany Stakes and now a leading fancy to go one better than her Charlie Hills stablemate in the Guineas next year. The Dubawi filly burst clear of the favourite Sandiva, with Frankel’s half-sister Joyeuse third. The Derby fourth Battle Of Marengo was odds-on to take the King Edward VII Stakes but, given that the last winner of the Ascot prize to have been placed at Epsom was Cacoethes in 1989, the 10-11 shot had a tough statistical battle. And he duly found one too good; though he made a bold bid from more than half a mile out, he was caught in the last 100 yards by the Sir Michael Stoute improver Hillstar. But hardly had that Danehill Dancer colt put forward his St Leger credentials, so did Battle Of Marengo’s Ballydoyle stablemate Leading Light in the Queen’s Vase. The son of Montjeu gave O’Brien his fourth success of the week and clinched the Ballydoyle maestro’s fifth Royal Ascot trainers’ title.

rather arbitrarily on the late March to early November turf season, then the man chasing Ryan Moore would be Adam Kirby, not Richard Hughes. Unlike some of the star names with overseas contracts, Kirby plies his trade during the winter on the less-than-glamorous All-Weather circuit. By the end of Ascot week he had ridden 88 domestic winners in 2013, to Moore’s 90, but on the title table was only in 12th place. The Diamond Jubilee Stakes provided a well overdue first Group 1 victory for one of the weighing room’s most talented grafters. In the 6f dash, the 25-year-old from

Saturday: Kirby gets his first Group 1

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A delighted Clive Cox after Lethal Force’s Group 1 victory. An overseas campaign is likely to be planned for the colt now

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Despite the packed stands, Lethal Force came home in splendid isolation to win the Diamond Jubilee, the sixth leg of the Global Sprint Challenge

Norwich gave Lethal Force a masterful, if not entirely intentional, front-running ride, the partnership in complete control of the race by the last quarter mile. The four-year-old won by 2l with his ears pricked, vainly chased by old rival Society Rock, the 2011 winner and this year’s 4-1 favourite. The best of the overseas raiders was third-placed 25-1 shot Krypton Factor, from Bahrain, who eclipsed higher-profile challengers from Australia and the States. Lethal Force, who had been beaten a head by Society Rock when the pair made their seasonal debuts at York last month, is a welcome upwardly mobile young presence on the sprinting scene. “I had thought I might drop him behind rivals early on,” said Kirby, “but he hit the gates spot on and right from then was doing it all so easily. He has such a high cruising speed and is getting better. Last year he was just a frame.” Lethal Force, a €8,500 auction bargain as a yearling for owner Alan Craddock, was a first Group 1 success for his young sire Dark Angel, based at Yeomanstown Stud, and a fourth for trainer Clive Cox. All Cox’s winners been sprinters: Gilt Edge Girl in the Prix de l’Abbaye three years ago, and the Middle Park and Prix Morny from Reckless Abandon (fifth in the

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l The fast ground played its part in deciding

the stallion table – 14 winners were by Danzig/ Danehill line sires. l Elidor, a Cape Cross half-brother to Treasure Beach (Galileo), was bred by Brian and Jane Hammond’s Ashley House Stud. The winner of the King George V Stakes is out of the Mark Of Esteem mare Honorine, a halfsister to the Hardwicke Stakes (G2) winner and Prince of Wales’s (G1) runner-up Indian Creek. Elidor is the last colt the mare has produced: in 2011 she had filly by Authorized, a 2012 filly by New Approach, while this year she had an Aprilborn filly by the son of Cape Cross, Sea The Stars. l Annecdote, who was led out not sold from a Brightwells December 2011 Sale for £1,000, has now won over £50,000 in earnings after victory in the Listed Sandringham Handicap. She is the fourth-highest earner by the deceased Lucky Story (Kris S), whose leading runner Art Connoisseur – also a two-year-old winner at Ascot when successful in the 2008 renewal of the Coventry, run on good to firm – has his first crop of runners this year. l ExtortioNist gave Ballyhane’s first-crop sire Dandy Man his first Listed winner in the Windsor Castle, while Parbold’s second in the Coventry gave the sire his first Group race placing. Both juveniles are out of Danzig line mares: Gala Style, a daughter of Elnadim (Danzig) being the dam of Parbold, while Extortionist is out of Dream Date, a daughter of Oasis Dream (Green Desert).

King’s Stand) last year. The final-day sprint handicap, the Wokingham Stakes, also went to a grey, the Kevin Ryan-trained York Glory. The son of Five Star Day thwarted a famous family double; in second place was Sky Lantern’s Shamardal half-brother Shropshire. A week that had orchestrated the full range of emotions produced the cruellest of codas, though. After a gallant, battling success in the Hardwicke Stakes, the Dansili four-year-old Thomas Chippendale collapsed and died from a heart attack as he pulled up. The loss of a horse in action is always to be regretted, but that this one had just been cheered home as a second Royal Ascot winner for the stable of the late Sir Henry Cecil made his sudden demise the more difficult to take. The ill-fated colt provided a fourth victory of the week for Johnny Murtagh, clinching him a fifth jockeys’ title. Before the shocking aftermath, the 1m4f race had already provided drama as the favourite Ektihaam, galloping strongly in the lead, slipped on the first bend and threw rider Paul Hanagan over the running rail as he struggled to keep his feet. Happily the horse was unscathed and Hanagan walked away from a ghastly-looking fall only sore and shaken.


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the early classics

He came and conquered Ruler Of The World lived up to his name in the Epsom Derby after Dawn Approach threw his race away by pulling too hard 28

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he early Classic winners in England and Ireland provided a pleasant mix of the established success and the emergence of new blood both in equine and human terms. Coolmore, of course, were in the mix, snaffling two races, the Irish 2,000 Guineas with Magician and the Epsom Derby with Ruler Of The World, the surprise winner after race favourite Dawn Approach, winner of the 2000 Guineas for Sheikh Mohammed, fluffed his lines proving barely ridable in the Epsom Classic. His behaviour was not helped by the slow pace to the race; whether the dawdling gallop was the result of Coolmore having prearranged spoiling tactics, only the inner circle will ever know. But if in future any owner is ever in doubt that a hard-pulling horse can run himself into the ground, they only need to watch a video of the Derby to see the affect that this can have on performance – the minute Dawn Approach levelled up in the straight, his stride shortened and he was a beaten horse. Coolmore’s champion sire Galileo and his son New Approach have claimed five of the 11 Classics run so far – Talent, daughter of the Darley sire New Approach, the unexpected winner of the Epsom Oaks for trainer Ralph Beckett and making up for her paternal

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On the stallion stud front, Lawman and Motivator are the only sires with a Classic winner this year from “independent” farms sibling’s unexpected Derby performance. The sprint-miling Danzig sire line produced Poule d’Essai des Pouliches winner Style Vendome, a son of Anabaa and so a grandson of Danzig, as well as the Irish 1,000 winner Just The Judge, a daughter of Lawman and a great-grandson of Green Desert (Danzig). Lawman, whose second crop are threeyear-olds of this year, and New Approach, who has his first three-year-olds running for him, are quite clearly the emerging stallions in the Classic ranks, with Motivator making a sudden late catch-up bid. It is in the broodmare sire lines that Danzig’s Northern Dancer sire line has really dominated: Flotilla, winner of the Poule d’Essai des Pouliches is out of Louvain, a third generation descendant of Danzig, Magician is out of a grand-daughter of Danehill, Intello is out of Impressionarte, a daughter of Danehill, while Trevise is a daughter of Anabaa (Danzig). All of the broodmares of this year’s first round of French, Irish and British Classic

A perfect start for the new partnership of jockey Jamie Spencer and owner Sheikh Fahad with the Irish 1,000 Guineas winner Just The Judge, below, Dawn Approach wins at Newmarket

winners hail from US sire lines, mainly that of Northern Dancer, although the Rainbow Quest and Blushing Groom lines are represented though Faraday Light, dam of Just The Judge, the Kris S-Roberto line via Style Vendome and his dam Place Vendome (Dr Fong), while Kingmambo pokes his nose in as dam sire of Love Me True, dam of Ruler Of The World. The German Guineas races were both won by horses out of broodmares from the Sadler’s Wells line – the colt Peace At Last being from the Barathea mare National Day, while the filly Akua’da is out of a daughter of the champion sire himself. All told, the Galileo-New Approach-

Winners and pedigrees of 2013 early-season Classic winners Classic

Horse

Sire

Dam

1,000 Guineas

Sky Lantern

Red Clubs

Shawanni

2,000 Guineas

Dawn Approach

New Approach

Hymn Of The Dawn

Poule d'Essai des Poulians

Style Vendome

Anabaa

Place Vendome

Poule d'Essai des Pouliches

Flotilla

Mizzen Mast

Louvain

Irish 1,000 Guineas

Just The Judge

Lawman

Faraday Light

Irish 2,000 Guineas

Magician

Galileo

Absolutelyfabulous

German 1,000 Guineas

Akua'da

Shamardal

Akua'Ba

German 2,000 Guineas

Peace At Last

Oasis Dream

National Day

Epsom Oaks

Talent

New Approach

Prowess

Epsom Derby

Ruler Of The World Galileo

Love Me True

Prix Diane

Treve

Motivator

Trevise

Anabaa

Prix du Jockey-Club

Intello

Galileo

Impressionarte

Danehill

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Dam sire Shareef Dancer Phone Trick Dr Fong Sinndar Rainbow Quest Mozart Sadler's Wells Barathea Peintre Celebre Kingmambo


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euro round up Sadler’s Wells triumvirate has been in some way responsible for eight of the 12 winners of the early European Classics, with Sadler’s Wells also popping up as grandsire of Treve. The Danzig-Danehill-Green Desert gang were involved in five pedigrees. On the stallion stud front, Lawman and Motivator are the only sires with a Classic winner this year from “independent” farms – New Approach and Shamardal are in Darley control, Galileo by Coolmore. Galileo is the only living successful Classic stallion for Coolmore; it must be a slight concern for the empire’s rulers that their current success is based on one sire, and they have yet to produce a stallion son of the champion for their own operation.

Oasis Dream stands at Juddmonte and Mizzen Mast, whose Flotilla is his only European Group 1 winner so far, at Juddmonte US, while Red Clubs and Anabaa are both dead. Sheikh Fahd and his newly retained jockey Jamie Spencer gained their first Classic success in Ireland with the Charlie Hillstrained runner. It was a good result for the new team and for racing’s new major investor because at Epsom, Secret Gesture, another in-training purchase for Qatar Bloodstock, was turned over by her stablemate in the Oaks. The Qatari influence on European racing is ever-growing and rapidly becoming ever more successful – Sheikh Fahd’s father,

Sheikh Mohammed Bin Khalifa Al Thani, was successful in France with Flotilla, who was bought last October ahead of her run in the Breeders’ Cup. But the Al Thanis were not the only “newbies” to enjoy Classic success as the emerging British-based breeding operation of the Keswicks tasted Classic glory for the first time with Sky Lantern, who also gave a first Classic victory for jockey Richard Hughes who then doubled up with Talent. The German 2,000 Guineas winner was an inter-European affair: Peace At Last, by the Irish-based Shamardal, is trained in France by Henri-Alex Pantall for British businessman Guy Heald, owner of Egerton Stud.

Back where they belong

Jocelyn de Moubray sees the Wertheimer brothers reaping the rewards of investment

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lain and Gerard Wertheimer have expanded and changed their racing and breeding operation in recent years. They have changed trainers, their jockey, their stud farm and bought new fillies and mares which has increased the number of foals they breed each year to around 120. Nothing happens immediately in thoroughbred breeding, but the results over the last year or two have become spectacularly successful. It looks as though 2013 might be the best year the family has enjoyed on the racecourse since the golden period of the early 1970s when Alain and Gerard were in their early twenties and horses such as Val De L’Orne, Roi Lear, Lyphard, Riverman, Green Dancer and Ivanjica carried the colours of their grandmother Mme Pierre Wertheimer to victory. In the breeding shed, the colts went on to shape the thoroughbred all over the world. In Intello and Anodin the Wertheimers have two of the most attractive stallion prospects in the world, while Falco, in whom they have retained a large share, has made a promising start to his stallion career. A successful racing stable, and more than 100 of the best bred mares and top stallions means that the influence of the Wertheimers is likely to be felt all over the racing world once again.

Gerard and Alain Wertheimer: have two exciting three-year-old colts for this year

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Aside from Anabaa two other French-based sires to make a mark in top races this year are Sageburg and Motivator As many trainers get older they tend to run their best horses less and less at two and this certainly is the case as regards André Fabre, who won plenty of two-year-old Group 1s at one point in his career but who now rarely runs his best horses in any sort of Group races as juveniles. Intello was a case in point and the son of Galileo made only two starts as a juvenile winning a race for debutants at Longchamp in September and then a B race with five runners at Maisons-Laffitte three weeks later, both races over a mile. The surprise was that his trainer sent him to Newmarket for the Fielden Stakes in April, but Fabre still wants to win races in England and the 1m1f trip probably appealed for a horse who was never likely to become a Derby candidate. Rather than sending one of their star colts to the 2000 Guineas, the Wertheimers decided to run both Intello and Anodin in the Poule d’Essai des Poulains – and they were rewarded with the 17 and 18 stalls in a field of 18! It is possible to win the Poule d’Essai from a wide draw, Lope De Vega won with 15 of 15 and Falco with 19 of 19, but it is very difficult and the only option is to wait behind and either come through or round all of the other runners in the straight. Both Wertheimer runners chose the outside option and while Anodin never had sufficient momentum he still finished seventh only 2l behind the winner. Intello really was flying at the end, but he too fell just short and was third beaten only a neck and a head. The Prix du Jockey-Club was, in contrast, the most straightforward of races for Intello, who started a very short-priced favourite despite the 19-strong field. Jim Bolger’s pacemaker set off at a very fast pace followed by the German-trained Superplex, and from the first 50 yards this pair were followed by the race’s principals, Intello, Morandi, Sky Hunter and Mshawish. In the straight there was no suspense or doubt and once Olivier Peslier asked Intello for his effort the race was over and the son of Galileo won comfortably. There was a tussle

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for second as Morandi only managed to get past Fabre’s other runner Sky Hunter in the final strides and then another for fourth with Sheikh Joaan Al Thani’s Mshawish narrowly holding off the late run of the Aga Khan’s Shikarpour. The Aga Khan’s colt put up a remarkable performance for a horse whose only

previous start had come in a newcomer’s race at Longchamp in May. Fabre announced that Intello was likely to run next in the mile Prix Jacques le Marois, but then he could equally run in any Group 1 over a mile or 1m2f between now and the Prix de L’Arc de Triomphe. Anodin, the brother to Goldikova and not from a precocious family, looks as if he too is up to competing successfully in Group 1 races. Anodin was a respectable second on his two starts as a juvenile for trainer Freddy Head, to the good Gengis in Deauville and then on soft ground at Fontainebleau in October. He beat the Poule d’Essai runner-up

Style Vendome winning his fifth race from six starts when successful in the Poule d’Essai


euro round up Dastarhon to win a high quality B race at Longchamp in April, but was undone by the combination of the draw and a lack of experience in the Poule itself. He returned to win a Group 3 over a mile at Chantilly at the beginning of June in the style of a future top horse.

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ntello and Anodin are not the only top class three-year-olds in the Wertheimer stable as they also have the Group 1-winning filly Silasol, the stakes winners Snowday and Pilote, and then several other likely future stakes winners such as Eurato, Solow, Dakatari and Star System.

However, for the future, it is as stallions that Intello and Anodin are likely to make their mark. Anodin will not be the only stallion from Anabaa’s last crop as the Poule d’Essai winner Style Vendome is likely to retire to his new owner Sheikh Joaan Al Thani’s Haras de Bouquetot once his racing career is finished. Style Vendome was bred by Guy Pariente and is the winner to date of five or his six starts, his only defeat coming on his debut in the 5f Listed Prix Yacowlef (for unraced twoyear-olds) in Deauville last June, when he was outpaced by the multiple Group winner Pearl Flute. As a three-year-old the Nicholas Clement-

Motivator will have some quiet years ahead of him as the Derby winner only covered 45 mares in 2012, his last year in England trained colt has won a Listed race over six and a half furlongs on the All-Weather and then a Group 3 over 7f before the Longchamp Classic. If the bunch finish leads some to doubt the form, several of those who finished behind have ran well since, including Intello, Gale Force Ten, Morandi, Anodin, Gengis, Princedargent and Pearl Flute who have all won or been placed in stakes races since May 12. It seems that several of Europe’s leading three-year-old colts are trained in France. Aside from Anabaa two other French-based sires to make a mark in top races this year are Sageburg and Motivator. Sageburg was bred by Jean-Luc Lagardère, raced by the Aga Khan and has stood all of his career to date at the Haras de la Gatine in Normandy. He was a backward horse who did not make his debut until June as a three-year-old, but who reached his peak at four when beating Darjina to win the Group 1 Prix d’Ispahan over 1m1f. He is by Johannesburg out the Linamix mare Sage Et Jolie, who won a Group 2 over 1m4f and comes from the family of the Arc winner Sagamix and Oaks runner-up Secret Gesture.

In his early years at stud Sageburg was strongly supported by Jean-Pierre Dubois whose Ecurie D bred his best horses to date: the Group 2 winner Peace Burg and the stakes horse Si Sage. Motivator will have some quiet years ahead of him as the Derby winner only covered 45 mares in 2012, his last season in England, but he has never been busier than this breeding season, his first at the Haras du Quesnay and his Prix Diane winner Treve has given his profile huge impetus. His 80 odd three-year-olds include three who are certainly top class – Treve, the impressive Classic winner, as well as Sky Hunter and Ferevia, beaten a short head and a neck in the Group 1 Prix Saint Alary. There are also several who are very likely to be decent, including Daytona Bay, an impressive maiden winner in Germany, as well as Madame Defarge, who was third to Talent in the Pretty Polly. Mid-June is early to judge two-year-olds in France as so few of the main stables take part in these races, but two fillies stand out from those who have raced. Nisharora, a daughter of Excellent Art trained in Lyon by Jacques Heloury, has won both her starts in Lyon and then at MaisonsLaffitte and has been purchased by Team Valor. She remains with her original trainer, who was also responsible for the two-year-old career of Peace Burg, and as a granddaughter of the Prix de Diane winner Lypharita is likely to be better still over 7f or a mile. Vorda is also unbeaten in two starts having won a maiden and a Listed over 5f at Chantilly and Maisons-Laffitte for trainer Philippe Sogorb, who is based in the southwest of France. The daughter of Orpen then attracted the interest of Gerard Augustin Normand, who purchased half and she went on to win a Listed in his colours very easily. She, too, is the descendant of a top mare as her third dam Val D’Erica was a multiple Group 1 winner in Italy and finished second in the Prix de Diane. There are those, particularly in England, who believe that Monsun has been overrated as a stallion, but, until Intello won the Prix du Jockey-Club, Gestüt Schlenderhan’s sire was amazingly the leading sire in France. From only 40 foals a year Monsun’s progeny to have shone in 2013 include the leading older horses Maxios, Novellist, Estimate, Fiorente and Pirika and then the three-year-olds Silasol, Ocovango, Triple

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Peace must have fast Azamour is not a fashionable stallion, but from four pace and soft ground to relatively small crops the Gilltown Stud sire has produced a have a winning chance champion in Valyra and numerous high-class performers Threat, Magali, Blue Rambler and others, all top class or very likely to be so in a few months’ time. If the list seems short compared with that of leading performers by say Galileo you have to bear in mind that Galileo had four times as many foals every year as Monsun. In terms of progeny rated 95 or higher as a proportion of foals Monsun has been the leading sire in Europe for years, his closest followers in this regard are Galileo and Dansili. Among younger less established sires the two European leaders in this respect are Azamour and Soldier Hollow. Azamour is not a fashionable stallion, but from four relatively small crops the Gilltown Stud sire has produced a champion in Valyra and numerous high-class performers. His 40 three-year-olds are led by Liber Nauticus, Siyenica, Stepwise and Loredana. Soldier Hollow, who moved from Gestüt Azamour has had a good year with his crop of 40 three-year-olds

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Röttgen to Gestüt Auenquelle in 2012, is looking like a true successor to Monsun as Germany’s leading international sire. His first crop of around 50 foals included the German Derby winner Pastorius, who defeated Maxios among others to win the Group 1 Prix Ganay in April, as well as several other black-type performers such as Dessau, Sworn Sold, Dabbitse, Lady Of Budysin, Old Pal, Kassiano and Salon Soldier. The son of In The Wings has only 26 three-year-olds in 2013, but they include the Group 2 winner Ars Nova, currently ante-post favourite for the German Oaks, and Schlenderhan’s Ivanhowe, winner of the Group 2 Oppenheim-Union-Rennen in June and currently antepost favourite for the German Derby, as well as other promising horses such as Illusion and Windsor.

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he early German Derby trials did not produce an obvious favourite for the Hamburg Classic. Vif Monsieur, a son of Doyen, beat Lucky Speed impressively in a Group 3 at Frankfurt in April on good ground, but then finished last behind the Peter Schiergen-trained son of Silvano on his next start on very soft ground in a Group 3 in Munich. The best trial winner to date was Stall Nizza’s Nicolosio, a son of Peintre Celebre trained by Waldemar Hickst, who won the Hanover Derby Trial by 7l. Nicolosio made his first two starts in France and managed to be second at Amiens and Chateaubriant. It is a measure of how French racing has changed that his form is consistently high class; the days when all the good horses in France ran only in Paris has long since disappeared. At Amiens, Nicolosio was narrowly beaten by Ferevia, a Group 3 winner and Group 1 placed, while at Chateaubriant it was a Fabre-trained son of Dansili called Vancouverite, who must be a sure stakes winner of the near future. The best performance by a three-yearold in Germany to date came from the Henri Alex Pantall-trained Peace At Last, who won the Mehl-Mulhens-Rennen as a big outsider beating a strong Englishtrained challenge, which included Tawhid, String Theory and Boomshacklacker. Guy Heald’s Peace At Last (Oasis Dream) had looked a little below top class in France winning only one of his previous seven starts, but it turned out that what the son of Oasis Dream needed to show his true ability was a very fast run race over soft ground. In Cologne he got the conditions he requires as Law Enforcement and Ayaar went off in front at a 100 miles an hour on ground softened by rain. As the field turned for home, Peace At Last was second last and Global Bang was still detached from the remainder having stayed in the stalls when they opened, and yet these two contested the finish with Peace At Last winning by a length and a quarter.


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stallion stats Leading sires in Europe 2013: (to June 23) Stallion GALILEO (IRE) DANSILI (GB) OASIS DREAM (GB) NEW APPROACH (IRE) HOLY ROMAN EMPEROR (IRE) ORATORIO (IRE) DUBAWI (IRE) MONSUN (GER) MONTJEU (IRE) MOTIVATOR (GB) DANEHILL DANCER (IRE) CAPE CROSS (IRE) ROCK OF GIBRALTAR (IRE) PIVOTAL (GB) TEOFILO (IRE) DARK ANGEL (IRE) SHAMARDAL (USA) RED CLUBS (IRE) KYLLACHY (GB) FOOTSTEPSINTHESAND (GB) INVINCIBLE SPIRIT (IRE) VERGLAS (IRE) MUHTATHIR (GB) MEDICEAN (GB) ELUSIVE CITY (USA) AUSSIE RULES (USA) ACCLAMATION (GB) ANABAA (USA)

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Runners

Winners

Races Won

Places

167 142 178 50 164 178 93 54 103 96 157 155 170 149 108 77 128 78 134 134 175 182 102 130 162 88 169 70

56 51 61 15 50 57 34 23 31 34 50 50 48 44 37 32 46 21 42 51 54 55 29 45 46 32 49 16

68 70 82 19 67 86 45 32 41 47 57 65 61 54 51 44 55 37 52 68 74 68 38 57 65 42 64 21

151 147 220 52 206 228 98 36 115 107 146 164 167 156 114 100 147 88 169 149 185 216 102 143 175 90 206 72

Places

Money Won (£) 3,175,615 1,362,664 1,283,024 1,238,341 1,207,414 1,195,803 1,181,078 1,178,104 1,105,640 1,101,502 1,058,838 891,786 875,354 855,470 805,538 802,446 778,125 739,734 705,725 705,590 703,951 694,575 693,410 669,603 634,514 624,268 614,546 609,402

Wnrs to Rnrs %

Av. earnings

33.53 35.91 34.26 30.00 30.48 32.02 36.55 42.59 30.09 35.41 31.84 32.25 28.23 29.53 34.25 41.55 35.93 26.92 31.34 38.05 30.85 30.21 28.43 34.61 28.39 36.36 28.99 22.85

19,016 9,596 7,208 24,767 7,362 6,718 12,700 21,817 10,734 11,474 6,744 5,753 5,149 5,741 7,459 10,421 6,079 9,484 5,267 5,266 4,023 3,816 6,798 5,151 3,917 7,094 3,636 8,706

Leading 2yo sires in Europe 2013: (to June 23) Stallion IFFRAAJ (GB) FOOTSTEPSINTHESAND (GB) DANDY MAN (IRE) OASIS DREAM (GB) HOLY ROMAN EMPEROR (IRE) ORPEN (USA) DEPORTIVO (GB) MASTERCRAFTSMAN (IRE) KHELEYF (USA) PASTORAL PURSUITS (GB) KODIAC (GB) CAMACHO (GB) RED ROCKS (IRE) ACCLAMATION (GB) WAR FRONT (USA) CHINEUR (FR) ELUSIVE CITY (USA) INTENSE FOCUS (USA) BLU AIR FORCE (IRE)

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Runners

Winners

Races Won

26 24 26 12 31 9 14 16 29 31 36 22 21 29 2 11 12 24 20

8 10 10 6 8 5 3 6 11 7 14 7 4 8 1 2 5 5 7

11 11 12 7 9 6 3 10 12 12 16 8 6 11 2 4 8 5 9

16 21 21 11 26 12 25 8 22 21 31 22 32 21 1 15 11 24 23

Money Won (£)

Wnrs to Rnrs %

Av. earnings

154,579 154,054 132,977 105,413 97,997 95,784 91,424 89,491 88,074 87,803 87,571 82,397 80,949 80,726 79,259 79,029 77,328 67,497 66,691

30.76 41.66 38.46 50.00 25.80 55.55 21.42 37.50 37.93 22.58 38.88 31.81 19.04 27.58 50.00 18.18 41.66 20.83 35.00

5,945 6,419 5,114 8,784 3,161 10,643 6,530 5,593 3,037 2,832 2,433 3,745 3,855 2,784 39,629 7,184 6,444 2,812 3,335

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Orb: the son of Malibu Moon, ridden by jockey Joel Rosario, wins the 139th Kentucky Derby

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F the Triple Crown was ever going to be won then 2013 was as good a year as any, the experts concurred following the Kentucky Derby. Orb, owned by two stalwarts of the industry in Ogden Mills Phipps and Stuart Janney, had come into the race with a strikingly progressive profile and his dominant winning performance over Golden Soul on Churchill Down’s sloppy track seemed to further underline the notion that Shug McGaughey’s colt had the world at his feet. With a female family steeped in Phipps tradition that pointed to further improvement once Orb stepped up to the 1m4f of the Belmont Stakes, that long awaited Triple Crown winner did not seem so far out of reach. Sadly, those thoughts was swiftly blown away at Baltimore two weeks later when Orb was a disappointing fourth in the Preakness Stakes behind Kentucky Derby also ran Oxbow, a record-breaking 14th Classic winner for 77-year-old D. Wayne Lukas and the recipient of a crafty front-running ride by veteran jockey Gary Stevens. And three weeks later neither Orb nor

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Orb’s pedigree traces full circle to Phipps’s foundation mare, writes Nancy Sexton Oxbow could catch Palice Malice, another Kentucky Derby also ran, in the third leg of the Triple Crown, the Belmont Stakes. With Saratoga just around the corner, the race for champion three-year-old honours is just as wide open as it was before the Classics took place. Regardless of what the rest of 2013 holds for Orb, he is guaranteed to be popular when he retires to stud, most probably at his birthplace, Claiborne Farm in Kentucky. First, he is a son of Malibu Moon, one of A.P. Indy’s most successful stallion sons despite starting out at a bargain fee of $3,000 in Maryland. A knee fracture restricted Malibu Moon to just two starts, but his ability was there for all to see when he broke his maiden at two over 5f at Hollywood

Park, showing a precocity not normally associated with A.P. Indy’s progeny. A flash of talent and pedigree – he is out of Prix Marcel Boussac winner Macoumba – prompted Josh Pons to take a chance and stand the then three-yearold at his Country Life Farm in Maryland. The decision was rewarded when Malibu Moon’s first crop contained Grade 2 winner Perfect Moon and the second the Grade 1-winning two-year-old Declan's Moon. Malibu Moon moved to Kentucky as the first stallion installed at Castleton Lyons in 2004 and on to Spendthrift Farm in 2008, where he currently stands for $70,000. But although well established as one of Kentucky’s premier sires, his stud record shows a bias towards fillies; in fact, Orb

and Declan’s Moon – a gelding – are his only Grade 1-winning sons on a roll call that contains nine Grade 1 winners. Orb is the best of four foals out of the unraced Unbridled mare Lady Liberty and a seventh generation descendant of Phipps foundation mare Erin, the 1930 Gazelle Stakes winner, who was purchased privately by Gladys Phipps and her brother Ogden out of the Whitney Stable. The branch responsible for Orb traces back to Erin via the Janney family’s excellent mare Shenanigans, who achieved lasting notoriety as the dam of the brilliant Ruffian. Orb’s fourth dam is Ruffian’s Bold Ruler half-sister Laughter, the dam of Grade 1 winner and influential sire Private Terms and granddam of another high-

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us racing class Phipps-bred in Coronado’s Quest. Although one of the most desirable families in the US Stud Book, the branch belonging to Orb’s third dam Steel Maiden (Damascus) has been quiet in recent years; by Phipps’ own admission Lady Liberty narrowly avoided being culled after failing to produce a prominent runner in her first three years at stud, while her dam, the Grade 2 winner Mesabi Maiden (Cox’s Ridge), bred just two winners. However, as Orb has shown, perseverance can pay off. While the Phipps and Janney families are two of the most renowned in American racing, Preakness Stakes winner Oxbow is owned by a relative newcomer in Brad Kelley. Kelley, who made his fortune in the tobacco industry, is best known in Europe as the breeder of 1,000 Guineas and Irish Oaks heroine Blue Bunting. However, he has become a major player in the US and stepped in last summer to lease the famed Calumet Farm, under which banner Oxbow now races. The Calumet stallion barn housed five stallions this year, including Horse of the Year Point Given and Melbourne Cup winner Americain, and the odds must be short that Oxbow, one of 13 Grade 1 winners by Adena Spring Farm’s Awesome Again, will join them once his racing days are over. Oxbow, bred by Colts Neck Stables and a $250,000 Keeneland yearling purchase by Kelley, certainly owns the pedigree to be a successful stallion being out of Tizamazing, a sister to two-time Breeders’ Cup Classic winner and leading US sire Tiznow. In fact, there are few more current families in America since another sister to Tiznow, Tizso, has clicked with Awesome Again to produce last year’s Haskell Invitational winner Paynter, who made a remarkable recovery from colitis and then laminitis to successfully return to the racetrack in midJune. The pair are further examples of how well Awesome Again works with In Reality blood, a cross which was initially showcased by Horse of the Year, Ghostzapper. Oxbow again was prominent throughout the Belmont Stakes, but the final 2f proved too much and he had no answer to Palace Malice, whose sire Curlin had been narrowly defeated in the 2007 race by Rags To Riches. Owned by one of the longest-standing syndicates in US racing Cot Campbell’s Dogwood Stable, Palice Malice had gone off like a scalded cat in first-time blinkers in the Kentucky Derby and consequently faded to finish 12th of the 19 runners.

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Although one of the most desirable families in the US Stud Book, the branch belonging to Orb’s third dam Steel Maiden has been quiet in recent years With the blinkers removed at Belmont, Todd Pletcher’s colt proved far more tractable for Mike Smith and asserted to record a 3l victory over Itsmyluckyday. Palace Malice is the highlight of the 104-strong first crop by dual Horse of the Year Curlin, also responsible for two regional stakes winners this season.

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he son of Smart Strike failed to cut much ice among last year’s first-season sires, checking in ninth on the leading freshman sires’ list, but he himself didn’t race at two and, unsurprisingly, his progeny are starting to find their feet as time goes on. Not only does William Farish’s Lane’s End Farm stand Curlin, but it bred Palace Malice out of Palace Rumor, a minor turf stakes winner by Juddmonte International

Brad Kelley, a newcomer to horseracing, proudly holds aloft the Preakness Stakes winning trophy after his success with Oxbow

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hero Royal Anthem, and sold him for a bargain $25,000 to Colin Brennan, brother of pinhooker Niall, at the Keeneland September Sale. It proved to be a fruitful transaction for the Brennans as they resold Palace Malice at Keeneland the following April for $200,000 to Dogwood Stable. However, Curlin isn’t the only young stallion in Kentucky whose profile has been boosted by a first-crop Classic winner. Sitting at the head of the leading second-season sires’ list is Coolmore’s Majestic Warrior, another son of A.P. Indy, who hit the mark during Kentucky Derby weekend as the sire of Kentucky Oaks heroine Princess Of Sylmar. Sent off at 38-1, the Todd Pletcher inmate defeated a strong field, including champion Beholder and subsequent runaway Acorn Stakes heroine Midnight Lucky, to take the Oaks and provide a first major success for owner Ed Stanco. Remarkably, Princess Of Sylmar is the first horse bred by Stanco, who campaigned the winner’s dam, the Listedplaced Catienus mare Storm Dixie. Another heart-warming result was the win of Simon Callaghan’s Byrama in the Vanity Handicap at Hollywood Park. A daughter of Woodlands Stud stallion Byron, the former Nigel Tinkler-trained Byrama was bred in Britain by Ermyn Lodge Stud and unsold for just £8,000 as a two-year-old.

Spring sales showed gains

Away from the track much encouragement has been taken from the strength and depth to this season’s two-year-old sales. Each of the major auctions – Fasig-Tipton’s Florida Sale at Palm Meadows, the Keeneland April Sale and OBS April Sale – returned gains in average of 19 per cent or greater. Fasig-Tipton’s Florida sale, a boutique affair staged in March, saw two juveniles break the million dollar mark led by a $1.6 million son of Bernardini out of Hishi Aspen sold to agent Steven Young. A selective sale – only 46 lots changed hands – but the average did rise 20 per cent to $385,326. Bernardini was also responsible for the sale-topper at the OBS Spring Sale in Florida in April, a colt who sold for $900,000 to Brushwood Stable. A fierce trade, boosted by international participation, was evident throughout the sale’s, which resulted in record turnover, average ($60,535) and median ($35,000).


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Record-breaker: the son of Elusive Quality put in a piece of work that sent his value rocketing to 760,000gns, a European record for a breeze-up horse. The colt was bought at Keeneland as a yearling for $120,000

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n the surface it was a very pleasant and bouyant two-year-old auction season with figures for most of the sales finishing equal or up on figures compared to 2012, with more horses sold at each sale for big sums than in recent years and the Tattersalls Craven Sale, Arqana Sale and Goresbridge Breeze-Up all having a good time of it. The Craven Sale produced a European record for a breeze-up horse with the sale of the Lynn Lodge-produced son of Elusive Quality selling for 760,000gns, an aggregate which broke the nine million guineas barrier for the first time since 2008, while the average increased by eight per cent to 89,660gns. At Saint-Cloud, the Sea The Stars colt bought by Marco Botti for Sheikh
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 Maktoum fetched a record for the sale at €520,000, while at the lower end of the spectrum Goresbridge also broke its sale record with the purchase by Rabbah of the Kilminfoyle Stud-consigned Invincible Spirit colt for €145,000. At the three middle-market sales, the Tattersalls Guineas Sale, the DBS Breeze and Goffs at Kempton, figures were, on a whole, constant with 2012. Sales companies, vendors and marketing groups all have to be applauded for their efforts in ensuring that those who wish to buy at the top of the market are buying in Britain and Ireland. It is exciting that such money is being invested in our sport and horseracing is the choice activity for a range of globally based high-net worth investors. Unfortunately though, if you dig a little deeper through the levels at all the sales, then worrying trends emerge in the two-year-old market, once a buying zone for the middleranking owner. If asked, many two-year-old vendors would, without hesitation, admit to being concerned about the economic realities for this niche sector, being squeezed from both sides and requiring a (very) big hit with one

breeze-up review or two each year in order to come out on top. The problems began at source with the raw material proving to be an expensive commodity for investment last year. The strong yearling market forced most of the pin-hookers to take one or both of two routes: either they had to spend more on the yearlings they wished to buy, with inevitable effects on profitability further down the line, or else they were forced to reassess their investment leading them to purchase youngsters without such necessarily strong future commercial prospects. This spring, most vendors would agree that the market has been good and is focused strongly on the top end – the population pyramid bulging at the top of the market with a number of different Qatari investors hoping to buy, Chinese buyers stepping up to the plate for a first time, US purchasers dipping into the European market, as well as the usual domestic suspects vying as ever to buy those top end two-year-olds, who can offer the hint of promise of big rewards on the race track or in the stallion shed. But the definition of a “top end” juvenile is every year becoming ever more related to the time that it can produce over a furlong breeze – quite possibly the fastest it might ever manage to gallop over one furlong. Most vendors would confirm that if a juvenile doesn’t hit a top ten time, then immediately its captive audience is significantly reduced, with a strong possibility that seller and horse would be left on the unwanted shelf. Important buying agents such as David Redvers always refer to the time a horse put in through its breeze, and while such agents will not buy a horse on the clock alone, time in conjunction with the usual purchasing assets, is a very strong purchasing driver. Unfortunately, this focus on speed means that those juveniles perhaps unable to go as fast as they need to are pushed out of their comfort zone by their riders and only end up looking worse in their work – changing legs, stumbling or grabbing at the ground with their forelegs and plainly unable to go, through immaturity reasons or just a plain

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breeze-up review Breeze-Up Returns 2008-2013 2013

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Off

Sold

%

Aggregate £

Tatts Craven 182 155 103 66 10,158,500 Tatts Guineas 204 150 120 80 3,037,100 DBS 145 120 98 81 2,979,300 Goffs 100 89 62 69 1,492,000 Goresbridge 191 159 135 84 2,056,135 Arqana 135 115 91 79 5,139,512

Median £

98,626 25,308 30,401 24,064 15,230 56,478

60,500 15,400 20,000 20,000 11,542 41,367

TOTAL 957 788 609 77 24,862,547 40,825 2012 Tatts Craven 183 150 117 78 9,435,800 80,647 Tatts Guineas 193 134 104 77 2,656,115 25,539 DBS 192 160 122 76 3,601,500 29,520 Goffs 100 93 77 82 1,795,000 23,311 Goresbridge 188 162 137 84 1,545,987 11,284 Arqana 165 149 102 68 4,890,675 47,938

62,700 17,050 24,000 18,000 8,042 35,555

TOTAL 1,021 848 659 77 23,925,077 36,305 2011 Tatts Craven 196 164 112 68 8,785,700 78,444 Tatts Ireland 73 62 34 54 249,684 7,343 DBS 193 158 109 68 3,183,500 29,206 Goffs 90 78 65 83 1,600,500 24,623 Goresbridge 147 128 113 88 1,353,550 11,978 Arqana 161 142 111 78 5,852,997 52,729

66,000 4,700 20,000 20,000 7,618 42,308

TOTAL 860 732 544 76 21,025,931 40,737 2010 Tatts Craven 166 139 96 69 8,422,150 87,730 Tatts Guineas 147 131 83 63 2,364,450 28,454 Goffs 94 81 57 70 895,500 15,710 Goresbridge 136 124 106 85 901,814 8,507 Arqana 156 140 108 77 4,716,583 43,667

77,000 22,000 12,000 4,909 33,843

TOTAL 699 615 450 73 17,300,497 38,445 2009 Tatts Craven 183 163 115 70 9,417,100 81,887 Tatts Guineas 167 138 74 53 3,101,120 41,906 DBS 145 135 113 83 2,708,100 23,965 Goffs Kempton 75 57 43 75 721,100 16,769 Goffs Dundalk 73 60 42 70 388,397 9,247 Goresbridge 106 94 76 80 614,533 8,085 Arqana 150 127 97 76 3,418,167 35,238

66,000 27,500 18,000 12,000 7,614 5,714 25,381

TOTAL 899 774 560 72 20,368,517 36,372 2008 Tatts Craven 194 158 116 73 13,072,400 112,692 Tatts Guineas 163 132 80 60 4,216,300 52,704 DBS 170 140 111 79 3,396,500 30,599 Goffs Kempton 100 86 64 74 1,944,000 30,375 Goffs Dundalk 110 90 58 64 710,719 12,253 Goresbridge 124 109 79 72 733,017 9,278 Arqana 155 138 88 63 2,589,806 29,429

77,000 33,000 20,000 25,000 9,095 7,195 23,689

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1016 853 596 69 26,662,742

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breeze-up review lack of ability, as fast as they are being asked to travel. It is a far worse sight than watching one that is a bit green and wandering around in its work Vendors have to push for the top sales with as many of their draft as they can with production costs now so high – the continuing high and increasing costs of feed, bedding, veterinary input and labour means that the one or two good sales each year have to cover the expenses of the draft. And if you have not got the best pedigreed animal in the catalogue, then a fast and impressive-looking breeze can make up for a lot of black-type. There will be plenty of viable horses sold from all the sales from lower down the pecking order and who will prove to be more than capable of winning races and providing entertainment for owners. However, the middle market is far less a fertile ground for those vendors looking to move on juveniles, who do not make top rank due to a lack of demand.

Vendors have to push for the top sales with as many of their draft as they can with production costs now so high The lack of lower-to-middle ranking buyers should not be an issue at the two-year-old sales – the inital thinking behind the breezeup sale premise was really to satisfy that lower to middle market, allowing buyers and future owners to view the likely galloping ability and attitude of horses so saving some months of training fees, particularly if a precocious individual is bought and is “ready to run”. As you had a chance of seeing how a horse moved in its faster paces there should, in theory anyway, be less of a gamble that you might buy a dud and so giving more of a chance for the one-horse-a-year man. The high cost of production has its impact on the buying side too: British and Irish-

DBS top lot: the son of Lawman made £210,000 and was sold by Mocklershill to Blandford

based trainers can no longer afford to buy on spec, particularly if they still have unsold twoyear-olds in the yard who were purchased as yearlings and have not yet sold on.

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ith ever-increasing in-training costs, trainers can no longer afford to hold the lead rope for too long if the horse can not be sold on to an owne, and certainly have to be realistic when adding to the list of home-owned horses in their string. While the lower bracket of horse may well be able to win races, sadly at the level it will be plying its trade means that it is unlikely to produce the prize-money earnings necessary

to pay its way or cover costs for trainers should they need to run them, unless bonus scheme money is collected, or a future sale to Hong Kong emerges after a winning maiden performance. Our domestic, middle-ranking owner probably realises that the odds are stacked against him buying a top class performer, yet he may be very happy to purchase a cheaper horse within his budget, one that may have just above-average ability in order to give him some fun on the racecourse. Sadly though, even at this level, the economics just don’t make sense to him anymore – even a £20,000 purchase equates to approximately £40,000 investment in year one, with a further £20,000 required to be paid in year two. How many Mr Joneses

Tattersalls top lots 2008-2013 showing increase of high priced lots in 2013 Year

Nos 50,000gns+

2013 50 2012 52 2011 49 2010 38 2009 49 2008 51

100,000gns+ 34 22 22 29 31 40

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breeze-up review View on the 2yo sale season “The market was very strong for nice horse who ticked all the boxes – had a pedigree, good conformation and out in a good breeze. “The middle to bottom market is still quite difficult, even though it was a bit more solid than previous year.” Willie Brown, Mocklershill “Well, it was a great year for us and we had our best sale of the last few years. “There was clearly more money around, particularly from Qatar, but having said that the recession isn’t over and we still need new investors to come into the industry. “When new buyers get involved, it helps everybody. In the past, we were reliant on a select group of buyers and we perhaps might have bought a yearling by a sire that we thought they might like. “Similarly, we bought colts who we thought might suit the Hong Kong market. “There’s a certain pressure involved in that and that’s not how we started out. “But with new owners, we can now buy yearlings by a variety of sires, while fillies are more attractive than they have been previously. This suits everybody. Emma O’Gorman, Seven Springs Emma O’Gorman: had a “great year”

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The two-year-old sales in Britain and Ireland are very much becoming the preserve of the super-rich

can afford to spend £60,000 on two years’ worth of leisure entertainment? How many racehorses will win back a decent proportion of that outlay on the racecourse? Even if the cash is available, how many Mr Joneses think that buying a racehorse is a suitable vehicle for their entertainment cash – be it personal or business? And this level of horse, unless it breaks its genetic mould or can outrun its pedigree, is unlikely to be of suitablility for sale to Hong Kong, and the US also has limited appeal to those buying with the view to selling on with form under its belt. Furthermore, with the pressure to produce speedy horses able to clock the required times, it is a tricky market in which to buy that one special horse for a client. It means that buyers are very picky whom they buy from – they like to buy from vendors whom they can trust not to have revved the horse up into an untrainable state, will be honest in an assessment of likely ability and won’t, as far as possible, have caused an injury waiting to happen by pressing on too

quickly with a baby racehorse. Furthermore, with the standard of some of the horses possibly lower at the breeze-up than in former years due to aforementioned pressure of pin-hook purchase at the yearling sales, no self-respecting trainer or agent will be advising Mr Jones to spend on lower-level individuals with “issues”, whether they are physical, pedigree or veterinary. As Mr Jones can’t afford to buy at the top, then he is left without options, unless he waits for the next round of yearling sales. With the continuing decline and uncertainties in Italian racing, there were few players from the country to play at the lower levels, while the continued expansion of the Arqana sale and the ongoing value of purchasing a French premium qualified horse, few from France need to visit a breezeup sale on the far side of the Channel. The two-year-old sales in Britain and Ireland are very much becoming the preserve of the super-rich, without the lower level owner being able to get involved due to reasons of economics.

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13 Royal Ascot winners Tattersalls Sold Graduates won 13 races at Royal Ascot, more than double all other Sales Companies combined.

LETHAL FORCE Group 1 Diamond Jubilee Stakes sold 2010 Tattersalls Ireland September Yearling Sale by Timogue Stables to Clive Cox for €8,500

FORGOTTEN VOICE Listed Wolferton Handicap

DUNTLE Group 2 Duke of Cambridge Stakes

BELGIAN BILL Royal Hunt Cup

RIZEENA Group 2 Queen Mary Stakes (pictured middle) sold 2012 Tattersalls October Yearling Sale Book 2 by Round Hill Stud to Rabbah Bloodstock for 50,000 gns

CHIBERTA KING Queen Alexandra Stakes Sold 2007 Tattersalls October Yearling Sale Book 1 by Watership Down Stud to Andrew Balding for 30,000 gns

THOMAS CHIPPENDALE Group 2 Hardwicke Stakes

ELIDOR King George V Stakes sold 2010 Tattersalls December Foal Sale by Trickledown Stud to Gill Richardson Bloodstock for 120,000 gns

LEADING LIGHT Group 3 Queen’s Vase sold 2011 Tattersalls October Yearling Sale Book 1 by Glenvale Stud to Demi O’Byrne for 520,000 gns

OPINION Duke Of Edinburgh Handicap

KIYOSHI Group 3 Albany Stakes (pictured right) sold 2012 Tattersalls October Yearling Sale Book 2 by Ladyswood Stud to David Redvers Bloodstock for 80,000 gns sold 2011 Tattersalls December Foal Sale by Manor Farm Stud to Brady Bloodstock for 32,000 gns

WELL SHARP Ascot Stakes

sold 2009 Tattersalls December Foal Sale by Airlie Stud to John Walsh for 78,000 gns

sold 2010 Tattersalls October Yearling Sale Book 1 by Glenvale Stud to Sir Robert Ogden for 375,000 gns

sold 2006 Tattersalls October Yearling Sale Book 1 By Watership Down Stud to John Warren for 230,000 gns

sold 2009 Tattersalls October Yearling Sale Book 2 by Wickfield Stud to Grove Stud for 55,000 gns

sold 2010 Tattersalls October Yearling Sale Book 1 by Ballylinch Stud to John Warren Bloodstock for 210,000 gns

sold 2011 Tattersalls Autumn Horses in Training Sale by Denton Hall Stables to Jonjo O’Neill for 250,000 gns sold 2009 Tattersalls October Yearling Sale Book 1 by Voute Sales to Michael Dods for 80,000 gns

BERKSHIRE Listed Chesham Stakes (pictured left) sold 2012 Tattersalls October Yearling Sale Book 2 by Newsells Park Stud to Paul Cole for 60,000 gns

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red cadeaux

What makes a horse such as Red Cadeaux so remarkable?

