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MAY-JUNE 2015

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Moments in history American Pharoah delights a nation with his Triple Crown triumph

ART FEATURE 2015

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Ronnie Arculli

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Classic action and Royal Ascot review

the pedigrees and stallions achieving glory


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Dansili - leading active sire by winners at Royal Ascot Kingman - winner of St James’s Palace Stakes Gr.1 Dansili - leading sire by winners at Royal Ascot Oasis Dream - sired his third winner of the Jersey Stakes Gr.3 in six years Dansili - leading sire by prize money at Royal Ascot Frankel - winner of Queen Anne Stakes Gr.1 by 11 lengths Frankel - winner of St James’s Palace Stakes Gr.1

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THE NET EFFECT OF ALL OF THIS? What British Breeders need to know if sending mares to Ireland this Spring

Uncertainty on world financial markets means that Sterling’s as strong as it has been for seven years against the Euro, making Irishbased stallions better value than ever to British breeders.

Covering fees of Irish-based stallions have fallen by 10% since the December Sales. This seismic shift has been caused not by any issue within the bloodstock industry but by the larger problem of the continuing downward spiral of the European single currency against Sterling.

Don’t just take our word for it – have you noticed how Coolmore’s recent advertisements have emphasised the advantageous Sterling equivalent of their stallions’ Euro stud fees? And when did John Magnier’s marketing men last make a mistake?

At the beginning of the December Sales in Newmarket, £1 would have bought €1.25. Into March, £1 is worth €1.38, an increase of 10% in your favour, driven by Greek uncertainty, politicians and widespread financial market negativity about the Eurozone’s problems. In real terms, €100,000 of 2015 covering fees have fallen in cost to British breeders by £7,500 in just 100 days. Needless to say, this has not happened before. Nor is this an isolated blip on the graph: compared to a year ago, when £1 was worth €1.19, €100,000 now costs you £11,000 less.

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them then we promise you a straightforward and common-sense conversation. We definitely won’t make you feel, in the words of legendary American trainer Charlie Whittingham, “as confused as the little boy who lost his chewing gum in the chicken coop”. Covering fees are one of the biggest costs of your bloodstock investment, and a eleven grand discount always helps. We’ll help you make the right decisions for your stallion fees in 2015.

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First word

Paul Haigh was impressed on all levels by a fabulous Royal Ascot

13 News

Our photographer Trevor Jones retires, Philip Mitchell of Juddmonte annouces his retirement, Qipco pours £50 million into British racing, and Ted Voute enjoys Royal Ascot 2015

18 It’s all down to breeding

Alan Porter takes a look at the pedigrees and stallions which hit the heights at Royal Ascot

28 Gleneagles: the ultimate stallion’s pedigree

Alan Porter reviews this season’s early European Classics and is impressed by the new Coolmore star

39 La Reine Treve

The conquering filly has made the perfect start to her 2015 campaign and her bid for a third Arc triumph

42 The new AP

American Pharoah becomes the 12th US Triple Crown winner and the first for 37 years

49 The ups and downs of British racehorse owners

We take a “numbers” look at the trends in British racehorse ownership

60 Art market flying high

Sales records are once again being broken in the art world

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81 Mare of the month

Mooakada: dam of Mahsoob

85 The database

Pedigrees complied by Weatherbys

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An Australian princess meets an equine prince

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Leading equine artist Hubert de Watrigant has been at the top of his profession for years, but still he finds exhibition opening nights a nerve-wracking experience

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64 China: a valuable passion for art

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Paul Haigh chats to Red Cadeaux’s owner Ronnie Arculli to find out why British racehorse ownership is just so attractive

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54 Why do people on the other side of the world own horses in Britain?

Ronnie Ar culli:

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Triple Crown winner American Pharoah, by PA Photos


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Incomparable Paul Haigh has to admit that this year’s Royal Ascot meeting really did have it all

Statutory, ridden by jockey James Doyle, heads the field in the Ascot Stakes. The horse eventually finished out the back, the race was won by Clondaw Warrior giving Ryan Moore his three-timer on Day 1

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hether this was the best Royal Ascot, or merely one of the best, is really hard to say. One’s opinion tends to be coloured by decent weather, international competition of the highest level and most of all by reasonably successful punting after a disastrous start. But from the moment the gates opened for the Queen Anne on Tuesday untill the moment Oriental Fox dug some of us out of our holes in the much-mocked Queen Alexandra (“the hurdle race without hurdles”) this was a five-day epic of excitement, disappointment, triumph, disaster, euphoria and awe. Everything in other words that racing aspires to be and so often isn’t quite. Not everyone loves the pageantry (flummery?) or the self-consciousness (vanity? pomposity? snobbery?) or the tendency to platitude (did anyone else feel that if one more interviewee claimed it was “just a privilege to be here” then suspicions of rehearsal could be confirmed?). But as a race meeting this was almost flawless. Somehow, since the turn of the millennium, this meeting has been turned into the greatest in the world. It’s been achieved without sponsorship and without real help from prize-money. In global terms the record £5.5 million is peanuts now. Dubai spends more than that on just a couple of races. But it’s been done. So who do we thank? Nick Smith for worldwide recruiting? The IRB for same? “Stoker”, the Duke of Devonshire? Duggie Two Names, as Alastair Down used to call Douglas Erskine-Crum, for getting the ball rolling in the first place? The Queen herself? Or a combination of all and more? We asked the same questions

It’s a wonderful thing for US racing that the Triple Crown drought is over, but will “AP” ever be up to winning a race such as the Prince Of Wales’s Stakes that unfortunately California Chrome, last year’s Triple Crown hopeful, sadly could not contest

first word a year ago and nobody put a shy hand up. But the fact is that somehow the prestige and antiquity, the sheer dignity of Ascot has been parlayed into an event that now bestrides the racing world. It’s getting to the point where anybody who thinks they might have a chance of winning there wants to try to – and there’s no other meeting anywhere of which that can truly be said. What individuals should we lionise this time? Ryan Moore obviously. The inaugural winner of the Longines World’s Best Jockey title must have gone a long way towards retaining it with his record-breaking tally. But even Moore is human. In racing you need luck as well as judgement, and he’d have landed two more if the filly Found had hung on from Ervedya, whom she had beaten in the Prix Marcel Moussac as a juvenile, and Kingfisher who didn’t get a blow in at Trip To Paris in the Gold Cup. Moore achieved his record without excessive dependence on Aidan O’Brien, who had another tremendous Ascot getting almost all his runners peaking at exactly the right time. Gleneagles, who has so far been beaten only on his debut and by the French stewards, is getting to look a lot like another “best horse in the world”. And that includes the current kingpin America Pharoah, who some of us would like to see up against international competition on Turf before we fall to our knees before him for beating up the same bunch three times at different distances on Dirt. It’s a wonderful thing for US racing that the Triple Crown drought is over, but will “AP” ever be up to winning a race such as the Prince Of Wales’s Stakes that unfortunately California Chrome, last year’s Triple Crown hopeful, sadly could not contest. Or could he win it next year? Best in the world? Prove it

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first word without additives against the best of all ages at the best venue, if you like. The internationalisation of Ascot got off to a bad start this year. Not for the French, of course, but for those who’d travelled a little further than from Chantilly. The race was billed as a confrontation between the Dubai Turf winner Solow and the “beast from the East” Able Friend from Hong Kong for the “world’s best miler” title. In the end it was nothing of the sort because “the beast” didn’t turn up. Oh, he was there all right, but you could see before the start that this wasn’t the nonchalant, imperious Able Friend his fans have grown used to. Normally the embodiment of calm, he was visibly nervous and covered in sweat on a cool day, and beaten before they even loaded. What went wrong? He travelled perfectly, eating and drinking all the way and losing only ten of his 1300lb in transit. He settled perfectly at Michael Bell’s Newmarket yard. He worked so well that his champion trainer John Moore said he couldn’t have been more delighted when he arrived four days before the race. Yet he was beaten even before we found out how he would react to the undulations of the straight mile. It could have been the 5,700 mile trip. It could have been a failure to acclimatise. It shouldn’t have been the big crowd ballyhoo because he’s used to that at ShaTin, although the human fervour that preceded the Queen Anne may have got to him as there’s nothing much like it this side of Day 1 of Cheltenham. One guess is that the fact that he’s been contesting and winning Group 1s since last November may finally have caught up with him. The mistake no one should make is to think that was the real Able Friend behind Solow. It would be a terrible shame if Able Friend’s no-show persuaded

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It would be a terrible shame if Able Friend’s no-show persuaded Hong Kong owners that Ascot is just too difficult. They only have to go back two years to Little Bridge’s cantering victory in the King’s Stand to realise it isn’t

Hong Kong owners that Ascot is just too difficult. They only have to go back two years to Little Bridge’s cantering victory in the King’s Stand to realise it isn’t. The Japanese have no such precedent to draw on. But they too should avoid dismay at the defeat of Spielberg. He’s a decent horse, but he’s no Orfevre.

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hrough the week though, one by one, the international, or at least the intercontinental hopes came to nothing, although Acapulco’s Group 2 Queen Mary was a bright spot for Coolmore, Wesley Ward and the US. The French were fine and Ervedya added lustre to their invasion force when cutting down Found in the Coronation Stakes on the Friday. The Americans, the Asians and the Australians made no impression on the earlyweek major races though, with Hootenanny the gravest disappointment in the inaugural Group 1 3yo sprint, the Commonwealth Stakes. Then came the Diamond Jubilee and the big turnaround with Undrafted giving the US its Group 1 victory coming home

ahead of Australia’s Brazen Beau, a third winner of the week for the resurgent Frankie. Did Craig Williams blunder by keeping Brazen Beau out wide on what he’d reckoned to be the better ground? Here’s one yes vote, although trainer Chris Waller pointedly refused to blame him, calling it “a great ride” and insisting that – aw you guessed it, “it’s just a privilege to be here”. Nobody could begrudge Wesley Ward anyway, a great supporter of the meeting and an Ascot trailblazer for America. The jubilation of his family was a marvel to behold too. Finally, thanks to the clerk of the course Chris Stickels for not ruining the meeting with watering. The going was quick without being dangerous, the sadly fatal injury to Stravagante notwithstanding, and on perfect ground almost every single hard luck story seemed attributable to human error of the steering or the preparation variety. The other cliché nearly everyone on social media seemed to come up with was ‘There is just nothing to compare with Royal Ascot’. That now seems incontestably true.

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Retirement for leading photographer Trevor Jones

Trevor Jones: always has a camera to hand and a smile on his face

International Thoroughbred’s in-house photographer Trevor Jones has retired. A leading racing and bloodstock photographer for the last 40 years, Trevor will be missed by all on this publication for the professionalism and skill he brought to this job. “I had intended going on to at least 70, but I now need to have some heart surgery at Papworth Hospital so it seemed an ideal time to bow out and enjoy some time with my grandchildren,” he said. “We have always prided ourselves on the quality of our

service – being able to find something specific for a client.” Cameras have always been part of Trevor’s working life. He started out with a job in a camera shop in Eastbourne before graduating to sports coverage for agencies such as Allsport (now Getty Images) covering events from World Cup football to Wimbledon before deciding to focus on horseracing and bloodstock. He has always been an innovator: in the 1980s he was among the first photographers to produce racing images in colour. Trevor also brought the skill of the sports photographer to the world of bloodstock, encouraging owners to depart from the standard conformation portrait to photographing stallions on the move. “Not everyone thought it would be fun standing in a paddock with a stallion galloping loose!” said Trevor. One of the most respected photographers in racing, Trevor was retained by Pacemaker magazine for nearly 20 years before becoming retained for International Thoroughbred. “Trevor has been wonderful

to work with, we always knew we’d get first-class shots from Trevor capturing the essense of the action and story, whether it was of the Derby, at Cheltenham or for a bloodstock stud feature,” said Sally Duckett, editor of International Thoroughbred. “I have worked with him for over ten years and certainly learned much from him, while my business partner and advertising manager Declan Rickatson has worked with Trevor for 20 years – right back to Pacemaker days. “Trevor and his wife Gill have been fun and a delight to work alongside, and the couple were

instrumental in helping us get this magazine up and running. We can’t thank them enough.” Through his own agency Thoroughbred Photography Trevor and Gill worked for some of the biggest stud farms, including Darley and Juddmonte. Trevor was always at the big and small race meetings providing images for the racecourses, the British Horseracing Authority, as well as for private clients, publications and owners. Trevor is currently recovering from his heart surgery at Papworth and we wish him well.

One of Trevor’s favourite photos: the late Sir Henry Cecil with his hack

Goffs London Sale: good start to Ascot but a sale of mixed results The Goffs London Sale provided a pleasant prelude to Ascot week, if perhaps not the figures that were hoped for by the Goffs team. Turnover for the horsesin-training section fell by 28 per cent from last year to £2,975,000, the average for the horses in training fell by two per cent to £247,917 although the median showed improvement by 27 per cent to £190,000.

Of the 24 horses in training offered, half sold with a number not reaching reserves. The dual Group 3 winner Majestic Queen topped the section at £825,000. Turnover for the breeze-up horses fell by 46 per cent to £809,000. The average dropped by 16 per cent to £73,545 and the median fell by 23 per cent to £62,000, 11 out of 18 horses offered were sold. The breezeup session was headed by a son

of Speightstown sold to David Redvers for £200,000. “We’re very satisfied, although we obviously didn’t hit the highs of last year, which was exceptional,” said Henry Beeby. “The sale of Majestic Queen was a spectacular story and the fact it reduced the mare’s owners to tears of joy tells you all you need to know. “Clearly there were some ambitious reserves on the night,

but they were good horses and vendors are entitled to do that. “We will look at the breeze-up concept. Bringing the horses to the palace worked well, although it was a logistical challenge, the £200,000 Speightstown colt was an excellent result. “We need to speak to vendors to see if they think the demand is there for the specific type of breeze-up horse you need at this time of year.”

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Qipco announces sponsorship deal worth £50 million The ongoing desire for Qatari interests to be involved with and support British racing was given another boost ahead of Royal Ascot when it was announced that a “landmark

dea” has been made with Qatari organisation Qipco. The deal will see support for some of the biggest races in the Flat calendar backed until 2024 through its sponsorship of British Champions Series. Since 2011 Qipco has supported the series, which runs from the Guineas until British Champions Day at Ascot in October. Prize-money across the 35 premier race series has increased

by 50 per cent since its launch to £17.4 million in 2015. The deal has been estimated as being worth £50m to racing with the most immediate tangible effect being the boost to the prizemoney for the 2016 1,000 and 2,000 Guineas at Newmarket, taking the top pot for the two Classics to £500,000 each. The races were run for £410,000 and £450,000 last month. The centrepiece of the Qipco deal, which reflects the heavy

reliance of racing on its Middle Eastern backers, will continue to be British Champions day at Ascot in October, currently worth £4m. The ambition is for that to rise to £5m by 2024. Qipco became Ascot’s first Official Partner last year and that relationship has also been extended to run until 2024. The new deal gives Qipco two elevated days at Royal Ascot (Tuesday and Friday), with enhanced branding benefits.

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base for seeing the horses, people watching and viewing the big screen from near the Motivator statue. The new Group 1 Commonwealth Sprint for three-year-olds was well contested and ranked highly on betting turnover. It is one race there is unlikely to ever be an Australian challenge in: though no doubt Gai Waterhouse will prove me wrong. The best result by the Australian horses this year came from the brave Brazen Beau, who ploughed a lone furrow on the stand side and was just thwarted by a renascent Frankie

I Am Invincible, the sire of Brazen Beau, is a fine-looking son of Invincible Spirit, who stands at Yarraman Stud with the Mitchell family

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ith the summer solstice behind us now and four of the five Classics already run, the intriguing clash of the generations will shortly begin. In the US, American Pharoah has become the first Triple Crown winner since Affirmed in 1978 and only the 13th in 141 years. Like Pot-8-Os (winner of 34 races in the 18th century), the name was misspelt but it has stuck. This time it was a fan in Missouri rather than the groom notice the error. Two three-year-old colts with British championship pretensions are the unbeaten Golden Horn and Gleneagles, who is unbeaten this year. Karpino could enter the fray if he, as expected, wins the German Derby. Ascot attendances held up well and, apart from a rainsoaked end to Saturday, so did the weather. Thanks to a sterling team effort initiated by the recently retired Charles Barnett, Ascot has become a much more user-friendly racecourse and is again a pleasure to visit. The tables between the paddock and saddling boxes are a great

Dettori on Wesley Ward’s second winner of the meeting, Undrafted. I Am Invincible, the sire of Brazen Beau, is a fine-looking son of Invincible Spirit, who stands at Yarraman Stud with the Mitchell family. English emigrant Slip Mitchell bought the stud from George Moore, the legendary jockey and father of John and Gary, in 1968. The stud now also stands Hinchinbrook, a Fastnet Rock relation to Snitzel, who currently heads the first-season sires’ list and will almost certainly give Harry and Arthur another championship after I Am Invincible’s success last year. His fee has risen from A$11,000 to A$55,000. Australian racing is still struggling to deal with their cobalt positives. New South Wales has moved quicker than the Victorian Racing authorities and have banned trainer Darren Smith for 15 years and have suspended Sam Kavanagh, whose father Mark, is also under investigation in Victoria. In a new development, Xenon and Argon gas “treatments”, which are reported to be used by athletes and cyclists as it reportedly increases levels of EPO, have been banned by

Racing Victoria. The gases are meant to be very effective in conjunction with high altitude chambers. The gases were banned last year by the World Anti-Doping Authority amid claims Russian athletes had been using them for years to boost stamina before international competitions. Despite the lack of tests for xenon in an athlete’s system, unexplained increases in testosterone levels or discrepancies in a biological passport are punishable with a ban. In April, the Racing Victoria integrity team sent a note to all trainers informing them the gases are prohibited substances In a final twist, a new “supposed enhancer“ was found near the stable of Diademe, ahead of the Group 1 Tattersalls Tiara on the Gold Coast, she is trained by New Zealander Bjorn Baker. Racing Queensland stewards found five bottles of unknown liquid in the stables where Diademe was stabled, four of which were labelled “Kentucky Green”. The fifth bottle was unmarked and there were also syringes found near the stable. Diademe was scratched from the race.


the news QIPCO will also enjoy annual branding and marketing rights, with a particular emphasis on the King George weekend at which the company sponsors the King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes. The race value increased this year to £1.15million. Sheikh Hamad bin Abdullah al-Thani, chief executive of Qipco, said: “As a private, familyrun investment company, we are privileged to have built an association with world-renowned events such as Royal Ascot and the British Champions Series, the very best of British racing. “Our sponsorship of the sport

has benefited our bloodstock operation and increased the company’s international profile. We are proud to support British racing and its heritage.” Sheikh Fahad bin Abdullah alThani, chairman of Qatar Racing, added: “My brothers and I share a passion for thoroughbred racing, and British racing in particular. “It is in our interests to promote the quality of British racing as the value of the horses we race and the stallions we stand is enhanced if they are competing in the country with the best racing in the world.”

Steward Ian Brown said that investigators spoke with Baker’s stablehand who informed them he had brought the bottles for trainer Alicia Willick, who owns the stables. A “trotting element” seems common to a lot of the positives and it was where “milkshakes” in Australia originated from and held sway for so long. Baker was reported to have said before the race that it was to be Diademe’s last before she was retired to stud. The mare was recently bought by Coolmore and the China Horse Club for A$740,000 at the Gold Coast broodmare sale. Fortunately for British racing the BHA has a retrospective rule that allows it to test frozen samples for up to two years. Also, James Stier, the director of raceday operations and regulation, is an Australian and was chief stipendiary in Hong Kong, where much of the Cobalt B sampling was processed. At home, we suffered a sad blow when our Red Poll bull was tested positive for T.B. We had only used him for a year. He came from East Anglia, where T.B. is very uncommon, and he was a great colour with a very pleasant temperament. The disease was confirmed after a postmortem. We now have to undergo a couple

more herd tests before we get the all clear. We once again survived the fifth year of a “legal rave” with around 800 guests “raving” over last two years. I don’t think we will turn Kingsclere into a Pilton or me into a Michael Eavis, but the event does contribute a decent cheque to Kingsclere’s St Mary’s fabric fund and the organisers do a grand job of clearing up. Touch wood, the sound seems to be well trapped in a wooded fold in the Downs. The electro house/techno music does not really appeal to me, but a couple of live acts in the adjoining bowl would really “spin my wheels”. Finally, my sister Lady Emma Balding has named a horse after me – he is by Lord of England out of Marajuana. She took a sadistic pleasure when gelding him in June. Mind you, I had named a Saddleback sow Lady Emma, she was bought as a companion for a Berkshire sow, Sophie. She was neither a good mother nor particularly fertile, but made into great sausages. Lady Emma has been a wonderful mother with four large litters and hopefully a couple more to come. Perhaps Lord Huntingdon will make his mark and become another Side Glance!

All change at the top at Juddmonte and Darley US

Philip Mitchell, general manager of Juddmonte Farms, is retiring and will leave the position later this year, while Charlie Boden, head of sales at Darley since 2006, is to leave the company on July 1. Mitchell, who is reported to be reaching a “certain” birthday in 2016 and has been managing Juddmonte for the last 27 years, said: “I could not have worked for a more knowledgeable or fairer person than Prince Khalid to whom I am indebted. I am so very proud of what we have achieved here. Philp Mitchell: retiring “I am confident that Juddmonte will continue to thrive going forward and I will be working with the team to ensure the continued success of this great organisation.” Douglas Erskine Crum, CEO of the Juddmonte Group, said: “Philip is not departing for six months, but it is not too early to say, on behalf of everyone connected with Juddmonte, a very big thank you to him. “It is important to recognise his outstanding achievements over the past 27 years, during which time he has been responsible for overseeing the success of Frankel, Kingman, Oasis Dream and many other Juddmonte champions, including the remarkable broodmare band. “Philip has been at the heart of Juddmonte’s success and established himself at the very top of the worldwide breeding industry. He has guided the operation with professionalism, skill and humour and is rightly widely respected.” Charlie Boden has led the Darley US sales team since 2006. “I’ve enjoyed nine thrilling years at Darley, working with some of the best brains in the business,” said Boden, who is reported to have no immediate career plans. “It’s been extremely stimulating to work in a global organization inspired by Sheikh Mohammed’s ambition; a fabulous experience, a great education, and many lasting friendships made. Best of all, it’s been my enormous good fortune to have spent so much of the last decade in the company of Darley’s clients, who include the very finest breeders of racehorses in the world.” John Ferguson, Sheikh Mohammed’s bloodstock advisor, said: “Charlie is not only one of the most knowledgeable and wise men in Kentucky, he’s also one of the most likable. He walks the walk and talks the talk, and no one better proves the adage that the thoroughbred business is, first and foremost, a people business. We wish him every success and happiness in the future.” Jimmy Bell, Darley’s president, says, “It has been a great run with Charlie here at Darley. His integrity and commitment to the company have been both beneficial and exemplary. We look forward to working with him as he moves toward a new frontier in his career.”

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A Shadwell Stud-sponsored summer of art and Arabian racing After successful exhibitions at Dubai International Arabian Races (DIAR) last year and also at the National Horse Racing Museum (NHRM) in 2013, the Society of Equestrian Artists (SEA) has produced another selection of Arabian racingthemed work to be shown at both venues this summer. The exhibition will preview at DIAR on July 26 at Newbury racecourse and then transfer to the NHRM in Newmarket, where it will remain until October. It coincides with two

Salaama: an oil by Lisa Miller

Arabian racing events – the Arabian Racing Organisation season finale at Huntingdon on September 20 and the UK

Arabian Derby to be held at Newmarket five days later. Both are sponsored by Shadwell Stud. The exhibition at Newbury will also feature a selection of Shadwell stallion brochure cover original art works and the unveiling of this year’s image, a life-size painted horse by Jennifer Bell. The SEA artists have been the source of many of the images for the brochure and Elizabeth Armstrong and Michelle McCullagh, have work included in the Arabian exhibition. Armstrong will also be hosting

a Young Person’s Art Workshop at Newbury, artists Laura BarberRiley and Debbie Dunbar will be recording the day’s events by painting from life, while other work exhibited includes oil paintings by Lisa Miller, winner of the Denford Stud-sponsored “Best In Show” award at last year’s SEA annual exhibition. Now in its fourth decade DIAR is the most valuable day’s Arabian racing in the world with four Group races, many overseas runners and over 100 entries for the early closing races.

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...for leading sales consignor Ted Voute, who voices his opinion on all things bloodstock and sales-related

ong forgotten is the old grandstand and parade ring at Ascot, a racecourse which now hosts a truly international group of racing professionals, owners, investors and pure enthusiasts. It’s British racing’s one time of the year to attract the many 1000s of people to come to Royal Ascot to dress up and have

a picnic. Ascot has done a great job – the food choices have improved, the traffic control is excellent, and, needless to say, the horses competing are first class. Bravo! As a racing professional, I find the Oaks and the Derby less appealing. If you are without a base or invitation, the areas at which to base yourself without the intrusion of very drunk members of the public sprawling on the grass are fairly limited. However, the Derby is the race we all want to win and what a joy it was to see Mr Oppenheimer breed and win the race with such an impressive racehorse this year. Investec have taught us how sponsorship should be done on a racecourse, but facilities for the professional who wants to go to the racecourse and watch arguably the best Derby in the world, find it difficult to attend in a “civilised” way. The racing world moves on to Goodwood – many people enjoy a week or two off whilst racing resets itself and waits for the good horses from Ascot and Epsom to reappear. The final weeks of yearling sale placements are ahead of us, whilst we juggle to get yearlings catalogued in the right auctions. Major sales companies have struggled to accommodate the increased number of nominations, largely caused by the European interest in selling in sterling. Someone did point out to me that it often pays in this industry to be contrary and conversely it may just happen that many will not want to

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buy in such an expensive currency. Preparation has already started for the Arqana and Doncaster select sales – it creeps up straight after Royal Ascot. The reputation of both sale companies, the consistent supply of two-year-old winners from Doncaster and the good strike-rate that Arqana, gives both different attributes to Tattersalls and Goffs. One added advantage that I think the early sales have is that yearlings bought in August can be turned back out to grass to catch the autumn flush as many owners want to wait untill a little later to break their horses in. I have had a good amount of success buying at Arqana and am convinced this is the contributory factor. With my first Thoroughbred Breeders Association council meeting approaching as a newly elected board member, the industry has interesting and challenging times ahead and I hope that the contentious issues will come up for discussion. I will endeavour to put forward the many ideas people have suggested. I look forward to a Breeders’ Cup at Keeneland – president Bill Thomason said that the meeting has sold out, so other than having a runner or being invited by some sort of hospitality, there is no way to attend. Apparently, in a 24-hour period over 43,000 people, more than those buying for a Hyde Park Rolling Stones concert, bought tickets to attend the first Breeders’ Cup held at Keeneland. The meeting promises to be a good couple of days though there will be plenty of logistical problems for hotels with parking and similar, but the racecourse’s new Dirt track with its amazingly well thought out drainage system has already shown itself off. At the spring meet despite racing having to be abandoned half-way through the card after torrential rain, the next afternoon the racecourse had to be watered! It promises to be an intimate affair with some great competitive racing. It’s a tight grass track so I am sure it will not suit all, particularly Europeans, but others will excel.


THE AGA KHAN STUDS Success Breeds Success

Two Classic Sires on One Classic Day

Siyouni ERVEDYA

superb winner of the Group 1 French 1000 Guineas, she followed up with victory at Royal Ascot in the Group 1 Coronation Stakes.

Makfi MAKE BELIEVE

ran a stunning race to win the Group 1 French 2000 Guineas ahead of subsequent Group 1 Prix du Jockey Club winner NEW BAY.

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Alan Porter reviews the pedigees and stallions who hit the heights at Royal Ascot

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t’s doubtful if any meet has greater international participation than that of Royal Ascot. A prime example was the Prince of Wales’s Stakes (G1) as even without reigning US Horse of the Year California Chrome – sidelined by a foot issue a few days before the race – the contest still featured runners from England, Ireland, France, Australia and Japan. In the end, Ireland’s Free Eagle, making only the fifth start of his career, held on to score by a short-head from last year’s Prix du Jockey-Club (G1) winner and Irish Champion Stakes (G1) winner, The Grey Gatsby. Free Eagle is by Sadler’s Wells’s late son, High Chaparral – winner of the English and Irish Derbys (G1) and back-to-back renewals


royal ascot of the Breeders’ Cup Turf (G1). Free Eagle is also the third Royal Ascot Group 1-winning colt for his sire following the southern-hemisphere-sired So You Think, who took this race in 2012, and Toronado, who won the Queen Anne Stakes (G1) in 2014. Out of the Danehill mare Polished Gem, Free Eagle is half-brother to Irish leading older mare Sapphire, and to five-time Group winner Custom Cut. He is Moyglare Studbred throughout. Polished Gem is a sister to Matriarch Stakes (G1) scorer Dress To Thrill, and to Trust In Luck, grand-dam of three stakes winners, including Vert De Grace, successful in the Criterium International (G1).

Second dam, Affirmed’s daughter Trusted Partner, captured the Irish 1,000 Guineas (G1). She is a sister to the Group winner Easy To Copy, dam of three stakes winners, granddam of two others, and third dam of the Grand Prix de Paris (G1) victor Gallante. Free Eagle’s third dam is champion US two-year-old filly Talking Picture. He is the first Group 1 winner for High Chaparral out of a Danehill mare, but the sire has had three other Group/Graded winners on the cross.

Solow comes home alone in the Queen Anne

The keenly anticipated duel fizzled out in the Queen Anne (G1) when the Hong Kong star Able Friend failed to fire, leaving Solow – bearing the colours carried to victory in this race by the immortal Goldikova in 2010 – to score fairly comfortably from his fellow French-trained runner, the filly Esoterique. In doing so the formidable grey recorded his tenth win in his last 11 starts, and his seventh straight. Solow was initially thought likely to make a stayer, and that’s not surprising considering his pedigree. He’s from the last crop of Singspiel (by the Sadler’s Wells horse, In The Wings) and out of the Highest Honor mare, High Maintenance. Singspiel was at his best at

four and five capturing major events between 1m2f and 1m4f in four different countries, among them the Dubai World Cup (G1), Canadian International Stakes (G1), Japan Cup (G1), Vodafone Coronation Cup (G1) and Juddmonte International Stakes (G1). Generally an influence for stamina, Singspiel was a highly successful sire with 98 stakes winners to his name, 14 Group/ Grade 1 scorers, and, in addition to Solow, his best include the champion US turf mare Lahudood, Dubai World Cup scorer Moon Ballad, Prix de Diane Hermes (G1) winner Confidential Lady, and three-time Group/ Grade 1 winner Dar Re Mi. Solow’s dam High Maintenance was even stouter – she won over 1m7f and finished third in the Qatar Prix Gladiateur (G3), just shy of 2m. High Maintenance is a half-sister to Hostessante, a French Listed winner whose Dixieland Band daughter Colony Band was a stakes winner and Group/Graded placed in both France and the US, and subsequently produced the Northern Dancer Stakes (G3) scorer Colizeo. Fabulous Hostess, the dam of High Maintenance, was a talented middle-distance runner winning a trio of Group events headed by the Prix de Royallieu (G2). She’s also a half-sister to stakes-placed Young Manila, the grand-dam of the Pretty Polly Stakes (G1)

High Chaparral’s son Free Eagle comes home ahead of The Grey Gatsby to lift the crown in the Prince Of Wales’s Stakes, and, right, Solow (Singspiel) makes it three Group 1s in succession in the Queen Anne Stakes

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Diamond Jubilee winner Undrafted is by the deceased sire Purim, from the family of Dr. Fager, who held four US leading horse titles in one season

winner Thistle Bird. Solow and the Group 2 winner Au Revioir are two of only five starters by Singspiel out of Highest Honor mares. Singspiel also has a Group winner out of a mare by Take Risks, who is by Highest Honor out of a Northern Dancer line mare, so bred on the same cross as Solow’s dam. There are strong background similarities between the background of Singspiel and of Highest Honor/High Maintenance. Singspiel’s grandsire Sadler’s Wells is by Northern Dancer out of a mare by Bold Reason. His sire In The Wings is out of a mare by Mill Reef (by Bold Reason’s halfbrother Never Bend), and Singspiel’s dam is a Turn-to line mare. Highest Honor is by Kenmare, a Nasrullah/ Djeddah cross, like Never Bend. Highest Honor’s dam is by Riverman, a Never Bend son, bred like Mill Reef, out of a Turn-to line mare, and the fact that High Maintenance’s dam is Northern Dancer line, makes her something of a mirror image to Singspiel.

Sprint success for the US, but Oasis Dream’s son took the King’s Stand

Internationalism was also the theme of the Diamond Jubilee Stakes (G1) with US-trained Undrafted running down Australian star, Brazen Beau. Undrafted is by far the best runner for his deceased sire, the Shadwell Turf Mile Stakes (G1) winner Purim, a son of Dynaformer and from the family of the legendary Dr. Fager. Undrafted’s dam French Jeannette is a daughter of the Deputy Minister stallion

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French Deputy, while the second dam Fancy Sheba is by Alysheba out of the Hollywood Lassie Stakes (G2) heroine Native Fancy. She is the dam of Blushing Heiress (a two-time Graded winner in the US), and fourth dam of the crack sprinter Reynaldothewizard, successful in the Golden Shaheen (G1). The week’s earlier sprint for older horses,

Trip To Paris and Graham Lee take the Gold Cup

the Kings’s Stand Stakes (G1) was dominated by another gelding, the six-year-old Goldream who got home from the nine-year-old Medicean Man. Goldream is by Oasis Dream (Green Desert), a champion two-year-old and champion sprinter in Europe, and after the victory of Muhaarar in the Commonwealth Cup (G1) later in the meeting, sire of 14 Group 1 winners. Goldream is out of the Machiavellian mare, Clizia, a half-sister to French Listed winner Mont Rocher, while his second dam Cuixmala is a half-sister to European champion and great Classic sire Montjeu, and to the dam of champion Irish two-year-old filly Again. Goldream is the third stakes winner by Oasis Dream out of a Machiavellian mare, the others including Group 1 scorer Naaqoos.

Paris got the Trip

At the other end of the distance scale, the Ascot Gold Cup (G1) went to the improving Trip To Paris, who recorded his first stakes triumph. Trip To Paris is by Champs Elysees, a brother to Dansili, who has appeared in the pedigree of several of this week’s Royal Ascot winners. A Group 3 winner in France, Champs Elysees did better in North America winning the Hollywood Turf Cup (G1), Northern Dancer Turf Stakes (G1) and Canadian International Stakes (G1). Trip To Paris is one of six stakes winners from his first crop, the others including Group winner Xcellence, who also placed third in the


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Mastercraftsman has got off to a very good start at stud with 11 stakes winners in his first two northern-hemisphere crops, eight of them Group class French 1,000 Guineas (G1) and Oaks (G1). Champs Elysees’s second crop already includes the Group-winning and Group 1-placed Jack Naylor, and he is beginning to make a mark at stud. Trip To Paris is out of the Fantastic Light (Rahy) mare La Grande Zoa, while his second dam, the unraced Majestic Sister (Last Tycoon), is a sister to European champion Ezzoud and stakes winner Get Away With It, and half-sister to the multiple Group 1-winning miler Distant Relative. If going right back to the fifth dam we find Natasha, winner of Alabama Stakes and broodmare of the year in the US and ancestress of such great horses as the 2,000 Guineas (G1) victor Lomond, US champion three-year-old filly Questing, the Group and Grade 1 winners Gold And Ivory, Margarula, Milleverof, Grand Marshall and major stallion Elusive Quality. Trip To Paris follows Jack Naylor as the second stakes winner for Champs Elysees out of a Blushing Groom line mare.

Snow Sky: a Hardwicke score for Nayef

Nayef’s son Forgotten Rules lost his undefeated record in the Gold Cup, but the sire still came up with a Group winner at the Royal meet when Snow Sky led throughout to take the Hardwicke Stakes (G2) from Eagle Top. The sire has had a good season this year. Nayef won the Prince of Wales’s Stakes (G1) at Royal Ascot at five, and in previous seasons he’d also taken the Champion Stakes (G1), Juddmonte International (G1) and Sheema Classic (G1). He has 21 stakes winners to his name, including the Group 1 winners Lady Marian and Tamayuz. Snow Sky is out of the Listed-placed Dansili mare Winter Silence, a three-quarters sister to the Prix Greffulhe (G2) scorer Ice Blue, and a half-sister to Meteor Storm, whose successes included the Manhattan Handicap (G1), and to Sheema Classic (G1) winner Polish Summer, as well as to the Group winner Host Nation. Second dam Hunt The Shack, is a sister to Raintrap, a three-time Group/Grade 1 winner

and leading three-year-old stayer in France, and to Sunshack, who was not only a leading two-year-old in France, but went on to win the Coronation Cup (G1), Prix Royal-Oak (G1) and Criterium de Saint-Cloud (G1) .

Just Amazing for Mastercraftsman

The Duke Of Cambridge Stakes (G2) for fillies and mares went to Amazing Maria, a daughter of Mastercraftsman. Mastercraftsman has got off to a very good start at stud with 11 stakes winners in his first two northern-hemisphere crops, eight of them Group class, including, in addition to Amazing Maria and The Grey Gatsby – a dual Group 1-winning three-year-old – the St. Leger (G1) scorer Kingston Hill. He’s also sired five stakes winners, four of them graded, in his first Australian crop. Amazing Maria is out of Messias Da Silva, a two-year-old-winning daughter of Tale Of The Cat. The second dam Indy Power is an A.P. Indy half-sister to US stakes winners One More Power and Dixie Power. Amazing Maria and stakes winner Pablosky are the only foals by Mastercraftsman out of mares by Tale Of The

Cat, Mastercraftsman and Tale Of The Cat both being Northern Dancer/Mr. Prospector crosses. He also has had the graded winner Craftsman out of a mare by Forest Wildcat, who like Tale Of The Cat is by Storm Cat out of a Raise A Native line mare, his dam being by Mr. Prospector’s close relative, Forest Wildcat.

Oasis Dream: Group 1 double-header

With the French Classic winner Make Believe failing to fire, it wasn’t difficult for English and Irish 2,000 Guineas (G1) victor Gleneagles to confirm his standing as Europe’s top miler in the St. James’s Palace Stakes (G1). He’s now likely to head to Goodwood for the Sussex Stakes (G1) where he could meet Solow in a potentially intriguing clash of the ages. Guineas form was also upheld in the Coronation Stakes (G1) which saw French 1,000 Guineas (G1) victress Ervedya score by a neck from Irish 1,000 Guineas (G1) second Found. Oasis Dream was represented by his second Group 1 winner of the meeting when Muhaarar took the Commonwealth Stakes (G1) in impressive style. A smart two-year-old last year when he won the Gimcrack Stakes (G2) and took third in the Middle Park Stakes (G1) and July Stakes (G2), Muhaarar won the Greenham Stakes (G3) on his reappearance, but

Oasis Dream scorer Muhaarar

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royal ascot probably didn’t get the trip when unplaced in the Poule d’Essai des Poulains (G1). Muhaarar is out of the stakes-placed Linamix mare Tahrir, also dam of juvenile black-type scorer Sajwah. A sister to two-time Listed winner Mister Charm, and half-sister to the Prix de Guiche (G3) winner Mister Sacha, Tahir is out of Miss Sacha, winner of the Topaz Sprint (L), and placed fourth in the King’s Stand Stakes (G2). The third dam is out of a daughter of Pugnacity, one of the fastest English fillies of the 1960s and subsequently dam of the

Epsom Derby (G1) runner-up and Benson and Hedges Gold Cup (G1) winner, Relkino. Muhaarar is one of three stakes winners by Oasis Dream out of mares by Linamix, a strain that has done well under Green Desert and Danzig in general. This represents the cross of Oasis Dream over a mare from his own broodmare sireline, that of Lyphard. The sire of the second dam Last Tycoon is a Northern Dancer/Mill Reef cross, as is the dam of Oasis Dream, and Northern Dancer and Mill Reef’s sire, Never Bend, are both found close up in Oasis Dream’s sire, Green Desert.

Shamardal: enjoying a superb 2015

The 1m4f King Edward VII Stakes (G2) often reveals a promising later-developing threeyear-old middle-distance horse, and that was the case this time as the race fell to Balios, who was making only the third start of his career. Balios is another credit for the French dual Classic winner Shamardal (Giant’s Causeway), who quite remarkably already has 17 stakes winners to his name in 2015, among them the official world high-ranked Able Friend and Grade 1

Zoffany takes the juvenile honours

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here WAS no doubt the juvenile story at Royal Ascot was Zoffany, who equaled the record-breaking achievement of New Approach with three first-crop stakes winners at the meeting. The week on many differing angles proved to be a hugely successful one for Coolmore. Zoffany, a son of Dansili, ran one of his own best races when coming within three-quarters of a length of catching an overexuberantly ridden Frankel in the St. James Palace Stakes (G1). Zoffany was also a close second in the Prix Jean Prat (G1) at three, and at two, he won five of seven starts, including the Phoenix Stakes (G1), the Tyros Stakes (G3) and the Golden Fleece Stakes (L). First of the trio succesful for the sire was Washington DC in the Windsor Castle Stakes. He is out of How’s She Cuttin’, a daughter of Shinko Forest (Green Forest), and a stakesplaced juvenile sprinter. The second dam Magic Annemarie (by the Nureyev horse, Dancing Dissident) is a half-sister to the dam of Aspen

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Darlin, another smart two-yearold who won the Firth of Clyde Stakes (G3) and took second in the Cheveley Park Stakes (G1). The third dam Magic Garter was also bred for speed as she is by the brilliant juvenile Precocious (by the Tudor Minstrel-line stallion Mummy’s Pet), and out of Magic Flute, who won the Cheveley Park Stakes at two and the Coronation Stakes (G2) at three. Magic Flute is a noted taproot mare, who is also ancestress of the champion European two-year-old Grand Lodge, Golden Slipper (G1) runner-up English, and the Canterbury Guineas (G1) scorer Fine Society. Magic Garter has an intriguing pedigree as Magic Flute’s grandsire and grand-dam, Tudor Minstrel and Gamble In Gold, are the great-grandsire and fourth dam of Precocious. Zoffany stakes winner number two came in another 5f test, the Norfolk Stakes (G2) won by Waterloo Bridge. The Zoffany three: (from the top) Windsor Castle winner Washington DC, the Albany heroine Illuminate and the speedy Norfolk winner Waterloo Bridge

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He is half-brother to the Lawman filly Forces Of Darkness, a French Group winner who also took third in the Prix Saint-Alary (G1). The dam Miss Childrey is a stakes-winning daughter of Dr. Fong (Kris S.), while the third dam Salvationist is by Mill Reef out of a half-sister to Lorenzaccio, conqueror of Nijinsky in the Champion Stakes. He was a disappointing sire, but still sired an influential son in Ahonoora. The Zoffany hat-trick was completed in the Albany Stakes (G3) by Illuminate. She is out of the Green Desert mare Queen Of Stars, a half-sister to Italian Group scorer and Italian Oaks (G1) second, Lady Catherine. The second dam Queen Catherine is a French Listed winner by Machiavellian out of Nureyev’s Group-placed daughter, Russian Royal. Illuminate has quite a pedigree as both her sire and dam are Danzig/Machiavellian crosses with Danzig 4x4 and Machiavellian 3x3. Illuminate has five crosses of Northern Dancer, six of Northern Dancer’s dam Natalma, and eight of his grand-dam, Almahmoud!


royal ascot winner Dunboyne Express/Dan Excel. Balios’s dam Elle Galante won twice in Germany and was stakes placed in France. She’s an extremely well-bred individual as she is by Galileo out of Elle Danzig (Roi Danzig), a champion three-year-old filly and champion older mare in Germany, and twice winner of the Premio Roma (G1). She is a half-sister to German older mare Elle Shadow (Shamardal), and a three-quarters to Balios. Balios is the first stakes winner for Shamardal out of a Galileo mare, but is the 11th for the sire out of all mares from the

Sadler’s Wells line. Shamardal’s son Lope De Vega also has a first-crop stakes winner out of a mare by Galileo.

The well-bred Curvy claims a Group 2 win

Similarly, the Ribblesdale Stakes (G2) for three-year-old fillies, run over the same trip as the King Edward Stakes, saw the improving Curvy score her fourth successive win by fighting off the Irish 1,000 Guineas (G1) heroine Pleascach. Curvy was one of five runners for Galileo in

Buratino is a product of the very successful Danehill/Kingmambo cross that has produced nine stakes winners from 98 starters, three of them Group or Grade 1 Buratino: another Excel-lent two-year-old for his sire

The premier Royal Ascot event for juvenile colts, the Coventry Stakes (G2), went to Buratino. He is a son of the reverse shuttler Exceed And Excel (Danehill), a graded winner at two and champion sprinter at three in Australia. Exceed And Excel has been a phenomenal sire of juveniles in Australia – although his offspring are far from limited to just being two-year-olds – and has been represented by such stars as Guelph, Helmet, Earthquake, Overreach and Reward For Effort. He’s also been highly effective with his northern-hemisphere crops, including horses such as Excelebration, a three-time Group 1 winner who would have had record of a superstar had he not so frequently run into Frankel! Buratino is out of Bergamask, a daughter of Kingmambo, who was stakes-placed in France. The second dam, the Sadler’s Wells

mare Adonesque, won the Blue Wind Stakes, and is a half-sister to three other stakes winners, most notably champion Irish two-year-old and outstanding sire Danehill Dancer, by Exceed and Excel’s sire Danehill. Buratino’s fourth dam Mira Adonde is out of a daughter of the brilliant French sprinter/ miler Lianga, also ancestress of Street Sense and Mr. Greeley. Buratino is a product of the very successful Danehill/ Kingmambo cross that has produced nine stakes winners from 98 starters, three of them Group or Grade 1. Exceed And Excel has also crossed very well with Mr. Prospector line mares in general (as here), and Buratino’s dam also has the three-quarters brothers Nureyev and Sadlers’ Wells, both of whom have been exceptional influences for Exceed and Excel.

Scat Daddy: the two-year-old sire regular at Royal Ascot

Two years ago US trainer Wesley Ward won the Norfolk Stakes

the ten-horse field, with two others being by his sons. There can have been very few better bred fillies on display during the week – Curvy is a half-sister to the Irish 2,000 Guineas victor Power, who was also successful in the Coventry Stakes (G2) at Royal Ascot, to another Ribblesdale winner in Thakafaat, and to the dam of stakes winner Amnesia. The dam Frappe is a half-sister to three more stakes winners, two of them Group 1, headed by Irish 2,000 Guineas hero Footstepsinthesand.

(G2) with No Nay Never, a son of Scat Daddy. This year he was back for the Queen Mary Stakes (G2) with Scat Daddy daughter, Acapulco. Despite having been beaten at odds on in her only previous outing, Acapulco started as favourite, and the imposing filly ran her rivals off their feet to score by just over a length. Scat Daddy, the leading son of juvenile sensation Johannesburg, won two Grade 2s at two, and added a Grade 2 and the Florida Derby (G1) at three, prior to suffering a career ending injury in the Kentucky Derby (G1). At stud, Scat Daddy has sired 24 stakes winners, 11 Group/ Graded in his first four crops (Acapulco is from his fifth). Scat Daddy is also the dominant sire in Chile with his southernhemisphere crops. Acapulco’s third dam Friendly Wave traces back to the champion English two-year-old filly and 1,000 Guineas winner Night Off, who is her sixth dam.

Youmzain gets onto the stakes race sires’ board

The final two-year-old race of the week, the 7f Chesham Stakes, was won by Suits You, who held on by a short head from Galileo’s daughter, Ballydoyle. Suits You is from the second crop of her sire Youmzain and is his first stakes winner. A tough middle-distance

The son of Youmzain, Suits You

campaigner Youmzain (by the Grand Lodge horse Sinndar) raced for six seasons, and his wins included the Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud (G1) and Preis von Europa (G1), as well as seconds in three consecutive Prix de l’Arc de Triomphes (G1). Suits You is out of the winning Oasis Dream mare, Lady Fashion. The second dam Carinae is a daughter of Nureyev out of the Seeking The Gold mare,Turning Wheel, winner of La Coupe de MaisonsLaffitte (G3). The fourth dam Misinskie (Nijnsky) is half-sister to Clever Miss, fourth dam of Ascot’s Duke Of Cambridge Stakes winner Amazing Maria. Suits You is another Ascot juvenile winner with an interesting pedigree involving Danzig inbreeding – his sire is a Danzig/Sadler’s Wells cross, while his dam is a Danzig/ Nureyev (three-quarters brother to Sadler’s Wells) cross.

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royal ascot The second and third dams, Glatisant (Rainbow Quest) and Dancing Rocks (Green Dancer) were both Group winners, and the fourth dam Croda Rossa took the Premio Lydia Tesio in the days prior to the pattern. Like the Derby winner Golden Horn, the family is another Oppenheimer-curated pedigree, but traces back to a half-sister of the Aga Khan’s Epsom Derby winner Blenheim II, through the Royal Stud’s foundation mare Open Warfare. Curvy’s dam Frappe is by Inchinor (Ahonoora), which means that Curvy is bred on what is one of the strongest crosses for Galileo – that with Ahonoora-line mares.

Curvy is bred on what is one of the strongest crosses for Galileo – that with Ahonoora-line mares It’s produced six stakes winners from just 22 starters, also including Classic winners New Approach and Nightime.

Yet another feather in the cap for Dubawi

Another improver, and a rapid one at that, is Time Test, who took the 1m2f Tercentenary Stakes (G3) on his Group-race debut, shaping like a horse who could go to the top of the tree. He is another credit for his sire Dubawi, who for some time has been firmly established as one of the world’s leading sires, and who in 2015 with northern and southern-hemisphere crops is represented by an astonishing 24 individual stakes winners, Time Test: another star for Dubawi as racegoers shout him home (left)

17 Group or Graded, seven of them Group or Grade 1. Time Test’s dam Passage Of Time – a daughter of Dansili – won the Criterium de Saint-Cloud (G1) and Musidora Stakes (G3), and she was also three-times Group/Grade 1 placed. Passage Of Time is a sister to Father Time, who won the King Edward VII Stakes, and half-sister to Timepiece, winner of the Falmouth Stakes (G1). The second dam Clepsydra is a Sadler’s Wells half-sister to Double Crossed, a stakes winner who subsequently produced champion European older horse, Twice Over. The Dubawi/Danehill cross hasn’t been a prolific one, but, in addition to Time Test, it has produced three other stakes winners, including the Group 1 scorer Akeed Mofeed.