He is not a real superstar, but Paul Haigh thinks the global traveller is just great

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t is not his talent which, although considerable and arguably still developing, is hardly the kind to make the racing world gasp in astonishment. Until his two most recent runs connections even had doubt about his best trip. After his late-charging second in the Dubai World Cup there was some reason to believe the son of sprinter Cadeaux Genereux out of a Peintre Celebre mare might be as good at the Classic distance as he’s proved himself over much further. But following Animal Kingdom’s muchexcused eclipse in the Queen Anne, Dubai’s showpiece now looks as though it may have been a pretty ordinary event. Now Red Cadeaux’s been comprehensively outpaced in both the Singapore Airlines International Cup and The Prince of Wales Stakes, Ed Dunlop will have a pretty good idea his best trip isn’t 1m2f. He is a good solid stayer, doesn’t do anything in a hurry, does what he does do every time, likes to grind down the opposition and seek out their weaknesses, doesn’t get heartbroken if he can’t. What makes him remarkable – no, extraordinary – is the way he’s been campaigned, the way he’s stood up to the campaign and even thrived on it. What makes him an object of interest to everyone is the way he’s changed views on what is and is not possible for a decent horse who enjoys his racing. If he’d stayed at home he would have been respected and recognised as one of those solid long-distance horses who are always around in the Cups ready to put their hands up if the better fancied others don’t much feel like it that day. He probably wouldn’t have been a

staying “legend” like one of the multiple Gold Cup winners at Ascot because he’s probably not that good. As a winner of the Hong Kong Vase, placed in the Spring Tenno Sho and the Dubai World Cup and beaten a lip in a Melbourne Cup he cannot be described as anything but a Group 1 horse. But there are Group 1s and there are Group 1s, and he is not exceptional at the highest level even over 1m4f plus. He has won only five races out of 32, climbing as he’s done so from a rating of 72 to a lofty 121. He’s never brilliant: just a steady game improver, the kind of horse everyone in racing loves. How his career might have gone if he’d not been campaigned so adventurously is obviously a subject for guesswork. But as a gelding and a durable one, he would very likely have stuck around at or near the top of the staying ranks in Britain until eight or nine, and then perhaps been given a try over hurdles to see if he might be good enough for Cheltenham. That’s what people do with older staying geldings in Britain. It hardly ever works. If you had to put a guess on the likely total of his career earnings you’d probably say around £400,000. Okay, half a million, tops. In the prize-money desert that is British racing and with the standard of staying horse, it’s hard to see how it could be much more. Then what? Injury over the obstacles maybe. A happy retirement in a lush green paddock if he’s lucky. Something else if he’s not. Instead, the seven-year-old is an international celebrity and he has fans in Australia, Japan, Hong Kong and Dubai, far more than he’d ever have won after years of worthy toil in Britain. He’s earned more prize money than Frankel (£3,250,000 to the paragon’s £2,998,000) and more important

The seven-year-old is an international celebrity and he has fans in Australia, Japan, Hong Kong and Dubai

he’s still doing what he loves, which is travelling the world taking on anyone who fancies it over whatever distance he’s asked to race. His enthusiasm remains entirely undimmed. Even in the Prince of Wales when Al Kazeem, Mukhdaram and co left him flatfooted at the turn he was still keeping on all the way up the straight as though to say: “This is what I do and I’m doing it. I’m one of those horses who likes to beat the ones he can beat, even if the flash boys are sometimes just too far in front”. He is obviously a tremendous credit to his trainer, but Dunlop is quick to pay tribute to the enterprise of his owner, former Hong Kong Jockey Club chairman Ronald Arculli. “Ronnie Arculli is very involved, and very willing to have him run anywhere. For example he spent £100,000 to supplement him for the Dubai World Cup, and that decision got its reward. “It’s got to the stage now where we can hardly call this an English horse. It’s a new thing from my point of view to find a horse with his responsiveness to acclimatisation.

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If he was a Premier League footballer any manager would like to have him in his team because he’s so willing and so versatile To a large extent the travelling works in his favour because he likes doing things on his own rather than working with a string at Newmarket and the individual attention he gets when he travels obviously suits him.” Nobody knows Red Cadeaux better than Dunlop’s travelling head man Robin Trevor-Jones, who has been with him on every one of his travels as he was with Dunlop’s two even more distinguished globetrotters, the fillies Ouija Board and Snow Fairy. Red Cadeaux’s invariable travelling companion is, as you might expect, positively effusive about the horse and his attitude. “If he was a Premier League footballer any manager would like to have him in his team because he’s so willing and so versatile,” says Trevor-Jones. “His character is absolutely fabulous. He’s one of the nicest horses I’ve ever known. He’s kind, but he’s playful too. I can crawl around him putting bandages on him and he never turns a hair. Really, you can trust him as far as you can trust any horse.” It wouldn’t be correct to say Red Cadeaux has been a life changer for Trevor-Jones. “The girls [Ouija Board and Snow Fairy] started me off on this and I think the experience of travelling with them has been a help to him because I’ve seen so much nothing’s a shock to me now. “The owner has been a tremendous help, of course. For example, when he travelled to Japan he pays for him to have his own box

Red Cadeaux heads out with Robin Trevor-Jones for the Prince of Wales’s Stakes. It was not a winning day for the horse, but Red Cadeaux’s travel bag will be packed again this autumn

and that makes a huge difference. It reduces the chances of travel sickness. And then he paid to fly his farrier out when he needed him in Japan.” Obviously Dunlop himself, with his home team to run, cannot spend every minute of his time on the road with his latest international

standard bearer, but he has implicit faith in Trevor-Jones. “If he can’t be on the spot, Ed says that I’m the one who’s there on the ground and to an extent he leaves things down to me. Basically, we talk on the phone and he tells me what he wants, but if things change it’s down to me”.

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red cadeaux Dunlop is a very un-controlling type of controller. “It’s the same with Gerald [Mosse],” says Trevor-Jones. “In Dubai we told him to hang onto him and go when you think, and if you

can get him into the money, great”. Where the biggest prize-money winner currently operating out of Britain goes next is open to some question. Dunlop wanted to run him in the King

George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot at the end of July because it a race for which he feels an affection inherited from his father John, but whether that’s a feasible option after the chestnut failed to land a blow in the Prince of Wales has to be questionable. “After that he’ll be off travelling again to Australia and Hong Kong. I’m thinking of the Caulfield Cup rather than the Melbourne Cup and then he can go on to try and win the Vase again,” smiles Dunlop. You might think that any horse who’s racked up so many air miles and delivered such consistency wherever he’s gone must be some kind of exemplar of soundness and physical perfection, but in fact he’s always had his flaws. “He was a rig,” reminds Trevor-Jones, “so he got himself well-handicapped early which may have worked to his advantage. Then he had both testicles removed at the end of his three-year-old career, but he was still a weak horse then. “He was like a two-year-old when he was three, like a three-year-old when he was four. He owes a lot to his vet Dr Mike Shepherd, and he was very well bought by Charlie Gordon-Watson. “If you look at the third page of his pedigree you’re talking a million quids’ worth of horse not 58,000gns, but there was no way of knowing how he’d develop gradually.” Dunlop points out the horse we’ll soon have to start calling ‘the old boy’ doesn’t even have perfect legs. “He’s not got the best feet on him. He’s got a lot of miles on the clock now and Ronnie and I are always prepared for the time he hits the flat spot and decides he’s had enough. But he’s become very popular now. People like him. He’s not a Frankel, but he’s a trier, and people love that.” “Everywhere he goes people want to have their photograph taken with him,” says Trevor-Jones proudly. Red is the lucky colour in his owner’s home town. What this horse has got is seemingly limitless enthusiasm and joie de vivre. Those are very special gifts. Trevor-Jones has journeyed around the world with Ouija Board (pictured here after winning the Breeders’ Cup) Snow Fairy and Red Cadeaux. He says travelling with the “girls” was a great help to him as “nothing is a shock” to him now

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Bob’s Worth gallops to Gold Cup glory

The Golden Girl Lois Eadie has not only found success, writes Lissa Oliver, as an artist, but also as the breeder of this year’s Gold Cup winner,

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eaders of racing publications may already be familiar with the name Lois Eadie – she is breeder of none other than this year’s Cheltenham Gold Cup hero Bob’s Worth – but it may come as a surprise to many to learn that Eadie is also a gifted artist, and rather than concentrating on painting horses, looks elsewhere for her inspiration. “It was my best subject at school, I would rather do art than maths,” confesses Eadie. “My mother and father both dabbled a bit, my mother did more drawing, but my father painted in watercolours, so I always had an interest.” Eadie had family in Mayo and they spent most of their holidays along the inspiring Mayo and Donegal coast. “My father loved Paul Henry’s pictures and I adore Henry and those tremendous landscapes,” she says. “I love to do seascapes and the coast they are so wild and inspiring.”

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lois eadie These days she regularly holidays in Brittany and finds the wild and dangerous French coast equally captivating. “We go to Donegal and Connemara and I love doing the coast there, but Brittany has such a dramatic coast, so dangerous. Because it’s such a wild coast there are a great number of lighthouses and I’ve painted two of them, using a knife and very thick oil paint, which I think works best in capturing movement. “I sometimes do a whole painting with just brush work, particularly landscapes, but I’m inclined to do seascapes more with the knife, to get the movement of the water. It’s very satisfying to do thicker paint with a knife.” Like many a great artist, Eadie travelled to Italy, but it was horses and not art that took her to Florence. “Initially I went to Italy to work with horses, because I wanted to learn Italian,” she recollects. “I worked with showjumpers, first just outside of Turin and then moved to a yard just outside Florence. It was fabulous because I then managed to combine both art and horses and visited a lot of galleries.” Even so, the horses always came first and Eadie needs to know they are perfectly settled, even now, before she can relax and paint. “From leaving school and working, and then having my own family and horses, it’s only been in recent years that I’ve been able to return to painting, it has really just been in the last 15 years that I’ve begun to get more time,” she admits. “I have to make sure of the horses first before I can paint. When they’re turned out for the summer and I can be sure of not being distracted, then I settle down to paint.” Neither has she been tempted to become an equestrian artist. “I did one or two horses, but I see them every day and have worked with them all my life, so when it comes to painting I don’t do them.” Painting, then, is definitely a means of escape and relaxation, something to be done in the comfort of home, rather than on the spot. “If I’ve time I’ll do a rough sketch to remind me of colours, maybe take a rough note, very lightly,” she reveals. “I

I love to do seascapes and the coast they are so wild and inspiring

After leaving school, Lois Eadie took herself off to Italy to learn the language, but while in the country she indulged her twin passions of horses and art. The horses subsequently gained precedence and it has only been in recent years that Eadie has had the time to devote herself to art – although she has also achieved the not insignificant feat of breeding a Gold Cup winner!

take lots and lots of photos and finish the pictures at home. I’ll spend several weeks, or even months, working on a painting. Sometimes it’s best to let the oil dry slightly before going back in to do the next bit. Sometimes a painting can come straight from the heart and when it does, I can do it quite quickly, it just comes in a flash.” She manages to make it sound quite effortless, although, of course, even someone with a natural gift has to learn method and medium. “When I came to Fermanagh I started going to classes in the Tech,” she explains, before adding that in the end that was not enough. “I found I wasn’t advancing as quickly as I wanted to so I then found

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Eadie loves painting landscapes and sea scenes – her pictures of lighthouses developed after time holidaying along the wild coastline of Brittany

Brian Coulter in Donegal and he taught individuals privately. “I started going to him and it was fabulous. It was total peace and quiet, with no one knocking on the door or ringing on the phone. And I went for a day every so often. “Then I joined a big art group in Fermanagh, but it was a lot more social and I

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found that quite distracting. Brian decided to start a small group and picked five of us, and I was one of the five. He called the group Art By North West and there are six of us now. “The main aim is to meet once a month and go to his studio. We all get on so well together and everyone has different styles, which is so interesting to see. We try to exhibit once or twice a year. We have held exhibitions in Sligo, Dunshaughlin, Slane and at various venues in Fermanagh. “The Arts Festival in Enniskillen is for a week in October and that’s our main

When I’m painting I totally switch off and lose all sense of time, the day just passes in a flash

exhibition of the year. We usually have a big opening and drinks’ reception and last October Lord Belmore kindly agreed to officially open the exhibition. The Rainy Day Enniskillen Main Street was the first picture to sell. “To see the red dot on a picture is very rewarding; you feel someone actually wanted one of your paintings and it encourages you to keep going. It’s a great satisfaction. “Sometimes though people drop in at home and see me painting and I sell a few pictures that way, but a lot are bought as presents for Christmas, birthdays, anniversaries. I’ve sold quite a few paintings to the racing community, a few to the people at Tattersalls including the late David Pimm, who bought a painting of Kynsna Bay, near Cape Town, for his wife Jean, because they used to holiday there a lot. Madeline Hillman and the late George Mernagh also bought pictures. It’s not hard to part with paintings; I’m always just absolutely thrilled anyone wants to buy one.” Of course, Eadie hasn’t yet been tempted to completely swap the thrill of an exhibition red dot for the thrill of the Tattersalls ring, even though, as she points out: “It’s so different to horses! It’s very, very relaxing. I have to be totally relaxed before I start to paint, with no commitments to the horses. If I’m satisfied that I have a free day, then I get in the mood and I feel I really want to paint. At busy times you can’t concentrate, you just have to put it aside for a while. “When I’m painting I totally switch off and lose all sense of time, the day just passes in a flash. I might have been painting all day, but it only seems like an hour. I just work away in my own little world. Sometimes you come back to a painting the next day and find something to enlarge upon, you see it with fresh eyes the next day.” Bobs Worth was the second foal out of Fashionista, who was bred by Jim Bolger (the master and breeder’s hand evident even here). Eadie and her husband Roland has since sold Fashionista to County Kilkenny breeder Godfrey Greene, who has since produced a filly and a colt by Presenting, with the colt being sold as a foal to John O’Byrne at the Tattersalls Ireland November Sale in 2011 for €44,000. Now that Eadie has cut back to just one broodmare, we can hope that there’ll be many more paintings to come, but for our equine world it is always going to be as a breeder of much-loved National Hunt horses that Eadie

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All that now remains is looking forward to the next season and seeing Bob’s Worth in the winners’ enclosure again! will be best known. “Fourteen of the 16 foals I’ve bred have gone on to win in Ireland and the UK, the best being Bob’s Worth and King’s Road, who have both won the Hennessy Gold Cup at Newbury,” she smiles, adding: “To breed two Hennessy winners is just a dream. Nicky Henderson is wonderful at getting Bob’s Worth to his peak, he has a great team and Barry Geraghty gets on so well with him. We’re so fortunate the horse went to Nicky. “We go to Cheltenham every year to see him run and he’s won five times, he’s unbeaten at Cheltenham. When he hits the hill at Cheltenham he just flies and he hates anything to pass him. “His Gold Cup win was unbelievable. It

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still hasn’t really sunk in yet. People are still coming up to me and congratulating me and I find it difficult to take in. It’s a breeder’s dream and I do appreciate it and I’m humbled that I’ve had a horse good enough to do that. It’s amazing. “It’s ongoing, you don’t realise until you’ve a horse of that calibre; there have been so many awards and presentations and events.” Despite Eadie’s undoubted talent as an equine artist, it’s not easy to speak to her without the topic turning to horseracing! “The one sore point I have is that breeders’ prizes in Ireland and the UK are not reciprocated,” she says. “I think it’s a great pity that the ITBA and

TBA between them can’t organise a reciprocal agreement. Breeders’ prizes make a huge difference to small breeders who may be struggling, it would help towards stallion nominations, but all of those British breeders’ prizes won by Irish-bred horses are just sitting there, unpaid. “I feel the breeder has been forgotten. The owner, the trainer, the jockey and even the winning groom all receive prizes, but the breeder gets nothing. “In many cases the broodmare has already been sold on or died, it’s such a long time between foaling and winning a good race in National Hunt. The powers that be should work together, it’s one thing they need to sort out.” While it can safely be left to others to consider the plight of the smaller NH breeder, for Eadie it has been truly an annus mirabilis. “All that now remains is looking forward to the next season and seeing Bob’s Worth in the winners’ enclosure again!” That is a sentiment echoed by us all.


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The Kelpies in Chicago. These are the maquettes produced by Scott as prototypes ahead of the 30m final work, which is being installed now at The Helix regeneration project on the coast of Scotland

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ewmarket is unique as the only town of its size in Britain that can boast of horseracing as its core industry. When driving to horseracing’s HQ from Six Mile Bottom, one of the first indications of this horseracing heritage apart from the outlying stud farms, is the statue of the rearing horse on the roundabout by the entrance to the July Course. It is a dignified piece and one very much seen as an icon of Newmarket, however large equine sculptures, unlike the town, are not unique and if you travel to the west coast of Scotland, you’ll find a number of other huge equine sculptures dotted around the Glasgow roadside. While they are not found rearing on a roundabout, and are clearly more working horse than racehorse, they are nevertheless important local landmarks with community importance. The steel-coated equines are the work of Andy Scott, who happily admits he is not a “horse person”, but rather an artist, who on his career path, has discovered a talent for sculpting gigantic outdoor steel framed structures, which are frequently equine in nature.

His biggest project has been “The Kelpies”, two 30m high stainless steel-plated horse heads and a piece that was awarded the “Best Equine Sculpture in the World” by Arthorse magazine. They form a key part of The Helix programme, a regeneration project of 350 acres of land between Falkirk and Grangemouth driven by a partnership of Falkirk Council and Scottish Canals. The project was awarded £25 million by the Big Lottery Fund’s Living Landmarks programme, with The Kelpies guarding the canal link connecting the Firth of Forth with the Clyde. The Kelpies, which will be the size of a 100ft building and will tower the Angel of the North by 15m, will be the biggest equine structures in Britain. They have been built by SH Structures, which used laser to scan Scott’s 3m maquettes (scale models) and precisely create 3D digital pictures. The fabricators have cut stainless steel replicas using a method adopted by shipbuilders and the finished heads are due to be erected as we write. The Kelpies were planned to have functional as well as an aesthetic purpose – operating the first lock on the east end of the Forth-Clyde canal near Falkirk by means of a rocking head. Sadly

Above, Scott in his welding gear in his studio, a converted former garage workshop. Left, Scott’s Clydesdale at the Easterhouse business park, the first public work he completed and his first giant horse. Scott begins his sculptures by drawing the outline of the shape he wants in chalk on his workshop floor. He then makes a basic, 2D steel frame of the shape, getting the basic outline of the horse. Then he adds in the detail and the more intricate rods, bending the contours to get the 3D shape and the muscle detail. On some pieces such as The Kelpies the work is clad in stainless steel. When we visited his workshop, Scott was pondering the problem of body load on the light steel tendons, fetlocks and joints – he faces exactly the same problems that every racehorse trainer has to deal with.

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andy scott that aspiration was removed due to changes in the water volumes of the canal. The Kelpies are, understandably, very close to Scott’s heart. “It is nerve-wracking when you let go of a project and I think I was most nervous when I

was going to the factory in England to see how things were progressing,” remembers Scott. “But SH Structures have really got into the project and have taken great pride in the job, it couldn’t have worked out better. It is fantastic when the work takes on a life and

those involved really get caught up in it. “Atkins Engineers, who were in charge of the wind testing and structural checks which the scale of the piece demanded, had the same attitude too, which was great. Often when you meet engineers they will tell you that certain parts won’t work and its for you to sort it out – Atkins were quite the reverse and told me ‘you’re the sculptor, you get on with that, let us deal with engineering work so that the project will happen. “When you sail in from Europe, the first thing you will see will be these colossal heads welcoming you to Scotland,” added Scott.

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It’s not just horses... as Scott says he is quite “good at doing butts too!” This is Arria, who overlooks the A80 at Cumbernauld, just outside Glasgow

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uch of Scott’s work has been for public projects, although that has been something that has developed by itself, he admits that once you get known for doing certain types of work and to a certain sort of scale that you can become bracketed in that niche. However, it is clear that Scott has no problem with this, has a great sense of community and sees his work as an important part of the landscape, as well as a catalyst for change and regeneration. “The sculptures need to be of a subject that has a sense of place, a sense of belonging,” he explains. “It has to be work that the public can engage with, that they can see the pieces for what they are. The community has to have a sense of ownership, have pride in the pieces. “My work, and work like mine, is in the forefront of the trenches – that if people begin to like it then it can open their eyes to culture and art. The work can get people thinking in a different way than perhaps they might have done before. “It also means that if the public can engage with the work, it is naturally protected and will be safe. “In addition, much of the work has been placed in regeneration areas and has helped to revitalize regions as part of a bigger plan.” The first equine statuesque figure designed by Scott was a Clydesdale for the Easterhouse area of Glasgow, formerly a run-down part of the city that was zoned for redevelopment into a business park and whose developers felt was in need of an iconic landmark. “I was one of four in running for the project in 1997,” says Scott, a graduate of


andy scott the Glasgow School of Art. “I came up with the idea of the Clydesdale – the heavy horses were such an intricate part of the fabric of Glasgow, the boat building and the heavy industry, the working city that was Glasgow. “I saw them as an analogy for Glasgow, where in the 1990s there was a drive for art and culture. The heavy horses have also changed – they are now generally seen at shows in ribbons and plaits rather than pulling drays and moving the raw materials for heavy industry. It was a nice piece of methodology symbolising the changing city. “Photos of the Clydesdale are now used on the logos and signs for the region and the business park, my steel horse has become the landmark as intended.” That first completed piece for Scott, who after leaving college worked on all sorts of small projects ranging from interior design to building props for the theatre, started to define his subsequent career path. “I began to see the horse as a theme for my work and developed an affinity for horses as a muse, as a subject,” explains the sculptor, who has had no training in the anatomy of the horse. “When you look at the horse in art it is a theme that has been used throughout history. You know that you are playing with the big boys, there is legacy there and you are up against some stiff competition. “After doing the Clydesdale I was asked to participate in Sculpture by the Sea, an outdoor exhibition in Sydney. I had only six weeks to get something ready so I thought I ought to do something I knew so I did another Clydesdale. The piece was given the most fabulous position overlooking Bondi Beach. “That second piece really helped to established me as a horse sculptor and now horses are the main part of my portfolio, and I am not a horsey type by any means!” he laughs. Despite this lack of equine background, Scott exhibits signs that he could have been a very natural horseman – he has learnt and remembered the positions of equine muscles and tendons using feel and touch (alongside photographs), while he also has a genuine affinity for the horse that goes beyond mere commercial gain. “I am intrigued by the relationship that humans have with the horse, the symbolism that they evoke and the spiritual link that happens between horse and human, that horses can be imbued with human sentiment and emotion,” sentimentalises Scott, a

When you look at the horse in art it is a theme that has been used throughout the history. You know that you are playing with the big boys realist who goes on to explain that: “But to be honest, once you have done one or two commissions of a theme or genre, then someone will get in touch who likes your work, and then another and another and it can spiral from there. “I suppose I am a bit wary that I might be becoming known for only one subject matter, but it is not a problem that keeps me awake at night!”

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cott now has 15 or 16 prominent equine sculptures in Scotland and England, and his work is so well known in Scotland that the tourist board has established an “Andy Scott Sculpture Tour” around his pieces in Glasgow. Scott’s talent has also been recognised in the US – the smaller 3m maquettes produced for The Kelpies were exhibited in Chicago as pieces in their own right. They were placed on the bank by Lake Michigan with the city’s skyline as backdrop. A private collector in the US resident has since commissioned Scott to produce six giants, a project to be finished in April 2014. Who says if you are involved in horses you will never make any money…! Despite being “arty”, commercial realities are never far away from Scott’s thoughts. The native Glaswegian rents a former garage work shop as his studio in one of the “poorest areas” of Glasgow, and realizes that he must continue to push for his work to sell. “The art colleges all presume that a student from each year is going to become the next Damien Hurst of Tracey Emin. It is a completely flawed concept and it is something that just does not happen; artists and sculptors of that quality come around once in a generation. “So what if a student goes on to win the Turner prize? That is only worth £20,000 and that isn’t going to last long! “Art is a fickle, weird world and I spent much of my thirties worrying about what everyone else was doing, and why didn’t I get

a commission when a competitor did – now I just do my own thing, get on with my own job and get pieces moved on. “I don’t want work around for too long – I have a friend with a room full of unsold work, he calls it his ‘a Cathedral of my Failure’, it is not a room I wish to add to my studio.” As for all artists, marketing, chasing up new work and “schmoozing” are jobs that are difficult to accomplish while you are busy with current projects and Scott freely admits that he often only thinks of what to do next when a job – albeit that he will have two or three works on the go at a time – has been completed. Scott once employed a number of “subsculptors” to help with the work load, as well as, amazingly, operating a second studio in Queensland at Currumbin Beach, however the change in the economy and the need for his own piece of mind meant that he has scaled back, returning to a one-man band operation. “I am very busy, but I’d rather go crazy trying to get on top of things than going crazy trying to feed all those mouths,” he says. “I was taking on projects just for the work and not taking on work that I wanted to do; it was not the right mindset for me at all. It was a difficult decision to make to lay people off, but it was the right one.” The Kelpies project, which has been six years in the running, came along just at the right time and has since been all-encompassing for Scott, who has never held a gallery exhibition of his work. “When the commission came along at Easterhouse, I knew that I was finally doing what I wanted to do. “Now this is me – I haven’t got any more tricks!” Who knows, perhaps the talented sculptor from Scotland could turn his hand from heavy horses to racehorses and a roundabout on the north side of the unique town that is Newmarket could gain its own a lifesize, steel-framed horse to rival the rearing horse by the racecourse.

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Busy being an artist

Equine and sporting artist, SEA award winner and a painter of Flamingos, Jeremy Houghton is busy making up time on his late start at art. Sally Duckett finds out more

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eremy Houghton’s equestrian art maybe going through a black and white monochromatic period, but his life as an artist is anything but. The North Cotswolds-based painter has recently had his art shown at two concurrent exhibitions in India, taken work to Baltimore in the US, last year was selected as an official Olympic artist, has been given exclusive access to paint Frankel and has recently returned from a road trip across Europe taking in some of the continent’s most exclusive locations where he painted Aston Martin cars as part of the company’s 100-year anniversary celebrations. As Houghton, winner of the 2012 Society of Equestrian Artists “Best In Show” and “Best Sporting Picture” awards, admits life has been pretty full on and has been running at a pace he won’t be able to maintain, but he certainly is enjoying things for now. He also admits that having only become a professional artist at 30 he feels very driven and highly motivated to play “catch up”, while the necessary marketing and networking to makie a success of the business side of his work is not something he finds difficult to do and, in fact, rather enjoys.

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If you go around whispering and hoping someone will hear you, well you’ll get nowhere “I do think that I am quite good at spotting opportunities and although I do spend a lot of my time behind a computer rather than an easel, it is not part of the work I’d like to delegate to another,” he reasons. “I like spotting a synergy between two businesses or people and you don’t have to be a highflyer to do that – anyone can do it. “It is all about seizing the opportunity, the moment. Look I hate waving my flag saying how great I am as much as anyone, but you have to do that a certain amount to get the ball rolling. Once you have done it, then others will do it for you; if you go around whispering and hoping someone will hear

you, well you’ll get nowhere.” Houghton’s efforts have certainly started to get him noticed by the right people and he can comfortably now call himself a “professional” artist, whose pictures earn him and his family a living. But it has all come late to Houghton, now in his late 30s, who originally left Eton to become a lawyer. “My school reports were always rubbish, apart from art. I had the usual ‘proper job’ conversation with my parents when I left school and as Dad was a lawyer, I went and did a law degree at Exeter – but I didn’t really like it!” recounts Houghton. “My car at the time was a camper van and at every opportunity I went down to the coast to paint.” After some work experience and commuting to London, a way of life which he thought was “completely insane”, Houghton took a job as a teacher in Oxford for the simple reason that “it was a paid job that gave long holidays and allowed me to paint”. Oxford led to a teaching position in South Africa where he stayed for six years. “I think in Cape Town I had that ‘boy to man experience’ and being in South Africa enabled me to decide that art was my thing and what


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After completing a law degree and then spending some time working as a teacher, Jeremy Houghton decided to follow his heart making his living as a professional artist

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I realised that I could do work that I liked and match it up with the right person I wanted to do,” he says. “I think when you are at home amongst friends and family you become very pigeonholed into who you are supposed to be – it was good to get away and become a different person. “When I came back to the UK, I drew a line under what I had done to that point and started again. I suppose in hindsight it was quite a punchy thing to do, but at the time I didn’t think it was, I was not married, had nothing to lose and actually art was the only thing I could do!” So Houghton set about making a first successful use of his contacts and networks so that he could reinvent

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Some examples of Houghton’s monochromatic equine work. The artist wants these pictures to be “timeless” pieces of work

his professional life. “I had a school mate in the army so I just went down and painted the Household Calvary, the Blues and Royals, the Kings Troop,” he remembers, adding: “It was a great thing to have done, because the army is just like one big family, they all know each other. I did a show quite early on called All The Queen’s Horses and without really promoting it, they flocked in, saw pictures of their regiment and friends, and bought the work. “That was probably a breakthrough, a bit of light bulb moment, as I realised then that I could do work that I liked and match it up with the right person.” Houghton’s work in South Africa concentrated on almost abstract images of colourful pink flamingos, but his work has taken an additional turn since he has been back home, and much of it with an equine

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These scenes I am painting are kind of timeless, they are classic shots

theme, despite the fact that he has not been formerly trained in the art of painting horses “Being based in the North Cotswolds, you are surrounded by horses and through friends and contacts it is easy to get into yards such as Jonjo’s, Kim Bailey’s and Charlie Longsdon’s. I also charge around following the hunt on foot with a camera and regularly go to Cheltenham races,” he says. “I never had training in how to draw horses and how they move, but although I am not a brilliant rider I will happily go out hunting and I think if you ride, then you understand horses, what they are like and how they move. I guess I ‘get’ horses. You can’t escape horses in this part of the world and I suppose I have capitalised on it,” he adds, looking at his pictures and realising that probably 90 per cent of his monochromatic work has an equine theme. The black and white images grew out of Houghton’s desire to produce ageless pieces of work. “I am trying to make these pictures feel like old fashion photos. These scenes I am painting are kind of timeless, they are classic shots that could have been taken yesterday, 50 years ago or 100 years ago. These country pursuits, they have been part of our fabric for years and I like to think this work embraces the past, the present and the future. I am trying to forget putting a date on them, paint them so that it doesn’t matter when they were done,” he explains. Turning the vision into reality involves the use of white paper and masking fluid, used to block out all the areas of the image which Houghton wishes to remain white. “It’s a little like at primary school when you might have used wax candle to block off the paper,” he explains. “It is a laborious task because as you are working in the negative, you have to think back to front. It takes time. But once that is done the painting is quite easy and I put on layers and washes to get the old fashioned tones. When the paint is bone dry, I rub off the masking fluid, it comes off like copex glue, and I am left with the relief. On some of them I then flick on paint to get

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the sweat, the mud, the spray – it adds to the movement while also helping to bind the white and dark areas together. “I guess that is my label, that I paint movement and light,” he reflects. “The phrase gives me lots of scope, but also a direction and I think it is important to be working on something with focus. “And while I do want to produce paintings people like, I don’t want them to be a pretty picture full stop. I want a bit more narrative, a thought process behind a body of work that is ongoing. “I like to think that my work is a bit different, that you would see a Houghton and say ‘that is a Houghton’. You create your niche, and identity and I guess that is why I have stuck with the style as it is for now.” Although equestrian scenes have recently been the bulk of Houghton’s work, horses do not have exclusivity and last year he enjoyed himself as a selected Olympic artist, which he claims modestly was the result of being in “the right place at the right time”. The need to paint movement and light was not abandoned, and Houghton spent a great deal of time at Weymouth and Portland at the sailing regatta, where he followed the sailors in a power boat armed with his trusty camera safely tucked into a clear plastic bag. “It was a little like hunting – we were going flat out to keep up with the sailors, they go so fast it was a struggle to lay up, and I was sat astride a rib holding on. It was like riding in the Grand National holding onto a camera,” he laughs.

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fter the Olympics, Houghton travelled to India where he exhibited twice – his flamingo pictures were shown in Delhi, while his Indian agent encouraged him to make use of a polo competition being held in Jodphur to show his equestrian work. While in India, Houghton meet an American who encouraged him to take his work out to Baltimore and to the hunting area of Virginia and Maryland Hunt Cup. “The equestrian world is fascinating, amazing and can take you right around the world,” says the artist. “For the US show, I learnt plenty from doing the exhibition in India. “At Delhi the exhibition was due to open at 6.30pm on a Friday evening with the world and his wife invited – at 6.00pm the pictures still had not arrived! I think I hung the last

picture at 6.29pm! “So instead I took smaller pieces to the US that fitted in my suitcase, which was also quite frightening I think I had about £50,000 worth of work in my hand luggage!” Despite this current jet-setting lifestyle, Houghton is still finding time to complete an MA in Art at Gloucester University, believing that it is important to keep learning.


jeremy houghton “As an artist you are working by yourself and you can get very insular, but as a student straight away you have two tutors to bounce ideas off,” he reasons though he laughs: “I think they hate me! I went to a public school, am from Broadway and they hate the “C” word, which to them is Commercialism. “I do find that approach to selling so defeatist because if you don’t make money

Left, Houghton with his “paint box jump” at the Broadway horse trials, and, right, the beautiful colours of the flamingo inspired the artist through his time in South Africa

I want a bit more narrative, a thought process behind a body of work that is ongoing

then you don’t paint, you end up stacking shelves in Sainsburys. As an artist you have got to be savvy and it is through networking that I have got to where I am today – wherever that might be! “The horse is synomous with money and class; it stands for everything they hate at art college. So, as my tutor likes fishing, I take some fishing pictures to him, and they like my black and white work because it is quite abstract. In these paintings I am trying to simplify things as much as possible, leave out the detail and push it as far as I can take it. They get that – they don’t just see a horse and think ‘oh you’re a toff from Broadway.’” Houghton has plenty of work lined up for the next few months – when the Aston Martin tour of Europe concludes, he is immediately off to an exhibition in the Mall Galleries. Later in the year he is showing work at an exhibition at Highgrove for the Prince of Wales’s countryside charity – he has been visiting the estate to paint – while he also has to produce his picture of Frankel, exclusive access to the champion being part of last year’s winning SEA entry, which was a painting of Sam Waley-Cohen winning the Gold Cup on Long Run. Houghton’s plan however is to take things a little easier in future. “I have been doing at least four exhibitions a month for the last year or so and it is a huge amount of work and I can’t keep it on – although it is very difficult to turn work down when lovely jobs such as the Aston Martin tour comes through the post! “But, after the Highgrove exhibition, I want to be slightly more focused and a little more choosy – I hope I can hoike up my prices and do less work for the same amount of money!” Although coming late in life to art has caused Houghton to put himself under selfinflicted pressure in order to become on par with his contemporaries, his early period in the wilderness outside the world of the professional artist is not a time he sees as having been wasted – in fact he feels it is an integral part of his day to day work. “Although planning exhibitions and all

the logistics entailed can mush your head, I would never want to just paint as I love the networking and interaction you get from that – after all you get to go out to lunches and meet US billionaires, and that is quite fun!” he smiles. “And I think that if I hadn’t done those other things – the law degree, taught and gone to South Africa – I wouldn’t be so good at the networking and marketing. “To make it as a professional artist, although you have got to be a good artist, you have got to be able to do the business side of the business and because I went into the big wide world it has helped me. “Ironically, I think if I had taken the conventional route and gone to art school, I don’t think I would be painting now.” Some of Houghton’s work is on display through to September 1 in The Estate Grill, a new restaurant at Great Fosters, Egham in Surrey. www.greatfosters.co.uk

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There have been some new initatives and developments at the Society for Equestrian Artists as the group has moved to re-invent itself in line with changing times. Debbie Burt, current acting chairman, tells Sally Duckett what has been going on, and reveals some of the SEA’s exciting plans, which includes a link-up with the Injured Jockeys’ Fund Christmas Calendar Can you tell me what the SEA aims to do?

Our mission statement says: “To promote the practice of equestrian painting and sculpture and to advance public education and appreciation of this art”.

Where is the SEA now?

We’re in our 34th year, which is really still quite young for a society. Like all societies, it was started by a group of friends, but, sadly, friends get older and the impetus can falter, so groups can end up experiencing a period of instability. When the society started in the 1970s you could do a lot for very little expense and people were happy to work for nothing. Sadly, everything now has a price and if we want to generate publicity and hold exhibitions for the artists, we have got to have money in the bank and a dedicated team to organise it all, who mostly do it for expenses only. So we have formalised our organisation, appointed a paid part-time administrator and have three new patrons. We are incredibly thankful for the generous donations made by Denford Stud and Prince Faisal, initiated three years ago – without which we would surely have ceased. We have also been lucky to receive an additional donation this year from a new patron in Lord Vestey.

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Debbie Burt at work on one of her own pieces. Burt has been proactively involved in making the most of “little tie-ups” for the SEA with other charities


sea news How do you help young equestrian artists?

It is incredibly difficult for young artists leaving art school or university to make the jump from college to professional equine artist and I would love the SEA to be in a better position to assist aspiring artists or sculptors. I won an Arabian Racing writing award last year, sponsored by HH Sheikh Hamdan and part of the prize-money included a donation to a charity of my choice – obviously I selected the one I work for! I can’t rely on winning it this year, so would love the money to be matched by another, in order to set up a bursary for an artist in their final year of education. They must demonstrate an active, genuine interest and talent for equine art. It would be up to them to identify to us what they feel would help them progress their skills – spending time on a stud farm for example, where they could constantly observe from life an equine’s development and produce a body of work which could be exhibited. I would hope that something along those lines would help bridge the gap that students face when trying to break through into the world of the professional equine artist. Colleges still don’t really support you if you want to paint horses - you are tolerated, but not popular, with your tutors. Even George Stubbs was disdainfully referred to by contemporaries as ‘Mr Stubbs, the Horse Painter’ and little has changed. Interestingly, when I was at college, the tutor derided my horse studies, until he wanted to build a rocking horse for his daughter…!

Surely talent will get young people ahead?

Sadly, talent is not enough and today you have got to be a good communicator, market your work, deal with people well, develop a good website and other social media such as twitter and Facebook – if you can’t do that yourself, you have to pay someone to do it for you. I am very lucky in that I am a good communicator and well organised, though I know I would be a better sculptor if all I had to focus on was my sculpting. Many of our artists are often husband and wife teams, with one the artist and the other dealing with the publicity, administration, logistics and exhibitions. As a professional artist, you need to have a lot of energy and drive to stay focused and really need to be able to paint or sculpt every day.

What’s this new calendar competition?

I am really excited about our Injured Jockey’s Fund (IJF) 50th Anniversary calendar competition as the images for the calendar 2014 have been selected from competition entries across our membership. There has always been a link between the SEA and the IJF, in fact Lord Oaksey was also a past President of our society. Many of our artists, including Susan Crawford HSEA, Susie Whitcombe HSEA and Neil Cawthorne HSEA, have all produced Christmas cards for the IJF. With 25,000 IJF calendars sold each year it is a huge opportunity for us to publicise the work of our artists and at our September exhibition in London we are going to include a mini exhibition to show the winning pictures, as well as those produced by the runners-up. There will be a champagne reception to launch the calendar and it should be an opportunity for both charities to reach out to new supporters.

What else is going on?

As mentioned in the Turkmenistan report (see page 78), we now have

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With 25,000 IJF calendars sold each year it is a huge opportunity for us to publicise the work of our artists and at our September exhibition in London we are going to include a mini exhibition to show the winning pictures an ongoing exhibition in the National Horseracing Museum. We will refresh the theme on a quarterly basis to a different focus – for instance, the third quarter’s exhibition will concentrate on Arabian Horse Racing to tie in with the UK Arabian Derby run as part of the July Festival, whilst the IJF Competition winners will feature in the last quarter, a boost for the IJF, whose calendars will also be on sale in the museum’s shop. Other charitable link ups have been with the Mark Davies Injured Riders Fund – holding a small, select exhibition of new work at the charity’s dinner in February which is hoped will become an annual event. We sold a few pieces and gained a number of commissions for the exhibiting artists; it was a great opportunity to get our name out there. In these straightened times it is useful for the smaller charities to pool their resources and share their followers. Another exciting new development is a link up with BHEST’s Racing To Schools project – in the next academic year, we are arranging for our members to join ‘A’ level students on the racecourse to teach them about equestrian art and capturing movement in a variety of media. We now also have links with the Pony Club and Kidney Research UK. All of these little tie-ups help our artists as it gives them greater opportunities to publicise their art – work must be seen in order to sell.

the internet news pages, even Points West, plus it led to an interview with BBC Wiltshire Radio – it was just a five-minute slot, but I made sure I plugged the SEA as much as I could! I always encourage our full members if they are exhibiting elsewhere, to include SEA after their name – it’s a small thing, but it does help. From the SEA’s point of view it is all about having our name associated with good quality work, many of our full members are also members of other societies such as the Royal Institute of Oil Painters (ROI), the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour (RI), the Royal Society of British Artists (RBA) and the Royal Society of Marine Artists (RMSA). Snow Drop: one of the snow horses in the winter Facebook competition

The calendar idea seems quite an obvious thing to do, is this all part of a new “group” approach to selling?

I think there has been a lack of “joined-up” thinking before. Artists can be quite insular and a bit over-protective of their own network and a recession exacerbates this. I rather take the opposing view – after all when do you go into someone’s house and see just one artist’s work on the wall? On a personal level, I am happy to share my contacts, they are often looking for a particular style of work and we all have different tastes after all. To my mind I would rather that happened and that the work someone might buy or commission, is by another member of the SEA. This needs to be encouraged as we are so much stronger as a whole than as individuals.

Promotion always costs money…

Yes, and you just can’t achieve a lot by word of mouth anymore, but we are always trying to find ways to do things that are free, or at a minimal cost, as we are a not-for-profit charity. We have a Facebook page that currently has 800 fans, at the current rate it will be over 1,000 by the time of our exhibition. The page started three years ago, however it was when we had the snow this winter and held an online Facebook snow horse sculpture competition that the interest doubled. It was just a bit of fun – after all, the materials are free – but it almost went viral on the internet. My own snow horse was on many of

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When and where is the annual exhibition this year?

The Horse In Art 2013 will run from September 9-14 at the Mall Galleries, London – returning there after a break due to the Olympics. We were at The Menier in Southwark last year, and though it was less expensive to hire and the artists loved the gallery, unfortunately the location just didn’t get the footfall we needed for sales. However, Racing UK visited to do an extensive feature, which was fantastic, both for us and our prize sponsors. With so much racing cancelled last winter, which though not great for racing perhaps, was excellent for us as the Racing UK half-hour programme was repeated quite a lot. We hope they will film again this year, the IJF calendar winners’ work being an added attraction, as viewers will then be able to purchase images of our artists work in the calendar long after the exhibition has closed. We have been concentrating on raising the standard at the exhibition and Prince Faisal’s donation has helped us to do that.


sea news The Best In Show Award of £1,000 is sponsored by Denford Stud and has enabled us to attract both old and new artists to exhibit. In the first year it went to one of our founding members in Susie Whitcombe HSEA and in 2012 to new member, Jeremy Houghton. Another change for 2013, is the extension of our private view hours to include viewing during the day. The evening is always extremely popular and it can make it difficult for serious buyers to appreciate the work on show. Anyone who is interested in attending should contact our secretary or visit our website: www.equestrianartists.co.uk.

Do you have to be an SEA member to show at the exhibition?

No not at all, though the most prestigious prize, the Cuneo Medal for the “most meritorious group of work” at the exhibition can only be won by a full member.

How are pictures judged for inclusion?

Given that we have members from around the world, let alone across the UK, we operate an optional pre-selection process, whereby an artist can email digital images, which are then assessed as to their likelihood of acceptance. This can save transport costs and enable artists to liaise and lift share to “Handing In Day”, which is when the work passes before the same judging panel. This is made up of full and honorary members and invited outsiders, which in the past has included Nick Price from the British Sporting Art Trust and Geoffrey Hughes of the Osborne Studio Gallery, who has recently become a patron.

When do they have to be put forward by?

The closing date for entries for non-members and all levels of membership, bar full and honorary, is August 1. Entry forms are available from the secretary or can be downloaded from our website.

How do you become a member of the SEA and what are the benefits for artists? What if you can’t draw, but love art and want to know what the SEA is up to?

The first stage of membership is as a “friend” and costs just £30 (£12 for under 18’s). No artistic ability is required at that level and everyone receives our quarterly newsletter, which may include artist profiles, details of exhibitions (to view or enter) and other news of interest, including opportunities to attend day or residential workshops for artists around the UK. It is hoped that we may also introduce a “Christmas Lecture” or similar for our less active membership in the future. However, for the serious artist, you can then apply to be an “associate” by submitting work for assessment by the promotions panel, which comprises full members. The premise is that you are basically working as a professional (full time or part-time) so in addition to your portfolio, your commitment, for example exhibitions held, your website and sketchbooks, may also be taken into consideration. To progress to full membership requires at least two items of work to be accepted for the annual exhibition, in two years of a three-year period. The artist must then secure sponsorship by two full members and is then invited to submit a portfolio at the AGM for consideration by the full members. Promotion entitles the use of SEA after your name, up to six works hung in the Annual Exhibition – as opposed to four for associates, three for friends and two for non-members.

In the next academic year, we are arranging for our members to join ‘A’ level students on the racecourse to teach them about equestrian art In addition, advertising of tuition and exhibitions in the newsletter, website and Facebook page is free to full members and their work is more likely to be used in publicity material regarding the society, though commercial and current appeal also has to be a factor.

The SEA now has some patrons?

Yes, this is a new development and the new patrons are Lord Vestey, Master of the Horse, Geoffrey Hughes of the Osborne Studio Gallery, and Peter Jensen, chairman of the British Sporting Art Trust. Hopefully, their presence will first ensure that the SEA is taken seriously and, second, they will encourage new visitors to the exhibition. Lord Vestey’s donation will enable us to further our commitment to education and promotion of equestrian art, our website for example, is sorely in need of updating, which we now hope to do over the coming year. The Osborne Studio Gallery has supported many of our artists both in solo and group shows, most recently Michelle McCullagh ASEA. We have had a long association with BSAT, as sponsors of the Best Sculpture Award and funding a place on our residential workshop in Devon.

Finally, you are a busy acting chairman, but also have a new job?

Previously I was the SEA secretary, but since our AGM, I am now acting chairman, whilst continuing as press and publicity officer and producing my own work as a sculptor and writing for the Arabian Racing Organisation. Sadly due to unforeseen circumstances, our new chair was unable to take over, so I have stepped in to ensure this year’s new initiatives are a success and no momentum is lost. However, on Gold Cup Day (whilst my neighbour’s horse was winning!!) I moved to Newmarket to take up a new job as Sir Mark Prescott’s secretary – it helps that he is also our society president! I am really enjoying the challenge of both my new roles, however we are definitely looking for a permanent chairman to take over after the exhibition, so that I may concentrate more on my sculpting.

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An eastern adventure

Debbie Burt and Michelle McCullagh travelled to Turkmenistan on a mission of equine art discovery

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Ou MIGHT Well ASk WHERE is Turkmenistan? It is probably a question that Debbie Burt, current acting chairman of the Society of Equine Artists, also asked herself when a random email floating into her inbox invited her, plus one, to join the country’s equestrian exhibition and conference entitled “Turkmen Horses and the World Art of Horse Breeding”. After hastily consulting a map – as the name suggests, the country was once part of the Soviet Union and is bordered by Afghanistan, Iran, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan and the Caspian Sea to the west – and gathering up fellow executive committee member, Michelle McCullagh as a travel buddy, the pair set out to visit Eastern Europe in April. “It was a fascinating trip,” reports Burt. “A beautiful country in quite a harsh way. There are mountainous areas, but it is flat otherwise. The architecture is a mix of old Soviet bloc concrete and new buildings put up since the discovery of natural gas – more like Dubai – the hotel we stayed in was only five months old. “The people of Turkmenistan love their horses and the weekend of the conference is a national holiday, devoted to the horse.” Burt and McCullagh took out examples of their own work – sculpture, paintings and sketch books – as well as a broad selection of prints from a number of SEA members.

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Meeting the locals: Debbie Burt, the acting chairman for the SEA, gets up close and personal with an Akhal-Teke


SEA trip to turkmenistan “We took as much as we could fit in our suitcases,” says Burt, “and it was the representational art which received the most attention from the locals. The pencil and pastel studies by full members, Cathy Spearing and Mary Herbert were particularly popular.” Burt and McCullagh were able to sketch and take photos of the country’s native horse, the Akhal-Teke, which has conformation quite unlike a western horse, as the Turkmen encourage the high head carriage, so the underside of the neck is often very developed. “To our eyes they are very herring gutted horses, like two boards nailed together, and when you drew them, the instinct was to produce something along Arabian lines, but in fact they mostly have oblong, flat heads,” explains Burt. “At first glance they appear to have a long back, but actually they have big shoulders, a long wither and shorter or longer legs -depending on the bloodline. It’s very deceptive, as when you measure from the end of the withers to the quarters, they are not that long at all. “From an artist’s view point they are a different shape to what we are used

We took as much art out as we could fit in our suitcases and it was representational art which received the most attention

newly built hippodromes on the outskirts of the capital Ashgabat. The President, Gurbanguly Berdymukhamedov opened proceedings by winning a 6f race for riding instructors,

dressed in traditional riding costume. Interestingly, the winning times on what appeared to be a predominantly sand-based surface would be comparable with low-grade thoroughbred events, the two 1m3f races

Above, the winner of the “Most Beautiful Horse” competition at the Turkmen Horses and the World Art of Horse Breeding exhibition. There is an uncanny resemblance of the Akhal-Teke horse above to John Wootton’s picture below entitled “The Duke of Rutland’s Bonny Black”, painted circa 1715. Ongoing research is being carried out to find whether a link can be traced from the earliest thoroughbreds to the Akhal-Teke, including by Elizabeth Barrett at Cambridge University

to drawing and their coats are also such fascinating colours, the way it reflects the light is extraordinary, almost pearlescent in some cases – I can’t wait to see what Michelle puts together, whilst I shall enjoy experimenting with the patinas to achieve the effect I want on my bronzes.” The travelling artists saw the AkhalTeke horses in show classes and acrobatic displays given by “Galkynysh”, the National Equestrian Group of stunt riders. There was also a full seven-race card, held at one of the

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I would love to be able to create a big enough body of work from the SEA’s membership for an exhibition on the Akhal-Tekes being won in around 2min40sec, while the mile race was won in 1min55sec. Master Jockey T. Babaeyv rode the winner of the feature race and was invited to ride at Longchamp by the President of France Galop, Betrand Belinguier, who was also in attendance. All the winning jockeys, plus those from other equestrian competitions held during the celebrations, were presented with the keys to a brand new car, in addition to their trophies. “We were told that the Akhal-Teke has a very large heart and lung capacity and holds the ‘T’ stamina gene, which is why they are so popular in the sphere of endurance,” says Burt. “However, they also perform well in dressage – the stallion Absent won medals at three different Olympic games during the 1960s – as well as in three-day eventing. The Akhal-Teke originated in Turkmenistan during the 8th century, making it one of the oldest horse breeds. and thought to be some of the best horses in Asia of the period. They were frequent favourites for mounted guards and were used in Turkmenistan’s fight against Russia,

and became part of the Russian Empire. Until then the Akhal-Teke’s pedigree had only been kept orally; it was the Russians who first created a stud book for the breed in 1941.

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hile we all know that the modern-day thoroughbred descends from the three stallions imported into England in the late 17th and early 18th centuries – in particular to the Darley Arabian to whom about 95 per cent of today’s thoroughbred pedigrees trace – it has been postulated that the Byerly Turk might have actually been an Akhal-Teke horse. During the 17th century, Europeans applied the term “Arabian” to any fast horses with incredible stamina – desert horses. Some of the fastest horses with the best stamina were, in fact, Akhal-Tekes, so it’s possible that the foundation “Arabian” stallions, of which many more were imported into Europe than the founding three, may have had Akhal-Teke blood. The argument is further supported by the fact that the thoroughbred physically resembles the Akhal-Teke more closely than it does the Arabian. Ongoing work is looking

into the background of the lineage of the thoroughbred in association with the AkhalTekes. Whilst in Turkmenistan Burt’s digital camera came into its own as to be expected from one with an artistic leaning, however she had an ulterior motive in mind. “I took an enormous amount of photos which I want to distribute amongst our members,” she explains. “Until this year the SEA had never had a permanent exhibition, but we have negotiated an ongoing presence at the National Horse Racing Museum in Newmarket, until it relocates to Palace House in a couple of years time. “I would love to be able to create a big enough body of work from the SEA’s membership for an exhibition on the AkhalTekes to be held at the horseracing museum, which is where the Frankel photos were shown last year. “The possible link with the thoroughbred – many of John Wooton’s paintings of the early thoroughbred bear a strong resemblance to the Akhal-Tekes we have seen – will make the exhibition very relevant. “A show such as this will break new ground for us, to select a subject and inspire our members to explore it in a variety of mediums and styles. “There are only 40 Akhal-Tekes in the UK and since my return I’ve visited four of them, so there is scope for anyone who is interested to work from life and take it further, if they wish.” And Burt hopes that the trip will have generated some reciprocal link ups. “We encountered so many interesting horse people from right around the globe during our visit. It was a shame that with the limitations on translation of the local language, we didn’t learn as much about the breed as we would have liked. “I met Weiping Pinto Li, a fellow exhibitor, who produced all the artwork for the equestrian games at the Beijing Olympics, an incredible artist. “He is really interested in exhibiting with the SEA, but so far, red tape has prevented him from coming to the UK. It’s really positive to meet an artist of his calibre and discover that he would like to work with us in the future.”

They are not that slow at all... the times for the Akhal-Teke‘s races were comparable to moderate thoroughbreds

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Al Kazeem returns after his victory in the Group 1 Prince of Wales’s Stakes. His pedigree traces to the US sire In Reality, dam sire of Toussaud

oyal Ascot is all about prestige, luxury and glamour, and it is little surprise that money talks at this upper echelon of the racing industry. How refreshing it was, therefore, to see some of the week’s top-class winners emerging not only from the outstanding powerhouses of Coolmore, Darley and Juddmonte, but also from smaller operations as well. That number included the Prince Of Wales’s Stakes (G1) winner Al Kazeem, who breaks the mould by being a rare Group 1 winner to emerge from the country of Wales, hailing as he does from his owner-breeder John Deer’s Oakgrove Stud in Monmouthshire. Being a son of one of Britain’s leading sires in Dubawi, Al Kazeem hardly emerged from the bargain basement of bloodstock – his sire commanded an advertised fee of £25,000 in 2007 when Al Kazeem was conceived, although, of course, that figure has now risen to £75,000. Deer has enjoyed great success in the past with such homebreds as Patavellian and Avonbridge (now standing at Oakgrove Stud), as well as the latter’s sire Averti, but

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ex Kanz (The Minstrel) ex Treasure Chest (Rough n’Tumble) Al Kazeem is his best so far after his Group 1 victories in the Prince of Wales’s Stakes and Tattersalls Gold Cup this season. Al Kazeem is the second generation bred by Deer, who also bred his dam, the Darshaan mare Kazeem. Kazeem herself made only three starts in her brief career with Barry Hills, twice finishing sixth as a two-year-old over 7f and a mile, and managing only tenth on her sole start at three over 1m2f. The mare was held in high regard by Hills and, according to connections, showed great promise at home. But, after completely failing to live up to that promise on the track, a veterinary examination revealed that a viral infection she suffered as a foal had damaged her lungs and she was promptly retired. Al Kazeem is the mare’s sixth foal, and easily

the best to date. Her two previous winners are Park Lane (Royal Applause), a winner of a mile maiden at three and then successful over fences, and Azeema, by the Deer homebred stallion Averti, who recorded a maiden victory over 7f at three. Now at stud alongside her dam, Azeema has already produced a winner, Trader Jack (Trade Fair). Kazeem produced a colt foal this year by Dubawi’s son Makfi, winner of the 2,000 Guineas and Prix Jacques les Marois, but this year Deer has opted to return to the source, with Kazeem once again covered by Dubawi. Kazeem was bred by Deer out of a daughter of The Minstrel called Kanz. Although she produced five winners, only one of them, Kazeem’s brother Treasurer, who was bred by Sheikh Mohammed, earned black type. That Darshaan colt won a mile maiden at Navan for John Oxx as a two-year-old in the colours of Sheikh Mohammed before transferring across the Atlantic to the barn of Kiaran McLaughlin. Sporting the Godolphin colours at three, he was placed third in the Saranac Stakes (G3) at Belmont, before turning out again two weeks later to fill the same place in the Peter Pan Stakes (G2). He was sold for stallion duties in Saudi Arabia.

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mare of the month Kanz was a very talented filly herself and won the Princess Elizabeth Stakes (G3) at Epsom in 1984, a race then staged in April as a trial for the Oaks. She also finished runner-up to Circus Plume, winner of both the Epsom and Irish Oaks, in the Yorkshire Oaks (G1). She returned to Britain after being purchased in the US by Deer, and although she did not set the paddocks alight for her owner, Deer is now reaping the rewards via her descendants. Kanz was bred in America out of the Rough ‘n Tumble mare Treasure Chest, the winner of ten races from 49 starts, including a minor stakes contest at Hazel Park in Michigan. She also set a track record for a mile on turf at Arlington Park. Treasure Chest’s sister My Dear Girl had been crowned the champion two-year-old filly of 1959, and she would go on to secure a lasting place in US turf history as the dam of the great In Reality, winner of the Florida Derby, Carter Handicap and Metropolitan Handicap, as well as clashing several times with such luminaries as Damascus and Dr. Fager. His line was continued at stud by such sires as Known Fact and Relaunch, and he is assured a place in history as the dam sire of the great broodmare Toussaud, dam of such as Empire Maker and Chester House.

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anz came along towards the end of Treasure Chest’s broodmare career, by which time she had already produced the stakes winners Diomedia (a rare stakes winner by Sea Bird) and Crown Treasure, a daughter of Graustark. Crown Treasure, Grade 3-placed at two, was sent to the paddocks in Britain in 1977 to visit Mill Reef, and the move paid off straight away with the result of that tryst being a colt who was later named Glint Of Gold by owner Paul Mellon. Glint Of Gold has the distinction of finishing closest to Shergar in the Derby of 1981 – albeit so far in arrears that his jockey was famously quoted as saying that he thought he had won because Shergar was so far ahead he did not see him – and was also runner-up in the St Leger. The Ian Balding-trained colt also scored a hat-trick of European Group 1 victories in the Derby Italiano, Grand Prix de Paris and the Preis von Europa. North American import restrictions prevented Crown Treasure from returning to the States after that initial mating and she remained in Britain for further matings with Mill Reef in 1978 and 1979, before moving on to other Derby winners in Troy and Shirley Heights.

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Mill Reef was clearly a good nick for the mare as her 1978 foal Diamond Shoal also proved a top-class middle distance performer. Like his brother he faired well abroad, and, having finished third in the St Leger and runner-up in the Great Voltigeur at three, as a four-year-old he emulated his brother by landing a hat-trick of European Group 1s in France, Italy and Germany in the Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud, Gran Premio di Milano and Grosser Preis von Baden. Treasure Chest’s descendants can claim more Italian Classic glory than just Glint Of Gold. Her daughter Gold Treasure, winner of six races, is the grand-dam of Isle Of Spice, winner of an ordinary Folkestone maiden at three, but later the dam of the 2001 Oaks d’Italia (G1) heroine Zanzibar, herself now a stakes producer for Usk Valley Stud. Other top performers among Treasure Chest’s descendants include the 1989 Irish 1,000 Guineas heroine Ensconse, the Hong Kong Group 1 winner Floral Pegasus, and the German Group 1 winner Catella. With a possible tilt at the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe on the cards for Al Kazeem later in the year, it looks as though the European exploits of his further family will be carried on at the highest level by the present generation.

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Mon) Winner at 2 in USA. Broodmare. 2008: JEALOUSOFMYBOOGIE (f Speightstown) Winner at 3 in USA. 2010: WHAT A NAME (f Mr Greeley). 2 wins at 2 in France, Prix La Rochette G3, Prix Imprudence G3, 2nd Prix Jean-Luc Lagardere Grand Criterium G1. 2011: (f Galileo) 2012: (c Montjeu) 2nd Dam: PLENTY OF GRACE by Roberto. 8 wins at 3 and 5 in USA Yellow Ribbon H G1, 3rd Flower Bowl H G1. Grandam of Grace Anatomy, Position A. Broodmare Sire: DAYJUR. Sire of the dams of 40 Stakes winners. In 2013 WHAT A NAME Mr Greeley G3.

Data supplied by Weatherbys EUROPE 100 - Prix Imprudence, G3, MaisonsLaffitte, April 4, 1400m 1 What A Name (IRE) 3 ch f Mr Greeley (USA) - Bonnie Byerly (USA) (Dayjur (USA)) 2 Holy Dazzle (GB) 3 b f Sunday Break (JPN) - Belle Alicia (FR) (Smadoun (FR)) 3 Spinacre (IRE) 3 gr f Verglas (IRE) Spinamix (GB) (Spinning World (USA)) Age: 2; Starts: 4; Wins: 2; Places: 2 Earnings: £117,175 Sire: MR GREELEY. Sire of 48 Stakes winners. In 2013 - WHAT A NAME Dayjur G3. 1st Dam: Bonnie Byerly by Dayjur. Dam of 5 winners: 1999: No Pulp (f Silver Deputy) unraced. Broodmare. 2000: Risky Double (f Unbridled) unraced. Dam of Chagall (f Successful Appeal: 3 wins at 2 and 3 in USA, 2nd Debutante S G3) 2001: Deaconess Bonnie (f Pulpit) unraced. Broodmare. 2003: DIABOLICAL (c Artax) 9 wins at 2 to 5 in UAE, USA, Alfred G Vanderbilt H G2, 2nd Carter H G1, Frank J de Francis Memorial Dash S G1, 3rd Gulf News Dubai Golden Shaheen S G1. 2004: MT ORIENT (c Orientate) 11 wins at 3 to 7 in USA. 2005: (c Deputy Commander) 2006: MISCHIEVIOUS (f Maria’s

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The Mr Greeley/Dayjur cross has produced: WHAT A NAME G1, ZONA LR. Mr Prospector Gone West Secrettame MR GREELEY ch 92 Reviewer Long Legend Lianga WHAT A NAME ch f 2010 Danzig Dayjur Gold Beauty BONNIE BYERLY b/br 95 Roberto Plenty of Grace Wings of Grace

101 - Prix Djebel, G3, MaisonsLaffitte, April 4, 1400m 1 Style Vendome (FR) 3 b c Anabaa (USA) - Place Vendome (FR) (Dr Fong (USA)) 2 Snowday (FR) 3 b c Falco (USA) Oceanique (USA) (Forest Wildcat (USA)) 3 Penny’s Picnic (IRE) 3 b/br c Kheleyf (USA) - Zerky (USA) (Kingmambo (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 5; Wins: 4; Places: 1 Earnings: £95,295 Sire: ANABAA. Sire of 86 Stakes winners. In 2013 - STYLE VENDOME Dr Fong G3, KUTCHINSKY Zabeel LR, WANABA Sadler’s Wells LR. 1st Dam: Place Vendome by Dr Fong. 3 wins at 2 in France, 2nd Prix Ronde de Nuit LR. Dam of 1 winner: 2009: Vendome Palace (c Barathea) ran on the flat in France. 2010: STYLE VENDOME (c Anabaa) Sold 75,533gns yearling at ARAUG. 4 wins at 2 and 3 in France, Prix Djebel G3, Prix Francois Boutin LR, Prix Montenica LR, 2nd Prix Yacowlef LR. 2011: Prestige Vendome (c Orpen) unraced to date. 2012: Luxe Vendome (c Kendargent)

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2nd Dam: Mediaeval by Medaaly. unraced. Dam of Maroon Machine (g Muhtathir: 2nd Criterium du Fonds Europeen de L’Elevage LR, Criterium du Languedoc LR), Place Vendome (f Dr Fong, see above) Broodmare Sire: DR FONG. Sire of the dams of 8 Stakes winners. In 2013 STYLE VENDOME Anabaa G3, CROSS FADE Rakti LR.

Northern Dancer Danzig Pas de Nom ANABAA b 92 Gay Mecene Balbonella Bamieres STYLE VENDOME b c 2010 Kris S Dr Fong Spring Flight PLACE VENDOME gr 2004 Medaaly Mediaeval Domino Queen

102 - Prix d’Harcourt, G2, Longchamp, April 7, 2000m 1 Maxios (GB) 5 b c Monsun (GER) Moonlight’s Box (USA) (Nureyev (USA)) 2 Don Bosco (FR) 6 ch c Barathea (IRE) Perfidie (IRE) (Monsun (GER)) 3 Saga Dream (FR) 7 gr g Sagacity (FR) Manixa (FR) (Manninamix (GB)) Age: 2-5; Starts: 13; Wins: 6; Places: 1 Earnings: £197,996 Sire: MONSUN. Sire of 102 Stakes winners. In 2013 - MAXIOS Nureyev G2, TRIPLE THREAT Lyphard G3, OCOVANGO Gone West LR. 1st Dam: Moonlight’s Box by Nureyev. unraced. Dam of 6 winners: 2001: BAGO (c Nashwan) Champion 2yr old in Europe in 2003, Champion 3yr old in Europe in 2004. 8 wins at 2 to 4 in France, Juddmonte Grand Prix de Paris G1, Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe G1, Prix Ganay G1, Prix Jean Prat G1, Criterium International G1, 2nd Tattersalls Gold Cup G1, 3rd Juddmonte International S G1, King George VI & Queen Elizabeth S G1, Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud G1, P.de l’Arc de Triomphe - Lucien Barriere G1. Sire. 2002: MILLION WISHES (f Darshaan) 3 wins at 2 and 3 in France. Broodmare. 2003: Silhouetting (g Hernando) 2004: BETA (f Selkirk) 2 wins at 2 in France, Criterium de Vitesse LR, 2nd Prix de Cabourg G3. Broodmare. 2006: (c A P Indy). died as a foal. 2007: MAKANI (c A P Indy) 3 wins at 2 to 4 in France. 2008: MAXIOS (c Monsun) 6 wins at 2, 4 and 5 in France, Prix d’Harcourt G2, La Coupe de Maisons-

Laffitte G3, Prix Thomas Bryon G3, 2nd Grand Prix de Chantilly G2. 2009: MR MOONLIGHT (c Dansili) Winner at 3 in France. 2010: Parallax (c Galileo) unraced to date. 2012: (f Galileo) 2nd Dam: COUP DE GENIE by Mr Prospector. Champion 2yr old filly in France in 1993. 4 wins at 2 and 3 in France Prix de la Salamandre G1, Prix Morny Agence Francaise G1, 3rd Madagans 1000 Guineas G1. Own sister to OCEAN OF WISDOM and MACHIAVELLIAN. Dam of DENEBOLA (f Storm Cat: Prix Marcel Boussac-Royal Barriere G1, 2nd Prix de la Foret G1, 3rd Prix Morny Casinos Barriere G1), SNAKE MOUNTAIN (g A P Indy: Aqueduct H G3, Queens County H G3, Stuyvesant H G3), LOVING KINDNESS (f Seattle Slew: Prix de Cabourg G3, 3rd Prix Morny Casinos Barriere G1), GLIA (f A P Indy: Prix Imprudence LR, Pebbles H LR, 2nd Mrs Revere S G2). Grandam of PEACE CAMP. Third dam of EMOLLIENT. Broodmare Sire: NUREYEV. Sire of the dams of 200 Stakes winners. In 2013 MAXIOS Monsun G2, FARRAAJ Dubai Destination G3, TEOPHILIP Teofilo LR.

Dschingis Khan Konigsstuhl Konigskronung MONSUN br 90 Surumu Mosella Monasia MAXIOS b c 2008 Northern Dancer Nureyev Special MOONLIGHT’S BOX b 96 Mr Prospector Coup de Genie Coup de Folie

103 - Prix La Force, G3, Longchamp, April 7, 2000m 1 Triple Threat (FR) 3 b c Monsun (GER) - Drei (USA) (Lyphard (USA)) 2 Sefri (USA) 3 b c Jazil (USA) - Taseel (USA) (Danzig (USA)) 3 Ivan Grozny (FR) 3 b c Turtle Bowl (IRE) - Behnesa (IRE) (Suave Dancer (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 5; Wins: 2; Places: 3 Earnings: £67,083 Sire: MONSUN. Sire of 102 Stakes winners. In 2013 - MAXIOS Nureyev G2, TRIPLE THREAT Lyphard G3, OCOVANGO Gone West LR. 1st Dam: Drei by Lyphard. Dam of 7 winners: 1996: TROIS (g Efisio) 3 wins at 3 and 4.


international database 1997: TRIPLE SHARP (f Selkirk) 2 wins. Dam of Ellmau (g Dr Fong: 3 wins at 2 to 4, 3rd Weatherbys Superlative S G2), Nasri (g Kyllachy: 4 wins at 2 and 5, 2nd King Charles II S LR), Laureldean Express (f Inchinor: 2nd Criterium du Languedoc-Prix Paul Guichou LR) 1998: DRY MARTINI (c Darshaan) 2 wins at 4 in Netherlands. 1999: PINA COLADA (f Sabrehill) 3 wins at 2 and 3 at home, USA, Chandler H, 2nd San Clemente H G2. Broodmare. 2001: Mrs Marsh (f Marju) unraced. Dam of CANFORD CLIFFS (c Tagula: 7 wins at 2 to 4, Abu Dhabi Irish 2000 Guineas G1, JLT Lockinge S G1, Queen Anne S G1, St James’s Palace S G1, Sussex S G1, 2nd Qipco Sussex S G1, 3rd stanjames.com 2000 Guineas G1, Darley Prix Morny G1) 2002: BALTIC DIP (f Benny The Dip) Winner at 2. Broodmare. 2004: Broader View (c Spectrum) unraced. 2006: EBIAYN (g Monsun) Winner at 4. 2007: Cape Codder (c Hawk Wing) 2009: Force Three (f Shirocco) unraced. 2010: TRIPLE THREAT (c Monsun) 2 wins at 2 and 3 in France, Prix La Force G3. 2nd Dam: TRIPLE TIPPLE by Raise A Cup. 10 wins at 3 to 5 at home, USA Wilshire H G2, 2nd Gamely H G1. Dam of Triode (f Sharpen Up: 2nd Oak Tree S LR, 3rd Premio Bagutta - Memorial Sergio Cumani G3). Grandam of Lady Liz, DON FERNANDO. Third dam of FLY BY ME. Broodmare Sire: LYPHARD. Sire of the dams of 202 Stakes winners. In 2013 TRIPLE THREAT Monsun G3.

Dschingis Khan Konigsstuhl Konigskronung MONSUN br 90 Surumu Mosella Monasia TRIPLE THREAT b c 2010 Northern Dancer Lyphard Goofed DREI b 91 Raise A Cup Triple Tipple Ameridouble

(GB) - Starfish (IRE) (Galileo (IRE)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 21; Wins: 5; Places: 7 Earnings: £75,781 Sire: NOTNOWCATO. Sire of 2 Stakes winners. In 2013 - CUSTOM CUT Danehill G3. 1st Dam: POLISHED GEM by Danehill. Winner at 2. Own sister to DRESS TO THRILL. Dam of 2 winners: 2008: SAPPHIRE (f Medicean) 6 wins at 3 and 4, Qipco Brit.Champions Fillies/Mare S G2, 2nd Barclays Bnk Ireland Pretty Polly S G1. 2009: CUSTOM CUT (g Notnowcato) Sold 4,761gns 2yo at GOHIT, 105,000gns 3yo at TAAUT. 5 wins at 3 and 4, Big Bad Bob Gladness S G3. 2010: Amber Romance (f Bahamian Bounty) unraced to date. 2011: Free Eagle (c High Chaparral) unraced to date. 2012: (c Dark Angel) 2nd Dam: TRUSTED PARTNER by Affirmed. 3 wins at 2 and 3 Goffs Irish 1000 Guineas G1. Own sister to LOW KEY AFFAIR, EASY TO COPY, EPICURE’S GARDEN and Magical Cliche. Dam of DRESS TO THRILL (f Danehill: Matriarch S G1, 2nd Moyglare Stud S G1), Act of Defiance (g Caerleon: 3rd Tyros S LR), ARCHIVE FOOTAGE (g Sadler’s Wells: The Ladbroke Limited H. Hurdle G1). Grandam of Aahaykid, INDIAN PACE. Third dam of LOVE LOCKDOWN. Broodmare Sire: DANEHILL. Sire of the dams of 220 Stakes winners. In 2013 - MORE THAN SACRED More Than Ready G1, RUUD AWAKENING Bernardini G1, FENOMENO Stay Gold G2, FIX Iffraaj G2, MULAAZEM Dubai Destination G2, CUSTOM CUT Notnowcato G3, ROMANTIC MOON More Than Ready G3, STAR OF GISELLE Reset G3, TREBLE JIG Gone West G3, GOLD SAND Footstepsinthesand LR, GOOD BABY Hussonet LR, JOLIE BLONDE Testa Rossa LR, MOREISH More Than Ready LR, READY TO RIP More Than Ready LR, STEINBECK Footstepsinthesand LR, UNDER THE EIFFEL Mossman LR, INISH ISLAND Trans Island LR.

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104 - Big Bad Bob Gladness Stakes, G3, Curragh, April 7, 7f 1 Custom Cut (IRE) 4 b g Notnowcato (GB) - Polished Gem (IRE) (Danehill (USA)) 2 Nephrite (GB) 4 ch c Pivotal (GB) Cape Merino (GB) (Clantime) 3 La Collina (IRE) 4 ch f Strategic Prince

Inchmurrin NOTNOWCATO ch 2002 Cadeaux Genereux Rambling Rose Blush Rambler CUSTOM CUT b g 2009 Danzig Danehill Razyana POLISHED GEM b 2003 Affirmed Trusted Partner Talking Picture

105 - Prix Edmond Blanc, G3, SaintCloud, April 9, 1600m 1 Silas Marner (FR) 6 b c Muhtathir (GB) - Street Kendra (FR) (Kendor (FR)) 2 Menardais (FR) 4 b c Canyon Creek (IRE) - Madeleine’s Blush (USA) (Rahy (USA)) 3 Amaron (GB) 4 ch c Shamardal (USA) Amandalini (GB) (Bertolini (USA))

Diesis Elmaamul Modena MUHTATHIR ch 95 Al Nasr Majmu Affirmative Fable SILAS MARNER b c 2007 Kenmare Kendor Belle Mecene STREET KENDRA b 92 Sadler’s Wells Street Opera One Way Street

Age: 3-6; Starts: 17; Wins: 9; Places: 6 Earnings: £163,954 Sire: MUHTATHIR. Sire of 20 Stakes winners. In 2013 - SILAS MARNER Kendor G3, GRACE LADY Ajdayt LR, PACHA DU POLDER Caerwent LR. 1st Dam: STREET KENDRA by Kendor. Winner at 3 in France. Dam of 8 winners: 1998: SOIREE DE VIENNE (f Marju) 4 wins at 4 and 5 in Germany. Dam of Sina (f Trans Island: 3 wins at 4 and 5 in France, Germany, 2nd Wetten XXL Stutenpreis LR) 1999: Sara Baras (f Turtle Island) Winner at 3 in France, 3rd Prix Caravelle-Haras des Granges LR. Broodmare. Dam of BARACAS (g Miesque’s Son: 4 wins, INH Stallion Owners EBF Nov. H. Hurdle G2) 2001: High Street (f Desert Story) ran on the flat in France. 2002: Eighth Avenue (c Octagonal) Winner at 3 in Germany, 3rd Markgraf Berthold Hurdle LR. 2003: Saronis (f Poliglote) 3 wins at 2 and 3 in France, 3rd Prix Rose de Mai LR. 2004: Street Lightning (f Best of The Bests) 2 wins at 2 and 3 in France, 2nd Prix des Jouvenceaux et des Jouvencelles LR. Broodmare. 2005: SONGBIRD (f Starborough) 3 wins over jumps in France. 2006: SIENA SERENADE (f Ballingarry) 2 wins. 2007: SILAS MARNER (c Muhtathir) Sold 98,039gns yearling at AROCT, 59,523gns 5yo at ARARC. 9 wins at 3 to 6, 2013 in France, Prix Edmond Blanc G3, P.Journal Geny Courses - Point du Jour LR, Prix Luthier LR. 2008: Warrior (c Poliglote) 2011: Chasse Maree (f Muhtathir) unraced to date. 2012: (f Falco) 2nd Dam: STREET OPERA by Sadler’s Wells. 1 win at 3. Dam of STRETAREZ (c Saumarez: Prix Vicomtesse Vigier G2), STREET SHAANA (f Darshaan: Prix de Lutece G3, 3rd Prix de Royallieu Hotel du Golf Barriere G2). Grandam of SOURABAD, Street Entertainer. Broodmare Sire: KENDOR. Sire of the dams of 46 Stakes winners. In 2013 SILAS MARNER Muhtathir G3, BACCHELLI Mujahid LR.

106 - Premio Carlo Chiesa, G3, Rome, April 14, 1200m 1 Bettolle (ITY) 4 b f Blu Air Force (IRE) - Happy Sue (IRE) (City On A Hill (USA)) 2 Clorofilla (IRE) 3 b f Refuse To Bend (IRE) - Crudelia (IRE) (Great Commotion (USA)) 3 Onlyyouknowme (IRE) 5 b f Martino Alonso (IRE) - Sopran New (USA) (Cozzene (USA)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 13; Wins: 5; Places: 7 Earnings: £77,833 Sire: BLU AIR FORCE. Sire of 6 Stakes winners. In 2013 - BETTOLLE City On A Hill G3. 1st Dam: Happy Sue by City On A Hill. Dam of 2 winners: 2008: WATERGATE (c Martino Alonso) Winner at 3 in Italy. 2009: BETTOLLE (f Blu Air Force) 5 wins at 2 to 4 in Italy, Premio Carlo Chiesa G3, 2nd Gran Premio Citta’ di Napoli - Tris LR, Premio Cancelli LR. 2010: Coin Flip (f Colossus) 2011: Fullmoon Party (f Daggers Drawn) unraced to date. Broodmare Sire: CITY ON A HILL. Sire of the dams of 1 Stakes winners. In 2013 - BETTOLLE Blu Air Force G3.

Red Ransom Sri Pekan Lady Godolphin BLU AIR FORCE b 97 The Minstrel Carillon Miss Sex Appeal BETTOLLE b f 2009 Rahy City On A Hill Ville d’Amore HAPPY SUE b 2003 Lahib Fun Lover Funun

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international database Tashelka (FR) (Mujahid (USA)) 3 Topaze Blanche (IRE) 3 b f Zamindar (USA) - Pearl Earrine (FR) (Kaldounevees (FR)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 7; Wins: 3; Places: 2 Earnings: £79,632 Sire: KENDARGENT. Sire of 5 Stakes winners. In 2013 - KENHOPE Chato G3. 1st Dam: Bedford Hope by Chato. Dam of 1 winner: 2010: KENHOPE (f Kendargent) 3 wins at 2 and 3 in France, Prix de la Grotte G3, 2nd Prix Thomas Bryon G3. 2011: Make Up (f Gentlewave) unraced to date. 2nd Dam: Bedford Flame by Doulab. unraced. Dam of BEDFORD SET (f Second Set: Schwarzgold Rennen LR, Preis der Ford Werke LR, Fahrhofer Stutenpreis LR, 3rd Henkel Rennen (1000 Guineas) G2), BEDFORD FORREST (c Law Society: Prix Edellic LR, Preis der Munte Baunnernehmung LR, 2nd Premio Federico Tesio G3), Bedford Moon (c Platini: 2nd P. der Firma Jungheinrich Gabelstapler LR). Grandam of Boccatus. Broodmare Sire: CHATO. Sire of the dams of 1 Stakes winners. In 2013 KENHOPE Kendargent G3.

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2006: ASHKANDI (c Sendawar) Winner at 3 in France. 2008: (c Red Ransom) 2009: Baraket Fayrouz (f Barathea) 2010: GENGIS (c King’s Best) Sold 18,883gns yearling at AROCT. 4 wins at 2 and 3 in France, Prix de Fontainebleau G3, Prix Zeddaan LR. 2nd Dam: ASHTARKA by Dalsaan. 1 win at 3 in France. Dam of ASHKALANI (c Soviet Star: Dubai Poule d’Essai des Poulains G1, Emirates Prix du Moulin de Longchamp G1, 2nd St James’s Palace S G1). Grandam of ASHIYLA, Ashkiyr, ASHKAZAR. Broodmare Sire: GREEN DESERT. Sire of the dams of 94 Stakes winners. In 2013 - AMIRA’S PRINCE Teofilo G2, BATTLE OF MARENGO Galileo G3, GENGIS King’s Best G3, FORT KNOX Dubawi LR, LUCK OR DESIGN Dubawi LR.

Mr Prospector Kingmambo Miesque KING’S BEST b 97 Lombard Allegretta Anatevka GENGIS b c 2010 Danzig Green Desert Foreign Courier ASHIYNA gr 2000 Dalsaan Ashtarka Asharaz

Kendor Belle Mecene KENDARGENT gr 2003 Linamix Pax Bella Palavera KENHOPE b f 2010 Local Talent Chato Quick Blush BEDFORD HOPE b 2005 Doulab Bedford Flame Brilleaux

108 - Prix de Fontainebleau, G3, Longchamp, April 14, 1600m

1 Battle of Marengo (IRE) 3 b c Galileo (IRE) - Anna Karenina (IRE) (Green Desert (USA)) 2 Sugar Boy (IRE) 3 b c Authorized (IRE) - Steel Princess (IRE) (Danehill (USA)) 3 Imperial Concorde (IRE) 3 b c High Chaparral (IRE) - Irish Style (IRE) (Mujadil (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 5; Wins: 4; Places: 1 Earnings: £114,133

Age: 2-3; Starts: 6; Wins: 4; Places: 1 Earnings: £84,187

1st Dam: ANNA KARENINA by Green Desert. 2 wins at 3 and 4, ISF Victor McCalmont EBF S LR. Own sister to Makam. Dam of 2 winners: 2009: Precious Stone (f Galileo) 3 wins at 3 and 4, 2nd Irish Stallion Farms EBF Cooley S LR. 2010: BATTLE OF MARENGO (c Galileo) 4 wins at 2 and 3, Juddmonte Beresford S G2, P W McGrath Memorial Ballysax S G3, ICON Breeders’ Cup

1st Dam: Ashiyna by Green Desert. unraced. Dam of 2 winners: 2005: Ashkiyra (f Marju) unraced. Broodmare.

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2nd Dam: SIMAAT by Mr Prospector. 1 win at 3. Dam of WINDSOR PALACE (c Danehill Dancer: High Chaparral EBF Mooresbridge S G3), ANNA KARENINA (f Green Desert, see above), Al Ihsas (f Danehill: 2nd Queen Mary S G3), Sidereus (c Grand Lodge: 2nd Premio Roma Vecchia LR), Makam (f Green Desert: 2nd CTT & T.B. Owners of California H LR). Grandam of RABATASH, IUTURNA. Broodmare Sire: GREEN DESERT. Sire of the dams of 94 Stakes winners. In 2013 - AMIRA’S PRINCE Teofilo G2, BATTLE OF MARENGO Galileo G3, GENGIS King’s Best G3, FORT KNOX Dubawi LR, LUCK OR DESIGN Dubawi LR. The Galileo/Green Desert cross has produced: WAS G1, BATTLE OF MARENGO G2, LAY TIME G2, Boxing Day LR, Precious Stone LR.

Northern Dancer Sadler’s Wells Fairy Bridge GALILEO b 98 Miswaki Urban Sea Allegretta BATTLE OF MARENGO b c 2010 Danzig Green Desert Foreign Courier ANNA KARENINA b 2003 Mr Prospector Simaat Satiety

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1 Gengis (FR) 3 b c King’s Best (USA) Ashiyna (IRE) (Green Desert (USA)) 2 Morandi (FR) 3 gr c Holy Roman Emperor (IRE) - Vezina (FR) (Bering) 3 Us Law (IRE) 3 gr c Lawman (FR) Dookus (IRE) (Linamix (FR))

Sire: KING’S BEST. Sire of 52 Stakes winners. In 2013 - SAJJHAA Darshaan G1, GENGIS Green Desert G3.

Juv.Turf Trial S LR. 2011: (f Galileo) 2012: (f Galileo)

Sire: GALILEO. Sire of 133 Stakes winners. In 2013 - BATTLE OF MARENGO Green Desert G3.

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110 - Leopardstown 1000 Guineas Trial Stakes, G3, Leopardstown, April 14, 7f 1 Rawaaq (GB) 3 b f Invincible Spirit (IRE) - Zaqrah (USA) (Silver Hawk (USA)) 2 What Style (IRE) 3 ch f Teofilo (IRE) Out of Time (IRE) (Anabaa (USA)) 3 Snow Queen (IRE) 3 b f Danehill Dancer (IRE) - Bonheur (IRE) (Royal Academy (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 5; Wins: 2; Places: 2 Earnings: £52,903 Sire: INVINCIBLE SPIRIT. Sire of 63 Stakes winners. In 2013 - SPIRIT SONG Kingston Rule G2, RAWAAQ Silver Hawk G3. 1st Dam: Zaqrah by Silver Hawk. Dam of 3 winners: 2006: ALMAZAR (g Green Desert) Winner at 4 in Greece. 2007: TURUQAAT (f Fantastic Light) Winner at 4 in Greece. 2009: Talween (f Nayef ) unraced. 2010: RAWAAQ (f Invincible

Spirit) 2 wins at 2 and 3, Leopardstown 1000 Guineas Trial S G3, 2nd C L Weld Park S G3, 3rd Staffordstown Stud Silken Glider S LR. 2011: (c Royal Applause) 2nd Dam: Istiqlal by Diesis. unraced. Dam of MUQBIL (c Swain: Lane’s End Greenham S G3, 3rd Belmont Breeders’ Cup H G2), Mostaqeleh (f Rahy: 2nd Prix de Sandringham- Mitsubishi Motors G2). Grandam of MUTHABARA. Broodmare Sire: SILVER HAWK. Sire of the dams of 72 Stakes winners. In 2013 - RAWAAQ Invincible Spirit G3, SISTER GINGER Student Council LR.

Danzig Green Desert Foreign Courier INVINCIBLE SPIRIT b 97 Kris Rafha Eljazzi RAWAAQ b f 2010 Roberto Silver Hawk Gris Vitesse ZAQRAH b 2001 Diesis Istiqlal Wasnah

111 - Wettenleip Fruhjahrs-Meile, G3, Dusseldorf, April 14, 1600m 1 Global Thrill (GB) 4 b c Big Shuffle (USA) - Goonda (GB) (Darshaan) 2 Neatico (GER) 6 b c Medicean (GB) Nicola Bella (IRE) (Sadler’s Wells (USA)) 3 Point Blank (GER) 5 b c Royal Dragon (USA) - Princess Li (GER) (Monsun (GER)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 9; Wins: 3; Places: 5 Earnings: £69,136 Sire: BIG SHUFFLE. Sire of 75 Stakes winners. In 2013 - GLOBAL THRILL Darshaan G3. 1st Dam: GOONDA by Darshaan. Winner at 3 viz. Gazeley Maiden Stakes, Newmarket. Dam of 10 winners: 1997: Global Dancer (c Shareef Dancer). 4 wins at 2 to 5 in Germany, Switzerland, 2nd Preis des Winterfavoriten G3. 1998: Global World (f Big Shuffle) Winner at 2 in Germany, 3rd Korver-Rennen Dortmunder Stutenpreis LR. Dam of GOATHEMALA (f Black Sam Bellamy: 2 wins at 3 in Germany, Racebets.com - EBF Stutenpreis G3, 3rd Diana Trial G2), GALANA (f Black Sam Bellamy: 2 wins at 2 and 3 in Germany, Henkel Trial LR) 1999: Global Pearl (f Acatenango). Broodmare. 2000: Global Star (c Big Shuffle). , died. 2001: Global Sun (f Big Shuffle). unraced, , died.


international database 2002: GLOBAL HERO (g Big Shuffle) 11 wins in France, Germany. 2003: GLOBAL RACER (c Big Shuffle) Winner at 3 in Germany. 2004: GLOBAL DREAM (c Seattle Dancer) 5 wins at 2 and 4 in France, Germany, Maurice Lacroix-Trophy G2. 2005: GLOBAL ROSE (f Big Shuffle) 2 wins at 3 in Germany. 2006: GLOBAL BEAUTY (f Tiger Hill) Winner at 2 in Germany. Broodmare. 2008: Global Magic (f Lando) 2 wins at 3 in Germany, 2nd Premio Paolo Mezzanotte LR. 2009: GLOBAL THRILL (c Big Shuffle) Sold 16,856gns yearling at BBAGS, 30,158gns 3yo at BBAGO. 3 wins at 2 to 4 in Germany, Wettenleip Fruhjahrs-Meile G3, 3rd racebets.com Preis der Dreijahrigen LR. 2010: GLOBAL BANG (c Manduro) 2 wins at 2 in France, Germany. 2011: Global Wand (f Doyen) unraced to date. 2012: (c Lando) 2nd Dam: GRIMPOLA by Windwurf. 2 wins in West Germany ARAG Schwarzgold-Rennen (1000 Guineas) G2. Own sister to GRIMBEAU. Dam of Golan Heights (g Shirley Heights: 2nd Parfetts Anniversary July Trophy S LR), Gryada (f Shirley Heights: 3rd Premio Dormello G3). Grandam of FAME AND GLORY, GONBARDA, GONFILIA, GONLARGO, GORLOR, Gondoro, Grampian, Guaranda. Third dam of GRAVITATION, Farhh, Signs In The Sand. Broodmare Sire: DARSHAAN. Sire of the dams of 203 Stakes winners. In 2013 - SAJJHAA King’s Best G1, GLOBAL THRILL Big Shuffle G3, JUTLAND Halling G3, ALEXANDRA PALACE Jet Master LR. The Big Shuffle/Darshaan cross has produced: GLOBAL THRILL G3, Global World LR.

Bold Reasoning Super Concorde Prime Abord BIG SHUFFLE b 84 Elevation Raise Your Skirts Strings Attached GLOBAL THRILL b c 2009 Shirley Heights Darshaan Delsy GOONDA b 92 Windwurf Grimpola Gondel

112 - Prix Penelope, G3, Saint-Cloud, April 16, 2000m 1 Ferevia (IRE) 3 b f Motivator (GB) -

Frynia (USA) (Cat Thief (USA)) 2 Baltic Baroness (GER) 3 bl f Shamardal (USA) - Born Wild (GER) (Sadler’s Wells (USA)) 3 La Banderilla (FR) 3 b f Muhtathir (GB) - La Bandera (GB) (Bahhare (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 3; Wins: 2; Places: 0 Earnings: £40,024 Sire: MOTIVATOR. Sire of 11 Stakes winners. In 2013 - FEREVIA Cat Thief G3. 1st Dam: FRYNIA by Cat Thief. 2 wins at 3 in France. Dam of 1 winner: 2010: FEREVIA (f Motivator) 2 wins at 3 in France, Prix Penelope G3. 2012: (f Duke of Marmalade) 2nd Dam: WAYWARD BOUND by Mr Prospector. 2 wins at 4 in USA. Own sister to LINE IN THE SAND and RAVINELLA. Grandam of YACHT WOMAN, WIND SURF, FOG ISLAND. Broodmare Sire: CAT THIEF. Sire of the dams of 6 Stakes winners. In 2013 OVERBROOK Flanders Fields G1, FEREVIA Motivator G3.

Sadler’s Wells Montjeu Floripedes MOTIVATOR b 2002 Gone West Out West Chellingoua FEREVIA b f 2010 Storm Cat Cat Thief Train Robbery FRYNIA b/br 2005 Mr Prospector Wayward Bound Really Lucky

113 - Lanwades Stud Nell Gwyn Stakes, G3, Newmarket, April 17, 7f 1 Hot Snap (GB) 3 ch f Pivotal (GB) Midsummer (GB) (Kingmambo (USA)) 2 Sky Lantern (IRE) 3 gr/ro f Red Clubs (IRE) - Shawanni (GB) (Shareef Dancer (USA)) 3 Winning Express (IRE) 3 gr f Camacho (GB) - Lady Fabiola (USA) (Open Forum (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 2; Wins: 2; Places: 0 Earnings: £37,261 Sire: PIVOTAL. Sire of 100 Stakes winners. In 2013 - AFRICAN STORY Gone West G3, HOT SNAP Kingmambo G3. 1st Dam: Midsummer by Kingmambo. Winner at 3, 2nd Bet Attheraces Oaks Trial LR. Dam of 4 winners: 2005: Spring Season (f Dansili) ran once. Broodmare. 2006: MIDDAY (f Oasis Dream) Champion older mare in England in

2010. 9 wins at 2 to 5 at home, France, USA, Blue Square Nassau S G1 (3 times), Darley Yorkshire Oaks G1, Qatar Prix Vermeille G1, Emirates Airlines Breeders’ Cup F&M Turf G1, 2nd Juddmonte International S G1, Investec Coronation Cup G1, Investec Oaks S G1, Stobart Ireland Pretty Polly S G1, Emirates Airlines Breeders’ Cup F&M Turf G1, 3rd Darley Irish Oaks G1, Qatar Petroleum Prix de l’Opera G1. Broodmare. 2008: MIDSUMMER SUN (g Monsun) 3 wins at 3 and 4. 2009: POPULAR (f Oasis Dream) Winner at 3. 2010: HOT SNAP (f Pivotal) 2 wins at 2 and 3, Lanwades Stud Nell Gwyn S G3. 2011: Posset (f Oasis Dream) unraced to date. 2012: (f Oasis Dream) 2nd Dam: Modena by Roberto. unraced. Dam of ELMAAMUL (c Diesis: Coral Eclipse S G1, Phoenix Champion S G1, 2nd Juddmonte International S G1, 3rd Ever Ready Derby S G1), REAMS OF VERSE (f Nureyev: Fillies’ Mile S G1, Vodafone Oaks S G1), MANIFEST (c Rainbow Quest: Emirates Airline Yorkshire Cup G2), MODERN DAY (c Dayjur: King’s Cup H G3, 3rd Drill Hall S G2), MODERNISE (c Known Fact: Ascot H G3), HIGH WALDEN (f El Gran Senor: Matiara S LR, 2nd Santa Ana H G2), MODESTA (f Sadler’s Wells: Toteexacta Lady Godiva Fillies’ S LR), NOVELLARA (f Sadler’s Wells: Unicoin Homes Noel Murless S LR), Midsummer (f Kingmambo, see above). Grandam of CONFRONT, EAGLE POISE, MANY VOLUMES, CHASING STARS, Risk Taker, Model Pupil, Ithaca, NEARBY. Third dam of ZACINTO. Broodmare Sire: KINGMAMBO. Sire of the dams of 65 Stakes winners. In 2013 - SUPER COOL Fastnet Rock G1, HOT SNAP Pivotal G3, KITTEN’S POINT Kitten’s Joy G3, OLYMPIC OWEN Jay Peg G3, SKY KINGDOM Empire Maker G3, BEAUTY HARLAN Harlan’s Holiday LR, GENERAL ELECTION Harlan’s Holiday LR. The Pivotal/Kingmambo cross has produced: REGAL PARADE G1, BRAZILIAN BRIDE G3, HOT SNAP G3, Minute Limit LR, Safina LR.