Dubai Destination developing into a notable broodmare sire

The 7f Jersey Stakes (G3) went to Dutch Connection, winner of last year’s Acomb Stakes (G3). Dutch Connection is by Dutch Art, who has had 18 stakes winners, seven Group class, in his first four crops, including the Group 1-winning sprinters Slade Power and Garswood, and the five-time Group winner Caspar Netscher. Dutch Connection is out of Endless Love, a daughter of Dubai Destination, a stallion who is becoming a useful broodmare sire, not least with Golden Horn. Dutch Art and Dubai Destination (Kingmambo) are both Mr. Prospector line sires, but that strain is back in the fourth generation of the pedigree, and Dutch Art also has had two stakes winners out of mares by Kingmambo’s son King’s Best.

Storm Cat and Galileo reap more rewards

Queen’s Vase winner Aloft is bred on the same cross as Gleneagles – being a son of Galileo out of a Storm Cat mare. Despite being a son of Galileo, it’s a little surprising that Aloft saw out the trip as he’s half-brother to sprint Group winner Beauty Bright, and out of Dietrich, a two-time Group winner over 5f. Second dam Piquetnol was Group 1-placed at France at two, and is a sister to Chimes Of Freedom, a Group 1 winner at two and three, and dam of the champion US sprinter Aldebaran and Grade 1 scorer Good Journey.

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the “ultimate stallion’s pedigree”

Alan Porter reports on the bloodstock stories from this season’s European Classics

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he first round of the major European Classics included everything that you could want from a sire’s standpoint – wins for two of the world’s best sires, wins for two freshman sires, and even a first such winner for a reverse shuttler. Both the English and Irish renewals of the 2,000 Guineas (G1) went to Gleneagles, who therefore assumed leadership of the three-year-old mile division. Gleneagles is yet another Classic credit for sire Galileo, and although that son of Sadler’s Wells gained his own Classic laurels in the Derby (G1) and Irish Derby (G1), and is renowned as a source of Classic stamina, his offspring have been extremely effective in the mile Classics. His first Classic victory as a sire came via first-crop daughter Nightime in the Irish 1,000 Guineas, since then his winning European Classic milers have included Gleneagles, Frankel, Magician, Roderic O’Connor, Misty For Me, Marvellous and Golden Lilac Gleneagles is a brother to Marvellous who took the Irish 1,000 Guineas on only her third start, but then subsequently failed to stay and was unplaced in the Oaks (G1) and the Irish Oaks (G1) on her only two following starts. Apparently Gleneagles’s connections believe that he is a specialist miler, and it is unlikely that he will be tried over further in the immediate future. Gleneagles has what might be close to the current “ultimate” in stallion pedigrees. In addition to being a son of Galileo, his dam, the Storm Cat mare You’resothrilling, is a sister to Giant’s Causeway, who took second in the 2,000 Guineas (G1) and Irish 2,000 Guineas (G1), before embarking on a five-race streak of Group 1 victories earning him a title as European Horse of the Year. Given that one of those victories came in the 1m2f Juddmonte International Stakes G1), one might have expected Gleneagles to be a middle-distance runner. A look at the record, however, shows that You’resothrilling had a somewhat different aptitude to her brother, being both more precocious and more speedy. Successful in the Swordlestown Stud Sprint Stakes (G2) on her second start at two, You’resothrilling added the Cherry Hinton Stakes (G2) later that year, and was also second in the Albany Stakes (G3) at Royal Ascot.

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classic review You’resothrilling is also a sister to four stakes-placed horses, including Freud, who took third in the Cork and Orrery Stakes (G3) before going on to a successful stud career as a sire in New York. She’s also half-sister to Hanky Panky, a Galileo daughter, who produced her best effort in the 6f Ballyogan Stakes (G3). Gleneagles’s second dam Mariah’s Storm, a daughter of Rahy, was a six-time graded stakes winner and Grade 1-placed in the US and is out of Immense, a graded-winning Roberto mare, a half-sister to the champion

speed mating, the reverse is true of the 1,000 Guineas (G1) winner, Legatissimo. She is from the 15th northern-hemisphere crop of Danehill’s champion Irish two-yearold, Danehill Dancer. The pensioned 22-year-old stallion now has 21 Group or Grade 1 winners to his name, including other Classic heroes Irish 2,000 Guineas winner Mastercraftsman, a leading young sire in his own right, the Oaks winner Dancing Rain, and the Irish 1,000 Guineas duo of Again and Speciosa. In Australia, he has had three Group 1 stars – Arapaho Miss

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US two-year-old filly, Dearly Precious. Gleneagles is the fifth stakes winner, and the third Group 1 winner from the 31 starters sired by Galileo out of mares by Storm Cat. The cross is registering 16 per cent stakes winners to starters, against 12 per cent for Galileo with all other mares. Gleneagles is inbred 3 x 4 to Northern Dancer, but is free of Danehill, the strain for which Galileo has shown such a strong affinity.

Smooth as silk for Legatissimo in the 1000 Guineas

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(VRC Oaks), Light Fantastic (VRC Australian Guineas) and the international sprint champion and successful sire, Choisir. Legatissimo’s dam Yummy Mummy is a daughter of Montjeu, who despite a reputation for siring somewhat quirky daughters, is becoming a very successful broodmare sire. Yummy Mummy’s only win came in a maiden at Sligo, but she’s a sister to Fame And Glory, a horse who won Group 1 events at two, three, four and five, including the Criterium de Saint-Cloud, Irish Derby, Tattersalls Gold Cup, Coronation Stakes and

Ascot Gold Cup. Yummy Mummy is also a three-quarters sister to the Galileo mare Gaze, whose Manduro son Greatwood was stakes placed in England. He has won a pair of black-type events since being exported to Australia. Yummy Mummy is also closely related to another Galileo daughter in the Lillie Langtry Stakes (G3) scorer Gravitation, who is out of Yummy Mummy’s stakes-placed half-sister Guaranda. Yummy Mummy is out of Gryada (Shirley Heights), a mare who earned black-type with a third in the Premio Dormello (G3) and a daughter of the German 1,000 Guineas (G2) winner, Grimpola. She did not produce a stakes winner herself, but has become a very successful foundation mare being ancestress of the Preis Von Europa (G1) and Deutschland Preis (G1) winner Gonbarda (herself dam of European champion older horse Farhh), as well as Gonlargo, a champion three-year-old miler in Germany, and the Group winners Global Dream, Global Thrill, Goathemala and Good Donna. Legatissimo is one of 21 stakes winners sired by Danehill Dancer out of Sadler’s Wells


classic review line mares, and follows Ave as the second Group/Grade 1 winner on the cross.

Makfi will Make them Believe

50-1 shot Qualify (far side) “does” the 1,000 Guineas winner Legatissimo on the line in the Oaks

While the English and Irish Guineas were annexed by the offspring of veteran sires, the French equivalents showcased winners by a pair of young stallions with their first-crop three-year-olds. In the Poule D’Essai des Poulains (G1), Make Believe took his record to three wins in four starts with a comfortable 3l triumph. Make Believe’s sire Makfi was sold by Hamdan Al Maktoum for 26,000gns as an unraced two-year-old at the Tattersalls October Sales, but pulled off a 33-1 upset in the 2,000 Guineas. He then disappointed in the St. James’s Palace Stakes (G1), but rebounded to upset the mighty Goldikova in the Prix Jacques le Marois (G1). In addition to Make Believe, Makfi’s first northern-hemisphere crop also includes French Listed scorer Cornwallville, and from his first southern-hemisphere crop he is sire of New Zealand juvenile Group 1 winner Marky Mark.

Pleascach becomes Teofilo’s eighth Group 1 winner. Trainer Jim Bolger bred, owned and trained the sire, and has repeated the feat with Teofilo’s daughter

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The Pivotal amd Kingmambo cross registers a stakes winner-tostarter figure that is currently running at about 12 per cent As Makfi can now boast Group 1 winners in both hemispheres from his first crops, the sire is forcing a rapid reassessment by the bloodstock community which had prematurely begun to dismiss him after his first two-year-old northern-hemisphere runners last year. There was already a pedigree precedent for Make Believe’s success. When she was bred to Makfi’s sire Dubawi, Make Believe’s dam Rosie’s Posy produced Dubawi Heights, whose best effort in England was a third in the Lowther Stakes (G3), but who captured the Gamely Stakes (G1), the Yellow Ribbon Stakes (G1) and the Wilshire Handicap (G3) in the US. Rosie’s Posy’s sire Suave Dancer won the Prix du Jockey-Club (G1) and Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe (G1), but Rosie’s Posy appears to have taken after the speedier elements in the distaff side of the pedigree, her sole win coming over 5f100yds on her debut at two. Rosie’s Posy’s dam My Branch (Distant Relative) was a sharp two-year-old – she won the Firth of Clyde Stakes and finished second in the Cheveley Park Stakes (G1) – but she trained on well enough to win the Sceptre Stakes, finish third in the Irish 1,000 Guineas and fourth in the 1,000 Guineas. My Branch produced an even better daughter in Rosie Posy’s half-sister Tante Rose, who was the top older sprint mare in England in 2004, a year in which she ended her career with a victory in the Haydock Sprint Cup (G1). My Branch is also dam of the Sweet Solera Stakes winner Bay Tree, and is grand-dam of Gothic Dance, successful in the Premio Chiusura (G3) and the top older filly at a mile in Italy last year. Rosie Posy’s fourth dam Ash Lawn is a halfsister to Royal Palace, winner of the 2,000 Guineas and Derby, and to Glass Slipper, dam of the 1,000 Guineas winner Fairy Footsteps, and St. Leger (G1) winner Light Cavalry. Make Believe and his three-quarters sister Dubawi Heights are two of the six stakes winners, four of them Group or graded, from 41 starters (15 per cent stakes winners to starters) sired by Dubawi and his sons out of Nijinsky line mares.

There are a couple of extra interesting twists in Make Believe’s pedigree – Makfi’s grand-dam Irish Valley is a half-sister to Green Dancer (sire of Make Believe’s broodmare sire, Suave Dancer), while Makfi’s broodmare sire Green Desert is a product of a Northern Dancer/Sir Gaylord cross, an extended version of which produced Make Believe’s dam.

Haras de Bonneval gets French Guineas results

The Poule D’Essai des Pouliches (G1) went to Ervedya, who came from well to the rear of the 14-horse field to score by a comfortable three-quarters of a length. She was one of the leaders of her crop last year, winning her first three starts, including the Prix de Cabourg (G3), before ending the year with a third in the Prix Morny (G1) and a second in the Prix Marcel Boussac (G1). On Progressive sire Siyouni: the French Guineas races were good to young sires this year

her only previous start this term, she won the Prix Imprudence (G3). It proved to be a fantastic French Guineas result for the Aga Khan Studs as Ervedya’s sire Siyouni, like Makfi, stands at Haras de Bonneval, although Makfi had begun his stud career at Tweenhills in England and is on a rotating scheme. A son of Pivotal and out of a Danehill mare, Siyouni won four of six starts at two, including the Prix Jean-Luc Lagardère (G1) and Prix La Fleche, and also took second in the Prix Robert-Papin (G2) and Prix La Rochette (G3). He failed to add to his win tally in six starts at three, but did finish second in the Prix Jean Prat (G1) and Prix de Fontainebleau (G3), and third in the Prix du Moulin de Longchamp (G2). Siyouni made a bright start to his stud career last year – he was leading freshman sire in France – and in addition to Ervedya, he is also sire of the Group winners Bourree and Souvenir Delondres, stakes winner Mocklershill, as well as four black-type placed horses. Ervedya’s female line has been in the hands of her breeder HH Aga Khan for several generations, although its production prior to Ervedya has been distinctly uninspiring in recent times. In fact the second in the Prix Vanteaux (G3) achieved by Ervedya’s dam, the King’s Best mare Elva, is the only black-type to appear under the first three generations of Ervedya’s pedigree. The second dam, Marju’s daughter Evora, did win at two, and Elva was her only starter, but the third dam, Eviyrna (The Minstrel), was unplaced, and produced just three minor winners from six starters. Things improve under the fourth dam Euliya, a Top Ville mare who was bred by the Aga Khan, but she had an entirely Boussac pedigree. She won the Prix Royallieu (G3), the Prix des Tourelles and the Prix Joubert, and is a half-sister to Erdelistan, whose most prestigious triumph came in the Gran Premio del Jockey Club (G1). Euliya’s grand-dam Iroma was a half-sister to Locris, a high-class mile-to-1m2f horse and a useful sire in South America, and is out of Ormara, a sister to Boussac’s intensely inbred (2x2 to Tourbillon) Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe heroine, Coronation V. Ervedya herself is an example of the cross of Pivotal and sons with Kingmambo line mares that has also produced Group 1

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classic review winner Regal Parade, and the Group winners Hot Snap and Brazilian Bride. The Pivotal and Kingmambo cross registers a stakes winner-to-starter figure that is currently running at about 12 per cent. The cross with a Kingmambo mare gives a double Nureyev through Pivotal and through Kingmambo’s dam Miesque, and Siyouni already has ten first crop starters with Nureyev inbreeding, six of them winners, including, in addition to Ervedya, the Listed Prix Yacowlef scorer, Mocklershill.

Pleascach: a grand-daughter of Galileo

Gleneagles completed a Guineas double in the Irish edition, but the Irish 1,000 Guineas produced a new face in Pleascach, who stayed on determinedly to deny the favourite, Found (another by Galileo), by a half length. This was the third win in five starts for Pleascach, who had captured the 1m2f Blue Wind Stakes (G3) just 11 days earlier. Although Found was defeated, the race was still a success for the Galileo line as Pleascach is a member of the fourth northern-hemisphere crop sired by Galileo’s undefeated European champion two-year-old colt Teofilo. He has 33 northern-hemisphere-sired stakes winners to his name from his first four crops, including the Irish Derby (G1) victor Trading Leather, Voleuse de Coeurs, successful in the Irish St. Leger (G1), Parish Hall, winner of the Dewhurst Stakes (G1), Loch Garman, who took the Criterium International (G1) and the Prix Jean Prat (G1) scorer, Havana Gold. In Australia, Teofilo has six stakes winners in two crops, including the Grade 1 winners Kermadec and Sonntag. Pleascach is out of the Thunder Gulch mare Toirneach. She is a half-sister to the Panamanian black-type scorer Capomorano, but more significantly is also three-quarters related to Spain, who was by Thunder Gulch out of Drina, a stakes-winning half-sister to the dam of Toirneach. Spain won seven graded stakes events in the US, including the Breeders’ Cup Distaff (G1). Subsequently, Spain produced the Irish Group winner Plan and Dreamtheimpossible, who took the Listed Flame of Tara Stakes and placed third in the Ascot Fillies’ Mile (G1). The female line traces to the outstanding US runner and tap-root mare Levee, via Sister Shu, who as her name suggests was a full

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All came good in the Derby for jockey Frankie Dettori and “Epsom sire” Cape Cross with Golden Horn, who stayed better than had beeen expected by his breeder

sibling to two-time US champion older mare Shuvee. Levee is ancestress of numerous other major winners, and in Europe they include the Group 1 winners Strategic Choice, Marbye, Fair Mix, Ekraar and Meneval. Pleascach is one of five stakes winners by Teofilo out of Mr. Prospector-line mares. In this case, Teofilo’s sire Galileo is a Northern Dancer/Mr. Prospector cross, where Pleascach’s broodmare sire Thunder Gulch is a Mr. Prospector/Northern Dancer cross. She also has a double of His Majesty, combined with that horse’s genetic relative Majestic Light.

Golden Horn found the stamina

If the English and Irish 2,000 Guineas went to a miler by a Derby winner, the Epsom Derby (G1) fell to a colt who outstayed his rivals despite being a son of a miler, and with a pedigree that suggested a mile might be his optimum distance. Indeed Golden Horn’s prospects of getting the Derby trip were initially considered so slight that he wasn’t originally entered for the Derby. However, after an impressive triumph in the Dante Stakes (G2) – his third win in as many starts, following victories in a maiden at Nottingham at two, and the Fielden Stakes on his debut at three – he was supplemented. Golden Horn’s sire Cape Cross, a son of Green Desert, had only relatively modest form at two and three, but developed into a top-class older miler taking the Lockinge Stakes (G1) at four, and the Celebration Mile (G2) and Queen Anne Stakes (G2) at five. Despite being by a sprinter out of a mare by a sprinter – the Cheveley Park Stakes (G1) scorer Park Appeal, a daughter of Ahonoora, a speed-merchant who sired Epsom Derby winner Dr. Devious – and despite his own race-record, Cape Cross has proved very capable of getting top-class middle-distance performers. This is a trait shared by his fellow Green Desert sons, Oasis Dream and Invincible Spirit. In fact, he’s previously sire of two truly exceptional performers who triumphed in Epsom Classics – Ouija Board and Sea The Stars, Ouija Board going on to produce last year’s Derby winner Australia. Cape Cross also has another 2015 Classic winner in the shape of Karpino, who took his record to three-for-three in the MehlMulhens-Rennen (G2).


It also proved to be a good 24 hours for Golden Horn’s dam the unraced Fleche D’Or. Her one previous foal, the Champs Elysees filly Eastern Belle, a Listed winner in England last year, registered her first graded race form when second in the New York Stakes (G2), just a few hours after Golden Horn’s triumph. Fleche D’Or is a daughter of Dubai Destination (Kingmambo), who won the Champagne Stakes (G2) at two, and after being tried over further during a one-race three-year-old season, reverted to a mile to add the Queen Anne Stakes (G1) at four. Fleche D’Or is out of Nuryana, a mile Listed winner by Nureyev, and is a halfsister to the Coronation Stakes (G1) heroine Rebecca Sharp, who was by Machiavellian, and like Dubai Destination, from the Mr. Prospector sire line. She is also a sibling to the middle-distance Group scorers Mystic Knight and Hidden Hope, as well as to stakes-placed Nyarhini, who produced the 7f Listed winner Token Of Love to Cape Cross. Nuryana’s dam Loralane, who was by another miler Habitat, was a minor winner, but she was a three-quarters sister to Habibti, one of the most brilliant sprint fillies of the post-war era, and a half-sister to the 1,000 Guineas winner On The House. Nuryana was Loralane’s only stakes

Golden Horn follows Group winners Moohaajim and Cape Dollar as the third stakes winner by Cape Cross out of a Kingmambo line mare winner, but Loralane is ancestress of several group/graded or stakes winners, the most notable of whom is Kidnapped, who took the South Australian Derby (G1). Loralane’s dam Lora was a three-quarters sister to another sprint star in the King’s Stand Stakes winner D’Urberville, and to Klairessa, whose daughter is that most famed of New Zealand broodmares, Eight Carat. The female line goes back to the “Flying Filly” Mumtaz Mahal, via Tessa Gillian, a smart two-year-old and a sister to the important sire, Royal Charger. With that deeper pedigree it can be seen why Golden Horn’s knowledgable and experienced breeder Anthony Oppenheimer felt that it was not a certainty his colt would stay the Derby trip.

Eyes in the skies... an alternative view of the victorious Frankie Dettori flying dismount

classic review Golden Horn follows Group winners Moohaajim and Cape Dollar as the third stakes winner by Cape Cross out of a Kingmambo line mare, and Cape Cross’s son Sea The Stars has already sired stakes winner Sivoliere on the same cross. In fact, Sea The Stars himself is also a product of the broader Cape Cross/Mr. Prospector cross Golden Horn represents. Cape Cross’s sire Green Desert was a stallion bred on a Northern Dancer/Sir Gaylord cross, out of a mare by Ahonoora, a son of Lorenzaccio. Golden Horn’s dam is a Northern Dancer/Sir Gaylord cross, with a second dam by Lorenzaccio.

Qualify: her mother’s daughter

There is even more speed in the sire line of Qualify, who caused a 50-1 upset in the Epsom Oaks (G1) when catching race favourite Legatissimo in the final stride. She is by reverse shuttler Fastnet Rock, a son of Danehill who was a champion sprinter in Australia, and who never won beyond 6f, notching his most prestigious wins in the Lightning Stakes (G1) over the trip, and the Oakleigh Plate (G1) at five and a half furlongs. Fastnet Rock has been an outstanding stallion in Australia – he was champion sire there for 2011-2012 – and has been represented by 19 southern-hemisphere Group 1 winners. He has sired numerous good sprinters and milers in Australia, but has been more versatile as sire than as a racehorse with at least five of his Australia Grade 1 winners scoring in excess of 1m2f. In Europe, Fastnet Rock has had three crops, including current two-year-olds. One gets the impression that he’s primarily been mated in the hope that he’d put speed into staying mares, but in reality it appears that it has been the aptitude of Fastnet Rock’s mates that has had the greater influence. Only one of the seven stakes winners from Fastnet Rock’s first two European crops has scored over a distance at less than a mile. In addition to Qualify, his best European runners include the Derrinstown Stud Derby Trial (G3) scorer Fascinating Rock, La Saldana, who took the Schwarzgold Rennen (G3), and Diamondsandrubies, winner of the Cheshire Oaks (G1), and fourth in this year’s Oaks (G1). There is certainly no lack of stamina in the distaff side of Qualify’s pedigree, her dam Perihelion (Galileo) gained black-type with a

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classic review second in the Park Hill Stakes (G2) at 1m6f. Perihelion has actually produced a previous Oaks winner, of a sort – her Duke Of Marmalade daughter Saltanat, a threequarters-sister to Qualify, won the Ceska Oaks in Czechoslovakia, and also finished second in that country’s St. Leger. Qualify’s grand-dam was also stoutlybred being by another Epsom Derby hero, The Minstrel, out of Epsom Oaks runner-up Media Luna. Bred to Alleged, Media Luna produced Eva Luna, who not only won the Park Hill Stakes (G3), but also produced four other stakes winners headed by Brian Boru, who took the St. Leger (G1) and Racing Post Trophy (G1), and Sea Moon, a Group/Grade 2 winner in England and Australia, who was also runnerup in the Breeders’ Cup Turf (G1). Brian Boru was by Sadler’s Wells, and Sea Moon by that horse’s son Beat Hollow, so both were bred very similarly to Perihelion. Media Luna is also dam of the stakes winning and graded-placed Blushing Groom filly Rougeur, herself dam of a Classic performer in the Kentucky Oaks (G1) victress Flute. Just like Golden Horn, in direct female line, Qualify traces to a mare whose name is enshrined in history. In Qualify’s case this is the “peerless” Pretty Polly, winner of 22 of her 24 starts, including the 1904 renewal of the Oaks. Qualify goes back to Pretty Polly via her sixth dam Lady Sybil, a three-quarters sister to Nearctic, and we’ll note that Nearctic’s son Northern Dancer appears four times in the first five generations of Qualify’s pedigree, two of those crosses coming through the three-quarters brothers Nijinsky and The Minstrel. The other two sources are in Fastnet Rock’s male line, via Danehill and Danzig, and in Qualify’s broodmare sire line, via Galileo’s sire Sadler’s Wells. The success of the Galileo/Danehill cross has been long established through horses such as Frankel, Teofilo, Intello, Roderic O’Connor, Maybe, Noble Mission and Golden Lilac. For Fastnet Rock, reversing it has also paid dividends, producing four stakes winners from only 16 starters, among them Magicool, who took the Queensland Derby (G1) the day after Qualify’s Epsom triumph. Fastnet Rock has also sired four stakes winners out of mares by Sadler’s Wells

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Only one of the seven stakes winners from Fastnet Rock’s first two European crops has scored over a distance at less than a mile himself – the Grade 1 winner First Seal out of a mare by Sadler’s Wells grandson Scenic, and the group winner La Saldana out of a mare by Sadler’s Wells grandson, Singspiel.

Dubawi line French Classic double

With the French 2,000 Guineas having gone to Make Believe by Makfi, the sire line completed a Classic double when the Prix du Jockey-Club (G1) went to the Poule D’Essai des Poulains runner-up New Bay, a son of Makfi’s sire, Dubawi. New Bay is the 12th Group or Grade 1 winner from the first six northernhemisphere crops sired by Dubawi, who has a total of 74 stakes winners and 48 Group/ Graded winners from those crops. He was a top-class miler who didn’t quite get home when third in the Epsom Derby, and his best offspring have been effective anywhere from a mile to a 1m4f. In addition to New Bay and Makfi (who himself gained a Classic score in the 2,000 Guineas), they include another 2,000 Guineas winner in Night Of Thunder, a pair of Dubai World Cup (G1) winners in Prince Bishop and Monterosso, the three-time Group 1winner Al Kazeem, Walpark, successful in the the Deutsches Derby (G1), Poet’s Voice, who took the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes (G1), and Hong Kong star Lucky Nine. Dubawi has also sired three shuttle crops in Australia, and they have produced 20 individual stakes winners – 13 graded, and six Grade 1. New Bay’s dam Cinnamon Bay won the Listed Prix d’Angerville at a mile. She is a three-quarters sister to Zenda, winner of the Poule D’Essai des Pouliches and dam of last year’s star miler Kingman, both are by Zamindar and out of half-sisters. Cinnamon Bay’s dam Trellis Bay is a stakes-placed daughter of Sadler’s Wells, and is also dam of the Group 2-winning and Group 1-placed Bellamy Cay.

Trellis Bay is also a sister to black-type producer Spanish Wells and to Coraline, dam of a trio of Group winners, including the Prix du Cadran (G1) scorer Reefscape. She is also half-sister to a notable pair of Dancing Brave siblings in Wemyss Bight and Hope. Wemyss Bight took the Irish Oaks (G1), and to the cover of Sadler’s Wells produced Trellis Bay’s three-quarters brother Beat Hollow, successful in the Arlington Million (G1), Woodford Reserve Turf Classic (G1), Manhattan Handicap (G1) and Grand Prix de Paris (G1). Hope failed to win, but is dam of a trio of black-type winners, including Zenda, and the important European sire, Oasis Dream. Bahamian, the third dam of New Bay, won the Lingfield Oaks Trial, and was three-times Group placed. She owned a distinctly Classic pedigree being a daughter of Mill Reef and Sorbus. She lacked a black-type win on her catalogue page, but had crossed the line first in the Irish Oaks (G1) before being demoted to second by the stewards. She also finished second in the Irish 1,000 Guineas, the Yorkshire Oaks and Irish St. Leger. In general, we find that crossing a stallion back over mares from his own sire line produces below-opportunity results, but in the case of Dubawi, a great-grandson of Mr. Prospector (via Dubai Millennium and Seeking the Gold), it has paid dividends, perhaps because Dubawi is sufficiently genetically removed that he’s “his own man” rather than just “a Mr. Prospector line horse” That theory is given some credibility by the statistics – there is just one stakes winner from 22 starters by Dubawi out of mares by sons of Mr. Prospector (the Australian Group 1 winner Shamal Wind), but taking the cross one generation further back, there are ten stakes winners, seven Group or Graded, from only 36 starters by Dubawi out of mares by grandsons of Mr. Prospector. There are distinct similarities between both halves of New Bay’s pedigree: Dubawi’s sire is a Mr. Prospector/Northern Dancer cross, and his dam is a Mill Reef/Northern Dancer cross, and when we turn to Cinnamon Bay, we see she is a Mr. Prospector/Northern Dancer cross.

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ZVARKHOVA 3rd Prix de Finlande Listed

TOUNGI 1st Prix de la Champagne Course B

MOT DE PASSE 1st Prix Georges Trabaud Listed

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La Reine Treve The awesome filly has returned to racecourse action looking better than ever, reports an impressed Jocelyn de Moubray

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t may be too early to know how the Classic crop compares, but there can be little doubt that the three leading older horses in Europe were all seen at their best in France this spring. “The Queen Treve”, as Al Shaqab Racing’s dual Arc de Triomphe winner is now called in the French racing press, returned at Saint-Cloud on May 29 and put up probably the second-best performance of her already astonishing career. The Group 2 Prix Corrida, run over 1m2f, attracted a field worthy of a Group 1. The eight runners included Treve as well as two other Group 1 winners in the Prix de l’Opera winner We Are and the Preis der Diana winner Feodora and this trio had to give 4lb to the high-class Group winners Mayhem, Siljan’s Saga, All At Sea and Cocktail Queen. The race was a procession rather than a contest and, after settling beautifully in midfield, Treve and her jockey Thierry Jarnet quickened from a tight position in midstraight and then sauntered away from their rivals to win eased down by 4l. It was close behind as We Are got up in the final strides to take second from Mayhem with Feodora, running a fantastic first race for her new connections Katsumi Yoshida and trainer André Fabre, a length further away in fourth. The beaten horses will in all likelihood dominate the best middle-distances races for fillies and mares throughout the remainder of the season, while if she remains in this form, Treve is surely unbeatable, however good the three-year-olds turn out to be. An elated trainer Criquette Head confirmed after the race that “La Reine Treve” was back to her best and the daughter of Motivator looks set to be as superior to this year’s three-yearolds as she was to those of 2014 and 2013. The Wertheimer brothers’ Solow, another five-old who is trained by Freddy Head,

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Cirrus Des Aigles is perhaps the only horse in training who might be able to beat Treve, as he did in the Ganay in 2014, but their paths are unlikely to cross again confirmed the excellence he had displayed at Meydan with victory in the 1m1f Group 1 Prix d’Ispahan at Longchamp in May and then at Royal Ascot. It was little more than an exercise gallop for the gelded son of Singspiel, once it was obvious that Cirrus Des Aigles was seriously hampered by the firm ground and a broken shoe. Solow coasted home a length and a half and 2l ahead of Gailo Chop and Sparkling Beam. The nine-year-old Cirrus Des Aigles had shown earlier in the year in the Group 1 Prix Ganay over 1m2f at Longchamp that he is still

capable of beating the best when conditions are right and he recorded his sixth Group 1 victory when leading all the way to defeat Al Kazeem and Fate. Cirrus Des Aigles is perhaps the only horse in training who might be able to beat Treve, as he did in the Ganay in 2014, but their paths are unlikely to cross again – Treve will go for the Vermeille and the Arc again, while Cirrus Des Aigles is barred from taking part in both. Two three-year-olds, who did not take part in the Classic races but who showed enough when winning Group 2 races to suggest they

will challenge the best of their generation later in the year, are Impassable and Ampere. The Wertheimer brothers’ Invincible Spirit filly Impassable was well beaten on both her starts at two and looked to be just an ordinary winner until May when the Carlos Laffon Parias-trained filly suddenly began to improve. At the beginning of the month she beat the subsequent Group 1-placed filly Weekela at Chantilly and then displayed a spectacular turn of foot to catch La Berma and win the Group 2 Prix de Sandringham over a mile on the same track. The Galileo colt Ampere didn’t race at two, but is unbeaten in two starts this year and won the Group 2 Prix Hocquart over 1m3f for the Haras de Saint Pair and trainer André Fabre beating Cape Clear Island, who looked unlucky not to be placed in the Jockey-Club. The son of the multiple Grade 1 winner Amorama (Sri Pekan) is being aimed at major targets in the autumn.

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ermany’s leading older horse, Gestüt Schlenderhan’s Ito, has some way to go before getting to become the best in Europe, but he looks to be on the path to do so after two easy wins on his only starts at four. The son of Adlerflug and the Preis der Diana winner Iota has five wins from seven career starts and, aside from one poor run at Baden-Baden last September, has always looked to be a horse of great promise. Ito made all the running in the Group 2 Grosser Preis der Badischen Unternehmer at Baden-Baden in early June and came away from the field to win unchallenged by 4l from Nicolosio, a French Listed winner and Group performer. On this form the Jean Pierre Carvalho-trained colt is ready for international competition. Ito is from the first crop of the German Derby winner Adlerflug, who stands at Gestüt Harzburg. From only around 70 foals in his first two crops the son of In The Wings has made a more than promising start as he has also produced the French Group winner Wunder, Spend The Cash, who was third in the Group 2 behind Ito, and the three-year-old colt Nordic Flight, the winner of the Listed Baden-Baden Derby Trial. Adlerflug has the unusual distinction of winning two Group 1 races by 7l, the Deutsches Derby and then the Deutschland Preis as a fouryear-old. He was then third in the Prix Ganay, only a length behind Vision d’Etat, on his only start at five. Adlerflug’s second dam Alya is a half-sister to Allegretta, the dam of the brilliant mare Urban Sea. The Deutsches Derby will be run in early July and at the time of writing looked to be dominated by two Gestüt Fährhof-bred colts

both trained by Andreas Wohler – Quasillo, a son of Sea The Stars who runs in the stud’s colours, and Karpino. He is a son of Cape Cross and is now owned by Qatar Racing, Quasillo didn’t race at two and after beating another leading Derby candidate, the Monsun colt Shimrano on his debut in Munich in April, won a Group 3 at Hanover without coming off the bridle. Karpino, who is out of a full-sister to the St Leger winner Milan, is unbeaten in three starts and as a three-year-old has won a Group 3 and the Muhl-Melhens-Rennen easily. Both colts are likely to be suited to stepping up to 1m4f. The Preis der Diana is not run until early August and at this stage looks to be more open. The leading contenders include the French Group winner Olorda, a daughter of Lord Of England, who was third in the Group 1 Prix Saint Alary, and the Dylan Thomas filly Nightflower, the winner of the Diana Trial in Berlin. Other possibilities include Gestüt Itlingen’s Lovelyn, a daughter of Tiger Hill who won the Oaks d’Italia getting up in the final strides having been under pressure the whole way up Milan’s long straight, and then two Gestüt Rottgen home-bred fillies – Anna Katharina, who finished a close second to the colt Nordic Flight in the BadenBaden Derby Trial, and Wild Motion. She is a Motivator half-sister to the Group 2 winner Wild Coco, and to the stakes performers Weltmacht, Wilddrossel and Wild Silva and she won her only start to date at Krefeld. This Krefeld maiden run over 1m2f in mid-May with €3,000 to the winner attracted a remarkable field as the second, Salve Estelle, is a Dansili filly out of the Diana winner Salve Regina, while the third was Amazona, a daughter of Dubawi and another German Oaks winner Amarette.


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T had looked a near impossible challenge. In the 37 years since Affirmed had swept the 1978 Triple Crown, 13 horses have lined up in the Belmont Stakes with wins in the Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes only to find the final leg of the coveted series a step too far, writes Nancy Sexton. The Triple Crown has always been a demanding programme, not just because it requires a consistent level of brilliance in three races up to 1m4f staged over just five weeks, but also that it often comes off the back of a gruelling preparation for the Kentucky Derby. In an era where the average American thoroughbred does not relish going further than 1m2f and relies heavily on Lasix, you would be forgiven for thinking that the days of an American Triple Crown winner were behind us. Of course, Ahmed Zayat’s home-bred American Pharoah, who fulfilled the hopes of US racing by finally breaking the Triple Crown drought, is far from being the

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History ahead of him: American Pharoah wins the Kentucky Derby and sets his Triple Crown course

average thoroughbred. The suspicion was there last September when trainer Bob Baffert decided to let him break his maiden in the Del Mar Futurity on only his second start. Another impressive victory in the FrontRunner Stakes at Santa Anita followed and although a minor 11th hour injury prevented his participation in

The sloppy surface at Pimlico did not stop the adapatable son of Pioneerof The Nile in the Preaknesss

Breeders’ Cup Juvenile, so visually impressive were his two Grade 1 victories that he ended the year as America’s champion juvenile colt. His supporters have had no cause to regret their faith since then. Two bloodless wins in the Rebel Stakes and Arkansas Derby – when Victor Espinoza only had to shake the reins to win by 8l – preceded the Kentucky Derby, in which he went off the 29-10 favourite, despite having to contend with an outside draw of 15. Breaking sharply from his inside draw of two, Dortmund set the pace under Martin Garcia narrowly ahead of his old Californian foe Firing Line. American Pharoah pressed the leading pair around the home turn and after a sustained tussle drew away to win by a length and hand Zayat his first Kentucky Derby following the runner-up efforts of Pioneerof The Nile – American Pharoah’s sire – and Nehro. Firing Line, one of just 45 three-year-olds from the first crop of Spendthrift Farm’s Line Of David, ran second, 2l ahead of Dortmund, who held on for third. Visually, the Kentucky Derby was not an easy victory for American Pharoah. Espinoza hit the colt 32 times in the run for the line and was duly criticised. Yet it left no lasting impression – two weeks later, the horse wheeled back into action at Pimlico where he turned the Preakness Stakes into a procession, scoring by 7l from Tale Of Verve. The procession moved on to the Belmont. The Triple Crown has been in agonisingly

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Coolmore reportedly snapped up the stud rights to American Pharoah early in the year – we are only half way into the season and the deal couldn’t look any stronger close reach on several occasions over the past 20 years and Baffert came close himself through Real Quiet and Silver Charm in 1997 and 1998. Only last year, there was hope behind California Chrome, who lined up at Belmont as the authoritative winner of the Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes only to be undone by the stamina-laden trip. On paper, American Pharoah’s ability to get 1m4f was far from cut and dried. On one hand, he is a grandson of Empire Maker, who ended Funny Cide’s own Triple Crown hopes by taking the Belmont Stakes in 2003. He hails from the Fappiano sire line, which has also been responsible for Belmont winners Victory Gallop, Birdstone and Summer Bird. However, any encouragement from his sire line must have been tempered by his female family. His dam Littleprincessemma showed little in two starts up to 6f for Zayat and her first foal, the Maimonides colt Xixixi, is a two-time minor winner over 6f. She is a daughter of Yankee Gentleman, a Listed winner over 6f by Storm Cat and subsequent source of speed (albeit at a minor level), and a half-sister to Storm Wolf, a Grade 2 winner over 7f, and Misty Rosette, a Grade 3 winner over 6f. Yet in the event, supporters needn’t have worried. Settled in front by Espinoza, American Pharoah loped along, ears flicking back and forth, before Kentucky Oaks winner Lovely Maria

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cruising clear to score by five-and-a-half lengths in a time of 2m26.65sec. Frosted, the Kentucky Derby fourth, momentarily loomed as a threat and finished well clear of the third, Keen Ice. Not only was it the sixth fastest Belmont Stakes in history, but American Pharoah ran the final quarter mile in 24.32sec, faster than even Secretariat, whose 31l win in 1973 has ensured he remains the benchmark by which all American stars have since been compared.

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s the undisputed leader among the threeyear-olds, the question is now whether American Pharoah can repeat his domination against older horses. But, for now, fans are revelling in his title as Triple Crown champion. His Belmont victory made it on to the front pages of a number of national publications, while the colt himself made an appearance on NBC’s Today show. For once, US racing was in the news for the right reasons. Thanks to American Pharoah’s exploits his sire, WinStar Farm’s Pioneerof The Nile, is currently one of the year’s top five US stallions. American Pharoah is the sole Grade 1 winner from Pioneerof The Nile’s first two crops, which is a fitting development seeing as Zayat also bred and raced the stallion. Zayat also campaigned one of his first-crop standouts, Grade 2 winner Jojo Warrior. Pioneerof The Nile stood this season for $60,000, a marked increase on the $15,000 he commanded when he shifted to WinStar Farm from Vinery in 2013 – and could well command six figures in 2016. He is the dominant leader

among the third-crop sires – although that admittedly is a particularly underwhelming group overall – and therefore a celebrated representative of his sire Empire Maker, who was exported to stand in Japan in late 2010. At the time of his export, Empire Maker had sired just nine Graded stakes winners – albeit five at Grade 1 level – from four goodsized crops of regally bred foals. Particularly well supported by his breeder Juddmonte Farms, the son of Unbridled did little to reward their hopes; to date, Juddmonte have bred just five stakes winners by the stallion, despite sending him mares of the quality of Hasili, Intercontinental and Stellara. However, since Empire Maker departed Kentucky, his overall record has swelled to 29 Group or Graded stakes winners. By contrast, at the time of writing his first Japanese crop of three-year-olds contains 31 winners from 138 runners. Perhaps it won’t be long until he’s back on Kentucky soil. American Pharoah’s own stud career is already assured to commence at Ashford Stud in Kentucky. Coolmore has made a point of adding American champion juvenile colts to their roster in recent years – namely Lookin’ At Lucky, Uncle Mo, Hansen and Shanghai Bobby. Coolmore reportedly snapped up the stud rights to American Pharoah early in the year – we are only half way into the season and the deal couldn’t look any stronger. While Zayat had the foresight to retain American Pharoah for $300,000 as a yearling, another winner in this story is Summer Wind Farm. Farm owners Frank and Jane Lyons paid $2.1 million for the colt’s dam, Littleprincessemma at last year’s FasigTipton November Sale, and she subsequently foaled a brother to American Pharoah. Then there is Brereton Jones of Airdrie Farm in Kentucky, the breeder of Littleprincessemma who once also stood her sire Yankee Gentleman. In what was a great Derby weekend for Jones, the former Kentucky governor and his trainer Larry Jones also celebrated their third Kentucky Oaks win together within just seven years when Lovely Maria, a daughter of young Airdrie stallion Majesticperfection, ran out the easy winner of this year’s renewal. Acquired privately by Jones after failing to sell for $5,000 as a foal, Lovely Maria is one of eight stakes horses from the first crop of Majesticperfection, yet another exciting son of Harlan’s Holiday after Into Mischief.


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We use Weatherbys statistics detailing the leading British owners by horses to examine some of the changes seen over the last ten years in the ownership ranks

he difficulties faced by Godolphin two years ago have now successfully been forgotten. The fears that Sheikh Mohammed would substantially reduce his racing interests in Britain have safely been put behind us, if judging by the figures revealed on the table on the following page. The number of horses in training through 2014 for owner Godolphin is easily the highest seen in the periods we have looked at (2009 and 2004) and reveals just how important patronage from Dubai is to British racing. While Sheikh Hamdan’s string of horses in training in the three years examined has remained fairly constant (rising only by 100

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british owners from 2004), Godolphin has taken itself to the top of the table numerically with over 600 horses in training, compared to 362 in 2009 and just 287 in 2004. The continued dominance of Newmarket as a training centre is also clearly identified with the top seven numerical owners in 2014 listing their base as in Suffolk. The location bisas of Newmarket is a unchanged trend throughout the years examined. The rise of Qatar Racing Ltd as a force in British racing has been rapid – despite having only been first registered as an owner in 2011, the ownership vehicle listed 173 horses in training though 2014, was a top four owner numverically and you can bet the figures have increased again for 2015. In the top ten, Cheveley Park Stud appears as the only domestic Flat racing concern and its numbers have remained constant. JP McManus, unsurprisingly, is listed as the leading NH owner and has been JP McManus: at the head of NH affairs

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Owners by numbers of horses in training: Owner 1 Godolphin Management Company Ltd 2 Hamdan Al Maktoum 3 K. Abdullah 4 Qatar Racing Limited 5 Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Al Maktoum 6 S. Manana 7 Cheveley Park Stud Limited 8 J. P. McManus 9 T. S. Palin 10 M. Prince 11 Habton Farms 12 Bloomfields 13 Al Shaqab Racing UK Limited 14 Mr & Mrs Paul & Clare Rooney 15 Brian Ellison 16 Mrs F. H. Hay 17 M. R. Channon 18 Highclere Thoroughbred Racing Ltd 19 Sheikh J. D. Al Maktoum 20 Saleh Al Homaizi & Imad Al Sagar 21 R. A. Fahey 22 Straightline Construction Ltd 23 Mrs E. M. Burke 24 A. W. Black 25 Her Majesty The Queen 26 Dr M. B. Q. S. Koukash 27 J. Wade 28 J. S. Moore 29 S. Ali 30 Mr A. J. Hill 31 J. C. Smith 32 T. J. Hemmings 33 Miss S. R. Haynes 34 Mr G. Baker 35 H. R. H. Princess Haya of Jordan 36 Mrs S. J. Smith 37 C. N. Wright 38 H.E. Sheikh J. B. H. B. K. Al Thani 39 A. D. Spence 40 Miss K. Rausing 41 Al Asayl Bloodstock Ltd 42 Sheikh Mohammed Obaid Al Maktoum 43 Mrs S. Magnier 44 Helmsley Bloodstock Limited 45 P. J. Dixon 46 Mark Johnston Racing Ltd 47 Sheikh Ahmed Al Maktoum 48 R. E. R. Williams 49 Stittenham Racing 50 Mrs J. F. Hughes

2014 Nos of horses 604 394 183 173 172 156 153 153 148 147 125 125 100 89 83 77 74 73 73 71 67 65 63 62 62 62 61 57 57 56 55 55 54 52 49 48 47 46 46 46 45 45 45 44 44 44 44 44 44 43

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Hamdan Al Maktoum Godolphin Management Company Ltd Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Al Maktoum K. Abdullah J. P. McManus Cheveley Park Stud Limited S. Manana Andrea & Graham Wylie J. H. Johnson H. R. H. Princess Haya of Jordan J. Alharbi Sheikh Ahmed Al Maktoum T. J. Hemmings R. E. R. Williams Dr M. B. Q. S. Koukash Horses First Racing Ltd M. R. Channon Findlay & Bloom S. Ali M. W. Easterby Habton Farms J. A. Osborne Miss S. R. Haynes Mr P. W. Harris M. R. Green Highclere Thoroughbred Racing Ltd M. A. Brittain J. Wade T. S. Palin J. C. Smith M. C. Denmark Mrs F. H. Hay S. H. Altayer D. A. Johnson A. D. Spence M. Prince Lord Daresbury P. W. Harris Saif Ali & Saeed H. Altayer Sir R. Ogden C.B.E., LLD P. L. Winkworth Mrs S. J. Smith R. A. Fahey Brian Ellison Her Majesty The Queen Mountgrange Stud Ltd A. Berry R. C. Tooth Mrs S. Magnier Ballymacoll Stud Farm Ltd

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throughout, joined temporarily in the 100+ club in 2009 by the Wylies and former trainer Howard Johnson. The rapid growth of Bloomfields as a NH entity mirrors that of Qatar’s development in the Flat sphere, the John Ferguson-training vehicle now being the predominate domestic NH owner. On a jumping front two points are of interest – on the one hand, the emerging force of Clare and Paul Rooney, yet on the other the reduction that other important jumping owners have made in their NH strings, part of the wider well-documented fall in NH ownership. In total, 13 ownership concerns had over 100 horses registered in 2014 – a constant with 2004. A dip appeared in 2009 probably due to that year’s economic difficulties. Those 13 in 2014 had 2,633 horses in training, an increase of just over 1,600 in 2009 and 1,900 in 2004. Mick Channon: the trainer also owns a stud

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H amdan Al Maktoum H.H. Sheikh Mohammed Al Maktoum Godolphin Management Company Ltd K . Abdullah The Late Maktoum Al Maktoum Cheveley Park Stud Limited Sheikh Ahmed Al Maktoum J. P. McManus A. Saeed Jumeirah Racing D. A. Johnson M. W. Easterby J. Alharbi P. C. Haslam P. J. Dixon M. C. Pipe T. J. Hemmings P. W. Harris Sir R. Ogden C.B.E., LLD W. E. Sturt Lucayan Stud Ltd Andrea & Graham Wylie Her Majesty The Queen S. Manana Ashleybank Investments Limited J. C. Smith M. R. Channon T. D. Easterby Highclere Thoroughbred Racing Ltd H.E. Sheikh R. Al Maktoum M. Tabor E. A. Cyzer C. J. Mann R. C. Bond T. G. Mills Mr M. Harris H. H. Aga Khan J. Wade D. W. Chapman A. Berry Mrs Joyce Wood R. C. Tooth B. V. Sangster I. A. Balding Miss K. Rausing Lord Daresbury Neardown Stables N. R. Shields Black Hills Stud Limited I. A. Wood

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Location Norfolk Suffolk Suffolk Suffolk Berkshire Suffolk Suffolk Co. Limerick Suffolk Suffolk Essex North Yorkshire Suffolk North Yorkshire Nottinghamshire Somerset Lancashire Hertfordshire West Yorkshire London Suffolk Tyne and Wear Norfolk Suffolk Dumfriesshire Hampshire Berkshire North Yorkshire Berkshire Suffolk Co. Tipperary West Sussex Berkshire North Yorkshire Surrey Gloucestershire France Cleveland North Yorkshire Lancashire Berkshire London Wiltshire Berkshire Suffolk Cheshire Berkshire Kent London Berkshire

Middleham Park is becoming a significantly important player Our top 50 had 4,725 ownership concerns last year – around 40 per cent of the total number of horses in training (a slightly skewed stat remembering that this table includes shares in horses as total entities) – just 700-odd more than in 2004. The recent growth of Godolphin almost by itself taking up most of that increase. The development of Middleham Park Racing – active purchasers at the yearling and horse in training sales, is identified by the multiple ownership of Tim Palin and Church as the partnership’s registered owners. Middleham Park is becoming a significantly important player and is producing an interesting development in the concept of syndicate-managed, joint ownership. Trainers, such as Tim Easterby (Habton Farms), Mick Channon, Brian Ellison, Richard Fahey all known for buying strongly at the yearling sales, trade stock or have stud concerns of their own, all have significant numbers of horses listed under their names at some point through the year. Although these figures are total owned throughout the year, and lists shares and legs as one ownership, the tables reveal just how much investment racehorse trainers need to make on an annual basis into horses in their yards, possibly why it is so difficult for trainers to make a profit, and how skewed British racing is for this to be a necessity. It probably also identifies that for trainers to make money at their business they need to trade horses and aim to make profit on sales. Of course, there are names that have come and gone through the years as owners have increased or decreased their strings and of course there are some sad losses. The 2004 table reveals just what an effect Maktoum Al Maktoum’s death had in 2006, while 2004 was the year that we lost Robert Sangster and his hugely important impact on the development of the British racing. Notes: 1: The tables total up the number of horses owned at any stage in the year 2: A horse is included in the total for the nominated partners in a partnership


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ronnie arculli The highest-earning British racehorse Red Cadeaux has a legion of fans around the world. He is seen here with jockey GĂŠrald MossĂŠ after his Hong Kong Vase win in 2012. The horse has not won a race since then, but has gathered Group 1 runner-up spots in Dubai, Randwick and twice at Flemington

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Why do people own racehorses? And why do some have their horses trained on the other side of the world...? Paul Haigh discusses the reasons behind international ownership in a chat with Red Cadeaux’s owner Ronnie Arculli

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aying that Ronald Arculli is a prominent Hong Kong citizen is a bit like saying a whale is quite a large animal. The Hon. Ronald Joseph Arculli, GBM, GBS, CVO, OBE, a Catholic of Indian/ Chinese descent, was born January 2, 1939. He is a former member of the Hong Kong Executive Council; a senior partner in King, Wood, Mallesons, one of the world’s biggest law firms; the only person ever to have been chairman of both the Hong Kong Stock Exchange and of Hong Kong’s most prestigious club, The Hong Kong Jockey Club (HKJC). He is, in short, a very big fish in the very big pond that is Hong Kong – and has been for as long as most people can remember. He is also, more importantly for readers of International Thoroughbred, the man who owns Red Cadeaux as well as a long list of lesser “Reds” who have played notable roles in history since. As they say in some parts of the racing world, since God’s dog was a pup. Ronnie, as he likes to be called, has a fund of racing memory in many countries dating back to the 1950s. He is therefore one of the best people on earth to ask an intriguing question central to this sport: “What makes people who can do so spend their money on owning racehorses?” First though, a dip into one or two of those racing memories which, in themselves perhaps, give answers to this question that even the most eloquent might find difficult to answer neatly. “I actually grew up in the Happy Valley area and my maternal grandfather used to own horses, but I didn’t

start taking a really active interest in racing until I was studying in London in 1959,” he recalls. “At law school (Lincoln’s Inn) I had close friends who were very sports orientated – racing and football in particular – and after a while I used to have the odd flutter. I enjoyed picking outsiders whom I thought had a chance. “I came back and started practising in Hong Kong and in 1961 applied for membership in the Club [the HKJC] only to be turned down! They said that at the age of 22 I was not yet a responsible enough person to be a member”. This amused him then and still does: “What they were saying in effect was that I was a responsible enough person to be defending people charged with murder, but not responsible enough for membership of the Hong Kong Jockey Club! “In 1965 they relented Ronnie Arculli: “a very big fish in the very big pond of Hong Kong”

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River Verdon didn’t make an impact in the US, but that foray whet my appetite for overseas racing

The one who started it all off and whose Hong Kong records have yet to be eclipsed, River Verdon

though, and I joined with my friend Oswald Chung and one other. Ossie and I immediately took up the idea of owning in partnership and over the years we owned quite a few horses in England as well as in Hong Kong. Well… let’s fast forward a little – we owned a few good horses and then in the 1990s we got one of the most successful horses in Hong Kong racing history”. River Verdon, whose stuffed remains still stand in the Happy Valley racecourse museum, was the first, and is still the only, horse ever to win the Hong Kong Triple Crown of Derby, Hong Kong Gold Cup and Champions and Chater Cup. He was also the first horse trained in Hong Kong, where racing only turned professional in the 1970s, thought to be worthy of taking on the stars of other more established and developed of the world’s racing jurisdictions. “He was a horse I bred by Be My Native out of a Welsh Pageant mare Tujenu. I owned 25 per cent, another chap owned 25 per cent and Ossie owned 50 per cent. Then the third partner said ‘You can have this

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one’, so I bought him out,” smiles Arculli. “We sent the horse to Robert Armstrong at Newmarket as a yearling, then brought him over here to Hong Kong as a two-year-old. It was Ossie’s choice to call him River Verdon after a river he liked in France. “He was a dark grey, almost black horse,” Arculli recalls affectionately. “He got into a little bit of trouble as a two-year-old when he cut his mouth on a hay basket, so his debut as a three-year-old was delayed. “When he did run, he came out of the gates so slowly he was almost tailed off, but then he just blitzed the entire field at Happy Valley and won as he liked. He went on to win six in a row that year. The following year he won the Derby [the HK Derby is a race for four-yearolds]. And by that time, Ossie had become chairman of the Club. “Verdon went on to win 16 races altogether including the Champions and Chater four times and the Hong


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The search for an international champion drives Arculli’s ownership... Ed: keep working at it Charlie Gordon-Watson (pictured)

Kong Gold Cup three times”. But Arculli had always wanted to own a Hong Kong-trained horse capable of competing with the best overseas. “In those days we had a lot to learn in Hong Kong” he reminds himself, “but we wanted to take the others on, so we sent River Verdon to Chicago for the Arlington Million because his sire had run in that race”. (The Million also fits well with the Hong Kong summer break). “River Verdon didn’t make an impact in the US, but that foray whet my appetite for overseas racing and my cousin who was living in Australia at the time said, ‘Ronnie, you must come and see the Melbourne Cup. It is the most amazing race in the world. You won’t believe the attention it gets and how it really is the race that stops the nation’. “So we decided River Verdon would go to Melbourne, but first the Club had to put on a special race over 2,500m to enable him to qualify and I’m afraid it cost the Club around HK$5 million to do so because of the

guaranteed payout rule. “At Flemington he ran well for 2,800 of the 3,000 metres. Then his stamina ran out completely and he finished either last or second last. But Australia did reexamine their conditions for entry and I’d like to think Verdon’s attempt was a pioneering one that started the race on the road to where it is today.”

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he story fast-forwards from that debut mission to the 21st century. “Now after many years there is a sequel to it because I’ve just bought a horse who’s closely related to River Verdon at the Craven Breeze Up Sales,” reports the owner. “I told Charlie [Gordon-Watson who’s been his bloodstock agent for many years] that I wanted to make an emotional purchase. He said he liked him and we got him for 90,000gns. “Now I’m thinking of bringing him to Hong Kong. I don’t suppose he’ll be able to emulate Verdon, but it will

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Red Clubs: won the Sprint Cup (G1) for Arculli. Sadly, he died just two seasons into a promising stud career

It is absolutely not an ego trip in any way whatsoever. It’s the fun. It’s the enjoyment of the friendships... those are the motivations that never go away be good to give him a try. “I’ve always had a passion for international racing and River Verdon opened my eyes to what might be possible if you had the right horse.” So the relatively tiny prize-money in Britain wasn’t a major contributor to that decision? “No. I know the European racing scene is high cost, but the rewards of winding up with a champion are so high that they make up for it if that’s your dream. “And that’s the thing that’s always driven me along. You’ve got to have that passion, that dream that one day you’ll have a great champion. Over the years I’ve been reasonably lucky with both people and horses. I’ve been associated with some very good examples of both.” Is that luck or judgement? “A bit of both perhaps,” he grins. It would be disingenuous to pretend not to notice that wealth too has to play a part? “Well, it’s very difficult to compete at the sales these days with some of the big owners.” You’d need a country with an oil well? “Several oil wells!” he corrects He came close to the sort of champion he dreams of in Red Clubs, winner of the Group 1 Haydock Sprint Cup whom he sold to stand at stud, but whose career as a stallion sadly lasted only two years. Arculli has never quite reached the pinnacle that he seeks – and perhaps all owners seek – in the form of

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the kind who can prowl the earth almost without fear of defeat. He is, however, now the owner of one who is, by almost any measurement, the most popular racehorse on earth. So that maybe is some compensation. Red Cadeaux is not the greatest horse alive. Even his most devoted fans in Australia, Japan, Hong Kong and elsewhere know that. But he is an unquestionable phenomenon, a globetrotter who has left his homeland of England no less than 26 times and, primarily through a second in the Dubai World Cup and three second places in the world’s toughest handicap, has accumulated more prize-money than any other horse – and yes, that does include Frankel – ever trained in Britain. His owner seems to feel a different kind of affection for this magnificent chestnut warrior from the kind he reserves for what is obviously his first great equine love, River Verdon. “We keep thinking his career must be nearly over. He keeps coming back, but he must be getting near the end now,” he says simply. What with the difficulty of matching the almost almost infinite spending power of some rivals at the sales and perhaps the sheer effort of going to see them run, Arculli thinks that it may soon be time to cut down on his own string of horses around the world, but you don’t get the impression he feels any urgency to do so. How much does Red Cadeaux, now with nearly £5 million to his name in terms of prize-money, contribute to his owner’s ownership expenses? “Oh, almost all of it” he says, perhaps as a joke. And so to the big question: what makes a man with so much to do and so much done outside racing want to spend money on horses? Is it at least partly ego driven? “No”, he doesn’t like that at all. “It is absolutely not an ego trip in any way whatsoever. It’s the fun. It’s the enjoyment of the friendships. And it’s the desire to one day have a great international champion. Those are the motivations that never go away.”


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Last year was a record-breaker for the art market, and 2015 has kicked off in the same vein nce again the strong year enjoyed in the thoroughbred industry was replicated in the world of high-end art. In fact, it was another record-achieving year for the art market – and there is no sign of things slowing down with two records already broken in 2015.

When Will You Marry by Paul Gauguin

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This February, an anonymous buyer spent $300 million (£197 million), a record sum spent on a piece of art, on the private purchase of When Will You Marry, a 1892 oil painting by Paul Gauguin. It is believed that Qatari interests, posssibly the Qatar Museum, is behind the purchase. In May, the record price at auction was shattered by the sale of Picasso’s Women Of Algiers, sold at the Christie’s New York Sale entitled “Looking Forward to the Past of Impressionist, Modern and Contemporary Art.” The painting sold for $179.3 million (£115 million) – and again was purchased anonymously. It is the second time that Christie’s has sold this particular Picasso painting; in 1997, it was offered by the celebrated Ganz collection and sold for $31.9 million against an estimate of $10-12 million. In eight years, it’s value has increased just over five and a half times. The previous record for any work of art sold at auction was $142.4 million, also at Christie’s New York, set in 2013 for Francis Bacon’s Three Studies of Lucian Freud, while the previous best price given for a work by Picasso was $106 million for Nude, Green Leaves and Bust (1932), at Christie’s New York in May 2010.

At that same sale as the Picasso’s record breaker, Alberto Giacometti’s life-sized sculpture Pointing Man set a new record for a piece of sculpture sold when it fetched $141.3 million (£90 million), beating the previous best by $7 million. Eight other artist records were set at the “Looking Forward to the Past of Impressionist, Modern and Contemporary Art” sale.

Continuing trends

The strong prices are a continuation of a theme from 2014, and in Artprice’s The Art Market in 2014, president Thierry Ehrmann said: “The global fine art market posted a new record level of activity in 2014 with a total auction turnover of $15.2 billion, up 26 per cent compared with 2013 and more than 300 per cent compared with a decade earlier. “This growth was largely driven by the Chinese market and the Chinese economy, but also by an intensification of the ultrahigh end segment of the western art market.” That ultra-high end art market is headed by an elite of US, European and Asian investors, as well as by a growing number of players from the Middle East and Latin America.


the art market At the end of 2013, the global population of High Net Worth Individuals (HNWIs) (those with investable wealth greater than $1 million) was approximately 13.7 million, advancing 15 per cent on the previous year. Their combined wealth grew by 14 per cent to $53 trillion. The most popular investments for HNWIs in 2014 were jewellery, gems and watches, while antiques and collectibles was the second-most popular segment worldwide at 21 per cent. Art was ranked third with a 17 per cent share of spend. In total, 70 per cent of all dealer sales in 2014 were to private collectors. With a combination of the geographical expansion of the market, the growth of the internet, the ongoing development of the major auction houses’ distribution networks, historically low interest rates, the perception that the acquisition of art is a status symbol, the increasing media interest in art, not to mention the pure love of art itself… all the conditions existing to keep prices on the art market high, or push them even higher. The 21st century has also seen

Picasso’s Women Of Algiers set a world record for a painting sold at auction when fetching $179.3 million

the emergence of the “museum industry” as a genuine segment of economic activity. More new museums were created between 2000 and 2015 than during the entire 19th and

20th centuries. In recent years and particularly in the Greater Asia region, the rate of new museum openings is one per day, and the segment is regularly referred to as the museum

industry attracting museum tourism. The era of 19th century curational stagnation is belived to be behind us. The museum industry is clearly one of the

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• The global art market reached a total of over €51 billion in 2014, an increase of 7% over 2013, and the highest level ever recorded. • The distribution of sales by value in the global art market was dominated by the three major art markets: the US (39%); China (22%); and the UK (also 22%). • Approximately 1,530 lots were sold at auction for over €1 million in 2014 (this includes 96 lots for more than €10 million), up nearly 17% from 2013. • The dealer sector was estimated to account for around 52 per cent of the global art and antiques market by value, or some €26.4 billion in 2014. • In 2014 postwar and contemporary art was the largest sector of the fine art market, representing 48% of all fine art sales by value. Auction sales of postwar and contemporary art reached €5.9 billion, up 19% on 2013 and the highest total ever recorded. • The US was the key center worldwide for sales of postwar and contemporary art with a share of 46% of the market by value. • Sales of modern art were the second largest, accounting for 28% of the global fine art auction market with auction sales of €3.3 billion. • In 2014, there were 180 major art fairs with an international element, covering fine and decorative art. The top 22 fairs generated visitors in excess of one million. • Sales made at fairs accounted for a reported 40% of all dealer sales in 2014 or an estimated €9.8 billion • In 2014, sales of art online were estimated conservatively to have reached €3.3 billion, or around 6% of global art and antiques sales by value.

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Artist: Paul Gauguin Seller: Rudolf Staechelin family Date: February 2015 Buyer: Unknown Auction: Private sale

driving factors behind the spectacular growth of the art market. As a general rule, a museum needs a minimum of 3,000 to 4,000 museum quality works to be credible – and that requires a high level of purchase. With a number of major projects under development on different continents around the world, museum-fuelled demand for art is likely to drive the art market upwards for a long time to come.

$263.1m

Market overview

Most expensive

art work $300m

Nafea Faa Ipoipo (When Will You Marry?)

In terms of transaction numbers, the number of artworks sold in the world remained at a stable level of 505,000. In 2014, China returned to its global leader position with total auction turnover of $5.66 billion, despite sales falling by five per cent from 2013. In the west, the art market posted spectacular progression, especially in the US with growth registering 21 per cent. The world’s most powerful economy retains its second place on the art market some $800 million behind China. With a 2014 auction turnover of $4.88 billion, the US posted its best-ever auction market total. The UK remained in third with a turnover of $2.87 billion, up by 35 per cent on the previous year, ahead of France ($496 million, down by ten per cent), Germany ($219 million, up by three per cent), Switzerland ($146 million, eight per cent fall) and Italy ($123 million, increase of 11 per cent).

The Card Players

Artist: Paul Cézanne Date: April 2011 Seller: George Embiricos Buyer: State of Qatar Auction: Private

$164.4m No.5, 1948

Artist: Jackson Pollock Date: November 2006 Seller: David Geffen Buyer: David Martinez Auction: Private

$161.5m Woman III

Artist: Wille de Kooning Date: November 2006 Seller: David Geffen Buyer: Steven Cohen Auction: Private

$157.5m Le Rêve

Artist: Pablo Picasso Date: March 2013 Seller: Steve Wynn Buyer: Steven Cohen Auction: Private

Top end in 2014

$158.5m

Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I

Artist: Gustav Klimt Date: June 2006 Seller: Maria Altmann Buyer: Ronald Lauder, Neue Galeriea Auction: Private

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Giacometti’s Pointing Man shattered the record price for a sculpture fetching $141.3 million beating the previous record of $104.3 million for the same artist’s Walking Man

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Last year also witnessed another remarkable record: the number of results above a million dollars reached 1,679, four times the total achieved just 10 years earlier and equivalent to the combined number from 2004 to 2006. And while million-dollar


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Buyers are increasingly willing to invest in works by their contemporaries, including young artists – sometimes those even under 30 results increased in volume, they also grew in intensity: 116 works sold above $10 million around the world in 2014, up more than 500 per cent versus 10 years earlier – in 2005 there were only 18.

Most popular artists in 2014

Of the most sought-after signatures, two Chinese and eight Western artists share the 2014 Top 10, with Andy Warhol’s sales of $569 million the highest annual total ever recorded by any artist. The American Pop Art star left Pablo Picasso – a result that now looks as though it will be rectified this year – a long way behind with a total of $375 million for 2014 sales, followed by Francis Bacon with $270 million (+$74 million compared with 2013), Gerhard Richter with $254 million, Mark Rothko with $249 million and Claude Monet in sixth place with $222 million. The Chinese artist Qi Baishi was in seventh place with $206 million, ahead of Alberto Giacometti on $205 million and Zhang Daqian with $193 million (vs. $291 million in 2013). The ranking closes with the US artist Jeff Koons, who totalled more than $149 million. Of the 10 artists listed in the ranking, two are living artists, reflecting a certain rejuvenation of the art market. Buyers are increasingly willing to invest in works by their contemporaries, including young artists – sometimes under 30. The auction prices of the new stars of the contemporary sector can easily double within two or three years.

Internet buyers

In its lower echelons, investment below £10,000, the art market is expanding every year, largely driven by the exponential development of online sales. Client portfolios around the world are growing rapidly; the top auction companies are receiving applications to participate in online auction sales from nearly 200 countries, mainly thanks to mobile internet.

The new “mobile internet” economic model is a development that has received a massive boost from the very recent arrival on the market of “silver surfers’, rich over-50s who enjoy and collect art and who today represent the primary users and buyers via mobile devices. For this population, internet has become the primary hunting ground for artworks in the world, particularly via tablets and phablets which perfectly suit senior lifestyles. The latest market research data in 2015 indicates that the most intense users of mobile internet are now the over-50s in the higher socio-professional categories.

Most expensive

sculpture

$141.3m

L’Homme au Doigt

Artist: Alberto Giacometti Seller: Sheldon Solow Date: May 2015 Buyer: Anonymous Auction: Christie’s, US

$104.3m

L'Homme qui marche I

Artist: Alberto Giacometti Seller: Commerzbank Date: February 2010 Buyer: Lily Safra Auction: Sotheby's, London

$59.5m Tête

Artist: Amedeo Modigliani Date: June 2010 Seller: Gaston Levy Buyer: Private Auction: Christie's, Paris

$58.4m

Balloon Dog

Artist: Jeff Koons Date: November 2013 Seller: Private collection Buyer: Private Auction: Christie's, New York

$57.2m Guennol Lioness

Artist: Unknown Date: December 2007 Seller: Alastair Bradley Martin Buyer: Private Auction: Sotheby's, New York

$53.3m

Grande tête mince

Andy Warhol: achieved record sales in 2014 for one artist in one year

Artist: Alberto Giacometti Date: May 2010 Seller: Sidney F. Brody Buyer: Private Auction: Christie's, New York

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China: a valuable passion for art Racing and the luxury market would do well to look at how popular art collecting has become amongst Chinese “High Net Worth Individuals”

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hina has been hovering on the horizons of many in the racing industry for the past ten years, viewed as the great hope for the future. And, indeed, with the help of a number of “interested” parties such as the Dubai Racing Club, Coolmore and The China Horse Club, initiatives have been taking place through the staging of informal meetings, as the development of racecourses of varying sizes around the country, as well the staging of associated meetings outside of it in Singapore. Of course, much of the country’s future progression in the sport hinges on whether the communist government will ever legalise gambling and although slight steps have been made in this direction, it is difficult to gauge whether this will ever become a reality. China’s attraction to the racing industry is obviously due to its huge population – 1.357 billion at the last count and making up a

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fifth of the world’s population. It is also a very wealthy one and one that likes a bet. Although there has been some slowing of the economy over the last year or two, growth falling to a record low of 1.3 per cent in the first quarter of 2015 compared to a record high of 2.50 per cent in the second quarter of 2011 (www.tradingeconomics), the nation is still home to about 2.7 million High Net Worth Individuals (HNWI) each of whom has assets of at least $0.95 million. And, the number of Ultra-High Net Worth

China’s attraction to the racing industry is obviously due to its huge population – 1.357 billion at the last count

individuals (UHNWI), each with personal assets worth over $15.8 million, reached 63,500 (www.chinainternetwatch.com). China’s UHNW population is still in the early stages of a cycle of wealth creation and accumulation – less than 10 per cent of the population having inherited any of their wealth. China has the largest share of selfmade UHNW individuals, and at an average age of 53, China’s UHNW population is the youngest of all the larger nations. These individuals are still increasing their wealth and are open to many new ideas meaning that there is plenty of room for continued growth, something that the luxury brands have been keen to tap into. Chinese UHNW individuals are expected to spend nearly US$6 billion on luxury goods (excluding real estate and services) this year and long term prospects for Chinese UHNW population and wealth growth remain strong. According to the Wealth-X World Ultra


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Yacht purchasing (88%) claims the highest percentage share of the luxury spend, with art third on 37.9%. Racehorses are not listed in the table below

Division of UHNW luxury spend Annual UHNW Spend *

% share of luxury market

Total 234 Yachts 22 88.0 Private Aviation 23 82.1 Art 25 37.9 Jewellery / Watches 25 35.2 Home 8 28.1 Travel / Hospitality 45 22.5 Apparel 15 20.0 Accessories 12 14.1 Food 7 11.8 Wines / Spirits 8 10.1 Automobiles 40 8.9 Other fashion 1 8.5 Beauty 4 6.5 *US $ billion Wealth X: World Ultra Wealth Report 2014

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Wealth Report 2012 - 2013, Asian UHNW wealth is expected to grow an average of 7.9 per cent annually during the next five years. China is expected to contribute the bulk of this growth. As China’s urbanisation push continues and its middle-class grows, its economy is expected to complete its transformation from an investment-driven model to a consumption-lead model. This transformation is expected to accelerate and amplify the growth in its UHNW population and luxury spending The horseracing industry as well as those companies with an eye on China, may need only do one thing – imitate the progress that the art market has already made in the region. Over 60 per cent of HNWIs in China are collectors – in particular watches seem to be favourite – however the growth interest in art has been phenomenal and according to Arttactic, China houses the fastest growing contemporary art market in the world. The 2014 global art market was dominated by the three major art markets of the US (39 per cent), China (22 per cent) and the UK (22 per cent), with China leading the way (according to artprice.com) by turnover. In 2014, China returned to that global leader position with total auction turnover

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of $5.66 billion, down five per cent down versus 2013. From a segment perspective, China’s contemporary art market showed the sharpest contraction (-14%); but traditional painting and calligraphy, which represents 84.3 pen of the Chinese art market, also showed signs of fatigue (-3.9%).

The boom in Chinese collecting, like the boom in the Chinese economy, has upset traditional art world rules, compressing decades of change into just a few years. Young, often Western-educated family members are taking their parents away from purchasing traditional ink paintings,

From the Christie’s Shanghai and Hong Kong exhibition “The Art of the Horse” . Grooms shoeing a horse, attributed to Mukhlis, Mughal India, circa 1585-90. Gouache heightened with gold on paper, two grooms wearing colourful robes shoe a bay horse whilst another holds the reins © Christie’s Images Limited 2015

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asia and art calligraphy and ceramics, and steering them to contemporary artists, both Chinese and foreign. And greater mixing of cultures has opened up new avenues for collecting for young Chinese and their families. It has led to a new generation of entrepreneurs snapping up works by international contemporary art stars amassing major and museum-worthy collections. “The strong purchasing power of mainland Chinese buyers fueled by their increasing

IN 2004, there were three Chinese billionaires on the Hurun Rich List. Now there are 354 – 388 if you include billionaires in Hong Kong. There are also 60,000 Chinese people worth at least $200 million

wealth contributes to the persistent, strong art market in recent years,” reported Kevin Ching, chief executive officer of Sotheby’s Asia, to Artnews. “Chinese participation started in 2005, and, in terms of percentage by hammer, has increased from five per cent in early 2005.” Christophe W. Mao of Chambers Fine Art in New York and Beijing said to artnews: “This younger generation of Chinese collectors is much more aware of what’s going on in the world and more open-minded.

Ground-breaking Asian equine art exhibition

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AST YEAR Christie’s opened its first branch in Shanghai and the company’s The Art of the Horse exhibition was held to mark the opening. The exhibition featured equine work from Asia and the west, contemporary work and ancient, jewellery and sculpture and painting. It was held in Shanghai for two weeks in October and then moved onto Hong Kong for a week in November. The horse as a theme was chosen, in part, because last year was the Chinese year of the horse, however as John Stainton, international director and co-curator of the exhibition, explains there was more to it than that. “The year of the horse was certainly a factor, but not completely the raison d’etre behind choosing

A Celadon jade horse head-hilted dagger, Qing Dynasty 17th – 18th Century © Christie’s Images Limited 2015

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the horse as a theme,” said Stainton. “By choosing the theme of the horse we were able to put together something we’d never done in quite such an ambitious fashion. “There were 57 works and they ranged from antiquities, ancient Greek and Roman, right through to two or three works that were produced for exhibition by contemporary artists. “We had a complete run of works through the ages as well as allowing us to encompass western work, Asian work, South American – it was totally cross category, and all around the theme of the horse.” As Stainton admits it was a pretty big challenge for even a company such as Christie’s to undertake. “It was pretty ambitious and took a year to put together, we took everything from small jade to large-scale bronze sculpture, yet from a company point of view it was fascinating to put together something that represented just about every department in the company, it was a really interesting exercise,” he enthuses. “It was an international exhibition in as far as we promoted the exhibition around the world, but we only showed it in its entirety in Shanghai and Hong Kong, though we had mini previews in London and New York. “It was a private selling exhibition, so it wasn’t an auction, all the works were available for private sale. Of the 56 pieces in the exhibitions we sold 28 to 13 different countries

with just over half of the sales being to Asianbased clients. “We did take a huge amount of care in selecting what we took and we tried to take particularly good and nice examples of things in different categories at different price points. “Our lowest-valued items included a couple of fun little Warhol prints at around $8,000 a piece, but we also had a couple of pieces at $3 million, it was a really broad range.” Sales were not the only positive outcome from the exhibition. “From a curatorial point of view we were able to show western or non-Asian work alongside examples that might be perhaps more obviously familiar to the local market,” adds Stainton. “It fostered interested dialogues and interesting comparisons and juxtapositions – and I have to say it was really, really exciting. “It was fun, we learnt a great deal and some of the contemporary pieces sold very well, but we also made sales that we had been hopeful of making without necessarily expecting to. “For example, a Stubbs sold to a client in China, and there was clearly a natural affinity with the clients to some of the older work in the exhibitions.” As we have seen the level of interest in art, history and collectibles in China is unabated and this trend was also strongly felt at The Art of the Horse. “The antiquities that we had, there was a group around five or six, there was huge


asia and art “They are not just looking at Chinese artists; they look at art as more globalised. “It’s not like a western collector who starts going to museums in elementary school and grows up with this knowledge,” he says. “When you grow up in China, the art education has been very limited, not just western art, but Chinese art as well. They have a lot to do to catch up.” China is in an enviable position, boasting a high level of market confidence, youthful vigor and a record of continued growth

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in comparison to other markets. China’s vivacity as an art market can be attributed to its unique bi-focus: the more westernfocused Hong Kong market (controlled predominantly by Christie’s and Sotheby’s) and the mainland market, defined by China’s own Poly Auction and China Guardian. The traditional major auction firms clearly wish to ensure that they keep a hold on the Asian expansion and Christie’s have made moves to ensure that the market does not slip out from under their noses.

“The Start of the Goodwood Gold Cup”, 1831. Featuring Lord Chesterfield’s Priam, His Majesty King William IV’s Fleur de Lis and Mr. Stonehewer’s Variation By John Frederick Herring © Christie’s Images Limited 2015

interest in those. There is a great reverence for history and the past in Asia, it was a really fascinating and rewarding exercise,” reports Stainton. “The market tends to be very informed, and if you are showing a work to client in China, even though they may not immediately be familiar with the artist or even the category, they’ll want to have chapter and verse, and then they will probably go away and do their own research.” “What we find everytime we have an initiative like this in China there is huge interest, clients who are often much more informed than some might expect, it’s a terribly exciting market to go into, there is a great thirst for knowledge, a great thirst for

looking at interesting things.” For Stainton personally it was a very rewarding experience: “In 25 years of working at Christie’s I don’t think I’ve been involved in a more interesting project. “Clearly in recent years a significant demand for works across all categories coming from Asia, it tends to be very well judged and very well informed. Everytime we promote something like this in Asia we come across new clients.”

“Cheval se cabrant” by Degas Bronze with dark brown patina © Christie’s Images Limited 2015

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l really enjoyed the day and learnt more about horses and horseraces. I would definitely recommend it as it was a wonderful way to bring art and photography to life.” This comment came from Hannah Tyler Street, aged 15, who attends Pittville School in Cheltenham, less than a mile from Prestbury Park. It was the first time that she and her classmates had been racing. The British Horseracing Education Standards Trust (BHEST) has been introducing around 10,000 young people a year to the racing industry via it’s Racing to School education programme, which is free to schools and colleges. Since 2001, 115,000 students have been visiting racecourses, trainer’s yards and stud farms using the context of thoroughbred racing and breeding to support and enhance pupils’ studies of their school subjects through outdoor activities delivered in these unique settings. A chance meeting between Judith Allen,

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racing to art school The outside classroom: BHEST and the SEA join forces for an art class held at Kim Bailey’s Andoversford yard. The students learnt the intricate details required to sketch a living animal, working outside and also the basic techniques required to draw a horse. The day was rounded off with a trip to Cheltenham races

executive director of BHEST, and Debbie Burt, chairwoman of the Society of Equestrian Artists (SEA), at a Women In Racing event, led to a new partnership. Historically, Racing to School days have tended to focus on numeracy and literacy with activities based in the weighing room, parade ring and on the racetrack to discuss weights and measures, distances, geometry and construction of fences. Allen explained the new union: “This new working partnership with SEA has been hugely beneficial as it has enabled us to introduce art as a new subject within the Racing to School programme, thereby broadening its appeal and attracting new groups of students. “So far, BHEST and the SEA have worked collaboratively to deliver six art-based days at racecourses, training yards and horse sales, with more planned in the coming year.” “It has enabled us to reach out to a younger audience,”added Burt. “We already run a competition with the Pony Club – the John

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racing to art school King Young Artist Award – Racing to School allows us access to young people who may never come across a horse before. “A fit thoroughbred at full stretch is a magnificent sight, and one that has inspired artists for generations. “Thanks to the generous donations from society patron Lord Vestey and Prince Faisal’s Denford Stud, the society has been able to fund a variety of education projects. “We have supplied some of the SEA’s full members to tutor at these events, just one of these initiatives. After each event, pupils and tutors fill in an appraisal form; it appears that we have given people a day to remember and that is particularly rewarding.” In October students from Bishop Heber High School, Cheshire, were invited to Michael Owen and Andrew Black’s Manor House Stables, home to trainer Tom

Dascombe’s string. BHEST’s education officer Carrie Ford was present, along with the SEA’s Mary Herbert, tutor for the day. “Before we went to see the horses, I explained to the pupils how equine art has developed over time, particularly thanks to the relatively recent contributions of Stubbs’s anatomical studies and Muybridge’s locomotion photography,” explains Herbert.

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“I showed them how these enlightenments had changed how artists approached the equine form and also how the role of horses in art has shifted from that of a symbol of masculine ego to subjects in their own right.” The pupils watched horses warming up prior to going on the gallops. Herbert encouraged the pupils to start several small sketches from different angles, so that each time they looked up, they could find a horse in the right position for one of their sketches. Herbert suggested that as horses would only be going up the gallops just once, the pupils should use the time to see if they could imagine how artists must have seen the “rocking horse”, the posture so often painted before the invention of photography. Then if they could work out when the hooves were hitting the ground and the moment of suspension.

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Nearly half of BHEST’s participating students last year came from deprived or inner city areas with little access to outside learning outside or chances to access rural activities She was delighted that whilst most of them took photographs and video, a couple continued to sketch, producing lightning gesture drawings of the horses at work. After lunch, whilst the horses were relaxing, Herbert asked the pupils to work on the aspect they found most difficult; she produced lots of ad-lib demo sketches to help them understand the shape of the horses’ tricky features. Not surprisingly eyes, hooves, fetlocks and hocks were most often requested.

At the end of the day Herbert said: “It was a pleasure to work with a group of enthusiastic young artists, who all clearly enjoyed the challenge of what they were doing, asked lots of intelligent questions and produced some impressive results. “Many students continued to sketch right through their lunch break and I felt proud to be part of this initiative. I’m sure if I had been given such an opportunity when I was at school, it would have had a great impact on

my development as an equine artist.” Pittville School students had more of an overview – their day started with a visit to Kim Bailey’s yard before going on to the races at Cheltenham. Tutor Colin Allbrook explained to them the importance of keeping a sketchbook, as well as using a camera to record a scene, before they made quick studies of the horses in the barn and on the gallops. Prior to lunch, chairwoman Debbie Burt, attending a BHEST day for the first time, gave students a short talk on sculpting and the bronze casting process, handing around some smaller examples of her work for the students to examine. Cheltenham races gave further opportunities for sketching – and Allbrook encouraged them to record all of the surroundings, not just the horses. For many

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racing to art school Colin Allbrook with the students at Cheltenham races. There was little time to enjoy at day at the sports – the youngsters had to concentrate on the details of equine conformation. They are here with the statue of the three-time Gold Cup winner, Best Mate

of the students, going out on to the course to stand by a fence during racing was a definite highlight. Philip Blacker’s bronze of Best Mate, recently relocated as part of the racecourse developments, became a useful prop to aid a discussion on proportions. As well as improving their art skills, the accompanying BHEST education officer, this time Ollie McPhail, was on hand to answer racingrelated questions. “As well as the chance to educate and possibly gain some junior members, days such as this offer even our most skilled artists

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an opportunity to go behind the scenes and gain a deeper understanding of a subject which can only help improve their own work,” said Burt. “This, in turn, benefits racing, as work that these artists produce will have a greater accuracy and impact because of their increased knowledge.” Herbert has since been commissioned to produce this year’s Injured Jockeys Fund Christmas card, while Allbrook has produced work from the day for the SEA’s annual exhibition in September. Nearly half of BHEST’s participating students last year came from deprived or

inner city areas with little access to outside learning outside or chances to access rural activities. Even schools such as Pittville struggle to find outdoor opportunities, and art teacher Penny Addison enthused about their experiences. “It is a huge thank you for what has been an incredible day for our students,”she smiled. “It is fantastic to be able to get them learning outside of the classroom. It has certainly opened their eyes up to careers and opportunities beyond school life and to the world of horseracing.”


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hubert de watrigant

Getting the timing right Sally Duckett meets the talented artist Hubert de Watrigant ahead of his exhibition at the Osborne Studio

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e’ll start at the most difficult part, the end. Just when do you bring a relationship, a career, a feature, a script, a painting to an end? The conclusion is always the toughest part of any journey and it is something that equine artist Hubert de Watgrant admits is the most challenging part of his creative process. After all the effort and love that he might have put into producing a marvellous piece of art, the end, if enacted wrongly, can bring everything crashing to that premature end. Just when do you begin to end? “I never know when it is finished,” admits de Watrigant. “Yet when you know it is finished, usually it is too late. “You have to give freedom to people to view your work, to see their own things. I often have people say to me that I saw this and that in my work, and I say ‘no, never, that’s not there, you imagine that!’ “What has happened is they have finished the painting themselves and that makes me

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happy. If you show everything, there is less emotion. A writer needs to keep readers turning the pages of a book, I need to keep viewers looking. “When I think work is finished – it is always too much! “When you are painting it is like climbing up a hill, but if you do too much, you start going down. And then you try to repair, but you go down more – it is all too late. When you first start to move down, stop – it is the beginning of too late.” De Watrigant has enjoyed a career as an artist since the 1970s, is still as prolific now as he has been throughout his career and he feels that his work and style is still in an ongoing process of development. “I am still learning – I believe that if you think you have found everything, then should go to bed and stop!” he laughs. “I am very far

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If you show everything, there is less emotion. A writer needs to keep readers turning the pages of a book, I need to keep viewers looking from the end, there is a lot more I want to achieve and my work is still developing.” The artist can list Hermes, The Queen, Baron Guy de Rothschild, the late Stavros Niarchos and the late Daniel Wildenstein as previous clients and he has produced a fine body of work for this year’s exhibition at the

Osborne. It will be a sixth exhibition at the studio for the artist, the first in long time, yet de Watrigant admits that exhibitions always hold surprises for him. “I met with Geoffrey [Hughes] in the autumn, and showed him several paintings and said ‘I will take all these’. He said: ‘No, no, do not take that...!’ – we have to mix my idea with that of the gallery,” smiles the artist forgivingly. “There will always be surprises – many times I might take a painting to a show that I really like and it might not sell at all, sometimes I might choose one at the last minute and I am not sure about it at all, yet it is the first sold! “You never know what is going to happen, but I try to choose a selection for a show, always.” De Watrigant, who generally has one exhibition a year, has taken 18 months to


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Watrigant’s exhibition works: left, “On the Beach” is an oil and mixed media work on panel, above “Couvertures Bleues”, oil on panel, and, below, “Le Starter”, watercolour on card

When you are painting it is like climbing up a hill, but if you do too much, you start going down pull together 47 pieces for the Osborne, part of a raft of a larger body of work, many other paintings failing to reach the “exhibition standard”. Finding the right price point for each piece, as well as the right pricing mix, is important and is decided in association with the gallery. Unfortunately, after all the work, the opening night is not an occasion de Watrigant relishes.

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hubert de watrigant “I do not like any opening day,” he says. “I hate that too for my exhibition, I am too nervous.” He smiles and adds: “It would be much better if I could go to the pub! “I understand that I need to meet people and talk, but if I had a choice, I would go to the pub and go back when it is all over and ask ‘what’s the result?’” De Watrigant is sending a mix of work to Motcombe Street, including images of boar hunting, bull fighting, landscapes and, of course, his leading subject, horses. It is no coincidence that when he started “After The Race”, a mixed media work

out all that time ago he decided to specialise in painting horses – he comes from a family immersed in horseracing, his father was a breeder, his uncle a trainer and de Watrigant himself spent his early post-school years working for the likes of Gainesway Farm, Calumet Farm as well as alongside bloodstock agents. Mandore Bloodstock Agency’s Nicolas de Watrigant and the French trainer Damien de Watrigant are nephews, while trainer Antoine is a cousin. “At school I was always drawing, it was

a very natural thing for me. I did not go to art school, I don’t know why! I have been lucky, I have tried to find my way, to move, I specialised in the horse it was a little easier than landscapes,” he remembers. “At the beginning I was doing portraits of horses, to find commissions to earn some money. If you want to work, you need to live, you need money, you need to sell paintings. “I did a lot of portraits for 15 years, it got a little boring. I was doing a few exhibitions too, but not every year and was spending more time doing portraits than exhibitions. “The thing with portraits you always know what is going to happen at the end, you don’t get surprise. So, in the middle of 1980s, I stopped most of the commissions to concentrate on exhibition work. “I wanted to find my passion, my style, tried to find some new expression.”

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lthough the TALENTED French artist then was keen to reveal more of himself on canvas, he was also enough of a realist to keep a watchful eye on the market. He kept his transition of style a gradual development. “I moved slowly,” he reports, “if you move too fast people are disappointed they want to know what has happened to him and his style? What’s gone wrong? “I needed to find new things for my work so I put some collage on paper, worked on board and wood, and I like to mix medium. At school I am not sure they were very happy about that – they thought it was impossible! I like to put pastel or ink on oil – it does works sometimes! “I like to find new things – I am sure I am not the first to do these things, but I find the way out by myself.” It has been the work itself that has led de Watrigant, who lives in a secluded, rural spot in an agricultural area around an hour and a half south of Bordeaux, to find his own expression. He claims not to have inspiration, but that the actual process of painting will develop an idea. He will still head on occasions to the races with his pencil and paper, but he won’t stay with the crowd, preferring instead to move down course, go to the start or down the back straight. Unlike many equestrian artists, he is unlikely to be armed with a camera. “I try to show the ‘noise’ in my paintings, when you watch racing there are noises, I try to put the noises on canvas!” he explains of

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If you are waiting for the good time to start to work, well, you can wait all of the day, all of the week and all of the month… the challenge he sets himself. “Photos can be help, but if you do a copy of the picture, you are sure to be wrong as a photo is wrong. It is impossible – there is not a good movement, the leg will wrong, the conformation not good, on the photo it will okay, but on the drawing it will be wrong. “If you are doing an exact reproduction of the photo, you have to change some things – the best way is to have some help from the photo and then try to forget it very quickly. “The answer is to draw. So when I am out I might draw, and from a sketch you can find an idea – it could be a good idea, it could be many things. Most times, many times, it does not work!”

He admits that transferring those noises, those images, the moments into a work of art is not easy. He has created a beautiful studio overlooking the fields of France for his work space, but in order to get into the “zone” he needs to be regimental about his working hours and his commitments, making the actual process of working become his creator. “You need to have patience. It is not easy to go and do, if you are waiting for it, well you can wait all day. You have to go and find it – patience, you have to work sometimes to find the idea. It can take hours,” he explains, shrugging his shoulders at the enormity of life as an artist. “Every day I go to the studio at the same time – I need that structure. If you are

waiting for the good time to start to work, well, you can wait all of the day, all of the week and all of the month... “Even if I do nothing, I need to see my sketch book and need to find the inspiration. Inspiration does not exist for me – something I might have heard or seen, I can find something from it, but sudden inspiration? I do not have it, my inspiration is my work.” De Watrigant is very much looking forward to his trip to London for his July exhibition, and conveniently timed it will also have allowed him to take in a couple of days at Royal Ascot. The artist enjoys the atmosphere of the capital city and the creative ambience of Motcombe Street, though his opening night will not be at the top of his list of “things to do” while in London. You’d be well advised to put the opening on yours, and if you are down that way for the start of the show, and you want to chat to de Watrigant about his work, you might be advised to head to the nearest local.

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THE HORSE IN ART 2015

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Mooakada

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Mahsoob: although his second dam is a little light, he has one of the best pedigrees in the book, tracing right back to the brilliant Pretty Polly

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t does not matter how big a stud or how influential a bloodstock concern is involved, it is always exciting when a mare’s first foal wins a race. If that youngster goes on to become a stakes performer, well things get doubly exciting, but if a handful of Group 1 entries start to look legitimate, it is time to make big plans. Mahsoob won Royal Ascot’s Listed Wolferton Handicap Stakes on just his fourth start. The colt was retaining an unbeaten tag that saw him gain his maiden win at Kempton in the November of his three-year-old year, a first handicap success off a BHA mark of 89 on the Newbury Dubai Duty Free Day followed up by a second handicap success at York from the lofty mark of 97. The Wolferton proved to be a perfect option for the Dansili colt proving him with the ideal stepping stone from handicap company through to Listed race success

en route to possible future stakes race challenges. His big entries this summer include the Eclipse, the Princess of Wales’s Stakes, the John Smith’s Cup, the King George VI and the Irish Champion Stakes. A step up from the Ascot trip of 1m2f to 1m4f is believed to be well within his compass by trainer John Gosden who said after the race: “Mahsoob got forced wide and is an inexperienced horse but he got there well, slightly telling us to step him up to a mile and a half – I trained his mother who was capable of winning up to a mile and a half – but his owner will have the final decision.” That owner is breeder Sheikh Hamdan and his Shadwell Estate, and the mare in question is a lady called Mooakada. Born in 2006, she is unusually a grey filly by Montjeu and is out of a Darshaan mare called Sulaalah, both sires offering the stamina capabilities for the filly to get the

middle-distance trip. After winning her maiden at Newmarket on the only start of her two-year-old career, in four further starts she gained a fourth placing in the Swettenham Stud Fillies’ Trial, though two further starts over 1m4f, one of which came in the Group 2 Ribblesdale Stakes, resulted in unplaced efforts. Her next placed attempt came when second in the Listed John Musker Stakes over 1m2f at Yarmouth. Two late runs in November – on soft over 1m2f at Doncaster and on standard at Kempton over 1m4f, produced two more runner-up results in Listed company. Although Gosden now reports that he was convinced she wanted 1m4f, she only once managed to trouble the judge over the trip. Mooakada is one of only three winners, and the only offspring with black-type, out of Sulaalah (Darshaan), who ran just once.

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Shadayid (blue) with Willie Carson wins the 1,000 Guineas Stakes from second, Kooyonga (left) ridden by Lester Piggott, and third Crystal Gazing, (right), the mount of Frankie Dettori

Mooakada’s older brother by Sadler’s Wells failed to win, while her immediate half-sibling Tumooh (Authorized) won once at two from one start, while Rewaaya, also by Authorized, was a three-time winner, including when beating Harris Tweed last year in the 1m4f Sir Gordon Richards Handicap. Sulaalah has since had a 2012 Shamardal colt named Wathaab, who has been sent to France, but she has since sadly had two dead foals – one by Teofilo and the other by Raven’s Pass. She has been to visit Sea The Stars this spring. At first glance, Mooakada’s pedigree looks light enough through Sulaalah, but she is Shadwell-bred throughout and from one of the great original Nunnery Stud families. Her grand-dam was the Prestige Stakes (G3) winner Bint Shadayid, who also finished second in the Fillies’ Mile and third in the 1,000 Guineas.

She was, of course, a daughter of Sheikh Hamdan’s wonderful Derby winner Nashwan and out of his brilliant dual Group 1 and 1,000 Guineas winner Shadayid. By Shadeed, she also finished second in the Coronation Stakes, runner-up in the Sussex Stakes and third in the Queen Elizabeth Stakes to Selkirk having filled the same position in the Sprint Cup to Polar Falcon.

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hadayid was bred by Sheikh Hamdan out of the Lord Gayle mare Desirable and was the best by the Gainsborough Stud sire Shadeed (Nijinsky), winner of the 2,000 Guineas and the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes. He became the first British Classic winner to run in the Breeders’ Cup, initially finishing fourth of four, though he was later promoted to third. At the end of his three-year-old year he was Timeform rated 134, equal to Nashwan and Sir Ivor.

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Shadayid inherited her grey coat from her dam, the Cheveley Park Stakes winner Desirable. With her grand-dam Balidaress, Shadayid was from one of the best stud book families – Desirable’s half-sisters include Dumaani, the double winner of the Keeneland Breeders Cup Stakes, Alydaress, who won the Irish Oaks, Balistroika, the dam of Russian Rhythm, and the Moyglare and Cheveley Park winner Park Appeal. After her win at Newmarket, Park Appeal was sold by Paddy and Seamus Burns of Lodge Park Stud to Sheikh Mohammed. She went onto produce Cape Cross, Pastorale, the dam of Iffraaj, and Arvola, the dam of Diktat, the family also fulfilling hugely important role as a founding family for Hamdan’s brother’s farm, Darley Stud. The pedigree, of course, stretches back to Pretty Polly, who won 15 consecutive races and was only the fifth filly to win the British Fillies Triple Crown since its inception in 1814. She was initially considered to be a failure at stud, but once her four daughters returned to Eyrefield Lodge Stud each one founded a dynasty. Our line comes from her daughter Molly Desmond, winner of the Cheveley Park Stakes. She produced five winners, including Zodiac (Sunstar), winner of the Irish Derby and Irish St. Leger, Spike Island (Spearmint), winner of the Irish 2,000 Guineas and the Irish Derby, Strongbow (Swynford), winner of the Greenham Plate, Golden Silence (Swynford), second to Pennycomequick in the 1929 Epsom Oaks, and Sarita. Sarita won the York Fairfield Plate and became the third dam of Nearctic, and it is through her that the Shadwell family descends from Pretty Polly. Mahsoob, who is by Dansili, may well get further, yet he might not want much more than 1m2f, but with continued progression, he has the capability of making it to the top. After the Wolferton, jockey Paul Hanagan said: “Mahsoob feels like a high-class horse, and will get further. It is hard to figure out how good he could be, he is so laid back. “His temperament makes it easy to work with him and will help him moving forwards – the world could be his oyster now” And with such strong link to one of the best pages in the book, you might well be proved correct Mr Hanagan. Guess there is no danger of you picking another Shadwell runner over him in future either now.


THE ART OF ARABIAN RACING

'In The Hood' Lisa Miller ASEA

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EUROPE coral.co.uk Winter Derby, G3, Lingfield Park, March 14, 10f 1 Tryster (IRE) 4 b g Shamardal (USA) - Min Alhawa (USA) (Riverman (USA)) 2 Grendisar (IRE) 5 b c Invincible Spirit (IRE) - Remarkable Story (GB) (Mark of Esteem (IRE)) 3 Grandeur (IRE) 6 gr/ro g Verglas (IRE) - Misskinta (IRE) (Desert Sun (GB)) Age: 3-4; Starts: 7; Wins: 5; Places: 2 Earnings: £98,663 Sire: SHAMARDAL. Sire of 71 Stakes winners. In 2015 - ABLE FRIEND Volksraad G1, TRYSTER Riverman G3, FOND WORDS Elusive City LR. 1st Dam: Min Alhawa by Riverman. 2 wins at 2 and 3, 2nd Ballymacoll Stud S LR, Upavon S LR. Dam of 7 winners: 1998: Mouwadh (f Nureyev). Broodmare. 1999: TASNEEF (g Gulch) 4 wins at 3 to 5. 2000: MUTASALLIL (c Gone West) 6 wins at home, UAE, Sayegh Jewellery Abu Dhabi Championship LR. 2001: NUZOOA (f A P Indy) 2 wins at 3. Broodmare. 2004: Ajhar (g Diesis) 5 wins, 3rd Grosvenor Cumberland Lodge S G3, 2nd Andrew Ramsden Duke of Norfolk S LR.