Nureyev Polar Falcon Marie d’Argonne PIVOTAL ch 93 Cozzene Fearless Revival Stufida HOT SNAP ch f 2010 Mr Prospector Kingmambo Miesque MIDSUMMER ch 2000 Roberto Modena Mofida

114 - Weatherbys Hamilton Earl of Sefton Stks, G3, Newmarket, April 18, 9f 1 Mull of Killough (IRE) 7 b g Mull of Kintyre (USA) - Sun Shower (IRE) (Indian Ridge) 2 Stipulate (GB) 4 b g Dansili (GB) Indication (GB) (Sadler’s Wells (USA)) 3 Bonfire (GB) 4 b g Manduro (GER) Night Frolic (GB) (Night Shift (USA)) Age: 3-7; Starts: 25; Wins: 8; Places: 8 Earnings: £202,090 Sire: MULL OF KINTYRE. Sire of 15 Stakes winners. In 2013 - MULL OF KILLOUGH Indian Ridge G3, MAPLE STAR Tirol LR. 1st Dam: Sun Shower by Indian Ridge. Dam of 3 winners: 2006: MULL OF KILLOUGH (g Mull of Kintyre) 8 wins at 3, 6 and 7, Weatherbys Hamilton Earl of Sefton S G3, Darley S G3, Piper Heidsieck James Seymour S LR. 2007: Tashzara (f Intikhab) 2008: EXCELEBRATION (c Exceed And Excel) Champion 3yr old colt in Germany in 2011, Champion older horse in Ireland in 2012. 8 wins at 2 to 4 at home, France, Germany, Qipco Queen Elizabeth II S G1, Qatar Prix du Moulin de Longchamp G1, P. Fresnay le Buffard Jacques Le Marois G1, 2nd JLT Lockinge S G1, Queen Anne S G1, Qipco Queen Elizabeth II S G1, 3rd St James’s Palace S G1. Sire. 2009: ASCOT MAGIC (c Strategic Prince) 3 wins at 3 in India. 2010: (f Rebuttal). Died as a foal. 2011: (c Dancing Forever) 2012: (f Rebuttal) Broodmare Sire: INDIAN RIDGE. Sire of the dams of 62 Stakes winners. In 2013 - MULL OF KILLOUGH Mull of Kintyre G3, TICKLED PINK Invincible Spirit G3.

Northern Dancer Danzig Pas de Nom MULL OF KINTYRE b 97 Easy Goer Retrospective Hay Patcher MULL OF KILLOUGH b g 2006 Ahonoora Indian Ridge Hillbrow SUN SHOWER br 2001 Warning Miss Kemble Sarah Siddons

115 - Novae Bloodstock Insurance Craven Stakes, G3, Newmarket, April 18, 8f 1 Toronado (IRE) 3 b c High Chaparral

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international database (IRE) - Wana Doo (USA) (Grand Slam (USA)) 2 Havana Gold (IRE) 3 b c Teofilo (IRE) Jessica’s Dream (IRE) (Desert Style (IRE)) 3 Dundonnell (USA) 3 b c First Defence (USA) - Family (USA) (Danzig (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 4; Wins: 4; Places: 0 Earnings: £97,057 Sire: HIGH CHAPARRAL. Sire of 41 Stakes winners. In 2013 - DUNDEEL Zabeel G1, SHOOT OUT Pentire G1, TORONADO Grand Slam G3. 1st Dam: WANA DOO by Grand Slam. 2 wins at 2 and 3 in France. Dam of 2 winners: 2005: Seventh Cloud (f Septieme Ciel) 2007: WAN (g Tagula) Winner over jumps in France, Gran Steeplechase di Roma-Mem M Argenton G3. 2008: Wedding Dance (f Chichicastenango) ran on the flat in France. 2010: TORONADO (c High Chaparral) Sold 33,712gns foal at ARDEC, 45,155gns yearling at ARAUG. 4 wins at 2 and 3, One Call Insurance Champagne S G2, Novae Bloodstock Insurance Craven S G3, Carraig Insurance Winkfield S LR. 2011: (c Bahri) 2012: (f Lope de Vega) 2nd Dam: WEDDING GIFT by Always Fair. 2 wins in France Prix Saraca LR, 3rd Prix du Calvados G3, Prix Vanteaux G3. Dam of CASAMENTO (c Shamardal: Racing Post Trophy G1, 2nd Vincent O’Brien National S G1) Broodmare Sire: GRAND SLAM. Sire of the dams of 11 Stakes winners. In 2013 - TORONADO High Chaparral G3, WAN Tagula LR. Northern Dancer Sadler’s Wells Fairy Bridge HIGH CHAPARRAL b 99 Darshaan Kasora Kozana TORONADO b c 2010 Gone West Grand Slam Bright Candles WANA DOO b 2000 Always Fair Wedding Gift Such Style

116 - Connaught Flooring Abernant Stakes, G3, Newmarket, April 18, 6f 1 Tickled Pink (IRE) 4 gr f Invincible Spirit (IRE) - Cassandra Go (IRE) (Indian Ridge) 2 Jimmy Styles (GB) 9 ch g Inchinor (GB) - Inya Lake (GB) (Whittingham (IRE)) 3 Move In Time (GB) 5 ch g Monsieur Bond (IRE) - Tibesti (GB) (Machiavellian (USA)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 5; Wins: 2; Places: 3 Earnings: £39,219 Sire: INVINCIBLE SPIRIT. Sire of 64

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Stakes winners. In 2013 - SPIRIT SONG Kingston Rule G2, RAWAAQ Silver Hawk G3, TICKLED PINK Indian Ridge G3. 1st Dam: CASSANDRA GO by Indian Ridge. 6 wins at 3 to 5, King’s Stand S G2, Tripleprint Temple S G2, 2nd Darley July Cup G1. Own sister to Grey Eminence. Dam of 5 winners: 2002: NEVERLETME GO (f Green Desert) 2 wins at 3. Broodmare. 2003: MANNIKKO (g Green Desert) Winner at 3. 2004: THEANN (f Rock of Gibraltar) 2 wins at 2 and 3, Cuisine de France Summer S G3. Broodmare. 2005: HALFWAY TO HEAVEN (f Pivotal) 4 wins at 2 and 3, Boylesports Irish 1000 Guineas G1, Blue Square Nassau S G1, Kingdom of Bahrain Sun Chariot S G1, 3rd Coolmore Fusaichi Pegasus Matron S G1, Poule d’Essai des Pouliches G1. Dam of Flying The Flag (c Galileo: Winner at 2, 2nd Galileo EBF Futurity S G2) 2007: (c Shamardal) 2008: Velesgo (g Dansili) ran a few times. 2009: TICKLED PINK (f Invincible Spirit) 2 wins at 3 and 4, Connaught Flooring Abernant S G3. 2010: Jayed Jidan (c Teofilo) unraced to date. 2012: (f Pivotal) 2nd Dam: RAHAAM by Secreto. 1 win at 3. Dam of CASSANDRA GO (f Indian Ridge, see above), VERGLAS (c Highest Honor: Coventry S G3, 2nd Lexus Irish 2000 Guineas G1, 3rd Heinz 57 Phoenix S G1), PERSIAN SECRET (f Persian Heights: Prix La Sorellina LR), Grey Eminence (c Indian Ridge: 2nd Axminster Carpets Cathedral S LR). Grandam of DO THE HONOURS, PRIMA LUCE, OH BEAUTIFUL, SEBA. Third dam of FUTURE GENERATION, Woven Lace, Waitress, Rasmeyaa, Sheistheboss. Fourth dam of Magic Falcon. Broodmare Sire: INDIAN RIDGE. Sire of the dams of 62 Stakes winners. In 2013 - MULL OF KILLOUGH Mull of Kintyre G3, TICKLED PINK Invincible Spirit G3. The Invincible Spirit/Indian Ridge cross has produced: SWISS SPIRIT G3, TICKLED PINK G3, REYKON LR, VARESE LR, Russian Soul LR, Sgarzulina LR, Spirit of Pearl LR.

Danzig Green Desert Foreign Courier INVINCIBLE SPIRIT b 97 Kris Rafha Eljazzi TICKLED PINK gr f 2009 Ahonoora Indian Ridge Hillbrow CASSANDRA GO gr 96 Secreto Rahaam Fager’s Glory

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117 - Dubai Duty Free John Porter Stakes, G3, Newbury, April 20, 12f

118 - Dubai Duty Free Fred Darling Stakes, G3, Newbury, April 20, 7f

1 Universal (IRE) 4 ch c Dubawi (IRE) Winesong (IRE) (Giant’s Causeway (USA)) 2 Quiz Mistress (GB) 5 ch f Doyen (IRE) Seren Quest (GB) (Rainbow Quest (USA)) 3 Noble Mission (GB) 4 b c Galileo (IRE) Kind (IRE) (Danehill (USA))

1 Maureen (IRE) 3 b f Holy Roman Emperor (IRE) - Exotic Mix (FR) (Linamix (FR)) 2 Agent Allison (GB) 3 b f Dutch Art (GB) - Loquacity (GB) (Diktat (GB)) 3 Melbourne Memories (GB) 3 b f Sleeping Indian (GB) - Three Decades (IRE) (Invincible Spirit (IRE))

Age: 2-4; Starts: 15; Wins: 5; Places: 5 Earnings: £91,286

Age: 2-3; Starts: 5; Wins: 3; Places: 1 Earnings: £78,839

Sire: DUBAWI. Sire of 56 Stakes winners. In 2013 - HUNTER’S LIGHT Barathea G1, AHZEEMAH Entrepreneur G3, UNIVERSAL Giant’s Causeway G3, AKEED MOFEED Tiger Hill LR, CATKINS Catbird LR, FORT KNOX Green Desert LR, LUCK OR DESIGN Green Desert LR, MANGIAPREGAAMA Cape Cross LR, MURIOI Fantastic Light LR.

Sire: HOLY ROMAN EMPEROR. Sire of 24 Stakes winners. In 2013 - MAUREEN Linamix G3, HOLY WARRIOR Stephen Got Even LR, OCTAVIA Brocco LR, SMARTYS EMPERORESS Smile LR.

1st Dam: Winesong by Giant’s Causeway. Dam of 1 winner: 2008: Mancunian (g Motivator) 2009: UNIVERSAL (c Dubawi) Sold 134,850gns yearling at ARAUG. 5 wins at 3 and 4, Dubai Duty Free John Porter S G3. 2010: Madam Mo (f Motivator) 2011: Windward Passage (c Dubawi) unraced to date. 2012: (c Dark Angel) 2nd Dam: SUNSET CAFE by Red Sunset. 1 win at 3. Own sister to BEESHI. Dam of SEAZUN (f Zieten: Shadwell Stud Cheveley Park S G1), Albertinelli (g Danehill: 3rd Netjets Celebration S LR, 2nd Channel 7 Premier’s Cup G3), Mahogany (c Orpen: 3rd Tyros S LR), Albert Einstein (c Danehill: 2nd Killavullan S G3) Broodmare Sire: GIANT’S CAUSEWAY. Sire of the dams of 21 Stakes winners. In 2013 - VERRAZANO More Than Ready G1, SOFT FALLING RAIN National Assembly G2, UNIVERSAL Dubawi G3, PLANTEUR Danehill Dancer LR, PLATINUM KINGDOM Magnus LR, ARGOCAT Montjeu LR.

1st Dam: Exotic Mix by Linamix. Own sister to Belle Famille. Dam of 3 winners: 2008: GLASS MOUNTAIN (g Verglas) 2 wins at 3. 2009: ROEDEAN (f Oratorio) 4 wins at 3. 2010: MAUREEN (f Holy Roman Emperor) Sold 16,420gns yearling at GOOY1. 3 wins at 2 and 3, Dubai Duty Free Fred Darling S G3, Princess Margaret Juddmonte S G3, 2nd Irish TB Marketing Cherry Hinton S G2. 2011: (c Duke of Marmalade) 2012: (f Duke of Marmalade) 2nd Dam: EXOCET by Deposit Ticket. 1 win at 3 in USA. Dam of SPINOLA (f Spinning World: Kleinwort Benson Cherry Hinton S G2), SHOT TO FAME (g Quest For Fame: Michael Page Int. Silver Trophy S G3), Belle Famille (f Linamix: 2nd Prix Joubert LR). Grandam of KIRKINOLA, Eldandy, VEILED. Broodmare Sire: LINAMIX. Sire of the dams of 68 Stakes winners. In 2013 MAUREEN Holy Roman Emperor G3, ROOTHAM TRIPLE E’S Weather Warning LR, DIAKALI Sinndar LR.

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The Dubawi/Giant’s Causeway cross has produced: PRINCIPE ADEPTO G2, UNIVERSAL G3.

Seeking The Gold Dubai Millennium Colorado Dancer DUBAWI b 2002 Deploy Zomaradah Jawaher UNIVERSAL ch c 2009 Storm Cat Giant’s Causeway Mariah’s Storm WINESONG ch 2002 Red Sunset Sunset Cafe Cafe Au Lait

Razyana HOLY ROMAN EMPEROR b 2004 Secretariat L’On Vite Fanfreluche MAUREEN b f 2010 Mendez Linamix Lunadix EXOTIC MIX gr 2003 Deposit Ticket Exocet Parliament House

119 - AON Greenham Stakes, G3, Newbury, April 20, 7f 1 Olympic Glory (IRE) 3 b c Choisir


international database (AUS) - Acidanthera (GB) (Alzao (USA)) 2 Sir Patrick Moore (FR) 3 gr c Astronomer Royal (USA) - America Nova (FR) (Verglas (IRE)) 3 Moohaajim (IRE) 3 b c Cape Cross (IRE) - Thiella (USA) (Kingmambo (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 6; Wins: 5; Places: 1 Earnings: £290,246 Sire: CHOISIR. Sire of 50 Stakes winners. In 2013 - HISTORIAN Marauding G1, OLYMPIC GLORY Alzao G3, ROYALSECURITYBABY Marscay G3, CHOICE BRO Palace Music LR, SIREEZE Dr Johnson LR, ONE FINE DAY Night Shift 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. 2010: OLYMPIC GLORY (c Choisir) Sold 61,904gns yearling at DNPRM. 5 wins at 2 and 3 at home, France, Prix Jean-Luc Lagardere Grand Criterium G1, Veuve Clicquot Vintage S G2, 32red.com Superlative S G2, AON Greenham S G3, 2nd Coventry S G2. Broodmare Sire: ALZAO. Sire of the dams of 99 Stakes winners. In 2013 OLYMPIC GLORY Choisir G3, IGHRAA Tamayuz LR, UNCOILED Giant’s Causeway LR. The Choisir/Alzao cross has produced: OLYMPIC GLORY G1, 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

120 - Premio Ambrosiano, G3, Milan, April 21, 2000m 1 Orpello (IRE) 4 b c Orpen (USA) Princess Angelina (IRE) (Almutawakel

(GB)) 2 Vola E Va (GB) 4 b c Oratorio (IRE) Veronica Franco (ITY) (Lomitas (GB)) 3 Delicatezza (GB) 4 b f Danehill Dancer (IRE) - Wickwing (GB) (In The Wings) Age: 2-4; Starts: 20; Wins: 4; Places: 10 Earnings: £73,183 Sire: ORPEN. Sire of 70 Stakes winners. In 2013 - ORPELLO Almutawakel G3, SABAYON Fitzcarraldo G3. 1st Dam: PRINCESS ANGELINA by Almutawakel. 3 wins at 2 and 3 in Italy. Dam of 2 winners: 2009: ORPELLO (c Orpen) 4 wins at 2 to 4 in Italy, Premio Ambrosiano G3, 3rd Gran Premio d’Italia LR. 2010: MAN OF THE WORLD (c Refuse To Bend) 2 wins at 2 and 3 in Italy. 2012: (c Champs Elysees) 2nd Dam: RAINSTONE by Rainbow Quest. 1 win at 3 in Belgium. Dam of Gipsy Rose Lee (f Marju: 2nd Princess Margaret S G3) Broodmare Sire: ALMUTAWAKEL. Sire of the dams of 1 Stakes winners. In 2013 - ORPELLO Orpen G3.

Danzig Lure Endear ORPEN b 96 Devil’s Bag Bonita Francita Raise The Standard ORPELLO b c 2009 Machiavellian Almutawakel Elfaslah PRINCESS ANGELINA b 2004 Rainbow Quest Rainstone Emaline

121 - Dr Busch-Memorial, G3, Krefeld, April 21, 1600m 1 Chopin (GER) 3 b c Santiago (GER) Caucasienne (FR) (Galileo (IRE)) 2 Global Bang (GER) 3 b c Manduro (GER) - Goonda (GB) (Darshaan) 3 Ideal (GER) 3 b c Areion (GER) Intschu Tschuna (GER) (Lando (GER)) Age: 2; Starts: 2; Wins: 1; Places: 1 Earnings: £4,500 Sire: SANTIAGO. Sire of 1 Stakes winners. In 2013 - CHOPIN Galileo G3. 1st Dam: CAUCASIENNE by Galileo. 2 wins at 4. Dam of 1 winner: 2009: California (f King’s Best) 2010: CHOPIN (c Santiago) 1 win at 2 in Germany, Dr Busch-Memorial G3. 2011: Chartbreaker (c Shirocco) unraced to date.

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Broodmare Sire: GALILEO. Sire of the dams of 13 Stakes winners. In 2013 ARCETRI PINK Rock of Gibraltar G3, CHOPIN Santiago G3, REHN’S NEST Authorized G3.

Kenmare Highest Honor High River SANTIAGO gr/ro 2002 Lomitas Serenata Secret Energy CHOPIN b c 2010 Sadler’s Wells Galileo Urban Sea CAUCASIENNE b 2003 Gulch Carousel Girl Carnet Solaire

unraced. Dam of GOLDEN ANTIGUA (f Hansel, see above) Broodmare Sire: HANSEL. Sire of the dams of 9 Stakes winners. In 2013 TABLEAUX Giant’s Causeway G2. The Giant’s Causeway/Hansel cross has produced: TABLEAUX G2, GIANT GIZMO G3.

Storm Bird Storm Cat Terlingua GIANT’S CAUSEWAY ch 97 Rahy Mariah’s Storm Immense TABLEAUX ch c 2010 Woodman Hansel Count On Bonnie GOLDEN ANTIGUA ch 97 Greinton Greinette Ribonette

122 - Prix Noailles, G2, Longchamp, April 22, 2000m 1 Tableaux (USA) 3 ch c Giant’s Causeway (USA) - Golden Antigua (USA) (Hansel (USA)) 2 Kapour (IRE) 3 b c Toylsome (GB) Kitcat (GER) (Monsun (GER)) 3 Art Contemporain (USA) 3 gr c Smart Strike (CAN) - Super Lina (FR) (Linamix (FR)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 4; Wins: 1; Places: 3 Earnings: £70,614 Sire: GIANT’S CAUSEWAY. Sire of 116 Stakes winners. In 2013 - BLUERIDGE MOUNTAIN Distant View G1, FED BIZ Wild Again G2, GIANT’S STEPS Hennessy G2, TABLEAUX Hansel G2, CIAO BELLA French Deputy G3, WINNING CAUSE Kingmambo G3, GIANT REMEX Southern Halo LR, UNCOILED Alzao LR. 1st Dam: GOLDEN ANTIGUA by Hansel. 9 wins at 2 to 5 in Italy, USA, Nicole S (twice), 2nd Premio Torricola LR, Top Corsage S LR. Dam of 6 winners: 2004: GIANT GIZMO (c Giant’s Causeway) 6 wins at 2 to 4 in Canada, USA, Lone Star Park H G3, Alysheba S G3. Sire. 2005: Thunder Dragon (c Golden Missile) ran on the flat in Canada. 2006: Slick Pardoned Me (g Skip Away) 10 wins at 2 to 7, 2013 in USA, 3rd Tejano Run S. 2007: GOLDIE’S MISSILE (f Golden Missile) Winner at 2 in USA. 2008: KUHLU (f Ghostzapper) 2 wins at 3 in USA. 2009: VINDI MAN (c Vindication) 2 wins at 3 and 4 in USA. 2010: TABLEAUX (c Giant’s Causeway) 1 win at 3 in France, Prix Noailles G2. 2nd Dam: Greinette by Greinton.

123 - bet365 Mile, G2, Sandown Park, April 26, 8f 1 Trumpet Major (IRE) 4 b c Arakan (USA) - Ashford Cross (GB) (Cape Cross (IRE)) 2 Highland Knight (IRE) 6 b g Night Shift (USA) - Highland Shot (GB) (Selkirk (USA)) 3 Chil The Kite (GB) 4 b c Notnowcato (GB) - Copy-Cat (GB) (Lion Cavern (USA)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 15; Wins: 6; Places: 4 Earnings: £197,148 Sire: ARAKAN. Sire of 2 Stakes winners. In 2013 - TRUMPET MAJOR Cape Cross G2. 1st Dam: Ashford Cross by Cape Cross. unraced. Dam of 2 winners: 2008: MODEL BLACK (f Trade Fair) 2 wins at 3 in France. 2009: TRUMPET MAJOR (c Arakan) Sold 16,856gns yearling at TISEP. 6 wins at 2 to 4, One Call Insurance Champagne S G2, bet365 Mile G2, Novae Bloodstock Insurance Craven S G3, RSA Thoroughbred S G3, 2nd Jaguar XKR-S Winkfield S LR. 2011: (c Arakan) 2012: (f Arakan) 2nd Dam: RISEN RAVEN by Risen Star. 6 wins at 2 and 3 in Germany G.P.Dusseldorf Preis der Stadt Sparkasse G2, Preis der Diana Deutsches Stuten Derby G2. Dam of Rinconada (f Lavirco: 2nd IVG Euro Select Preis LR). Grandam of RASTIGNANO, Amazonas. Broodmare Sire: CAPE CROSS. Sire of the dams of 11 Stakes winners. In 2013 - TRUMPET MAJOR Arakan G2, SHUKA

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international database Bachelor Duke G3, MANGIAPREGAAMA Dubawi LR.

Northern Dancer Nureyev Special ARAKAN br 2000 Common Grounds Far Across City Ex TRUMPET MAJOR b c 2009 Green Desert Cape Cross Park Appeal ASHFORD CROSS b 2003 Risen Star Risen Raven Aurania

Ready G3, ROMANTIC MOON More Than Ready G3, STAR OF GISELLE Reset G3, SUGAR BOY Authorized G3, TREBLE JIG Gone West G3, GOLD SAND Footstepsinthesand LR, GOOD BABY Hussonet LR, INTELLO Galileo LR, JOLIE BLONDE Testa Rossa LR, READY TO RIP More Than Ready LR, STEINBECK Footstepsinthesand LR, UNDER THE EIFFEL Mossman LR, INISH ISLAND Trans Island LR. The Authorized/Danehill cross has produced: SUGAR BOY G3, Estrela LR.

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124 - bet365 Classic Trial, G3, Sandown Park, April 26, 10f 1 Sugar Boy (IRE) 3 b c Authorized (IRE) - Steel Princess (IRE) (Danehill (USA)) 2 Eye of The Storm (IRE) 3 ch c Galileo (IRE) - Mohican Princess (GB) (Shirley Heights) 3 Galileo Rock (IRE) 3 ch c Galileo (IRE) Grecian Bride (IRE) (Groom Dancer (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 8; Wins: 4; Places: 4 Earnings: £92,844 Sire: AUTHORIZED. Sire of 6 Stakes winners. In 2013 - REHN’S NEST Galileo G3, SUGAR BOY Danehill G3. 1st Dam: STEEL PRINCESS by Danehill. 3 wins at 2 and 3 in France, Prix Cleopatre G3. Dam of 2 winners: 2006: Costebelle (g Cape Cross) unraced. 2007: SARAH LYNX (f Montjeu) 3 wins at 3 and 4 in Canada, France, Pattison Canadian International S G1. 2008: Bo Hengy (g Dalakhani) 2009: Anklet (f Acclamation) ran twice. 2010: SUGAR BOY (c Authorized) 4 wins at 2 and 3, bet365 Classic Trial G3, Eyrefield S LR, 2nd P W McGrath Memorial Ballysax S G3. 2012: (c Rip Van Winkle) 2nd Dam: Champaka by Caerleon. unraced. Dam of STEEL PRINCESS (f Danehill, see above), Falcon Rock (g Hawk Wing: 2nd Jim Murray H G2 (twice), 3rd Hollywood Turf Cup S G1), Vision of Grandeur (c Grand Lodge: 3rd Cill Dara Securities Ballycullen S LR, 2nd Midmar Premier’s Trophy G2) Broodmare Sire: DANEHILL. Sire of the dams of 221 Stakes winners. In 2013 - MORE THAN SACRED More Than Ready G1, RUUD AWAKENING Bernardini G1, FENOMENO Stay Gold G2, FIX Iffraaj G2, MULAAZEM Dubai Destination G2, CUSTOM CUT Notnowcato G3, MOREISH More Than

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Montjeu Floripedes AUTHORIZED b 2004 Saumarez Funsie Vallee Dansante SUGAR BOY b c 2010 Danzig Danehill Razyana STEEL PRINCESS b 2001 Caerleon Champaka Fleur Royale

125 - bet365 Gordon Richards Stakes, G3, Sandown Park, April 27, 10f 1 Al Kazeem (GB) 5 b c Dubawi (IRE) Kazeem (GB) (Darshaan) 2 Thomas Chippendale (IRE) 4 br c Dansili (GB) - All My Loving (IRE) (Sadler’s Wells (USA)) 3 Ektihaam (IRE) 4 b g Invincible Spirit (IRE) - Liscune (IRE) (King’s Best (USA)) Age: 2-5; Starts: 9; Wins: 4; Places: 4 Earnings: £171,461 Sire: DUBAWI. Sire of 56 Stakes winners. In 2013 - HUNTER’S LIGHT Barathea G1, AHZEEMAH Entrepreneur G3, AL KAZEEM Darshaan G3, UNIVERSAL Giant’s Causeway G3, AKEED MOFEED Tiger Hill LR, CATKINS Catbird LR, FORT KNOX Green Desert LR, LUCKY NINE Green Desert LR, MANGIAPREGAAMA Cape Cross LR, MURIOI Fantastic Light LR. 1st Dam: Kazeem by Darshaan. ran 3 times at 2 and 3. Own sister to Treasurer. Dam of 3 winners: 2003: (f Medicean) 2004: AZEEMA (f Averti) Winner at 3. Broodmare. 2005: King’s Kazeem (f King’s Best) 2006: PARK LANE (g Royal Applause) 4 wins. 2007: Fire Up (f Motivator). Broodmare. 2008: AL KAZEEM (c Dubawi) 4 wins at 2 to 5, 2013, Qatar Bloodstock Jockey Club S G2, bet365 Gordon Richards S G3, 2nd Sportingbet.com

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Great Voltigeur S G2, Worthington’s St Simon S G3, Dubai Duty Free Arc Trial G3. 2009: Sanctioned (g Authorized) ran 3 times. 2010: Kazak (c Royal Applause) in training. 2013: (c Makfi) 2nd Dam: KANZ by The Minstrel. 2 wins at 2 and 3 Princess Elizabeth S G3, 2nd Yorkshire Oaks G1. Dam of Treasurer (c Darshaan: 3rd Peter Pan S G2) Broodmare Sire: DARSHAAN. Sire of the dams of 203 Stakes winners. In 2013 - SAJJHAA King’s Best G1, AL KAZEEM Dubawi G3, GLOBAL THRILL Big Shuffle G3, JUTLAND Halling G3, ALEXANDRA PALACE Jet Master LR, KELINNI Refuse To Bend LR.

Seeking The Gold Dubai Millennium Colorado Dancer DUBAWI b 2002 Deploy Zomaradah Jawaher AL KAZEEM b c 2008 Shirley Heights Darshaan Delsy KAZEEM b 98 The Minstrel Kanz Treasure Chest

126 - Premio Regina Elena 1000 Guineas, G3, Rome, April 28, 1600m 1 Dancer Destination (GB) 3 b f Dubai Destination (USA) - Mara Dancer (GB) (Shareef Dancer (USA)) 2 Grand Treasure (IRE) 3 b f Aussie Rules (USA) - Lizzey Letti (GB) (Grand Lodge (USA)) 3 Clorofilla (IRE) 3 b f Refuse To Bend (IRE) - Crudelia (IRE) (Great Commotion (USA)) Age: 3; Starts: 3; Wins: 2; Places: 1 Earnings: £59,414 Sire: DUBAI DESTINATION. Sire of 23 Stakes winners. In 2013 - MULAAZEM Danehill G2, DANCER DESTINATION Shareef Dancer G3, FARRAAJ Nureyev G3. 1st Dam: Mara Dancer by Shareef Dancer. 3 wins at 2 and 4 in Italy, 2nd Premio Carlo Chiesa LR, Premio Verziere LR. Dam of 4 winners: 2002: Aldance (c Alzao) ran on the flat in Italy. 2003: MARA SPECTRUM (f Spectrum) 5 wins at 2 to 4 in Italy, Premio Pietro Bessero - Trofeo Shadwell LR. Broodmare. 2004: Celebre Dancer (f Peintre Celebre) unraced.

2005: Wing Dancer (c Hawk Wing) unraced. 2006: MARA CHAPARRAL (f High Chaparral) Winner at 2 in Italy. Broodmare. 2007: Dancer Cat (c One Cool Cat) 7 wins, 2nd Criterium Varesino LR, 2nd Corsa Siepi dei 4 Anni Hurdle G2. 2008: Rundancer (c Hurricane Run) unraced. 2010: DANCER DESTINATION (f Dubai Destination) 2 wins at 3 in Italy, Premio Regina Elena 1000 Guineas G3. 2011: Nayef Dancer (c Nayef ) unraced to date. 2012: Rail Dancer (c Rail Link) 2nd Dam: Cu Na Mara by Never So Bold. 7 wins, 2nd EBF Laidlaw Debutante S LR. Dam of Mara Dancer (f Shareef Dancer, see above) Broodmare Sire: SHAREEF DANCER. Sire of the dams of 66 Stakes winners. In 2013 - DANCER DESTINATION Dubai Destination G3.

Mr Prospector Kingmambo Miesque DUBAI DESTINATION b 99 Alleged Mysterial Mysteries DANCER DESTINATION b f 2010 Northern Dancer Shareef Dancer Sweet Alliance MARA DANCER b 96 Never So Bold Cu Na Mara Sound of The Sea

127 - Premio Parioli Sisal Matchpoint, G3, Rome, April 28, 1600m 1 Best Tango (ITY) 3 b c Mujahid (USA) - Nikita Tango (FR) (Sicyos (USA)) 2 Fairy Nayef (GB) 3 b c Nayef (USA) Fairy Sensazione (GB) (Fairy King (USA)) 3 Lodovico Il Moro (IRE) 3 b c Shamardal (USA) - Kykuit (IRE) (Green Desert (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 7; Wins: 4; Places: 2 Earnings: £81,624 Sire: MUJAHID. Sire of 20 Stakes winners. In 2013 - BEST TANGO Sicyos G3, BACCHELLI Kendor LR. 1st Dam: NIKITA TANGO by Sicyos. 3 wins at 2 in Italy. Dam of 2 winners: 2008: Katanga Tango (f Dr Devious) unraced. 2009: BONJOUR TANGO (f Denon) 2 wins at 2 in Italy. 2010: BEST TANGO (c Mujahid) 4 wins at 2 and 3 in Italy, Premio Parioli Sisal Matchpoint G3, 2nd Premio Vittorio Riva LR. 2011: Divina Tango (f Ramonti)


international database unraced to date. Broodmare Sire: SICYOS. Sire of the dams of 19 Stakes winners. In 2013 BEST TANGO Mujahid G3, MEDINAS Malinas LR.

Northern Dancer Danzig Pas de Nom MUJAHID b 96 Storm Cat Elrafa Ah Bubbles Darlene BEST TANGO b c 2010 Lyphard Sicyos Sigy NIKITA TANGO ch 2002 Nikos Diamanika Diamarella

128 - Prix de Barbeville, G3, Longchamp, April 28, 3000m 1 Last Train (GB) 4 b c Rail Link (GB) Rainbow Lake (GB) (Rainbow Quest (USA)) 2 Verema (FR) 4 b f Barathea (IRE) Vermentina (IRE) (Darshaan) 3 Domeside (GB) 7 b c Domedriver (IRE) - Buck’s Fizz (GB) (Kris) Age: 3-4; Starts: 7; Wins: 2; Places: 4 Earnings: £177,487 Sire: RAIL LINK. Sire of 4 Stakes winners. In 2013 - LAST TRAIN Rainbow Quest G3.

Guineas G1), NOBLE MISSION (c Galileo: 3 wins at 3, bet365 Gordon S G3, 2nd King Edward VII S G2), BULLET TRAIN (c Sadler’s Wells: 2 wins at 2 and 3, totesport.com Derby Trial S G3) 2002: Marella (f Desert Prince) ran once. Broodmare. 2003: Electric Storm (c Zafonic) ran 3 times. 2004: WESTLAKE (c Sadler’s Wells) 3 wins at 3. 2006: Endless (f Sadler’s Wells) unraced. 2008: ARIZONA JEWEL (f Dansili) Winner at 3. Broodmare. 2009: LAST TRAIN (c Rail Link) 2 wins at 3 and 4 in France, Prix de Barbeville G3, 2nd Juddmonte Grand Prix de Paris G1, 3rd Qatar Prix Niel G2. 2010: Riposte (f Dansili) Colourful (f Champs 2011: Elysees) unraced to date. 2nd Dam: Rockfest by Stage Door Johnny. 2 wins at 2, 2nd Esal Bookmakers Oaks Trial S G3. Dam of RAINBOW LAKE (f Rainbow Quest, see above), VERTEX (c Shirley Heights: Premio Ezio Vanoni LR), Climber (c Bold Lad: 3rd Grand Prix de Bruxelles LR) Broodmare Sire: RAINBOW QUEST. Sire of the dams of 152 Stakes winners. In 2013 - JAVA’S WAR War Pass G1, LAST TRAIN Rail Link G3, AURORAS ENCORE Second Empire LR, CASCAVEL Dansili LR.

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1st Dam: RAINBOW LAKE by Rainbow Quest. 3 wins at 3, Lancashire Oaks G3. Dam of 7 winners: 1995: BRIMMING (c Generous) 3 wins at 3. 1996: Barbican (c Caerleon). ran twice in N.H. Flat Races. 1997: UNAWARE (g Unfuwain) 7 wins. 1998: Polish Lake (f Polish Precedent) unraced. Broodmare. 1999: Lake of Dreams (g Polish Precedent) ran a few times. 2000: POWERSCOURT (c Sadler’s Wells). 5 wins at 2 to 5 at home, USA, Tattersalls Gold Cup G1, Arlington Million S G1, 2nd Prince of Wales’s S G1, Racing Post Trophy G1, G.DallmayrPreis Bayerisches Zuchtrennen G1, 3rd Irish Field Irish St Leger G1, Baileys Irish Champion S G1, John Deere Breeders’ Cup Turf G1. Sire. 2001: KIND (f Danehill) 6 wins at 3 and 4, Totesport Kilvington S LR, betfair.com Flower of Scotland S LR, 3rd Ballyogan S G3. Dam of FRANKEL (c Galileo: 14 wins at 2 to 4, Juddmonte International S G1, Qipco Champion S G1, Dubai Dewhurst S G1, JLT Lockinge S G1, Queen Anne S G1, Qipco Queen Elizabeth II S G1, St James’s Palace S G1, Qipco Sussex S G1 (twice), Qipco 2000

Dansili Hasili RAIL LINK b 2003 Theatrical Docklands Dockage LAST TRAIN b c 2009 Blushing Groom Rainbow Quest I Will Follow RAINBOW LAKE b 90 Stage Door Johnny Rockfest Rock Garden

129 - Prix Vanteaux, G3, Longchamp, April 28, 1800m 1 Esoterique (IRE) 3 b f Danehill Dancer (IRE) - Dievotchka (GB) (Dancing Brave (USA)) 2 Silasol (IRE) 3 b f Monsun (GER) Stormina (USA) (Gulch (USA)) 3 Pearlside (FR) 3 b f Alhaarth (IRE) Prickly Pearl (IRE) (Lahib (USA)) Age: 3; Starts: 2; Wins: 2; Places: 0 Earnings: £42,683 Sire: DANEHILL DANCER. Sire of 147 Stakes winners. In 2013 - STEPS IN TIME O’Reilly G2, ESOTERIQUE Dancing Brave G3, PLANTEUR Giant’s

Causeway LR, BLACK QUARTZ Pursuit of Love LR, FORGOTTEN VOICE Spend A Buck LR. 1st Dam: Dievotchka by Dancing Brave. unraced. Dam of 10 winners: 1995: RUSSIAN HOPE (c Rock Hopper). 11 wins at 2 to 6 in France, Kingdom of Saudi Ara, Grand Prix de Deauville G2. 1996: RUSSIAN SHIFT (g Night Shift) 9 wins in France. 1997: RUSSIAN TYCOON (c Last Tycoon) 2 wins at 3 in France. 1999: DIEVOTCHKINA (f Bluebird) 2 wins at 3 in France. Broodmare. 2000: RUSSIAN HILL (f Indian Ridge) 2 wins at 3 and 5 in France, Grand Prix de Compiegne LR, 2nd Prix de Royallieu Hotel du Golf Barriere G2, Prix Corrida G2. Dam of Russian Soul (g Invincible Spirit: 3 wins at 4, 3rd Emirates Holidays Meydan Sprint LR) 2001: Russian Love (f Machiavellian). Broodmare. 2002: ARCHANGE D’OR (c Danehill) 4 wins at 3 in France, P.Eugene Adam (G.P.de MaisonsLaffitte) G2. Sire. 2004: RUSSIAN DESERT (c Desert Prince) 3 wins at 2, 3 and 5 in France, Prix Matchem LR, 3rd P.Eugene Adam (G.P.de Maisons-Laffitte) G2. 2005: RUSSIAN CROSS (c Cape Cross) 4 wins at 2, 3 and 5 in France, Prix Guillaume d’Ornano G2. 2007: RUSSIAN SYMBOL (f Danehill Dancer) Winner at 3 in France. Broodmare. 2008: Something Strange (f Holy Roman Emperor) ran on the flat in France. 2010: ESOTERIQUE (f Danehill Dancer) 2 wins at 3 in France, Prix Vanteaux G3. 2011: (c Lawman) 2nd Dam: High And Dry by High Line. 1 win at 2, 3rd Waterford Candelabra S G3. Grandam of COOL CREEK, CATHY’S STAR, Encanto Park, Yo Claudio, Chilldown. Third dam of MILES RULES, P TOWN JOHN, ITALIAN BOY, S’Il Vous Plait. Fourth dam of RIVERTIME, STORM OF WIND. Broodmare Sire: DANCING BRAVE. Sire of the dams of 70 Stakes winners. In 2013 - RAVE Oratorio G1, CLARENTE Dance In The Dark G3, ESOTERIQUE Danehill Dancer G3, RIKIAI KUROFUNE Kurofune LR.

Danzig Danehill Razyana DANEHILL DANCER b 93 Sharpen Up Mira Adonde Lettre d’Amour ESOTERIQUE b f 2010 Lyphard Dancing Brave Navajo Princess DIEVOTCHKA b 89 High Line High And Dry Photo Flash

130 - Prix Ganay, G1, Longchamp, April 28, 2000m 1 Pastorius (GER) 4 b c Soldier Hollow (GB) - Princess Li (GER) (Monsun (GER)) 2 Maxios (GB) 5 b c Monsun (GER) Moonlight’s Box (USA) (Nureyev (USA)) 3 Dunaden (FR) 7 b c Nicobar (GB) - La Marlia (FR) (Kaldounevees (FR)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 12; Wins: 6; Places: 5 Earnings: £632,522 Sire: SOLDIER HOLLOW. Sire of 4 Stakes winners. In 2013 - PASTORIUS Monsun G1. 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) 3 wins at 2 to 4 in Germany, 2nd Premio del Piazzale G3, 3rd Bayerische Hausbau Grosse Europa Meile G2. 2009: PASTORIUS (c Soldier Hollow) Champion 3yr old colt in Germany in 2012, Champion 3yr old in Europe in 2012 (9.5-10.5f.). 6 wins at 2 to 4 in France, Germany, Prix Ganay G1, Grosser Dallmayr Bayerisches Zuchtrennen G1, Sparda Deutsches Derby G1, German Racing Herzog von Ratibor Rennen G3, Westminster 22 P. der Deutschen Einheit G3, 2nd Winterfavorit-Trial LR, 3rd Longines Grosser Preis von Baden G1. 2011: (f Sholokhov) Broodmare Sire: MONSUN. Sire of the dams of 23 Stakes winners. In 2013 PASTORIUS Soldier Hollow G1, KAPOUR Toylsome 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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international database Age: 2-3; Starts: 3; Wins: 2; Places: 1 Earnings: £47,349 Sire: DOYEN. Sire of 10 Stakes winners. In 2013 - VIF MONSIEUR Big Shuffle G3, DOYLY CARTE Generous LR. 1st Dam: VIVE MADAME by Big Shuffle. 3 wins at 3 and 4 in Germany. Own sister to Vive La Reine and Vive La Vie. Dam of 3 winners: 2008: VIVE PAOLO (c Paolini) 3 wins. 2009: VIVE LUMIERE (f Ransom O’War) Winner at 3 in Germany. 2010: VIF MONSIEUR (c Doyen) 2 wins at 2 and 3 in Germany, Fruhjahrs-Preis des Bankhauses Metzler G3. 2011: Vif Garcon (c Doyen) unraced to date. 2012: Vif Ma Fille (f Doyen) 2013: Vif Mon Fils (c Soldier Hollow) 2nd Dam: Vallauris by Surumu. unraced. Dam of VILETTA (f Doyen: Winterkonigin Trial LR, 3rd RIU Preis der Winterkonigin Rennen G3), Vive La Reine (f Big Shuffle: 3rd Preis des Porsche Zentrum Koln LR), Vive La Vie (f Big Shuffle: 2nd Henkel Trial Dusseldorfer Stutenpreis LR) Broodmare Sire: BIG SHUFFLE. Sire of the dams of 21 Stakes winners. In 2013 - VIF MONSIEUR Doyen G3.

Northern Dancer Sadler’s Wells Fairy Bridge DOYEN b 2000 Kris Moon Cactus Lady Moon VIF MONSIEUR b c 2010 Super Concorde Big Shuffle Raise Your Skirts VIVE MADAME b 2002 Surumu Vallauris Valseuse

132 - Prix Allez France, G3, Chantilly, April 29, 2000m 1 Romantica (GB) 4 b f Galileo (IRE) Banks Hill (GB) (Danehill (USA)) 2 Harem Lady (FR) 4 b f Teofilo (IRE) Luminosity (GB) (Sillery (USA)) 3 Victorinna (FR) 5 ch f Gentlewave (IRE) - Marcela Howard (IRE) (Fasliyev (USA)) Age: 3-4; Starts: 7; Wins: 3; Places: 3 Earnings: £133,936 Sire: GALILEO. Sire of 134 Stakes winners. In 2013 - BATTLE OF MARENGO Green Desert G3, ROMANTICA Danehill G3, INTELLO Danehill LR, LINTON Centaine LR. 1st Dam: BANKS HILL by Danehill.

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Champion 3yr old filly in Europe in 2001. 5 wins at 2 to 4 at home, France, USA, Coronation S G1, P. Fresnay le Buffard Jacques Le Marois G1, Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Turf G1, 2nd Dubai Poule d’Essai des Pouliches G1, Prix du Moulin de Longchamp G1 (twice), P. Fresnay le Buffard Jacques Le Marois G1, Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Turf G1, 3rd Prince of Wales’s S G1, Prix d’Ispahan G1, Yellow Ribbon S G1. Own sister to INTERCONTINENTAL, CHAMPS ELYSEES, CACIQUE and DANSILI. Dam of 3 winners: 2004: Cavvy (c Kingmambo) unraced. 2005: IDEAL WORLD (c Kingmambo) 4 wins at 3 and 4 in France, Prix de Reux LR, Prix Pelleas LR, 2nd Qatar Prix Niel G2. 2006: TROJAN QUEEN (f Empire Maker) Winner at 4 in France. Broodmare. 2008: (c Giant’s Causeway) 2009: ROMANTICA (f Galileo) 3 wins at 3 and 4 in France, Prix de la Nonette - Shadwell G2, Prix Allez France G3, 2nd Prix Chloe G3, Prix de Psyche G3. 2010: Dumfriesshire (f Oasis Dream) unraced to date. 2nd Dam: HASILI by Kahyasi. 4 wins at 2 in France Prix des Sablonnets LR. Own sister to ARRIVE. Dam of INTERCONTINENTAL (f Danehill: Matriarch S G1, Emirates Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Turf G1, 3rd Sagitta 1000 Guineas G1, Grand Criterium - Lucien Barriere G1, John C Mabee H G1), CACIQUE (c Danehill: Manhattan H G1, Man O’War S G1, 2nd Juddmonte Grand Prix de Paris G1, Prix Jean Prat G1, United Nations S G1, Arlington Million S G1, Woodford Reserve Turf Classic S G1, 3rd Prix d’Ispahan G1), HEAT HAZE (f Green Desert: Matriarch S G1, Beverly D S G1, 2nd Diana H G1, 3rd Flower Bowl Invitational S G1), CHAMPS ELYSEES (c Danehill: Pattison Canadian International S G1, Hollywood Turf Cup S G1, Northern Dancer Turf S G1, 2nd G. P. del Jockey Club e Coppa d’Oro G1, Santa Anita H G1, Hollywood Turf Cup S G1, 3rd Pattison Canadian International S G1, Santa Anita H G1), BANKS HILL (f Danehill, see above), DANSILI (c Danehill: Prix du Muguet G2, 2nd Champagne Lanson Sussex S G1, Dubai Poule d’Essai des Poulains G1, Prix de la Foret G1, 3rd Emirates Prix du Moulin de Longchamp G1, P. Fresnay le Buffard Jacques Le Marois G1, Breeders’ Cup Mile G1), DELUXE (f Storm Cat: Cardinal H G3, 2nd Montjeu Coolmore Prix Saint-Alary G1) Broodmare Sire: DANEHILL. Sire of the dams of 221 Stakes winners. In 2013 - MORE THAN SACRED More Than Ready G1, RUUD AWAKENING Bernardini G1, FENOMENO Stay Gold G2, FIX Iffraaj G2, MULAAZEM Dubai

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Destination G2, STAR OF GISELLE Reset G2, CUSTOM CUT Notnowcato G3, MOREISH More Than Ready G3, ROMANTIC MOON More Than Ready G3, ROMANTICA Galileo G3, SUGAR BOY Authorized G3, TREBLE JIG Gone West G3, GOLD SAND Footstepsinthesand LR, GOOD BABY Hussonet LR, INTELLO Galileo LR, JOLIE BLONDE Testa Rossa LR, READY TO RIP More Than Ready LR, STEINBECK Footstepsinthesand LR, UNDER THE EIFFEL Mossman LR, INISH ISLAND Trans Island LR. The Galileo/Danehill cross has produced: BANC DE FORTUNE G1, CIMA DE TRIOMPHE G1, CUIS GHAIRE G1, FRANKEL G1, GOLDEN LILAC G1, MAYBE G1, RODERIC O’CONNOR G1, TEOFILO G1, NOBLE MISSION G2, REEM G2, ROMANTICA G2, CRYSTAL GAL G3, LAGALP G3, SIDERA G3, INTELLO LR, MISS GALILEI LR, VIA GALILEI LR, Galileo’s Destiny G1, Gile Na Greine G1, Scintillula G1, The Assayer G1, Brightest G3, Claiomh Solais G3, Marksmanship G3, Acteur Celebre LR, Amerique LR, Pageboy LR.