2005: Al Hawa (f Gulch) unraced. Broodmare. 2006: MATRAASH (c Elusive Quality) 8 wins at 3 to 9, 2015. 2007: Wings of Pegasus (f Sahm). Broodmare. 2009: Buzkashi (f Nayef). Broodmare. 2010: DIVERGENCE (f Teofilo) 2 wins at 3. 2011: TRYSTER (g Shamardal) Sold 150,000gns yearling at TAOC1. 5 wins at 3 and 4, coral.co.uk Winter Derby G3. Broodmare Sire: RIVERMAN. Sire of the dams of 183 Stakes winners. In 2015 - TRYSTER Shamardal G3. Storm Cat Giant's Causeway Mariah's Storm SHAMARDAL b 2002 Machiavellian Helsinki Helen Street TRYSTER b g 2011 Never Bend Riverman River Lady MIN ALHAWA b/br 93 Shareef Dancer Saffaanh Give Thanks

Prix Exbury, G3, Saint-Cloud, March 15, 2000m 1 Affaire Solitaire (IRE) 5 b c Danehill Dancer (IRE) - Arlesienne (IRE) (Alzao (USA)) 2 Meadow Creek (GB) 4 b c Dansili (GB) - Gentle On My Mind (IRE) (Sadler's Wells (USA)) 3 Arkaitz (SPA) 4 b c Pyrus (USA) Lady Cree (IRE) (Medicean (GB)) Age: 2-5; Starts: 22; Wins: 4; Places: 9 Earnings: £132,907 Sire: DANEHILL DANCER. Sire of 164 Stakes winners. In 2015 AFFAIRE SOLITAIRE Alzao G3. 1st Dam: ARLESIENNE by Alzao. 3 wins at 3 in France, Prix des Tourelles LR, 3rd Prix de Flore G3. Own sister to ANGARA. Dam of 6 winners: 2004: Altamira (f Peintre Celebre) 2 wins at 3 and 4 in France, 2nd Prix de Boulogne LR. Dam of Abilene (f Samum: Winner at 3, 3rd Prix Solitude LR)

2005: Art Historian (c Red Ransom) unraced. 2006: AIZAVOSKI (c Monsun) 8 wins at 3 to 6 in France, G.P. de Bordeaux-Etape du Defi du galop LR, Grand Prix de Nantes LR, Prix Max Sicard LR, Le Vase d'Argent Etape Defi du Galop LR (twice), Grand Prix de la Ville de CraonMayenne LR, 3rd Prix Chaudenay G2, Qatar Prix Niel G2. Sire. 2007: AGENT DE CHANGE (g Westerner) 2 wins at 3 and 7 in France. 2008: ANDROMEDA GALAXY (f Peintre Celebre) 2 wins at 3 in France, Prix Charles Laffitte LR, 3rd Prix de Flore G3. Broodmare. 2009: APOLLO ELEVEN (g Manduro) Winner at 4 in France. 2010: AFFAIRE SOLITAIRE (c Danehill Dancer) 4 wins at 3 to 5 in France, Prix Exbury G3, 2nd Grand Prix de la Riviera Cote d'Azur LR, Prix Lyphard LR. 2011: Aquilleus (c Peintre Celebre) Broodmare Sire: ALZAO. Sire of the dams of 112 Stakes winners. In 2015 - AFFAIRE SOLITAIRE Danehill Dancer G3, NOBLE PROTECTOR Haafhd G3. The Danehill Dancer/Alzao cross has produced: AFFAIRE SOLITAIRE G3, BIOLOGIST LR, Boqa G3, Gooseberry Fool G3. Danzig Danehill Razyana DANEHILL DANCER b 93 Sharpen Up Mira Adonde Lettre d'Amour AFFAIRE SOLITAIRE b c 2010 Lyphard Alzao Lady Rebecca ARLESIENNE b 99 Alleged Ange Bleu Albertine

Lodge Park EBF Park Express Stakes, G3, Curragh, March 29, 8f 1 Ramone (IRE) 5 b f Marju (IRE) Hayworth (IRE) (Night Shift (USA)) 2 Afternoon Sunlight (IRE) 4 ch f Sea The Stars (IRE) - Lady Luck (IRE) (Kris) 3 Amulet (GB) 5 gr f Ishiguru (USA) - Loveofmylife (GB) (Dr Fong (USA))

Age: 3-4; Starts: 12; Wins: 1; Places: 2 Earnings: £8,943 Sire: MARJU. Sire of 62 Stakes winners. In 2015 - SATONO CROWN Rossini G2, RAMONE Night Shift G3. 1st Dam: Hayworth by Night Shift. ran twice at 3. Own sister to LONDONNETDOTCOM. Dam of 2 winners: 2004: Lazare (g Fath) 2006: SHARISSE (f Noverre) 4 wins at 3 to 5. Broodmare. 2007: Gisele (f Intikhab) ran. 2008: Autumn In New York (f Fath) unraced. 2010: RAMONE (f Marju) 1 win at 3, Lodge Park Park Express S G3. 2011: Worth Avenue (f Rock of Gibraltar) ran once. Broodmare Sire: NIGHT SHIFT. Sire of the dams of 104 Stakes winners. In 2015 - RAMONE Marju G3, ATHENS Pioneerof the Nile LR. The Marju/Night Shift cross has produced: RAMONE G3, BRUGES LR, Oeuvre d'Art G2. Try My Best Last Tycoon Mill Princess MARJU br 88 Artaius Flame of Tara Welsh Flame RAMONE b f 2010 Northern Dancer Night Shift Ciboulette HAYWORTH ch 99 Warning Hopeful Sign Infra Green

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Fearless Revival SIYOUNI b 2007 Danehill Sichilla Slipstream Queen ERVEDYA b f 2012 Kingmambo King's Best Allegretta ELVA b 2004 Marju Evora Eviyrna

Prix Djebel, G3, MaisonsLaffitte, April 2, 1400m 1 Ride Like The Wind (IRE) 3 b c Lope de Vega (IRE) - Biswa (USA) (Kafwain (USA)) 2 Make Believe (GB) 3 b c Makfi (GB) - Rosie's Posy (IRE) (Suave Dancer (USA)) 3 Sir Andrew (FR) 3 b c Polan (FR) High Zaff (GB) (High Chaparral (IRE)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 6; Wins: 2; Places: 3 Earnings: £59,029 Sire: LOPE DE VEGA. Sire of 5 Stakes winners. In 2015 - RIDE LIKE THE WIND Kafwain G3. 1st Dam: Biswa by Kafwain. ran twice at 3. Dam of 2 winners:

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Prix Edmond Blanc, G3, SaintCloud, April 5, 1600m 1 Kalsa (IRE) 4 b f Whipper (USA) Sovana (IRE) (Desert King (IRE)) 2 Menardais (FR) 6 b c Canyon Creek (IRE) - Madeleine's Blush (USA) (Rahy (USA)) 3 Diego Valor (FR) 4 b c Le Havre (IRE) - Summer Sea (GB) (Bahhare (USA)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 5; Wins: 3; Places: 0 Earnings: £60,592 Sire: WHIPPER. Sire of 17 Stakes winners. In 2015 - KALSA Desert King G3. 1st Dam: Sovana by Desert King. Winner at 3 in France, 3rd Prix Minerve G3. Dam of 6 winners: 2005: Stella Rossa (f Key of Luck) ran in France. Broodmare. 2006: MAFRA (f Kalanisi) 9 wins at 3 to 5 in France. Broodmare. 2007: Vervono (g Verglas) unraced. 2008: FIAMMELLA (f Verglas) 3 wins at 3 and 4 in France. 2009: TOPEKA (f Whipper) 4 wins at 2 in France, Prix Miesque G3, 3rd Poule d'Essai des Pouliches G1. Broodmare.

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2010: MINDELO (c Whipper) Winner at 3 in France. 2011: KALSA (f Whipper) 3 wins at 3 and 4 in France, Prix Edmond Blanc G3, Prix Ceres LR. 2012: BOCCA BACIATA (f Big Bad Bob) Winner at 2. 2013: (f Arcano) Broodmare Sire: DESERT KING. Sire of the dams of 13 Stakes winners. In 2015 - KALSA Whipper G3. The Whipper/Desert King cross has produced: TOPEKA G1, KALSA G3. Mr Prospector Miesque's Son Miesque WHIPPER b 2001 Sadler's Wells Myth To Reality Millieme KALSA b f 2011 Danehill Desert King Sabaah SOVANA b 2000 Darshaan Piacenza Kahara

Prix d'Harcourt, G2, Longchamp, April 6, 2000m 1 Al Kazeem (GB) 7 b c Dubawi (IRE) - Kazeem (GB) (Darshaan) 2 Affaire Solitaire (IRE) 5 b c Danehill Dancer (IRE) - Arlesienne (IRE) (Alzao (USA)) 3 Fate (FR) 6 b f Teofilo (IRE) Specificity (USA) (Alleged (USA)) Age: 2-7; Starts: 21; Wins: 9; Places: 8 Earnings: £1,400,279 Sire: DUBAWI. Sire of 91 Stakes winners. In 2015 - HUNTER'S LIGHT Barathea G1, PRINCE BISHOP Prospect Bay G1, SHAMAL WIND Machiavellian G1, AL KAZEEM Darshaan G2, CATKINS Catbird G2, MUBTAAHIJ Pennekamp G2, SAFETY CHECK Royal Academy G2, AMBER ORCHID Hennessy G3, BALL OF MUSCLE Gold Brose LR, DUBDAY Daylami LR, DODGING BULLETS Kris S LR, LACHLAN BRIDGE Anabaa 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) Jt Champion older horse in Europe in 2013 (9.5-10.5f.). 9 wins at 2 to 7, 2015 at home, France, Tattersalls Gold Cup G1, Coral Eclipse S G1, Prince of Wales's S G1, Qatar Bloodstock Jockey Club S G2, Prix d'Harcourt G2, bet365 Gordon Richards S G3, 188Bet Winter Hill S G3, 2nd Qipco Champion S G1, Red Mills Irish Champion S G1, Sportingbet.com Great Voltigeur S G2, St Simon S G3, Dubai Duty Free Arc Trial G3, 3rd Juddmonte International S G1. Sire. 2009: Sanctioned (g Authorized) ran a few times and ran once over hurdles. 2010: Kazak (g Royal Applause) ran. 2013: (c Makfi) 2014: (c Dubawi) Broodmare Sire: DARSHAAN. Sire of the dams of 220 Stakes winners. In 2015 - AL KAZEEM Dubawi G2, JUTLAND Halling LR, MAWAAL Shamardal LR, TRUE STORY Manduro LR, LE BEL ANJOU Malinas LR, THUBIAAN Dynaformer 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

Prix La Force, G3, Longchamp, April 6, 2000m 1 Silverwave (FR) 3 b c Silver Frost (IRE) - Miss Bio (FR) (River Mist (USA)) 2 Epicuris (GB) 3 b c Rail Link (GB) Argumentative (GB) (Observatory (USA))


international database 3 Medrano (GB) 3 b c Archipenko (USA) - Trick Or Treat (GB) (Lomitas (GB)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 4; Wins: 4; Places: 0 Earnings: £56,473 Sire: SILVER FROST. Sire of 1 Stakes winners. In 2015 SILVERWAVE River Mist G3. 1st Dam: Miss Bio by River Mist. unraced. Dam of 7 winners: 2001: NORMAN BIO (g Chef de Clan) 4 wins at 3, 4 and 6 in France. 2003: STORMY RIVER (c Verglas). 5 wins at 2 to 4 in France, Prix Jean Prat G1, 2nd St James's Palace S G1, Prix du Moulin de Longchamp G1, Criterium International G1, 3rd Gainsborough Poule d'Essai des Poulains G1, Prix d'Ispahan G1. Sire. 2004: Mary d'Or (f Verglas) Winner at 3 in France, 2nd Prix Ceres LR. Dam of GROWING GREY (g Murtajill: 6 wins in Macau, SJM EC Card Cup Lisboa Challenge LR) 2005: Saga River (f Sagacity) unraced. Broodmare. 2006: Saphir River (g Slickly) 6 wins, 2nd Grand Prix d'Automne Hurdle G1. 2008: STORMY OCEAN (c Verglas) 6 wins at 2 to 6, 2014 in France. 2010: Line Drummer (c Galileo) 3 wins, 3rd Prix Messidor G3, Premio del Piazzale G3. 2012: SILVERWAVE (c Silver Frost) Sold 46,457gns yearling at AROCT. 4 wins at 2 and 3 in France, Prix La Force G3. 2014: Laem Sing (f Myboycharlie) Broodmare Sire: RIVER MIST. Sire of the dams of 4 Stakes winners. In 2015 - SILVERWAVE Silver Frost G3. Highest Honor Verglas Rahaam SILVER FROST gr 2006 Anabaa Hidden Silver Hint of Silver SILVERWAVE b c 2012 Irish River River Mist Principle MISS BIO b 96 Vacarme River Sans Retour Riverstar

Prix de la Grotte, G3, Longchamp, April 12, 1600m 1 Mexican Gold (USA) 3 b f Medaglia d'Oro (USA) - Hachita (USA) (Gone West (USA)) 2 Penorka (FR) 3 b f Orpen (USA) Rioka (IRE) (Captain Rio (GB)) 3 Vedouma (FR) 3 f Dalakhani (IRE) - Vadawina (IRE) (Unfuwain (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 2; Wins: 2; Places: 0 Earnings: £41,425 Sire: MEDAGLIA D'ORO. Sire of 53 Stakes winners. In 2015 MSHAWISH Thunder Gulch G1, VANCOUVER Danehill G1, GOLD MEDAL DANCER Kingmambo G2, JAVA Fantastic Light G3, LOCHTE Lemon Drop Kid G3, MEXICAN GOLD Gone West G3, VALID Grand Slam G3, FEDERAL Danehill LR, GOLDEN LAD Seeking The Gold LR. 1st Dam: HACHITA by Gone West. 2 wins at 2 and 3. Dam of 5 winners: 2007: ANNOUNCE (f Selkirk) 5 wins at 3 and 4 in France, Darley Prix Jean Romanet G1, 2nd Qatar Prix de l'Opera G1. Broodmare. 2008: (c Azamour) 2009: CRANACH (g Rail Link) Winner at 4. 2010: HACHITA VALLEY (c Rail Link) 2 wins at 3 and 4 in Bahrain, France. 2011: Straight Thinking (f Mizzen Mast) Winner at 2 in France, 2nd Prix d'Aumale G3, Prix de la Grotte G3, Prix du Calvados - PMU G3. 2012: MEXICAN GOLD (f Medaglia d'Oro) 2 wins at 2 and 3 in France, Prix de la Grotte G3. 2013: Wessex (f Unbridled's Song) unraced to date. 2014: (f Tapit) Broodmare Sire: GONE WEST. Sire of the dams of 108 Stakes winners. In 2015 - AFRICAN STORY Pivotal G1, MEXICAN GOLD Medaglia d'Oro G3. The Medaglia d'Oro/Gone West cross has produced: VIOLENCE G1, MEXICAN GOLD G3, Midnight Mischief G3.

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Prix de Fontainebleau, G3, Longchamp, April 12, 1600m 1 Territories (IRE) 3 b c Invincible Spirit (IRE) - Taranto (GB) (Machiavellian (USA)) 2 Karar (GB) 3 b c Invincible Spirit (IRE) - In The Light (GB) (Inchinor (GB)) 3 The Comissioner (IRE) 3 b c Sea The Stars (IRE) - Lessing (FR) (Orpen (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 5; Wins: 2; Places: 3 Earnings: £124,975 Sire: INVINCIBLE SPIRIT. Sire of 86 Stakes winners. In 2015 - LOCAL TIME Medicean G3, TERRITORIES Machiavellian G3, GRENDISAR Mark of Esteem LR, PRETEND Indian Ridge LR, RIVELLINO Pivotal LR. 1st Dam: Taranto by Machiavellian. 2nd EBF River Eden Fillies' S LR, 2 wins at 2 in France. Dam of 4 winners: 2008: GIREVOLE (g Tiger Hill) Winner at 3 in France. 2009: GREEK COLONY (g Pivotal) 5 wins at 3 to 5 in Greece. 2010: ITALIAN (g Pivotal) 2 wins at 3 in France. 2011: Treaty of Sparta (c Oasis Dream) unraced. 2012: TERRITORIES (c Invincible Spirit) 2 wins at 2 and 3 in France, Prix de Fontainebleau G3, 2nd Qatar PX Prix Jean-Luc Lagardere Gd.Crit G1, 3rd Prix La Rochette G3. 2014: (c Invincible Spirit) Broodmare Sire: MACHIAVELLIAN. Sire of the dams

of 105 Stakes winners. In 2015 SAKHEE'S SOLDIER Sakhee's Secret G1, SHAMAL WIND Dubawi G1, TERRITORIES Invincible Spirit G3, GENERAL SHERMAN Teofilo LR. The Invincible Spirit/Machiavellian cross has produced: HOORAY G1, TERRITORIES G1, CONQUEST G2, LOCKWOOD G2, SPIRIT OF FORTUNE LR, TANTSHI LR. Danzig Green Desert Foreign Courier INVINCIBLE SPIRIT b 97 Kris Rafha Eljazzi TERRITORIES b c 2012 Mr Prospector Machiavellian Coup de Folie TARANTO b 2003 Warning Magna Graecia Grecian Slipper

P W McGrath Memorial Ballysax Stakes, G3, Leopardstown, April 12, 10f 1 Success Days (IRE) 3 gr c Jeremy (USA) - Malaica (FR) (Roi Gironde (IRE)) 2 Zafilani (IRE) 3 b c Azamour (IRE) - Zafayra (IRE) (Nayef (USA)) 3 John F Kennedy (IRE) 3 b c Galileo (IRE) - Rumplestiltskin (IRE) (Danehill (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 5; Wins: 3; Places: 0 Earnings: £47,129 Sire: JEREMY. Sire of 8 Stakes winners. In 2015 - SUCCESS DAYS Roi Gironde G3. 1st Dam: Malaica by Roi Gironde. 3rd Albany S LR, 3 wins at 2 and 3 in France, 2nd Prix Miesque G3. Dam of 1 winner: 2009: (f Oratorio) 2012: SUCCESS DAYS (c Jeremy) 3 wins at 2 and 3, P W McGrath Memorial Ballysax S G3. 2013: Justice Angel (f Dark Angel) unraced to date. 2014: (c Famous Name) Broodmare Sire: ROI GIRONDE. Sire of the dams of 1 Stakes winners. In 2015 - SUCCESS DAYS Jeremy G3.

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1 Amaron (GB) 6 ch c Shamardal (USA) - Amandalini (GB) (Bertolini (USA)) 2 Guiliani (IRE) 4 br c Tertullian (USA) - Guadalupe (GER) (Monsun (GER)) 3 Spoil The Fun (FR) 6 ch c Rock of Gibraltar (IRE) - Avezia (FR) (Night Shift (USA)) Age: 2-6; Starts: 20; Wins: 8; Places: 6 Earnings: £323,233 Sire: SHAMARDAL. Sire of 75 Stakes winners. In 2015 - ABLE FRIEND Volksraad G1, DELECTATION More Than Ready G2, AMARON Bertolini G3, SHAMALIA Redoute's Choice G3, TRYSTER Riverman G3, AKATEA Peintre Celebre LR, FOND WORDS Elusive City LR, MAWAAL Darshaan LR, ZAWRAQ Sadler's Wells LR. 1st Dam: Amandalini by Bertolini. ran twice at 2. Dam of 1 winner: 2009: AMARON (c Shamardal) Sold 101,137gns yearling at ARAUG, 105,000gns yearling at TADEY. 8 wins at 2 to 6, 2015 in France, Germany, Italy, Premio Vittorio di Capua G1, Prix Perth G3, Grosser Preis der Dortmunder Wirtschaft G3, Wettenleip Fruhjahrs-Meile G3 (twice), American Express Zukunfts Rennen G3, Rennen um den Preis SWK Dr. Busch Mem G3, Oppenheim-Rennen LR, 2nd Darley Oettingen Rennen G2, 3rd G.P.der VGH Versicherungen Meilen Trophy G2, Prix Edmond Blanc G3, Lando Preis des Winterfavoriten G3.

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Broodmare Sire: BERTOLINI. Sire of the dams of 5 Stakes winners. In 2015 - AMARON Shamardal G3, ARROGANT APPROACH Carnival Dancer LR. Storm Cat Giant's Causeway Mariah's Storm SHAMARDAL b 2002 Machiavellian Helsinki Helen Street AMARON ch c 2009 Danzig Bertolini Aquilegia AMANDALINI b 2005 Lyphard Luxurious Tropicaro

Prix Penelope, G3, Saint-Cloud, April 14, 2000m 1 Queen's Jewel (GB) 3 ch f Pivotal (GB) - Safari Queen (ARG) (Lode (USA)) 2 Spring Leaf (FR) 3 b f Footstepsinthesand (GB) - Spring Wave (IRE) (Dr Fong (USA)) 3 Princess Charm (IRE) 3 b f Rip Van Winkle (IRE) - Gold Charm (GER) (Key of Luck (USA)) Age: 3; Starts: 2; Wins: 2; Places: 0 Earnings: £40,698 Sire: PIVOTAL. Sire of 115 Stakes winners. In 2015 - AFRICAN STORY Gone West G1, QUEEN'S JEWEL Lode G3, PECK Sadler's Wells LR, TALCO Diesis LR. 1st Dam: SAFARI QUEEN by Lode. Gran Premio Jorge de Atucha G1, G.P. Estrellas Juv. Copa Dr. C. Blaquier G1, 2nd Gran Premio Eliseo Ramirez G1. Own sister to Safari River and Safari Lady. Dam of 3 winners: 2009: Transatlantic (c A P Indy) unraced. 2010: GALLICO (c Mr Greeley) Winner at 3 in USA. 2011: ROYALMANIA (f Elusive Quality) 3 wins at 2 and 3 in France, Prix Finlande LR, 3rd Prix de Psyche G3. 2012: QUEEN'S JEWEL (f Pivotal) 2 wins at 3 in France, Prix Penelope G3. 2014: Frame of Mind (f Invincible Spirit)

Broodmare Sire: LODE. Sire of the dams of 55 Stakes winners. In 2015 - CITY GLAM Grand Reward G3, FEEL THE RACE Orpen G3, QUEEN'S JEWEL Pivotal G3, HIJA RUBIA Pure Prize LR, MI MORENA Artax LR. Nureyev Polar Falcon Marie d'Argonne PIVOTAL ch 93 Cozzene Fearless Revival Stufida QUEEN'S JEWEL ch f 2012 Mr Prospector Lode Grand Luxe SAFARI QUEEN ch 2002 Sonus Safari Girl Sally Girl

Lanwades Stud Nell Gwyn Stakes, G3, Newmarket, April 15, 7f 1 Osaila (IRE) 3 b f Danehill Dancer (IRE) - Mennetou (IRE) (Entrepreneur (GB)) 2 New Providence (GB) 3 ch f Bahamian Bounty (GB) - Bayja (IRE) (Giant's Causeway (USA)) 3 Beautiful Romance (GB) 3 b f New Approach (IRE) - Mazuna (IRE) (Cape Cross (IRE)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 8; Wins: 4; Places: 2 Earnings: £305,135 Sire: DANEHILL DANCER. Sire of 164 Stakes winners. In 2015 AFFAIRE SOLITAIRE Alzao G3, OSAILA Entrepreneur G3. 1st Dam: Mennetou by Entrepreneur. unraced. Dam of 4 winners: 2006: Capeability (g Cape Cross) 2007: OBAMA RULE (f Danehill Dancer) Winner at 3, Dance Design S G3. Broodmare. 2008: Peach Bloom (f Cape Cross). Broodmare. 2009: DIAMOND KLITOS (g Araafa) 4 wins at 3 and 5 in Greece. 2010: ZEVA (f Zamindar) Winner at 3 in USA. 2011: Peace Palace (f Archipenko) ran once. 2012: OSAILA (f Danehill Dancer) Sold 220,000gns yearling at TAOC1. 4 wins at 2 and 3, Lanwades Stud Nell Gwyn S G3,


international database Juddmonte Princess Margaret S G3, 3rd Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf G1. 2013: (f Fastnet Rock) 2014: (f Fastnet Rock) Broodmare Sire: ENTREPRENEUR. Sire of the dams of 21 Stakes winners. In 2015 - OSAILA Danehill Dancer G3. The Danehill Dancer/Entrepreneur cross has produced: OSAILA G1, OBAMA RULE G3. Danzig Danehill Razyana DANEHILL DANCER b 93 Sharpen Up Mira Adonde Lettre d'Amour OSAILA b f 2012 Sadler's Wells Entrepreneur Exclusive Order MENNETOU b 2001 Riverman Detroit Derna II

Prix Sigy, G3, Chantilly, April 15, 1200m 1 El Valle (FR) 3 c Dobby Road (FR) - Dohibane (FR) (Danehill (USA)) 2 Finsbury Square (IRE) 3 b c Siyouni (FR) - Diamond Square (FR) (Dyhim Diamond (IRE)) 3 Goken (FR) 3 b c Kendargent (FR) - Gooseley Chope (FR) (Indian Rocket (GB)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 13; Wins: 2; Places: 6 Earnings: £71,686 Sire: DOBBY ROAD. Sire of 1 Stakes winners. In 2015 - EL VALLE Danehill G3. 1st Dam: Dohibane by Danehill. Dam of 4 winners: 2008: FINNIGAN (c Bachir) 2 wins at 4 in France. 2009: MONT CALPE (c Bachir) Winner at 3 in France. 2010: DOBBY GIRL (f Dobby Road) 2 wins at 2 and 4 in France. 2011: Donibane (f Dobby Road) 2012: EL VALLE (c Dobby Road) 2 wins at 3 in France, Prix Sigy G3, 2nd Prix Zeddaan LR.

Broodmare Sire: DANEHILL. Sire of the dams of 287 Stakes winners. In 2015 - COSMIC ENDEAVOUR Northern Meteor G1, HALLOWED CROWN Street Sense G1, PRIDE OF DUBAI Street Cry G1, VANCOUVER Medaglia d'Oro G1, EL VALLE Dobby Road G3, KOKORONO AI Stay Gold G3, PASSING SHOT Swiss Ace G3, SCRATCHY BOTTOM Sebring G3, FEDERAL Medaglia d'Oro LR, KNIGHT'S COMMAND Pins LR, NAYELI More Than Ready LR, RACING EIGHT Mossman LR, TOWER OF LONHRO Lonhro LR, BELTOR Authorized LR, NANDO Hernando LR, RED KINGDOM Deep Impact LR. Caerleon Grape Tree Road One Way Street DOBBY ROAD b 99 Primo Dominie Domino Queen The Queen of Soul EL VALLE c 2012 Danzig Danehill Razyana DOHIBANE 2000 Mt Livermore Liver De Saron Lyre de Saron

Weatherbys Earl of Sefton Stakes, G3, Newmarket, April 16, 9f 1 French Navy (GB) 7 b c Shamardal (USA) - First Fleet (USA) (Woodman (USA)) 2 Arod (IRE) 4 b c Teofilo (IRE) - My Personal Space (USA) (Rahy (USA)) 3 Mondialiste (IRE) 5 b c Galileo (IRE) - Occupandiste (IRE) (Kaldoun (FR)) Age: 2-7; Starts: 22; Wins: 11; Places: 6 Earnings: £304,321 Sire: SHAMARDAL. Sire of 75 Stakes winners. In 2015 - ABLE FRIEND Volksraad G1, DELECTATION More Than Ready G2, AMARON Bertolini G3, FRENCH NAVY Woodman G3, SHAMALIA Redoute's Choice G3, TRYSTER Riverman G3, AKATEA Peintre Celebre LR, FOND WORDS Elusive City LR, MAWAAL Darshaan LR, ZAWRAQ Sadler's Wells LR.

1st Dam: FIRST FLEET by Woodman. 3 wins at 2 and 3 in France, La Coupe des Pouliches de Marseille LR. Dam of 4 winners: 2003: BOTANY BAY (g Storm Cat) 3 wins at 4 and 5 in Canada. 2004: Kon Tiki (f Red Ransom). Dam of RED BARON (g Ad Valorem: 5 wins at 3 and 4 in India, The Kimmane Bangalore Derby LR) 2005: Battlecruiser (c Red Ransom) ran a few times. 2006: SYDNEY COVE (g Cape Cross) Winner over hurdles. 2007: SEA LORD (g Cape Cross) 13 wins, totesport.com Sovereign S G3, William Hill Novices' Hurdle LR, Betfred Summer H. Hurdle LR, 2nd Sky Bet Supreme Trial Sharp Nov.Hurdle G2. 2008: FRENCH NAVY (c Shamardal) 11 wins at 2 to 7, 2015 at home, France, Investec Diomed S G3, Weatherbys Earl of Sefton S G3, Betfred the Bonus King Select S G3, Prix des Chenes G3, 32Red Casino Festival S LR, Betfred Ben Marshall S LR (twice), Totepool Midsummer S LR, 2nd Weatherbys Earl of Sefton S G3, Finjaan at Gazeley Ben Marshall S LR, chrisbeekracing.com Steventon S LR, 3rd Bet365 Paradise S LR. 2009: Sopran Firsi (g Singspiel) ran on the flat in Italy. 2012: Al Nofor (f Shamardal) 2013: (f Shamardal) 2014: (c Frankel) Broodmare Sire: WOODMAN. Sire of the dams of 185 Stakes winners. In 2015 - MISS ELLA Exchange Rate G2, FRENCH NAVY Shamardal G3. The Shamardal/Woodman cross has produced: FRENCH NAVY G3, ZAZERA LR, Miss Shamardal LR. Storm Cat Giant's Causeway Mariah's Storm SHAMARDAL b 2002 Machiavellian Helsinki Helen Street FRENCH NAVY b c 2008 Mr Prospector Woodman Playmate FIRST FLEET ch 98 Nureyev Frankova Secret Asset

Novae Bloodstock Insurance Craven Stakes, G3, Newmarket, April 16, 8f 1 Kool Kompany (IRE) 3 br c Jeremy (USA) - Absolutely Cool (IRE) (Indian Ridge) 2 Nafaqa (IRE) 3 b c Sir Percy (GB) Maghya (IRE) (Mujahid (USA)) 3 Moheet (IRE) 3 b c High Chaparral (IRE) - Abunai (GB) (Pivotal (GB)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 10; Wins: 6; Places: 1 Earnings: £236,730 Sire: JEREMY. Sire of 8 Stakes winners. In 2015 - KOOL KOMPANY Indian Ridge G3, SUCCESS DAYS Roi Gironde G3. 1st Dam: Absolutely Cool by Indian Ridge. Dam of 4 winners: 2007: Ridge City (c Elusive City) 8 wins at 3 to 5 in France, 2nd La Coupe de Marseille LR. 2008: DOLLY COLMAN (f Diamond Green) Winner at 4. 2009: All Silver (f Choisir) 2011: Prussian Eagle (g Jeremy) Winner over hurdles at 3, 2nd Rea Grimes Weatherbys Hurdle G3, 3rd Gala Retail Spring Juvenile Hurdle G1. 2012: KOOL KOMPANY (c Jeremy) Sold 38,095gns yearling at DNPRM. 6 wins at 2 and 3 at home, France, GAIN Railway S G2, Prix Robert Papin G2, Novae Bloodstock Insurance Craven S G3, Alfred Nobel Rochestown S LR, 2nd Keeneland Phoenix S G1. 2013: (f Jeremy) 2014: (c Zebedee) Broodmare Sire: INDIAN RIDGE. Sire of the dams of 83 Stakes winners. In 2015 - DOLNIYA Azamour G1, KOOL KOMPANY Jeremy G3, PRETEND Invincible Spirit LR, SHIVALIK SHOWERS Dancing Forever LR. The Jeremy/Indian Ridge cross has produced: KOOL KOMPANY G1, Prussian Eagle LR.

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international database Danehill Danehill Dancer Mira Adonde JEREMY b/br 2003 Arazi Glint In Her Eye Wind In Her Hair KOOL KOMPANY br c 2012 Ahonoora Indian Ridge Hillbrow ABSOLUTELY COOL gr 2001 Kenmare Absolute Glee Looking Brill

Connaught Flooring Abernant Stakes, G3, Newmarket, April 16, 6f 1 Astaire (IRE) 4 b c Intense Focus (USA) - Runway Dancer (GB) (Dansili (GB)) 2 Watchable (GB) 5 ch g Pivotal (GB) - Irresistible (GB) (Cadeaux Genereux) 3 Music Master (GB) 5 b c Piccolo (GB) - Twilight Mistress (GB) (Bin Ajwaad (IRE)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 13; Wins: 5; Places: 2 Earnings: £321,566 Sire: INTENSE FOCUS. Sire of 2 Stakes winners. In 2015 - ASTAIRE Dansili G3. 1st Dam: Runway Dancer by Dansili. unraced. Dam of 2 winners: 2007: BATYA (f Whipper) 2 wins. 2008: (f Bachelor Duke) 2009: Swish Dancer (f Whipper) ran twice. 2011: ASTAIRE (c Intense Focus) Sold 23,000gns yearling at TAOC2. 5 wins at 2 and 4, vision.ae Middle Park S G1, Irish TB Marketing Gimcrack S G2, Connaught Flooring Abernant S G3, 2nd Duke of York Clipper Logistics S G2, Betway Cammidge Trophy LR. 2013: (c Frozen Power) 2014: (f Intense Focus) Broodmare Sire: DANSILI. Sire of the dams of 13 Stakes winners. In 2015 - ASTAIRE Intense Focus G3, EXCESS KNOWLEDGE Monsun G3.

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Storm Cat Giant's Causeway Mariah's Storm INTENSE FOCUS b 2006 Danehill Daneleta Zavaleta ASTAIRE b c 2011 Danehill Dansili Hasili RUNWAY DANCER b 2003 Hotfoot Shall We Run Sirnelta

Dubai Duty Free John Porter Stakes, G3, Newbury, April 18, 12f 1 Arab Spring (IRE) 5 b c Monsun (GER) - Spring Symphony (IRE) (Darshaan) 2 Pether's Moon (IRE) 5 b c Dylan Thomas (IRE) - Softly Tread (IRE) (Tirol) 3 Romsdal (GB) 4 ch c Halling (USA) - Pure Song (GB) (Singspiel (IRE)) Age: 3-5; Starts: 7; Wins: 5; Places: 2 Earnings: £129,352 Sire: MONSUN. Sire of 117 Stakes winners. In 2015 - ARAB SPRING Darshaan G3, EXCESS KNOWLEDGE Dansili G3, MIDSUMMER SUN Kingmambo LR. 1st Dam: SPRING SYMPHONY by Darshaan. Winner at 3. Own sister to HARD TOP. Dam of 4 winners: 2003: HOLDA (f Docksider) Winner at 2. Broodmare. 2006: GLASS HARMONIUM (c Verglas) 5 wins at 2 to 5 at home, Australia, Longines LKS Mackinnon S G1, 2nd Cathay Pacific Futurity S G1, Longines LKS Mackinnon S G1, Turnbull S G1, 3rd Kirks Doomben Cup G1. 2007: Zarzuela (f Rock of Gibraltar) unraced. Broodmare. 2008: FRUEHLING (c Azamour) 4 wins at 4 in Australia. 2010: ARAB SPRING (c Monsun) 5 wins at 4 and 5, Dubai Duty Free John Porter S G3. 2011: Song of Namibia (g Cape Cross) unraced. 2012: Petrucci (c Azamour) in training. 2013: (f Raven's Pass). died as a yearling.

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Broodmare Sire: DARSHAAN. Sire of the dams of 221 Stakes winners. In 2015 - AL KAZEEM Dubawi G2, ARAB SPRING Monsun G3, JUTLAND Halling LR, MAWAAL Shamardal LR, TRUE STORY Manduro LR, LE BEL ANJOU Malinas LR, THUBIAAN Dynaformer LR. The Monsun/Darshaan cross has produced: ESTIMATE G1, ARAB SPRING G3, SUESTADO LR. Dschingis Khan Konigsstuhl Konigskronung MONSUN br 90 Surumu Mosella Monasia ARAB SPRING b c 2010 Shirley Heights Darshaan Delsy SPRING SYMPHONY b 98 Sadler's Wells Well Head River Dancer

Dubai Duty Free Fred Darling Stakes, G3, Newbury, April 18, 7f

2008: ONEIRIC (f Act One) Winner at 4. 2011: Mountain Dew (f Tiger Hill) ran a few times. 2012: REDSTART (f Cockney Rebel) 2 wins at 2 and 3, Dubai Duty Free Fred Darling S G3. 2013: Eclogue (f Pastoral Pursuits) unraced to date. Broodmare Sire: PURSUIT OF LOVE. Sire of the dams of 27 Stakes winners. In 2015 REDSTART Cockney Rebel G3, UNIRAM Ramonti LR. Royal Academy Val Royal Vadlava COCKNEY REBEL b 2004 Known Fact Factice Wacky Princess REDSTART b f 2012 Groom Dancer Pursuit of Love Dance Quest ECSTASY b 97 Bustino Gong Shannon Princess

AON Greenham Stakes, G3, Newbury, April 18, 7f

1 Redstart (GB) 3 b f Cockney Rebel (IRE) - Ecstasy (GB) (Pursuit of Love (GB)) 2 Jellicle Ball (IRE) 3 b f Invincible Spirit (IRE) - Dance Troupe (GB) (Rainbow Quest (USA)) 3 Tiggy Wiggy (IRE) 3 b f Kodiac (GB) - Kheleyf's Silver (IRE) (Kheleyf (USA))

1 Muhaarar (GB) 3 b c Oasis Dream (GB) - Tahrir (IRE) (Linamix (FR)) 2 Estidhkaar (IRE) 3 b c Dark Angel (IRE) - Danetime Out (IRE) (Danetime (IRE)) 3 Ivawood (IRE) 3 b c Zebedee (GB) - Keenes Royale (GB) (Red Ransom (USA))

Age: 2-3; Starts: 3; Wins: 2; Places: 1 Earnings: £39,447

Age: 2-3; Starts: 6; Wins: 3; Places: 3 Earnings: £185,273

Sire: COCKNEY REBEL. Sire of 2 Stakes winners. In 2015 REDSTART Pursuit of Love G3.

Sire: OASIS DREAM. Sire of 93 Stakes winners. In 2015 CLADOCERA Pivotal G2, MUHAARAR Linamix G3, ERTIJAAL Seeking The Gold LR, MUARRAB Wolfhound LR, NAADIRR High Chaparral LR.

1st Dam: ECSTASY by Pursuit of Love. 2 wins at 2 and 3. Dam of 4 winners: 2003: (c Vettori). died as a yearling. 2004: ABOUNDING (f Generous) 2 wins at 3. 2005: MARCHPANE (f Olden Times) 2 wins. 2006: Buoyancy (f Fantastic Light) unraced. 2007: (c Fantastic Light)

1st Dam: Tahrir by Linamix. 2 wins at 3, 2nd Tote Ten to Follow Wentworth S LR. Own sister to MISTER CHARM. Dam of 5 winners: 2007: Tamaathul (g Tiger Hill) 3 wins, 2nd Dubal Firebreak S G3.


international database 2008: Raasekha (f Pivotal) Winner at 3, 3rd Mobile Casino EBF Conqueror S LR. Broodmare. 2009: SAJWAH (f Exceed And Excel) 2 wins at 2, Irish Stall.Farm EBF Dick Poole S LR. 2010: RUFOOF (f Zamindar) 2 wins at 3. 2012: MUHAARAR (c Oasis Dream) 3 wins at 2 and 3, Irish TB Marketing Gimcrack S G2, AON Greenham S G3, 3rd vision.ae Middle Park S G1, Portland Place Properties July S G2, Titanic Belfast Winkfield S LR. 2013: Kafoor (c Dubawi) unraced to date. Broodmare Sire: LINAMIX. Sire of the dams of 84 Stakes winners. In 2015 - MUHAARAR Oasis Dream G3, WOMAN O WAR Kingda Ka LR, PEACE AND CO Falco LR. The Oasis Dream/Linamix cross has produced: MUHAARAR G1, THAI HAKU G2, ALBARAAH G3. Danzig Green Desert Foreign Courier OASIS DREAM b 2000 Dancing Brave Hope Bahamian MUHAARAR b c 2012 Mendez Linamix Lunadix TAHRIR gr 2002 Last Tycoon Miss Sacha Heaven High

Premio Ambrosiano, G3, Milan, April 19, 2000m 1 Magic Artist (IRE) 4 br c Iffraaj (GB) - Artisti (GB) (Cape Cross (IRE)) 2 Cleo Fan (ITY) 4 b c Mujahid (USA) - Cuprea (IRE) (Best of The Bests (IRE)) 3 Kramulkie (IRE) 5 b c Aussie Rules (USA) - Intricate Design (GB) (Zafonic (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 11; Wins: 2; Places: 8 Earnings: £77,482 Sire: IFFRAAJ. Sire of 30 Stakes winners. In 2015 - SERENA MISS More Than Ready G2, MAGIC ARTIST Cape Cross G3, ANCIENT GODDESS Owington LR, BELLE

MIRAAJ Carnegie LR, IFFWEDANCE Soviet Star LR, CHARBEL Sadler's Wells LR. 1st Dam: Artisti by Cape Cross. unraced. Dam of 2 winners: 2010: MAGIC ART (f Nayef) 2 wins at 2 and 3 in Austria, Germany. 2011: MAGIC ARTIST (c Iffraaj) Sold 105,000gns yearling at TAOC2. 2 wins at 2 and 3 in Germany, Premio Ambrosiano G3, racebets.com Bavarian Classic G3, 2nd Darley Oettingen Rennen G2, Zukunfts Rennen G3, 3rd Fruhjahrs-Preis des Bankhauses Metzler G3. 2012: Artscape (c Iffraaj) unraced to date. 2013: Point of View (c New Approach) unraced to date. 2014: (f Raven's Pass) Broodmare Sire: CAPE CROSS. Sire of the dams of 22 Stakes winners. In 2015 - MAGIC ARTIST Iffraaj G3, CONSENSUS Postponed LR. The Iffraaj/Cape Cross cross has produced: MAGIC ARTIST G2, Fashion Princess LR. Gone West Zafonic Zaizafon IFFRAAJ b 2001 Nureyev Pastorale Park Appeal MAGIC ARTIST br c 2011 Green Desert Cape Cross Park Appeal ARTISTI b 2005 Diesis Moyesii Cherokee Rose

Big Bad Bob Gladness Stakes, G3, Curragh, April 19, 7f 1 Flight Risk (IRE) 4 ch c Teofilo (IRE) - Raghida (IRE) (Nordico (USA)) 2 Piri Wango (IRE) 6 ch g Choisir (AUS) - Zoldan (GB) (Deploy) 3 Cable Bay (IRE) 4 b c Invincible Spirit (IRE) - Rose de France (IRE) (Diktat (GB)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 8; Wins: 2; Places: 3 Earnings: £41,718 Sire: TEOFILO. Sire of 38 Stakes winners. In 2015 - KERMADEC Fuji

Kiseki G1, FLIGHT RISK Nordico G3, GENERAL SHERMAN Machiavellian LR, PARISH HALL Montjeu LR, RESONATES Warning LR, KISANJI Kingmambo LR. 1st Dam: Raghida by Nordico. 2 wins at 2, 2nd Curragh S G3, Molecomb S G3. Own sister to Nordic Fox. Dam of 7 winners: 1997: Vasanta (f Indian Ridge). Broodmare. 1998: Castle Countess (f Grand Lodge) unraced. 1999: MARIONNAUD (f Spectrum) 7 wins at 2 and 3, Coolmore Stud Concorde S G3, Derrinstown Stud 1000 Guineas Trial G3. Broodmare. 2000: Gallicanta (g Pennekamp) 2003: Greek Symphony (f Mozart). Broodmare. 2004: BRAVELY (g Rock of Gibraltar) 3 wins at 4 to 6. 2005: Rock Moss (g Rock of Gibraltar) 4 wins, 2nd St Jovite Renaissance S G3. 2006: SKY MYSTIC (f Galileo) Winner at 4. 2008: Maqaraat (c Dalakhani) 3 wins, 2nd Addleshaw Goddard Dee S G3. 2009: KHUBALA (g Acclamation) 5 wins at 3 and 4. 2011: FLIGHT RISK (c Teofilo) 2 wins at 3 and 4, Big Bad Bob Gladness S G3. Broodmare Sire: NORDICO. Sire of the dams of 14 Stakes winners. In 2015 - FLIGHT RISK Teofilo G3. Galileo

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Urban Sea TEOFILO b 2004 Danehill Speirbhean Saviour FLIGHT RISK ch c 2011 Northern Dancer Nordico Kennelot RAGHIDA b 92 Lord Gayle La Meilleure Gradille

K.Baronin von Ullmann Schwarzgold Rennen, G3, Cologne, April 19, 1600m 1 La Saldana (GER) 3 f Fastnet Rock (AUS) - La Salina (GER) (Singspiel (IRE))

2 Bourree (GER) 3 b f Siyouni (FR) Bearlita (GER) (Lomitas (GB)) 3 Winnemark (GER) 3 b f Lando (GER) - Winterthur (GER) (Alkalde (GER)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 3; Wins: 2; Places: 1 Earnings: £27,806 Sire: FASTNET ROCK. Sire of 75 Stakes winners. In 2015 - FIRST SEAL Scenic G2, LA SALDANA Singspiel G3, FASCINATING ROCK Polar Falcon LR, NINTH LEGION Xaar LR, SATURN ROCK Ne Coupez Pas LR. 1st Dam: La Salina by Singspiel. ran on the flat in Germany, Italy at 3. Dam of 4 winners: 2006: La Dawa (f Dansili) Winner at 2 in Germany, 2nd Preis des Union Gestuts LR. 2007: LA HERRADURA (f Hernando) Winner at 3 in Germany. Broodmare. 2009: Let's Fetz (c Three Valleys) unraced. 2011: NIGHT PARTY (f Dansili) Winner at 3. 2012: LA SALDANA (f Fastnet Rock) 2 wins at 2 and 3 in Germany, K.Baronin von Ullmann Schwarzgold Rennen G3. 2013: (c Tiger Hill) 2014: (c Redoute's Choice) Broodmare Sire: SINGSPIEL. Sire of the dams of 36 Stakes winners. In 2015 - LA SALDANA Fastnet Rock G3, ADAM'S BRIDGE Zenno Rob Roy LR, COSTA DEL SOL Phoenix Tower LR, MOMENTO DE ALEGRIA Refuse To Bend LR, ROMSDAL Halling LR. Danzig Danehill Razyana FASTNET ROCK b 2001 Royal Academy Piccadilly Circus Gatana LA SALDANA f 2012 In The Wings Singspiel Glorious Song LA SALINA ch 2001 Surumu La Colorada La Dorada

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international database Prix Noailles, G3, Longchamp, April 20, 2000m 1 Karaktar (IRE) 3 b c High Chaparral (IRE) - Karawana (IRE) (King's Best (USA)) 2 High Dynamite (FR) 3 b c Kentucky Dynamite (USA) Highborne (FR) (Anabaa (USA)) 3 Best of Max (FR) 3 c Kentucky Dynamite (USA) - Olanga (GER) (Shareef Dancer (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 5; Wins: 3; Places: 2 Earnings: £75,743 Sire: HIGH CHAPARRAL. Sire of 74 Stakes winners. In 2015 CONTRIBUTER Exit To Nowhere G1, FENWAY Zabeel G1, PONDAROSA MISS Danske G1, ALPINE EAGLE Zabeel G2, HI WORLD Danehill Dancer G3, KARAKTAR King's Best G3, LAST BULLET Bite The Bullet G3, CARACCI APACHE Lomitas LR, DIFFERENT GRAVEY Danehill Dancer LR, HIGH MASTER Lion Cavern LR. 1st Dam: KARAWANA by King's Best. 2 wins at 3. Dam of 4 winners: 2008: Karadenia (f Zamindar) 2009: Karatash (g Halling) Winner at 3, 3rd Nijinsky S LR. 2010: KARAMAYA (f Invincible Spirit) Winner at 2. 2011: Karezak (g Azamour) Winner over hurdles at 3, 2nd Coral Future Champion Finale Juv. Hurdle G1. 2012: KARAKTAR (c High Chaparral) 3 wins at 2 and 3 in France, Prix Noailles G3, Prix Francois Mathet LR, 3rd Prix Thomas Bryon G3. 2013: Karadeniza (f Makfi) unraced to date. 2014: (f Cape Cross) Broodmare Sire: KING'S BEST. Sire of the dams of 22 Stakes winners. In 2015 - ERVEDYA Siyouni G3, KARAKTAR High Chaparral G3, BE SAFE Holy Roman Emperor LR, MOSTANEER Dutch Art LR, MULTITUDE Multidimensional LR. The High Chaparral/King's Best cross has produced: KARAKTAR G3, BAISSE LR.

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bet365 Mile, G2, Sandown Park, April 24, 8f 1 Custom Cut (IRE) 6 b g Notnowcato (GB) - Polished Gem (IRE) (Danehill (USA)) 2 Here Comes When (IRE) 5 b g Danehill Dancer (IRE) - Quad's Melody (IRE) (Spinning World (USA)) 3 Shifting Power (GB) 4 ch c Compton Place (GB) - Profit Alert (IRE) (Alzao (USA)) Age: 2-6; Starts: 38; Wins: 11; Places: 13 Earnings: £354,708 Sire: NOTNOWCATO. Sire of 4 Stakes winners. In 2015 - CUSTOM CUT Danehill G2, CORNET OBOLENSKY Caerleon LR. 1st Dam: POLISHED GEM by Danehill. Winner at 2. Own sister to DRESS TO THRILL. Dam of 4 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) 11 wins at 3 to 6, 2015, bet365 Mile G2, Shadwell Joel S G2, Invesco Desmond S G3, Big Bad Bob Gladness S G3, Betfred Strensall S G3, Unibet Midsummer S LR, Skybet Y'shire Festival Pomfret S LR, 2nd Big Bad Bob Gladness S G3, Amethyst S G3, Pertemps Network Spring Trophy S LR, 3rd William Hill Doncaster Mile S LR, Ian/Kate Hall Macmillan Ganton S LR. 2010: AMBER ROMANCE (f Bahamian Bounty) Winner at 4. 2011: FREE EAGLE (c High Chaparral). 2 wins at 2 and 3,

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KPMG Enterprise S G3, 3rd Qipco Champion S G1. 2012: Valac (c Dark Angel) 2014: (c Dubawi) Broodmare Sire: DANEHILL. Sire of the dams of 287 Stakes winners. In 2015 - COSMIC ENDEAVOUR Northern Meteor G1, HALLOWED CROWN Street Sense G1, PRIDE OF DUBAI Street Cry G1, VANCOUVER Medaglia d'Oro G1, CUSTOM CUT Notnowcato G2, EL VALLE Dobby Road G3, KOKORONO AI Stay Gold G3, PASSING SHOT Swiss Ace G3, SCRATCHY BOTTOM Sebring G3, FEDERAL Medaglia d'Oro LR, KNIGHT'S COMMAND Pins LR, NAYELI More Than Ready LR, RACING EIGHT Mossman LR, TOWER OF LONHRO Lonhro LR, BELTOR Authorized LR, NANDO Hernando LR, RED KINGDOM Deep Impact LR. Ahonoora Inchinor 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

bet365 Gordon Richards Stakes, G3, Sandown Park, April 24, 10f 1 Western Hymn (GB) 4 b g High Chaparral (IRE) - Blue Rhapsody (GB) (Cape Cross (IRE)) 2 Postponed (IRE) 4 b c Dubawi (IRE) - Ever Rigg (GB) (Dubai Destination (USA)) 3 Cannock Chase (USA) 4 b c Lemon Drop Kid (USA) - Lynnwood Chase (USA) (Horse Chestnut (SAF)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 8; Wins: 5; Places: 2 Earnings: £260,774 Sire: HIGH CHAPARRAL. Sire of 74 Stakes winners. In 2015 CONTRIBUTER Exit To Nowhere G1, FENWAY Zabeel G1, PONDAROSA MISS Danske G1, ALPINE EAGLE Zabeel G2, HI

WORLD Danehill Dancer G3, KARAKTAR King's Best G3, LAST BULLET Bite The Bullet G3, WESTERN HYMN Cape Cross G3, CARACCI APACHE Lomitas LR, DIFFERENT GRAVEY Danehill Dancer LR, HIGH MASTER Lion Cavern LR. 1st Dam: BLUE RHAPSODY by Cape Cross. Winner at 2. Dam of 2 winners: 2010: BLUE NOVA (f Nayef) Winner at 2. 2011: WESTERN HYMN (g High Chaparral) Sold 50,000gns yearling at TAOC2. 5 wins at 2 to 4 at home, France, P.Eugene Adam (G.P.de Maisons-Laffitte) G2, bet365 Classic Trial G3, bet365 Gordon Richards S G3. 2012: Moonlight Sonata (f Galileo) Broodmare Sire: CAPE CROSS. Sire of the dams of 23 Stakes winners. In 2015 - MAGIC ARTIST Iffraaj G3, WESTERN HYMN High Chaparral G3, CONSENSUS Postponed LR, ROOKE Pastoral Pursuits LR. The High Chaparral/Cape Cross cross has produced: THE MINIVER ROSE G2, WESTERN HYMN G2, Johann Strauss G1. Northern Dancer Sadler's Wells Fairy Bridge HIGH CHAPARRAL b 99 Darshaan Kasora Kozana WESTERN HYMN b g 2011 Green Desert Cape Cross Park Appeal BLUE RHAPSODY b 2005 Darshaan Blue Symphony Blue Duster

bet365 Classic Trial, G3, Sandown Park, April 24, 10f 1 Master Apprentice (IRE) 3 gr c Mastercraftsman (IRE) - Lady Hawkfield (IRE) (Hawk Wing (USA)) 2 Cape Clear Island (IRE) 3 b c Fastnet Rock (AUS) Kushnarenkovo (GB) (Sadler's Wells (USA)) 3 Snoano (GB) 3 b c Nayef (USA) White Dress (IRE) (Pivotal (GB)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 5; Wins: 2; Places: 2 Earnings: £41,505


international database Sire: MASTERCRAFTSMAN. Sire of 13 Stakes winners. In 2015 MASTER APPRENTICE Hawk Wing G3, THEE AULD FLOOZIE Spinning World G3, INTENSE TANGO Fort Wood LR. 1st Dam: Lady Hawkfield by Hawk Wing. ran once at 3. Dam of 1 winner: 2012: MASTER APPRENTICE (c Mastercraftsman) Sold 34,068gns yearling at GOOY1. 2 wins at 2 and 3, bet365 Classic Trial G3. 2013: Royal Reserve (c Duke of Marmalade) unraced to date. 2014: (f Exceed And Excel) Broodmare Sire: HAWK WING. Sire of the dams of 3 Stakes winners. In 2015 - MASTER APPRENTICE Mastercraftsman G3. Danehill Danehill Dancer Mira Adonde MASTERCRAFTSMAN gr/ro 2006 Black Tie Affair Starlight Dreams Reves Celestes MASTER APPRENTICE gr c 2012 Woodman Hawk Wing La Lorgnette LADY HAWKFIELD br 2006 Darshaan Hoity Toity Hiwaayati

Premio Parioli 2000 Gns-Sisal Matchpoint, G3, Rome, April 26, 1600m 1 Hero Look (IRE) 3 b c Lope de Vega (IRE) - Roscoff (IRE) (Daylami (IRE)) 2 Azari (GB) 3 b c Azamour (IRE) Atasari (IRE) (Whipper (USA)) 3 General Sherman (IRE) 3 b c Teofilo (IRE) - Cromac (ITY) (Machiavellian (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 5; Wins: 4; Places: 1 Earnings: £167,130 Sire: LOPE DE VEGA. Sire of 6 Stakes winners. In 2015 - HERO LOOK Daylami G3, RIDE LIKE THE WIND Kafwain G3, MOJO RISIN Galileo LR. 1st Dam: Roscoff by Daylami. Winner at 3 in France, 2nd Prix La

Camargo LR, Prix de la Californie LR. Dam of 2 winners: 2010: Laber Ildut (f Whipper) 2011: MAWRED (c Tamayuz) 3 wins at 2 and 3 in Italy. 2012: HERO LOOK (c Lope de Vega) Sold 50,328gns yearling at GOOY1. 4 wins at 2 and 3 in Italy, Premio Gran Criterium G2, Premio Parioli 2000 Gns-Sisal Matchpoint G3. 2013: (f Dutch Art) 2014: (f Lope de Vega) Broodmare Sire: DAYLAMI. Sire of the dams of 17 Stakes winners. In 2015 - HERO LOOK Lope de Vega G3, DUBDAY Dubawi LR. Giant's Causeway Shamardal Helsinki LOPE DE VEGA ch 2007 Vettori Lady Vettori Lady Golconda HERO LOOK b c 2012 Doyoun Daylami Daltawa ROSCOFF b 2005 Barathea Traou Mad Pont-Aven

P.Regina Elena Tris Straordin1000 Gns., G3, Rome, April 26, 1600m 1 Sound of Freedom (IRE) 3 ch f Duke of Marmalade (IRE) - Paint In Green (IRE) (Invincible Spirit (IRE)) 2 Anchise (IRE) 3 b f Echo of Light (GB) - Gal O Gal (USA) (Manlove (USA)) 3 Kocna (IRE) 3 b f Aussie Rules (USA) - Star Approval (IRE) (Hawk Wing (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 4; Wins: 4; Places: 0 Earnings: £76,704 Sire: DUKE OF MARMALADE. Sire of 19 Stakes winners. In 2015 MOOFEED Encosta de Lago G3, SOUND OF FREEDOM Invincible Spirit G3. 1st Dam: Paint In Green by Invincible Spirit. 7 wins at 2 to 4 in Italy, 3rd Premio EBF Terme di Merano LR, Premio FIA European Breeders Fund LR. Dam of 3 winners:

2010: DRIVE TO HELL (c Manduro) 3 wins at 3 and 4 in Italy, P. Marchese Giuseppe Ippolito Fassati LR. 2011: COLLATERAL RISK (c Duke of Marmalade) 2 wins at 3 in Italy, Premio Gardone LR. 2012: SOUND OF FREEDOM (f Duke of Marmalade) Sold 42,586gns yearling at SGSEP. 4 wins at 2 and 3 in Italy, P.Regina Elena Tris Straordin-1000 Gns G3, Premio Seregno LR. 2014: (f Excelebration) Broodmare Sire: INVINCIBLE SPIRIT. Sire of the dams of 5 Stakes winners. In 2015 - SOUND OF FREEDOM Duke of Marmalade G3. The Duke of Marmalade/Invincible Spirit cross has produced: SOUND OF FREEDOM G3, COLLATERAL RISK LR. Danzig Danehill Razyana DUKE OF MARMALADE b 2004 Kingmambo Love Me True Lassie's Lady SOUND OF FREEDOM ch f 2012 Green Desert Invincible Spirit Rafha PAINT IN GREEN b 2004 Generous Theory of Law Lettre de Cachet

Rennen Preis der SWK Dr Busch Memorial, G3, Krefeld, April 26, 1600m 1 Karpino (GER) 3 b/br c Cape Cross (IRE) - Kahara (GB) (Sadler's Wells (USA)) 2 Ajalo (FR) 3 b c King's Best (USA) - Wings of Glory (GER) (Monsun (GER)) 3 Royal Style (FR) 3 ch c Astronomer Royal (USA) - Fast Style (FR) (Fasliyev (USA))

1st Dam: Kahara by Sadler's Wells. 3 wins at 3 inc. TurfTV Handicap, Newmarket, 3rd totesportcasino.com EBF Gillies S LR. Own sister to MILAN. Dam of 3 winners: 2010: KADOMA (f Danehill Dancer) Winner at 2 in Germany. 2011: KARPINA (f Pivotal) Winner at 3 in Germany. 2012: KARPINO (c Cape Cross) 2 wins at 2 and 3 in Germany, Rennen Preis der SWK Dr Busch Memorial G3. 2013: Statuesque (f Sea The Stars) unraced to date. Broodmare Sire: SADLER'S WELLS. Sire of the dams of 357 Stakes winners. In 2015 - BLAZING SPEED Dylan Thomas G1, GUST OF WIND Darci Brahma G1, BEAUTY PARLOR Elusive Quality G3, EH CUMPARI Elusive Quality G3, KARPINO Cape Cross G3, PECK Pivotal LR, ZAWRAQ Shamardal LR, CHARBEL Iffraaj LR, TOP GAMBLE Presenting LR. The Cape Cross/Sadler's Wells cross has produced: CAUCUS G3, KARPINO G3, LAAHEB G3, NAMIBIAN G3, CAPE OF APPROVAL LR, MANYRIVERSTOCROSS LR, Cedarberg G2, Ruwaiyan G3, Kudamm LR, Memory Cloth LR, Sean Baile Mor LR, Dalmatia LR. Danzig Green Desert Foreign Courier CAPE CROSS b/br 94 Ahonoora Park Appeal Balidaress KARPINO b/br c 2012 Northern Dancer Sadler's Wells Fairy Bridge KAHARA b 2004 Darshaan Kithanga Kalata

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Age: 2-3; Starts: 2; Wins: 2; Places: 0 Earnings: £27,723 Sire: CAPE CROSS. Sire of 98 Stakes winners. In 2015 KARPINO Sadler's Wells G3, CONVERGENCE Nayef LR, GOLDEN HORN Dubai Destination LR, PLEASURE GAINS Vettori LR.

1 Mayhem (IRE) 4 b/br f Whipper (USA) - Hit The Sky (IRE) (Cozzene (USA)) 2 Sparkling Beam (IRE) 5 b f Nayef (USA) - Pearl Dance (USA) (Nureyev (USA))

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international database 3 Mambomiss (FR) 4 ch f Mastercraftsman (IRE) - Mambo Mistress (USA) (Kingmambo (USA)) Age: 3-4; Starts: 10; Wins: 5; Places: 5 Earnings: £144,388 Sire: WHIPPER. Sire of 17 Stakes winners. In 2015 - KALSA Desert King G3, MAYHEM Cozzene G3. 1st Dam: Hit The Sky by Cozzene. unraced. Dam of 5 winners: 2006: RAIN OF MELODY (c Night Shift) 10 wins at 3 to 8, 2014 in France. 2007: ROYAL BENCH (c Whipper) 6 wins, Qatar Prix Daniel Wildenstein G2, 2nd Cathay Pacific Hong Kong Mile G1. 2008: MEMPHIS TENNESSEE (c Hurricane Run) 2 wins at 2 and 4, Boodles Diamond Ormonde S G3, 2nd Derrinstown Stud Derby Trial S G2, 3rd Dubai Duty Free Irish Derby G1. 2009: HIDDEN FLAME (c Barathea) 3 wins at 4 and 5 in Czech Republic, France, Slovakia. 2011: MAYHEM (f Whipper) 5 wins at 3 and 4 in France, Prix Allez France G3, Prix Joubert LR, 2nd Qatar Prix de Royallieu G2, 3rd Prix de la Porte de Madrid LR. 2012: Propel (f Dubawi) unraced to date. 2015: (f Dubawi) Broodmare Sire: COZZENE. Sire of the dams of 59 Stakes winners. In 2015 - SHRINKING VIOLET Congaree G2, HEARTLAND Dynasty G3, MAYHEM Whipper G3, GRINDING SPEED Grindstone LR, SANREI DUKE Durandal LR. The Whipper/Cozzene cross has produced: ROYAL BENCH G1, MAYHEM G2. Mr Prospector Miesque's Son Miesque WHIPPER b 2001 Sadler's Wells Myth To Reality Millieme MAYHEM b/br f 2011 Caro Cozzene Ride The Trails HIT THE SKY b 2002 Darshaan Cerulean Sky Solo de Lune

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Merribelle Stable Pavilion Stakes, G3, Ascot, April 29, 6f 1 Limato (IRE) 3 b g Tagula (IRE) Come April (GB) (Singspiel (IRE)) 2 Tendu (GB) 3 b f Oasis Dream (GB) - Arabesque (GB) (Zafonic (USA)) 3 Adaay (IRE) 3 b c Kodiac (GB) Lady Lucia (IRE) (Royal Applause (GB)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 5; Wins: 5; Places: 0 Earnings: £185,862 Sire: TAGULA. Sire of 17 Stakes winners. In 2015 - LIMATO Singspiel G3, TAGLIETELLE Averti LR. 1st Dam: COME APRIL by Singspiel. Winner at 3. Dam of 1 winner: 2011: (c Tagula). died as a yearling. 2012: LIMATO (g Tagula) Sold 39,047gns yearling at DNPRM. 5 wins at 2 and 3, Merribelle Stable Pavilion S G3, Compton Estates Rose Bowl S LR, Totepool Two Year Old Trophy LR. 2013: Limonata (f Bushranger) unraced to date. 2014: (f Arcano) Broodmare Sire: SINGSPIEL. Sire of the dams of 37 Stakes winners. In 2015 - LA SALDANA Fastnet Rock G3, LIMATO Tagula G3, ADAM'S BRIDGE Zenno Rob Roy LR, COSTA DEL SOL Phoenix Tower LR, MOMENTO DE ALEGRIA Refuse To Bend LR, ROMSDAL Halling LR, SUEDOIS Le Havre LR. Taufan TAGULA b 93

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Longines Sagaro Stakes, G3, Ascot, April 29, 16f 1 Mizzou (IRE) 4 b c Galileo (IRE) Moments of Joy (GB) (Darshaan)

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2 Vent de Force (GB) 4 b c Hurricane Run (IRE) - Capriolla (GB) (In The Wings) 3 Forever Now (GB) 4 b c Galileo (IRE) - All's Forgotten (USA) (Darshaan) Age: 3-4; Starts: 6; Wins: 4; Places: 2 Earnings: £62,782 Sire: GALILEO. Sire of 192 Stakes winners. In 2015 - TANBY Danewin G2, MIZZOU Darshaan G3, SERTORIUS Encosta de Lago G3, SILVER GALAXY Pivotal G3, OBSERVATIONAL Cadeaux Genereux LR, WINDSOR PARK Mr Prospector LR. 1st Dam: MOMENTS OF JOY by Darshaan. 2 wins at 3, Vodafone EBF Fillies' Gladness S LR. Dam of 3 winners: 2006: (f Refuse To Bend) 2007: Unity (f Sadler's Wells) Winner at 3, 2nd Irish Stallion Farms EBF Salsabil S LR, Martin Molony S LR, 3rd Kerry Group Noblesse S G3. Broodmare. 2009: Eternal Bounty (f Galileo) Winner at 2, 3rd Irish Stall.Farms EBF Give Thanks S G3. Broodmare. 2010: Embellished (c Galileo) unraced. 2011: MIZZOU (c Galileo) Sold 275,000gns yearling at TAOC1. 4 wins at 3 and 4, Longines Sagaro S G3, 3rd Londonmetric Noel Murless S LR. 2012: Love On My Mind (f Galileo) unraced to date. 2013: (c Galileo) Broodmare Sire: DARSHAAN. Sire of the dams of 223 Stakes winners. In 2015 - AL KAZEEM Dubawi G2, ARAB SPRING Monsun G3, MIZZOU Galileo G3, GOLDSTREAM Martino Alonso LR, JUTLAND Halling LR, MAWAAL Shamardal LR, TRUE STORY Manduro LR, LE BEL ANJOU Malinas LR, THUBIAAN Dynaformer LR. The Galileo/Darshaan cross has produced: ALANDI G1, MICHELANGELO G1, MIDAS TOUCH G1, TELESCOPE G1, VITA NOVA G1, ADORED G3, ERNEST HEMINGWAY G3, FEEL LIKE DANCING G3, FOREVER NOW G3,

LEO GALI G3, MIZZOU G3, PERFECT TRUTH G3, SENSE OF PURPOSE G3, SEVENNA G3, SHANTARAM G3, CHAMONIX LR, JANE AUSTEN LR, KISSED LR, ROYAL IRISH HUSSAR LR, Gan Amhras G1, New Zealand G1, Betterbetterbetter G3, Eternal Bounty G3, Zarebiya G3, Acapulco LR, Perseida LR. Northern Dancer Sadler's Wells Fairy Bridge GALILEO b 98 Miswaki Urban Sea Allegretta MIZZOU b c 2011 Shirley Heights Darshaan Delsy MOMENTS OF JOY b 2000 Marju My Emma Pato

Prix du Muguet, G2, SaintCloud, May 1, 1600m 1 Bawina (IRE) 4 b f Dubawi (IRE) Esneh (IRE) (Sadler's Wells (USA)) 2 Spoil The Fun (FR) 6 ch c Rock of Gibraltar (IRE) - Avezia (FR) (Night Shift (USA)) 3 Esoterique (IRE) 5 b f Danehill Dancer (IRE) - Dievotchka (GB) (Dancing Brave (USA)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 9; Wins: 5; Places: 1 Earnings: £170,414 Sire: DUBAWI. Sire of 93 Stakes winners. In 2015 - HUNTER'S LIGHT Barathea G1, PRINCE BISHOP Prospect Bay G1, SHAMAL WIND Machiavellian G1, AL KAZEEM Darshaan G2, BAWINA Sadler's Wells G2, CATKINS Catbird G2, MUBTAAHIJ Pennekamp G2, SAFETY CHECK Royal Academy G2, SRIKANDI Hurricane Sky G2, AMBER ORCHID Hennessy G3, BALL OF MUSCLE Gold Brose LR, BEST OF TIMES Rahy LR, DEUCE AGAIN Unfuwain LR, DUBDAY Daylami LR, DODGING BULLETS Kris S LR, LACHLAN BRIDGE Anabaa LR. 1st Dam: ESNEH by Sadler's Wells. 2 wins at 2 and 3 in France. Dam of 2 winners: 2006: Topix (g Linamix) 2009: Esili (c Dansili) unraced.


international database 2010: CROSSTOWN (c Cape Cross) 4 wins at 3 in France, Slovakia, Switzerland. 2011: BAWINA (f Dubawi) 5 wins at 3 and 4 in France, Prix du Muguet G2, Prix de Lieurey G3, Prix de Bagatelle LR. 2013: Petunia (f Pivotal) unraced to date. 2014: (f Fastnet Rock) Broodmare Sire: SADLER'S WELLS. Sire of the dams of 357 Stakes winners. In 2015 - BLAZING SPEED Dylan Thomas G1, GUST OF WIND Darci Brahma G1, BAWINA Dubawi G2, SECOND STEP Dalakhani G2, BEAUTY PARLOR Elusive Quality G3, EH CUMPARI Elusive Quality G3, KARPINO Cape Cross G3, PECK Pivotal LR, ZAWRAQ Shamardal LR, CHARBEL Iffraaj LR, TOP GAMBLE Presenting LR. The Dubawi/Sadler's Wells cross has produced: BAWINA G2, FOX HUNT G3, PRINCE GAGARIN LR, Irish History G1. Seeking The Gold Dubai Millennium Colorado Dancer DUBAWI b 2002 Deploy Zomaradah Jawaher BAWINA b f 2011 Northern Dancer Sadler's Wells Fairy Bridge ESNEH b 2001 Top Ville Egyptown Reine d'Egypte

Bankhaus von der Heydt Silberne Peitsche, G3, Munich, May 1, 1200m 1 Shining Emerald (GB) 4 gr g Clodovil (IRE) - Janayen (USA) (Zafonic (USA)) 2 Amy Eria (IRE) 4 b f Shamardal (USA) - Berroscoberro (FR) (Octagonal (NZ)) 3 Kolonel (GER) 6 b g Manduro (GER) - Kristin's Charm (USA) (Swain (IRE)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 11; Wins: 3; Places: 5 Earnings: £48,511 Sire: CLODOVIL. Sire of 19 Stakes winners. In 2015 - SHINING EMERALD Zafonic G3.

1st Dam: JANAYEN by Zafonic. 2 wins at 3. Dam of 4 winners: 2007: NADEEN (g Bahamian Bounty) 3 wins at 2, 4 and 5. 2008: SECRET GOLD (f Exceed And Excel) 3 wins. 2009: ROYAL SEA (g Refuse To Bend) 3 wins at 3 and 4. 2010: Sea Shadow (f Cape Cross) 2011: SHINING EMERALD (g Clodovil) 3 wins at 2 and 4 at home, Germany, Bankhaus von der Heydt Silberne Peitsche G3, Anglesey Equine Hospital Blenheim S LR, 2nd Leopardstown 2000 Guineas Trial S LR, 3rd JRA Killavullan S G3, Lacken S LR. Broodmare Sire: ZAFONIC. Sire of the dams of 59 Stakes winners. In 2015 - SHINING EMERALD Clodovil G3, TAKEDOWN Stratum G3, DANDIFIED Rebuttal LR. Danzig Danehill Razyana CLODOVIL gr 2000 Linamix Clodora Cloche d'Or SHINING EMERALD gr g 2011 Gone West Zafonic Zaizafon JANAYEN b 2000 Sadler's Wells Saafeya Safa

Qipco 2000 Guineas, G1, Newmarket, May 2, 8f 1 Gleneagles (IRE) 3 b c Galileo (IRE) - You'resothrilling (USA) (Storm Cat (USA)) 2 Territories (IRE) 3 b c Invincible Spirit (IRE) - Taranto (GB) (Machiavellian (USA)) 3 Ivawood (IRE) 3 b c Zebedee (GB) - Keenes Royale (GB) (Red Ransom (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 7; Wins: 5; Places: 2 Earnings: £554,612 Sire: GALILEO. Sire of 192 Stakes winners. In 2015 - GLENEAGLES Storm Cat G1, TANBY Danewin G2, MIZZOU Darshaan G3, SERTORIUS Encosta de Lago G3, SILVER GALAXY Pivotal G3, OBSERVATIONAL Cadeaux Genereux LR, WINDSOR PARK Mr Prospector LR.

1st Dam: YOU'RESOTHRILLING by Storm Cat. 2 wins at 2, Irish Thoroughbred Cherry Hinton S G2. Own sister to GIANT'S CAUSEWAY, Tumblebrutus, Tiger Dance and Freud. Dam of 2 winners: 2011: MARVELLOUS (f Galileo). 2 wins at 2 and 3, Etihad Airways Irish 1000 Guineas G1. 2012: GLENEAGLES (c Galileo) Champion 2yr old colt in Ireland in 2014. 5 wins at 2 and 3, Goffs Vincent O'Brien National S G1, Qipco 2000 Guineas G1, Galileo EBF Futurity S G2, Japanese Racing Authority Tyros S G3, 3rd Qatar PX Prix Jean-Luc Lagardere Gd.Crit G1. 2013: Coolmore (f Galileo) unraced to date. 2014: (c Galileo) Broodmare Sire: STORM CAT. Sire of the dams of 175 Stakes winners. In 2015 - GLENEAGLES Galileo G1, SHARED BELIEF Candy Ride G1, DIVERSY HARBOR Curlin G2, HONOR CODE A P Indy G2, LACHESIS Deep Impact G2, CAT COIN Stay Gold G3, REAL STEEL Deep Impact G3, DANON LEGEND Macho Uno LR, DIVIDED ATTENTION A P Indy LR, CORNHUSKER Dynaformer LR. The Galileo/Storm Cat cross has produced: GLENEAGLES G1, MARVELLOUS G1, MISTY FOR ME G1, GLOBAL VIEW G2, TWIRL G3, Aloft G1. Northern Dancer Sadler's Wells Fairy Bridge GALILEO b 98 Miswaki Urban Sea Allegretta GLENEAGLES b c 2012 Storm Bird Storm Cat Terlingua YOU'RESOTHRILLING br 2005 Rahy Mariah's Storm Immense

Pearl Bloodstock Palace House Stakes, G3, Newmarket, May 2, 5f 1 Goldream (GB) 6 br g Oasis Dream (GB) - Clizia (IRE) (Machiavellian (USA))

2 Justice Day (IRE) 4 b c Acclamation (GB) - Rock Exhibition (GB) (Rock of Gibraltar (IRE)) 3 Kingsgate Native (IRE) 10 b g Mujadil (USA) - Native Force (IRE) (Indian Ridge) Age: 2-6; Starts: 29; Wins: 5; Places: 14 Earnings: £134,408 Sire: OASIS DREAM. Sire of 95 Stakes winners. In 2015 CLADOCERA Pivotal G2, GOLDREAM Machiavellian G3, MUHAARAR Linamix G3, ERTIJAAL Seeking The Gold LR, MOOHAARIB Selkirk LR, MUARRAB Wolfhound LR, NAADIRR High Chaparral LR. 1st Dam: Clizia by Machiavellian. unraced. Dam of 1 winner: 2007: Lizio (c Tiger Hill) unraced. 2008: Galicuix (f Galileo) ran twice. Broodmare. 2009: GOLDREAM (g Oasis Dream) 5 wins at 3, 5 and 6, Pearl Bloodstock Palace House S G3. 2010: Spiritual Girl (f Invincible Spirit) 2012: Pazzo (g Paco Boy) unraced to date. 2014: (f Nathaniel) Broodmare Sire: MACHIAVELLIAN. Sire of the dams of 106 Stakes winners. In 2015 SAKHEE'S SOLDIER Sakhee's Secret G1, SHAMAL WIND Dubawi G1, GOLDREAM Oasis Dream G3, TERRITORIES Invincible Spirit G3, GENERAL SHERMAN Teofilo LR. The Oasis Dream/Machiavellian cross has produced: NAAQOOS G1, GOLDREAM G3, SANDREAMER G3. Danzig Green Desert Foreign Courier OASIS DREAM b 2000 Dancing Brave Hope Bahamian GOLDREAM br g 2009 Mr Prospector Machiavellian Coup de Folie CLIZIA gr/ro 2002 Highest Honor Cuixmala Floripedes

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international database Dunaden at Overbury Jockey Club Stakes, G2, Newmarket, May 2, 12f 1 Second Step (IRE) 4 b g Dalakhani (IRE) - My Dark Rosaleen (GB) (Sadler's Wells (USA)) 2 Telescope (IRE) 5 b c Galileo (IRE) - Velouette (GB) (Darshaan) 3 Pether's Moon (IRE) 5 b c Dylan Thomas (IRE) - Softly Tread (IRE) (Tirol) Age: 2-4; Starts: 7; Wins: 4; Places: 2 Earnings: £91,828 Sire: DALAKHANI. Sire of 44 Stakes winners. In 2015 - SECOND STEP Sadler's Wells G2, ALEX MY BOY Sadler's Wells G3. 1st Dam: My Dark Rosaleen by Sadler's Wells. Own sister to SILK AND SCARLET. Dam of 2 winners: 2010: MALLORY HEIGHTS (g Dalakhani) 2 wins at 3. 2011: SECOND STEP (g Dalakhani) 4 wins at 3 and 4, Dunaden at Overbury Jockey Club S G2, Finale S LR. 2013: Yellow Band (f Dalakhani) unraced to date. 2014: (c Distorted Humor) Broodmare Sire: SADLER'S WELLS. Sire of the dams of 358 Stakes winners. In 2015 - BLAZING SPEED Dylan Thomas G1, GUST OF WIND Darci Brahma G1, BAWINA Dubawi G2, SECOND STEP Dalakhani G2, ALEX MY BOY Dalakhani G3, BEAUTY PARLOR Elusive Quality G3, EH CUMPARI Elusive Quality G3, KARPINO Cape Cross G3, PECK Pivotal LR, ZAWRAQ Shamardal LR, CHARBEL Iffraaj LR, TOP GAMBLE Presenting LR. The Dalakhani/Sadler's Wells cross has produced: CHINESE WHITE G1, CONDUIT G1, RELIABLE MAN G1, SECOND STEP G2, ALEX MY BOY G3, DEEM G3, SHREYAS G3, YAHRAB G3, AKLAN LR, MIREILLE LR, KADABI LR, Little White Cloud G2, Murmansk G3, Unwritten Rule G3, Ayrad LR, Highly Toxic LR, Oranais LR, Greatness LR, Streets of Newyork LR.

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Shirley Heights Darshaan Delsy DALAKHANI gr 2000 Miswaki Daltawa Damana SECOND STEP b g 2011 Northern Dancer Sadler's Wells Fairy Bridge MY DARK ROSALEEN b 2005 Lyphard Danilova Ballinderry

Qipco 1000 Guineas, G1, Newmarket, May 3, 8f 1 Legatissimo (IRE) 3 b f Danehill Dancer (IRE) - Yummy Mummy (GB) (Montjeu (IRE)) 2 Lucida (IRE) 3 b f Shamardal (USA) - Lura (USA) (Street Cry (IRE)) 3 Tiggy Wiggy (IRE) 3 b f Kodiac (GB) - Kheleyf's Silver (IRE) (Kheleyf (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 6; Wins: 3; Places: 2 Earnings: £279,024 Sire: DANEHILL DANCER. Sire of 166 Stakes winners. In 2015 LEGATISSIMO Montjeu G1, AFFAIRE SOLITAIRE Alzao G3, OSAILA Entrepreneur G3, JAZZI TOP Zafonic LR. 1st Dam: YUMMY MUMMY by Montjeu. Winner at 3. Own sister to FAME AND GLORY. Dam of 2 winners: 2010: ANOTHER COCKTAIL (g Dalakhani) Winner at 3. 2011: Royal Battalion (g Sea The Stars) 2012: LEGATISSIMO (f Danehill Dancer) Sold 350,000gns yearling at TAOC1. 3 wins at 2 and 3, Qipco 1000 Guineas G1, ISF Victor McCalmont Memorial EBF S LR, 2nd Flame of Tara EBF S LR. 2014: (f Redoute's Choice) Broodmare Sire: MONTJEU. Sire of the dams of 26 Stakes winners. In 2015 - LEGATISSIMO Danehill Dancer G1, EXQUISITE JEWEL Lucky Unicorn G3, BROKEN GAME Broken Vow LR, LADY DUTCH Dutch Art LR, PARISH HALL Teofilo LR, MCKINLEY Kheleyf LR, SAMSTOWN Kingsalsa LR.

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The Danehill Dancer/Montjeu cross has produced: LEGATISSIMO G1, Dynasty G3. Danzig Danehill Razyana DANEHILL DANCER b 93 Sharpen Up Mira Adonde Lettre d'Amour LEGATISSIMO b f 2012 Sadler's Wells Montjeu Floripedes YUMMY MUMMY b 2005 Shirley Heights Gryada Grimpola

Char Spirit Dahlia Stakes, G2, Newmarket, May 3, 9f 1 Bragging (USA) 4 b/br f Exchange Rate (USA) - Boasting (USA) (Kris S (USA)) 2 Kleo (GR) 4 b f Kavafi (IRE) Selfish (GB) (Bluebird (USA)) 3 Belle d'Or (USA) 4 b f Medaglia d'Oro (USA) - Glatisant (GB) (Rainbow Quest (USA)) Age: 3-4; Starts: 7; Wins: 4; Places: 3 Earnings: £110,462 Sire: EXCHANGE RATE. Sire of 44 Stakes winners. In 2015 - BALL DANCING Silver Hawk G1, BRAGGING Kris S G2, KALITHEA Southern Halo G2, MISS ELLA Woodman G2, ABUELO ADIB Malibu Moon LR. 1st Dam: BOASTING by Kris S. 3 wins at 3 and 4 in USA. Dam of 2 winners: 2008: Great Roar (g Thunder Gulch) 2009: TRUTH TO TELL (g Aptitude) Winner at 5 in USA. 2011: BRAGGING (f Exchange Rate) 4 wins at 3 and 4, Char Spirit Dahlia S G2, 2nd Japan Racing Association Sceptre S G3. 2012: Bergamot Orange (f War Front) unraced to date. 2013: Vaunting (f Exchange Rate) unraced to date. 2014: (f Candy Ride) Broodmare Sire: KRIS S. Sire of the dams of 83 Stakes winners. In 2015 - BRAGGING Exchange Rate G2, WAR AFFAIR O'Reilly LR, DODGING BULLETS Dubawi LR.

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Pas de Nom EXCHANGE RATE gr 97 Seeking The Gold Sterling Pound Spectacular Bev BRAGGING b/br f 2011 Roberto Kris S Sharp Queen BOASTING b/br 2001 Known Fact Proud Fact Proud Lou

Prix de Barbeville, G3, Longchamp, May 3, 3000m 1 Alex My Boy (IRE) 4 b c Dalakhani (IRE) - Alexandrova (IRE) (Sadler's Wells (USA)) 2 Fly With Me (FR) 5 gr c Beat Hollow (GB) - Bird of Paradise (FR) (Highest Honor (FR)) 3 Achtung (SPA) 7 b c Sulamani (IRE) - Aurea (GER) (Silvano (GER)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 11; Wins: 4; Places: 4 Earnings: £89,619 Sire: DALAKHANI. Sire of 44 Stakes winners. In 2015 - SECOND STEP Sadler's Wells G2, ALEX MY BOY Sadler's Wells G3. 1st Dam: ALEXANDROVA by Sadler's Wells. Champion 3yr old filly in England & Ireland in 2006, Jt Champion 3yr old filly in Europe in 2006. 4 wins at 2 and 3, Darley Irish Oaks G1, Vodafone Oaks S G1, Darley Yorkshire Oaks G1, 2nd Meon Valley Stud Fillies' Mile S G1, 3rd Prix de l'Opera Casino Barriere Enghien G1. Own sister to Masterofthehorse. Dam of 2 winners: 2009: Drops (f Kingmambo). Broodmare. 2010: BELLA QATARA (f Dansili) Winner at 3 in France. 2011: ALEX MY BOY (c Dalakhani) Sold 59,523gns yearling at ARAUG. 4 wins at 3 and 4 at home, France, Prix de Barbeville G3, 2nd Absolute Aesthetics March S LR, Prix Right Royal LR. 2012: Fonteyn (f Oasis Dream) unraced to date. 2013: Somehow (f Fastnet Rock) unraced to date. Broodmare Sire: SADLER'S WELLS. Sire of the dams of 358 Stakes


international database winners. In 2015 - BLAZING SPEED Dylan Thomas G1, GUST OF WIND Darci Brahma G1, BAWINA Dubawi G2, SECOND STEP Dalakhani G2, ALEX MY BOY Dalakhani G3, BEAUTY PARLOR Elusive Quality G3, EH CUMPARI Elusive Quality G3, KARPINO Cape Cross G3, PECK Pivotal LR, ZAWRAQ Shamardal LR, CHARBEL Iffraaj LR, TOP GAMBLE Presenting LR. The Dalakhani/Sadler's Wells cross has produced: CHINESE WHITE G1, CONDUIT G1, RELIABLE MAN G1, SECOND STEP G2, ALEX MY BOY G3, DEEM G3, SHREYAS G3, YAHRAB G3, AKLAN LR, MIREILLE LR, KADABI LR, Little White Cloud G2, Murmansk G3, Unwritten Rule G3, Ayrad LR, Highly Toxic LR, Oranais LR, Greatness LR, Streets of Newyork LR. Shirley Heights Darshaan Delsy DALAKHANI gr 2000 Miswaki Daltawa Damana ALEX MY BOY b c 2011 Northern Dancer Sadler's Wells Fairy Bridge ALEXANDROVA b 2003 Shirley Heights Shouk Souk

Prix Vanteaux, G3, Longchamp, May 3, 1800m 1 Olorda (GER) 3 b f Lord of England (GER) - Oligarchica (GER) (Desert King (IRE)) 2 Vedouma (FR) 3 f Dalakhani (IRE) - Vadawina (IRE) (Unfuwain (USA)) 3 Via Manzoni (IRE) 3 b f Monsun (GER) - Via Milano (FR) (Singspiel (IRE)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 4; Wins: 2; Places: 2 Earnings: £35,801 Sire: LORD OF ENGLAND. Sire of 7 Stakes winners. In 2015 - OLORDA Desert King G3. 1st Dam: Oligarchica by Desert King. 2 wins at 3 and 5 in Italy, 3rd Premio Baggio LR. Dam of 3 winners:

2008: Amelonado (c Dashing Blade) 2009: OLIANDRA (f Lando) Winner at 4 in Germany. 2011: Oil of England (c Lord of England) Winner at 3 in France, 3rd Derby Italiano G2, Premio Federico Tesio G2. 2012: OLORDA (f Lord of England) 2 wins at 3 in France, Germany, Prix Vanteaux G3. 2013: Olblade (c Dashing Blade) unraced to date. Broodmare Sire: DESERT KING. Sire of the dams of 15 Stakes winners. In 2015 - KALSA Whipper G3, OLORDA Lord of England G3, BOCCA BACIATA Big Bad Bob LR. The Lord of England/Desert King cross has produced: OLORDA G3, Oil of England G2. Elegant Air Dashing Blade Sharp Castan LORD OF ENGLAND ch 2003 Los Santos Loveria Liranga OLORDA b f 2012 Danehill Desert King Sabaah OLIGARCHICA b 2001 Waajib Ostwahlerin Ostkonigin

Prix Ganay, G1, Longchamp, May 3, 2000m 1 Cirrus des Aigles (FR) 9 b g Even Top (IRE) - Taille de Guepe (FR) (Septieme Ciel (USA)) 2 Al Kazeem (GB) 7 b c Dubawi (IRE) - Kazeem (GB) (Darshaan) 3 Fate (FR) 6 b f Teofilo (IRE) Specificity (USA) (Alleged (USA)) Age: 2-9; Starts: 60; Wins: 22; Places: 29 Earnings: £5,871,110 Sire: EVEN TOP. Sire of 1 Stakes winners. In 2015 - CIRRUS DES AIGLES Septieme Ciel G1. 1st Dam: Taille de Guepe by Septieme Ciel. unraced. Dam of 2 winners: 2003: MESNIL DES AIGLES (c Neverneyev) 7 wins at 3 to 7 in France.

2004: Miss des Aigles (f Alamo Bay). Broodmare. 2005: Vie des Aigles (f Alamo Bay) ran on the flat in France. Broodmare. 2006: CIRRUS DES AIGLES (g Even Top) Champion older horse in Europe in 2011 & Jt Champion in 2014, Champion older horse in France in 2012. 22 wins at 3 to 9, 2015 at home, France, UAE, Qipco Champion S G1, Investec St NicholasAbbey Coronation Cup G1, Prix d'Ispahan G1, Prix Ganay Prix Air Mauritius G1 (3 times), Longines Dubai Sheema Classic G1, Grand Prix de Deauville-Lucien Barriere G2, Qatar Prix Dollar G2 (3 times), Prix du Conseil de Paris G2, GP de Vichy-Auvergne Etapi du Defi Galop G3, La Coupe G3, La Coupe de Maisons-Laffitte G3, Prix du Prince d'Orange G3, Prix Gontaut-Biron-Hong Kong Jockey Club G3, Prix de Boulogne LR, Grand Prix du Lion d'Angers LR, 2nd Qipco Champion S G1 (twice), Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud G1, Prix d'Ispahan G1, Longines Dubai Sheema Classic G1, Qatar Prix Dollar G2, Prix du Conseil de Paris G2, Prix Exbury G3, Prix GontautBiron-Hong Kong Jockey Club G3, G. P. de Clairefontaine LR, Prix Matchem LR, Derby du Languedoc LR, Prix Policeman LR, 3rd Prix Ganay G1, Longines Hong Kong Cup G1, Prix Gontaut-Biron-Hong Kong Jockey Club G3, Prix Ridgway LR, Prix Pelleas LR. 2008: Kiva des Aigles (f Enrique) ran on the flat in France. 2011: Flash des Aigles (c Sinndar) 2012: (f Siyouni) Broodmare Sire: SEPTIEME CIEL. Sire of the dams of 21 Stakes winners. In 2015 - CIRRUS DES AIGLES Even Top G1, PORNICHET Vespone G3. Ahonoora Topanoora Topping Girl EVEN TOP br 93 Niniski Skevena Skhiza CIRRUS DES AIGLES b g 2006 Seattle Slew Septieme Ciel Maximova TAILLE DE GUEPE ch 99 Funambule Roots Ruma

Fruhjahrs-Preis des Bankhauses Metzler, G3, Frankfurt, May 3, 2000m 1 Shadow Sadness (GER) 3 b c Soldier Hollow (GB) - Shadow Queen (GER) (Lando (GER)) 2 Areo (GB) 3 ch c Medicean (GB) Atiara (GER) (Pivotal (GB)) 3 Fair Mountain (GER) 3 b c Tiger Hill (IRE) - Fair Breeze (GER) (Silvano (GER)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 3; Wins: 0; Places: 1 Earnings: £2,167 Sire: SOLDIER HOLLOW. Sire of 13 Stakes winners. In 2015 SHADOW SADNESS Lando G3. 1st Dam: SHADOW QUEEN by Lando. Winner at 3 in Germany. Dam of 2 winners: 2009: SURVEY (f Big Shuffle) 3 wins at 2 and 3 in Germany, Schwarzgold Rennen G3. Broodmare. 2010: Shadow Prince (c Sholokhov) unraced. 2011: Summertime (f Sholokhov) 2012: SHADOW SADNESS (c Soldier Hollow) Fruhjahrs-Preis des Bankhauses Metzler G3. Broodmare Sire: LANDO. Sire of the dams of 18 Stakes winners. In 2015 - SHADOW SADNESS Soldier Hollow G3. The Soldier Hollow/Lando cross has produced: DABBITSE G3, SHADOW SADNESS G3. Sadler's Wells In The Wings High Hawk SOLDIER HOLLOW b 2000 Common Grounds Island Race Lake Isle SHADOW SADNESS b c 2012 Acatenango Lando Laurea SHADOW QUEEN ch 2003 Dashing Blade Simply Red Schalmai

So You Think EBF Mooresbridge Stakes, G3, Curragh, May 4, 10f 1 Fascinating Rock (IRE) 4 b c Fastnet Rock (AUS) - Miss Polaris (GB) (Polar Falcon (USA))

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international database 2 Parish Hall (IRE) 6 b c Teofilo (IRE) - Halla Siamsa (IRE) (Montjeu (IRE)) 3 Waltzing Matilda (IRE) 4 b f Danehill Dancer (IRE) - Simadartha (USA) (Gone West (USA)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 8; Wins: 5; Places: 0 Earnings: £170,698 Sire: FASTNET ROCK. Sire of 76 Stakes winners. In 2015 - FIRST SEAL Scenic G2, FASCINATING ROCK Polar Falcon G3, LA SALDANA Singspiel G3, DIAMONDSANDRUBIES Sadler's Wells LR, NINTH LEGION Xaar LR, SATURN ROCK Ne Coupez Pas LR. 1st Dam: MISS POLARIS by Polar Falcon. 2 wins at 3 and 4. Own sister to EURO FALCON. Dam of 3 winners: 2008: SECRETSUBSTITUTE (g High Chaparral) Winner at 3. 2009: Quick Jack (g Footstepsinthesand) 5 wins, 3rd boylesports.com H. Hurdle G2. 2011: FASCINATING ROCK (c Fastnet Rock) 5 wins at 3 and 4, Derrinstown Stud Derby Trial S G3, Mooresbridge S G3, P W McGrath Mem. Ballysax S G3, Heritage S LR. 2013: (c Cape Cross) Broodmare Sire: POLAR FALCON. Sire of the dams of 31 Stakes winners. In 2015 - FASCINATING ROCK Fastnet Rock G3. Danzig Danehill Razyana FASTNET ROCK b 2001 Royal Academy Piccadilly Circus Gatana FASCINATING ROCK b c 2011 Nureyev Polar Falcon Marie d'Argonne MISS POLARIS b 2001 Ela-Mana-Mou Sarabah Be Discreet

Canford Cliffs EBF Athasi Stakes, G3, Curragh, May 4, 7f 1 Iveagh Gardens (IRE) 4 b f Mastercraftsman (IRE) - Woodland Chant (USA) (War Chant (USA)) 2 Found (IRE) 3 b f Galileo (IRE) Red Evie (IRE) (Intikhab (USA)) 3 Avenue Gabriel (GB) 4 b f Champs Elysees (GB) - Vas Y Carla (USA) (Gone West (USA))

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Age: 2-4; Starts: 6; Wins: 2; Places: 2 Earnings: £51,984 Sire: MASTERCRAFTSMAN. Sire of 14 Stakes winners. In 2015 IVEAGH GARDENS War Chant G3, MASTER APPRENTICE Hawk Wing G3, THEE AULD FLOOZIE Spinning World G3, INTENSE TANGO Fort Wood LR. 1st Dam: Woodland Chant by War Chant. unraced. Dam of 1 winner: 2010: Pacquiao (g Teofilo) ran a few times. 2011: IVEAGH GARDENS (f Mastercraftsman) Sold 55,000gns yearling at TAOC1. 2 wins at 3 and 4, Canford Cliffs EBF Athasi S G3, 2nd G. P. der Deutschen Bank Neue Bult Cup LR. 2013: (f Mastercraftsman) 2014: (f Pour Moi) Broodmare Sire: WAR CHANT. Sire of the dams of 5 Stakes winners. In 2015 - IVEAGH GARDENS Mastercraftsman G3. Danehill Danehill Dancer Mira Adonde MASTERCRAFTSMAN gr/ro 2006 Black Tie Affair Starlight Dreams Reves Celestes IVEAGH GARDENS b f 2011 Danzig War Chant Hollywood Wildcat WOODLAND CHANT b 2006 Woodman Woodland Orchid Rose de Thai

Prix Greffulhe, G2, Saint-Cloud, May 5, 2000m 1 Sumbal (IRE) 3 b c Danehill Dancer (IRE) - Alix Road (FR) (Linamix (FR)) 2 Untold Secret (GB) 3 b c Shamardal (USA) - Confidential Lady (GB) (Singspiel (IRE)) 3 Kouros Jelois (FR) 3 b c Hannouma (IRE) - Anowa (FR) (Lost World (IRE)) Age: 3; Starts: 3; Wins: 3; Places: 0 Earnings: £80,310 Sire: DANEHILL DANCER. Sire of 167 Stakes winners. In 2015 LEGATISSIMO Montjeu G1,

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SUMBAL Linamix G2, AFFAIRE SOLITAIRE Alzao G3, OSAILA Entrepreneur G3, JAZZI TOP Zafonic LR. 1st Dam: Alix Road by Linamix. 3 wins at 3 to 5 in France, 2nd Prix du Conseil de Paris G2, 3rd Montjeu Coolmore Prix Saint-Alary G1. Dam of 2 winners: 2010: Tayf (c Dansili) 2011: Lavender Lane (f Shamardal) Winner at 3 in France, 3rd Shadwell Prix de la Nonette G2, Abu Dhabi Prix de Malleret G2. 2012: SUMBAL (c Danehill Dancer) Sold 193,573gns yearling at ARAU1. 3 wins at 3 in France, Prix Greffulhe G2. 2013: (f Sea The Stars) 2014: (c Exceed And Excel) Broodmare Sire: LINAMIX. Sire of the dams of 85 Stakes winners. In 2015 - SUMBAL Danehill Dancer G2, MUHAARAR Oasis Dream G3, WOMAN O WAR Kingda Ka LR, PEACE AND CO Falco LR. The Danehill Dancer/Linamix cross has produced: ALNADANA G1, SUMBAL G2. Danzig Danehill Razyana DANEHILL DANCER b 93 Sharpen Up Mira Adonde Lettre d'Amour SUMBAL b c 2012 Mendez Linamix Lunadix ALIX ROAD gr 2003 Persian Heights Life On The Road Arkova

Prix d'Hedouville, G3, Longchamp, May 6, 2400m 1 Meleagros (IRE) 6 b c King's Best (USA) - Viola Royale (IRE) (Royal Academy (USA)) 2 Teletext (USA) 4 b c Empire Maker (USA) - Conference Call (GB) (Anabaa (USA)) 3 Cocktail Queen (IRE) 5 b f Motivator (GB) - Premier Prize (GB) (Selkirk (USA)) Age: 2-6; Starts: 22; Wins: 7; Places: 10 Earnings: £203,675

Sire: KING'S BEST. Sire of 57 Stakes winners. In 2015 MELEAGROS Royal Academy G3. 1st Dam: Viola Royale by Royal Academy. 2 wins at 2, 2nd Debutante S LR. Dam of 7 winners: 2000: ST ANDREWS (g Celtic Swing) 6 wins, Ben Marshall S LR, 3rd Lexus Darley S G3. 2002: CELTICELLO (g Celtic Swing) 8 wins. 2003: Viola d'Amore (f Celtic Swing). Dam of Mazzore (c Diamond Green: 4 wins at 3, 4 and 6 in Italy, 2nd P.Regione ToscanaDefi du Galop Betflag LR, Premio del Circo Massimo LR) 2004: HURRICANE THOMAS (g Celtic Swing) 5 wins at 3, 5 and 6. 2005: COLOUR TROOPER (g Traditionally) Winner at 3. 2006: SHADY LADY (f Celtic Swing) Winner at 2. 2008: Beer Flush (c Intikhab) 2009: MELEAGROS (c King's Best) 7 wins at 2 to 6, 2015 in France, Prix d'Hedouville G3, G. P. de Nantes Etapi du Defi du Galop LR, Derby de l'Ouest-Grand Prix de L'Asselco LR, Prix de la Porte de Madrid LR, 2nd Prix d'Hedouville G3, Prix de la Porte de Madrid LR. 2010: CALLMEAKHAB (f Intikhab) Winner at 3. 2013: (c Myboycharlie) Broodmare Sire: ROYAL ACADEMY. Sire of the dams of 149 Stakes winners. In 2015 GAULTIER Rios G1, BURBERO O'Reilly G2, SABATINI Street Cry G2, SAFETY CHECK Dubawi G2, MELEAGROS King's Best G3, SOMEWHAT Dynaformer G3, JARDIM DI NAPOLI First American LR, SAI DE BAIXO Elusive Quality LR, THE MESSINA NYMPH Commands LR. Mr Prospector Kingmambo Miesque KING'S BEST b 97 Lombard Allegretta Anatevka MELEAGROS b c 2009 Nijinsky Royal Academy Crimson Saint VIOLA ROYALE b 95 Riverman Wood Violet Honor Tricks


international database MBNA Chester Vase, G3, Chester, May 7, 12f 1 Hans Holbein (GB) 3 b c Montjeu (IRE) - Llia (GB) (Shirley Heights) 2 Storm The Stars (USA) 3 b c Sea The Stars (IRE) - Love Me Only (IRE) (Sadler's Wells (USA)) 3 Medrano (GB) 3 b c Archipenko (USA) - Trick Or Treat (GB) (Lomitas (GB)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 4; Wins: 2; Places: 2 Earnings: £50,799 Sire: MONTJEU. Sire of 132 Stakes winners. In 2015 - HANS HOLBEIN Shirley Heights G3, HURRICANE FLY Kenmare LR. 1st Dam: Llia by Shirley Heights. Winner at 2, 3rd Madagans Pretty Polly S LR. Dam of 7 winners: 1997: DILSAA (g Night Shift) 3 wins. 1998: Effie (f Royal Academy) unraced. Broodmare. 1999: KOOTENAY (f Selkirk) 4 wins at 2 and 3 at home, Italy, Blue Square Masaka S LR, Vodafone Princess Elizabeth S LR, Premio Coolmore LR, 2nd Premio Dormello G3, 3rd Falmouth S G2. Dam of Kelowna (f Pivotal: 3 wins, 3rd H.B.P.A. S LR) 2000: JAY GEE'S CHOICE (g Barathea) 4 wins at 2 and 4. 2001: GRETNA (f Groom Dancer) Winner at 3. Broodmare. 2005: KING FINGAL (g King's Best) 5 wins. 2006: SANS FRONTIERES (c Galileo). 4 wins at 2 and 4, Irish Field Irish St Leger G1. 2007: Hellenio (g Cape Cross) 2009: Capellian Crusader (g Cape Cross) unraced. 2010: Vestige (g Montjeu) ran once in a N.H. Flat Race. 2012: HANS HOLBEIN (c Montjeu) Sold 50,000gns yearling at TAOC1. 2 wins at 3, Chester Vase G3. 2014: (c Power) Broodmare Sire: SHIRLEY HEIGHTS. Sire of the dams of 191 Stakes winners. In 2015 - INARA Trippi G1, HANS HOLBEIN Montjeu G3. The Montjeu/Shirley Heights cross has produced: ANTON CHEKHOV G1, FAME AND GLORY G1, MONTARE G1, HANS HOLBEIN G3,

MAVERICK WAVE Elusive Quality G3, OCEAN KNIGHT Curlin G3.