Northern Dancer Sadler’s Wells Fairy Bridge GALILEO b 98 Miswaki Urban Sea Allegretta ROMANTICA b f 2009 Danzig Danehill Razyana BANKS HILL b 98 Kahyasi Hasili Kerali

133 - Prix du Muguet, G2, SaintCloud, May 1, 1600m 1 Don Bosco (FR) 6 ch c Barathea (IRE) - Perfidie (IRE) (Monsun (GER)) 2 Sarkiyla (FR) 4 b f Oasis Dream (GB) Sarlisa (FR) (Rainbow Quest (USA)) 3 Sofast (FR) 4 ch c Rock of Gibraltar (IRE) - Beautifix (GER) (Bering) Age: 3-6; Starts: 32; Wins: 9; Places: 14 Earnings: £356,517 Sire: BARATHEA. Sire of 87 Stakes winners. In 2013 - DON BOSCO Monsun G2. 1st Dam: Perfidie by Monsun. unraced. Dam of 3 winners: 2007: DON BOSCO (c Barathea) Sold 38,515gns yearling at ARAUG. 9 wins at 3 to 6, 2013 in France, Prix du Muguet G2, Prix Gontaut-Biron-Hong Kong Jockey Club G3, Prix Perth G3, Grand Prix de la Riviera Cote d’Azur LR, 2nd Prix d’Harcourt G2, Prix Exbury G3, Prix de Boulogne LR, G P Region

Alsace-Etape du Defi du Galop LR, 3rd GP de Vichy-Auvergne Etapi du Defi Galop G3, G.P. de Compiegne Etapi du Defi du Galop LR. 2008: VODKATO (g Russian Blue) 4 wins at 3 and 4 in France, Prix Lyphard LR. 2009: Orcus (c Russian Blue) 3 wins at 2 and 3 in France, 2nd Criterium du Fonds Europeen de L’Elevage LR, Criterium de Lyon LR. 2010: Clara Luna (f Muhtathir) unraced to date. 2011: Shayboob (c Rock of Gibraltar) unraced to date. 2012: (f Lawman) 2nd Dam: Pelagic by Rainbow Quest. 1 win at 3 in France, 3rd Prix des Tuileries LR. Dam of PAMPA NEGRA (f Barathea: Prix Solitude LR), Zaragozo (c Zafonic: 3rd Prix Matchem LR) Broodmare Sire: MONSUN. Sire of the dams of 23 Stakes winners. In 2013 PASTORIUS Soldier Hollow G1, DON BOSCO Barathea G2, KAPOUR Toylsome LR.

Northern Dancer Sadler’s Wells Fairy Bridge BARATHEA b 90 Habitat Brocade Canton Silk DON BOSCO ch c 2007 Konigsstuhl Monsun Mosella PERFIDIE b 2002 Rainbow Quest Pelagic Fleet Girl

134 - Bethmann Bank Silberne Peitsche, G3, Munich, May 1, 1200m 1 Arnold Lane (IRE) 4 b c Footstepsinthesand (GB) - Capriole (GB) (Noverre (USA)) 2 Gracia Directa (GER) 5 b f Kyllachy (GB) - Glyceria (IRE) (Common Grounds) 3 Smooth Operator (GER) 7 b g Big Shuffle (USA) - Salzgitter (GB) (Salse (USA)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 20; Wins: 3; Places: 9 Earnings: £94,795 Sire: FOOTSTEPSINTHESAND. Sire of 21 Stakes winners. In 2013 INFILTRADA Lode G2, ARNOLD LANE Noverre G3, ARASIN Woodman LR, GOLD SAND Danehill LR, PREMIER STEPS Second Set LR, STEINBECK Danehill LR, SERICA Apalachee LR. 1st Dam: Capriole by Noverre. unraced. Dam of 1 winner: 2008: (c Motivator) 2009: ARNOLD LANE (c Footstepsinthesand) Sold 50,568gns


international database yearling at GOOY1. 3 wins at 2 to 4, Bethmann Bank Silberne Peitsche G3, 3rd Dubai Challenge S G2. 2010: Mists of Time (f Excellent Art) in training. 2012: (c Mastercraftsman) 2nd Dam: Zonda by Fabulous Dancer. 4 wins, 3rd Milcars Temple Fortune S LR. Dam of Zoning (c Warning: 2nd Jebel Ali Mile LR), Zambezi (f Rahy: 2nd Prix Aymeri de Mauleon LR). Grandam of HIBAAYEB, Fragrancy, May Meeting, Categorical. Broodmare Sire: NOVERRE. Sire of the dams of 2 Stakes winners. In 2013 ARNOLD LANE Footstepsinthesand G3, SHURUQ Elusive Quality G3.

Storm Cat Giant’s Causeway Mariah’s Storm FOOTSTEPSINTHESAND b 2002 Rainbow Quest Glatisant Dancing Rocks ARNOLD LANE b c 2009 Rahy Noverre Danseur Fabuleux CAPRIOLE b 2004 Fabulous Dancer Zonda Oh So Hot

135 - Longines Sagaro Stakes, G3, Ascot, May 1, 16f 1 Estimate (IRE) 4 b f Monsun (GER) Ebaziya (IRE) (Darshaan) 2 Caucus (GB) 6 b g Cape Cross (IRE) Maid To Perfection (GB) (Sadler’s Wells (USA)) 3 Sir Graham Wade (IRE) 4 gr c Dalakhani (IRE) - Needwood Epic (GB) (Midyan (USA)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 6; Wins: 3; Places: 2 Earnings: £86,783 Sire: MONSUN. Sire of 102 Stakes winners. In 2013 - MAXIOS Nureyev G2, ESTIMATE Darshaan G3, TRIPLE THREAT Lyphard G3, OCOVANGO Gone West LR. 1st Dam: EBAZIYA by Darshaan. 4 wins at 2 and 3, Leopardstown Golf Centre Trigo S LR, Ballysax S LR, Ardilaun House Hotel Oyster S LR, 2nd Meadow Meats Killavullan EBF S G3, 3rd Blandford S G2. Dam of 8 winners: 1994: EBADIYLA (f Sadler’s Wells) Champion 3yr old filly in Ireland in 1997. 3 wins at 3 at home, France, Kildangan Stud Irish Oaks G1, Prix Royal Oak G1, 3rd Vodafone Coronation Cup G1. Dam of EYSHAL (c Green Desert: 5 wins at 3 to 5 at home, Hong Kong, The Jebsen Centenary Vase LR, 3rd Laing O’Rourke National S G1), EBAZIYAN (g Daylami: 6 wins, Anglo Irish Bank Supreme Novices’ Hurdle G1,

3rd Ballymore Prop. Hatton’s Grace Hurdle G1, ACC Bank Champion Hurdle G1). Grandam of Ensaya (f Alhaarth: Winner at 3 in France, 3rd Prix Panacee LR, Prix Vulcain LR), EBADIYAN (g Daylami: 4 wins, Punchestown Juvenile Hurdle G3, 2nd Spring Juvenile Hurdle G2) 1995: ENZELI (c Kahyasi). 6 wins at 3 to 5, Ascot Gold Cup G1. 1996: EDABIYA (f Rainbow Quest). 2 wins at 2, Moyglare Stud S G1, 3rd Meon Valley Stud Fillies’ Mile S G1. Broodmare. Dam of Edeymi (g Barathea: 2 wins, 2nd Fred Winter Juvenile H. Hurdle G3) 1997: Ezbek (c Suave Dancer) 1998: Elapour (c Sadler’s Wells) 1999: EBARAYA (f Sadler’s Wells) Winner at 3. Broodmare. 2000: Elasouna (f Rainbow Quest) Winner at 2, 3rd Irish Stallion Farms EBF Noblesse S LR. Broodmare. 2001: Ebareva (f Machiavellian) unraced. Broodmare. 2002: Ebaza (f Sinndar). Dam of EMIYNA (f Maria’s Mon: 2 wins at 3, Starspangledbanner EBF Athasi S G3) 2004: Elbasana (f Indian Ridge) ran once. Broodmare. 2005: Erzen (g Daylami) 2 wins over hurdles, 2nd Tote Scoop6 Heroes Sandown H. Hurdle G3. 2006: Eytarna (f Dubai Destination) 2 wins at 3, 3rd Finale S LR. Broodmare. 2007: Edallora (f Refuse To Bend) 2009: ESTIMATE (f Monsun) 3 wins at 3 and 4, Longines Sagaro S G3, Queen’s Vase G3, 3rd DFS Park Hill S G2, I-Shares Lillie Langtry S G3. 2nd Dam: EZANA by Ela-Mana-Mou. 1 win at 3 in France. Dam of EBAZIYA (f Darshaan, see above). Grandam of EZIMA, Ezalli. Broodmare Sire: DARSHAAN. Sire of the dams of 203 Stakes winners. In 2013 - SAJJHAA King’s Best G1, AL KAZEEM Dubawi G3, ESTIMATE Monsun G3, GLOBAL THRILL Big Shuffle G3, JUTLAND Halling G3, ALEXANDRA PALACE Jet Master LR, KELINNI Refuse To Bend LR. The Monsun/Darshaan cross has produced: ESTIMATE G2, SUESTADO LR.

Dschingis Khan Konigsstuhl Konigskronung MONSUN br 90 Surumu Mosella Monasia ESTIMATE b f 2009 Shirley Heights Darshaan Delsy EBAZIYA b 89 Ela-Mana-Mou Ezana Evisa

136 - Prix Greffulhe, G2, Saint-Cloud, May 4, 2000m 1 Ocovango (GB) 3 br c Monsun (GER) Crystal Maze (GB) (Gone West (USA)) 2 Bravodino (USA) 3 b/br c Dynaformer (USA) - Angel In My Heart (FR) (Rainbow Quest (USA)) 3 Wire To Wire (FR) 3 b c Observatory (USA) - Sachet (USA) (Royal Academy (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 3; Wins: 3; Places: 0 Earnings: £92,602 Sire: MONSUN. Sire of 102 Stakes winners. In 2013 - MAXIOS Nureyev G2, OCOVANGO Gone West G2, ESTIMATE Darshaan G3, TRIPLE THREAT Lyphard G3. 1st Dam: Crystal Maze by Gone West. unraced. Dam of 1 winner: 2010: OCOVANGO (c Monsun) Sold 147,783gns yearling at ARAUG. 3 wins at 2 and 3 in France, Prix Greffulhe G2, Prix Francois Mathet LR. 2011: If So Minded (f Shamardal) unraced to date. 2012: (f New Approach) 2013: (c Fastnet Rock) 2nd Dam: CRYSTAL MUSIC by Nureyev. 3 wins at 2 Meon Valley Stud Fillies’ Mile S G1, 2nd Coronation S G1, Entenmann’s Irish 1000 Guineas G1. Dam of Crystal Moment (g Distorted Humor: 3rd Evangeline Mile H LR), Treasury Devil (c Bernardini: 3rd Makfi Newmarket S LR), Crystany (f Green Desert: 2nd totetentofollow.co.uk Kilvington S LR) Broodmare Sire: GONE WEST. Sire of the dams of 98 Stakes winners. In 2013 - DISCREET DANCER Discreet Cat G2, OCOVANGO Monsun G2, AFRICAN STORY Pivotal G3, GOL TRICOLOR North Light G3, KUROSHIO Exceed And Excel G3, ADMIRE SAGACE Fuji Kiseki LR, AGULHAS Exceed And Excel LR, ELGHAYOOR Ghostzapper LR, LIGHT OF SUCCESS Acclamation LR.

Dschingis Khan Konigsstuhl Konigskronung MONSUN br 90 Surumu Mosella Monasia OCOVANGO br c 2010 Mr Prospector Gone West Secrettame CRYSTAL MAZE b 2004 Nureyev Crystal Music Crystal Spray

137 - Qipco 2000 Guineas, G1, Newmarket, May 4, 8f 1 Dawn Approach (IRE) 3 ch c New

Approach (IRE) - Hymn of The Dawn (USA) (Phone Trick (USA)) 2 Glory Awaits (IRE) 3 ch c Choisir (AUS) - Sandbox Two (IRE) (Foxhound (USA)) 3 Van Der Neer (GB) 3 b c Dutch Art (GB) - Lalectra (GB) (King Charlemagne (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 7; Wins: 7; Places: 0 Earnings: £593,029 Sire: NEW APPROACH. Sire of 5 Stakes winners. In 2013 - DAWN APPROACH Phone Trick G1, MONTSEGUR Flying Spur G3, TALENT Peintre Celebre LR. 1st Dam: Hymn of The Dawn by Phone Trick. Dam of 2 winners: 2004: Fainne (f Peintre Celebre) ran once. Broodmare. 2005: (c Lil’s Boy) 2006: COMADOIR (g Medecis) 3 wins at 3 and 6. 2007: Wake Me Up (f Rock of Gibraltar) ran. 2010: DAWN APPROACH (c New Approach) Champion 2yr old in Europe in 2012. 7 wins at 2 and 3, Dubai Dewhurst S G1, Goffs Vincent O’Brien National S G1, Qipco 2000 Guineas G1, Coventry S G2, Alfred Nobel Rochestown S LR. 2011: Prudent Approach (f New Approach) unraced to date. 2012: (c Vocalised) 2nd Dam: Colonial Debut by Pleasant Colony. Dam of Galantas (c Tale of The Cat: 2nd Galileo EBF Futurity G2, 2nd Sea O Erin H LR, 3rd Woodbine Mile S G1) Broodmare Sire: PHONE TRICK. Sire of the dams of 42 Stakes winners. In 2013 - DAWN APPROACH New Approach G1.

Sadler’s Wells Galileo Urban Sea NEW APPROACH ch 2005 Ahonoora Park Express Matcher DAWN APPROACH ch c 2010 Clever Trick Phone Trick Over The Phone HYMN OF THE DAWN b 99 Pleasant Colony Colonial Debut Kittihawk Miss

138 - Qatar Bloodstock Jockey Club Stakes, G2, Newmarket, May 4, 12f 1 Universal (IRE) 4 ch c Dubawi (IRE) Winesong (IRE) (Giant’s Causeway (USA)) 2 Dandino (GB) 6 br c Dansili (GB) Generous Diana (GB) (Generous (IRE)) 3 Wigmore Hall (IRE) 6 b g High Chaparral (IRE) - Love And Laughter (IRE) (Theatrical)

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international database Age: 2-4; Starts: 16; Wins: 6; Places: 5 Earnings: £147,996 Sire: DUBAWI. Sire of 57 Stakes winners. In 2013 - HUNTER’S LIGHT Barathea G1, WILLOW MAGIC Tierce G1, UNIVERSAL Giant’s Causeway G2, AHZEEMAH Entrepreneur G3, AL KAZEEM Darshaan G3, AKEED MOFEED Tiger Hill LR, CATKINS Catbird LR, FORT KNOX Green Desert LR, LUCKY NINE Green Desert LR, MANGIAPREGAAMA Cape Cross LR, MURIOI Fantastic Light LR. 1st Dam: Winesong by Giant’s Causeway. Dam of 1 winner: 2008: Mancunian (g Motivator) 2009: UNIVERSAL (c Dubawi) Sold 134,850gns yearling at ARAUG. 6 wins at 3 and 4, Qatar Bloodstock Jockey Club S G2, Dubai Duty Free John Porter S G3. 2010: Madam Mo (f Motivator) 2011: Windward Passage (c Dubawi) unraced to date. 2012: (c Dark Angel) 2nd Dam: SUNSET CAFE by Red Sunset. 1 win at 3. Own sister to BEESHI. Dam of SEAZUN (f Zieten: Shadwell Stud Cheveley Park S G1), Albertinelli (g Danehill: 3rd Netjets Celebration S LR, 2nd Channel 7 Premier’s Cup G3), Mahogany (c Orpen: 3rd Tyros S LR), Albert Einstein (c Danehill: 2nd Killavullan S G3) Broodmare Sire: GIANT’S CAUSEWAY. Sire of the dams of 21 Stakes winners. In 2013 - VERRAZANO More Than Ready G1, SOFT FALLING RAIN National Assembly G2, UNIVERSAL Dubawi G2, PLANTEUR Danehill Dancer LR, PLATINUM KINGDOM Magnus LR, ARGOCAT Montjeu LR. The Dubawi/Giant’s Causeway cross has produced: PRINCIPE ADEPTO G2, UNIVERSAL G2. Seeking The Gold Dubai Millennium Colorado Dancer DUBAWI b 2002 Deploy Zomaradah Jawaher UNIVERSAL ch c 2009 Storm Cat Giant’s Causeway Mariah’s Storm WINESONG ch 2002 Red Sunset Sunset Cafe Cafe Au Lait

139 - Pearl Bloodstock Palace House Stakes, G3, Newmarket, May 4, 5f 1 Sole Power (GB) 6 b g Kyllachy (GB) Demerger (USA) (Distant View (USA)) 2 Kingsgate Native (IRE) 8 b g Mujadil (USA) - Native Force (IRE) (Indian Ridge) 3 Tangerine Trees (GB) 8 b g Mind Games (GB) - Easy To Imagine (USA) (Cozzene

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(USA)) Age: 2-6; Starts: 30; Wins: 6; Places: 14 Earnings: £613,594 Sire: KYLLACHY. Sire of 20 Stakes winners. In 2013 - SOLE POWER Distant View G3. 1st Dam: Demerger by Distant View. unraced. Dam of 3 winners: 2002: Cornus (g Inchinor) 15 wins, 2nd Cornwallis S G3. 2003: Be My Charm (f Polish Precedent). Broodmare. 2007: SOLE POWER (g Kyllachy) Sold 30,476gns yearling at DNSLY. Champion 3yr old sprinter in Europe in 2010. 6 wins at 2 to 6, 2013, Coolmore Nunthorpe S G1, betfred.com Temple S G2, Pearl Bloodstock Palace House S G3, Scarbrough S LR, 2nd Emirates NBD Al Quoz Sprint G1, betfred.com Temple S G2, Market Slide Flying Five S G3, Grangecon Stud S LR, Emirates Holidays Meydan Sprint LR, 3rd King’s Stand S G1, Qatar Prix de l’Abbaye de Longchamp G1, Pearl Bloodstock Palace House S G3. 2008: Sonny Sunshine (f Royal Applause) unraced. Broodmare. 2009: Sotka (f Dutch Art) Winner at 2 in France, 2nd Prix des Reves d’Or Jacques Bouchara LR. 2011: Crafty Exit (c Mastercraftsman) unraced to date. 2012: (c Exceed And Excel) 2nd Dam: MERIDA by Warning. 2 wins at 3 and 4 in France, USA. Grandam of PENCIL HILL. Broodmare Sire: DISTANT VIEW. Sire of the dams of 18 Stakes winners. In 2013 BLUERIDGE MOUNTAIN Giant’s Causeway G1, SOLE POWER Kyllachy G3, ZEEWAT Harlan’s Holiday LR. Polar Falcon Pivotal Fearless Revival KYLLACHY b 98 Song Pretty Poppy Moonlight Serenade SOLE POWER b g 2007 Mr Prospector Distant View Seven Springs DEMERGER b 97 Warning Merida Metair

140 - Qipco 1000 Guineas, G1, Newmarket, May 5, 8f 1 Sky Lantern (IRE) 3 gr/ro f Red Clubs (IRE) - Shawanni (GB) (Shareef Dancer (USA)) 2 Just The Judge (IRE) 3 br f Lawman (FR) Faraday Light (IRE) (Rainbow Quest (USA)) 3 Moth (IRE) 3 b f Galileo (IRE) - Pieds de Plume (FR) (Seattle Slew (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 8; Wins: 4; Places: 3 Earnings: £421,308

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Sire: RED CLUBS. Sire of 5 Stakes winners. In 2013 - SKY LANTERN Shareef Dancer G1. 1st Dam: SHAWANNI by Shareef Dancer. Winner at 2. Dam of 10 winners: 1998: MYSTIC MAN (g Cadeaux Genereux) 14 wins at 3 to 9. 1999: TWILIGHT SONNET (f Exit To Nowhere) 2 wins at 2. Broodmare. 2000: SHANTY STAR (g Hector Protector) 4 wins at 2, 3 and 6 at home, UAE, Queen’s Vase G3. 2001: Shazana (f Key of Luck) ran 3 times and ran once over hurdles. Broodmare. 2002: SHARABY (f Cadeaux Genereux) 2 wins at 3. Broodmare. 2003: LUCKY TOKEN (f Key of Luck) Winner at 3. Broodmare. 2004: HINTON ADMIRAL (g Spectrum) 16 wins to 2012, ladbrokes.com Doncaster S LR, betdirectuk.com Spring Cup LR. 2005: SUMMER GAMES (f Storming Home) 2 wins at 4 in UAE. 2006: Scarlet Empire (f Red Ransom) unraced. Broodmare. 2007: ARCTIC (g Shamardal) 4 wins at 2 and 5, Go And Go Round Tower S G3. 2008: Shropshire (g Shamardal) 3 wins at 2 and 4, 3rd totesport.com Greenham S G3. 2010: SKY LANTERN (f Red Clubs) Sold 61,576gns yearling at GOOY1. 4 wins at 2 and 3, Moyglare Stud S G1, Qipco 1000 Guineas G1, Coolmore Stud EBF Sprint S LR, 2nd Lanwades Stud Nell Gwyn S G3, Whiteley Clinic Prestige S G3, germantb.com Sweet Solera S G3. 2nd Dam: NEGLIGENT by Ahonoora. Champion 2yr old filly in England in 1989. 1 win at 2 Bottisham Heath Stud Rockfel S G3, 3rd General Accident 1000 Guineas G1. Own sister to Ala Mahlik. Dam of BLATANT (g Machiavellian: Shadwell Farm Sheikh Maktoum Challenge I G3, 2nd Premio Vittorio di Capua G1, 3rd Barclays PLC Queen Elizabeth II S G1), SONGLARK (g Singspiel: Prix Thomas Bryon G3, 2nd UAE Derby G2). Grandam of So Belle, Silver Grey. Broodmare Sire: SHAREEF DANCER. Sire of the dams of 66 Stakes winners. In 2013 - SKY LANTERN Red Clubs G1, DANCER DESTINATION Dubai Destination G3.

Roberto Red Ransom Arabia RED CLUBS br 2003 First Trump Two Clubs Miss Cindy SKY LANTERN gr/ro f 2010 Northern Dancer Shareef Dancer Sweet Alliance SHAWANNI gr 93 Ahonoora Negligent Negligence

141 - Qatar Bloodstock Dahlia Stakes, G3, Newmarket, May 5, 9f 1 Dank (GB) 4 b f Dansili (GB) Masskana (IRE) (Darshaan) 2 Chigun (GB) 4 b f Oasis Dream (GB) Stormy Weather (GB) (Nashwan (USA)) 3 Thistle Bird (GB) 5 b f Selkirk (USA) Dolma (FR) (Marchand de Sable (USA)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 8; Wins: 4; Places: 2 Earnings: £89,039 Sire: DANSILI. Sire of 76 Stakes winners. In 2013 - FORETELLER Warning G1, DANK Darshaan G3, TESTOSTERONE Sadler’s Wells LR, CASCAVEL Rainbow Quest LR. 1st Dam: MASSKANA by Darshaan. 3 wins at 4 and 5 in France. Dam of 6 winners: 1995: Guinevere (f Fairy King) unraced. Grandam of LORD BADGER (g Badger’s Drift: East Cape Guineas LR, 3rd Champion Juvenile Cup G3) 1996: WALLACE (c Royal Academy) 2 wins at 3, Michael Page Int. Silver Trophy S LR, 2nd Great North Eastern Railway Park S G3. 1997: TWILIGHT WORLD (g Night Shift) Winner at 3. 1999: SULK (f Selkirk) Champion 2yr old filly in France in 2001. 2 wins at 2 at home, France, Prix Marcel BoussacRoyal Barriere G1, 2nd Vodafone Nassau S G1, Prix Royal-Oak G1, 3rd Aston Upthorpe Yorkshire Oaks G1. Dam of IBN BATTUTA (c Seeking The Gold: 3 wins at 4 in UAE, HH The President Cup LR, 3rd Comm.Bank of Dubai Al Fahidi Fort S G2) 2000: Shostakovich (c Danehill) 2001: ANNA PALLIDA (f Sadler’s Wells) Winner at 3. Dam of PIMPERNEL (f Invincible Spirit: 4 wins at 2, Totepool Radley S LR, 2nd Vision.ae Rockfel S G2) Broadway Hit (f Sadler’s 2003: Wells) unraced. Broodmare. 2004: EAGLE MOUNTAIN (c Rock of Gibraltar). 5 wins at 2 to 4 at home, Hong Kong, Cathay Pacific Hong Kong Cup G1, 2nd Emirates Airline Champion S G1, Vodafone Derby S G1, Emirates Airlines Breeders’ Cup Turf G1, 3rd Budweiser Irish Derby G1. 2005: Slink (f Selkirk) unraced. Broodmare. 2007: Moby Dick (g Montjeu) 2009: DANK (f Dansili) 4 wins at 3 and 4, TBA Atalanta S G3, Qatar Bloodstock Dahlia S G3, 2nd British Stall.Studs Dick Hern EBF S LR. 2011: Household Cavalry (c Oasis Dream) unraced to date. 2nd Dam: MASARIKA by Thatch. 4 wins at 2 and 3 in France Poule d’Essai des Pouliches G1, Prix Robert Papin G1, 2nd Prix Marcel Boussac G1, 3rd Prix Morny G1. Dam of MASSYAR (c Kahyasi: Gallinule S G2, 3rd Airlie


international database Coolmore Irish 2000 Guineas G1), MADJARISTAN (c Irish River: Arcadia H G3, 3rd Eddie Read H G1). Grandam of MASALARIAN, Masani. Broodmare Sire: DARSHAAN. Sire of the dams of 203 Stakes winners. In 2013 - SAJJHAA King’s Best G1, AL KAZEEM Dubawi G3, DANK Dansili G3, ESTIMATE Monsun G3, GLOBAL THRILL Big Shuffle G3, JUTLAND Halling G3, VIZTORIA Oratorio G3, ALEXANDRA PALACE Jet Master LR, KELINNI Refuse To Bend LR. The Dansili/Darshaan cross has produced: DREAM PEACE G1, DANK G3.

2007: Braggadocio (g Fraam) ran once. 2009: Best Off (c Osorio) unraced. 2010: BEATRICE (f Dr Fong) Sold 11,494gns yearling at BBAGS. 2 wins at 2 in France, K.Baronin von Ullmann Schwarzgold Rennen G3, 2nd Prix La Camargo LR, Prix des Sablonnets LR, 3rd Grosser Preis Herzog von Ratibor Rennen G3. 2011: (f Mount Nelson) Broodmare Sire: ANITA’S PRINCE. Sire of the dams of 3 Stakes winners. In 2013 - BEATRICE Dr Fong G3.

Roberto Kris S Sharp Queen DR FONG ch 95

Danzig Danehill Razyana DANSILI b 96 Kahyasi Hasili Kerali DANK b f 2009 Shirley Heights Darshaan Delsy MASSKANA b 88 Thatch Masarika Miss Melody

142 - K.Baronin von Ullmann Schwarzgold Rennen, G3, Cologne, May 5, 1600m 1 Beatrice (GB) 3 b f Dr Fong (USA) Brangane (IRE) (Anita’s Prince) 2 Red Lips (GER) 3 b f Areion (GER) Rosarium (GER) (Zinaad (GB)) 3 Calyxa (GB) 3 b f Pivotal (GB) - Chantra (GER) (Lando (GER)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 8; Wins: 2; Places: 4 Earnings: £41,068 Sire: DR FONG. Sire of 31 Stakes winners. In 2013 - BEATRICE Anita’s Prince G3. 1st Dam: BRANGANE by Anita’s Prince. 6 wins at 2 to 4 in Czech Republic, Germany, Slovakia, Switzerland. Dam of 7 winners: 1999: BELCORE (c Saumarez) 5 wins at 3 and 5 in France, Germany, Grosser Muller Brot-Preis G2. 2000: BAYADERE (f Lavirco) 3 wins. 2001: BELLA GIACONDA (f Goofalik) 4 wins at 4 and 5 in Germany. Broodmare. 2002: BESI (g Lavirco) 3 wins at 3 and 5 in Germany. 2004: BRASS SOLDIER (c Spectrum) 4 wins at 2 to 6 in Russia. 2005: LORD OF THE WING (g Daggers Drawn) 4 wins at 3 to 5 in Guernsey, Jersey. 2006: (c Tiger Hill)

Miswaki Spring Flight Coco La Investment BEATRICE b f 2010 Stradavinsky Anita’s Prince Get Ready BRANGANE b 94 Flash of Steel Boskovice Bowbee

143 - High Chaparral EBF Mooresbridge Stakes, G3, Curragh, May 6, 10f 1 Camelot (GB) 4 b c Montjeu (IRE) Tarfah (USA) (Kingmambo (USA)) 2 Triumphant (IRE) 4 b g Danehill Dancer (IRE) - Meek Appeal (USA) (Woodman (USA)) 3 Parish Hall (IRE) 4 b c Teofilo (IRE) Halla Siamsa (IRE) (Montjeu (IRE)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 8; Wins: 6; Places: 1 Earnings: £1,867,330 Sire: MONTJEU. Sire of 118 Stakes winners. In 2013 - ST NICHOLAS ABBEY Sure Blade G1, CAMELOT Kingmambo G3, ARGOCAT Giant’s Causeway LR, FIRST AVENUE Machiavellian LR, HURRICANE FLY Kenmare LR, PRIVATE TREASURE Woodman 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, Champion 3yr old colt in Europe in 2012. 6 wins at 2 to 4, Investec Derby S G1, Dubai Duty Free Irish Derby G1, Racing Post Trophy G1, Qipco 2000 Guineas G1, High Chaparral EBF Mooresbridge S G3, 2nd Ladbrokes St Leger S G1. 2010: (f Cape Cross)

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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 66 Stakes winners. In 2013 - SUPER COOL Fastnet Rock G1, CAMELOT Montjeu G3, HOT SNAP Pivotal G3, KITTEN’S POINT Kitten’s Joy G3, OLYMPIC OWEN Jay Peg G3, SKY KINGDOM Empire Maker G3, WINNING CAUSE Giant’s Causeway G3, BEAUTY HARLAN Harlan’s Holiday LR, GENERAL ELECTION Harlan’s Holiday LR. The Montjeu/Kingmambo cross has produced: CAMELOT G1, MOUNT HELICON LR, Uimhir A Haon G3.

LR, 2nd Criterium de Maisons-Laffitte G2. 2011: Namely (f Rock of Gibraltar) unraced to date. 2nd Dam: For Example by Northern Baby. Dam of VIZ (f Darshaan, see above), Forbearing (g Bering: 2nd Petros Rose of Lancaster S G3), Dryden House (f Cadeaux Genereux: 3rd Prix Ceres LR) Broodmare Sire: DARSHAAN. Sire of the dams of 203 Stakes winners. In 2013 - SAJJHAA King’s Best G1, AL KAZEEM Dubawi G3, DANK Dansili G3, ESTIMATE Monsun G3, GLOBAL THRILL Big Shuffle G3, JUTLAND Halling G3, VIZTORIA Oratorio G3, ALEXANDRA PALACE Jet Master LR, KELINNI Refuse To Bend LR.

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

Razyana ORATORIO b 2002 Vaguely Noble Mahrah Montage VIZTORIA b f 2010 Shirley Heights Darshaan Delsy VIZ b 2002 Northern Baby For Example Bold Example

144 - Canford Cliffs EBF Athasi Stakes, G3, Curragh, May 6, 7f

145 - Prix d’Hedouville, G3, Longchamp, May 8, 2400m

1 Viztoria (IRE) 3 b f Oratorio (IRE) - Viz (IRE) (Darshaan) 2 Bunairgead (IRE) 3 b f New Approach (IRE) - Montecito (USA) (Seeking The Gold (USA)) 3 Moonstone Magic (GB) 4 b f Trade Fair (GB) - Woodcock Moon (GB) (Kyllachy (GB)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 4; Wins: 3; Places: 1 Earnings: £102,880 Sire: ORATORIO. Sire of 32 Stakes winners. In 2013 - RAVE Dancing Brave G1, MOONWALK IN PARIS Singspiel G3, VIZTORIA Darshaan G3, BIZ THE NURSE Tobougg LR, ORATORIO LATINO Sadler’s Wells LR, OTTIMO Octagonal LR, RIOCETTO Canny Lad LR, TECHNOKRAT Enrique LR. 1st Dam: VIZ by Darshaan. 2 wins at 3 at home, Italy, Premio Giovanni Falck Trofeo Darley LR. Dam of 1 winner: 2007: Swizzle Stick (f Sadler’s Wells) unraced. Broodmare. 2008: Vizean (f Medicean) 2010: VIZTORIA (f Oratorio) Sold 12,315gns yearling at GOFEB, 9,000gns yearling at TAOC2. 3 wins at 2 and 3, Canford Cliffs EBF Athasi S G3, Anglesey Equine Hospital Blenheim S

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1 Pirika (IRE) 5 b/br f Monsun (GER) Paita (GB) (Intikhab (USA)) 2 Haya Landa (FR) 5 b f Lando (GER) Haya Samma (IRE) (Pivotal (GB)) 3 Remus de La Tour (FR) 4 b c Stormy River (FR) - Calithea (IRE) (Marju (IRE)) Age: 2-5; Starts: 13; Wins: 3; Places: 5 Earnings: £182,502 Sire: MONSUN. Sire of 102 Stakes winners. In 2013 - MAXIOS Nureyev G2, OCOVANGO Gone West G2, ESTIMATE Darshaan G3, PIRIKA Intikhab G3, TRIPLE THREAT Lyphard G3. 1st Dam: PAITA by Intikhab. Champion 2yr old filly in Germany in 2004. 3 wins at 2 and 4 in France, Italy, Criterium de Saint-Cloud G1, 3rd Prix de Diane Hermes G1, Prix Vermeille-Lucien Barriere G1. Dam of 1 winner: 2008: PIRIKA (f Monsun) 3 wins at 2, 4 and 5 in France, Prix d’Hedouville G3, Prix de la Pepiniere LR, 2nd Qatar Prix Vermeille G1, Prix Penelope G3, Prix Joubert LR, 3rd Prix Lord Seymour LR. 2009: Omega Miteguy (c Manduro) ran on the flat in Japan. 2010: Arequipa (f Special Week) 2011: Meteor Fall (c Zenno Rob

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international database Roy) unraced to date. 2012: (c Stay Gold) 2nd Dam: PRADA by Lagunas. 3 wins at 3 in West Germany Nereide Rennen LR. Dam of PAITA (f Intikhab, see above), PUNTILLA (f Acatenango: Ostermann - Diana Deutsches Stuten Derby G2), Praia (f Big Shuffle: 2nd Grosser Preis der Stadtsparkasse LR, Grosser Preis der Dr. Duve Inkasso LR). Grandam of PARAISA, Picobella, Pakama. Broodmare Sire: INTIKHAB. Sire of the dams of 4 Stakes winners. In 2013 PIRIKA Monsun G3.

3rd Intikhab Dubai City of Gold S G3), Altaweelah (f Fairy King: 2nd O & K Troy S LR). Grandam of AFSARE, Qasirah, Reem Three. Third dam of TOOLAIN, Avsarhan, Harry Hunt. Broodmare Sire: BARATHEA. Sire of the dams of 58 Stakes winners. In 2013 - HUNTER’S LIGHT Dubawi G1, JAKKALBERRY Storming Home G2, DANADANA Dubawi G3, SHEER TALENT Redoute’s Choice G3, BAIE D’HONNEUR Baroud d’Honneur LR. The Dubawi/Barathea cross has produced: HUNTER’S LIGHT G1, MONTEROSSO G1, DANADANA G3.

Dschingis Khan Konigsstuhl Konigskronung MONSUN br 90 Surumu Mosella Monasia PIRIKA b/br f 2008 Red Ransom Intikhab Crafty Example PAITA b 2002 Lagunas Prada Pradera

Seeking The Gold Dubai Millennium Colorado Dancer DUBAWI b 2002 Deploy Zomaradah Jawaher DANADANA b c 2008 Sadler’s Wells Barathea Brocade ZEEBA b 2002 Mill Reef Donya Dunette

146 - Stella Artois Huxley Stakes, G3, Chester, May 9, 10f

147 - MBNA Chester Vase, G3, Chester, May 9, 12f

1 Danadana (IRE) 5 b c Dubawi (IRE) Zeeba (IRE) (Barathea (IRE)) 2 Highland Knight (IRE) 6 b g Night Shift (USA) - Highland Shot (GB) (Selkirk (USA)) 3 Gabrial (IRE) 4 b g Dark Angel (IRE) Guajira (FR) (Mtoto) Age: 2-5; Starts: 11; Wins: 5; Places: 2 Earnings: £80,473 Sire: DUBAWI. Sire of 58 Stakes winners. In 2013 - HUNTER’S LIGHT Barathea G1, WILLOW MAGIC Tierce G1, UNIVERSAL Giant’s Causeway G2, AHZEEMAH Entrepreneur G3, AL KAZEEM Darshaan G3, DANADANA Barathea G3, AKEED MOFEED Tiger Hill LR, CATKINS Catbird LR, FORT KNOX Green Desert LR, LUCKY NINE Green Desert LR, MANGIAPREGAAMA Cape Cross LR, MURIOI Fantastic Light LR. 1st Dam: ZEEBA by Barathea. Winner at 3. Own sister to LOST SOLDIER THREE. Dam of 2 winners: 2007: Azita (f Tiger Hill) unraced. 2008: DANADANA (c Dubawi) 5 wins at 3 to 5, Stella Artois Huxley S G3. 2009: SEMEEN (g Dubawi) Winner at 3. 2013: (c Street Cry) 2nd Dam: Donya by Mill Reef. Dam of LOST SOLDIER THREE (g Barathea: J.Smith’s Ext.Smooth Silver Cup H LR,

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1 Ruler of The World (IRE) 3 ch c Galileo (IRE) - Love Me True (USA) (Kingmambo (USA)) 2 Mister Impatience (GB) 3 b c Hernando (FR) - Katy Nowaitee (GB) (Komaite (USA)) 3 Havana Beat (IRE) 3 b c Teofilo (IRE) Sweet Home Alabama (IRE) (Desert Prince (IRE)) Age: 3; Starts: 2; Wins: 2; Places: 0 Earnings: £42,721 Sire: GALILEO. Sire of 136 Stakes winners. In 2013 - BATTLE OF MARENGO Green Desert G3, MAGICIAN Mozart G3, ROMANTICA Danehill G3, RULER OF THE WORLD Kingmambo G3, INTELLO Danehill LR, LINTON Centaine LR. 1st Dam: Love Me True by Kingmambo. Winner at 3, 3rd Killavullan S G3. Own sister to Black Mambo. Dam of 5 winners: 2003: Mystification (c Danehill) unraced. 2004: DUKE OF MARMALADE (c Danehill) Champion older horse in Europe in 2008. 6 wins at 2 and 4 at home, France, Tattersalls Gold Cup G1, Juddmonte International S G1, King George VI & Queen Elizabeth S G1, Prince of Wales’s S G1, Prix Ganay Anniversaire Air Mauritius G1, 2nd Tatts Millions Irish Champion S G1, St James’s Palace S G1, 3rd Queen

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Elizabeth II S G1. Sire. 2005: SOINLOVEWITHYOU (f Sadler’s Wells) Winner at 2. Broodmare. 2006: Storm Finch (c Storm Cat) unraced. 2007: Countess Lemonade (f Storm Cat) 2 wins at 3 in France, 2nd Prix des Lilas LR, 3rd Athenia S G3. 2008: LOOKING LOVELY (f Storm Cat) Winner at 2. Broodmare. 2010: RULER OF THE WORLD (c Galileo) 2 wins at 3, MBNA Chester Vase G3. 2011: (c Montjeu) 2012: (c Galileo) 2nd Dam: Lassie’s Lady by Alydar. 2 wins at 3 and 4 in USA, 3rd Sonnenburg H. Dam of BITE THE BULLET (c Spectacular Bid: Sanford S G2, 3rd Arlington Washington Futurity G1), SHUAILAAN (c Roberto: Winter Hill S LR), Love Me True (f Kingmambo, see above), Black Mambo (c Kingmambo: 2nd Reappeal S). Grandam of MADISON’S CHARM, Pebble Island, Lieutenant Danz, Bees. Third dam of TRAVELIN MAN, DISCREET DANCER. Broodmare Sire: KINGMAMBO. Sire of the dams of 68 Stakes winners. In 2013 - SUPER COOL Fastnet Rock G1, CAMELOT Montjeu G3, HOT SNAP Pivotal G3, KITTEN’S POINT Kitten’s Joy G3, OLYMPIC OWEN Jay Peg G3, RULER OF THE WORLD Galileo G3, SKY KINGDOM Empire Maker G3, WINNING CAUSE Giant’s Causeway G3, BEAUTY HARLAN Harlan’s Holiday LR, GENERAL ELECTION Harlan’s Holiday LR, LILAS CORSAGE Brian’s Time LR. The Galileo/Kingmambo cross has produced: GEMSTONE G3, RULER OF THE WORLD G3, Brazilian Star G3.

Northern Dancer Sadler’s Wells Fairy Bridge GALILEO b 98 Miswaki Urban Sea Allegretta RULER OF THE WORLD ch c 2010 Mr Prospector Kingmambo Miesque LOVE ME TRUE ch 98 Alydar Lassie’s Lady Lassie Dear

148 - Badener Meile, G3, BadenBaden, May 9, 1600m 1 Felician (GER) 5 b c Motivator (GB) Felicity (GER) (Inchinor (GB)) 2 Neatico (GER) 6 b c Medicean (GB) Nicola Bella (IRE) (Sadler’s Wells (USA)) 3 Combat Zone (IRE) 7 b g Refuse To Bend (IRE) - Zeiting (IRE) (Zieten (USA)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 8; Wins: 4; Places: 2

Earnings: £19,685 Sire: MOTIVATOR. Sire of 12 Stakes winners. In 2013 - FELICIAN Inchinor G3, FEREVIA Cat Thief G3. 1st Dam: FELICITY by Inchinor. 4 wins at 2 and 3 in Germany, Bild PokalGrosser Preis von Berlin G3. Dam of 2 winners: 2007: Fanny Brice (f Barathea) unraced. 2008: FELICIAN (c Motivator) 4 wins at 3 and 4 in Germany, Badener Meile G3. 2009: FLY FIRST (c Big Shuffle) Winner at 4 in Germany. 2010: Fiorella (f Oasis Dream) in training. 2011: Finch Hatton (c Pivotal) unraced to date. 2012: Fifth Avenue (f Adlerflug) 2013: Fascinator (c Lando) 2nd Dam: FELINA by Acatenango. 2 wins at 3 in Germany IDEE Festa Rennen LR. Own sister to FRECCIA D’ORO. Dam of FELICITY (f Inchinor, see above), Felino (g Generous: 2nd G. P. der Hannoverschen Volksbank LR, Grosser Freiberger Premium-Preis LR), Fashion (f Anabaa: 2nd Danedream Iffezheimer Diana-Trial LR), Fredo (g Lomitas: 2nd Betfred Classic H. Chase G3) Broodmare Sire: INCHINOR. Sire of the dams of 16 Stakes winners. In 2013 - FELICIAN Motivator G3, DOMINANT Cacique LR, FENCING Street Cry LR.

Sadler’s Wells Montjeu Floripedes MOTIVATOR b 2002 Gone West Out West Chellingoua FELICIAN b c 2008 Ahonoora Inchinor Inchmurrin FELICITY ch 2001 Acatenango Felina Fireglow

149 - betvictor.com Dee Stakes, G3, Chester, May 10, 10f 1 Magician (IRE) 3 b c Galileo (IRE) Absolutelyfabulous (IRE) (Mozart (IRE)) 2 Contributer (IRE) 3 b c High Chaparral (IRE) - Serisia (FR) (Exit To Nowhere (USA)) 3 Glacial Age (IRE) 3 gr c Verglas (IRE) Lady’s Secret (IRE) (Alzao (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 5; Wins: 2; Places: 1 Earnings: £44,914 Sire: GALILEO. Sire of 137 Stakes winners. In 2013 - BATTLE OF


international database MARENGO Green Desert G3, MAGICIAN Mozart G3, ROMANTICA Danehill G3, RULER OF THE WORLD Kingmambo G3, INTELLO Danehill LR, LINTON Centaine LR, SECRET GESTURE Danehill LR. 1st Dam: ABSOLUTELYFABULOUS by Mozart. 3 wins at 3 and 4, Cork S LR, 3rd Ballyogan S G3. Dam of 2 winners: 2009: WONDERFUL (f Galileo) Winner at 3. 2010: MAGICIAN (c Galileo) 2 wins at 2 and 3, betvictor.com Dee S G3. 2011: (c Galileo) 2012: (f Galileo) 2nd Dam: Lady Windermere by Lake Coniston. unraced. Dam of ABSOLUTELYFABULOUS (f Mozart, see above) Broodmare Sire: MOZART. Sire of the dams of 1 Stakes winners. In 2013 MAGICIAN Galileo G3.

Northern Dancer Sadler’s Wells Fairy Bridge GALILEO b 98 Miswaki Urban Sea Allegretta MAGICIAN b c 2010 Danehill Mozart Victoria Cross ABSOLUTELYFABULOUS b 2003 Lake Coniston Lady Windermere Brigid

150 - Boodles Diamond Ormonde Stakes, G3, Chester, May 10, 13f 1 Mount Athos (IRE) 6 b g Montjeu (IRE) - Ionian Sea (GB) (Slip Anchor) 2 Mad Moose (IRE) 9 ch g Presenting (GB) - Sheshollystar (IRE) (Fourstars Allstar (USA)) 3 Communicator (GB) 5 b g Motivator (GB) - Goodie Twosues (GB) (Fraam (GB)) Age: 2-6; Starts: 21; Wins: 8; Places: 6 Earnings: £188,804 Sire: MONTJEU. Sire of 118 Stakes winners. In 2013 - ST NICHOLAS ABBEY Sure Blade G1, CAMELOT Kingmambo G3, MOUNT ATHOS Slip Anchor G3, ARGOCAT Giant’s Causeway LR, FIRST AVENUE Machiavellian LR, HURRICANE FLY Kenmare LR, PRIVATE TREASURE Woodman 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) Sold 190,000gns 3yo at TAAUT. 8 wins at 3 to 6, 2013, Boodles Diamond Ormonde S G3, Betfred Geoffrey Freer S G3, John Smith’s Silver Cup H LR. 2009: IMPERIAL MONARCH (c Galileo) 3 wins at 2 and 3 at home, France, Juddmonte Grand Prix de Paris G1. 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 38 Stakes winners. In 2013 - TRADE STORM Trade Fair G2, MOUNT ATHOS Montjeu G3.

Northern Dancer Sadler’s Wells Fairy Bridge MONTJEU b 96 Top Ville Floripedes Toute Cy MOUNT ATHOS b g 2007 Shirley Heights Slip Anchor Sayonara IONIAN SEA b 89 Reliance II Snow Day Vindaria

151 - betfred.com Chartwell Stakes, G3, Lingfield Park, May 11, 7f 1 Lily’s Angel (IRE) 4 b f Dark Angel (IRE) - Noyelles (IRE) (Docksider (USA)) 2 Kendam (FR) 4 b f Kendargent (FR) Damdam Freeze (FR) (Indian Rocket

(GB)) 3 Intense Pink (GB) 4 b f Pivotal (GB) Clincher Club (GB) (Polish Patriot (USA)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 21; Wins: 10; Places: 5 Earnings: £271,041 Sire: DARK ANGEL. Sire of 6 Stakes winners. In 2013 - LILY’S ANGEL Docksider G3, GABRIAL Mtoto LR, PRIDE AND JOY Fayruz LR. 1st Dam: Noyelles by Docksider. unraced. Dam of 2 winners: 2009: LILY’S ANGEL (f Dark Angel) Sold 7,619gns yearling at DNPRM, 105,000gns 3yo at TAJUL. 10 wins at 2 to 4 at home, UAE, betfred.com Chartwell S G3, totesport.com Empress S LR, Betfred Snowdrop Fillies’ S LR, Irish Stallion Farms EBF Cooley S LR, 2nd germantb.com Sweet Solera S G3, 3rd Lanwades Stud Nell Gwyn S G3. 2010: ZURIGHA (f Cape Cross) 2 wins at 2 and 3. 2011: Mia Capri (f Dalakhani) unraced to date. 2012: (c Bushranger) 2013: (f Arcano) 2nd Dam: BELLARIDA by Bellypha. 4 wins at 2 and 3 in France Prix de Royaumont G3. Dam of IN CLOVER (f Inchinor: Prix de Flore G3), BAYOURIDA (f Slew O’ Gold: Prix Madame Jean Couturie LR, 2nd Prix de la Nonette G3), BELLONA (f Bering: Prix Rose de Mai LR, 3rd Prix Penelope G3), Fumarelli (c Trempolino: 3rd Prix Le Fabuleux LR). Grandam of DREAM CLOVER, TELLURIDE, PARTY, Bee Charmer, Bella Ida. Third dam of DOMINANT, Miss Laa di Da, Es Que Love. Broodmare Sire: DOCKSIDER. Sire of the dams of 2 Stakes winners. In 2013 LILY’S ANGEL Dark Angel G3, SOLAR DEITY Exceed And Excel LR.