Stakes winners. In 2015 - CLEVER COOKIE Primo Valentino G3.

Northern Dancer Sadler's Wells Fairy Bridge MONTJEU b 96 Top Ville Floripedes Toute Cy HANS HOLBEIN b c 2012 Mill Reef Shirley Heights Hardiemma LLIA b 92 Persian Bold Llyn Gwynant Etoile des Galles

Mr Prospector Gone West Secrettame ELUSIVE QUALITY b 93 Hero's Honor Touch of Greatness Ivory Wand MAVERICK WAVE ch c 2011 Storm Cat Stormy Atlantic Hail Atlantis MISTY OCEAN b 2005 Lypheor Shocking Sport High Voltage Sport

Dominion Primo Dominie Swan Ann PRIMO VALENTINO b 97 Dancing Brave Dorothea Brooke Connaught Bridge CLEVER COOKIE b g 2008 Pitcairn Ela-Mana-Mou Rose Bertin MYSTIC MEMORY b/br 89 High Top Mountain Memory Forgotten Dreams

Betfair Huxley Stakes, G3, Chester, May 7, 10f

Boodles Diamond Ormonde Stakes, G3, Chester, May 8, 13f

Prix de Guiche, G3, Chantilly, May 8, 1800m

1 Clever Cookie (GB) 7 b g Primo Valentino (IRE) - Mystic Memory (GB) (Ela-Mana-Mou) 2 Tac de Boistron (FR) 8 gr g Take Risks (FR) - Pondiki (FR) (Sicyos (USA)) 3 Deuce Again (GB) 4 b f Dubawi (IRE) - Match Point (GB) (Unfuwain (USA))

1 War Dispatch (USA) 3 b c War Front (USA) - Photograph (USA) (Unbridled's Song (USA)) 2 De Treville (GB) 3 b c Oasis Dream (GB) - Dar Re Mi (GB) (Singspiel (IRE)) 3 Piment Rouge (FR) 3 b c Evasive (GB) - Red Sea (FR) (Marignan (USA))

Washington Irving G2, Red Peony G3, Orzare LR.

1 Maverick Wave (USA) 4 ch c Elusive Quality (USA) - Misty Ocean (USA) (Stormy Atlantic (USA)) 2 Cannock Chase (USA) 4 b c Lemon Drop Kid (USA) - Lynnwood Chase (USA) (Horse Chestnut (SAF)) 3 Air Pilot (GB) 6 b g Zamindar (USA) - Countess Sybil (IRE) (Dr Devious (IRE)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 13; Wins: 6; Places: 4 Earnings: £152,610 Sire: ELUSIVE QUALITY. Sire of 103 Stakes winners. In 2015 - AINDA MELHOR Deputy Commander G2, SEDUIRE Holy Bull G2, BEAUTY PARLOR Sadler's Wells G3, EH CUMPARI Sadler's Wells G3, MAVERICK WAVE Stormy Atlantic G3, BALLON BLEU Our Emblem LR, CARROCEL ENCANTADO Wild Event LR, CHRONNOS Put It Back LR, NORTH SLOPE A P Indy LR, SAI DE BAIXO Royal Academy LR. 1st Dam: MISTY OCEAN by Stormy Atlantic. 4 wins at 2 and 3 in USA, Honeymoon H G2. Dam of 1 winner: 2010: Ocean Spray Too (f Mr Greeley) 2011: MAVERICK WAVE (c Elusive Quality) 6 wins at 2 to 4, Betfair Huxley S G3. 2013: Bombadier (c Unbridled's Song) unraced to date. Broodmare Sire: STORMY ATLANTIC. Sire of the dams of 8 Stakes winners. In 2015 -

Age: 4-7; Starts: 15; Wins: 9; Places: 3 Earnings: £147,215 Sire: PRIMO VALENTINO. Sire of 1 Stakes winners. In 2015 - CLEVER COOKIE Ela-Mana-Mou G3. 1st Dam: MYSTIC MEMORY by ElaMana-Mou. 11 wins. Dam of 4 winners: 1996: Lord Angus (g Rock Hopper) 1997: FLASH OF MEMORY (f Rock Hopper) 2 wins. 1999: MYSTIC GLEN (f Vettori) 2 wins. Broodmare. 2000: SIMPLY MYSTIC (f Simply Great) Winner over hurdles. Broodmare. 2003: Mystic Mountain (g Monashee Mountain) ran once. 2004: Mystic Minx (f Vettori) ran 3 times in N.H. Flat Races. 2005: (f Cloudings) 2007: De Vine Memory (f Grape Tree Road) 2008: CLEVER COOKIE (g Primo Valentino) 9 wins, Boodles Diamond Ormonde S G3, Stowe Family Law LLP Grand Cup LR, totepool.com Premier Kelso Nov. Hurdle G2. Broodmare Sire: ELA-MANAMOU. Sire of the dams of 91

Age: 2-3; Starts: 7; Wins: 6; Places: 1 Earnings: £104,468 Sire: WAR FRONT. Sire of 31 Stakes winners. In 2015 - JACK MILTON Forty Niner G1, WAR CORRESPONDENT Rahy G3, WAR DISPATCH Unbridled's Song G3. 1st Dam: Photograph by Unbridled's Song. unraced. Dam of 1 winner: 2012: WAR DISPATCH (c War Front) 6 wins at 2 and 3 in France, Prix de Guiche G3, Prix Policeman LR. 2013: George Patton (c War Front) unraced to date. Broodmare Sire: UNBRIDLED'S SONG. Sire of the dams of 64 Stakes winners. In 2015 - CARPE DIEM Giant's Causeway G1, DAYTONA GREY Artie Schiller G3, EL KABEIR Scat Daddy G3, MARCH Blame G3, WAR DISPATCH War Front G3, BLUEGRASS SINGER Bluegrass Cat LR. The War Front/Unbridled's Song cross has produced: WARNING FLAG G1, WAR DISPATCH G3, Tensas Cold Front LR.

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Northern Dancer

Pas de Nom WAR FRONT b 2002 Rubiano Starry Dreamer Lara's Star WAR DISPATCH b c 2012 Unbridled Unbridled's Song Trolley Song PHOTOGRAPH gr/ro 2007 Arch Black Speck Andover Way

Betfred Chartwell Stakes, G3, Lingfield Park, May 9, 7f 1 Majestic Queen (IRE) 5 b f Kheleyf (USA) - Night Fairy (IRE) (Danehill (USA)) 2 New Providence (GB) 3 ch f Bahamian Bounty (GB) - Bayja (IRE) (Giant's Causeway (USA)) 3 Evita Peron (GB) 4 ch f Pivotal (GB) - Entente Cordiale (IRE) (ElaMana-Mou) Age: 2-5; Starts: 15; Wins: 5; Places: 6 Earnings: £129,763 Sire: KHELEYF. Sire of 19 Stakes winners. In 2015 - MAJESTIC QUEEN Danehill G3, MCKINLEY Montjeu LR. 1st Dam: NIGHT FAIRY by Danehill. Winner at 3. Own sister to FAIRY OF THE NIGHT. Dam of 2 winners: 2008: Lexi's Princess (f Verglas) 2010: MAJESTIC QUEEN (f Kheleyf) Sold 14,778gns yearling at GOOY1. 5 wins at 2 to 5, 2015, Ballyogan S G3, Betfred Chartwell S G3, 2nd Irish Stall. Farms EBF Brownstown S G3. 2011: STARS SO BRIGHT (f Sea The Stars) Winner at 3. 2012: Seaworthy (f Sea The Stars) in training. 2013: (f Sea The Stars) Broodmare Sire: DANEHILL. Sire of the dams of 289 Stakes winners. In 2015 - COSMIC ENDEAVOUR Northern Meteor G1, HALLOWED CROWN Street Sense G1, PRIDE OF DUBAI Street Cry G1, VANCOUVER Medaglia d'Oro G1, CUSTOM CUT Notnowcato G2, EL VALLE Dobby Road G3, KOKORONO AI Stay Gold G3, MAJESTIC QUEEN Kheleyf G3, PASSING SHOT Swiss Ace G3, SCRATCHY BOTTOM Sebring G3, FEDERAL Medaglia d'Oro LR,

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KNIGHT'S COMMAND Pins LR, LANDLOCKED Zabeel LR, NAYELI More Than Ready LR, RACING EIGHT Mossman LR, TOMBELAINE First Defence LR, TOWER OF LONHRO Lonhro LR, BELTOR Authorized LR, NANDO Hernando LR, RED KINGDOM Deep Impact LR. Danzig Green Desert Foreign Courier KHELEYF b/br 2001 Mr Prospector Society Lady La Voyageuse MAJESTIC QUEEN b f 2010 Danzig Danehill Razyana NIGHT FAIRY b 2001 Night Shift Sassenach Darabaka

Premio Presidente della Repubblica, G1, Rome, May 10, 2000m 1 Cleo Fan (ITY) 4 b c Mujahid (USA) - Cuprea (IRE) (Best of The Bests (IRE)) 2 Magic Artist (IRE) 4 br c Iffraaj (GB) - Artisti (GB) (Cape Cross (IRE)) 3 Wake Forest (GER) 5 b c Sir Percy (GB) - Wurfspiel (GER) (Lomitas (GB)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 10; Wins: 4; Places: 6 Earnings: £178,048 Sire: MUJAHID. Sire of 27 Stakes winners. In 2015 - CLEO FAN Best of The Bests G1. 1st Dam: CUPREA by Best of The Bests. 7 wins at 2 to 4 in Italy. Dam of 3 winners: 2010: CATNIP FAN (f Johnny Red Kerr) 2 wins at 2 and 3 in Italy. 2011: CLEO FAN (c Mujahid) 4 wins at 2 to 4 in Italy, Premio Presidente della Repubblica G1, Premio Villa Borghese Memorial Cadoni LR, 2nd Premio Roma GBI Racing G1, Premio Ambrosiano G3, Premio Campobello LR. 2012: Cassiano Fan (c Until Sundown) 3 wins at 2 and 3 in Italy, 3rd Criterium Partenopeo LR. Broodmare Sire: BEST OF THE BESTS. Sire of the dams of 1 Stakes winners. In 2015 - CLEO FAN Mujahid G1.

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Danzig

Northern Dancer

Pas de Nom MUJAHID b 96 Storm Cat Elrafa Ah Bubbles Darlene CLEO FAN b c 2011 Machiavellian Best of The Bests Sueboog CUPREA ch 2004 Don't Forget Me Verbena Isabena

Prix de Saint-Georges, G3, Longchamp, May 10, 1000m 1 Mecca's Angel (IRE) 4 gr f Dark Angel (IRE) - Folga (GB) (Atraf (GB)) 2 Robert Le Diable (FR) 6 ch c Dutch Art (GB) - Red Begonia (GB) (Pivotal (GB)) 3 Hot Streak (IRE) 4 ch c Iffraaj (GB) - Ashirah (USA) (Housebuster (USA)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 12; Wins: 7; Places: 4 Earnings: £146,870 Sire: DARK ANGEL. Sire of 16 Stakes winners. In 2015 - MECCA'S ANGEL Atraf G3, STORMFLY Lomitas G3, FANCIFUL ANGEL Groom Dancer LR, SOVEREIGN DEBT Most Welcome LR. 1st Dam: Folga by Atraf. 6 wins at 2 to 4, 2nd EBF Lansdown S LR. Dam of 2 winners: 2011: MECCA'S ANGEL (f Dark Angel) Sold 16,000gns yearling at TAOC2. 7 wins at 2 to 4 at home, France, Dubai International Airport World Trophy G3, Prix de Saint-Georges G3, John Smith's Original Scarbrough S LR, 2nd Shadwell EBF Stallions H.Rosebery S LR, Julia Graves Roses S LR. 2012: Markaz (c Dark Angel) Winner at 2, 2nd Somerville Tattersall S G3. 2014: (f Dark Angel) Broodmare Sire: ATRAF. Sire of the dams of 3 Stakes winners. In 2015 - MECCA'S ANGEL Dark Angel G3. The Dark Angel/Atraf cross has produced: MECCA'S ANGEL G3, Markaz G3.

Royal Applause Acclamation Princess Athena DARK ANGEL gr 2005 Machiavellian Midnight Angel Night At Sea MECCA'S ANGEL gr f 2011 Clantime Atraf Flitteriss Park FOLGA b 2002 Belfort Desert Dawn Cast Pearls

Prix Poule d'Essai des Pouliches, G1, Longchamp, May 10, 1600m 1 Ervedya (FR) 3 b f Siyouni (FR) Elva (IRE) (King's Best (USA)) 2 Irish Rookie (IRE) 3 b f Azamour (IRE) - Bold Assumption (GB) (Observatory (USA)) 3 Mexican Gold (USA) 3 b f Medaglia d'Oro (USA) - Hachita (USA) (Gone West (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 7; Wins: 5; Places: 2 Earnings: £372,488 Sire: SIYOUNI. Sire of 4 Stakes winners. In 2015 - ERVEDYA King's Best G1. 1st Dam: Elva by King's Best. 2 wins at 2 and 3 in France, 2nd Prix Vanteaux G3. Dam of 3 winners: 2009: ELMAL (c Dalakhani) 3 wins. 2010: Elayouna (f Dr Fong) unraced. 2011: ENNAYA (f Nayef) 2 wins at 3 in France. 2012: ERVEDYA (f Siyouni). 5 wins at 2 and 3 in France, Poule d'Essai des Pouliches G1, P de Cabourg G3, Prix Imprudence G3, 2nd Prix Marcel Boussac G1, 3rd Prix Morny G1. 2013: (f Exceed And Excel) Broodmare Sire: KING'S BEST. Sire of the dams of 22 Stakes winners. In 2015 - ERVEDYA Siyouni G1, KARAKTAR High Chaparral G3, BE SAFE Holy Roman Emperor LR, MOSTANEER Dutch Art LR, MULTITUDE Multidimensional LR. Pivotal

Polar Falcon

Fearless Revival SIYOUNI b 2007 Danehill Sichilla Slipstream Queen ERVEDYA b f 2012 Kingmambo King's Best Allegretta ELVA b 2004 Marju Evora Eviyrna


international database Prix Hocquart, G2, Longchamp, May 10, 2200m

Poule d'Essai des Poulains, G1, Longchamp, May 10, 1600m

1 Ampere (FR) 3 c Galileo (IRE) Amorama (FR) (Sri Pekan (USA)) 2 Cape Clear Island (IRE) 3 b c Fastnet Rock (AUS) Kushnarenkovo (GB) (Sadler's Wells (USA)) 3 Canndal (FR) 3 b c Medicean (GB) - Clodovina (IRE) (Rock of Gibraltar (IRE))

1 Make Believe (GB) 3 b c Makfi (GB) - Rosie's Posy (IRE) (Suave Dancer (USA)) 2 New Bay (GB) 3 ch c Dubawi (IRE) - Cinnamon Bay (GB) (Zamindar (USA)) 3 Mr Owen (USA) 3 b c Invincible Spirit (IRE) - Mrs Lindsay (USA) (Theatrical)

1 Success Days (IRE) 3 gr c Jeremy (USA) - Malaica (FR) (Roi Gironde (IRE)) 2 Summaya (IRE) 3 b f Azamour (IRE) - Simawa (IRE) (Anabaa (USA)) 3 Carbon Dating (IRE) 3 b c The Carbon Unit (USA) - Advertising Space (IRE) (Galileo (IRE))

Age: 3; Starts: 2; Wins: 2; Places: 0 Earnings: £70,620

Age: 2-3; Starts: 4; Wins: 3; Places: 1 Earnings: £280,607

Age: 2-3; Starts: 6; Wins: 4; Places: 0 Earnings: £93,641

Sire: MAKFI. Sire of 3 Stakes winners. In 2015 - MAKE BELIEVE Suave Dancer G1, MARKY MARK Testa Rossa G1, CORNWALLVILLE Cadeaux Genereux LR.

Sire: JEREMY. Sire of 8 Stakes winners. In 2015 - KOOL KOMPANY Indian Ridge G3, SUCCESS DAYS Roi Gironde G3.

Sire: GALILEO. Sire of 194 Stakes winners. In 2015 - GLENEAGLES Storm Cat G1, AMPERE Sri Pekan G2, TANBY Danewin G2, KISSED BY ANGELS Danehill Dancer G3, MIZZOU Darshaan G3, SERTORIUS Encosta de Lago G3, SILVER GALAXY Pivotal G3, OBSERVATIONAL Cadeaux Genereux LR, WINDSOR PARK Mr Prospector LR. 1st Dam: AMORAMA by Sri Pekan. 5 wins at 2 to 5 in France, USA, Del Mar Oaks G1, John C Mabee H G1, 3rd Gamely Breeders' Cup H G1. Dam of 4 winners: 2008: AMOA (f Ghostzapper) Winner at 3 in France. 2009: A Moi (f Elusive Quality) 2010: AMO AMI AMA (f Monsun) Winner at 3 in France. 2011: AMORINE (f Montjeu) 2 wins at 3 in France. 2012: AMPERE (c Galileo) 2 wins at 3 in France, Prix Hocquart G2. 2014: (c Lawman) Broodmare Sire: SRI PEKAN. Sire of the dams of 18 Stakes winners. In 2015 - AMPERE Galileo G2, LAZER STAR Toreador LR. The Galileo/Sri Pekan cross has produced: AMPERE G2, KISSING THE CAMERA LR. Northern Dancer Sadler's Wells Fairy Bridge GALILEO b 98 Miswaki Urban Sea Allegretta AMPERE c 2012 Red Ransom Sri Pekan Lady Godolphin AMORAMA b/br 2001 Alzao Tanzania Triple Couronne

1st Dam: ROSIE'S POSY by Suave Dancer. Winner at 2. Dam of 3 winners: 2004: Crown of Roses (f Tobougg) unraced. 2005: GENEROUS THOUGHT (c Cadeaux Genereux) 3 wins at 2 and 3. 2007: DUBAWI HEIGHTS (f Dubawi) 5 wins at 3 and 4 in USA, Yellow Ribbon S G1, Gamely S G1, 2nd Beverly D S G1. Broodmare. 2008: Welsh Dancer (g Dubawi) 2009: Red Coast (c Cape Cross) ran on the flat in Japan. 2010: Hazy Days (g Green Desert) ran and ran over hurdles. 2012: MAKE BELIEVE (c Makfi) 3 wins at 2 and 3 in France, Poule d'Essai des Poulains P.le Parisien G1, 2nd Prix Djebel G3. 2013: Estikmaal (c Oasis Dream) unraced to date. 2014: (c Frankel) Broodmare Sire: SUAVE DANCER. Sire of the dams of 15 Stakes winners. In 2015 - MAKE BELIEVE Makfi G1. Dubai Millennium Dubawi Zomaradah MAKFI b 2007 Green Desert Dhelaal Irish Valley MAKE BELIEVE b c 2012 Green Dancer Suave Dancer Suavite ROSIE'S POSY b 99 Distant Relative My Branch Pay The Bank

Derrinstown Stud Derby Trial Stakes, G3, Leopardstown, May 10, 10f

1st Dam: Malaica by Roi Gironde. 3rd Albany S LR, 3 wins at 2 and 3 in France, 2nd Prix Miesque G3. Dam of 1 winner: 2007: Road To Success (c Daliapour) unraced. 2009: (f Oratorio) 2012: SUCCESS DAYS (c Jeremy) 4 wins at 2 and 3, Derrinstown Stud Derby Trial S G3, P W McGrath Memorial Ballysax S G3. 2013: Justice Angel (f Dark Angel) unraced to date. 2014: (c Famous Name) Broodmare Sire: ROI GIRONDE. Sire of the dams of 1 Stakes winners. In 2015 - SUCCESS DAYS Jeremy G3. Danehill Danehill Dancer Mira Adonde JEREMY b/br 2003 Arazi Glint In Her Eye Wind In Her Hair SUCCESS DAYS gr c 2012 Fairy King Roi Gironde Girouette MALAICA gr 2001 Highest Honor Carmel She's My Lovely

Derrinstown Stud 1000 Guineas Trial, G3, Leopardstown, May 10, 8f 1 Kissed By Angels (IRE) 3 b f Galileo (IRE) - Lillie Langtry (IRE) (Danehill Dancer (IRE)) 2 Devonshire (IRE) 3 b f Fast Company (IRE) - Nova Tor (IRE) (Trans Island (GB))

3 Stormfly (IRE) 3 gr f Dark Angel (IRE) - Intaglia (GER) (Lomitas (GB)) Age: 3; Starts: 2; Wins: 1; Places: 1 Earnings: £31,845 Sire: GALILEO. Sire of 194 Stakes winners. In 2015 - GLENEAGLES Storm Cat G1, AMPERE Sri Pekan G2, TANBY Danewin G2, KISSED BY ANGELS Danehill Dancer G3, MIZZOU Darshaan G3, SERTORIUS Encosta de Lago G3, SILVER GALAXY Pivotal G3, OBSERVATIONAL Cadeaux Genereux LR, WINDSOR PARK Mr Prospector LR. 1st Dam: LILLIE LANGTRY by Danehill Dancer. 5 wins at 2 and 3, Coronation S G1, Coolmore Fusaichi Pegasus Matron S G1, 3rd Moyglare Stud S G1. Dam of 1 winner: 2012: KISSED BY ANGELS (f Galileo) 1 win at 3, Derrinstown Stud 1000 Guineas Trial G3. 2013: (f Galileo) 2014: (f Galileo) Broodmare Sire: DANEHILL DANCER. Sire of the dams of 32 Stakes winners. In 2015 - HI WORLD High Chaparral G3, KISSED BY ANGELS Galileo G3, BRIGHTON Buffalo Man LR, GEE GEES TOP NOTCH Wordsmith LR, IT IS WRITTEN Written Tycoon LR, BALMUSETTE Halling LR, DIFFERENT GRAVEY High Chaparral LR, SEMPRE MEDICI Medicean LR. The Galileo/Danehill Dancer cross has produced: QUEST FOR PEACE G2, BE MY GAL G3, KISSED BY ANGELS G3, INDIAN MAHARAJA LR, Criteria G2, Lahinch Classics G2, Kingston Jamaica G3, Noble Galileo G3, Felix Mendelssohn LR, Seussical LR, Wedding Vow LR. Northern Dancer Sadler's Wells Fairy Bridge GALILEO b 98 Miswaki Urban Sea Allegretta KISSED BY ANGELS b f 2012 Danehill Danehill Dancer Mira Adonde LILLIE LANGTRY b/br 2007 Darshaan Hoity Toity Hiwaayati

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international database Ard Glen Amethyst Stakes, G3, Leopardstown, May 10, 8f

Gerling Preis, G2, Cologne, May 10, 2400m

1 Onenightidreamed (IRE) 4 ch g Footstepsinthesand (GB) Pivotalia (IRE) (Pivotal (GB)) 2 Sruthan (IRE) 5 b g Arakan (USA) - Giveupyeraulsins (IRE) (Mark of Esteem (IRE)) 3 Fire Ship (GB) 6 b g Firebreak (GB) - Mays Dream (GB) (Josr Algarhoud (IRE))

1 Guardini (FR) 4 gr c Dalakhani (IRE) - Guantana (GER) (Dynaformer (USA)) 2 Girolamo (GER) 6 b c Dai Jin (GB) - Golden Time (GER) (Surumu (GER)) 3 Eric (GER) 4 ch c Tertullian (USA) - Ericarrow (IRE) (Bollin Eric (GB))

Age: 3-4; Starts: 5; Wins: 3; Places: 2 Earnings: £89,437 Sire: FOOTSTEPSINTHESAND. Sire of 42 Stakes winners. In 2015 SAND PUCE Roar G2, ONENIGHTIDREAMED Pivotal G3, QUEEN OF THE SAND Woodman G3, SANDIVA Mark of Esteem G3, FOOT BAND Numerous LR, KASPERSKY Grand Lodge LR. 1st Dam: PIVOTALIA by Pivotal. Winner at 3. Dam of 2 winners: 2009: Eesti Poiss (c Oratorio) unraced. 2011: ONENIGHTIDREAMED (g Footstepsinthesand) Sold 24,000gns yearling at TAOC2. 3 wins at 3 and 4, Ard Glen Amethyst S G3. 2012: ROTHERWICK (c Starspangledbanner) 3 wins at 2. 2013: (f Zoffany) 2014: (c Requinto) Broodmare Sire: PIVOTAL. Sire of the dams of 32 Stakes winners. In 2015 - CLADOCERA Oasis Dream G2, MAIN SEQUENCE Aldebaran G2, ONENIGHTIDREAMED Footstepsinthesand G3, SILVER GALAXY Galileo G3, BANK OF BURDEN Hawk Wing LR, GREAT MINDS Bahamian Bounty LR, RIVELLINO Invincible Spirit LR. Storm Cat Giant's Causeway Mariah's Storm FOOTSTEPSINTHESAND b 2002 Rainbow Quest Glatisant Dancing Rocks ONENIGHTIDREAMED ch g 2011 Polar Falcon Pivotal Fearless Revival PIVOTALIA b 2004 Barathea Viscaria Zivania

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Age: 3-4; Starts: 7; Wins: 3; Places: 1 Earnings: £77,967 Sire: DALAKHANI. Sire of 44 Stakes winners. In 2015 GUARDINI Dynaformer G2, SECOND STEP Sadler's Wells G2, ALEX MY BOY Sadler's Wells G3. 1st Dam: GUANTANA by Dynaformer. 3 wins at 3 and 4 in Germany, Monsun Oster Stutenpreis LR, Siemens Rennen Hanshin-Cup LR, 2nd Walther J Jacobs Stutenpreis G3. Dam of 1 winner: 2011: GUARDINI (c Dalakhani) 3 wins at 3 and 4 in France, Germany, Gerling Preis G2, Prix du Lys Longines G3. 2012: Gouache (f Shamardal) 2013: Guizot (c Tertullian) unraced to date. 2014: (f Holy Roman Emperor) Broodmare Sire: DYNAFORMER. Sire of the dams of 69 Stakes winners. In 2015 - FOREVER SALE Not For Sale G1, GUARDINI Dalakhani G2, FEATHERED Indian Charlie G3, MULTILATERAL Mizzen Mast LR. Shirley Heights Darshaan Delsy DALAKHANI gr 2000 Miswaki Daltawa Damana GUARDINI gr c 2011 Roberto Dynaformer Andover Way GUANTANA b 2005 Monsun Guadalupe Guernica

Prix Texanita, G3, MaisonsLaffitte, May 11, 1000m 1 Goken (FR) 3 b c Kendargent (FR) - Gooseley Chope (FR) (Indian Rocket (GB))

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2 Finsbury Square (IRE) 3 b c Siyouni (FR) - Diamond Square (FR) (Dyhim Diamond (IRE)) 3 Volatile (SWE) 3 b g Strategic Prince (GB) - Look That Chick (USA) (Souvenir Copy (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 10; Wins: 4; Places: 5 Earnings: £146,172 Sire: KENDARGENT. Sire of 12 Stakes winners. In 2015 - GOKEN Indian Rocket G3. 1st Dam: GOOSELEY CHOPE by Indian Rocket. 2 wins. Dam of 1 winner: 2012: GOKEN (c Kendargent) 4 wins at 2 and 3 in France, Prix du Bois G3, Prix Texanita G3, 3rd Criterium de Maisons-Laffitte G2, Prix Sigy G3. 2013: Kengora (f Kendargent) unraced to date. 2014: Gokena (f Kendargent) Broodmare Sire: INDIAN ROCKET. Sire of the dams of 4 Stakes winners. In 2015 - GOKEN Kendargent G3. The Kendargent/Indian Rocket cross has produced: KENDAM G1, GOKEN G2, KENFREEZE LR, Revedargent LR. Kenmare Kendor Belle Mecene KENDARGENT gr 2003 Linamix Pax Bella Palavera GOKEN b c 2012 Indian Ridge Indian Rocket Selvi GOOSELEY CHOPE b 2007 Pyramus Gooseley Lane Primavera

Tattersalls Musidora Stakes, G3, York, May 13, 10f 1 Star of Seville (GB) 3 b f Duke of Marmalade (IRE) - Stage Presence (IRE) (Selkirk (USA)) 2 Together Forever (IRE) 3 b f Galileo (IRE) - Green Room (USA) (Theatrical) 3 Pandora (IRE) 3 ch f Galileo (IRE) - Song of My Heart (IRE) (Footstepsinthesand (GB)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 4; Wins: 3; Places: 1 Earnings: £71,321

Sire: DUKE OF MARMALADE. Sire of 20 Stakes winners. In 2015 MOOFEED Encosta de Lago G3, SOUND OF FREEDOM Invincible Spirit G3, STAR OF SEVILLE Selkirk G3. 1st Dam: STAGE PRESENCE by Selkirk. 2 wins at 3. Dam of 5 winners: 2003: SPECTACULAR SHOW (f Spectrum) Winner at 2. Dam of VALBCHEK (g Acclamation: 4 wins at 3, 4 and 6, Best odds Bookmakers Golden Rose S LR) 2004: ENGLISH BALLET (f Danehill Dancer) 2 wins at 2, Swynford Paddocks Sweet Solera S G3, 2nd May Hill S G2, 3rd Meon Valley Stud Fillies' Mile S G1. Broodmare. 2005: Irish Ballet (f High Chaparral) unraced. 2006: Stage Performance (f Danehill Dancer) ran twice. Broodmare. 2007: CALYPSO DREAM (f Danehill Dancer) Winner at 4 in Australia. Broodmare. 2011: SACRED ACT (c Oasis Dream) Winner at 3. 2012: STAR OF SEVILLE (f Duke of Marmalade) 3 wins at 2 and 3, Tattersalls Musidora S G3. 2013: Stage Queen (f Oasis Dream) unraced to date. Broodmare Sire: SELKIRK. Sire of the dams of 51 Stakes winners. In 2015 - LADY LARA Excellent Art G2, DORMELLO Dansili G3, STAR OF SEVILLE Duke of Marmalade G3, MOOHAARIB Oasis Dream LR. Danzig Danehill Razyana DUKE OF MARMALADE b 2004 Kingmambo Love Me True Lassie's Lady STAR OF SEVILLE b f 2012 Sharpen Up Selkirk Annie Edge STAGE PRESENCE ch 98 Tirol Park Charger Haitienne

Duke of York Clipper Logistics Stakes, G2, York, May 13, 6f 1 Glass Office (GB) 5 gr c Verglas (IRE) - Oval Office (GB) (Pursuit of Love (GB))


international database 2 Mattmu (GB) 3 b c Indesatchel (IRE) - Katie Boo (IRE) (Namid (GB)) 3 Jack Dexter (GB) 6 b/br g Orientor (GB) - Glenhurich (IRE) (Sri Pekan (USA)) Age: 2-5; Starts: 15; Wins: 4; Places: 4 Earnings: £112,235 Sire: VERGLAS. Sire of 41 Stakes winners. In 2015 - GLASS OFFICE Pursuit of Love G2. 1st Dam: OVAL OFFICE by Pursuit of Love. 2 wins at 3. Dam of 2 winners: 2006: Washington Place (c Dansili) 2007: Gone Global (g Bahamian Bounty) ran a few times. 2010: GLASS OFFICE (c Verglas) Sold 49,260gns yearling at GOOY1. 4 wins at 2 and 5, Duke of York Clipper Logistics S G2, Betfred Bonus King Sirenia S G3, 2nd BetVictor Sandy Lane S LR. 2011: CAPTAIN MORLEY (g Hernando) 2 wins at 3. 2013: Ms Gillard (f Aussie Rules) unraced to date. 2014: (c Archipenko) Broodmare Sire: PURSUIT OF LOVE. Sire of the dams of 27 Stakes winners. In 2015 - GLASS OFFICE Verglas G2, REDSTART Cockney Rebel G3, UNIRAM Ramonti LR. Kenmare Highest Honor High River VERGLAS gr 94 Secreto Rahaam Fager's Glory GLASS OFFICE gr c 2010 Groom Dancer Pursuit of Love Dance Quest OVAL OFFICE ch 99 Sharpen Up Pushy Mrs Moss

Prix Cleopatre, G3, Saint-Cloud, May 13, 2000m 1 Little Nightingale (FR) 3 ch f Muhtathir (GB) - L'Etoile de Moscou (GB) (Peintre Celebre (USA)) 2 Al Naamah (IRE) 3 b f Galileo (IRE) - Alluring Park (IRE) (Green Desert (USA)) 3 Stay The Night (USA) 3 b f Arch (USA) - Louve Royale (IRE) (Peintre Celebre (USA))

Age: 2-3; Starts: 3; Wins: 2; Places: 1 Earnings: £44,865 Sire: MUHTATHIR. Sire of 27 Stakes winners. In 2015 - LITTLE NIGHTINGALE Peintre Celebre G3, ZACK HALL Dancing Brave LR, TWINLIGHT Big Shuffle LR. 1st Dam: L'Etoile de Moscou by Peintre Celebre. Winner at 3 in France, 2nd Prix Petite Etoile LR. Dam of 2 winners: 2010: LAURENTIDES (c Notnowcato) Winner at 4 in France. 2011: Leeston (g Notnowcato) ran on the flat in France. 2012: LITTLE NIGHTINGALE (f Muhtathir) 2 wins at 3 in France, Prix Cleopatre G3. Broodmare Sire: PEINTRE CELEBRE. Sire of the dams of 37 Stakes winners. In 2015 - LITTLE NIGHTINGALE Muhtathir G3, PERFECT START Perfectly Ready G3, AKATEA Shamardal LR. Diesis Elmaamul Modena MUHTATHIR ch 95 Al Nasr Majmu Affirmative Fable LITTLE NIGHTINGALE ch f 2012 Nureyev Peintre Celebre Peinture Bleue L'ETOILE DE MOSCOU b 2005 Caerleon L'Etoile de Mer Lexington Star

Irish National Stud EBF Blue Wind Stakes, G3, Naas, May 13, 10f 1 Pleascach (IRE) 3 b f Teofilo (IRE) - Toirneach (USA) (Thunder Gulch (USA)) 2 Zannda (IRE) 3 b f Azamour (IRE) - Zanoubiya (IRE) (Dalakhani (IRE)) 3 Queen of Alba (IRE) 6 b f Rock of Gibraltar (IRE) - Mad Madam Mym (GB) (Hernando (FR)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 4; Wins: 2; Places: 2 Earnings: £59,524 Sire: TEOFILO. Sire of 40 Stakes winners. In 2015 - KERMADEC Fuji Kiseki G1, TAMAANEE Perugino G2, FLIGHT RISK Nordico G3,

PLEASCACH Thunder Gulch G3, GENERAL SHERMAN Machiavellian LR, PARISH HALL Montjeu LR, RESONATES Warning LR, KISANJI Kingmambo LR.

Encosta de Lago G3, SILVER GALAXY Pivotal G3, OBSERVATIONAL Cadeaux Genereux LR, WINDSOR PARK Mr Prospector LR.

1st Dam: TOIRNEACH by Thunder Gulch. 2 wins at 2 and 3. Dam of 1 winner: 2011: Ionsai Nua (f New Approach) unraced. 2012: PLEASCACH (f Teofilo) 2 wins at 2 and 3, Irish National Stud EBF Blue Wind S G3, 2nd Irish Stallion Farms EBF Salsabil S LR. 2013: Brontide (c Vocalised) unraced to date.

1st Dam: Shastye by Danehill. 2 wins at 3 and 4, 2nd totesport.com Pontefract Castle S LR. Dam of 2 winners: 2006: Shastyes Pinch (c Pivotal). unraced, Died at 2 years. 2008: Shabyt (f Sadler's Wells) unraced. Broodmare. 2010: SECRET GESTURE (f Galileo) Sold 230,000gns yearling at TAOC1. 4 wins at 2 to 5, 2015, Betfred Middleton S G2, Betfred The Bonus King Oaks Trial S LR, Voute Sales Warwickshire Oaks LR, 2nd Investec Oaks S G1, Henkel Preis der Diana - Stuten Derby G1, Sky Bet York S G2, Middleton S G2, 3rd Darley Yorkshire Oaks G1, Darley Prix Jean Romanet G1. 2011: MAURUS (c Medicean) 2 wins at 3 and 4 in Australia. 2012: Sir Isaac Newton (c Galileo) 2013: Secret Sense (f Shamardal) unraced to date. 2014: (f Street Cry)

Broodmare Sire: THUNDER GULCH. Sire of the dams of 60 Stakes winners. In 2015 - LOVELY MARIA Majesticperfection G1, MSHAWISH Medaglia d'Oro G1, DELAGO'S SECRET Encosta de Lago G3, EL BILLARISTA El Corredor G3, PLEASCACH Teofilo G3, FUMINO MOON Admire Moon LR. Galileo

Sadler's Wells

Urban Sea TEOFILO b 2004 Danehill Speirbhean Saviour PLEASCACH b f 2012 Gulch Thunder Gulch Line of Thunder TOIRNEACH b 2005 Country Pine Wandering Pine Wandering Lace

Age: 2-5; Starts: 13; Wins: 4; Places: 7 Earnings: £419,327

Broodmare Sire: DANEHILL. Sire of the dams of 289 Stakes winners. In 2015 - COSMIC ENDEAVOUR Northern Meteor G1, HALLOWED CROWN Street Sense G1, PRIDE OF DUBAI Street Cry G1, VANCOUVER Medaglia d'Oro G1, CUSTOM CUT Notnowcato G2, SECRET GESTURE Galileo G2, EL VALLE Dobby Road G3, KOKORONO AI Stay Gold G3, MAJESTIC QUEEN Kheleyf G3, PASSING SHOT Swiss Ace G3, SCRATCHY BOTTOM Sebring G3, SOLICIT Street Cry G3, FEDERAL Medaglia d'Oro LR, KNIGHT'S COMMAND Pins LR, LANDLOCKED Zabeel LR, NAYELI More Than Ready LR, RACING EIGHT Mossman LR, TOMBELAINE First Defence LR, TOWER OF LONHRO Lonhro LR, BELTOR Authorized LR, NANDO Hernando LR, RED KINGDOM Deep Impact LR.

Sire: GALILEO. Sire of 194 Stakes winners. In 2015 - GLENEAGLES Storm Cat G1, AMPERE Sri Pekan G2, SECRET GESTURE Danehill G2, TANBY Danewin G2, KISSED BY ANGELS Danehill Dancer G3, MIZZOU Darshaan G3, SERTORIUS

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, NOBLE MISSION G1, ORCHESTRA G1, RODERIC O'CONNOR G1,

Betfred Middleton Stakes, G2, York, May 14, 10f 110yds 1 Secret Gesture (GB) 5 b f Galileo (IRE) - Shastye (IRE) (Danehill (USA)) 2 Talmada (USA) 4 b f Cape Cross (IRE) - Aryaamm (IRE) (Galileo (IRE)) 3 Ribbons (GB) 5 ch f Manduro (GER) - Sister Act (GB) (Marju (IRE))

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international database ROMANTICA G1, SCINTILLULA G1, SECRET GESTURE G1, TAPESTRY G1, TEOFILO G1, HIGHLAND REEL G2, REEM G2, CRYSTAL GAL G3, DAZZLING G3, GALIWAY G3, JOHN F KENNEDY G3, LAGALP G3, MEKONG RIVER G3, SIDERA G3, WONDERFULLY G3, MISS GALILEI LR, VIA GALILEI LR, BALLYGLASHEEN LR, SUPASUNDAE LR, Galileo's Destiny G1, Gile Na Greine G1, Mars G1, The Assayer G1, Brightest G3, Circling G3, Claiomh Solais G3, Impulsive Moment G3, Marksmanship G3, Acteur Celebre LR, Amerique LR, Provenance LR, Pageboy LR. Northern Dancer Sadler's Wells Fairy Bridge GALILEO b 98 Miswaki Urban Sea Allegretta SECRET GESTURE b f 2010 Danzig Danehill Razyana SHASTYE b 2001 Sagace Saganeca Haglette

Betfred Dante Stakes, G2, York, May 14, 10f 1 Golden Horn (GB) 3 b c Cape Cross (IRE) - Fleche d'Or (GB) (Dubai Destination (USA)) 2 Jack Hobbs (GB) 3 br c Halling (USA) - Swain's Gold (USA) (Swain (IRE)) 3 Elm Park (GB) 3 b c Phoenix Reach (IRE) - Lady Brora (GB) (Dashing Blade) Age: 2-3; Starts: 3; Wins: 3; Places: 0 Earnings: £118,188 Sire: CAPE CROSS. Sire of 100 Stakes winners. In 2015 - GOLDEN HORN Dubai Destination G2, KARPINO Sadler's Wells G3, AGENT MURPHY Dansili LR, CONVERGENCE Nayef LR, DON'T BE Fasliyev LR, PLEASURE GAINS Vettori LR. 1st Dam: Fleche d'Or by Dubai Destination. unraced. Dam of 2 winners: 2011: EASTERN BELLE (f Champs Elysees) Winner at 3, Lord Weinstock Mem. Ballymacoll S LR.

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2012: GOLDEN HORN (c Cape Cross) Sold 190,000gns yearling at TAOC1. 3 wins at 2 and 3, Betfred Dante S G2, Feilden S LR. 2013: Golden Reign (f Champs Elysees) unraced to date. 2014: (f Acclamation) Broodmare Sire: DUBAI DESTINATION. Sire of the dams of 8 Stakes winners. In 2015 GOLDEN HORN Cape Cross G2, SLIGHTLY SWEET Charge Forward G3, LEXINGTON TIMES Paco Boy LR. Danzig Green Desert Foreign Courier CAPE CROSS b/br 94 Ahonoora Park Appeal Balidaress GOLDEN HORN b c 2012 Kingmambo Dubai Destination Mysterial FLECHE D'OR b 2006 Nureyev Nuryana Loralane

Comer Group Int. Oleander Rennen, G3, BerlinHoppegarten, May 14, 3200m 1 Ephraim (GB) 4 b c Rail Link (GB) - Enrica (GB) (Niniski (USA)) 2 Swordshire (GER) 4 c Shirocco (GER) - Sword Roche (GER) (Laroche (GER)) 3 Walzertakt (GER) 6 b c Montjeu (IRE) - Walzerkoenigin (USA) (Kingmambo (USA)) Age: 3-4; Starts: 8; Wins: 2; Places: 3 Earnings: £12,414 Sire: RAIL LINK. Sire of 9 Stakes winners. In 2015 - SPILLWAY Cadeaux Genereux G1, EPHRAIM Niniski G3. 1st Dam: Enrica by Niniski. 3 wins at 3 and 4 in Germany, 2nd Premio Lydia Tesio G2. Own sister to Enrique. Dam of 8 winners: 2000: ESPOSITA (f Sternkoenig) 3 wins at 3 and 4 in Germany. Dam of Eliot (c Tiger Hill: Winner at 3 in Germany, 3rd P. von Europa G1) 2001: EGERTON (c Groom Dancer). 5 wins at 5 to 7 in Germany, Idee Hansa-Preis G2 (twice), 2nd Grosser Volkswagen Preis von Baden G1, IVG Preis von Europa G1, 3rd Grosser Preis von Baden G1.