Royal Applause Acclamation Princess Athena DARK ANGEL gr 2005 Machiavellian Midnight Angel Night At Sea LILY’S ANGEL b f 2009 Diesis Docksider Pump NOYELLES b 2004 Bellypha Bellarida Lerida

152 - P.Presidente della Repubblica GBI Racing, G1, Rome, May 12, 2000m 1 Vedelago (IRE) 4 b c Red Clubs (IRE) Queen Shy (GB) (Marju (IRE))

2 Orpello (IRE) 4 b c Orpen (USA) Princess Angelina (IRE) (Almutawakel (GB)) 3 Pattaya (ITY) 5 b c Philomatheia (USA) - Tirsa (GB) (Benny The Dip (USA)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 12; Wins: 9; Places: 3 Earnings: £271,842 Sire: RED CLUBS. Sire of 5 Stakes winners. In 2013 - SKY LANTERN Shareef Dancer G1, VEDELAGO Marju G1. 1st Dam: Queen Shy by Marju. 3 wins at 2 and 3 in Italy, 2nd Premio Buontalenta LR. Own sister to Toto Le Moko. Dam of 3 winners: 2006: VALORE ASSOLUTO (c One Cool Cat) 8 wins at 3 to 6, 2012 in Italy. 2007: Silent Majority (c Refuse To Bend) ran a few times. 2008: QUEEN BYRON (f Byron) 3 wins at 2 and 3 in Italy. 2009: VEDELAGO (c Red Clubs) 9 wins at 2 to 4 in Italy, P.Presidente della Repubblica GBI Racing G1, Premio Carlo Vittadini G2, Premio Primi Passi C. Naz G3, Premio Alberto Giubilo LR, 2nd Premio Parioli G3, 3rd Premio Gran Criterium G1. 2012: (f Blu Air Force) 2nd Dam: SHYOUSHKA by Shy Groom. 2 wins at 2 and 3 Ballymacoll Stud S LR, 4th Anheuser Busch Railway S G3, Debutante S G3. Dam of Toto Le Moko (c Marju: 2nd Premio Ellington - Mem. Carlo d’Alessio G2), Queen Shy (f Marju, see above) Broodmare Sire: MARJU. Sire of the dams of 28 Stakes winners. In 2013 VEDELAGO Red Clubs G1, PALM SPRINGS Placerville LR.

Roberto Red Ransom Arabia RED CLUBS br 2003 First Trump Two Clubs Miss Cindy VEDELAGO b c 2009 Last Tycoon Marju Flame of Tara QUEEN SHY b 99 Shy Groom Shyoushka Capsville

153 - Prix de Saint-Georges, G3, Longchamp, May 12, 1000m 1 Catcall (FR) 4 b g One Cool Cat (USA) - Jurata (IRE) (Polish Precedent (USA)) 2 Move In Time (GB) 5 ch g Monsieur Bond (IRE) - Tibesti (GB) (Machiavellian (USA)) 3 Place In My Heart (GB) 4 ch f Compton Place (GB) - Lonely Heart (GB) (Midyan (USA))

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international database Age: 3-4; Starts: 11; Wins: 5; Places: 5 Earnings: £97,122 Sire: ONE COOL CAT. Sire of 24 Stakes winners. In 2013 - CATCALL Polish Precedent G3, SUNSHINE REGION Redoute’s Choice LR. 1st Dam: Jurata by Polish Precedent. Dam of 5 winners: 1998: Bering Strait (f Bering) unraced. 1999: Grand Move (c Deploy) unraced. 2000: Sopran Per Caso (f Mark of Esteem) unraced. 2001: MISS FONG (f Dr Fong) 2 wins at 3 in France. Broodmare. 2002: Plein d’Estime (c Mark of Esteem) Winner at 3 in France, 2nd Prix Pelleas LR. 2003: ALYSCAMP (c Pennekamp) Winner at 3 in France. 2005: Jolie Marie (f Lujain) 2006: GALATEO (g High Chaparral) 2 wins at 3 and 4 in France. 2007: Chanteclaire (c High Chaparral) unraced. 2008: Run Run (c Hurricane Run) unraced. 2009: CATCALL (g One Cool Cat) Sold 4,214gns yearling at ARDEY. 5 wins at 3 and 4 in France, Prix de SaintGeorges G3, Prix Cor de Chasse LR. 2nd Dam: PORT HELENE by Troy. 2 wins at 2 and 3 Marley Roof Tile Oaks Trial S LR, 2nd Harp Lager Lancashire Oaks G3, 3rd Park Hill S G2, Ribblesdale S G2. Dam of HELEN OF SPAIN (f Sadler’s Wells: Prix de Pomone G2, 3rd Prix Royal Oak G1) Broodmare Sire: POLISH PRECEDENT. Sire of the dams of 37 Stakes winners. In 2013 - DUNBOYNE EXPRESS Shamardal G1, CATCALL One Cool Cat G3.

Storm Bird Storm Cat Terlingua ONE COOL CAT b 2001 Mr Prospector Tacha Savannah Dancer CATCALL b g 2009 Danzig Polish Precedent Past Example JURATA ch 93 Troy Port Helene Docklands

154 - Prix Hocquart China Horse Club, G2, Longchamp, May 12, 2200m 1 Tableaux (USA) 3 ch c Giant’s Causeway (USA) - Golden Antigua (USA) (Hansel (USA)) 2 Park Reel (FR) 3 b c Country Reel (USA) - Adeje Park (IRE) (Night Shift (USA)) 3 Festive Cheer (FR) 3 b c Montjeu (IRE)

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- Bold Classic (USA) (Pembroke (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 5; Wins: 2; Places: 3 Earnings: £130,858 Sire: GIANT’S CAUSEWAY. Sire of 117 Stakes winners. In 2013 - BLUERIDGE MOUNTAIN Distant View G1, FED BIZ Wild Again G2, GIANT’S STEPS Hennessy G2, TABLEAUX Hansel G2, CIAO BELLA French Deputy G3, JUST PRETENDING Mr Prospector G3, WINNING CAUSE Kingmambo G3, GIANT REMEX Southern Halo LR, UNCOILED Alzao LR. 1st Dam: GOLDEN ANTIGUA by Hansel. 9 wins at 2 to 5 in Italy, USA, Nicole S (twice), 2nd Premio Torricola LR, Top Corsage S LR. Dam of 6 winners: 2004: GIANT GIZMO (c Giant’s Causeway) 6 wins at 2 to 4 in Canada, USA, Lone Star Park H G3, Alysheba S G3. Sire. 2005: Thunder Dragon (c Golden Missile) ran on the flat in Canada. 2006: Slick Pardoned Me (g Skip Away) 10 wins at 2 to 7, 2013 in USA, 3rd Tejano Run S. 2007: GOLDIE’S MISSILE (f Golden Missile) Winner at 2 in USA. Broodmare. 2008: KUHLU (f Ghostzapper) 2 wins at 3 in USA. 2009: VINDI MAN (c Vindication) 2 wins at 3 and 4 in USA. 2010: TABLEAUX (c Giant’s Causeway) 2 wins at 3 in France, Prix Noailles G2, Prix Hocquart China Horse Club G2. 2nd Dam: Greinette by Greinton. unraced. Dam of GOLDEN ANTIGUA (f Hansel, see above) Broodmare Sire: HANSEL. Sire of the dams of 9 Stakes winners. In 2013 TABLEAUX Giant’s Causeway G2. The Giant’s Causeway/Hansel cross has produced: TABLEAUX G2, GIANT GIZMO G3.

Storm Bird Storm Cat Terlingua GIANT’S CAUSEWAY ch 97 Rahy Mariah’s Storm Immense TABLEAUX ch c 2010 Woodman Hansel Count On Bonnie GOLDEN ANTIGUA ch 97 Greinton Greinette Ribonette

155 - Poule d’Essai des Pouliches, G1, Longchamp, May 12, 1600m 1 Flotilla (FR) 3 b/br f Mizzen Mast (USA) - Louvain (IRE) (Sinndar (IRE)) 2 Esoterique (IRE) 3 b f Danehill Dancer

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(IRE) - Dievotchka (GB) (Dancing Brave (USA)) 3 Tasaday (USA) 3 gr/ro f Nayef (USA) Tashelka (FR) (Mujahid (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 6; Wins: 3; Places: 1 Earnings: £585,044 Sire: MIZZEN MAST. Sire of 22 Stakes winners. In 2013 - FLOTILLA Sinndar G1, MIZDIRECTION Clever Trick G2, COURCY Bahhare LR. 1st Dam: LOUVAIN by Sinndar. 4 wins at 2 and 3 in France, USA, Miesque S G3. Dam of 3 winners: 2008: LOUVAKHOVA (f Maria’s Mon) 3 wins at 3 and 4 in France, USA, Frances A Genter S. 2009: MARSHGATE LANE (c Medaglia d’Oro) Winner at 3. 2010: FLOTILLA (f Mizzen Mast) Sold 98,522gns yearling at ARAUG. 3 wins at 2 and 3 in France, USA, Poule d’Essai des Pouliches G1, Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf G1. 2011: Zotilla (f Zamindar) unraced to date. 2012: (f High Chaparral) 2nd Dam: FLANDERS by Common Grounds. 6 wins at 2 to 4 Scarbrough S LR, 2nd King’s Stand S G2. Dam of LOUVAIN (f Sinndar, see above), LAAJOOJ (c Azamour: Novae Bloodstock Ins. Fairway S LR), Desert Poppy (f Oasis Dream: 2nd Betfred Starlit S LR, 3rd John Guest Bengough S G3) Broodmare Sire: SINNDAR. Sire of the dams of 7 Stakes winners. In 2013 FLOTILLA Mizzen Mast G1, CATHAY LADY Exceed And Excel LR.

Caro Cozzene Ride The Trails MIZZEN MAST gr/ro 98 Graustark Kinema Mrs Peterkin FLOTILLA b/br f 2010 Grand Lodge Sinndar Sinntara LOUVAIN b 2002 Common Grounds Flanders Family At War

156 - Poule d’Essai des Poulains Le Parisien, G1, Longchamp, May 12, 1600m 1 Style Vendome (FR) 3 b c Anabaa (USA) - Place Vendome (FR) (Dr Fong (USA)) 2 Dastarhon (IRE) 3 b c Dansili (GB) Top Toss (IRE) (Linamix (FR)) 3 Intello (GER) 3 b c Galileo (IRE) Impressionnante (GB) (Danehill (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 6; Wins: 5; Places: 1

Earnings: £350,799 Sire: ANABAA. Sire of 86 Stakes winners. In 2013 - STYLE VENDOME Dr Fong G1, KUTCHINSKY Zabeel LR, WANABA Sadler’s Wells LR. 1st Dam: Place Vendome by Dr Fong. 3 wins at 2 in France, 2nd Prix Ronde de Nuit LR. Dam of 1 winner: 2009: Vendome Palace (c Barathea) ran on the flat in France. 2010: STYLE VENDOME (c Anabaa) Sold 75,533gns yearling at ARAUG. 5 wins at 2 and 3 in France, Poule d’Essai des Poulains Le Parisien G1, Prix Djebel G3, Prix Francois Boutin LR, Prix Montenica LR, 2nd Prix Yacowlef LR. 2011: Prestige Vendome (c Orpen) unraced to date. 2012: Luxe Vendome (c Kendargent) 2nd Dam: Mediaeval by Medaaly. unraced. Dam of Maroon Machine (g Muhtathir: 2nd Criterium du Fonds Europeen de L’Elevage LR, Criterium du Languedoc LR), Place Vendome (f Dr Fong, see above) Broodmare Sire: DR FONG. Sire of the dams of 8 Stakes winners. In 2013 STYLE VENDOME Anabaa G1, CROSS FADE Rakti LR.

Northern Dancer Danzig Pas de Nom ANABAA b 92 Gay Mecene Balbonella Bamieres STYLE VENDOME b c 2010 Kris S Dr Fong Spring Flight PLACE VENDOME gr 2004 Medaaly Mediaeval Domino Queen

157 - Derrinstown Stud Derby Trial Stakes, G2, Leopardstown, May 12, 10f 1 Battle of Marengo (IRE) 3 b c Galileo (IRE) - Anna Karenina (IRE) (Green Desert (USA)) 2 Loch Garman (IRE) 3 b c Teofilo (IRE) Irish Question (IRE) (Giant’s Causeway (USA)) 3 Little White Cloud (IRE) 3 gr c Dalakhani (IRE) - Quest For Eternity (IRE) (Sadler’s Wells (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 6; Wins: 5; Places: 1 Earnings: £166,979 Sire: GALILEO. Sire of 137 Stakes winners. In 2013 - BATTLE OF MARENGO Green Desert G2, LINTON Centaine G3, MAGICIAN Mozart G3, ROMANTICA Danehill G3, RULER OF


international database THE WORLD Kingmambo G3, INTELLO Danehill LR, SECRET GESTURE Danehill LR. 1st Dam: ANNA KARENINA by Green Desert. 2 wins at 3 and 4, ISF Victor McCalmont EBF S LR. Own sister to Makam. Dam of 2 winners: 2009: Precious Stone (f Galileo) 3 wins at 3 and 4, 2nd Irish Stallion Farms EBF Cooley S LR. 2010: BATTLE OF MARENGO (c Galileo) 5 wins at 2 and 3, Juddmonte Beresford S G2, Derrinstown Stud Derby Trial S G2, P W McGrath Memorial Ballysax S G3, ICON Breeders’ Cup Juv.Turf Trial S LR. 2011: Perhaps (f Galileo) unraced to date. 2012: (f Galileo) 2nd Dam: SIMAAT by Mr Prospector. 1 win at 3. Dam of WINDSOR PALACE (c Danehill Dancer: High Chaparral EBF Mooresbridge S G3), ANNA KARENINA (f Green Desert, see above), Al Ihsas (f Danehill: 2nd Queen Mary S G3), Sidereus (c Grand Lodge: 2nd Premio Roma Vecchia LR), Makam (f Green Desert: 2nd CTT & T.B. Owners of California H LR). Grandam of RABATASH, IUTURNA. Broodmare Sire: GREEN DESERT. Sire of the dams of 95 Stakes winners. In 2013 - AMIRA’S PRINCE Teofilo G2, BATTLE OF MARENGO Galileo G2, GENGIS King’s Best G3, FORT KNOX Dubawi LR, LEINAN Ready’s Image LR, LUCKY NINE Dubawi LR, TEEHAFF Storming Home LR. The Galileo/Green Desert cross has produced: WAS G1, BATTLE OF MARENGO G2, LAY TIME G2, Boxing Day LR, Precious Stone LR.

Northern Dancer Sadler’s Wells Fairy Bridge GALILEO b 98 Miswaki Urban Sea Allegretta BATTLE OF MARENGO b c 2010 Danzig Green Desert Foreign Courier ANNA KARENINA b 2003 Mr Prospector Simaat Satiety

158 - Derrinstown Stud 1000 Guineas Trial, G3, Leopardstown, May 12, 8f 1 Just Pretending (USA) 3 b f Giant’s Causeway (USA) - Moon Safari (USA) (Mr Prospector (USA)) 2 Hint of A Tint (IRE) 3 b f Danehill Dancer (IRE) - Mine Excavation (FR) (Galileo (IRE)) 3 Mizzava (IRE) 3 b/br f Cape Cross (IRE) - Flamanda (GB) (Niniski (USA))

Age: 2-3; Starts: 4; Wins: 2; Places: 1 Earnings: £39,321 Sire: GIANT’S CAUSEWAY. Sire of 117 Stakes winners. In 2013 - BLUERIDGE MOUNTAIN Distant View G1, FED BIZ Wild Again G2, GIANT’S STEPS Hennessy G2, TABLEAUX Hansel G2, CIAO BELLA French Deputy G3, JUST PRETENDING Mr Prospector G3, WINNING CAUSE Kingmambo G3, GIANT REMEX Southern Halo LR, UNCOILED Alzao LR. 1st Dam: Moon Safari by Mr Prospector. Winner at 2, 3rd Derrinstown Stud 1000 Guineas Trial G3. Own sister to SCAN. Dam of 3 winners: 2004: Ides of March (c Danehill) unraced. 2005: THE LEOPARD (c Storm Cat) 3 wins at 2 in USA, Generous S G3. 2006: It Must Be Magic (f Storm Cat) unraced. Broodmare. 2007: JUPITER (c Storm Cat) 2 wins at 4 and 6 in USA. 2008: Night Hunt (c Storm Cat) ran on the flat in USA. 2010: JUST PRETENDING (f Giant’s Causeway) 2 wins at 3, Derrinstown Stud 1000 Guineas Trial G3. 2012: (c Giant’s Causeway) 2nd Dam: VIDEO by Nijinsky. 2 wins at 3 in USA. Own sister to VISION, MERCE CUNNINGHAM and CAERLEON. Dam of SCAN (c Mr Prospector: Jerome H G1, Pegasus H G1, 2nd Meadowlands Cup H G1), Moon Safari (f Mr Prospector, see above), Camcorder (f Forty Niner: 3rd Outstandingly S LR). Grandam of Targe, Danon Spasibo, Port Eighty. Third dam of ARTEMUS KITTEN, LISA’S KITTEN, Redwood Kitten. Broodmare Sire: MR PROSPECTOR. Sire of the dams of 319 Stakes winners. In 2013 - JUST PRETENDING Giant’s Causeway G3, TOUCH ME NOT Dance In The Dark G3. The Giant’s Causeway/Mr Prospector cross has produced: ARAGORN G1, GHANAATI G1, PRIMARY G1, JUST PRETENDING G3, DEMEANOUR LR, Almonsoon G3, Contentious G3.

Storm Bird Storm Cat Terlingua GIANT’S CAUSEWAY ch 97 Rahy Mariah’s Storm Immense JUST PRETENDING b f 2010 Raise A Native Mr Prospector Gold Digger MOON SAFARI b/br 99 Nijinsky Video Foreseer

3 Technokrat (IRE) 5 b c Oratorio (IRE) Tech Engine (GER) (Enrique (GB))

159 - Amethyst Stakes, G3, Leopardstown, May 12, 8f 1 Duntle (IRE) 4 ch f Danehill Dancer (IRE) - Lady Angola (USA) (Lord At War (ARG)) 2 Custom Cut (IRE) 4 b g Notnowcato (GB) - Polished Gem (IRE) (Danehill (USA)) 3 Sweet Lightning (GB) 8 b g Fantastic Light (USA) - Sweetness Herself (GB) (Unfuwain (USA)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 7; Wins: 4; Places: 2 Earnings: £132,590 Sire: DANEHILL DANCER. Sire of 147 Stakes winners. In 2013 - STEPS IN TIME O’Reilly G2, DUNTLE Lord At War G3, ESOTERIQUE Dancing Brave G3, PLANTEUR Giant’s Causeway LR, BLACK QUARTZ Pursuit of Love LR, FORGOTTEN VOICE Spend A Buck LR. 1st Dam: LADY ANGOLA by Lord At War. Winner at 3. Dam of 5 winners: 2004: Port Luanda (g Docksider) 2005: RAIDING PARTY (f Orpen) 5 wins. 2007: TISLAAM (g With Approval) 5 wins. 2008: EDMAAJ (g Intikhab) 3 wins at 4. 2009: DUNTLE (f Danehill Dancer) Sold 78,000gns foal at TADEF, 30,340gns yearling at GOOY1. 4 wins at 3 and 4, Desmond S G3, Amethyst S G3, Sandringham H LR, 2nd Coolmore Fusaichi Pegasus Matron S G1. 2010: ELUSIVE GOLD (f Elusive City) Winner at 3. 2nd Dam: BENGUELA by Little Current. 2 wins at 4 in USA. Grandam of HONOR IN WAR, Dynamoor, Trumpstoo. Broodmare Sire: LORD AT WAR. Sire of the dams of 38 Stakes winners. In 2013 - DUNTLE Danehill Dancer G3.

Age: 2-3; Starts: 7; Wins: 5; Places: 2 Earnings: £256,753 Sire: MONSUN. Sire of 102 Stakes winners. In 2013 - MAXIOS Nureyev G2, NOVELLIST Lagunas G2, OCOVANGO Gone West G2, ESTIMATE Darshaan G3, PIRIKA Intikhab G3, TRIPLE THREAT Lyphard G3. 1st Dam: NIGHT LAGOON by Lagunas. Champion 2yr old filly in Germany in 2003. 2 wins at 2 in Germany, Preis der Winterkonigin G3. Dam of 5 winners: 2006: NAVAJO DANCER (c Montjeu) 2 wins at 3 in Germany. 2007: NAVAJO QUEEN (f Monsun) Winner at 3 in Germany. Broodmare. 2008: NAVAJO STORM (c Monsun) Winner at 3 in Germany. 2009: NOVELLIST (c Monsun) Sold 84,281gns yearling at BBAGS. Champion 3yr old colt in Italy in 2012. 5 wins at 2 and 3 in Germany, Italy, Gran Premio del Jockey Club G1, G. P. der Badischen Unternehmer Rennen G2, Oppenheim Union-Rennen G2, Fruhjahrs-Preis des Bankhauses Metzler G3, 2nd Sparda Deutsches Derby G1. 2010: NUNTIUS (c Dalakhani) 2 wins at 2 and 3 in Germany. Ninfea (f Selkirk) unraced 2011: to date. 2nd Dam: NENUPHAR by Night Shift. 3 wins at 2 and 3 in Germany Dusseldorfer BMW Preis LR. Dam of NIGHT LAGOON (f Lagunas, see above), NIGHT TANGO (c Acatenango: Grosser Freiberger Premium-Preis LR, betbull.de Summer Trophy LR, 2nd BMW Deutsches Derby G1) Broodmare Sire: LAGUNAS. Sire of the dams of 26 Stakes winners. In 2013 NOVELLIST Monsun G2. The Monsun/Lagunas cross has produced: NOVELLIST G1, Litalia G2, Lysander LR.

Danzig Danehill Razyana DANEHILL DANCER b 93 Sharpen Up Mira Adonde Lettre d’Amour DUNTLE ch f 2009 General Lord At War Luna de Miel LADY ANGOLA ch 98 Little Current Benguela Lady Winborne

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Dschingis Khan Konigsstuhl Konigskronung MONSUN br 90 Surumu Mosella Monasia NOVELLIST b c 2009 Ile de Bourbon Lagunas Liranga NIGHT LAGOON b 2001 Night Shift Nenuphar Narola

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international database Gulch (USA)) 3 Triple Threat (FR) 3 b c Monsun (GER) Drei (USA) (Lyphard (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 3; Wins: 2; Places: 1 Earnings: £46,666 Sire: MORE THAN READY. Sire of 95 Stakes winners. In 2013 - MORE THAN SACRED Danehill G1, VERRAZANO Giant’s Causeway G1, DALWARI Kalanisi G3, MOREISH Danehill G3, READYTOGORIGHTNOW Hurricane Sky G3, ROMANTIC MOON Danehill G3, VIVI VELOCE Royal Academy G3, BETTER THAN READY Agnes World LR, EXCITABLE BOY Lion Hunter LR, READY TO RIP Danehill LR. 1st Dam: Dalmiya by Kalanisi. unraced. Dam of 1 winner: 2008: Damarlan (g Lemon Drop Kid) ran on the flat in France and over jumps in France. 2009: Dalsiya (f Johannesburg) unraced. 2010: DALWARI (c More Than Ready) 2 wins at 2 and 3 in France, Prix de Guiche G3. 2012: (c Langfuhr) 2nd Dam: DALTAWA by Miswaki. 2 wins at 2 and 3 in France Prix Ronde de Nuit LR, 2nd Prix Penelope G3. Dam of DAYLAMI (c Doyoun: Vodafone Coronation Cup G1, Coral Eclipse S G1, Esat Digifone Champion S G1, King George VI & Queen Elizabeth S G1, Dubai Poule d’Essai des Poulains G1, Man O’War S G1, Breeders’ Cup Turf G1, 2nd Tattersalls Gold Cup G1, Criterium de Saint-Cloud G1, P. Fresnay le Buffard Jacques Le Marois G1, 3rd Dubai Champion S G1, St James’s Palace S G1, Emirates Prix du Moulin de Longchamp G1), DALAKHANI (c Darshaan: Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe G1, Prix du Jockey Club G1, Prix Lupin G1, Criterium International G1, 2nd Budweiser Irish Derby G1), DALGHAR (c Anabaa: Prix du Palais Royal G3, 2nd John Guest Diadem S G2, Criterium de Maisons-Laffitte G2), DAYMARTI (c Caerleon: G. P. Anjou Bretagne-Prix Rose de Loire LR, 2nd Prix Lupin G1, 3rd Criterium de Saint-Cloud G1). Grandam of DALTAYA. Third dam of DALKALA. Broodmare Sire: KALANISI. Sire of the dams of 1 Stakes winners. In 2013 DALWARI More Than Ready G3.

Halo Southern Halo Northern Sea MORE THAN READY b 97 Woodman Woodman’s Girl Becky Be Good DALWARI b c 2010 Doyoun Kalanisi Kalamba DALMIYA gr 2003 Miswaki Daltawa Damana

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162 - Tattersalls Musidora Stakes, G3, York, May 15, 10f 1 Liber Nauticus (IRE) 3 b f Azamour (IRE) - Serres (IRE) (Daylami (IRE)) 2 Romantic Settings (GB) 3 ch f Mount Nelson (GB) - Lacework (GB) (Pivotal (GB)) 3 Woodland Aria (GB) 3 b f Singspiel (IRE) - Magic Tree (UAE) (Timber Country (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 2; Wins: 2; Places: 0 Earnings: £45,768 Sire: AZAMOUR. Sire of 17 Stakes winners. In 2013 - LIBER NAUTICUS Daylami G3, ZARKANDAR Kahyasi LR. 1st Dam: Serres by Daylami. unraced. Dam of 2 winners: 2009: LUCCIOLA (f Verglas) Winner at 4 in Australia. 2010: LIBER NAUTICUS (f Azamour) 2 wins at 2 and 3, Tattersalls Musidora S G3. 2012: (c Invincible Spirit) 2nd Dam: Well Head by Sadler’s Wells. unraced. Dam of CONDUIT (c Dalakhani: King George VI & Queen Elizabeth S G1, Ladbrokes St Leger S G1, Emirates Airlines Breeders’ Cup Turf G1 (twice), 3rd Coral Eclipse S G1), HARD TOP (g Darshaan: Daily Telegraph Great Voltigeur S G2), Spray Gun (c Octagonal: 2nd Prix Rene Bedel LR, Prix de la Porte de Madrid LR). Grandam of GLASS HARMONIUM, MY TENT OR YOURS. Broodmare Sire: DAYLAMI. Sire of the dams of 9 Stakes winners. In 2013 PIERRO Lonhro G1, LIBER NAUTICUS Azamour G3.

Northern Dancer Night Shift Ciboulette AZAMOUR b 2001 Lear Fan Asmara Anaza LIBER NAUTICUS b f 2010 Doyoun Daylami Daltawa SERRES b 2004 Sadler’s Wells Well Head River Dancer

163 - Duke of York Clipper Logistics Stakes, G2, York, May 15, 6f 1 Society Rock (IRE) 6 b c Rock of Gibraltar (IRE) - High Society (IRE) (Key of Luck (USA)) 2 Lethal Force (IRE) 4 gr c Dark Angel (IRE) - Land Army (IRE) (Desert Style (IRE)) 3 Gordon Lord Byron (IRE) 5 b g Byron

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(GB) - Boa Estrela (IRE) (Intikhab (USA)) Age: 2-6; Starts: 21; Wins: 6; Places: 6 Earnings: £828,732 Sire: ROCK OF GIBRALTAR. Sire of 85 Stakes winners. In 2013 - SOCIETY ROCK Key of Luck G2, ARCETRI PINK Galileo G3, EUROPE TO AFRICA Gold Brose LR, ROMANTIC WAVE Indian Ridge LR, RUSSIAN ROCK Brief Truce LR. 1st Dam: HIGH SOCIETY by Key of Luck. 3 wins at 2 and 3 at home, USA, Rochestown S LR, La Habra S LR, 2nd Senorita S G3, 3rd Honeymoon Breeders’ Cup H G2. Dam of 4 winners: 2004: JOHANNESBURG CAT (f Johannesburg) Winner at 2 in Germany. Broodmare. 2007: SOCIETY ROCK (c Rock of Gibraltar) Sold 75,000gns yearling at TAOC1. 6 wins at 2 to 6, 2013, Golden Jubilee S G1, Betfred Sprint Cup G1, Duke of York Clipper Logistics S G2, Cleanevent Pavilion S LR, 2nd Golden Jubilee S G1, Prix Maurice de Gheest Goldikova G1, Berkshire Blind Society Carnarvon S LR, 3rd Darley July Cup G1, Duke of York Totepool S G2. 2008: MELANDIA (f One Cool Cat) 2 wins at 3 in Greece. 2009: BYRON BLUE (g Dylan Thomas) Winner at 3. 2010: Duke of Orange (c Duke of Marmalade) 2011: Dashkova (f Galileo) unraced to date. 2012: (c Iffraaj) 2nd Dam: Ela’s Gold by Ela-Mana-Mou. Dam of HIGH SOCIETY (f Key of Luck, see above) Broodmare Sire: KEY OF LUCK. Sire of the dams of 6 Stakes winners. In 2013 SOCIETY ROCK Rock of Gibraltar G2, BIG TIME BILLY Definite Article LR.

Danzig Danehill Razyana ROCK OF GIBRALTAR b 99 Be My Guest Offshore Boom Push A Button SOCIETY ROCK b c 2007 Chief’s Crown Key of Luck Balbonella HIGH SOCIETY b/br 99 Ela-Mana-Mou Ela’s Gold Majestic’s Gold

164 - Prix Cleopatre, G3, Saint-Cloud, May 15, 2000m 1 Baltic Baroness (GER) 3 bl f Shamardal (USA) - Born Wild (GER) (Sadler’s Wells (USA)) 2 Santa Ponsa (FR) 3 b f Slickly (FR) Tounsi (FR) (Sendawar (IRE))

3 Eleuthera (FR) 3 ch f Spirit One (FR) Class A Fair (FR) (Shining Steel) Age: 2-3; Starts: 4; Wins: 2; Places: 2 Earnings: £58,292 Sire: SHAMARDAL. Sire of 50 Stakes winners. In 2013 - DUNBOYNE EXPRESS Polish Precedent G1, MAYBE DISCREET Bluebird G1, PUISSANCE DE LUNE Unbridled’s Song G2, BALTIC BARONESS Sadler’s Wells G3, CAMEO A P Indy G3, NOBLE ALPHA Singspiel LR. 1st Dam: BORN WILD by Sadler’s Wells. Winner at 3. Dam of 2 winners: 2008: (c Dubawi) 2009: BALTIC ROCK (c Rock of Gibraltar) 2 wins at 3 in Germany, Preis SWB Derby Trial LR. 2010: BALTIC BARONESS (f Shamardal) 2 wins at 2 and 3 in France, Prix Cleopatre G3, 2nd Prix Penelope G3. 2011: (c Kandahar Run) 2012: (f Lope de Vega) 2nd Dam: BORGIA by Acatenango. Champion 3yr old filly in Germany and France in 1997. 6 wins at 3 and 5 in Germany, Hong Kong BMW Deutsches Derby G1, Mercedes-Benz Grosser Preis von Baden G1, 2nd Breeders’ Cup Turf G1, 3rd Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe G1. Broodmare Sire: SADLER’S WELLS. Sire of the dams of 305 Stakes winners. In 2013 - RELIABLE MAN Dalakhani G1, BALTIC BARONESS Shamardal G3, ALIVE ALIVE OH Duke of Marmalade LR, OCEAN AND BEYOND Kingsalsa LR, ORATORIO LATINO Oratorio LR, RICH TAPESTRY Holy Roman Emperor LR, TESTOSTERONE Dansili LR, THE BROTHERS WAR War Front LR, CAPTAIN CONAN Kingsalsa LR, OUR CONOR Jeremy LR, WANABA Anabaa LR. The Shamardal/Sadler’s Wells cross has produced: BALTIC BARONESS G3, Akua’da G3.

Storm Cat Giant’s Causeway Mariah’s Storm SHAMARDAL b 2002 Machiavellian Helsinki Helen Street BALTIC BARONESS bl f 2010 Northern Dancer Sadler’s Wells Fairy Bridge BORN WILD b 2003 Acatenango Borgia Britannia

165 - Irish StallionFarms EBF Blue Wind Stakes, G3, Naas, May 15, 10f 1 Euphrasia (IRE) 4 b f Windsor Knot


international database (IRE) - Bishop’s Lake (GB) (Lake Coniston (IRE)) 2 La Collina (IRE) 4 ch f Strategic Prince (GB) - Starfish (IRE) (Galileo (IRE)) 3 Princess Highway (USA) 4 b f Street Cry (IRE) - Irresistible Jewel (IRE) (Danehill (USA)) Age: 3-4; Starts: 8; Wins: 2; Places: 3 Earnings: £53,183 Sire: WINDSOR KNOT. Sire of 2 Stakes winners. In 2013 - EUPHRASIA Lake Coniston G3, FLAXEN FLARE Slew O’ Gold LR. 1st Dam: Bishop’s Lake by Lake Coniston. 2 wins at 2, 2nd Cancer Research UK Empress S LR. Dam of 3 winners: 2006: LAKEMAN (g Tillerman) 4 wins. 2007: STRIKE A DEAL (f Chineur) Winner at 3. 2008: Isontonic (f Kodiac) 2009: EUPHRASIA (f Windsor Knot) Sold 12,000gns yearling at TAOC2. 2 wins at 3 and 4, Irish StallionFarms EBF Blue Wind S G3, 3rd Martin Molony S LR. 2011: Langavat (c Bushranger) 2nd Dam: CLINCHER CLUB by Polish Patriot. 2 wins at 2 and 3. Dam of INTENSE PINK (f Pivotal: Miles and Morrison EBF October S LR, 3rd betfred.com Chartwell S G3), Sir Reginald (g Compton Place: 3rd Irish TB Marketing Gimcrack S G2), Henrik (c Primo Dominie: 2nd Weatherbys Superlative S G3, 3rd Racing Post Trophy G1), Bishop’s Lake (f Lake Coniston, see above). Grandam of VAN DER NEER. Broodmare Sire: LAKE CONISTON. Sire of the dams of 11 Stakes winners. In 2013 - EUPHRASIA Windsor Knot G3.

Polar Falcon Pivotal Fearless Revival WINDSOR KNOT ch 2002 The Minstrel Triple Tie Tea And Roses EUPHRASIA b f 2009 Bluebird Lake Coniston Persian Polly BISHOP’S LAKE b 2000 Polish Patriot Clincher Club Merry Rous

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Age: 2-4; Starts: 9; Wins: 5; Places: 2 Earnings: £281,869

Sire: NEW APPROACH. Sire of 6 Stakes winners. In 2013 - DAWN APPROACH Phone Trick G1, LIBERTARIAN Darshaan G2, MONTSEGUR Flying Spur G3, TALENT Peintre Celebre LR.

Sire: GIANT’S CAUSEWAY. Sire of 117 Stakes winners. In 2013 - BLUERIDGE MOUNTAIN Distant View G1, DALKALA Anabaa G2, FED BIZ Wild Again G2, GIANT’S STEPS Hennessy G2, TABLEAUX Hansel G2, CIAO BELLA French Deputy G3, JUST PRETENDING Mr Prospector G3, WINNING CAUSE Kingmambo G3, GIANT REMEX Southern Halo LR, UNCOILED Alzao LR. 1st Dam: DALTAYA by Anabaa. 2 wins at 2 and 3 in France, Prix de la Grotte G3. Dam of 1 winner: 2009: DALKALA (f Giant’s Causeway) 5 wins at 2 to 4 at home, France, Betfred Middleton S G2, Qatar Prix de Royallieu G2, Prix Cleopatre G3, 3rd Prix de Pomone- Haras d’Etreham G2. 2010: Dalilar (c Dynaformer) unraced to date. 2011: Doulmera (f Mr Greeley) unraced to date. 2012: (f Medaglia d’Oro) 2nd Dam: DALTAIYMA by Doyoun. 1 win at 3 in France. Own sister to DAYLAMI. Dam of DALTAYA (f Anabaa, see above) Broodmare Sire: ANABAA. Sire of the dams of 33 Stakes winners. In 2013 BUFFERING Mossman G2, DALKALA Giant’s Causeway G2, BANOFFEE Hurricane Run LR, CRUDEN BAY Not A Single Doubt LR, DISSIDENT Sebring LR. The Giant’s Causeway/Anabaa cross has produced: DALKALA G2, Close Ally G2. Storm Bird Storm Cat Terlingua GIANT’S CAUSEWAY ch 97 Rahy Mariah’s Storm Immense DALKALA b/br f 2009 Danzig Anabaa Balbonella DALTAYA b/br 2003 Doyoun Daltaiyma Daltawa

1st Dam: INTRUM MORSHAAN by Darshaan. Winner at 3. Dam of 7 winners: 2002: PEKING BEAUTY (f Kendor) 2 wins at 3 in France. 2003: ZED CANDY (g Medicean) 7 wins. 2005: BIGZAM (f Zamindar) 4 wins at 4 and 5 in France, Prix des Tourelles LR. PRINCE SIEGFRIED (g 2006: Royal Applause) 7 wins at 2 to 6, 2012, Totepool Winter Hill S G3, 2nd Criterium International G1. 2008: Ned Buntline (g Refuse To Bend) 2 wins, 3rd Racing UK Moscow Flyer Novice Hurdle G2. 2009: AL BAIDAA (f Exceed And Excel) Winner at 3. 2010: LIBERTARIAN (c New Approach) Sold 45,155gns yearling at ARAUG, 40,000gns 2yo at TAAPR. 2 wins at 3, Betfred Dante S G2. 2012: (c Makfi) 2nd Dam: AUNTIE MAUREEN by Roi Danzig. 2 wins at 4. Dam of CONEY KITTY (f Lycius: Hillsborough S G3) Broodmare Sire: DARSHAAN. Sire of the dams of 204 Stakes winners. In 2013 - SAJJHAA King’s Best G1, LIBERTARIAN New Approach G2, AL KAZEEM Dubawi G3, DANK Dansili G3, ESTIMATE Monsun G3, GLOBAL THRILL Big Shuffle G3, JUTLAND Halling G3, VIZTORIA Oratorio G3, ALEXANDRA PALACE Jet Master LR, KELINNI Refuse To Bend LR.

Sadler’s Wells Galileo Urban Sea NEW APPROACH ch 2005 Ahonoora Park Express Matcher LIBERTARIAN b c 2010 Shirley Heights Darshaan Delsy INTRUM MORSHAAN b/br 97 Roi Danzig Auntie Maureen Midnight Child

167 - Betfred Dante Stakes, G2, York, May 16, 10f 166 - Betfred Middleton Stakes, G2, York, May 16, 10f 110yds 1 Dalkala (USA) 4 b/br f Giant’s Causeway (USA) - Daltaya (FR) (Anabaa (USA)) 2 Ambivalent (IRE) 4 b f Authorized (IRE) - Darrery (GB) (Darshaan)

1 Libertarian (GB) 3 b c New Approach (IRE) - Intrum Morshaan (IRE) (Darshaan) 2 Trading Leather (IRE) 3 b c Teofilo (IRE) - Night Visit (GB) (Sinndar (IRE)) 3 Indian Chief (IRE) 3 b c Montjeu (IRE) Buck Aspen (USA) (Seeking The Gold (USA))

168 - Qipco Yorkshire Cup, G2, York, May 17, 14f 1 Glen’s Diamond (GB) 5 b g Intikhab (USA) - Posta Vecchia (USA) (Rainbow Quest (USA)) 2 Top Trip (GB) 4 b c Dubai Destination (USA) - Topka (FR) (Kahyasi)

3 Royal Diamond (IRE) 7 b g King’s Best (USA) - Irresistible Jewel (IRE) (Danehill (USA)) Age: 2-5; Starts: 16; Wins: 5; Places: 5 Earnings: £180,429 Sire: INTIKHAB. Sire of 22 Stakes winners. In 2013 - GLEN’S DIAMOND Rainbow Quest G2, TINTINNABULATION Night Shift LR. 1st Dam: Posta Vecchia by Rainbow Quest. ran once at 2. Dam of 3 winners: 2000: TOP TENOR (g Sadler’s Wells) 2 wins. 2001: Pergolacha (f Sadler’s Wells). died at 2 years. 2002: Opportunity (f Sadler’s Wells) unraced. Broodmare. 2003: Saturnia (f Grand Lodge). Broodmare. 2004: MESHUGAH (c Grand Lodge) 5 wins at 2 to 5 in France, Russia, Switzerland. 2005: Full Dream (f Danehill Dancer) ran on the flat in France. Broodmare. 2006: Miss Popi (f One Cool Cat) 2007: Danza Vecchia (f Westerner) unraced. 2008: GLEN’S DIAMOND (g Intikhab) Sold 9,708gns yearling at AROCT, 26,970gns 2yo at ARMAY. 5 wins at 2, 3 and 5, Qipco Yorkshire Cup G2, Addleshaw Goddard Dee S G3, 2nd Sportingbet Yorkshire Cup G2. 2009: (c Librettist) 2010: (f Traditionally) 2nd Dam: Music And Dance by Northern Dancer. 2 wins at 3, 2nd Philips Electronics Extended H LR. Grandam of Musical Score, Galleon Beach. Third dam of Pivotal Flame. Fourth dam of Dr Planet. Broodmare Sire: RAINBOW QUEST. Sire of the dams of 153 Stakes winners. In 2013 - JAVA’S WAR War Pass G1, GLEN’S DIAMOND Intikhab G2, LAST TRAIN Rail Link G3, NAVAJO CHIEF King’s Best LR, AURORAS ENCORE Second Empire LR, CASCAVEL Dansili LR. The Intikhab/Rainbow Quest cross has produced: GLEN’S DIAMOND G2, WITHOUT A PRAYER G3.

Roberto Red Ransom Arabia INTIKHAB b 94 Crafty Prospector Crafty Example Zienelle GLEN’S DIAMOND b g 2008 Blushing Groom Rainbow Quest I Will Follow POSTA VECCHIA b 96 Northern Dancer Music And Dance Producer

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international database 169 - JLT Lockinge Stakes, G1, Newbury, May 18, 8f 1 Farhh (GB) 5 b c Pivotal (GB) - Gonbarda (GER) (Lando (GER)) 2 Sovereign Debt (IRE) 4 gr c Dark Angel (IRE) - Kelsey Rose (GB) (Most Welcome) 3 Aljamaaheer (IRE) 4 ch c Dubawi (IRE) Kelly Nicole (IRE) (Rainbow Quest (USA)) Age: 2-5; Starts: 9; Wins: 4; Places: 5 Earnings: £590,923 Sire: PIVOTAL. Sire of 103 Stakes winners. In 2013 - FARHH Lando G1, AFRICAN STORY Gone West G3, HOT SNAP Kingmambo G3, CALYXA Lando LR, MAAREK Indian Rocket LR, QUIXOTE Devil’s Bag LR. 1st Dam: GONBARDA by Lando. 5 wins at 2 and 3 in Germany, P. Freunde und Forderer Deutschlandpreis G1, IVG Preis von Europa G1, 2nd Grosser Volkswagen Preis von Baden G1. Own sister to GORLOR. Dam of 2 winners: 2008: FARHH (c Pivotal) 4 wins at 2 to 5, 2013, JLT Lockinge S G1, 2nd Juddmonte International S G1, Coral Eclipse S G1, Qipco Sussex S G1, Qatar Prix du Moulin de Longchamp G1, 3rd 150th Anniv. Prince of Wales’s S G1. 2009: WELCOME GIFT (c Pivotal) Winner at 2. 2010: Royal Flag (c New Approach) 2011: Basem (c Pivotal) unraced to date. 2012: (c Pivotal) 2nd Dam: Gonfalon by Slip Anchor. unraced. Dam of GONBARDA (f Lando, see above), GONFILIA (f Big Shuffle: Vodafone Princess Elizabeth S G3), GONLARGO (g Big Shuffle: Grosser Preis der Dortmunder Wirtschaft G3, 2nd Mehl-Mulhens Rennen G2, Raab Karcher Baustoffe Cup G2, Berlin Brandenburg Trophy G2), GORLOR (c Lando: Preis des Casino Baden-Baden LR, 2nd Grosser Preis der Dortmunder Wirtschaft G3), Gondoro (c Big Shuffle: 3rd Preis des Winterfavoriten G3). Grandam of Signs In The Sand. Broodmare Sire: LANDO. Sire of the dams of 10 Stakes winners. In 2013 FARHH Pivotal G1, ALTANO Galileo G3, CALYXA Pivotal LR. The Pivotal/Lando cross has produced: FARHH G1, CALYXA G3. Nureyev Polar Falcon Marie d’Argonne PIVOTAL ch 93 Cozzene Fearless Revival Stufida FARHH b c 2008 Acatenango Lando Laurea GONBARDA b 2002 Slip Anchor Gonfalon Grimpola

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170 - Premio Tudini, G3, Rome, May 19, 1200m 1 Victory Laurel (IRE) 3 b c Holy Roman Emperor (IRE) - Special Cause (IRE) (Fasliyev (USA)) 2 Rosendhal (IRE) 6 ch c Indian Ridge Kathy College (IRE) (College Chapel (GB)) 3 Onlyyouknowme (IRE) 5 b f Martino Alonso (IRE) - Sopran New (USA) (Cozzene (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 11; Wins: 3; Places: 6 Earnings: £46,328 Sire: HOLY ROMAN EMPEROR. Sire of 26 Stakes winners. In 2013 - MAUREEN Linamix G3, VICTORY LAUREL Fasliyev G3, HOLY WARRIOR Stephen Got Even LR, OCTAVIA Brocco LR, RICH TAPESTRY Sadler’s Wells LR, SMARTYS EMPERORESS Smile LR. 1st Dam: SPECIAL CAUSE by Fasliyev. Winner at 3 in France. Dam of 1 winner: 2006: Shy Appeal (f Barathea). Broodmare. 2008: Vision of Peace (f Invincible Spirit) unraced. 2009: (c Rock of Gibraltar) 2010: VICTORY LAUREL (c Holy Roman Emperor) Sold 22,000gns foal at TADEF. 3 wins at 2 and 3 in Italy, Premio Tudini G3. 2011: (f High Chaparral) 2012: (f Manduro) 2nd Dam: SHY DANCEUSE by Groom Dancer. 1 win at 3 in France. Dam of SWEET STORY (f Green Tune: Prix Occitanie LR), SHY LADY (f Kaldoun: Oppenheim-Rennen LR). Grandam of ZAFEEN, YA HAJAR, ATLANTIC SPORT, NOURIYA, MARY BOLEYN, Akeed Wafi, Happy Today, Lady Nouf. Broodmare Sire: FASLIYEV. Sire of the dams of 12 Stakes winners. In 2013 MELIORA Ad Valorem G2, VICTORY LAUREL Holy Roman Emperor G3.

Gibraltar (IRE) - Eurirs (FR) (Indian Ridge) 2 Solomar (ITY) 5 b c Martino Alonso (IRE) - Love Secret (USA) (Secreto (USA)) 3 Frankenstein (GB) 6 b g Dubawi (IRE) Lifting (IRE) (Nordance (USA))

(IRE) - Biz Bar (GB) (Tobougg (IRE)) 2 Wish Come True (IRE) 3 b c Aussie Rules (USA) - Tibouchina (IRE) (Daylami (IRE)) 3 Ancient King (IRE) 3 b c Ramonti (FR) Queen of Rap (IRE) (Alhaarth (IRE))

Age: 2-4; Starts: 16; Wins: 6; Places: 8 Earnings: £113,459

Age: 2-3; Starts: 4; Wins: 3; Places: 0 Earnings: £306,665

Sire: ROCK OF GIBRALTAR. Sire of 85 Stakes winners. In 2013 - SOCIETY ROCK Key of Luck G2, ARCETRI PINK Galileo G3, ROMANTIC WAVE Indian Ridge G3, EUROPE TO AFRICA Gold Brose LR, RUSSIAN ROCK Brief Truce LR.