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2002: ESTRELLE (f Sternkoenig) 2 wins at 4 in Germany. Broodmare. 2003: EMELDA (f Dashing Blade) 5 wins at 3 and 4 in France, Germany. Broodmare. 2004: ELORA (f Alkalde) Winner at 3 in Germany. Dam of Elora Princess (f Desert Prince: 3 wins at 2 and 3 in Germany, 2nd Grosser Preis der Sparkasse Dortmund LR) 2006: EPHIGENIE (f Groom Dancer) 2 wins at 3 in Germany, G.P. der Hans G Bock Inneneinrichtungen LR. Broodmare. 2007: ENORA (f Noverre) 2 wins at 3 in Germany, Henkel Preis der Diana - Stuten Derby G1. Broodmare. 2008: Euripedes (c Sternkoenig) unraced. 2009: Erkan (c Kallisto) 2011: EPHRAIM (c Rail Link) Sold 41,269gns yearling at BBAGS. 2 wins at 3 and 4 in Germany, Comer Group Int. Oleander Rennen G3. 2012: Edington (c Dansili) Broodmare Sire: NINISKI. Sire of the dams of 44 Stakes winners. In 2015 - EPHRAIM Rail Link G3. Dansili

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Hasili RAIL LINK b 2003 Theatrical Docklands Dockage EPHRAIM b c 2011 Nijinsky Niniski Virginia Hills ENRICA ch 94 Surumu Eicidora Envira

Betway Yorkshire Cup, G2, York, May 15, 14f 1 Snow Sky (GB) 4 b c Nayef (USA) - Winter Silence (GB) (Dansili (GB)) 2 Brown Panther (GB) 7 b/br c Shirocco (GER) - Treble Heights (IRE) (Unfuwain (USA)) 3 Havana Beat (IRE) 5 b g Teofilo (IRE) - Sweet Home Alabama (IRE) (Desert Prince (IRE)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 11; Wins: 4; Places: 6 Earnings: £307,882 Sire: NAYEF. Sire of 21 Stakes winners. In 2015 - SNOW SKY

Dansili G2, SPARKLING BEAM Nureyev LR. 1st Dam: Winter Silence by Dansili. 2 wins at 3 in France, 3rd Prix des Tourelles LR. Dam of 2 winners: 2007: Silent Eyes (f Montjeu) unraced. Broodmare. 2008: Icy Quiet (f Shirocco) 2009: EXHORTATION (g Zamindar) 2 wins. 2011: SNOW SKY (c Nayef) 4 wins at 2 to 4, Betway Yorkshire Cup G2, Neptune Investment Gordon S G3, betfred.com Derby Trial S LR, 2nd Neptune Great Voltigeur S G2, 3rd Ladbrokes St Leger S G1. 2012: Clariden (c Zamindar) unraced to date. 2013: Zacharo (c Zamindar) unraced to date. 2014: (c Nayef) 2015: (c Iffraaj) Broodmare Sire: DANSILI. Sire of the dams of 15 Stakes winners. In 2015 - SNOW SKY Nayef G2, ASTAIRE Intense Focus G3, EXCESS KNOWLEDGE Monsun G3, AGENT MURPHY Cape Cross LR, TOUJOURS L'AMOUR Authorized LR. Gulch NAYEF b 98

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Bustino Height of Fashion Highclere SNOW SKY b c 2011 Danehill Dansili Hasili WINTER SILENCE b 2002 Rainbow Quest Hunt The Sun Suntrap

Al Shaqab Lockinge Stakes, G1, Newbury, May 16, 8f 1 Night of Thunder (IRE) 4 ch c Dubawi (IRE) - Forest Storm (GB) (Galileo (IRE)) 2 Toormore (IRE) 4 b c Arakan (USA) - Danetime Out (IRE) (Danetime (IRE)) 3 Arod (IRE) 4 b c Teofilo (IRE) - My Personal Space (USA) (Rahy (USA)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 9; Wins: 4; Places: 4 Earnings: £848,875


international database Sire: DUBAWI. Sire of 96 Stakes winners. In 2015 - HUNTER'S LIGHT Barathea G1, NIGHT OF THUNDER Galileo G1, PRINCE BISHOP Prospect Bay G1, SHAMAL WIND Machiavellian G1, AL KAZEEM Darshaan G2, BAWINA Sadler's Wells G2, CATKINS Catbird G2, MUBTAAHIJ Pennekamp G2, SAFETY CHECK Royal Academy G2, SRIKANDI Hurricane Sky G2, AMBER ORCHID Hennessy G3, BALL OF MUSCLE Gold Brose LR, BEST OF TIMES Rahy LR, CRYSTAL ZVEZDA Mark of Esteem LR, DEUCE AGAIN Unfuwain LR, DUBDAY Daylami LR, ERUPT Caerleon LR, ROYAL ISLAND Umatilla LR, DODGING BULLETS Kris S LR, LACHLAN BRIDGE Anabaa LR. 1st Dam: Forest Storm by Galileo. Winner at 2, 2nd Flame of Tara EBF S LR. Dam of 1 winner: 2011: NIGHT OF THUNDER (c Dubawi) Sold 32,000gns yearling at TAOC1. 4 wins at 2 to 4, Al Shaqab Lockinge S G1, Qipco 2000 Guineas G1, Scott Dobson Memorial Doncaster S LR, 2nd Qipco Queen Elizabeth II S G1, St James's Palace S G1, AON Greenham S G3, 3rd Qatar Prix du Moulin de Longchamp G1. Broodmare Sire: GALILEO. Sire of the dams of 34 Stakes winners. In 2015 - NIGHT OF THUNDER Dubawi G1, LEA First Samurai G3, BERTINORO Aussie Rules LR, GREATWOOD Manduro LR, MOJO RISIN Lope de Vega LR, THUNDER FANTASY Lucky Owners LR, FOR ME Shirocco LR, HARGAM Sinndar LR. The Dubawi/Galileo cross has produced: NIGHT OF THUNDER G1, Red Galileo LR, Seema LR. Seeking The Gold Dubai Millennium Colorado Dancer DUBAWI b 2002 Deploy Zomaradah Jawaher NIGHT OF THUNDER ch c 2011 Sadler's Wells Galileo Urban Sea FOREST STORM ch 2006 Desert Prince Quiet Storm Hertford Castle

Premio Tudini, G3, Rome, May 17, 1200m 1 Falest (IRE) 6 ch c Refuse To Bend (IRE) - Mandolin (IRE) (Sabrehill (USA)) 2 Alatan Blaze (ITY) 4 b c Distant Way (USA) - Shalimar (ITY) (College Chapel (GB)) 3 Traditional Chic (IRE) 7 ch c Ad Valorem (USA) - Minimal Chic (IRE) (King's Best (USA)) Age: 2-6; Starts: 37; Wins: 10; Places: 9 Earnings: £106,763 Sire: REFUSE TO BEND. Sire of 28 Stakes winners. In 2015 - FRISSON Vettori G1, FALEST Sabrehill G3, MOMENTO DE ALEGRIA Singspiel LR. 1st Dam: Mandolin by Sabrehill. ran once at 3. Own sister to ALBOOSTAN. Dam of 5 winners: 2004: Tagula Music (f Tagula) ran a few times. 2005: Danehill Rhapsody (c Danehill Dancer) unraced. 2006: THE MUMBO (f Bahamian Bounty) 2 wins at 3 and 4. 2007: ALTHABEA (c Avonbridge) 2 wins at 3 and 4 in Sweden. 2008: KUALA LIMPER (g Royal Applause) 4 wins at 3. 2009: FALEST (c Refuse To Bend) Sold 5,899gns yearling at TISEP. 10 wins at 3 to 6, 2015 in Italy, Premio Tudini G3, 2nd Premio Chiusura G3. 2010: KHELMAN (g Kheleyf) 4 wins at 3 and 4. 2012: (c Kodiac) Broodmare Sire: SABREHILL. Sire of the dams of 4 Stakes winners. In 2015 - FALEST Refuse To Bend G3. Northern Dancer Sadler's Wells Fairy Bridge REFUSE TO BEND b 2000 Gulch Market Slide Grenzen FALEST ch c 2009 Diesis Sabrehill Gypsy Talk MANDOLIN b 99 Nureyev Russian Countess Countess Tully

Premio Carlo d'Alessio, G3, Rome, May 17, 2400m 1 Dylan Mouth (IRE) 4 b c Dylan Thomas (IRE) - Cottonmouth (IRE) (Noverre (USA)) 2 Bertinoro (IRE) 4 b c Aussie Rules (USA) - Swirling (IRE) (Galileo (IRE)) 3 Victis Hill (FR) 4 c Tiger Hill (IRE) - A Ma Guise (USA) (Silver Hawk (USA)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 9; Wins: 8; Places: 0 Earnings: £470,087 Sire: DYLAN THOMAS. Sire of 20 Stakes winners. In 2015 - BLAZING SPEED Sadler's Wells G1, DYLAN MOUTH Noverre G3, DYLANSON Canny Lad LR, PORSENNA Hussonet LR, WILD ASH Giant's Causeway LR. 1st Dam: COTTONMOUTH by Noverre. 12 wins at 2 to 5 in Italy, Premio Verziere G3. Dam of 2 winners: 2011: DYLAN MOUTH (c Dylan Thomas). 8 wins at 2 to 4 in Italy, G.P. del Jockey Club G1, Derby Italiano G2, Premio Federico Tesio G2, Premio Carlo d'Alessio G3, Premio Emanuele Filiberto LR. 2012: PROMISSORY NOTE (f Rock of Gibraltar) Winner at 2 in Italy. 2013: Per Un Dixir (c Holy Roman Emperor) unraced to date. 2014: (f Lawman) Broodmare Sire: NOVERRE. Sire of the dams of 5 Stakes winners. In 2015 - DYLAN MOUTH Dylan Thomas G3, UNDER THE LOUVRE Excellent Art LR. Danzig Danehill Razyana DYLAN THOMAS b 2003 Diesis Lagrion Wrap It Up DYLAN MOUTH b c 2011 Rahy Noverre Danseur Fabuleux COTTONMOUTH b 2004 Darshaan Nafzira Nafzawa

Derby Italiano 10elotto, G2, Rome, May 17, 2200m 1 Goldstream (ITY) 3 b c Martino Alonso (IRE) - Imco Imagination (IRE) (Darshaan) 2 Sound of Freedom (IRE) 3 ch f Duke of Marmalade (IRE) - Paint In Green (IRE) (Invincible Spirit (IRE))

3 Time Chant (GB) 3 b c War Chant (USA) - Snowfield (USA) (Tale of The Cat (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 5; Wins: 5; Places: 0 Earnings: £284,504 Sire: MARTINO ALONSO. Sire of 12 Stakes winners. In 2015 GOLDSTREAM Darshaan G2. 1st Dam: IMCO IMAGINATION by Darshaan. 6 wins at 2 to 5 in Italy. Dam of 6 winners: 2001: Zalacain (c Alzao). unraced, died at 2 years. 2003: Dream Theatre (f King's Theatre) unraced. Broodmare. 2004: BEFORE SUNSET (c Imperial Ballet) 9 wins at 2 to 4 in Italy. 2005: Veddasca (f Polish Precedent) 3 wins, 2nd Premio delle Debuttanti Hurdle LR. 2006: Sabatico (c Galileo) unraced. 2007: WEST TO EAST (f Mull of Kintyre) 2 wins at 2 in Italy. 2009: BIT OF HELL (c Hurricane Run) 6 wins at 3 in Italy, Memorial Francesco Faraci LR, P. Marchese Giuseppe Ippolito Fassati LR, 3rd D'Urban Naturalism S G3. 2010: Sweet Lollipop (f Shamardal) 5 wins at 3 and 4 in Italy, 2nd Premio Buontalenta Mem. G Valiani LR. 2012: GOLDSTREAM (c Martino Alonso) 5 wins at 2 and 3 in Italy, Derby Italiano 10elotto G2, Premio Botticelli LR. Broodmare Sire: DARSHAAN. Sire of the dams of 224 Stakes winners. In 2015 - AL KAZEEM Dubawi G2, GOLDSTREAM Martino Alonso G2, ARAB SPRING Monsun G3, MIZZOU Galileo G3, JUTLAND Halling LR, KATANIYA Raven's Pass LR, MAWAAL Shamardal LR, TELESCOPE Galileo LR, TRUE STORY Manduro LR, LE BEL ANJOU Malinas LR, THUBIAAN Dynaformer LR. Marju

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Flame of Tara MARTINO ALONSO b 94 Cure The Blues Cheerful Note Strident Note GOLDSTREAM b c 2012 Shirley Heights Darshaan Delsy IMCO IMAGINATION b 92 Critique Maria Flying Flying Fortress

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international database Coolmore Vintage Crop Stakes, G3, Navan, May 17, 14f 1 Forgotten Rules (IRE) 5 b g Nayef (USA) - Utterly Heaven (IRE) (Danehill (USA)) 2 Answered (GB) 4 b c Authorized (IRE) - Dublino (USA) (Lear Fan (USA)) 3 Sir Ector (USA) 8 b g Dynaformer (USA) - Beyond The Waves (USA) (Ocean Crest (USA)) Age: 4-5; Starts: 4; Wins: 4; Places: 0 Earnings: £227,972 Sire: NAYEF. Sire of 21 Stakes winners. In 2015 - SNOW SKY Dansili G2, FORGOTTEN RULES Danehill G3, SPARKLING BEAM Nureyev LR. 1st Dam: Utterly Heaven by Danehill. Winner at 3, 2nd EBF Park Express S G3. Dam of 2 winners: 2008: Eva's Time (f Monsun). Broodmare. 2010: FORGOTTEN RULES (g Nayef) 4 wins, Qipco Brit. Champions Long Distance Cup G2, Coolmore Vintage Crop S G3. 2011: VINTAGE NOUVEAU (f Montjeu) 3 wins at 3, Edmund/Josie Whelan Mem. Listowel S LR. 2012: Time To Inspire (c Galileo) 2013: Topaz Clear (f Pivotal) unraced to date. 2014: (c High Chaparral) Broodmare Sire: DANEHILL. Sire of the dams of 291 Stakes winners. In 2015 - COSMIC ENDEAVOUR Northern Meteor G1, HALLOWED CROWN Street Sense G1, PRIDE OF DUBAI Street Cry G1, VANCOUVER Medaglia d'Oro G1, CUSTOM CUT Notnowcato G2, SECRET GESTURE Galileo G2, EL VALLE Dobby Road G3, FORGOTTEN RULES Nayef G3, KOKORONO AI Stay Gold G3, MAJESTIC QUEEN Kheleyf G3, PASSING SHOT Swiss Ace G3, SCRATCHY BOTTOM Sebring G3, SOLICIT Street Cry G3, FALINO Fusaichi Pegasus LR, FEDERAL Medaglia d'Oro LR, KNIGHT'S COMMAND Pins LR, LANDLOCKED Zabeel LR, LET'S MAKE ADEAL Red Ransom LR, NAYELI More Than

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Ready LR, RACING EIGHT Mossman LR, TOMBELAINE First Defence LR, TOWER OF LONHRO Lonhro LR, WOODWIN W More Than Ready LR, BELTOR Authorized LR, NANDO Hernando LR, RED KINGDOM Deep Impact LR.

2010: Queen's Dream (f Oasis Dream) unraced. Broodmare. 2012: QUASILLO (c Sea The Stars) 2 wins at 3 in Germany, pferdewetten.de Bavarian Classic G3. 2013: (f Dubawi) 2014: (c Oasis Dream)

betfred.com Temple S G2, 3rd King's Stand S G1. 2010: PEARL BRIDGE (g Avonbridge) 5 wins. 2011: SECRET ROMANCE (f Sakhee's Secret) Winner at 2. 2013: (f Makfi) 2014: (c Harbour Watch)

The Nayef/Danehill cross has produced: FORGOTTEN RULES G2, MOMENTARY LR.

Broodmare Sire: ACATENANGO. Sire of the dams of 58 Stakes winners. In 2015 - QUASILLO Sea The Stars G3, THAT IS THE SPIRIT Invincible Spirit LR.

Broodmare Sire: ROSSINI. Sire of the dams of 3 Stakes winners. In 2015 - PEARL SECRET Compton Place G2, SATONO CROWN Marju G2.

Green Desert Cape Cross Park Appeal SEA THE STARS b 2006 Miswaki Urban Sea Allegretta QUASILLO ch c 2012 Surumu Acatenango Aggravate QUETENA br/br 2000 Devil's Bag Quebrada Queen To Conquer

Ahonoora Indian Ridge Hillbrow COMPTON PLACE ch 94 Nebbiolo Nosey Little Cynthia PEARL SECRET ch c 2009 Miswaki Rossini Touch of Greatness OUR LITTLE SECRET ch 2002 M Double M Sports Post Lady Pasadena Lady

betfred.com Temple Stakes, G2, Haydock Park, May 23, 5f

Weatherbys Ireland Greenlands Stakes, G2, Curragh, May 23, 6f

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Bustino Height of Fashion Highclere FORGOTTEN RULES b g 2010 Danzig Danehill Razyana UTTERLY HEAVEN b 2002 Affirmed Epicure's Garden Talking Picture

pferdewetten.de Bavarian Classic, G3, Hannover, May 17, 2000m 1 Quasillo (GER) 3 ch c Sea The Stars (IRE) - Quetena (GER) (Acatenango (GER)) 2 Ajalo (FR) 3 b c King's Best (USA) - Wings of Glory (GER) (Monsun (GER)) 3 Lovato (GER) 3 b c Lauro (GER) Larella (GER) (Anabaa (USA)) Age: 3; Starts: 2; Wins: 2; Places: 0 Earnings: £27,132 Sire: SEA THE STARS. Sire of 14 Stakes winners. In 2015 QUASILLO Acatenango G3, ALL AT SEA Alzao LR, NIGHT OF LIGHT Sunday Silence LR, TALL SHIP Barathea LR. 1st Dam: Quetena by Acatenango. 3 wins at 3 and 4 in Germany, 2nd Premio Archidamia LR. Dam of 3 winners: 2006: QUERARI (c Oasis Dream) Jt Champion older horse in Germany in 2010. 5 wins at 2 to 4 in Germany, Italy, P.Presidente della Repubblica-GBI Racing G1. 2007: QUIXADA (f Konigstiger) Winner at 3 in Germany. Broodmare. 2008: Qualita (f Konigstiger) unraced.

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1 Pearl Secret (GB) 6 ch c Compton Place (GB) - Our Little Secret (IRE) (Rossini (USA)) 2 Jack Dexter (GB) 6 b/br g Orientor (GB) - Glenhurich (IRE) (Sri Pekan (USA)) 3 Wind Fire (USA) 4 b f Distorted Humor (USA) - A P Dream (USA) (A P Indy (USA)) Age: 2-6; Starts: 15; Wins: 7; Places: 2 Earnings: £199,277 Sire: COMPTON PLACE. Sire of 22 Stakes winners. In 2015 - PEARL SECRET Rossini G2, SHIFTING POWER Alzao LR. 1st Dam: OUR LITTLE SECRET by Rossini. 6 wins at 3 to 5, totesport.com City Wall S LR. Dam of 3 winners: 2008: Canukeepasecret (f Mind Games) unraced. Broodmare. 2009: PEARL SECRET (c Compton Place) Sold 20,000gns yearling at TAOC2. 7 wins to 2015, betfred.com Temple S G2, Betfred Beverley Bullet Sprint S LR, Novae Bloodstock Scurry S LR, 2nd

1 Mustajeeb (GB) 4 ch c Nayef (USA) - Rifqah (USA) (Elusive Quality (USA)) 2 Maarek (GB) 8 b g Pivotal (GB) Ruby Rocket (IRE) (Indian Rocket (GB)) 3 Majestic Queen (IRE) 5 b f Kheleyf (USA) - Night Fairy (IRE) (Danehill (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 8; Wins: 3; Places: 4 Earnings: £155,826 Sire: NAYEF. Sire of 21 Stakes winners. In 2015 - MUSTAJEEB Elusive Quality G2, SNOW SKY Dansili G2, FORGOTTEN RULES Danehill G3, SPARKLING BEAM Nureyev LR. 1st Dam: Rifqah by Elusive Quality. Dam of 2 winners: 2010: MUAANID (g Kheleyf) 3 wins. 2011: MUSTAJEEB (c Nayef) 3 wins at 2 and 3, Ireland Greenlands S G2, Jersey S G3, Amethyst S G3, 2nd Galileo Futurity S G2, Clipper Solonaway Mile G2, 3rd Tattersalls Irish 2000 Guineas G1.


international database 2012: Mulkeyya (f Mawatheeq) 2013: Mushrifa (c Teofilo) unraced to date. 2014: (c Oasis Dream) Broodmare Sire: ELUSIVE QUALITY. Sire of the dams of 17 Stakes winners. In 2015 MUSTAJEEB Nayef G2, GET HAPPY MISTER First Samurai G3, OTTOMAN Exceed And Excel G3, QUALITY ROCKS Rock Hard Ten G3.

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Bustino Height of Fashion Highclere MUSTAJEEB ch c 2011 Gone West Elusive Quality Touch of Greatness RIFQAH ch 2005 Indian Ridge Anja Allez Les Trois

Tattersalls Irish 2000 Guineas, G1, Curragh, May 23, 8f 1 Gleneagles (IRE) 3 b c Galileo (IRE) - You'resothrilling (USA) (Storm Cat (USA)) 2 Endless Drama (IRE) 3 b c Lope de Vega (IRE) - Desert Drama (IRE) (Green Desert (USA)) 3 Ivawood (IRE) 3 b c Zebedee (GB) - Keenes Royale (GB) (Red Ransom (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 7; Wins: 5; Places: 2 Earnings: £554,612 Sire: GALILEO. Sire of 196 Stakes winners. In 2015 - GLENEAGLES Storm Cat G1, AMPERE Sri Pekan G2, SECRET GESTURE Danehill G2, TANBY Danewin G2, CURVY Inchinor G3, KISSED BY ANGELS Danehill Dancer G3, MIZZOU Darshaan G3, SERTORIUS Encosta de Lago G3, SILVER GALAXY Pivotal G3, FAUFILER Celtic Swing LR, OBSERVATIONAL Cadeaux Genereux LR, TELESCOPE Darshaan LR, THE CORSICAN Danehill LR, WINDSOR PARK Mr Prospector LR. 1st Dam: YOU'RESOTHRILLING by Storm Cat. 2 wins at 2, Irish Thoroughbred Cherry Hinton S G2.

Own sister to GIANT'S CAUSEWAY, Tumblebrutus, Tiger Dance and Freud. Dam of 2 winners: 2011: MARVELLOUS (f Galileo). 2 wins at 2 and 3, Etihad Airways Irish 1000 Guineas G1. 2012: GLENEAGLES (c Galileo) Champion 2yr old colt in Ireland in 2014. 5 wins at 2 and 3, Tattersalls Irish 2000 Guineas G1, Goffs Vincent O'Brien National S G1, Qipco 2000 Guineas G1, Galileo EBF Futurity S G2, Japanese Racing Authority Tyros S G3, 3rd Qatar PX Prix Jean-Luc Lagardere Gd.Crit G1. 2013: Coolmore (f Galileo) unraced to date. 2014: (c Galileo) Broodmare Sire: STORM CAT. Sire of the dams of 175 Stakes winners. In 2015 - GLENEAGLES Galileo G1, SHARED BELIEF Candy Ride G1, DIVERSY HARBOR Curlin G2, HONOR CODE A P Indy G2, LACHESIS Deep Impact G2, CAT COIN Stay Gold G3, REAL STEEL Deep Impact G3, A SHIN HIKARI Deep Impact LR, DANON LEGEND Macho Uno LR, DIVIDED ATTENTION A P Indy LR, CORNHUSKER Dynaformer LR. The Galileo/Storm Cat cross has produced: GLENEAGLES G1, MARVELLOUS G1, MISTY FOR ME G1, GLOBAL VIEW G2, TWIRL G3, Aloft G1.

3 Amazing Maria (IRE) 4 gr f Mastercraftsman (IRE) - Messias da Silva (USA) (Tale of The Cat (USA)) Age: 3; Starts: 3; Wins: 3; Places: 0 Earnings: £68,988 Sire: EMPIRE MAKER. Sire of 42 Stakes winners. In 2015 - BROOCH Dansili G2, SKY KINGDOM Kingmambo G3. 1st Dam: DARING DIVA by Dansili. 2 wins at 2 in France, Criterium de Vitesse LR. Own sister to EMULOUS. Dam of 2 winners: 2009: CAPONATA (f Selkirk) 3 wins at 3 and 4, ISF Victor McCalmont EBF S LR, Irish Stallion Farms EBF Naas Oaks Trial LR, 2nd Irresistible Jewel Blandford S G2. Broodmare. 2011: BROOCH (f Empire Maker) 3 wins at 3, Lanwades Stud Ridgewood Pearl S G2, D. C. Lavarack & Lanwades Stud S G3, Vincent O'Brien Ruby S LR. 2013: Raymonda (f Lonhro) unraced to date. 2014: (c Candy Ride) Broodmare Sire: DANSILI. Sire of the dams of 15 Stakes winners. In 2015 - BROOCH Empire Maker G2, SNOW SKY Nayef G2, ASTAIRE Intense Focus G3, EXCESS KNOWLEDGE Monsun G3, AGENT MURPHY Cape Cross LR, TOUJOURS L'AMOUR Authorized LR.

Northern Dancer Sadler's Wells Fairy Bridge GALILEO b 98 Miswaki Urban Sea Allegretta GLENEAGLES b c 2012 Storm Bird Storm Cat Terlingua YOU'RESOTHRILLING br 2005 Rahy Mariah's Storm Immense

Fappiano Unbridled Gana Facil EMPIRE MAKER b/br 2000 El Gran Senor Toussaud Image of Reality BROOCH b f 2011 Danehill Dansili Hasili DARING DIVA b 2003 Distant View Aspiring Diva Queen of Song

Lanwades Stud Ridgewood Pearl Stakes, G2, Curragh, May 23, 8f

Prix d'Ispahan, G1, Longchamp, May 24, 1800m

1 Brooch (USA) 4 b f Empire Maker (USA) - Daring Diva (GB) (Dansili (GB)) 2 Ramone (IRE) 5 b f Marju (IRE) Hayworth (IRE) (Night Shift (USA))

1 Solow (GB) 5 gr g Singspiel (IRE) - High Maintenance (FR) (Highest Honor (FR)) 2 Gailo Chop (FR) 4 ch g Deportivo (GB) - Grenoble (FR) (Marignan (USA))

3 Sparkling Beam (IRE) 5 b f Nayef (USA) - Pearl Dance (USA) (Nureyev (USA)) Age: 2-5; Starts: 14; Wins: 9; Places: 4 Earnings: £2,643,056 Sire: SINGSPIEL. Sire of 101 Stakes winners. In 2015 - SOLOW Highest Honor G1. 1st Dam: High Maintenance by Highest Honor. 3 wins at 2 to 4 in France, 2nd G. P. de Lyon Etape du Defi du Galop LR, Prix La Moskowa LR, 3rd Qatar Prix Gladiateur G3. Dam of 1 winner: 2010: SOLOW (g Singspiel) 9 wins at 3 to 5 in France, UAE, Prix d'Ispahan G1, DP World Dubai Turf G1, Qatar Prix Daniel Wildenstein G2, Prix Quincey - Lucien Barriere G3. 2011: Too High (c High Chaparral) 2012: Prime Spot (c High Chaparral) unraced to date. 2013: High Quality (f Invincible Spirit) unraced to date. 2015: (f Shamardal) Broodmare Sire: HIGHEST HONOR. Sire of the dams of 62 Stakes winners. In 2015 - SOLOW Singspiel G1, REVE MISTRAL King Kamehameha G2, FLY WITH ME Beat Hollow LR, HONNEUR AU ROI Turtle Bowl LR, PETITE PARISIENNE Montmartre LR. The Singspiel/Highest Honor cross has produced: SOLOW G1, AU REVOIR G2. Sadler's Wells In The Wings High Hawk SINGSPIEL b 92 Halo Glorious Song Ballade SOLOW gr g 2010 Kenmare Highest Honor High River HIGH MAINTENANCE gr 2004 Fabulous Dancer Fabulous Hostess Young Hostess

Prix Vicomtesse Vigier, G2, Longchamp, May 24, 3000m 1 Bathyrhon (GER) 5 b c Monsun (GER) - Be My Lady (GER) (Be My Guest (USA))

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international database 2 Mille Et Mille (GB) 5 b c Muhtathir (GB) - Quezon Sun (GER) (Monsun (GER)) 2 Glaring (GB) 4 b c Champs Elysees (GB) - Brightest (GB) (Rainbow Quest (USA)) Age: 2-5; Starts: 17; Wins: 5; Places: 6 Earnings: £203,943 Sire: MONSUN. Sire of 119 Stakes winners. In 2015 - BATHYRHON Be My Guest G2, ARAB SPRING Darshaan G3, EXCESS KNOWLEDGE Dansili G3, MIDSUMMER SUN Kingmambo LR, SARRASIN High Chaparral LR, SHIMRANO Daylami LR. 1st Dam: BE MY LADY by Be My Guest. Winner at 3 in Germany. Dam of 7 winners: 2002: BE MY SUNSHINE (f Big Shuffle) 2 wins at 3 in Germany. Broodmare. 2003: BEIRAMAR (f Monsun) 3 wins at 3 and 4 in Germany, Nereide-Rennen LR. Broodmare. 2004: BE MY STARLIGHT (f King Charlemagne) Winner at 3 in Germany. 2005: BRICCONE (c Hawk Wing) 3 wins at 4 in Germany. 2006: Bolivia (f Monsun) 2 wins, 3rd betdaq.com Wild Flower S LR, 2nd Diana Trial G2. Broodmare. 2007: Be In Motion (f Motivator) ran on the flat in France, Germany. Broodmare. 2008: BREEZY HAWK (f Hawk Wing) 2 wins at 3 and 5 in France, Germany. 2010: BATHYRHON (c Monsun) Sold 82,101gns yearling at ARAUG. 5 wins at 3 to 5 in Czech Republic, France, Prix Vicomtesse Vigier G2, Qatar Prix Gladiateur G3, 2nd Qatar Prix du Cadran G1, 3rd Prix Bedel LR. 2012: Three Cards (f Mastercraftsman) unraced to date. 2013: Be My Million (f Zamindar) unraced to date. 2014: Blow My Mind (f Holy Roman Emperor) Broodmare Sire: BE MY GUEST. Sire of the dams of 122 Stakes winners. In 2015 - BATHYRHON Monsun G2.

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The Monsun/Be My Guest cross has produced: BATHYRHON G1, MANDURO G1, TERTULLUS G3, BEIRAMAR LR, Bolivia G2, Hale Bopp LR. Dschingis Khan Konigsstuhl Konigskronung MONSUN br 90 Surumu Mosella Monasia BATHYRHON b c 2010 Northern Dancer Be My Guest What A Treat BE MY LADY br 97 Top Ville Bennetta Indigene

Pour Moi Coolmore Prix SaintAlary, G1, Longchamp, May 24, 2000m 1 Queen's Jewel (GB) 3 ch f Pivotal (GB) - Safari Queen (ARG) (Lode (USA)) 2 Wekeela (FR) 3 b f Hurricane Run (IRE) - Moonrise (GER) (Grand Lodge (USA)) 3 Olorda (GER) 3 b f Lord of England (GER) - Oligarchica (GER) (Desert King (IRE)) Age: 3; Starts: 3; Wins: 3; Places: 0 Earnings: £151,434 Sire: PIVOTAL. Sire of 115 Stakes winners. In 2015 - AFRICAN STORY Gone West G1, QUEEN'S JEWEL Lode G1, PECK Sadler's Wells LR, TALCO Diesis LR. 1st Dam: SAFARI QUEEN by Lode. Gran Premio Jorge de Atucha G1, G.P. Estrellas Juv. Copa Dr. C. Blaquier G1, 2nd Gran Premio Eliseo Ramirez G1. Own sister to Safari River and Safari Lady. Dam of 3 winners: 2009: Transatlantic (c A P Indy) unraced. 2010: GALLICO (c Mr Greeley) Winner at 3 in USA. 2011: ROYALMANIA (f Elusive Quality) 3 wins at 2 and 3 in France, Prix Finlande LR, 3rd Prix de Psyche G3. 2012: QUEEN'S JEWEL (f Pivotal) 3 wins at 3 in France, Pour Moi Coolmore Prix Saint-Alary G1, Prix Penelope G3. 2014: Frame of Mind (f Invincible Spirit)

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Broodmare Sire: LODE. Sire of the dams of 56 Stakes winners. In 2015 - QUEEN'S JEWEL Pivotal G1, CATCH A FLIGHT Giant's Causeway G3, CITY GLAM Grand Reward G3, FEEL THE RACE Orpen G3, HIJA RUBIA Pure Prize LR, MI MORENA Artax LR. Nureyev Polar Falcon Marie d'Argonne PIVOTAL ch 93 Cozzene Fearless Revival Stufida QUEEN'S JEWEL ch f 2012 Mr Prospector Lode Grand Luxe SAFARI QUEEN ch 2002 Sonus Safari Girl Sally Girl

Tattersalls Irish 1000 Guineas, G1, Curragh, May 24, 8f 1 Pleascach (IRE) 3 b f Teofilo (IRE) - Toirneach (USA) (Thunder Gulch (USA)) 2 Found (IRE) 3 b f Galileo (IRE) Red Evie (IRE) (Intikhab (USA)) 3 Devonshire (IRE) 3 b f Fast Company (IRE) - Nova Tor (IRE) (Trans Island (GB)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 4; Wins: 2; Places: 2 Earnings: £59,524 Sire: TEOFILO. Sire of 41 Stakes winners. In 2015 - KERMADEC Fuji Kiseki G1, PLEASCACH Thunder Gulch G1, TAMAANEE Perugino G2, FLIGHT RISK Nordico G3, GENERAL SHERMAN Machiavellian LR, PARISH HALL Montjeu LR, RESONATES Warning LR, ROUND TWO Kingmambo LR, KISANJI Kingmambo LR. 1st Dam: TOIRNEACH by Thunder Gulch. 2 wins at 2 and 3. Dam of 1 winner: 2011: Ionsai Nua (f New Approach) unraced. 2012: PLEASCACH (f Teofilo) 2 wins at 2 and 3, Tattersalls Irish 1000 Guineas G1, Irish National Stud EBF Blue Wind S G3, 2nd Irish Stallion Farms EBF Salsabil S LR. 2013: Brontide (c Vocalised) unraced to date. Broodmare Sire: THUNDER GULCH. Sire of the dams of 60

Stakes winners. In 2015 - LOVELY MARIA Majesticperfection G1, MSHAWISH Medaglia d'Oro G1, PLEASCACH Teofilo G1, DELAGO'S SECRET Encosta de Lago G3, EL BILLARISTA El Corredor G3, FUMINO MOON Admire Moon LR. Galileo

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Urban Sea TEOFILO b 2004 Danehill Speirbhean Saviour PLEASCACH b f 2012 Gulch Thunder Gulch Line of Thunder TOIRNEACH b 2005 Country Pine Wandering Pine Wandering Lace

Tattersalls Gold Cup, G1, Curragh, May 24, 10f 110yds 1 Al Kazeem (GB) 7 b c Dubawi (IRE) - Kazeem (GB) (Darshaan) 2 Fascinating Rock (IRE) 4 b c Fastnet Rock (AUS) - Miss Polaris (GB) (Polar Falcon (USA)) 3 Postponed (IRE) 4 b c Dubawi (IRE) - Ever Rigg (GB) (Dubai Destination (USA)) Age: 2-7; Starts: 22; Wins: 9; Places: 9 Earnings: £1,453,442 Sire: DUBAWI. Sire of 98 Stakes winners. In 2015 - AL KAZEEM Darshaan G1, HUNTER'S LIGHT Barathea G1, NIGHT OF THUNDER Galileo G1, PRINCE BISHOP Prospect Bay G1, SHAMAL WIND Machiavellian G1, BAWINA Sadler's Wells G2, CATKINS Catbird G2, MUBTAAHIJ Pennekamp G2, SAFETY CHECK Royal Academy G2, SRIKANDI Hurricane Sky G2, AMBER ORCHID Hennessy G3, ALMANAAR Bahhare LR, BALL OF MUSCLE Gold Brose LR, BEST OF TIMES Rahy LR, CRYSTAL ZVEZDA Mark of Esteem LR, DEUCE AGAIN Unfuwain LR, DUBDAY Daylami LR, ERUPT Caerleon LR, LADY OF DUBAI Montjeu LR, ROYAL ISLAND Umatilla LR, DODGING BULLETS Kris S LR, LACHLAN BRIDGE Anabaa LR. 1st Dam: Kazeem by Darshaan. ran 3 times at 2 and 3. Own sister to Treasurer. Dam of 3 winners:


international database 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) Jt Champion older horse in Europe in 2013 (9.5-10.5f.). 9 wins at 2 to 7, 2015 at home, France, Tattersalls Gold Cup G1 (twice), Coral Eclipse S G1, Prince of Wales's S G1, Qatar Bloodstock Jockey Club S G2, Prix d'Harcourt G2, bet365 Gordon Richards S G3, 188Bet Winter Hill S G3, 2nd Qipco Champion S G1, Red Mills Irish Champion S G1, Prix Ganay G1, Sportingbet.com Great Voltigeur S G2, Worthington's St Simon S G3, Dubai Duty Free Arc Trial G3, 3rd Juddmonte International S G1. Sire. 2009: Sanctioned (g Authorized) ran a few times and ran once over hurdles. 2010: Kazak (g Royal Applause) ran. 2013: (c Makfi) 2014: (c Dubawi) Broodmare Sire: DARSHAAN. Sire of the dams of 224 Stakes winners. In 2015 - AL KAZEEM Dubawi G1, GOLDSTREAM Martino Alonso G2, ARAB SPRING Monsun G3, MIZZOU Galileo G3, JUTLAND Halling LR, KATANIYA Raven's Pass LR, MAWAAL Shamardal LR, TELESCOPE Galileo LR, TRUE STORY Manduro LR, LE BEL ANJOU Malinas LR, THUBIAAN Dynaformer 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

Airlie Stud Gallinule Stakes, G3, Curragh, May 24, 10f 1 Curvy (GB) 3 b f Galileo (IRE) Frappe (IRE) (Inchinor (GB))

2 Giovanni Canaletto (IRE) 3 ch c Galileo (IRE) - Love Me True (USA) (Kingmambo (USA)) 3 Prince Gagarin (IRE) 3 b c Dubawi (IRE) - Cara Fantasy (IRE) (Sadler's Wells (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 5; Wins: 2; Places: 1 Earnings: £16,597 Sire: GALILEO. Sire of 196 Stakes winners. In 2015 - GLENEAGLES Storm Cat G1, AMPERE Sri Pekan G2, SECRET GESTURE Danehill G2, TANBY Danewin G2, CURVY Inchinor G3, KISSED BY ANGELS Danehill Dancer G3, MIZZOU Darshaan G3, SERTORIUS Encosta de Lago G3, SILVER GALAXY Pivotal G3, FAUFILER Celtic Swing LR, OBSERVATIONAL Cadeaux Genereux LR, TELESCOPE Darshaan LR, THE CORSICAN Danehill LR, WINDSOR PARK Mr Prospector LR. 1st Dam: FRAPPE by Inchinor. Winner at 2. Dam of 5 winners: 2001: (c Marju) 2002: THAKAFAAT (f Unfuwain) 3 wins at 2 and 3, Ribblesdale S G2. Broodmare. 2003: QUANTUM (f Alhaarth) Winner at 3. Broodmare. 2004: Wild Gardenia (f Alhaarth). Broodmare. 2005: APPLAUDED (f Royal Applause) Winner at 2. Dam of AMNESIA (f Invincible Spirit: 2 wins at 2 and 3 at home, USA, Wine Country S) 2006: Arabian Flame (g King's Best) 2007: Pekan Three (g Sadler's Wells) 2008: Amjaad (f Dansili) unraced. Broodmare. 2009: POWER (c Oasis Dream). 5 wins at 2 and 3, Abu Dhabi Irish 2000 Guineas G1, Goffs National S G1, 2nd Dubai Dewhurst S G1, Keeneland Phoenix S G1. Sire. 2010: Flirtini (f Nayef) ran once. 2011: (c Shamardal) 2012: CURVY (f Galileo) Sold 775,000gns yearling at TAOC1. 2 wins at 3, Airlie Stud Gallinule S G3. 2013: Joules (c Oasis Dream) unraced to date.

Broodmare Sire: INCHINOR. Sire of the dams of 20 Stakes winners. In 2015 - CURVY Galileo G3.

The Dylan Thomas/Peintre Celebre cross has produced: NYMPHEA G1, NIGHTFLOWER G2.

Northern Dancer Sadler's Wells Fairy Bridge GALILEO b 98 Miswaki Urban Sea Allegretta CURVY b f 2012 Ahonoora Inchinor Inchmurrin FRAPPE b 96 Rainbow Quest Glatisant Dancing Rocks

Danzig Danehill Razyana DYLAN THOMAS b 2003 Diesis Lagrion Wrap It Up NIGHTFLOWER ch f 2012 Nureyev Peintre Celebre Peinture Bleue NIGHT OF MAGIC ch 2006 Platini Night Teeny Nightrockette

Diana Trial, G2, BerlinHoppegarten, May 24, 2000m

Mehl-Mulhens Rennen (2000 Guineas), G2, Cologne, May 25, 1600m

1 Nightflower (IRE) 3 ch f Dylan Thomas (IRE) - Night of Magic (IRE) (Peintre Celebre (USA)) 2 Arles (FR) 3 b f Monsun (GER) Attachee de Presse (IRE) (Danehill (USA)) 3 Amona (IRE) 3 b/gr f Aussie Rules (USA) - Abbasharjah (GER) (Tiger Hill (IRE)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 3; Wins: 0; Places: 3 Earnings: £9,372 Sire: DYLAN THOMAS. Sire of 21 Stakes winners. In 2015 - BLAZING SPEED Sadler's Wells G1, NIGHTFLOWER Peintre Celebre G2, DYLAN MOUTH Noverre G3, DYLANSON Canny Lad LR, PORSENNA Hussonet LR, WILD ASH Giant's Causeway LR. 1st Dam: NIGHT OF MAGIC by Peintre Celebre. Winner at 3 in Italy, Oaks d'Italia G2. Own sister to Neele. Dam of 1 winner: 2012: NIGHTFLOWER (f Dylan Thomas) Diana Trial G2. 2013: Nimrod (c High Chaparral) unraced to date. 2014: Native Fighter (c Lawman) Broodmare Sire: PEINTRE CELEBRE. Sire of the dams of 38 Stakes winners. In 2015 NIGHTFLOWER Dylan Thomas G2, LITTLE NIGHTINGALE Muhtathir G3, PERFECT START Perfectly Ready G3, AKATEA Shamardal LR.

1 Karpino (GER) 3 b/br c Cape Cross (IRE) - Kahara (GB) (Sadler's Wells (USA)) 2 Fanciful Angel (IRE) 3 gr c Dark Angel (IRE) - Fanciful Dancer (GB) (Groom Dancer (USA)) 3 Molly Le Clou (GER) 3 b c Doyen (IRE) - Molly Maxima (GER) (Big Shuffle (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 3; Wins: 3; Places: 0 Earnings: £105,242 Sire: CAPE CROSS. Sire of 100 Stakes winners. In 2015 - GOLDEN HORN Dubai Destination G2, KARPINO Sadler's Wells G2, AGENT MURPHY Dansili LR, CONVERGENCE Nayef LR, DON'T BE Fasliyev LR, PLEASURE GAINS Vettori LR. 1st Dam: Kahara by Sadler's Wells. 3 wins at 3 inc. TurfTV Handicap, Newmarket, 3rd totesportcasino.com EBF Gillies S LR. Own sister to MILAN. Dam of 3 winners: 2010: KADOMA (f Danehill Dancer) Winner at 2 in Germany. Broodmare. 2011: KARPINA (f Pivotal) Winner at 3 in Germany. 2012: KARPINO (c Cape Cross) 3 wins at 2 and 3 in Germany, MehlMulhens Rennen (2000 Guineas) G2, Rennen Preis der SWK Dr Busch Memorial G3. 2013: Statuesque (f Sea The Stars) unraced to date. 2015: (c Invincible Spirit)

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international database Broodmare Sire: SADLER'S WELLS. Sire of the dams of 362 Stakes winners. In 2015 - BLAZING SPEED Dylan Thomas G1, GUST OF WIND Darci Brahma G1, BAWINA Dubawi G2, KARPINO Cape Cross G2, SECOND STEP Dalakhani G2, ALEX MY BOY Dalakhani G3, BEAUTY PARLOR Elusive Quality G3, EH CUMPARI Elusive Quality G3, AYRAD Dalakhani LR, DIAMONDSANDRUBIES Fastnet Rock LR, PECK Pivotal LR, STORM THE STARS Sea The Stars LR, VICTORY SONG Dansili LR, ZAWRAQ Shamardal LR, CHARBEL Iffraaj LR, STAND TO GAIN Hawk Wing LR, TOP GAMBLE Presenting LR. The Cape Cross/Sadler's Wells cross has produced: KARPINO G2, CAUCUS G3, LAAHEB G3, NAMIBIAN G3, CAPE OF APPROVAL LR, MANYRIVERSTOCROSS LR, Cedarberg G2, Ruwaiyan G3, Kudamm LR, Memory Cloth LR, Sean Baile Mor LR, Dalmatia LR. Danzig Green Desert Foreign Courier CAPE CROSS b/br 94 Ahonoora Park Appeal Balidaress KARPINO b/br c 2012 Northern Dancer Sadler's Wells Fairy Bridge KAHARA b 2004 Darshaan Kithanga Kalata

CantorFitzgerald Brigadier Gerard Stakes, G3, Sandown Park, May 28, 10f 1 Western Hymn (GB) 4 b g High Chaparral (IRE) - Blue Rhapsody (GB) (Cape Cross (IRE)) 2 Arab Spring (IRE) 5 b c Monsun (GER) - Spring Symphony (IRE) (Darshaan) 3 Niceofyoutotellme (GB) 6 b g Hernando (FR) - Swain's Gold (USA) (Swain (IRE)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 9; Wins: 6; Places: 2 Earnings: £297,636 Sire: HIGH CHAPARRAL. Sire of 77 Stakes winners. In 2015 CONTRIBUTER Exit To Nowhere G1, FENWAY Zabeel G1,

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PONDAROSA MISS Danske G1, ALPINE EAGLE Zabeel G2, HI WORLD Danehill Dancer G3, KARAKTAR King's Best G3, LAST BULLET Bite The Bullet G3, SADLER'S LAKE Encosta de Lago G3, WESTERN HYMN Cape Cross G3, BALLET SUITE Woodman LR, KILIMANJARO Dalakhani LR, CARACCI APACHE Lomitas LR, DIFFERENT GRAVEY Danehill Dancer LR, HIGH MASTER Lion Cavern LR. 1st Dam: BLUE RHAPSODY by Cape Cross. Winner at 2. Dam of 2 winners: 2010: BLUE NOVA (f Nayef) Winner at 2. 2011: WESTERN HYMN (g High Chaparral) Sold 50,000gns yearling at TAOC2. 6 wins at 2 to 4 at home, France, P.Eugene Adam (G.P.de Maisons-Laffitte) G2, CantorFitzgerald Brigadier Gerard S G3, bet365 Classic Trial G3, bet365 Gordon Richards S G3. 2012: Moonlight Sonata (f Galileo) Broodmare Sire: CAPE CROSS. Sire of the dams of 23 Stakes winners. In 2015 - MAGIC ARTIST Iffraaj G3, WESTERN HYMN High Chaparral G3, CONSENSUS Postponed LR, ROOKE Pastoral Pursuits LR. The High Chaparral/Cape Cross cross has produced: THE MINIVER ROSE G2, WESTERN HYMN G2, Johann Strauss G1. Northern Dancer Sadler's Wells Fairy Bridge HIGH CHAPARRAL b 99 Darshaan Kasora Kozana WESTERN HYMN b g 2011 Green Desert Cape Cross Park Appeal BLUE RHAPSODY b 2005 Darshaan Blue Symphony Blue Duster

Cantor Fitzgerald Henry II Stakes, G3, Sandown Park, May 28, 16f 1 Vent de Force (GB) 4 b c Hurricane Run (IRE) - Capriolla (GB) (In The Wings) 2 Trip To Paris (IRE) 4 b g Champs Elysees (GB) - La Grande Zoa (IRE) (Fantastic Light (USA))

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3 Aussie Reigns (IRE) 5 b g Aussie Rules (USA) - Rohain (IRE) (Singspiel (IRE)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 11; Wins: 4; Places: 3 Earnings: £148,429 Sire: HURRICANE RUN. Sire of 25 Stakes winners. In 2015 - VENT DE FORCE In The Wings G3. 1st Dam: Capriolla by In The Wings. Dam of 4 winners: 2008: VALERIUS MAXIMUS (c Spartacus) 2 wins. 2009: HALLING'S QUEST (g Halling) Winner at 2. 2010: Mercators View (c Observatory) ran once. 2011: VENT DE FORCE (c Hurricane Run) 4 wins at 3 and 4, Cantor Fitzgerald Henry II S G3, 2nd Qatar Prix Chaudenay G2, Longines Sagaro S G3. 2012: ATALAN (c Azamour) Winner at 3. 2013: Marmelo (c Duke of Marmalade) unraced to date. Broodmare Sire: IN THE WINGS. Sire of the dams of 37 Stakes winners. In 2015 - VENT DE FORCE Hurricane Run G3, COULSTY Kodiac LR. Sadler's Wells Montjeu Floripedes HURRICANE RUN b 2002 Surumu Hold On Hone VENT DE FORCE b c 2011 Sadler's Wells In The Wings High Hawk CAPRIOLLA b 2003 Rainbow Quest Seren Quest Serenesse

Prix Corrida, G2, Saint-Cloud, May 29, 2000m 1 Treve (FR) 5 b f Motivator (GB) Trevise (FR) (Anabaa (USA)) 2 We Are (IRE) 4 b f Dansili (GB) In Clover (GB) (Inchinor (GB)) 3 Mayhem (IRE) 4 b/br f Whipper (USA) - Hit The Sky (IRE) (Cozzene (USA)) Age: 2-5; Starts: 10; Wins: 7; Places: 3 Earnings: £5,449,391

Sire: MOTIVATOR. Sire of 22 Stakes winners. In 2015 - SKY HUNTER Silver Hawk G2, TREVE Anabaa G2. 1st Dam: TREVISE by Anabaa. Winner at 2 in France. Own sister to TSIGANE. Dam of 2 winners: 2005: TROIS ROIS (c Hernando) 4 wins at 3 and 5 in France, UAE, G.P. de Marseille Etapi du Defi du Galop LR, 3rd Prix Greffulhe G2. 2006: Trevimix (c Linamix) 2008: Tocqueville (f Numerous) unraced. Broodmare. 2010: TREVE (f Motivator) Sold 18,062gns yearling at AROCT. Champion 3yr old in Europe in 2013, Champion older mare in Europe in 2014. 7 wins at 2 to 5, 2015 in France, Prix de Diane Longines G1, Qatar Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe G1 (twice), Qatar Prix Vermeille G1, Prix Corrida G2, 2nd Prix Ganay G1, 3rd Prince of Wales's S G1. 2011: Trophee (f Mr Sidney) 2012: (f Fuisse) Broodmare Sire: ANABAA. Sire of the dams of 51 Stakes winners. In 2015 - DISSIDENT Sebring G1, HARTNELL Authorized G1, ENGLISH Encosta de Lago G2, HARRY'S SON Haradasun G2, QUEENS RING Manhattan Cafe G2, TREVE Motivator G2, MANAPINE Manhattan Rain LR, NEWSLETTER Sir Percy LR, LACHLAN BRIDGE Dubawi LR. The Motivator/Anabaa cross has produced: TREVE G1, Million LR. Sadler's Wells Montjeu Floripedes MOTIVATOR b 2002 Gone West Out West Chellingoua TREVE b f 2010 Danzig Anabaa Balbonella TREVISE b 2000 Riverman Trevillari Trevilla

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international database 2 Robert Le Diable (FR) 6 ch c Dutch Art (GB) - Red Begonia (GB) (Pivotal (GB)) 3 Complimentor (IRE) 5 b c Acclamation (GB) - Lovely Blossom (FR) (Spinning World (USA)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 27; Wins: 5; Places: 11 Earnings: £142,005 Sire: FOOTSTEPSINTHESAND. Sire of 43 Stakes winners. In 2015 KASPERSKY Grand Lodge G2, SAND PUCE Roar G2, ONENIGHTIDREAMED Pivotal G3, QUEEN OF THE SAND Woodman G3, ROSSO CORSA Woodman G3, SANDIVA Mark of Esteem G3, FOOT BAND Numerous LR. 1st Dam: Lady Scarlett by Woodman. unraced. Dam of 6 winners: 2003: Sunrise Safari (g Mozart) 7 wins, 3rd bonusprint.com National S LR. 2004: (c Grand Lodge) 2005: NINO COCHISE (g High Chaparral) 3 wins over hurdles. 2006: POLEMICA (f Rock of Gibraltar) 4 wins at 5. 2007: WHISTLEINTHEWIND (g Oratorio) 11 wins. 2008: VAL O'HARA (f Ad Valorem) Winner at 3. 2011: ROSSO CORSA (c Footstepsinthesand) Sold 80,000gns yearling at TAOC2. 5 wins at 2 to 4 at home, France, Qatar, Prix du Palais RoyalBeachcomer Hotels G3, 3rd Qatar Derby LR. 2012: Lady Estella (f Equiano) 2014: (f Kyllachy) 2015: (f Helmet) Broodmare Sire: WOODMAN. Sire of the dams of 189 Stakes winners. In 2015 - DAME DOROTHY Bernardini G1, MISS ELLA Exchange Rate G2, FRENCH NAVY Shamardal G3, QUEEN OF THE SAND Footstepsinthesand G3, ROSSO CORSA Footstepsinthesand G3, BALLET SUITE High Chaparral LR, ECLAIR CHOICE California Dane LR. The Footstepsinthesand/Woodman cross has produced: ARASIN G1,

QUEEN OF THE SAND G1, ROSSO CORSA G3. Storm Cat Giant's Causeway Mariah's Storm FOOTSTEPSINTHESAND b 2002 Rainbow Quest Glatisant Dancing Rocks ROSSO CORSA b c 2011 Mr Prospector Woodman Playmate LADY SCARLETT b 98 Foolish Pleasure Radiant Ivory Wand

Timeform Jury John of Gaunt Stakes, G3, Haydock Park, May 30, 7f 1 Cable Bay (IRE) 4 b c Invincible Spirit (IRE) - Rose de France (IRE) (Diktat (GB)) 2 Ascription (IRE) 6 b g Dansili (GB) - Lady Elgar (IRE) (Sadler's Wells (USA)) 3 Absolutely So (IRE) 5 b g Acclamation (GB) - Week End (GB) (Selkirk (USA)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 14; Wins: 2; Places: 8 Earnings: £209,634 Sire: INVINCIBLE SPIRIT. Sire of 90 Stakes winners. In 2015 IMPASSABLE Green Tune G2, MUTHMIR Danehill G2, CABLE BAY Diktat G3, LOCAL TIME Medicean G3, TERRITORIES Machiavellian G3, GRENDISAR Mark of Esteem LR, PRETEND Indian Ridge LR, PROFITABLE Indian Ridge LR, RIVELLINO Pivotal LR, THAT IS THE SPIRIT Acatenango LR. 1st Dam: Rose de France by Diktat. Dam of 3 winners: 2010: TANGHAN (g Invincible Spirit) Winner at 3. 2011: CABLE BAY (c Invincible Spirit) Sold 103,174gns yearling at GOOY1. 2 wins at 2 and 4, Timeform Jury John of Gaunt S G3, 2nd Dubai Dewhurst S G1, vision.ae Challenge S G2, Audi Richmond S G2, Somerville Tattersall S G3, 3rd At the Races Champagne S G2, Big Bad Bob Gladness S G3. 2012: SEA WOLF (g Amadeus Wolf) 2 wins at 2.

2013: May Rose (f Lawman) unraced to date. Broodmare Sire: DIKTAT. Sire of the dams of 8 Stakes winners. In 2015 - CABLE BAY Invincible Spirit G3, SECRET EDGE Tobougg LR. Danzig Green Desert Foreign Courier INVINCIBLE SPIRIT b 97 Kris Rafha Eljazzi CABLE BAY b c 2011 Warning Diktat Arvola ROSE DE FRANCE b 2005 Dancing Brave Cherokee Rose Celtic Assembly

888sport Sandy Lane Stakes, G2, Haydock Park, May 30, 6f 1 Adaay (IRE) 3 b c Kodiac (GB) Lady Lucia (IRE) (Royal Applause (GB)) 2 Limato (IRE) 3 b g Tagula (IRE) Come April (GB) (Singspiel (IRE)) 3 New Providence (GB) 3 ch f Bahamian Bounty (GB) - Bayja (IRE) (Giant's Causeway (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 7; Wins: 4; Places: 2 Earnings: £114,858 Sire: KODIAC. Sire of 15 Stakes winners. In 2015 - ADAAY Royal Applause G2, SPIRIT OF XIAN Touch Gold G3, COULSTY In The Wings LR. 1st Dam: Lady Lucia by Royal Applause. Dam of 6 winners: 2006: Mullionmileanhour (c Mull of Kintyre) Winner at 2, 2nd Connaught Flooring Abernant S LR. Sire. 2007: LADY LUBE RYE (f Catcher In The Rye) Winner at 2. Broodmare. 2009: BAREBACK (g Redback) Winner at 3. 2010: POUR LA VICTOIRE (g Antonius Pius) 5 wins at 3 to 5. 2011: BUSHCRAFT (c Bushranger) 3 wins at 2 and 4. 2012: ADAAY (c Kodiac) 4 wins at 2 and 3, 888sport Sandy Lane S G2, Toronado Carnarvon S LR, 3rd Merribelle Stable Pavilion S G3, Compton Estates Rose Bowl S LR.