Sire: ORATORIO. Sire of 34 Stakes winners. In 2013 - RAVE Dancing Brave G1, BIZ THE NURSE Tobougg G2, MOONWALK IN PARIS Singspiel G3, VIZTORIA Darshaan G3, ETON FOREVER Zilzal LR, ORATORIO LATINO Sadler’s Wells LR, OTTIMO Octagonal LR, RIOCETTO Canny Lad LR, SCIOLINA Carson City LR, SCREAM BLUE MURDER Bluebird LR, TECHNOKRAT Enrique LR.

1st Dam: Eurirs by Indian Ridge. ran on the flat in Italy at 2 and 3. Own sister to Euribor. Dam of 3 winners: 2005: DEMATIL (c Orpen) 2 wins at 2 and 3 in Italy, Criterium di Pisa LR. 2006: Maltide (c King Charlemagne) ran on the flat in Italy. 2008: Charlemagne Wood (c King Charlemagne) 7 wins at 2 to 4 in Italy, 3rd Premio d’Estate C. Naz LR. 2009: ROMANTIC WAVE (c Rock of Gibraltar) 6 wins at 2 to 4 in Italy, Premio Carlo d’Alessio G3, Premio Signorino LR, 2nd Premio Conte Felice Scheibler LR, Premio Merano LR, 3rd Premio Campobello C. Naz LR. 2011: Pack of Power (f Holy Roman Emperor) unraced to date. 2012: (f Fastnet Rock) 2nd Dam: ANNA GRASSI by Bound For Honour. 4 wins at 2 in Italy Premio Repubbliche Marinare LR. Dam of Euribor (c Indian Ridge: 2nd Prix de Cabourg G3, Premio Primi Passi G3) Broodmare Sire: INDIAN RIDGE. Sire of the dams of 64 Stakes winners. In 2013 - MULL OF KILLOUGH Mull of Kintyre G3, ROMANTIC WAVE Rock of Gibraltar G3, TICKLED PINK Invincible Spirit G3, GAMMARTH Layman LR, HACHIKO Noverre LR. The Rock of Gibraltar/Indian Ridge cross has produced: ROMANTIC WAVE G3, THEANN G3.

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Razyana HOLY ROMAN EMPEROR b 2004 Secretariat L’On Vite Fanfreluche VICTORY LAUREL b c 2010 Nureyev Fasliyev Mr P’s Princess SPECIAL CAUSE b 2001 Groom Dancer Shy Danceuse Shy Princess

Razyana ROCK OF GIBRALTAR b 99 Be My Guest Offshore Boom Push A Button ROMANTIC WAVE br c 2009 Ahonoora Indian Ridge Hillbrow EURIRS br 99 Bound For Honour Anna Grassi Beb Italia

171 - Premio Carlo d’Alessio, G3, Rome, May 19, 2400m

172 - Derby Italiano Better, G2, Rome, May 19, 2200m

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Danzig Danehill Razyana ORATORIO b 2002 Vaguely Noble Mahrah Montage BIZ THE NURSE b c 2010 Barathea Tobougg Lacovia BIZ BAR b 2004 Trempolino Ulanova Poelish Hills

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1st Dam: BIZ BAR by Tobougg. 2 wins at 2 in Italy, Criterium Femminile LR. Dam of 1 winner: 2010: BIZ THE NURSE (c Oratorio) Sold 32,840gns yearling at ITSEP. 3 wins at 2 and 3 in Italy, Derby Italiano Better G2, Premio Botticelli LR. 2011: Cospirator (c Ivan Denisovich) unraced to date. 2012: (c Arcano)

1 Biz The Nurse (IRE) 3 b c Oratorio

173 - Oleander Rennen, G3, BerlinHoppegarten, May 19, 3200m 1 Altano (GER) 7 b c Galileo (IRE) Alanda (GER) (Lando (GER)) 2 Supersonic Flight (GER) 6 ch c Lomitas (GB) - So Royal (GER) (Royal Solo (IRE)) 3 Earl of Tinsdal (GER) 5 b c Black Sam Bellamy (IRE) - Earthly Paradise (GER) (Dashing Blade) Age: 3-6; Starts: 23; Wins: 10; Places: 9 Earnings: £140,521 Sire: GALILEO. Sire of 137 Stakes


international database winners. In 2013 - BATTLE OF MARENGO Green Desert G2, ALTANO Lando G3, LINTON Centaine G3, MAGICIAN Mozart G3, ROMANTICA Danehill G3, RULER OF THE WORLD Kingmambo G3, INTELLO Danehill LR, SECRET GESTURE Danehill LR, CELESTIAL HALO High Top LR. 1st Dam: Alanda by Lando. unraced. Dam of 2 winners: 2006: ALTANO (c Galileo) 10 wins at 4 to 6 in France, Germany, Italy, Premio St Leger Italiano G3, Grosser Preis Von DSW21 St Leger G3, Oleander Deutsch Besitzer Zuchter Rennen G3 (twice), 2nd Premio St Leger Italiano G3. 2008: ARALDO (c High Chaparral) 3 wins at 4 in Germany, Preis des Casino Baden-Baden LR, 3rd Preis von Europa G1. 2009: Attimo (g Nayef ) 2010: Alito (c Big Shuffle) 2011: (c Medicean) 2012: (f Adlerflug) 2nd Dam: ARASTOU by Surumu. Champion 3yr old filly in Germany in 1992. 4 wins at 3 in West Germany Preis der Hannoverschen Sparkassen - VGH G3, Deutscher Buchmacher Stutenpreis G3, 2nd Preis der Diana - Deutsches Stuten Derby G2. Dam of ABITARA (f Rainbow Quest: Prix de Pomone G2), Adito (c Konigsstuhl: 2nd Grosser Preis von Dahlwitz G3), Abacco (c Polish Precedent: 3rd Coolmore Stud BadenBaden Cup LR), Armstrong (c Niniski: 2nd G. P. der Stadtsparkasse Dortmund LR). Grandam of All For You, ALL ABOUT SAM. Broodmare Sire: LANDO. Sire of the dams of 10 Stakes winners. In 2013 FARHH Pivotal G1, ALTANO Galileo G3, CALYXA Pivotal LR.

3 Tawhid (GB) 3 gr c Invincible Spirit (IRE) - Snowdrops (GB) (Gulch (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 8; Wins: 2; Places: 3 Earnings: £103,975 Sire: OASIS DREAM. Sire of 65 Stakes winners. In 2013 - PEACE AT LAST Barathea G2, STRATHNAVER Lahib G3, GALE FORCE TEN Kirkwall LR, UPCOUNTRY Chester House LR. 1st Dam: National Day by Barathea. Dam of 1 winner: 2010: PEACE AT LAST (c Oasis Dream) 2 wins at 2 and 3 in France, Germany, Mehl-Mulhens Rennen (2000 Guineas) G2. 2011: (c Danehill Dancer) 2012: (f Invincible Spirit) 2nd Dam: Rise And Fall by Mill Reef. ran a few times at 2 and 3. Own sister to SPECIAL LEAVE and Paradise Bay. Dam of FLY TO THE STARS (c Bluebird: Juddmonte Lockinge S G1), FALLEN STAR (f Brief Truce: Michael Page Int. Silver Trophy S LR, 2nd Premio Sergio Cumani G3), Danseur Landais (c Damister: 2nd Prix Lord Seymour LR, 3rd Grand Prix d’Evry G2), Stepping Up (c Soviet Star: 3rd Somerville Tattersall S G3), Tudor Court (f Cape Cross: 3rd Grosser Preis Jungheinrich Gabelstapler LR, Grosser Preis des Autoring Hannover LR). Grandam of FALLEN FOR YOU, FALLEN IDOL, Fallen In Love. Third dam of Light Up My Life. Broodmare Sire: BARATHEA. Sire of the dams of 60 Stakes winners. In 2013 - HUNTER’S LIGHT Dubawi G1, JAKKALBERRY Storming Home G2, PEACE AT LAST Oasis Dream G2, DANADANA Dubawi G3, SHEER TALENT Redoute’s Choice G3, BAIE D’HONNEUR Baroud d’Honneur LR, LAVA FLOW Dalakhani LR.

The Galileo/Lando cross has produced: ALTANO G3, Meganisi LR.

The Oasis Dream/Barathea cross has produced: RAINFALL G1, PEACE AT LAST G2.

Northern Dancer Sadler’s Wells Fairy Bridge GALILEO b 98 Miswaki Urban Sea Allegretta ALTANO b c 2006 Acatenango Lando Laurea ALANDA b 2001 Surumu Arastou Arabeske

Danzig Green Desert Foreign Courier OASIS DREAM b 2000 Dancing Brave Hope Bahamian PEACE AT LAST b c 2010 Sadler’s Wells Barathea Brocade NATIONAL DAY b 2004 Mill Reef Rise And Fall Light Duty

174 - Mehl-Mulhens Rennen (2000 Guineas), G2, Cologne, May 20, 1600m 1 Peace At Last (IRE) 3 b c Oasis Dream (GB) - National Day (IRE) (Barathea (IRE)) 2 Global Bang (GER) 3 b c Manduro (GER) - Goonda (GB) (Darshaan)

175 - Prix Corrida, G2, Saint-Cloud, May 24, 2000m 1 Grace Lady (FR) 4 b f Muhtathir (GB) - Parcelle de Sou (FR) (Ajdayt (USA)) 2 Fate (FR) 4 b f Teofilo (IRE) - Specificity

(USA) (Alleged (USA)) 3 Romantica (GB) 4 b f Galileo (IRE) Banks Hill (GB) (Danehill (USA)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 13; Wins: 3; Places: 8 Earnings: £129,569 Sire: MUHTATHIR. Sire of 20 Stakes winners. In 2013 - GRACE LADY Ajdayt G2, SILAS MARNER Kendor G3, PACHA DU POLDER Caerwent LR. 1st Dam: Parcelle de Sou by Ajdayt. 2 wins over jumps in France, 3rd Prix Sagan Hurdle LR. Dam of 2 winners: 2006: DARWINS FOX (g Kahyasi) 2 wins, EBF Irish Racing Writers Hurdle LR, 3rd Red Mills Trial Hurdle G2. 2009: GRACE LADY (f Muhtathir) 3 wins at 3 and 4 in France, Prix Corrida G2, Prix Jacques Laffitte LR, 2nd Prix Coronation LR, 3rd Prix Casimir Delamarre LR. Broodmare Sire: AJDAYT. Sire of the dams of 2 Stakes winners. In 2013 GRACE LADY Muhtathir G2.

Diesis Elmaamul Modena MUHTATHIR ch 95 Al Nasr Majmu Affirmative Fable GRACE LADY b f 2009 Danzig Ajdayt Barely Even PARCELLE DE SOU b/br 2000 Comrade In Arms Parcelle Coloree Kasumi

Barriere G1, betfred.com Temple S G2, Betfair Molecomb S G3, Pearl Bloodstock Palace House S G3, Dubai International Airport World Trophy G3, Windsor Castle S LR, 3rd Coolmore Nunthorpe S G1, John Guest Diadem S G2. 2007: Vanishing Grey (f Verglas) 3 wins, 2nd Jazzy S. 2008: NATIVE PICTURE (f Kodiac) 2 wins at 2 and 3. 2009: Samaah (f Cape Cross) unraced. 2010: Nigh (f Galileo) unraced to date. 2012: (c Galileo) Broodmare Sire: INDIAN RIDGE. Sire of the dams of 64 Stakes winners. In 2013 - KINGSGATE NATIVE Mujadil G2, MULL OF KILLOUGH Mull of Kintyre G3, ROMANTIC WAVE Rock of Gibraltar G3, TICKLED PINK Invincible Spirit G3, GAMMARTH Layman LR, HACHIKO Noverre LR. The Mujadil/Indian Ridge cross has produced: KINGSGATE NATIVE G1, Mermaid Island LR.

Northern Dancer Storm Bird South Ocean MUJADIL b 88 Secretariat Vallee Secrete Midou KINGSGATE NATIVE b g 2005 Ahonoora Indian Ridge Hillbrow NATIVE FORCE b 98 Be My Guest La Pellegrina Spanish Habit

176 - Betfred Temple Stakes, G2, Haydock Park, May 25, 5f 1 Kingsgate Native (IRE) 8 b g Mujadil (USA) - Native Force (IRE) (Indian Ridge) 2 Swiss Spirit (GB) 4 b c Invincible Spirit (IRE) - Swiss Lake (USA) (Indian Ridge) 3 Reckless Abandon (GB) 3 b c Exchange Rate (USA) - Sant Elena (GB) (Efisio) Age: 2-8; Starts: 31; Wins: 5; Places: 11 Earnings: £725,941 Sire: MUJADIL. Sire of 28 Stakes winners. In 2013 - KINGSGATE NATIVE Indian Ridge G2. 1st Dam: NATIVE FORCE by Indian Ridge. Winner at 3. Dam of 4 winners: 2003: ASSUMPTION (f Beckett) Winner at 3. Broodmare. 2005: KINGSGATE NATIVE (g Mujadil) Sold 18,912gns foal at GONO1, 20,000gns yearling at DNSLY. 5 wins to 2013, Golden Jubilee S G1, Coolmore Nunthorpe S G1, betfred.com Temple S G2 (twice), Audi King George S G3, 2nd P.de l’Abbaye de Longchamp Maj.

177 - Weatherbys Ireland Greenlands Stakes, G3, Curragh, May 25, 6f 1 Hitchens (IRE) 8 b g Acclamation (GB) - Royal Fizz (IRE) (Royal Academy (USA)) 2 Reply (IRE) 4 b c Oasis Dream (GB) Cap Coz (IRE) (Indian Ridge) 3 Slade Power (IRE) 4 b c Dutch Art (GB) - Girl Power (IRE) (Key of Luck (USA)) Age: 2-8; Starts: 54; Wins: 9; Places: 19 Earnings: £630,253 Sire: ACCLAMATION. Sire of 20 Stakes winners. In 2013 - HITCHENS Royal Academy G3, LIGHT OF SUCCESS Gone West LR. 1st Dam: ROYAL FIZZ by Royal Academy. Winner at 2 in France. Dam of 4 winners: 1999: ROYAL BRIEF (f Brief Truce) 4 wins at 3 and 4 in Belgium. 2000: Crown Fizz (c Anabaa) unraced. 2001: Sparkling Fizz (f Vettori)

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international database unraced. Broodmare. 2002: Grand Marque (c Grand Lodge) 3 wins, 2nd Weatherbys Stonehenge S LR. 2004: Haamesh (g Noverre) ran a few times. 2005: HITCHENS (g Acclamation) Sold 18,390gns yearling at GOOY1, 42,470gns 2yo at GBMBR, 40,000gns 3yo at TAAUT. 9 wins at 2 to 7, 2012 at home, UAE, Weatherbys Ireland Greenlands S G3 (twice), Gulf News Al Shindagha Sprint G3, Chris Blackwell Memorial Hopeful S LR, ladbrokes.com Golden Rose S LR, 2nd Skywards Mahab Al Shimaal G3, totesport.com Wentworth S LR, Mercury S LR, 3rd Darley July Cup G1, M&S Bank Queensferry S LR. 2006: Jinjja Bear (g Exceed And Excel) unraced. 2007: EFFERVESCE (f Galileo) Winner at 3. 2008: Refugee (f Montjeu) unraced. 2009: Flying Doha (c Danehill Dancer) 2010: Brunch Bellini (f Peintre Celebre) unraced to date. 2011: Tanzeel (c Elusive City) unraced to date. 2nd Dam: CROWN CREST by Mill Reef. 1 win at 3. Own sister to DIAMOND SHOAL, GLINT OF GOLD and Emerald Reef. Dam of FLORAL PEGASUS (c Fusaichi Pegasus: Chinese Club Challenge Cup LR, Mercedes Benz Hong Kong Classic Mile LR, The Mercedes Benz Hong Kong Derby Trial LR), Evacuate (c Giant’s Causeway: 3rd City Pacific Finance Red Anchor S G3) Broodmare Sire: ROYAL ACADEMY. Sire of the dams of 116 Stakes winners. In 2013 - NASHVILLE Darci Brahma G1, ANA LUISA Elusive Quality G2, SUMMER APPLAUSE Harlan’s Holiday G2, TWILIGHT ROYALE Testa Rossa G2, COFFEE CLIQUE Medaglia d’Oro G3, HITCHENS Acclamation G3, VIVI VELOCE More Than Ready G3, GUEST OF HONOUR Cape Cross LR, VERMEER Noverre LR, WIRE TO WIRE Observatory LR. Waajib Royal Applause Flying Melody ACCLAMATION b 99 Ahonoora Princess Athena Shopping Wise HITCHENS b g 2005 Nijinsky Royal Academy Crimson Saint ROYAL FIZZ ch 94 Mill Reef Crown Crest Crown Treasure

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Absolutelyfabulous (IRE) (Mozart (IRE)) 2 Gale Force Ten (GB) 3 b c Oasis Dream (GB) - Ronaldsay (GB) (Kirkwall (GB)) 3 Trading Leather (IRE) 3 b c Teofilo (IRE) - Night Visit (GB) (Sinndar (IRE)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 5; Wins: 2; Places: 1 Earnings: £44,914 Sire: GALILEO. Sire of 137 Stakes winners. In 2013 - MAGICIAN Mozart G1, BATTLE OF MARENGO Green Desert G2, ALTANO Lando G3, LINTON Centaine G3, ROMANTICA Danehill G3, RULER OF THE WORLD Kingmambo G3, INTELLO Danehill LR, NOBLE MISSION Danehill LR, SECRET GESTURE Danehill LR, CELESTIAL HALO High Top LR. 1st Dam: ABSOLUTELYFABULOUS by Mozart. 3 wins at 3 and 4, Cork S LR, 3rd Ballyogan S G3. Dam of 2 winners: 2009: WONDERFUL (f Galileo) Winner at 3. 2010: MAGICIAN (c Galileo) 2 wins at 2 and 3, Tattersalls Irish 2000 Guineas G1, betvictor.com Dee S G3. 2011: (c Galileo) 2012: (f Galileo) 2nd Dam: Lady Windermere by Lake Coniston. unraced. Dam of ABSOLUTELYFABULOUS (f Mozart, see above) Broodmare Sire: MOZART. Sire of the dams of 1 Stakes winners. In 2013 MAGICIAN Galileo G1.

Northern Dancer Sadler’s Wells Fairy Bridge GALILEO b 98 Miswaki Urban Sea Allegretta MAGICIAN b c 2010 Danehill Mozart Victoria Cross ABSOLUTELYFABULOUS b 2003 Lake Coniston Lady Windermere Brigid

LR. 1st Dam: Stormy Weather by Nashwan. unraced. Dam of 3 winners: 2005: Shakedown (g Domedriver) 2007: RANNOCH MOOR (g Hernando) Winner over hurdles. 2008: Shahzadeh (f Hernando) ran on the flat in Italy. 2009: CHIGUN (f Oasis Dream) Sold 62,000gns yearling at TAOC1, 85,000gns 2yo at TAAPR. 3 wins at 3, Abu Dhabi S G3, Mawatheeq Rosemary S LR, 2nd Qatar Bloodstock Dahlia S G3. 2010: OVETT (g Exceed And Excel) 3 wins at 2. 2011: Hurricane Harry (c Royal Applause) unraced to date. 2012: (f Kyllachy) 2nd Dam: Shimmering Sea by Slip Anchor. 2 wins at 2, 3rd Silken Glider EBF S G3. Dam of STARLIT SANDS (f Oasis Dream: Prix d’Arenberg G3, 2nd Queen Mary S G2), SEA DANE (c Danehill: Whitley Bay Holiday Pk. Chipchase S LR, Saloprint Klampenborg Store Sprint LR (twice), IBM Taby Varsprint LR, 2nd Taby Open Sprint Championship G3). Grandam of SONGERIE, SOUVENANCE, SOFT MORNING, SOURIRE. Third dam of Savanna La Mar.

winners. In 2013 - HEAVY METAL Baroon G1, MARTIAL EAGLE Jallad G1, TELLINA Spectrum G2, VERCINGETORIX National Assembly G2, LUCKY SPEED Monsun G3, SEAL Rambo Dancer LR, SEDGE Rakeen LR. 1st Dam: Lysuna by Monsun. 3 wins at 3 to 5 in Germany, 2nd P.Jubilaum.Firma Jungheinrich Gabstapler G3. Dam of 4 winners: 2007: Lyssio (g Motivator) 3 wins, 2nd Shadwell Farm Grosser Bavaria Preis LR. 2008: LYVIUS (g Paolini) 5 wins, Sportingbet Gerry Feilden H. Hurdle LR. 2009: LYSINO (g Medicean) Winner at 3 in Germany. 2010: LUCKY SPEED (c Silvano) Sold 37,766gns yearling at BBAGS. 1 win at 3 in Germany, onextwo.com Bavarian Classic G3, 2nd FruhjahrsPreis des Bankhauses Metzler G3. 2011: (c Montjeu) 2012: (f Lando) 2nd Dam: LA LYRA by Slip Anchor. 1 win at 2 in West Germany. Dam of Lymond (c Bakharoff: 3rd G.P. von E Plus - G. P. von Dusseldorf G3), Lysuna (f Monsun, see above)

Broodmare Sire: NASHWAN. Sire of the dams of 59 Stakes winners. In 2013 - CHIGUN Oasis Dream G3, BEAT BABY Johannesburg LR, MIJHAAR Shirocco LR.

Broodmare Sire: MONSUN. Sire of the dams of 25 Stakes winners. In 2013 PASTORIUS Soldier Hollow G1, DON BOSCO Barathea G2, LUCKY SPEED Silvano G3, KAPOUR Toylsome LR, TRES BLUE Anabaa Blue LR.

The Oasis Dream/Nashwan cross has produced: CHIGUN G3, Stargaze G2.

The Silvano/Monsun cross has produced: LUCKY SPEED G3, Aurea LR.

Danzig Green Desert Foreign Courier OASIS DREAM b 2000 Dancing Brave Hope Bahamian CHIGUN b f 2009 Blushing Groom Nashwan Height of Fashion STORMY WEATHER b 2001 Slip Anchor Shimmering Sea Sushila

Beau’s Eagle Spirit of Eagles Big Spirit LUCKY SPEED b c 2010 Konigsstuhl Monsun Mosella LYSUNA b 2000 Slip Anchor La Lyra La Luna

180 - onextwo.com Bavarian Classic, G3, Munich, May 26, 2000m

181 - Premio Carlo Vittadini, G2, Milan, May 26, 1600m

Niniski Lomitas La Colorada SILVANO b 96

179 - Abu Dhabi Stakes, G3, Curragh, May 25, 8f 1 Chigun (GB) 4 b f Oasis Dream (GB) Stormy Weather (GB) (Nashwan (USA)) 2 La Collina (IRE) 4 ch f Strategic Prince (GB) - Starfish (IRE) (Galileo (IRE)) 3 Lily’s Angel (IRE) 4 b f Dark Angel (IRE) - Noyelles (IRE) (Docksider (USA)) Age: 3-4; Starts: 8; Wins: 3; Places: 3 Earnings: £44,280 Sire: OASIS DREAM. Sire of 66 Stakes winners. In 2013 - PEACE AT LAST Barathea G2, CHIGUN Nashwan G3, STRATHNAVER Lahib G3, COACH HOUSE Mujadil LR, GALE FORCE TEN Kirkwall LR, UPCOUNTRY Chester House

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1 Lucky Speed (IRE) 3 b c Silvano (GER) - Lysuna (GER) (Monsun (GER)) 2 Flamingo Star (GER) 3 b c Areion (GER) - Flamingo Island (GER) (Acatenango (GER)) 3 Bermuda Reef (IRE) 3 b c Oasis Dream (GB) - Borgia (GER) (Acatenango (GER)) Age: 3; Starts: 2; Wins: 1; Places: 1 Earnings: £13,008 Sire: SILVANO. Sire of 40 Stakes

1 Principe Adepto (USA) 5 b/br c Dubawi (IRE) - Aischa (GB) (Giant’s Causeway (USA)) 2 Libano (IRE) 7 b c Indian Ridge Daniela Grassi (GB) (Bound For Honour (USA)) 3 Douce Vie (IRE) 7 b c Desert Prince (IRE) - Ellendellendoo (IRE) (Ela-ManaMou) Age: 2-5; Starts: 22; Wins: 5; Places: 12 Earnings: £103,555


international database Sire: DUBAWI. Sire of 58 Stakes winners. In 2013 - AL KAZEEM Darshaan G1, HUNTER’S LIGHT Barathea G1, LUCKY NINE Green Desert G1, WILLOW MAGIC Tierce G1, PRINCIPE ADEPTO Giant’s Causeway G2, UNIVERSAL Giant’s Causeway G2, AHZEEMAH Entrepreneur G3, DANADANA Barathea G3, AKEED MOFEED Tiger Hill LR, CATKINS Catbird LR, FORT KNOX Green Desert LR, MANGIAPREGAAMA Cape Cross LR, MURIOI Fantastic Light LR. 1st Dam: AISCHA by Giant’s Causeway. 3 wins at 2 in Italy, Premio Vittorio Crespi LR. Dam of 1 winner: 2007: Merak (c Red Ransom) 2008: PRINCIPE ADEPTO (c Dubawi) 5 wins at 3 to 5 in Italy, Premio Carlo Vittadini G2, Premio Signorino Mem. A Lancellotti LR, 3rd Premio Carlo Vittadini G2, Premio Signorino LR. 2009: Shine Like A Star (f Elusive Quality) ran on the flat in Italy. 2010: Metamorphosis (c Street Sense) in training. 2011: Stellarium (c Mr Greeley) unraced to date. 2012: (c Duke of Marmalade) 2nd Dam: Al Hasnaa by Zafonic. unraced. Own sister to ALRASSAAM. Dam of TENENBAUM (g Authorized: Prix de Reux - Beachcomber Hotels LR, 3rd Qatar Prix Chaudenay G2), AISCHA (f Giant’s Causeway, see above) Broodmare Sire: GIANT’S CAUSEWAY. Sire of the dams of 22 Stakes winners. In 2013 - ESCADO Casino Prince G1, VERRAZANO More Than Ready G1, PRINCIPE ADEPTO Dubawi G2, SOFT FALLING RAIN National Assembly G2, UNIVERSAL Dubawi G2, PLATINUM KINGDOM Magnus G3, PLANTEUR Danehill Dancer LR, ARGOCAT Montjeu LR. The Dubawi/Giant’s Causeway cross has produced: PRINCIPE ADEPTO G2, UNIVERSAL G2. Seeking The Gold Dubai Millennium Colorado Dancer DUBAWI b 2002 Deploy Zomaradah Jawaher PRINCIPE ADEPTO b/br c 2008 Storm Cat Giant’s Causeway Mariah’s Storm AISCHA b 2002 Zafonic Al Hasnaa Lady Blackfoot

182 - Oaks d’Italia, G2, Milan, May 26, 2200m 1 Charity Line (IRE) 3 ch f Manduro (GER) - Holy Moon (IRE) (Hernando (FR)) 2 Dancer Destination (GB) 3 b f Dubai Destination (USA) - Mara Dancer (GB) (Shareef Dancer (USA))

3 Whippy Cream (IRE) 3 b f Dansili (GB) Diavla (USA) (Bahri (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 4; Wins: 4; Places: 0 Earnings: £182,265 Sire: MANDURO. Sire of 7 Stakes winners. In 2013 - CHARITY LINE Hernando G2, KOLONEL Swain LR. 1st Dam: HOLY MOON by Hernando. 5 wins at 3 and 4 in Italy, Premio EBF Terme di Merano LR. Dam of 4 winners: 2006: MOONEY RIDGE (f Indian Ridge) 2 wins at 3 and 4 in Italy. 2008: HOLY BALLET (c Shamardal) 8 wins at 3 to 5 in Italy. CHERRY COLLECT (f 2009: Oratorio) Champion 3yr old filly in Italy in 2012. 8 wins at 2 and 3 in Italy, Oaks d’Italia Trofeo Snai G2, 2nd Premio Lydia Tesio Longines Tris Int G1. 2010: CHARITY LINE (f Manduro) Sold 57,471gns yearling at ITSEP. 4 wins at 2 and 3 in Italy, Oaks d’Italia G2, Premio Baggio LR. 2011: Final Score (f Dylan Thomas) unraced to date. 2012: (f Rock of Gibraltar) 2nd Dam: Centinela by Caerleon. ran a few times at 2 and 3. Dam of HOLY MOON (f Hernando, see above) Broodmare Sire: HERNANDO. Sire of the dams of 24 Stakes winners. In 2013 - CHARITY LINE Manduro G2. Konigsstuhl Monsun Mosella MANDURO b 2002 Be My Guest Mandellicht Mandelauge CHARITY LINE ch f 2010 Niniski Hernando Whakilyric HOLY MOON b 2000 Caerleon Centinela New Generation

183 - Prix d’Ispahan, G1, Longchamp, May 26, 1800m 1 Maxios (GB) 5 b c Monsun (GER) Moonlight’s Box (USA) (Nureyev (USA)) 2 Planteur (IRE) 6 b c Danehill Dancer (IRE) - Plante Rare (IRE) (Giant’s Causeway (USA)) 3 Mandour (USA) 4 ch c Smart Strike (CAN) - Mandesha (FR) (Desert Style (IRE)) Age: 2-5; Starts: 14; Wins: 6; Places: 2 Earnings: £253,752 Sire: MONSUN. Sire of 102 Stakes winners. In 2013 - MAXIOS Nureyev G1, SILASOL Gulch G1, NOVELLIST Lagunas G2, OCOVANGO Gone West G2, ESTIMATE Darshaan G3, PIRIKA Intikhab G3, TRIPLE THREAT Lyphard G3.

1st Dam: Moonlight’s Box by Nureyev. unraced. Dam of 6 winners: 2001: BAGO (c Nashwan) Champion 2yr old in Europe in 2003, Champion 3yr old in Europe in 2004. 8 wins at 2 to 4 in France, Juddmonte Grand Prix de Paris G1, Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe G1, Prix Ganay G1, Prix Jean Prat G1, Criterium International G1, 2nd Tattersalls Gold Cup G1, 3rd Juddmonte International S G1, King George VI & Queen Elizabeth S G1, Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud G1, P.de l’Arc de Triomphe - Lucien Barriere G1. Sire. 2002: MILLION WISHES (f Darshaan) 3 wins at 2 and 3 in France. Broodmare. 2003: Silhouetting (g Hernando) BETA (f Selkirk) 2 wins at 2 2004: in France, Criterium de Vitesse LR, 2nd Prix de Cabourg G3. Broodmare. 2006: (c A P Indy). died as a foal. 2007: MAKANI (c A P Indy) 3 wins at 2 to 4 in France. 2008: MAXIOS (c Monsun) 6 wins at 2, 4 and 5 in France, Prix d’Ispahan G1, Prix d’Harcourt G2, La Coupe de Maisons-Laffitte G3, Prix Thomas Bryon G3, 2nd Prix Ganay G1, Grand Prix de Chantilly G2. 2009: MR MOONLIGHT (c Dansili) Winner at 3 in France. 2010: Parallax (c Galileo) unraced to date. 2012: (f Galileo) 2nd Dam: COUP DE GENIE by Mr Prospector. Champion 2yr old filly in France in 1993. 4 wins at 2 and 3 in France Prix de la Salamandre G1, Prix Morny Agence Francaise G1, 3rd Madagans 1000 Guineas G1. Own sister to OCEAN OF WISDOM and MACHIAVELLIAN. Dam of DENEBOLA (f Storm Cat: Prix Marcel Boussac-Royal Barriere G1, 2nd Prix de la Foret G1, 3rd Prix Morny Casinos Barriere G1), SNAKE MOUNTAIN (g A P Indy: Aqueduct H G3, Queens County H G3, Stuyvesant H G3), LOVING KINDNESS (f Seattle Slew: Prix de Cabourg G3, 3rd Prix Morny Casinos Barriere G1), GLIA (f A P Indy: Prix Imprudence LR, Pebbles H LR, 2nd Mrs Revere S G2). Grandam of PEACE CAMP. Third dam of EMOLLIENT. Broodmare Sire: NUREYEV. Sire of the dams of 201 Stakes winners. In 2013 MAXIOS Monsun G1, FARRAAJ Dubai Destination G3, SONGCRAFT Singspiel LR, TEOPHILIP Teofilo LR. Dschingis Khan Konigsstuhl Konigskronung MONSUN br 90 Surumu Mosella Monasia MAXIOS b c 2008 Northern Dancer Nureyev Special MOONLIGHT’S BOX b 96 Mr Prospector Coup de Genie Coup de Folie

184 - Prix Vicomtesse Vigier, G2, Longchamp, May 26, 3000m 1 Domeside (GB) 7 b c Domedriver (IRE) - Buck’s Fizz (GB) (Kris) 2 Les Beaufs (FR) 4 b g Apsis (GB) Yeomanry (FR) (Saumarez) 3 Last Train (GB) 4 b c Rail Link (GB) Rainbow Lake (GB) (Rainbow Quest (USA)) Age: 2-7; Starts: 35; Wins: 11; Places: 15 Earnings: £163,630 Sire: DOMEDRIVER. Sire of 5 Stakes winners. In 2013 - DOMESIDE Kris G2. 1st Dam: Buck’s Fizz by Kris. unraced. Dam of 2 winners: 2003: SOFI TERZ (f Mark of Esteem) Winner at 3 in Greece. 2004: Seaton Snooks (g Diktat) 2005: Can’t Agree (f Dansili) ran once over fences. 2006: DOMESIDE (c Domedriver) Sold 5,000gns foal at TADEF. 11 wins at 3 to 7, 2013 in France, Spain, Prix Vicomtesse Vigier G2, 3rd Prix de Barbeville G3. 2008: (c Proclamation) Broodmare Sire: KRIS. Sire of the dams of 107 Stakes winners. In 2013 DOMESIDE Domedriver G2.

Ahonoora Indian Ridge Hillbrow DOMEDRIVER b 98 Baillamont Napoli Bella Senora DOMESIDE b c 2006 Sharpen Up Kris Doubly Sure BUCK’S FIZZ ch 98 Polar Falcon Polar Fizz Sister Sophie

185 - Pour Moi Coolmore Prix SaintAlary, G1, Longchamp, May 26, 2000m 1 Silasol (IRE) 3 b f Monsun (GER) Stormina (USA) (Gulch (USA)) 2 Alterite (FR) 3 b f Literato (FR) - Ana Luna (GB) (Dream Well (FR)) 3 Ferevia (IRE) 3 b f Motivator (GB) Frynia (USA) (Cat Thief (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 4; Wins: 2; Places: 1 Earnings: £170,025 Sire: MONSUN. Sire of 102 Stakes winners. In 2013 - MAXIOS Nureyev G1, SILASOL Gulch G1, NOVELLIST Lagunas G2, OCOVANGO Gone West G2, ESTIMATE Darshaan G3, PIRIKA Intikhab G3, TRIPLE THREAT Lyphard

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international database G3. 1st Dam: STORMINA by Gulch. 6 wins at 3 and 4 in France, USA, Indian Maid Breeders’ Cup H LR, Firecracker H LR, Summer Finale H LR, 3rd Prix de Sandringham G2. Dam of 1 winner: 2009: Solensi (c Montjeu) unraced. 2010: SILASOL (f Monsun). 2 wins at 2 in France, Total Prix Marcel Boussac G1, Pour Moi Coolmore Prix Saint-Alary G1, 2nd Prix Vanteaux G3. 2011: Spiritueux (c Invincible Spirit) unraced to date. 2012: Clarmina (f Cape Cross) 2nd Dam: BROOKLYN’S STORM by Storm Cat. 2 wins at 2 and 4 in France, USA. Dam of STORMINA (f Gulch, see above) Broodmare Sire: GULCH. Sire of the dams of 54 Stakes winners. In 2013 SILASOL Monsun G1, ALZORA Redoute’s Choice G3.

Dschingis Khan Konigsstuhl Konigskronung MONSUN br 90 Surumu Mosella Monasia SILASOL b f 2010 Mr Prospector Gulch Jameela STORMINA b/br 2002 Storm Cat Brooklyn’s Storm Brooklyn’s Dance

186 - Tattersalls Gold Cup, G1, Curragh, May 26, 10f 110yds 1 Al Kazeem (GB) 5 b c Dubawi (IRE) Kazeem (GB) (Darshaan) 2 Camelot (GB) 4 b c Montjeu (IRE) Tarfah (USA) (Kingmambo (USA)) 3 Windsor Palace (IRE) 8 b c Danehill Dancer (IRE) - Simaat (USA) (Mr Prospector (USA)) Age: 2-5; Starts: 9; Wins: 4; Places: 4 Earnings: £171,461

Treasurer. Dam of 3 winners: 2003: (f Medicean) 2004: AZEEMA (f Averti) Winner at 3. Broodmare. 2005: King’s Kazeem (f King’s Best) 2006: PARK LANE (g Royal Applause) 4 wins. 2007: Fire Up (f Motivator). Broodmare. 2008: AL KAZEEM (c Dubawi) 4 wins at 2 to 5, 2013, Tattersalls Gold Cup G1, Qatar Bloodstock Jockey Club S G2, bet365 Gordon Richards S G3, 2nd Sportingbet.com Great Voltigeur S G2, Worthington’s St Simon S G3, Dubai Duty Free Arc Trial G3. 2009: Sanctioned (g Authorized) ran 3 times. 2010: Kazak (c Royal Applause) in training. 2013: (c Makfi) 2nd Dam: KANZ by The Minstrel. 2 wins at 2 and 3 Princess Elizabeth S G3, 2nd Yorkshire Oaks G1. Dam of Treasurer (c Darshaan: 3rd Peter Pan S G2) Broodmare Sire: DARSHAAN. Sire of the dams of 204 Stakes winners. In 2013 - AL KAZEEM Dubawi G1, SAJJHAA King’s Best G1, LIBERTARIAN New Approach G2, DANK Dansili G3, ESTIMATE Monsun G3, GLOBAL THRILL Big Shuffle G3, JUTLAND Halling G3, VIZTORIA Oratorio G3, ALEXANDRA PALACE Jet Master LR, KELINNI Refuse To Bend LR.

Seeking The Gold Dubai Millennium Colorado Dancer DUBAWI b 2002 Deploy Zomaradah Jawaher AL KAZEEM b c 2008 Shirley Heights Darshaan Delsy KAZEEM b 98 The Minstrel Kanz Treasure Chest

187 - Etihad Airways Irish 1000 Guineas, G1, Curragh, May 26, 8f

Sire: DUBAWI. Sire of 58 Stakes winners. In 2013 - AL KAZEEM Darshaan G1, HUNTER’S LIGHT Barathea G1, LUCKY NINE Green Desert G1, WILLOW MAGIC Tierce G1, PRINCIPE ADEPTO Giant’s Causeway G2, UNIVERSAL Giant’s Causeway G2, AHZEEMAH Entrepreneur G3, DANADANA Barathea G3, AKEED MOFEED Tiger Hill LR, CATKINS Catbird LR, FORT KNOX Green Desert LR, MANGIAPREGAAMA Cape Cross LR, MURIOI Fantastic Light LR.

Age: 2-3; Starts: 4; Wins: 3; Places: 1 Earnings: £142,217

1st Dam: Kazeem by Darshaan. ran 3 times at 2 and 3. Own sister to

Sire: LAWMAN. Sire of 8 Stakes winners. In 2013 - JUST THE JUDGE

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Rainbow Quest G1. 1st Dam: Faraday Light by Rainbow Quest. ran twice at 3. Dam of 2 winners: 2008: (c Traditionally) 2009: AMBER SILK (f Lawman) Winner at 3. 2010: JUST THE JUDGE (f Lawman) Sold 41,050gns yearling at GOOY1. 3 wins at 2, Etihad Airways Irish 1000 Guineas G1, Vision.ae Rockfel S G2, Denford Stud Washington Singer S LR, 2nd Qipco 1000 Guineas G1. 2011: Obliterator (c Oratorio) unraced to date. 2nd Dam: UNCHARTED HAVEN by Turtle Island. 4 wins at 2 to 4 in France, USA San Clemente S G2, San Gorgonio H G2. Dam of HIGH HEELED (f High Chaparral: totesport.com St Simon S G3, 2nd Prix de Pomone- Haras d’Etreham G2, Nyse Euronext Prix de Royallieu G2, 3rd Investec Coronation Cup G1, Investec Oaks S G1) Broodmare Sire: RAINBOW QUEST. Sire of the dams of 153 Stakes winners. In 2013 - JAVA’S WAR War Pass G1, JUST THE JUDGE Lawman G1, GLEN’S DIAMOND Intikhab G2, LAST TRAIN Rail Link G3, NAVAJO CHIEF King’s Best LR, AURORAS ENCORE Second Empire LR, CASCAVEL Dansili LR. The Lawman/Rainbow Quest cross has produced: JUST THE JUDGE G1, LAW ENFORCEMENT G1.

Green Desert Invincible Spirit Rafha LAWMAN b 2004 Gulch Laramie Light The Lights JUST THE JUDGE br f 2010 Blushing Groom Rainbow Quest I Will Follow FARADAY LIGHT ch 2003 Turtle Island Uncharted Haven Tochar Ban

188 - Airlie Stud Gallinule Stakes, G3, Curragh, May 26, 10f 1 Leading Light (IRE) 3 b c Montjeu (IRE) - Dance Parade (USA) (Gone West (USA)) 2 Little White Cloud (IRE) 3 gr c Dalakhani (IRE) - Quest For Eternity (IRE) (Sadler’s Wells (USA)) 3 Count of Limonade (IRE) 3 b c Duke of Marmalade (IRE) - Hoity Toity (GB) (Darshaan) Age: 2-3; Starts: 3; Wins: 2; Places: 1 Earnings: £18,611 Sire: MONTJEU. Sire of 119 Stakes winners. In 2013 - ST NICHOLAS ABBEY Sure Blade G1, CAMELOT Kingmambo G3, LEADING LIGHT Gone

West G3, MOUNT ATHOS Slip Anchor G3, ARGOCAT Giant’s Causeway LR, FIRST AVENUE Machiavellian LR, HURRICANE FLY Kenmare LR, PRIVATE TREASURE Woodman LR. 1st Dam: DANCE PARADE by Gone West. 7 wins at 2 to 4 at home, USA, Buena Vista S G2. Own sister to Western Reel. Dam of 6 winners: 2001: SPECIAL JIG (f Theatrical) Winner at 3 in USA. Broodmare. 2005: CASTLES IN THE AIR (g Oasis Dream) 5 wins at 3 to 5. 2006: HONOURS STRIDE (f Red Ransom) Winner at 3. Broodmare. 2007: OUR DRAMA QUEEN (f Danehill Dancer) Winner at 3. Broodmare. 2009: Warwick Avenue (c Montjeu) 3 wins, 3rd Keeneland Royal Whip S G2. 2010: LEADING LIGHT (c Montjeu) Sold 520,000gns yearling at TAOC1. 2 wins at 2 and 3, Airlie Stud Gallinule S G3. 2011: (c Montjeu) 2012: (f Montjeu) 2nd Dam: RIVER JIG by Irish River. 2 wins at 2 and 3 at home, Italy Premio Fausta LR, 2nd Criterium Femminile G3. Dam of DANCE PARADE (f Gone West, see above), OCEAN QUEEN (f Zilzal: Bay Meadows Breeders’ Cup Derby G3), JIG (f Catrail: La Zanzara S LR), Western Reel (f Gone West: 3rd Ritz Club Fern Hill Rated H LR). Grandam of TOYLSOME, Midnight Mischief, Bicoastal, Mr Irons, Klondike Kate. Third dam of TESORILLA CLASS, GREEN SUPREME, HOARDING. Broodmare Sire: GONE WEST. Sire of the dams of 99 Stakes winners. In 2013 - DISCREET DANCER Discreet Cat G2, OCOVANGO Monsun G2, AFRICAN STORY Pivotal G3, GOL TRICOLOR North Light G3, KUROSHIO Exceed And Excel G3, LEADING LIGHT Montjeu G3, ADMIRE SAGACE Fuji Kiseki LR, AGULHAS Exceed And Excel LR, ELGHAYOOR Ghostzapper LR, LIGHT OF SUCCESS Acclamation LR. The Montjeu/Gone West cross has produced: MACARTHUR G1, MOTIVATOR G1, LEADING LIGHT G3, Campanillas G2, Warwick Avenue G2, Brittany LR.

Northern Dancer Sadler’s Wells Fairy Bridge MONTJEU b 96 Top Ville Floripedes Toute Cy LEADING LIGHT b c 2010 Mr Prospector Gone West Secrettame DANCE PARADE ch 94 Irish River River Jig Baronova


international database 189 - Seymour Pierce Henry II Stakes, G3, Sandown Park, May 30, 16f 1 Gloomy Sunday (FR) 4 b f Singspiel (IRE) - Fine And Mellow (FR) (Lando (GER)) 2 Number Theory (GB) 5 b g Halling (USA) - Numanthia (IRE) (Barathea (IRE)) 3 Model Pupil (GB) 4 b c Sinndar (IRE) Modesta (IRE) (Sadler’s Wells (USA))

Sadler’s Wells In The Wings High Hawk SINGSPIEL b 92 Halo Glorious Song Ballade GLOOMY SUNDAY b f 2009 Acatenango Lando Laurea FINE AND MELLOW b 97 Red Steps Mika Red Mikada

Storm Cat Giant’s Causeway Mariah’s Storm SHAMARDAL b 2002 Machiavellian Helsinki Helen Street MUKHADRAM b c 2009 Woodman Timber Country Fall Aspen MAGIC TREE ch 2002 Diesis Moyesii Cherokee Rose

Age: 2-4; Starts: 14; Wins: 3; Places: 7 Earnings: £93,314 Sire: SINGSPIEL. Sire of 90 Stakes winners. In 2013 - GLOOMY SUNDAY Lando G3, SONGCRAFT Nureyev LR. 1st Dam: FINE AND MELLOW by Lando. 4 wins at 3 in France, Prix Scaramouche LR. Dam of 5 winners: 2003: FOR WOOLLY (g Soviet Star) 3 wins at 3 and 5 in France. 2005: FOR JOY (f Singspiel) 2 wins at 3 and 4 in France. Broodmare. 2006: RANSOM DEMAND (c Red Ransom) 4 wins at 3 to 5 in France. 2007: Latinka (f Fantastic Light) 2008: ABJER (c Singspiel) 2 wins at 2, Jaguar XJ Autumn S G3. 2009: GLOOMY SUNDAY (f Singspiel) Sold 26,970gns yearling at ARAUG, 103,174gns 3yo at ARARC. 3 wins at 2 and 4 at home, France, Seymour Pierce Henry II S G3, 2nd Prix de Thiberville LR, Prix Right Royal LR, 3rd Prix Panacee LR. 2010: Hanga Roa (g Hannouma) 2011: Zabrov (c Mastercraftsman) unraced to date. 2nd Dam: MIKA RED by Red Steps. 5 wins at 2 and 3 in Belgium Grand Prix d’Ostende des 3 Ans G1, Belge St Leger G1, 2nd Grande Poule des Produits G1. Own sister to MIKA STEPS. Dam of FOX GALLERY (c Tate Gallery: Prix Albert Van Loo LR), MIKA GALLERY (f Tate Gallery: Crit. National des Poulains & Pouliches LR, Grand Criterium Belge LR, Grande Poule des Produits LR, Prix Edmond Drugman LR, Poule d’Essai des Pouliches LR), BAIE DES ANGES (f Pas de Seul: Prix de Sa Majeste Le Roi LR, Prix Gustave du Roy de Blicquy LR, Poule d’Essai des Pouliches LR), FINE AND MELLOW (f Lando, see above), RED GUEST (c Be My Guest: Prix Rose or No H. Hurdle LR). Grandam of Lost Bay, In Great Form. Third dam of Idylles. Broodmare Sire: LANDO. Sire of the dams of 11 Stakes winners. In 2013 FARHH Pivotal G1, ALTANO Galileo G3, GLOOMY SUNDAY Singspiel G3, CALYXA Pivotal LR. The Singspiel/Lando cross has produced: ABJER G3, GLOOMY SUNDAY G3, NOUVELLE NOBLESSE G3.

190 - CantorFitzgerald Brigadier Gerard Stakes, G3, Sandown Park, May 30, 10f 1 Mukhadram (GB) 4 b c Shamardal (USA) - Magic Tree (UAE) (Timber Country (USA)) 2 Main Sequence (USA) 4 ch g Aldebaran (USA) - Ikat (IRE) (Pivotal (GB)) 3 Miblish (GB) 4 b c Teofilo (IRE) - Triton Dance (IRE) (Hector Protector (USA)) Age: 3-4; Starts: 6; Wins: 3; Places: 2 Earnings: £52,712 Sire: SHAMARDAL. Sire of 51 Stakes winners. In 2013 - DUNBOYNE EXPRESS Polish Precedent G1, MAYBE DISCREET Bluebird G1, PUISSANCE DE LUNE Unbridled’s Song G2, BALTIC BARONESS Sadler’s Wells G3, CAMEO A P Indy G3, MUKHADRAM Timber Country G3, NOBLE ALPHA Singspiel LR. 1st Dam: Magic Tree by Timber Country. ran once at 2. Dam of 3 winners: 2008: ENTIHAA (g Tiger Hill) Winner at 4. 2009: MUKHADRAM (c Shamardal) Sold 190,000gns foal at TADEF. 3 wins at 3 and 4, CantorFitzgerald Brigadier Gerard S G3. 2010: Woodland Aria (f Singspiel) Winner at 3, 3rd Tattersalls Musidora S G3. 2011: (c Nayef ) 2nd Dam: MOYESII by Diesis. 1 win at 3 in France. Dam of KIRKLEES (g Jade Robbery: Gran Criterium G1), MASTERY (c Sulamani: Ladbrokes St Leger S G1, Cathay Pacific Hong Kong Vase G1, 3rd Juddmonte Grand Prix de Paris G1) Broodmare Sire: TIMBER COUNTRY. Sire of the dams of 6 Stakes winners. In 2013 - SWEET IDEA Snitzel G2, MUKHADRAM Shamardal G3, COPANO RICKEY Gold Allure LR, FONTELINA Testa Rossa LR.

191 - Gerling Preis, G2, Cologne, May 30, 2400m 1 Girolamo (GER) 4 b c Dai Jin (GB) Golden Time (GER) (Surumu (GER)) 2 Runaway (GER) 6 b c Slickly (FR) - Rain Lily (IRE) (Red Ransom (USA)) 3 Wilddrossel (GER) 4 b f Dalakhani (IRE) - Wild Side (GER) (Sternkoenig (IRE)) Age: 3-4; Starts: 9; Wins: 2; Places: 4 Earnings: £146,966 Sire: DAI JIN. Sire of 7 Stakes winners. In 2013 - GIROLAMO Surumu G2, PONT ALEXANDRE Kahyasi LR. 1st Dam: Golden Time by Surumu. 2 wins, 2nd Frankenheim Alt Pokal LR. Dam of 8 winners: 1997: GESPIELIN (f Greinton) 5 wins at 3 and 5 in Italy. Broodmare. 2000: GRAND PLACE (f Law Society) Winner at 2 in Germany. 2001: Georgienna (f Baryshnikov) 2002: GRANTSVILLE (f Trempolino) 5 wins, Japan Racing Association Trophy LR. 2004: GO EAST (f Highest Honor) 4 wins at 3 in Germany, Italy, Premio Giovanni Falck LR, Japan Racing Association Trophy LR. Broodmare. 2005: GOOSE BAY (f Groom Dancer) 3 wins at 2 and 3 in Germany, Italy, Oaks d’Italia G2. 2007: GUANGZHOU (f Konigstiger) 2 wins at 4 in Germany. 2008: GEREON (c Next Desert) 4 wins at 2 and 4 in Germany, Herzog von Ratibor Rennen G3, 2nd Bayerische Hausbau Grosse Europa Meile G2, Mehl-Mulhens Rennen (2000 Guineas) G2. 2009: GIROLAMO (c Dai Jin) 2 wins at 3 in Germany, Preis von Europa G1, Gerling Preis G2, 3rd Sparda Deutsches Derby G1, Iffezheimer Derby-Trial LR. 2011: Giant’s Cauldron (c Peintre Celebre) unraced to date. 2012: Graasten (c Sholokhov) 2nd Dam: GAUKELSPIELERIN by Windwurf. 1 win in West Germany. Dam of Golden Time (f Surumu, see above) Broodmare Sire: SURUMU. Sire of the dams of 87 Stakes winners. In 2013 -

GIROLAMO Dai Jin G2. The Dai Jin/Surumu cross has produced: GIROLAMO G1, Lindentree G2.

Nureyev Peintre Celebre Peinture Bleue DAI JIN b 2000 Shirley Heights Dawlah Urjwan GIROLAMO b c 2009 Literat Surumu Surama GOLDEN TIME ch 91 Windwurf Gaukelspielerin Gaukelei

192 - Investec Princess Elizabeth Stakes, G3, Epsom Downs, May 31, 8f 110yds 1 Thistle Bird (GB) 5 b f Selkirk (USA) Dolma (FR) (Marchand de Sable (USA)) 2 Gifted Girl (IRE) 4 b f Azamour (IRE) Hoodwink (IRE) (Selkirk (USA)) 3 Ladys First (GB) 4 b f Dutch Art (GB) Like A Dame (GB) (Danehill (USA)) Age: 3-5; Starts: 13; Wins: 6; Places: 5 Earnings: £136,873 Sire: SELKIRK. Sire of 92 Stakes winners. In 2013 - THISTLE BIRD Marchand de Sable G3, CAPONATA Dansili LR. 1st Dam: DOLMA by Marchand de Sable. 6 wins at 2 and 3 in France, Prix Amandine LR, Prix Isola Bella LR, Prix Sigy LR, 3rd Prix Maurice de Gheest G1. Dam of 2 winners: 2007: The Kidnapper (g Red Ransom) unraced. 2008: THISTLE BIRD (f Selkirk) 6 wins at 3 to 5, Investec Princess Elizabeth S G3, Woodcote Stud EBF Valiant S LR, Betfred Superior Mile LR, Betfred the Bonus King Midsummer S LR, 2nd Betfair Celebration Mile G2, Mawatheeq Rosemary S LR, 3rd Qatar Bloodstock Dahlia S G3. 2009: Dogstar (f Nayef ) unraced. 2010: DON MARCO (g Choisir) Winner at 2. 2011: Old Guard (c Notnowcato) unraced to date. 2012: McCreery (c Big Bad Bob) 2nd Dam: Young Manila by Manila. 4 wins at 3 and 5 in France, 3rd Prix Edellic LR. Dam of DOLMA (f Marchand de Sable, see above) Broodmare Sire: MARCHAND DE SABLE. Sire of the dams of 5 Stakes winners. In 2013 - THISTLE BIRD Selkirk G3.

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international database Atan Sharpen Up Rocchetta SELKIRK ch 88 Nebbiolo Annie Edge Friendly Court THISTLE BIRD b f 2008 Theatrical Marchand de Sable Mercantile DOLMA b 2001 Manila Young Manila Young Hostess

193 - Investec Oaks Stakes, G1, Epsom Downs, May 31, 12f 1 Talent (GB) 3 ch f New Approach (IRE) - Prowess (IRE) (Peintre Celebre (USA)) 2 Secret Gesture (GB) 3 b f Galileo (IRE) Shastye (IRE) (Danehill (USA)) 3 The Lark (GB) 3 ch f Pivotal (GB) - Gull Wing (IRE) (In The Wings) Age: 2-3; Starts: 4; Wins: 3; Places: 1 Earnings: £270,686 Sire: NEW APPROACH. Sire of 6 Stakes winners. In 2013 - DAWN APPROACH Phone Trick G1, TALENT Peintre Celebre G1, LIBERTARIAN Darshaan G2, MONTSEGUR Flying Spur G3. 1st Dam: Prowess by Peintre Celebre. Winner at 3, 3rd Weatherbys Bank Cheshire Oaks LR. Dam of 2 winners: 2008: Skilful (g Selkirk) 3 wins at 3 and 4, 2nd Sky Bet Royal Windsor S LR. 2010: TALENT (f New Approach) 3 wins at 2 and 3, Investec Oaks S G1, Tweenhills Pretty Polly S LR. 2011: Much Promise (f Invincible Spirit) unraced to date. 2012: (f New Approach) 2nd Dam: YAWL by Rainbow Quest. 2 wins at 2 Rockfel S G3. Dam of Prowess (f Peintre Celebre, see above), Genoa (f Zafonic: 2nd Newbury Fillies’ Trial S LR), Clipper (f Salse: 3rd R L Davison Pretty Polly S LR). Grandam of MISTER TEE, BRINDISI, La Spezia, TORPHICHEN, Mastman. Broodmare Sire: PEINTRE CELEBRE. Sire of the dams of 20 Stakes winners. In 2013 - TALENT New Approach G1, NYMPHEA Dylan Thomas LR.

194 - Investec Diomed Stakes, G3, Epsom Downs, May 31, 8f 110yds 1 Gregorian (IRE) 4 gr c Clodovil (IRE) Three Days In May (GB) (Cadeaux Genereux) 2 Penitent (GB) 7 b g Kyllachy (GB) Pious (GB) (Bishop of Cashel (GB)) 3 Gabrial (IRE) 4 b g Dark Angel (IRE) Guajira (FR) (Mtoto)

1 St Nicholas Abbey (IRE) 6 b c Montjeu (IRE) - Leaping Water (GB) (Sure Blade (USA)) 2 Dunaden (FR) 7 b c Nicobar (GB) - La Marlia (FR) (Kaldounevees (FR)) 3 Joshua Tree (IRE) 6 b c Montjeu (IRE) Madeira Mist (IRE) (Grand Lodge (USA))

Age: 2-4; Starts: 13; Wins: 4; Places: 4 Earnings: £181,523

Age: 2-6; Starts: 23; Wins: 9; Places: 11 Earnings: £5,624,139

Sire: CLODOVIL. Sire of 12 Stakes winners. In 2013 - GREGORIAN Cadeaux Genereux G3, MORIARTY Criminal Type LR.

Sire: MONTJEU. Sire of 119 Stakes winners. In 2013 - ST NICHOLAS ABBEY Sure Blade G1, CAMELOT Kingmambo G3, LEADING LIGHT Gone West G3, MOUNT ATHOS Slip Anchor G3, ARGOCAT Giant’s Causeway LR, FIRST AVENUE Machiavellian LR, HURRICANE FLY Kenmare LR, PRIVATE TREASURE Woodman LR.

1st Dam: THREE DAYS IN MAY by Cadeaux Genereux. Winner at 3. Dam of 2 winners: 2005: (c Fraam) 2006: Pete’s Passion (f Rock of Gibraltar) ran twice. Broodmare. 2007: KALAM DALEEL (c Clodovil) Winner at 2. 2009: GREGORIAN (c Clodovil) Sold 85,000gns yearling at TAOC1. 4 wins at 2 to 4, Investec Diomed S G3, 2nd Prix Jean Prat G1, Pertemps NetworkSpring Trophy S LR, 3rd St James’s Palace S G1. 2011: Manderley (f Clodovil) 2012: (c Thousand Words) 2nd Dam: CORN FUTURES by Nomination. 1 win at 2. Dam of BALMONT MAST (g Balmont: Mercury S LR, 2nd Gulf News Dubai Golden Shaheen S G1), Crazee Mental (f Magic Ring: 2nd Shadwell Stud Cheveley Park S G1), Siena Gold (f Key of Luck: 3rd EBF Bosra Sham Fillies’ S LR). Grandam of PREMIO LOCO, SIRCE. Broodmare Sire: CADEAUX GENEREUX. Sire of the dams of 41 Stakes winners. In 2013 - GREGORIAN Clodovil G3, HOARDING Elusive Quality LR, REWARDED Motivator LR, ROCK MY HEART Sholokhov LR, CATMOVES Medicean LR. The Clodovil/Cadeaux Genereux cross has produced: GREGORIAN G1, ROCK MY SOUL G3.

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Danzig

Galileo Urban Sea NEW APPROACH ch 2005 Ahonoora Park Express Matcher TALENT ch f 2010 Nureyev Peintre Celebre Peinture Bleue PROWESS ch 2003 Rainbow Quest Yawl Bireme

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Danehill Razyana CLODOVIL gr 2000 Linamix Clodora Cloche d’Or GREGORIAN gr c 2009 Young Generation Cadeaux Genereux Smarten Up THREE DAYS IN MAY b 99 Nomination Corn Futures Hay Reef

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1st Dam: Leaping Water by Sure Blade. unraced. Dam of 4 winners: 1995: MEKLAND (c Pips Pride). 2 wins at 2 and 3 in Italy, ,died at 3 years. 1996: (f Pips Pride). died. 1997: Daylily (f Pips Pride). Broodmare. 1998: GRAMMARIAN (g Definite Article) 4 wins at 3 and 4 in USA, San Gabriel H G2, Sunset H G2, 2nd Hollywood Turf Cup S G1. 1999: Way Out of Bounds (f Boundary) unraced. Broodmare. 2000: (c King of Kings). died. 2001: Esher (f King of Kings) unraced. Broodmare. 2004: Highwater Dancer (f Sadler’s Wells) unraced. Broodmare. 2005: (f Sadler’s Wells). died as a foal. 2006: CASCATA (f Montjeu) Winner at 2. Broodmare. 2007: ST NICHOLAS ABBEY (c Montjeu) Sold 200,000gns yearling at TAOC1. Champion 2yr old in Europe in 2009. 9 wins at 2 to 6, 2013 at home, UAE, USA, Investec Coronation Cup G1 (3 times), Racing Post Trophy G1, Emirates Airlines Breeders’ Cup Turf G1, Longines Dubai Sheema Classic G1, Juddmonte Beresford S G2, Boodles Diamond Ormonde S G3, 2nd Longines Dubai Sheema Classic G1, High Chaparral EBF Mooresbridge S G3, 3rd Juddmonte International S G1, Red Mills Irish Champion S G1, King George VI & Queen Elizabeth S G1 (twice), Breeders’ Cup Turf G1, Qatar Prix Foy G2, geegeez.co.uk Alleged S LR. 2nd Dam: FLAMENCO WAVE by Desert Wine. 2 wins at 2 Moyglare Stud S G1. Dam of BALLINGARRY (c Sadler’s Wells: Criterium de Saint-Cloud G1, Canadian International S G1, 2nd Derby Italiano G1, 3rd Budweiser Irish Derby G1, Jefferson Smurfit Mem. Irish St Leger G1), STARBOROUGH (c Soviet

Star: St James’s Palace S G1, P. Abu Dhabi Airport Duty Free Jean Prat G1, 2nd Sussex S G1), ARISTOTLE (c Sadler’s Wells: Racing Post Trophy G1), SPANISH FALLS (f Belmez: Prix de Royaumont G3, 3rd Prix de Malleret G2), FATHER SKY (g Dancing Brave: St Modwen Classic Novices’ Hurdle LR). Grandam of ANNABELLE’S CHARM, Purple Sage. Broodmare Sire: SURE BLADE. Sire of the dams of 14 Stakes winners. In 2013 - ST NICHOLAS ABBEY Montjeu G1.

Northern Dancer Sadler’s Wells Fairy Bridge MONTJEU b 96 Top Ville Floripedes Toute Cy ST NICHOLAS ABBEY b c 2007 Kris Sure Blade Double Lock LEAPING WATER ch 90 Desert Wine Flamenco Wave Armada Way

196 - Prix du Palais Royal, G3, Longchamp, June 1, 1400m 1 Pearl Flute (IRE) 3 b c Piccolo (GB) Secret Melody (FR) (Inchinor (GB)) 2 Tulips (IRE) 4 b f Pivotal (GB) - Hint of Spring (GB) (Seeking The Gold (USA)) 3 Pollyana (IRE) 4 b f Whipper (USA) Shamah (GB) (Unfuwain (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 9; Wins: 3; Places: 3 Earnings: £127,770 Sire: PICCOLO. Sire of 19 Stakes winners. In 2013 - PEARL FLUTE Inchinor G3. 1st Dam: SECRET MELODY by Inchinor. 4 wins at 2 and 3 in France, Germany, Oppenheim Stuten Meile G3. Dam of 3 winners: 2006: Scarley Secret (f Royal Applause). Broodmare. 2007: SNOW SPIRIT (f Verglas) 5 wins at 3 and 4 in France. 2008: LEGENDARY GLORY (f Halling) 2 wins at 3 in France. 2010: PEARL FLUTE (c Piccolo) Sold 34,482gns yearling at AROCT, 33,333gns 2yo at ARMAY, 301,587gns 2yo at ARARC. 3 wins at 2 and 3 in France, Prix des Chenes G3, Prix du Palais Royal G3, Prix Yacowlef LR, 3rd Premio Gran Criterium G1, Prix de Cabourg Jockey Club de Turquie G3, Prix La Rochette G3. 2011: (f Lawman) 2012: (c Moss Vale) 2nd Dam: Secret Music by Dixieland Band. unraced. Dam of SECRET MELODY (f Inchinor, see above)


international database Broodmare Sire: INCHINOR. Sire of the dams of 16 Stakes winners. In 2013 - FELICIAN Motivator G3, PEARL FLUTE Piccolo G3, DOMINANT Cacique LR, FENCING Street Cry LR.

Known Fact Warning Slightly Dangerous PICCOLO b 91 Whistling Wind Woodwind Garden Green PEARL FLUTE b c 2010 Ahonoora Inchinor Inchmurrin SECRET MELODY b 2001 Dixieland Band Secret Music Secret Form

197 - Investec Derby Stakes, G1, Epsom Downs, June 1, 12f 1 Ruler of The World (IRE) 3 ch c Galileo (IRE) - Love Me True (USA) (Kingmambo (USA)) 2 Libertarian (GB) 3 b c New Approach (IRE) - Intrum Morshaan (IRE) (Darshaan) 3 Galileo Rock (IRE) 3 ch c Galileo (IRE) Grecian Bride (IRE) (Groom Dancer (USA)) Age: 3; Starts: 3; Wins: 3; Places: 0 Earnings: £825,035 Sire: GALILEO. Sire of 137 Stakes winners. In 2013 - INTELLO Danehill G1, MAGICIAN Mozart G1, RULER OF THE WORLD Kingmambo G1, BATTLE OF MARENGO Green Desert G2, ALTANO Lando G3, LINTON Centaine G3, ROMANTICA Danehill G3, NOBLE MISSION Danehill LR, SECRET GESTURE Danehill LR, CELESTIAL HALO High Top LR. 1st Dam: Love Me True by Kingmambo. Winner at 3, 3rd Killavullan S G3. Own sister to Black Mambo. Dam of 5 winners: 2003: Mystification (c Danehill) unraced. 2004: DUKE OF MARMALADE (c Danehill) Champion older horse in Europe in 2008. 6 wins at 2 and 4 at home, France, Tattersalls Gold Cup G1, Juddmonte International S G1, King George VI & Queen Elizabeth S G1, Prince of Wales’s S G1, Prix Ganay Anniversaire Air Mauritius G1, 2nd Tatts Millions Irish Champion S G1, St James’s Palace S G1, 3rd Queen Elizabeth II S G1. Sire. 2005: SOINLOVEWITHYOU (f Sadler’s Wells) Winner at 2. Broodmare. 2006: Storm Finch (c Storm Cat) unraced. 2007: Countess Lemonade (f Storm Cat) 2 wins at 3 in France, 2nd

Prix des Lilas LR, 3rd Athenia S G3. 2008: LOOKING LOVELY (f Storm Cat) Winner at 2. Broodmare. 2010: RULER OF THE WORLD (c Galileo) 3 wins at 3, Investec Derby S G1, MBNA Chester Vase G3. 2011: (c Montjeu) 2012: (c Galileo) 2nd Dam: Lassie’s Lady by Alydar. 2 wins at 3 and 4 in USA, 3rd Sonnenburg H. Dam of BITE THE BULLET (c Spectacular Bid: Sanford S G2, 3rd Arlington Washington Futurity G1), SHUAILAAN (c Roberto: Winter Hill S LR), Love Me True (f Kingmambo, see above), Black Mambo (c Kingmambo: 2nd Reappeal S). Grandam of MADISON’S CHARM, Pebble Island, Lieutenant Danz, Bees. Third dam of TRAVELIN MAN, DISCREET DANCER. Broodmare Sire: KINGMAMBO. Sire of the dams of 68 Stakes winners. In 2013 - RULER OF THE WORLD Galileo G1, SUPER COOL Fastnet Rock G1, CAMELOT Montjeu G3, GENERAL ELECTION Harlan’s Holiday G3, HOT SNAP Pivotal G3, KITTEN’S POINT Kitten’s Joy G3, OLYMPIC OWEN Jay Peg G3, SKY KINGDOM Empire Maker G3, WINNING CAUSE Giant’s Causeway G3, BEAUTY HARLAN Harlan’s Holiday LR, LILAS CORSAGE Brian’s Time LR. The Galileo/Kingmambo cross has produced: RULER OF THE WORLD G1, GEMSTONE G3, Brazilian Star G3.

Northern Dancer Sadler’s Wells Fairy Bridge GALILEO b 98 Miswaki Urban Sea Allegretta RULER OF THE WORLD ch c 2010 Mr Prospector Kingmambo Miesque LOVE ME TRUE ch 98 Alydar Lassie’s Lady Lassie Dear

198 - racebets.com German 1000 Guineas, G2, Dusseldorf, June 2, 1600m 1 Akua’da (GER) 3 b f Shamardal (USA) - Akua’ba (IRE) (Sadler’s Wells (USA)) 2 Calyxa (GB) 3 b f Pivotal (GB) - Chantra (GER) (Lando (GER)) 3 Senafe (GB) 3 b f Byron (GB) - Kiruna (GB) (Northern Park (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 4; Wins: 2; Places: 1 Earnings: £78,578 Sire: SHAMARDAL. Sire of 52 Stakes winners. In 2013 - DUNBOYNE EXPRESS Polish Precedent G1, MAYBE DISCREET Bluebird G1, AKUA’DA

Sadler’s Wells G2, PUISSANCE DE LUNE Unbridled’s Song G2, BALTIC BARONESS Sadler’s Wells G3, CAMEO A P Indy G3, MUKHADRAM Timber Country G3, NOBLE ALPHA Singspiel LR. 1st Dam: Akua’ba by Sadler’s Wells. 2 wins at 3 and 4, 2nd Glencairn S LR. Dam of 1 winner: 2010: AKUA’DA (f Shamardal) 2 wins at 2 and 3 in Germany, racebets.com German 1000 Guineas G2, 2nd RIU Preis der Winterkonigin Rennen G3. 2011: Akua’na (f Monsun) unraced to date. 2012: Akua’rill (f Tiger Hill) 2013: (f Monsun) 2nd Dam: GHANA by Lahib. 1 win at 3 in France. Dam of Akua’ba (f Sadler’s Wells, see above) Broodmare Sire: SADLER’S WELLS. Sire of the dams of 309 Stakes winners. In 2013 - RELIABLE MAN Dalakhani G1, AKUA’DA Shamardal G2, PEACE BURG Sageburg G2, TANNERY Dylan Thomas G2, BALTIC BARONESS Shamardal G3, ALIVE ALIVE OH Duke of Marmalade LR, DISCLAIMER Dansili LR, OCEAN AND BEYOND Kingsalsa LR, ORATORIO LATINO Oratorio LR, PAVLOSK Arch LR, RICH TAPESTRY Holy Roman Emperor LR, TESTOSTERONE Dansili LR, THE BROTHERS WAR War Front LR, VIRTUAL GAME Kheleyf LR, WELL ACQUAINTED Orientate LR, CAPTAIN CONAN Kingsalsa LR, OUR CONOR Jeremy LR, WANABA Anabaa LR. The Shamardal/Sadler’s Wells cross has produced: AKUA’DA G2, BALTIC BARONESS G3.

Storm Cat Giant’s Causeway Mariah’s Storm SHAMARDAL b 2002 Machiavellian Helsinki Helen Street AKUA’DA b f 2010 Northern Dancer Sadler’s Wells Fairy Bridge AKUA’BA b 2004 Lahib Ghana Land of Ivory

199 - Prix du Jockey Club, G1, Chantilly, June 2, 2000m 1 Intello (GER) 3 b c Galileo (IRE) Impressionnante (GB) (Danehill (USA)) 2 Morandi (FR) 3 gr c Holy Roman Emperor (IRE) - Vezina (FR) (Bering) 3 Sky Hunter (GB) 3 b c Motivator (GB) Pearl Kite (USA) (Silver Hawk (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 5; Wins: 4; Places: 1

Earnings: £793,089 Sire: GALILEO. Sire of 137 Stakes winners. In 2013 - INTELLO Danehill G1, MAGICIAN Mozart G1, RULER OF THE WORLD Kingmambo G1, BATTLE OF MARENGO Green Desert G2, ALTANO Lando G3, LINTON Centaine G3, ROMANTICA Danehill G3, NOBLE MISSION Danehill LR, SECRET GESTURE Danehill LR, CELESTIAL HALO High Top LR. 1st Dam: IMPRESSIONNANTE by Danehill. 3 wins at 2 and 3 in France, Prix de Sandringham- Mitsubishi Motors G2, 2nd Gainsborough Poule d’Essai des Pouliches G1, Prix d’Astarte G1. Dam of 1 winner: 2009: Intelleto (c Pivotal) 2010: INTELLO (c Galileo) 4 wins at 2 and 3 at home, France, Prix du Jockey Club G1, Ebm-papst Feilden S LR, 3rd Poule d’Essai des Poulains Le Parisien G1. 2011: No Mood (c Monsun) unraced to date. 2nd Dam: OCCUPANDISTE by Kaldoun. Champion older mare in France in 1997. 6 wins at 2 and 4 in France Prix de la Foret G1, Prix Maurice de Gheest G1. Dam of IMPRESSIONNANTE (f Danehill, see above), ONLY ANSWER (f Green Desert: Prix de Saint-Georges G3, Qatar Prix du Petit Couvert G3) Broodmare Sire: DANEHILL. Sire of the dams of 222 Stakes winners. In 2013 - FENOMENO Stay Gold G1, INTELLO Galileo G1, MORE THAN SACRED More Than Ready G1, RUUD AWAKENING Bernardini G1, FIX Iffraaj G2, MULAAZEM Dubai Destination G2, STAR OF GISELLE Reset G2, CUSTOM CUT Notnowcato G3, MOREISH More Than Ready G3, ROMANTIC MOON More Than Ready G3, ROMANTICA Galileo G3, SUGAR BOY Authorized G3, TREBLE JIG Gone West G3, GOLD SAND Footstepsinthesand LR, GOOD BABY Hussonet LR, JOLIE BLONDE Testa Rossa LR, NOBLE MISSION Galileo LR, READY TO RIP More Than Ready LR, SECRET GESTURE Galileo LR, STEINBECK Footstepsinthesand LR, UNDER THE EIFFEL Mossman LR, INISH ISLAND Trans Island LR. The Galileo/Danehill cross has produced: BANC DE FORTUNE G1, CIMA DE TRIOMPHE G1, CUIS GHAIRE G1, FRANKEL G1, GOLDEN LILAC G1, INTELLO G1, MAYBE G1, RODERIC O’CONNOR G1, SECRET GESTURE G1, TEOFILO G1, NOBLE MISSION G2, REEM G2, ROMANTICA G2, CRYSTAL GAL G3, LAGALP G3, SIDERA G3, MISS GALILEI LR, VIA GALILEI LR, Galileo’s Destiny G1, Gile Na Greine G1, Scintillula G1, The Assayer G1, Brightest G3, Claiomh Solais G3, Marksmanship G3, Acteur Celebre LR,

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Northern Dancer Sadler’s Wells Fairy Bridge GALILEO b 98 Miswaki Urban Sea Allegretta INTELLO b c 2010 Danzig Danehill Razyana IMPRESSIONNANTE b 2003 Kaldoun Occupandiste Only Seule

200 - Prix du Gros-Chene, G2, Chantilly, June 2, 1000m 1 Spirit Quartz (IRE) 5 b g Invincible Spirit (IRE) - Crystal Gaze (IRE) (Rainbow Quest (USA)) 2 Catcall (FR) 4 b g One Cool Cat (USA) Jurata (IRE) (Polish Precedent (USA)) 3 Gammarth (FR) 5 ch c Layman (USA) Emouna Queen (IRE) (Indian Ridge) Age: 3-5; Starts: 25; Wins: 6; Places: 12 Earnings: £271,345 Sire: INVINCIBLE SPIRIT. Sire of 65 Stakes winners. In 2013 - SPIRIT QUARTZ Rainbow Quest G2, SPIRIT SONG Kingston Rule G2, RAWAAQ Silver Hawk G3, TICKLED PINK Indian Ridge G3, EKTIHAAM King’s Best LR. 1st Dam: Crystal Gaze by Rainbow Quest. unraced. Dam of 4 winners: 2006: MADISON PARK (c Montjeu) Winner at 4 in Spain. 2007: CONTRARY (f Mark of Esteem) Winner at 2 in France. Broodmare. 2008: SPIRIT QUARTZ (g Invincible Spirit) Sold 105,000gns 2yo at TAAPR, 5,238gns 2yo at DNNOV. 6 wins at 3 and 5 at home, France, Italy, Prix du Gros-Chene G2, Premio Tudini G3, 2nd Coolmore Nunthorpe S G1, Gordon’s King George S G2, Multiplex Achilles S LR, Woodlands S LR, Blue Sqare Hever Sprint S LR, Premio Bersaglio LR, 3rd betfred.com Temple S G2, Gran Premio Citta’ di Napoli LR. 2009: CASPIAN PRINCE (c Dylan Thomas) 2 wins at 3 and 4 in France. 2011: (f Rock of Gibraltar) 2012: (f Rip Van Winkle) 2nd Dam: Jumilla by El Gran Senor. 1 win at 2, 2nd John Musker S LR. Own sister to WINTER QUARTERS. Dam of JONQUIL (c Machiavellian: Jebel Ali Mile LR), DESERT QUEST (g Rainbow Quest: Vincent O’Brien County H. Hurdle G3, 2nd 1Million Pound 10 To Follow Elite Hurdle G2, 3rd Stan James Christmas Hurdle G1), STOCKTONS WING (g Jeremy: Winning Fair Juvenile Hurdle G2). Grandam of AMADEUS.

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Broodmare Sire: RAINBOW QUEST. Sire of the dams of 153 Stakes winners. In 2013 - JAVA’S WAR War Pass G1, JUST THE JUDGE Lawman G1, GLEN’S DIAMOND Intikhab G2, SPIRIT QUARTZ Invincible Spirit G2, LAST TRAIN Rail Link G3, NAVAJO CHIEF King’s Best LR, AURORAS ENCORE Second Empire LR, CASCAVEL Dansili LR. The Invincible Spirit/Rainbow Quest cross has produced: SPIRIT QUARTZ G1, Zabarajad LR.

Danzig Green Desert Foreign Courier INVINCIBLE SPIRIT b 97 Kris Rafha Eljazzi SPIRIT QUARTZ b g 2008 Blushing Groom Rainbow Quest I Will Follow CRYSTAL GAZE ch 2001 El Gran Senor Jumilla Refill

201 - Prix de Sandringham, G2, Chantilly, June 2, 1600m 1 Peace Burg (FR) 3 b f Sageburg (IRE) Peace Talk (FR) (Sadler’s Wells (USA)) 2 Topaze Blanche (IRE) 3 b f Zamindar (USA) - Pearl Earrine (FR) (Kaldounevees (FR)) 3 Kenhope (FR) 3 b f Kendargent (FR) Bedford Hope (GER) (Chato (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 6; Wins: 4; Places: 1 Earnings: £131,398 Sire: SAGEBURG. Sire of 1 Stakes winners. In 2013 - PEACE BURG Sadler’s Wells G2. 1st Dam: Peace Talk by Sadler’s Wells. unraced. Own sister to PALME D’OR. Dam of 5 winners: 2001: Peace In Love (f Octagonal). Broodmare. 2002: PEACE FONIC (f Zafonic) Winner at 3 in France. Dam of PEACE OF OASIS (f Oasis Dream: 3 wins at 2 and 3 in France, Prix Rose de Mai LR) 2004: Peace Dream (f Linamix) 4 wins at 2 and 3 in France, 3rd Prix Occitanie LR. Dam of ROOTHAM TRIPLE E’S (f Weather Warning: 3 wins at 2 and 3 in Canada, Star Shoot S LR) 2005: Peace Lina (f Linamix) unraced. Broodmare. 2006: SILVER MOUNTAIN (c Linamix) 5 wins at 3 to 6, 2012 in France. Mahfal (g Dalakhani) 2008: 2009: PEACE TOUCH (f Muhtathir) 2 wins. 2010: PEACE BURG (f Sageburg) 4 wins at 2 and 3 in France, Prix de

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Sandringham G2, Prix d’Aumale G3. 2011: (f Sageburg) 2nd Dam: PAMPA BELLA by Armos. 3 wins at 2 and 3 in France Prix Penelope G3, 3rd Prix de Diane Hermes G1, Prix Saint-Alary G1. Dam of PISTOLET BLEU (c Top Ville: Criterium de Saint-Cloud G1, Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud G1, 2nd Prix Ganay G1, 3rd CIGA Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe G1), PALME D’OR (f Sadler’s Wells: Prix de Flore G3), Princeton (c Top Ville: 3rd Prix Alain du Breil 4yo Summer Hurdle LR). Third dam of Western Lady. Broodmare Sire: SADLER’S WELLS. Sire of the dams of 309 Stakes winners. In 2013 - RELIABLE MAN Dalakhani G1, AKUA’DA Shamardal G2, PEACE BURG Sageburg G2, TANNERY Dylan Thomas G2, BALTIC BARONESS Shamardal G3, ALIVE ALIVE OH Duke of Marmalade LR, DISCLAIMER Dansili LR, OCEAN AND BEYOND Kingsalsa LR, ORATORIO LATINO Oratorio LR, PAVLOSK Arch LR, RICH TAPESTRY Holy Roman Emperor LR, TESTOSTERONE Dansili LR, THE BROTHERS WAR War Front LR, VIRTUAL GAME Kheleyf LR, WELL ACQUAINTED Orientate LR, CAPTAIN CONAN Kingsalsa LR, OUR CONOR Jeremy LR, WANABA Anabaa LR.

Hennessy Johannesburg Myth SAGEBURG gr 2004 Linamix Sage Et Jolie Saganeca PEACE BURG b f 2010 Northern Dancer Sadler’s Wells Fairy Bridge PEACE TALK b 96 Armos Pampa Bella Kendie

202 - Prix de Royaumont, G3, Chantilly, June 2, 2400m 1 Eleuthera (FR) 3 ch f Spirit One (FR) Class A Fair (FR) (Shining Steel) 2 Orion Love (GB) 3 ch f Zamindar (USA) - Okocha (GER) (Platini (GER)) 3 Dance In The Park (FR) 3 b f Walk In The Park (IRE) - Danse d’Amour (GB) (Dansili (GB)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 16; Wins: 3; Places: 6 Earnings: £89,147 Sire: SPIRIT ONE. Sire of 1 Stakes winners. In 2013 - ELEUTHERA Shining Steel G3. 1st Dam: CLASS A FAIR by Shining Steel. Winner at 2 in France. Dam of 1 winner: 2004: King Class (c Kingsalsa)

2006: Chichina (f Chichicastenango) unraced. 2007: (f Chichicastenango) 2008: Prince Ethan (c Chichicastenango) unraced. 2009: Shining Class (f Chichicastenango) unraced. 2010: ELEUTHERA (f Spirit One) 3 wins at 2 and 3 in France, Prix de Royaumont G3, 3rd Prix Cleopatre G3. Broodmare Sire: SHINING STEEL. Sire of the dams of 8 Stakes winners. In 2013 - ELEUTHERA Spirit One G3, STEEL CAT Mountain Cat LR.

Anabaa Anabaa Blue Allez Les Trois SPIRIT ONE b 2004 Sicyos Lavayssiere La Clouere ELEUTHERA ch f 2010 Kris Shining Steel Lady Moon CLASS A FAIR b 97 General Holme Natalia Fair Vanila Fudge

203 - Grand Prix de Chantilly, G2, Chantilly, June 2, 2400m 1 Now We Can (GB) 4 b c Martillo (GER) - Notre Dame (GER) (Acatenango (GER)) 2 Haya Landa (FR) 5 b f Lando (GER) Haya Samma (IRE) (Pivotal (GB)) 3 Remus de La Tour (FR) 4 b c Stormy River (FR) - Calithea (IRE) (Marju (IRE)) Age: 3-4; Starts: 6; Wins: 5; Places: 0 Earnings: £114,847 Sire: MARTILLO. Sire of 4 Stakes winners. In 2013 - NOW WE CAN Acatenango G2. 1st Dam: NOTRE DAME by Acatenango. 3 wins at 3 in Germany. Own sister to NOEL. Dam of 7 winners: 2002: NOWADAY (g Dashing Blade) Winner at 3. 2003: NOW THE TIGER (g Tiger Hill) 4 wins at 2, 4 and 6 in France. 2004: Now Again (f Lomitas) 4 wins at 3 and 4 in Germany, 2nd Grosser Preis des Hannover Airport LR. Broodmare. 2005: Now Forever (f Tiger Hill) Winner at 3 in Germany, 2nd Preis der BHF Bank LR. Broodmare. 2006: NOTA BENE (f Slickly) 2 wins at 3 in France. Broodmare. 2008: NEUMARK (f High Chaparral) 3 wins. 2009: NOW WE CAN (c Martillo) 5 wins at 3 and 4 in France, Grand Prix de Chantilly G2, Prix Lord Seymour LR. 2010: Nobility (f Three Valleys) in training. 2013: Nessun Dorma (f Lawman) 2nd Dam: Noble Princesse by


international database Windwurf. 1 win in West Germany, 2nd Dortmunder Stutenpreis LR. Own sister to NOBLE ROI and NOUVEAU ROI. Dam of NOROIT (c Monsun: Europachampionat-Frankfurter Sparkasse G2, 2nd G.Dallmayr-Preis Bayerisches Zuchtrennen G1, 3rd Grosser Preis von Baden G1, Deutsche Post Euro Express Europa Preis G1), NOEL (c Acatenango: Premio Federico Tesio G3, 2nd Premio Carlo d’Alessio G2), Nobliau (c Kahyasi: 2nd Corsa Siepi di Pisa H. Hurdle LR, 3rd Gran Corsa di Siepi di Roma Hurdle G1, Gran Corsa di Siepi di Milano Hurdle G1) Broodmare Sire: ACATENANGO. Sire of the dams of 48 Stakes winners. In 2013 - ANIMAL KINGDOM Leroidesanimaux G1, NOW WE CAN Martillo G2.

Danzig Anabaa Balbonella MARTILLO b 2000 Affirmed Maltage Analisa NOW WE CAN b c 2009 Surumu Acatenango Aggravate NOTRE DAME ch 96 Windwurf Noble Princesse Nagaika

204 - Timeform Jury John of Gaunt Stakes, G3, Haydock Park, June 8, 7f 1 Amarillo (IRE) 4 b c Holy Roman Emperor (IRE) - Alte Kunst (IRE) (Royal Academy (USA)) 2 Pastoral Player (GB) 6 b g Pastoral Pursuits (GB) - Copy-Cat (GB) (Lion Cavern (USA)) 3 Red Jazz (USA) 6 b c Johannesburg (USA) - Now That’s Jazz (USA) (Sword Dance) Age: 2-4; Starts: 13; Wins: 3; Places: 8 Earnings: £156,542 Sire: HOLY ROMAN EMPEROR. Sire of 27 Stakes winners. In 2013 - AMARILLO Royal Academy G3, MAUREEN Linamix G3, VICTORY LAUREL Fasliyev G3, CHARLES THE GREAT Barathea LR, HOLY WARRIOR Stephen Got Even LR, OCTAVIA Brocco LR, RICH TAPESTRY Sadler’s Wells LR, SMARTYS EMPERORESS Smile LR. 1st Dam: Alte Kunst by Royal Academy. 3 wins at 2 and 3 in Germany, 3rd Preis von Koln LR. Dam of 8 winners: 1999: Art Antique (f Darshaan) Winner at 3 in Germany, 2nd Furstenberg-Rennen G3. 2000: Antique Rose (f Desert King) 2 wins at 3 in Germany, 2nd Frankfurter der Mehl Mulhens Stiftung LR. Broodmare. 2001: ALTE ROSE (f Monsun) 5

wins at 3 and 4 in France, Germany. Broodmare. 2002: Alter Lord (c Winged Love) unraced. 2003: Alter Kunstler (c Monsun) unraced. 2004: AMADEUS (c Monsun) 2 wins at 3 and 4 in France, Germany. 2006: ALAKHAN (g Dalakhani) 2 wins at 3 and 5. 2007: ASLANA (f Rock of Gibraltar) 4 wins at 2 to 4 in Germany, Grosser Preis de VGH Versicherungen G3. 2008: ALMROSE (f Holy Roman Emperor) Winner at 3 in Germany. 2009: AMARILLO (c Holy Roman Emperor) 3 wins at 2 to 4 at home, Germany, Timeform Jury John of Gaunt S G3, racebets.com Preis der Dreijahrigen LR, 2nd Premio Vittorio di Capua G1, Mehl-Mulhens Rennen (2000 Guineas) G2, Lando Preis des Winterfavoriten G3, Grosser Preis de VGH Versicherungen G3, 3rd Grosser Preis vom Audi Zentrum Hannover G2, Oppenheim-Rennen LR. 2nd Dam: ALTE ZEIT by Surumu. Champion 2yr old filly in Germany in 1987, Champion 3yr old filly in Germany in 1988. 5 wins at 2 and 3 in West Germany Preis der Diana Deutsches Stuten Derby G2, ARAG Schwarzgold-Rennen (1000 Guineas) G2, 2nd Holsten Cup Deutsches Derby G1. Dam of ALTER ADEL (c Konigsstuhl: Jean Harzheim Rennen LR, 3rd Zanders Union-Rennen G2), Alte Kunst (f Royal Academy, see above). Grandam of Red Kiss. Broodmare Sire: ROYAL ACADEMY. Sire of the dams of 116 Stakes winners. In 2013 - NASHVILLE Darci Brahma G1, ANA LUISA Elusive Quality G2, SUMMER APPLAUSE Harlan’s Holiday G2, TWILIGHT ROYALE Testa Rossa G2, AMARILLO Holy Roman Emperor G3, COFFEE CLIQUE Medaglia d’Oro G3, HITCHENS Acclamation G3, VIVI VELOCE More Than Ready G3, GUEST OF HONOUR Cape Cross LR, VERMEER Noverre LR, WIRE TO WIRE Observatory LR.

Danzig Danehill Razyana HOLY ROMAN EMPEROR b 2004 Secretariat L’On Vite Fanfreluche AMARILLO b c 2009 Nijinsky Royal Academy Crimson Saint ALTE KUNST ch 94 Surumu Alte Zeit Alte Welt

205 - BetVictor Pinnacle Stakes, G3, Haydock Park, June 8, 11f 110yds 1 Moment In Time (IRE) 4 b f Tiger Hill

(IRE) - Horatia (IRE) (Machiavellian (USA)) 2 Nymphea (IRE) 4 ch f Dylan Thomas (IRE) - Neele (IRE) (Peintre Celebre (USA)) 3 Ambivalent (IRE) 4 b f Authorized (IRE) - Darrery (GB) (Darshaan) Age: 2-4; Starts: 11; Wins: 4; Places: 4 Earnings: £54,066 Sire: TIGER HILL. Sire of 47 Stakes winners. In 2013 - MOMENT IN TIME Machiavellian G3. 1st Dam: HORATIA by Machiavellian. 4 wins at 3 and 4 at home, USA, Vinery Matchmaker S G3, 3rd Long Island H G2. Dam of 3 winners: 2002: MUZDAHER (c Danzig) 5 wins. 2003: Valerie (f Sadler’s Wells) ran a few times. Broodmare. 2004: Venoge (f Green Desert) unraced. Broodmare. 2006: Annesley (f Sadler’s Wells) unraced. Broodmare. 2007: Fontley (f Sadler’s Wells) 4 wins, 2nd Fortune S LR, Weatherbys Insurance Pipalong S LR, The Coral Distaff LR. 2008: Fine Art Dealer (c Oasis Dream) ran once. 2009: MOMENT IN TIME (f Tiger Hill) Sold 30,000gns yearling at TAOC1. 4 wins at 3 and 4, BetVictor Pinnacle S G3, 3rd Tapster S LR. 2011: (f Nayef ) 2012: (c New Approach) 2nd Dam: Ahead by Shirley Heights. 1 win at 3, 2nd Godolphin S LR, 3rd Princess Royal S G3, 3rd La Prevoyante Invitational H G2. Own sister to CRIQUETTE. Dam of OPINION POLL (c Halling: Artemis Goodwood Cup G2, Weatherbys Insurance Lonsdale Cup G2 (twice), 2nd Ascot Gold Cup G1 (twice), 3rd Prix Royal-Oak G1), HORATIA (f Machiavellian, see above), Smart Alec (g Diesis: 2nd Earl of Sefton S G3, 2nd P. Univers de Dirickx-P du Point du Jour LR, Prix Jacques Bremont LR), Winsome (f Kris: 2nd Prix Petite Etoile LR), Isadora (f Sadler’s Wells: 2nd Sodexo Harvest S LR, 2nd Premio Giovanni Falck LR), Capitano Corelli (c Sadler’s Wells: 2nd Premio Federico Tesio G3). Grandam of Impressionism. Broodmare Sire: MACHIAVELLIAN. Sire of the dams of 86 Stakes winners. In 2013 - VERXINA Deep Impact G1, MOMENT IN TIME Tiger Hill G3, SACHA Keeper LR, FIRST AVENUE Montjeu LR.

Danzig Danehill Razyana TIGER HILL b 95 Appiani II The Filly Tigress Silver MOMENT IN TIME b f 2009 Mr Prospector Machiavellian Coup de Folie HORATIA b 96 Shirley Heights Ahead Ghislaine

206 - Prix Paul de Moussac, G3, Chantilly, June 8, 1600m 1 Anodin (IRE) 3 b c Anabaa (USA) Born Gold (USA) (Blushing Groom (FR)) 2 San Marino Grey (FR) 3 gr c Clodovil (IRE) - Montagne Magique (IRE) (King’s Best (USA)) 3 Gengis (FR) 3 b c King’s Best (USA) Ashiyna (IRE) (Green Desert (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 5; Wins: 2; Places: 2 Earnings: £54,341 Sire: ANABAA. Sire of 87 Stakes winners. In 2013 - STYLE VENDOME Dr Fong G1, ANODIN Blushing Groom G3, KUTCHINSKY Zabeel LR, WANABA Sadler’s Wells LR. 1st Dam: BORN GOLD by Blushing Groom. Winner at 4 in France. Own sister to GOLD SPLASH. Dam of 12 winners: 1996: GLAMADOUR (f Sanglamore) Winner at 3 in France. Broodmare. 1997: GOLD ROUND (f Caerleon) 3 wins at 2 and 3 in France, Prix Cleopatre G3. Dam of GOLDWAKI (c Dalakhani: 4 wins at 3 in France, Prix du Lys G3), SPECTACULAIRE (c Spectrum: 8 wins in France, Prix Right Royal LR) 1998: Born Something (f Caerleon) 4 wins at 2, 4 and 5 in France, USA, 2nd West Virginia Senate President’s Cup S LR, 3rd Prix de la Grotte G3. Dam of Tarbawi (g Anabaa: 3rd Shahrazad Ladies Banking Meydan Classic LR) 1999: DEMONIOUS (g Dr Devious) 7 wins at 4 to 8 in France. 2000: SUPERFONIC (f Zafonic) Winner at 3 in France. Broodmare. 2001: Red Tune (g Green Tune) 3 wins at 3, 6 and 7 in France, 2nd Prix de Guiche G3. 2002: GOLD SOUND (g Green Tune) 11 wins in France, USA, Prix de Guiche G3, 2nd Prix Noailles G2. 2004: NEARTICA (f Sadler’s Wells) Winner at 3 in France. Broodmare. 2005: GOLDIKOVA (f Anabaa) Champion older mare in Europe in 2009, 2010 & 2011. 17 wins at 2 to 6 at home, France, USA, Etihad Airways Falmouth S G1, Queen Anne S G1, Prix Rothschild G1 (4 times), Qatar Prix de la

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