Broodmare Sire: ROYAL APPLAUSE. Sire of the dams of 10 Stakes winners. In 2015 - ADAAY Kodiac G2. Danzig Danehill Razyana KODIAC b 2001 Kris Rafha Eljazzi ADAAY b c 2012 Waajib Royal Applause Flying Melody LADY LUCIA b 2001 Sheikh Albadou Inventive Ingenuity

888sport Pinnacle Stakes, G3, Haydock Park, May 30, 11f 110yds 1 Miss Marjurie (IRE) 5 b f Marju (IRE) - Kazatzka (GB) (Groom Dancer (USA)) 2 Wonderstruck (IRE) 4 b f Sea The Stars (IRE) - Bordighera (USA) (Alysheba (USA)) 3 Lady Tiana (GB) 4 b f Sir Percy (GB) - Cartoon (GB) (Danehill Dancer (IRE)) Age: 2-5; Starts: 15; Wins: 5; Places: 5 Earnings: £106,171 Sire: MARJU. Sire of 63 Stakes winners. In 2015 - SATONO CROWN Rossini G2, MISS MARJURIE Groom Dancer G3, RAMONE Night Shift G3. 1st Dam: Kazatzka by Groom Dancer. Dam of 2 winners: 2007: Hum Again (c Marju) ran once. 2008: MUSHAAREK (c Marju) Winner at 3 in Italy. 2009: (f Marju) 2010: MISS MARJURIE (f Marju) Sold 31,000gns yearling at TAOC2. 5 wins at 2 to 5, 2015, 888sport Pinnacle S G3, Betfred EBF Daisy Warwick S LR, 2nd 32red.com EBF River Eden S LR. 2013: (c Excellent Art) 2014: (f Mastercraftsman) Broodmare Sire: GROOM DANCER. Sire of the dams of 64 Stakes winners. In 2015 - MISS MARJURIE Marju G3, AUTHORITARIAN Holy Roman

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international database Emperor LR, FANCIFUL ANGEL Dark Angel LR, FLY LIKE THE WIND Win Legend LR. Try My Best Last Tycoon Mill Princess MARJU br 88 Artaius Flame of Tara Welsh Flame MISS MARJURIE b f 2010 Blushing Groom Groom Dancer Featherhill KAZATZKA ch 2002 Soviet Star Kalinka Tralthee

Premio Carlo Vittadini, G2, Milan, May 31, 1600m 1 Kaspersky (IRE) 4 b c Footstepsinthesand (GB) Croanda (IRE) (Grand Lodge (USA)) 2 Circus Couture (IRE) 3 ch c Intikhab (USA) - Bois Joli (IRE) (Orpen (USA)) 3 Longina (GER) 4 ch f Monsun (GER) - Love Academy (GER) (Medicean (GB)) Age: 3-4; Starts: 9; Wins: 6; Places: 2 Earnings: £99,008

and 4 in Italy, Premio Carlo Vittadini G2, Premio d'Estate LR, Premio Natale di Roma LR. 2012: Kendrick (c Iffraaj) 2013: Blank Space (f Duke of Marmalade) unraced to date. 2014: (f Henrythenavigator) Broodmare Sire: GRAND LODGE. Sire of the dams of 58 Stakes winners. In 2015 - KASPERSKY Footstepsinthesand G2, GEEGEES BLACKFLASH Clangalang G3, SWEET SALSA Durandal G3, WORTHY CAUSE Choisir G3, GEEGEES GOLDENGIRL Wordsmith LR, BARADARI Manduro LR. Storm Cat Giant's Causeway Mariah's Storm FOOTSTEPSINTHESAND b 2002 Rainbow Quest Glatisant Dancing Rocks KASPERSKY b c 2011 Chief's Crown Grand Lodge La Papagena CROANDA b 2000 Alzao Croa Crodas

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Sire: FOOTSTEPSINTHESAND. Sire of 43 Stakes winners. In 2015 KASPERSKY Grand Lodge G2, SAND PUCE Roar G2, ONENIGHTIDREAMED Pivotal G3, QUEEN OF THE SAND Woodman G3, ROSSO CORSA Woodman G3, SANDIVA Mark of Esteem G3, FOOT BAND Numerous LR.

1 Lovelyn (GER) 3 b f Tiger Hill (IRE) - Laurella (GB) (Acatenango (GER)) 2 Joyful Hope (GB) 3 ch f Shamardal (USA) - Claba di San Jore (IRE) (Barathea (IRE)) 2 Full of Beauty (GB) 3 gr f Motivator (GB) - Reaching Ahead (USA) (Mizzen Mast (USA))

1st Dam: Croanda by Grand Lodge. Dam of 4 winners: 2005: Summer Cannibal (c Bahri) 2007: Occhio Della Mente (c Le Vie Dei Colori) 9 wins at 2 to 8, 2015 in France, Italy, 2nd Premio Ambrosiano G3, Premio Guido Berardelli G3, 3rd P.Presidente della Repubblica GBI Racing G1, Premio Roma GBI Racing G1. 2008: MALAGENIA (f Whipper) 4 wins at 2 to 4 in Italy, Premio Chiusura G3. 2009: Icebreaking (f Elusive City) 5 wins at 2 and 5 in Italy, 3rd Premio Regina Elena 1000 Guineas G3. 2010: Celtic Code (f Celtic Swing) 2011: KASPERSKY (c Footstepsinthesand) 6 wins at 3

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Sire: TIGER HILL. Sire of 54 Stakes winners. In 2015 - LOVELYN Acatenango G2, TIGER TOPS Barathea LR. 1st Dam: LAURELLA by Acatenango. 2 wins at 3 in Germany. Own sister to LANDO. Dam of 5 winners: 2005: Larella (f Anabaa) Winner at 2 in Germany, 2nd Junioren Preis LR. Dam of Lovato (c Lauro: 3rd pferdewetten.de Bavarian Classic G3)

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2006: LARELLO (c Tiger Hill) 2 wins at 3 in Germany. 2007: LANDERO (g Medicean) 3 wins. 2008: Labrice (f Dubawi) Winner at 3 in Germany, 2nd G.P. Mercedes-Benz Niederlassung Hamburg G3. 2012: LOVELYN (f Tiger Hill) 2 wins at 3 in Germany, Italy, Oaks d'Italia G2.

2010: Belhasa (f Cape Cross) unraced. 2011: Erstwhile (f Aqlaam) unraced. 2012: FULL ROSE (f Aqlaam) Sold 4,645gns yearling at TISEP. 3 wins at 3 in Germany, Preis vom Gestut Auenquelle (1000 Gns) G2, Henkel Stutenpreis LR. 2013: (f Arcano) 2014: (c Hellvelyn)

Broodmare Sire: ACATENANGO. Sire of the dams of 59 Stakes winners. In 2015 - LOVELYN Tiger Hill G2, QUASILLO Sea The Stars G3, THAT IS THE SPIRIT Invincible Spirit LR.

Broodmare Sire: ALJABR. Sire of the dams of 2 Stakes winners. In 2015 - FULL ROSE Aqlaam G2.

The Tiger Hill/Acatenango cross has produced: TOUGHNESS DANON G1, LOVELYN G2, TOUCH MY SOUL G3, Now Forever LR, Tiger Village LR. Danzig Danehill Razyana TIGER HILL b 95 Appiani II The Filly Tigress Silver LOVELYN b f 2012 Surumu Acatenango Aggravate LAURELLA b 99 Sharpman Laurea Licata

Preis vom Gestut Auenquelle (1000 Gns), G2, Dusseldorf, May 31, 1600m 1 Full Rose (GB) 3 ch f Aqlaam (GB) - Tasjeel (USA) (Aljabr (USA)) 2 Nymeria (GER) 3 b f Soldier Hollow (GB) - Narooma (GER) (Silver Hawk (USA)) 3 Schutzenpost (GER) 3 b f American Post (GB) Schutzenprinzess (GER) (Dashing Blade) Age: 3; Starts: 3; Wins: 3; Places: 0 Earnings: £68,993 Sire: AQLAAM. Sire of 3 Stakes winners. In 2015 - FULL ROSE Aljabr G2. 1st Dam: TASJEEL by Aljabr. Winner at 3. Dam of 2 winners: 2009: PALMYRA (f Haafhd) Winner at 3.

Green Desert Oasis Dream Hope AQLAAM b 2005 Rainbow Quest Bourbonella Rum Cay FULL ROSE ch f 2012 Storm Cat Aljabr Sierra Madre TASJEEL b 2003 Mr Prospector Siyadah Roseate Tern

Prix du Jockey Club, G1, Chantilly, May 31, 2000m 1 New Bay (GB) 3 ch c Dubawi (IRE) - Cinnamon Bay (GB) (Zamindar (USA)) 2 Highland Reel (IRE) 3 b c Galileo (IRE) - Hveger (AUS) (Danehill (USA)) 3 War Dispatch (USA) 3 b c War Front (USA) - Photograph (USA) (Unbridled's Song (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 4; Wins: 2; Places: 2 Earnings: £779,895 Sire: DUBAWI. Sire of 99 Stakes winners. In 2015 - AL KAZEEM Darshaan G1, HUNTER'S LIGHT Barathea G1, NEW BAY Zamindar G1, NIGHT OF THUNDER Galileo G1, PRINCE BISHOP Prospect Bay G1, SHAMAL WIND Machiavellian G1, BALL OF MUSCLE Gold Brose G2, BAWINA Sadler's Wells G2, CATKINS Catbird G2, MUBTAAHIJ Pennekamp G2, SAFETY CHECK Royal Academy G2, SRIKANDI Hurricane Sky G2, AMBER ORCHID Hennessy G3, ALMANAAR Bahhare LR, BEST OF TIMES Rahy LR, CRYSTAL ZVEZDA Mark of Esteem LR, DEUCE AGAIN


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Machiavellian G3, GRENDISAR Mark of Esteem LR, PRETEND Indian Ridge LR, PROFITABLE Indian Ridge LR, RIVELLINO Pivotal LR, THAT IS THE SPIRIT Acatenango LR.

1st Dam: CINNAMON BAY by Zamindar. 3 wins at 2 and 3 in France, Prix d'Angerville LR. Dam of 2 winners: 2009: MARGATE (f Mizzen Mast) Winner at 3. Broodmare. 2010: Iowa Falls (f Dansili) 2012: NEW BAY (c Dubawi) 2 wins at 3 in France, Prix du Jockey Club G1, 2nd Poule d'Essai des Poulains P.le Parisien G1. 2013: Spice Trail (f Champs Elysees) unraced to date. 2014: (c Dansili)

1st Dam: FAIRY OF THE NIGHT by Danehill. 2 wins at 3, IrishStall.Farms EBF Fairy Bridge S LR. Dam of 3 winners: 2008: Aneedah (f Invincible Spirit) Winner at 2, 2nd Cleanevent Pavilion S LR. Broodmare. 2009: Cape of Night (f Cape Cross) unraced. Broodmare. 2010: MUTHMIR (g Invincible Spirit) Sold 130,000gns yearling at TAOC1. 4 wins at 3 to 5 at home, France, Prix du Gros-Chene Equida Alive G2. 2011: MY TITANIA (f Sea The Stars) 2 wins at 2, C L Weld Park S G3, 3rd Kilboy Estate S G2. 2012: My Fairy (f Sea The Stars) unraced to date.

Broodmare Sire: ZAMINDAR. Sire of the dams of 7 Stakes winners. In 2015 - NEW BAY Dubawi G1. Seeking The Gold Dubai Millennium Colorado Dancer DUBAWI b 2002 Deploy Zomaradah Jawaher NEW BAY ch c 2012 Gone West Zamindar Zaizafon CINNAMON BAY ch 2004 Sadler's Wells Trellis Bay Bahamian

Prix du Gros-Chene - Equida Alive, G2, Chantilly, May 31, 1000m 1 Muthmir (IRE) 5 b g Invincible Spirit (IRE) - Fairy of The Night (IRE) (Danehill (USA)) 2 Catcall (FR) 6 b g One Cool Cat (USA) - Jurata (IRE) (Polish Precedent (USA)) 3 Spirit Quartz (IRE) 7 b g Invincible Spirit (IRE) - Crystal Gaze (IRE) (Rainbow Quest (USA)) Age: 3-5; Starts: 10; Wins: 4; Places: 3 Earnings: £138,533 Sire: INVINCIBLE SPIRIT. Sire of 90 Stakes winners. In 2015 IMPASSABLE Green Tune G2, MUTHMIR Danehill G2, CABLE BAY Diktat G3, LOCAL TIME Medicean G3, TERRITORIES

Broodmare Sire: DANEHILL. Sire of the dams of 293 Stakes winners. In 2015 - COSMIC ENDEAVOUR Northern Meteor G1, HALLOWED CROWN Street Sense G1, PRIDE OF DUBAI Street Cry G1, VANCOUVER Medaglia d'Oro G1, CUSTOM CUT Notnowcato G2, MUTHMIR Invincible Spirit G2, SECRET GESTURE Galileo G2, EL VALLE Dobby Road G3, FORGOTTEN RULES Nayef G3, KOKORONO AI Stay Gold G3, MAJESTIC QUEEN Kheleyf G3, PASSING SHOT Swiss Ace G3, SCRATCHY BOTTOM Sebring G3, SOLICIT Street Cry G3, FALINO Fusaichi Pegasus LR, FEDERAL Medaglia d'Oro LR, KNIGHT'S COMMAND Pins LR, LANDLOCKED Zabeel LR, LET'S MAKE ADEAL Red Ransom LR, NAYELI More Than Ready LR, RACING EIGHT Mossman LR, THE CORSICAN Galileo LR, TOMBELAINE First Defence LR, TOWER OF LONHRO Lonhro LR, WOODWIN W More Than Ready LR, BELTOR Authorized LR, NANDO Hernando LR, RED KINGDOM Deep Impact LR. The Invincible Spirit/Danehill cross has produced: MUTHMIR G2, Aneedah LR.

Danzig Green Desert Foreign Courier INVINCIBLE SPIRIT b 97 Kris Rafha Eljazzi MUTHMIR b g 2010 Danzig Danehill Razyana FAIRY OF THE NIGHT b 2002 Night Shift Sassenach Darabaka

Prix de Sandringham, G2, Chantilly, May 31, 1600m 1 Impassable (IRE) 3 b f Invincible Spirit (IRE) - Gwenseb (FR) (Green Tune (USA)) 2 La Berma (IRE) 3 b f Lawman (FR) - Full Snow Moon (USA) (Vindication (USA)) 3 Night of Light (IRE) 3 b f Sea The Stars (IRE) - Celestial Lagoon (JPN) (Sunday Silence (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 6; Wins: 3; Places: 2 Earnings: £86,864 Sire: INVINCIBLE SPIRIT. Sire of 90 Stakes winners. In 2015 IMPASSABLE Green Tune G2, MUTHMIR Danehill G2, CABLE BAY Diktat G3, LOCAL TIME Medicean G3, TERRITORIES Machiavellian G3, GRENDISAR Mark of Esteem LR, PRETEND Indian Ridge LR, PROFITABLE Indian Ridge LR, RIVELLINO Pivotal LR, THAT IS THE SPIRIT Acatenango LR. 1st Dam: GWENSEB by Green Tune. 4 wins at 2 and 3 in France, Prix du Bois G3, 2nd Criterium de Maisons-Laffitte G2. Dam of 2 winners: 2009: FOREIGN TUNE (f Invincible Spirit) 3 wins at 2 and 3 in France, Prix Coronation LR, 2nd Prix de Lieurey G3. Broodmare. 2010: Coalis (c Oasis Dream) unraced. 2012: IMPASSABLE (f Invincible Spirit) 3 wins at 3 in France, Prix de Sandringham G2. 2013: (c Acclamation) Broodmare Sire: GREEN TUNE. Sire of the dams of 18 Stakes winners. In 2015 - IMPASSABLE Invincible Spirit G2.

The Invincible Spirit/Green Tune cross has produced: ROSDHU QUEEN G1, IMPASSABLE G2, FOREIGN TUNE G3. Danzig Green Desert Foreign Courier INVINCIBLE SPIRIT b 97 Kris Rafha Eljazzi IMPASSABLE b f 2012 Green Dancer Green Tune Soundings GWENSEB ch 2003 St Jovite La Popesse Madonna Sprite

Prix de Royaumont - RMC, G3, Chantilly, May 31, 2400m 1 Kataniya (IRE) 3 b f Raven's Pass (USA) - Katiykha (IRE) (Darshaan) 2 Sea Calisi (FR) 3 b f Youmzain (IRE) - Triclaria (GER) (Surumu (GER)) 3 Ame Bleue (GB) 3 ch f Dubawi (IRE) - Aquarelliste (FR) (Danehill (USA)) Age: 3; Starts: 4; Wins: 3; Places: 1 Earnings: £65,892 Sire: RAVEN'S PASS. Sire of 10 Stakes winners. In 2015 KATANIYA Darshaan G3, GREG PASS St Jovite LR. 1st Dam: KATIYKHA by Darshaan. 6 wins at 3 and 4, Ballycullen S LR, Victor McCalmont Memorial S LR. Dam of 7 winners: 2002: Katariya (f Barathea) ran twice. Broodmare. 2003: KATALAK (g Desert Prince) 2 wins 2004: KATIRISA (f Spinning World) Winner at 3. Broodmare. 2005: KATIYRA (f Peintre Celebre) 3 wins at 2 and 3, Irish National Stud Blandford S G2, 3rd Juddmonte Oaks S G1, Prix de l'Opera G1. Broodmare. 2006: Kartanian (g Kalanisi) 2 wins in N.H. Flat Races, 3rd Cleanevent Standard Open N.H. Flat Race LR. 2007: Kazakh (c Xaar) unraced. 2008: KAYALAR (g Noverre) Winner at 4. 2009: KATIOLA (f Oratorio) Winner at 3. Broodmare. 2010: Kahdian (g Rock of Gibraltar) 2012: KATANIYA (f Raven's Pass) 3 wins at 3 in France, Prix de Royaumont - RMC G3, Prix de la Seine LR.

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international database Broodmare Sire: DARSHAAN. Sire of the dams of 224 Stakes winners. In 2015 - AL KAZEEM Dubawi G1, GOLDSTREAM Martino Alonso G2, ARAB SPRING Monsun G3, KATANIYA Raven's Pass G3, MIZZOU Galileo G3, JUTLAND Halling LR, MAWAAL Shamardal LR, TELESCOPE Galileo LR, TRUE STORY Manduro LR, LE BEL ANJOU Malinas LR, THUBIAAN Dynaformer LR. The Raven's Pass/Darshaan cross has produced: STEELER G1, KATANIYA G3. Gone West Elusive Quality Touch of Greatness RAVEN'S PASS ch 2005 Lord At War Ascutney Right Word KATANIYA b f 2012 Shirley Heights Darshaan Delsy KATIYKHA b 96 Auction Ring Katiyfa Kaloudiya

Grand Prix de Chantilly, G2, Chantilly, May 31, 2400m 1 Manatee (GB) 4 b c Monsun (GER) - Galatee (FR) (Galileo (IRE)) 2 Prince Gibraltar (FR) 4 ch c Rock of Gibraltar (IRE) - Princess Sofia (UAE) (Pennekamp (USA)) 3 Agent Murphy (GB) 4 b c Cape Cross (IRE) - Raskutani (GB) (Dansili (GB)) Age: 3-4; Starts: 6; Wins: 4; Places: 2 Earnings: £152,394 Sire: MONSUN. Sire of 119 Stakes winners. In 2015 - BATHYRHON Be My Guest G2, MANATEE Galileo G2, ARAB SPRING Darshaan G3, EXCESS KNOWLEDGE Dansili G3, MIDSUMMER SUN Kingmambo LR, SARRASIN High Chaparral LR, SHIMRANO Daylami LR. 1st Dam: GALATEE by Galileo. 3 wins at 3, Irish Stallion Farms Blue Wind S G3. Dam of 4 winners: 2008: GALLERIA (f Dalakhani) Winner at 4 in France. 2009: GATERIE (f Dubai Destination) 4 wins at 3 and 4 in France, Prix du Carrousel LR. 2011: MANATEE (c Monsun) 4 wins at 3 and 4 in France, Grand Prix de Chantilly G2, Prix du Conseil de Paris G2.

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2012: DARTMOUTH (c Dubawi) 2 wins at 2 and 3. 2013: Halay (f Dansili) unraced to date. 2014: (c Oasis Dream) Broodmare Sire: GALILEO. Sire of the dams of 34 Stakes winners. In 2015 - NIGHT OF THUNDER Dubawi G1, MANATEE Monsun G2, LEA First Samurai G3, BERTINORO Aussie Rules LR, GREATWOOD Manduro LR, MOJO RISIN Lope de Vega LR, THUNDER FANTASY Lucky Owners LR, FOR ME Shirocco LR, HARGAM Sinndar LR. Dschingis Khan Konigsstuhl Konigskronung MONSUN br 90 Surumu Mosella Monasia MANATEE b c 2011 Sadler's Wells Galileo Urban Sea GALATEE b 2003 Mountain Cat Altana Albertine

Racing Post Lacken Stakes, G3, Naas, June 1, 6f 1 Anthem Alexander (IRE) 3 ch f Starspangledbanner (AUS) - Lady Alexander (IRE) (Night Shift (USA)) 2 The Happy Prince (IRE) 3 b c Rip Van Winkle (IRE) - Maid To Dream (GB) (Oasis Dream (GB)) 3 Toscanini (IRE) 3 b c Shamardal (USA) - Tuzla (FR) (Panoramic) Age: 2-3; Starts: 6; Wins: 3; Places: 2 Earnings: £157,402 Sire: STARSPANGLEDBANNER. Sire of 4 Stakes winners. In 2015 ANTHEM ALEXANDER Night Shift G3, OF THE BRAVE Rory's Jester G3, HOME OF THE BRAVE Beat Hollow LR. 1st Dam: LADY ALEXANDER by Night Shift. 3 wins at 2, Omni Racing Anglesey S G3, Jockey Club of Kenya Molecomb S G3. Dam of 6 winners: 2001: ALEXANDER AMBITION (f Entrepreneur) Winner at 3. Broodmare. 2002: ALEXANDER QUEEN (f King's Best) Winner at 2. Dam of

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ALKASSER (g Shamardal: 2 wins at 3, Power EBF Tetrarch S LR) 2003: DANDY MAN (c Mozart). 6 wins, Stan James Palace House S G3, 2nd King's Stand S G2, 3rd Coolmore Nunthorpe S G1. Sire. 2004: Lady Shanghai (f Alhaarth). Dam of HAMZA (g Amadeus Wolf: 7 wins at 2 to 6, 2015 at home, Qatar, Connaught Flooring Abernant S G3, 3rd Qatar Prix de l'Abbaye de Longchamp G1) 2005: ELEGANT WAY (f Cape Cross) Winner at 3 in France. Broodmare. 2006: (g Chevalier) 2007: GOOD AUTHORITY (g Chineur) 5 wins at 4 to 7, 2014. 2010: Perfect Charming (g Red Clubs) 2012: ANTHEM ALEXANDER (f Starspangledbanner) Sold 48,000gns yearling at TAOC1. 3 wins at 2 and 3, Queen Mary S G2, Racing Post Lacken S G3, 2nd Connollys Red Mills Cheveley Park S G1, 3rd Pinsent Masons Lowther S G2. 2013: Martha Watson (f Dream Ahead) unraced to date. 2014: (f Acclamation) Broodmare Sire: NIGHT SHIFT. Sire of the dams of 105 Stakes winners. In 2015 - ANTHEM ALEXANDER Starspangledbanner G3, RAMONE Marju G3, ATHENS Pioneerof the Nile LR, MY DEAR SON Divine Light LR, KICK ON Poliglote LR. Choisir

Danehill Dancer

Great Selection STARSPANGLEDBANNER ch 2006 Made of Gold Gold Anthem National Song ANTHEM ALEXANDER ch f 2012 Northern Dancer Night Shift Ciboulette LADY ALEXANDER ch 95 Sandhurst Prince Sandhurst Goddess Paradise Bird

Badener Meile, G2, BadenBaden, June 4, 1600m 1 Amaron (GB) 6 ch c Shamardal (USA) - Amandalini (GB) (Bertolini (USA)) 2 Guiliani (IRE) 4 br c Tertullian (USA) - Guadalupe (GER) (Monsun (GER))

3 Peace At Last (IRE) 5 b c Oasis Dream (GB) - National Day (IRE) (Barathea (IRE)) Age: 2-6; Starts: 22; Wins: 9; Places: 6 Earnings: £354,241 Sire: SHAMARDAL. Sire of 77 Stakes winners. In 2015 - ABLE FRIEND Volksraad G1, DUNBOYNE EXPRESS Polish Precedent G1, AMARON Bertolini G2, DELECTATION More Than Ready G2, FRENCH NAVY Woodman G3, SHAMALIA Redoute's Choice G3, TRYSTER Riverman G3, AKATEA Peintre Celebre LR, FOND WORDS Elusive City LR, JOYFUL HOPE Barathea LR, MAWAAL Darshaan LR, SPERRY Marju LR, ZAWRAQ Sadler's Wells LR. 1st Dam: Amandalini by Bertolini. ran twice at 2. Dam of 1 winner: 2009: AMARON (c Shamardal) Sold 101,137gns yearling at ARAUG, 105,000gns yearling at TADEY. 9 wins at 2 to 6, 2015 in France, Germany, Italy, Premio Vittorio di Capua G1, Badener Meile G2, Prix Perth G3, Grosser Preis der Dortmunder Wirtschaft G3, Wettenleip Fruhjahrs-Meile G3 (twice), American Express Zukunfts Rennen G3, Rennen um den Preis SWK Dr. Busch Mem G3, Oppenheim-Rennen LR, 2nd Darley Oettingen Rennen G2, 3rd G.P.der VGH Versicherungen Meilen Trophy G2, Prix Edmond Blanc G3, Lando Preis des Winterfavoriten G3. Broodmare Sire: BERTOLINI. Sire of the dams of 5 Stakes winners. In 2015 - AMARON Shamardal G2, ARROGANT APPROACH Carnival Dancer LR, BICI BICI Authorized LR. Storm Cat Giant's Causeway Mariah's Storm SHAMARDAL b 2002 Machiavellian Helsinki Helen Street AMARON ch c 2009 Danzig Bertolini Aquilegia AMANDALINI b 2005 Lyphard Luxurious Tropicaro


international database Investec Princess Elizabeth Stakes, G3, Epsom Downs, June 5, 8f 110yds 1 Arabian Queen (IRE) 3 b f Dubawi (IRE) - Barshiba (IRE) (Barathea (IRE)) 2 Crowley's Law (GB) 4 b f Dubawi (IRE) - Logic (GB) (Slip Anchor) 3 Odeliz (IRE) 5 ch f Falco (USA) Acatama (USA) (Efisio) Age: 2-3; Starts: 7; Wins: 3; Places: 0 Earnings: £93,472 Sire: DUBAWI. Sire of 99 Stakes winners. In 2015 - AL KAZEEM Darshaan G1, HUNTER'S LIGHT Barathea G1, NEW BAY Zamindar G1, NIGHT OF THUNDER Galileo G1, PRINCE BISHOP Prospect Bay G1, SHAMAL WIND Machiavellian G1, BALL OF MUSCLE Gold Brose G2, BAWINA Sadler's Wells G2, CATKINS Catbird G2, MUBTAAHIJ Pennekamp G2, SAFETY CHECK Royal Academy G2, SRIKANDI Hurricane Sky G2, AMBER ORCHID Hennessy G3, ARABIAN QUEEN Barathea G3, ALMANAAR Bahhare LR, BEST OF TIMES Rahy LR, CRYSTAL ZVEZDA Mark of Esteem LR, DEUCE AGAIN Unfuwain LR, DUBDAY Daylami LR, ERUPT Caerleon LR, LADY OF DUBAI Montjeu LR, ROYAL ISLAND Umatilla LR, DODGING BULLETS Kris S LR, LACHLAN BRIDGE Anabaa LR. 1st Dam: BARSHIBA by Barathea. 7 wins at 3 to 6, Bet 365 Lancashire Oaks G2 (twice). Dam of 1 winner: 2012: ARABIAN QUEEN (f Dubawi) 3 wins at 2 and 3, Qipco Duchess Of Cambridge S G2, Investec Princess Elizabeth S G3. 2013: Australian Queen (f Fastnet Rock) unraced to date. 2015: (f Dubawi) Broodmare Sire: BARATHEA. Sire of the dams of 78 Stakes winners. In 2015 - HUNTER'S LIGHT Dubawi G1, ARABIAN QUEEN Dubawi G3, CLOCKWINDER Intikhab LR, JOYFUL HOPE Shamardal LR, TALL SHIP Sea The Stars LR, TIGER TOPS Tiger Hill LR, CYRUS DARIUS Overbury LR.

The Dubawi/Barathea cross has produced: HUNTER'S LIGHT G1, MONTEROSSO G1, ARABIAN QUEEN G2, DANADANA G3. Seeking The Gold Dubai Millennium Colorado Dancer DUBAWI b 2002 Deploy Zomaradah Jawaher ARABIAN QUEEN b f 2012 Sadler's Wells Barathea Brocade BARSHIBA ch 2004 Dashing Blade Dashiba Alsiba

Investec Oaks Stakes, G1, Epsom Downs, June 5, 12f 1 Qualify (IRE) 3 b f Fastnet Rock (AUS) - Perihelion (IRE) (Galileo (IRE)) 2 Legatissimo (IRE) 3 b f Danehill Dancer (IRE) - Yummy Mummy (GB) (Montjeu (IRE)) 3 Lady Of Dubai (GB) 3 b f Dubawi (IRE) - Lady of Everest (IRE) (Montjeu (IRE)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 9; Wins: 3; Places: 2 Earnings: £306,496

2014: (f Henrythenavigator) Broodmare Sire: GALILEO. Sire of the dams of 34 Stakes winners. In 2015 - NIGHT OF THUNDER Dubawi G1, QUALIFY Fastnet Rock G1, MANATEE Monsun G2, LEA First Samurai G3, BERTINORO Aussie Rules LR, GREATWOOD Manduro LR, MOJO RISIN Lope de Vega LR, THUNDER FANTASY Lucky Owners LR, FOR ME Shirocco LR, HARGAM Sinndar LR. The Fastnet Rock/Galileo cross has produced: QUALIFY G1, ROCK HERO G2, EAGLE ISLAND LR, MAGICOOL LR, Sailing By G3. Danzig Danehill Razyana FASTNET ROCK b 2001 Royal Academy Piccadilly Circus Gatana QUALIFY b f 2012 Sadler's Wells Galileo Urban Sea PERIHELION ch 2005 The Minstrel Medicosma Media Luna

Investec Diomed Stakes, G3, Epsom Downs, June 5, 8f 110yds

Sire: FASTNET ROCK. Sire of 77 Stakes winners. In 2015 - QUALIFY Galileo G1, FIRST SEAL Scenic G2, FASCINATING ROCK Polar Falcon G3, LA SALDANA Singspiel G3, BEWHATYOUWANNABE Beautiful Crown LR, DIAMONDSANDRUBIES Sadler's Wells LR, LUMOSTY Bachelor Duke LR, NINTH LEGION Xaar LR, SATURN ROCK Ne Coupez Pas LR.

1 Arod (IRE) 4 b c Teofilo (IRE) My Personal Space (USA) (Rahy (USA)) 2 Custom Cut (IRE) 6 b g Notnowcato (GB) - Polished Gem (IRE) (Danehill (USA)) 3 Complicit (IRE) 4 b c Captain Rio (GB) - Molomo (GB) (Barathea (IRE))

1st Dam: Perihelion by Galileo. Winner at 3, 2nd Goffs/Doncaster BS Park Hill S G2. Dam of 3 winners: 2010: SALTANAT (f Duke of Marmalade) 3 wins at 3 and 4 in Czech Republic, Slovakia. 2011: SATELLITE (g Danehill Dancer) Winner at 3. 2012: QUALIFY (f Fastnet Rock) 3 wins at 2 and 3, Investec Oaks S G1, C L & M F Weld Park S G3, 3rd Turkey Jockey Club Silver Flash S G3. 2013: Shogun (c Fastnet Rock) unraced to date.

Sire: TEOFILO. Sire of 42 Stakes winners. In 2015 - KERMADEC Fuji Kiseki G1, PLEASCACH Thunder Gulch G1, TAMAANEE Perugino G2, AROD Rahy G3, FLIGHT RISK Nordico G3, GENERAL SHERMAN Machiavellian LR, PARISH HALL Montjeu LR, RESONATES Warning LR, ROUND TWO Kingmambo LR, KISANJI Kingmambo LR.

Age: 2-4; Starts: 9; Wins: 3; Places: 5 Earnings: £228,577

1st Dam: MY PERSONAL SPACE by Rahy. Winner at 2. Dam of 6 winners: 2005: Sleeping Mountain (f Montjeu) unraced. Broodmare. 2006: Galidon (c Galileo) 6 wins at 2 to 4 in Italy, 3rd Premio Villa Borghese Mem.F. Cadoni LR. 2007: Raggiante (f Rock of Gibraltar) Winner at 3 in Italy, 3rd Premio Torricola LR. Broodmare. 2009: AXA REIM (g Cape Cross) 6 wins at 2 to 5, 2014 in Italy. 2010: PERSONAL APPROACH (c New Approach) Winner at 2 in Italy. 2011: AROD (c Teofilo) Sold 134,920gns yearling at GOOY1. 3 wins at 3 and 4, Investec Diomed S G3, 2nd Betfred Dante S G2, Weatherbys Earl of Sefton S G3, 3rd Al Shaqab Lockinge S G1. 2012: DREAMLIFTER (c Duke of Marmalade) Winner at 3 in Italy. 2014: (f Teofilo) Broodmare Sire: RAHY. Sire of the dams of 112 Stakes winners. In 2015 - TARQUIN Hard Spun G2, AROD Teofilo G3, PARRANDA English Channel G3, WAR CORRESPONDENT War Front G3, ALEX ROSSI Freud LR, BEST OF TIMES Dubawi LR, MAMDOOHA Daaher LR, MENARDAIS Canyon Creek LR, PRIZE CHOICE Pure Prize LR. Galileo

Sadler's Wells

Urban Sea TEOFILO b 2004 Danehill Speirbhean Saviour AROD b c 2011 Blushing Groom Rahy Glorious Song MY PERSONAL SPACE ch 2001 Nureyev Pattimech My Nord

Investec Derby Stakes, G1, Epsom Downs, June 6, 12f 1 Golden Horn (GB) 3 b c Cape Cross (IRE) - Fleche d'Or (GB) (Dubai Destination (USA)) 2 Jack Hobbs (GB) 3 br c Halling (USA) - Swain's Gold (USA) (Swain (IRE)) 3 Storm The Stars (USA) 3 b c Sea The Stars (IRE) - Love Me Only (IRE) (Sadler's Wells (USA))

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international database Age: 2-3; Starts: 4; Wins: 4; Places: 0 Earnings: £931,409 Sire: CAPE CROSS. Sire of 100 Stakes winners. In 2015 - GOLDEN HORN Dubai Destination G1, KARPINO Sadler's Wells G2, AGENT MURPHY Dansili LR, CONVERGENCE Nayef LR, DON'T BE Fasliyev LR, PLEASURE GAINS Vettori LR. 1st Dam: Fleche d'Or by Dubai Destination. unraced. Dam of 2 winners: 2011: EASTERN BELLE (f Champs Elysees) Winner at 3, Lord Weinstock Mem. Ballymacoll S LR, 2nd New York S G2. 2012: GOLDEN HORN (c Cape Cross) Sold 190,000gns yearling at TAOC1. 4 wins at 2 and 3, Investec Derby S G1, Betfred Dante S G2, Feilden S LR. 2013: Golden Reign (f Champs Elysees) unraced to date. 2014: (f Acclamation) Broodmare Sire: DUBAI DESTINATION. Sire of the dams of 8 Stakes winners. In 2015 GOLDEN HORN Cape Cross G1, SLIGHTLY SWEET Charge Forward G3, LEXINGTON TIMES Paco Boy LR. Danzig Green Desert Foreign Courier CAPE CROSS b/br 94 Ahonoora Park Appeal Balidaress GOLDEN HORN b c 2012 Kingmambo Dubai Destination Mysterial FLECHE D'OR b 2006 Nureyev Nuryana Loralane

Investec Coronation Cup, G1, Epsom Downs, June 6, 12f 1 Pether's Moon (IRE) 5 b c Dylan Thomas (IRE) - Softly Tread (IRE) (Tirol) 2 Dolniya (FR) 4 b f Azamour (IRE) Daltama (IRE) (Indian Ridge) 3 Flintshire (GB) 5 b/br c Dansili (GB) - Dance Routine (GB) (Sadler's Wells (USA))

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Age: 2-5; Starts: 21; Wins: 7; Places: 10 Earnings: £576,324 Sire: DYLAN THOMAS. Sire of 21 Stakes winners. In 2015 - BLAZING SPEED Sadler's Wells G1, DYLAN MOUTH Noverre G1, PETHER'S MOON Tirol G1, NIGHTFLOWER Peintre Celebre G2, DYLANSON Canny Lad LR, NOT LISTENIN'TOME Encosta de Lago LR, PORSENNA Hussonet LR, WILD ASH Giant's Causeway LR. 1st Dam: SOFTLY TREAD by Tirol. 3 wins at 2 and 3, Castlemartin/La Louviere Gladness S G3. Dam of 2 winners: 2006: Terme Cay (f Langfuhr) unraced. Broodmare. 2009: MONA BROWN (f Dylan Thomas) 3 wins at 3 and 4. 2010: PETHER'S MOON (c Dylan Thomas) Sold 42,692gns yearling at TISEP. 7 wins at 3 to 5 at home, Turkey, Investec Coronation Cup G1, International Bosphorus Cup G2, BMW Cumberland Lodge S G3, Coutts Glorious S G3, Betdaq Floodlit S LR, 2nd Qatar Bloodstock Jockey Club S G2, Dubai Duty Free John Porter S G3, Carey Group Buckhounds S LR, 3rd Hardwicke S G2, Dunaden at Overbury Jockey Club S G2, Boylesports Princess of Wales's S G2. Broodmare Sire: TIROL. Sire of the dams of 26 Stakes winners. In 2015 - PETHER'S MOON Dylan Thomas G1. Danzig Danehill Razyana DYLAN THOMAS b 2003 Diesis Lagrion Wrap It Up PETHER'S MOON b c 2010 Thatching Tirol Alpine Niece SOFTLY TREAD b 98 Ela-Mana-Mou Second Guess Warning Sound

Prix Paul de Moussac, G3, Chantilly, June 6, 1600m 1 Almanaar (GB) 3 ch g Dubawi (IRE) - Baqah (IRE) (Bahhare (USA))

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2 Full Mast (USA) 3 b c Mizzen Mast (USA) - Yashmak (USA) (Danzig (USA)) 3 De Treville (GB) 3 b c Oasis Dream (GB) - Dar Re Mi (GB) (Singspiel (IRE)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 8; Wins: 3; Places: 4 Earnings: £86,103 Sire: DUBAWI. Sire of 99 Stakes winners. In 2015 - AL KAZEEM Darshaan G1, HUNTER'S LIGHT Barathea G1, NEW BAY Zamindar G1, NIGHT OF THUNDER Galileo G1, PRINCE BISHOP Prospect Bay G1, SHAMAL WIND Machiavellian G1, SRIKANDI Hurricane Sky G1, BALL OF MUSCLE Gold Brose G2, BAWINA Sadler's Wells G2, CATKINS Catbird G2, MUBTAAHIJ Pennekamp G2, SAFETY CHECK Royal Academy G2, ALMANAAR Bahhare G3, AMBER ORCHID Hennessy G3, ARABIAN QUEEN Barathea G3, BEST OF TIMES Rahy LR, CRYSTAL ZVEZDA Mark of Esteem LR, DEUCE AGAIN Unfuwain LR, DUBDAY Daylami LR, ERUPT Caerleon LR, LADY OF DUBAI Montjeu LR, ROYAL ISLAND Umatilla LR, DODGING BULLETS Kris S LR, LACHLAN BRIDGE Anabaa LR. 1st Dam: BAQAH by Bahhare. 3 wins at 3 in France, Prix de Sandringham G2, 3rd UAE Equestrian Racing Falmouth S G1. Dam of 2 winners: 2006: Alnadeeb (c Green Desert) unraced. 2007: Heyaam (f Haafhd) unraced. Broodmare. 2008: FUNON (g Cape Cross) 4 wins at 3 to 5 in France, UAE. 2010: (c Pivotal) 2011: Mutheera (f Oasis Dream) unraced. 2012: ALMANAAR (g Dubawi) 3 wins at 2 and 3 in France, Prix Paul de Moussac G3, Prix de Pontarme LR, 3rd Prix de Suresnes LR. 2013: Dawaween (c Oasis Dream) unraced to date. Broodmare Sire: BAHHARE. Sire of the dams of 3 Stakes winners. In 2015 - ALMANAAR Dubawi G3.

The Dubawi/Bahhare cross has produced: ALMANAAR G3, La Mouche LR. Seeking The Gold Dubai Millennium Colorado Dancer DUBAWI b 2002 Deploy Zomaradah Jawaher ALMANAAR ch g 2012 Woodman Bahhare Wasnah BAQAH ch 2001 Cadeaux Genereux Filfilah El Rabab

Gran Premio di Milano, G1, Milan, June 7, 2400m 1 Dylan Mouth (IRE) 4 b c Dylan Thomas (IRE) - Cottonmouth (IRE) (Noverre (USA)) 2 Billabong (MOR) 6 ch c Gentlewave (IRE) - Lunattori (GB) (Vettori (IRE)) 3 Celticus (IRE) 5 b c Stroll (USA) Bois Joli (IRE) (Orpen (USA)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 10; Wins: 9; Places: 0 Earnings: £555,358 Sire: DYLAN THOMAS. Sire of 21 Stakes winners. In 2015 - BLAZING SPEED Sadler's Wells G1, DYLAN MOUTH Noverre G1, PETHER'S MOON Tirol G1, NIGHTFLOWER Peintre Celebre G2, DYLANSON Canny Lad LR, NOT LISTENIN'TOME Encosta de Lago LR, PORSENNA Hussonet LR, WILD ASH Giant's Causeway LR. 1st Dam: COTTONMOUTH by Noverre. 12 wins at 2 to 5 in Italy, Premio Verziere G3. Dam of 2 winners: 2011: DYLAN MOUTH (c Dylan Thomas). 9 wins at 2 to 4 in Italy, Gran Premio del Jockey Club G1, Gran Premio di Milano G1, Derby Italiano G2, Premio Federico Tesio G2, Premio Carlo d'Alessio G3, Premio Emanuele Filiberto LR. 2012: PROMISSORY NOTE (f Rock of Gibraltar) Winner at 2 in Italy. 2013: Per Un Dixir (c Holy Roman Emperor) unraced to date. 2014: (f Lawman) Broodmare Sire: NOVERRE. Sire of the dams of 5 Stakes winners. In


international database 2015 - DYLAN MOUTH Dylan Thomas G1, UNDER THE LOUVRE Excellent Art LR. Danzig Danehill Razyana DYLAN THOMAS b 2003 Diesis Lagrion Wrap It Up DYLAN MOUTH b c 2011 Rahy Noverre Danseur Fabuleux COTTONMOUTH b 2004 Darshaan Nafzira Nafzawa

TRM Ballyogan Stakes, G3, Curragh, June 7, 6f 1 Ainippe (IRE) 3 b f Captain Rio (GB) - Imitation (GB) (Darshaan) 2 Newsletter (IRE) 3 b f Sir Percy (GB) - Payphone (GB) (Anabaa (USA)) 3 Steip Amach (IRE) 3 b f Vocalised (USA) - Ceist Eile (IRE) (Noverre (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 7; Wins: 3; Places: 2 Earnings: £73,031 Sire: CAPTAIN RIO. Sire of 26 Stakes winners. In 2015 - AINIPPE Darshaan G3, WHOSYOURMASTER Wild Rampage LR. 1st Dam: Imitation by Darshaan. unraced. Own sister to DARNAY. Dam of 6 winners: 2000: STEALING BEAUTY (f Sadler's Wells) Winner at 3. Broodmare. 2001: FORGED (c Peintre Celebre) Winner at 3. 2002: Tatamagouche (f Sadler's Wells). Broodmare. 2003: HURRY UP HELEN (f In The Wings) 3 wins at 3. Broodmare. 2004: (f Sakhee). died at 2 years. 2005: Walhalla (c Sinndar) ran 3 times. 2006: SWINDLER (g Sinndar) Winner at 4. 2007: KALANETTA (f Kalanisi) Winner at 2. Broodmare. 2008: (f Kalanisi) 2012: AINIPPE (f Captain Rio) 3 wins at 2 and 3, TRM Ballyogan S G3, Irish Field Curragh S LR, 3rd William Hill Firth of Clyde S G3.

Broodmare Sire: DARSHAAN. Sire of the dams of 225 Stakes winners. In 2015 - AL KAZEEM Dubawi G1, GOLDSTREAM Martino Alonso G2, AINIPPE Captain Rio G3, ARAB SPRING Monsun G3, KATANIYA Raven's Pass G3, MIZZOU Galileo G3, JUTLAND Halling LR, MAWAAL Shamardal LR, MUTATIS MUTANDIS Mastercraftsman LR, TELESCOPE Galileo LR, TRUE STORY Manduro LR, LE BEL ANJOU Malinas LR, THUBIAAN Dynaformer LR. The Captain Rio/Darshaan cross has produced: AINIPPE G3, JUMBO RIO LR. Pivotal

Polar Falcon

Fearless Revival CAPTAIN RIO ch 99 Miswaki Beloved Visitor Abeesh AINIPPE b f 2012 Shirley Heights Darshaan Delsy IMITATION b 96 The Minstrel Flawless Image Faultless Tudor

G. P. der Badischen Unternehmer Rennen, G2, Baden-Baden, June 7, 2200m 1 Ito (GER) 4 b c Adlerflug (GER) Iota (GER) (Tiger Hill (IRE)) 2 Nicolosio (IRE) 5 b c Peintre Celebre (USA) - Nicolaia (GER) (Alkalde (GER)) 3 Spend The Cash (IRE) 4 ch c Adlerflug (GER) - Splash Mountain (IRE) (Peintre Celebre (USA)) Age: 3-4; Starts: 7; Wins: 5; Places: 1 Earnings: £50,500 Sire: ADLERFLUG. Sire of 4 Stakes winners. In 2015 - ITO Tiger Hill G2, NORDIC FLIGHT Diktat LR. 1st Dam: IOTA by Tiger Hill. 3 wins at 3 in Germany, pferdewetten.de Preis der Diana (Oaks) G1. Dam of 3 winners: 2007: Iojo (f Giant's Causeway) unraced. Broodmare. 2009: ITUILA (f Tertullian) 2 wins at 3 in Germany.

2010: Iniciar (c Galileo) 2 wins at 3 and 4 in France, 2nd Prix Andre Baboin G.P. de Lyon LR. 2011: ITO (c Adlerflug) 5 wins at 3 and 4 in Germany, G. P. der Badischen Unternehmer Rennen G2, Gesundheitswirtschaft Preis von Dahlwitz LR. 2012: Ilkin (c Adlerflug) unraced to date. 2013: Igraine (f Galileo) unraced to date. Broodmare Sire: TIGER HILL. Sire of the dams of 13 Stakes winners. In 2015 - ITO Adlerflug G2. Sadler's Wells In The Wings High Hawk ADLERFLUG ch 2004 Last Tycoon Aiyana Alya ITO b c 2011 Danehill Tiger Hill The Filly IOTA b 2002 Konigsstuhl Iora Incitation

Broodmare Sire: SENDAWAR. Sire of the dams of 3 Stakes winners. In 2015 - BELLO MATTEO Montmartre G3. Sadler's Wells Montjeu Floripedes MONTMARTRE gr 2005 Linamix Artistique Armarama BELLO MATTEO b c 2011 Priolo Sendawar Sendana LIDAWAR b 2004 Rainbow Quest Liwana Linnga

Munster Oaks Stakes, G3, Cork, June 14, 12f 1 Words (IRE) 3 b f Dansili (GB) Moonstone (GB) (Dalakhani (IRE)) 2 Carla Bianca (IRE) 4 gr f Dansili (GB) - Majestic Silver (IRE) (Linamix (FR)) 3 Roheryn (IRE) 4 b f Galileo (IRE) La Chunga (USA) (More Than Ready (USA))

La Coupe, G3, Longchamp, June 12, 2000m 1 Bello Matteo (FR) 4 b c Montmartre (FR) - Lidawar (FR) (Sendawar (IRE)) 2 Sparkling Beam (IRE) 5 b f Nayef (USA) - Pearl Dance (USA) (Nureyev (USA)) 3 Elliptique (IRE) 4 br c New Approach (IRE) - Uryale (FR) (Kendor (FR)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 14; Wins: 4; Places: 4 Earnings: £90,568 Sire: MONTMARTRE. Sire of 3 Stakes winners. In 2015 - BELLO MATTEO Sendawar G3, PETITE PARISIENNE Highest Honor LR. 1st Dam: Lidawar by Sendawar. unraced. Dam of 3 winners: 2009: CLARA DE LUNE (f Bleu d'Altair) 5 wins at 3 and 4 in France. 2011: BELLO MATTEO (c Montmartre) 4 wins at 3 and 4 in France, La Coupe G3. 2012: LA DIVINANDRA (f Le Havre) Winner at 3 in France.

Age: 2-3; Starts: 2; Wins: 2; Places: 0 Earnings: £47,278 Sire: DANSILI. Sire of 104 Stakes winners. In 2015 - MAGOG Doyoun G1, DORMELLO Selkirk G3, PERMIT Swain G3, WORDS Dalakhani G3, ASHLAN Linamix LR, INDEX LINKED Irish River LR, VICTORY SONG Sadler's Wells LR. 1st Dam: MOONSTONE by Dalakhani. Winner at 3, Darley Irish Oaks G1, 2nd Juddmonte Oaks S G1. Dam of 3 winners: 2010: NEVIS (c Dansili) 3 wins at 2, 3 and 5 at home, Australia, Betfred Derby Trial S LR. 2011: STUBBS (c Danehill Dancer) 3 wins at 2 and 3 at home, Denmark, Alfred Nobel Rochestown S LR. 2012: WORDS (f Dansili) 2 wins at 2 and 3, Munster Oaks S G3. 2013: Us Army Ranger (c Galileo) unraced to date. 2014: (c Fastnet Rock) Broodmare Sire: DALAKHANI. Sire of the dams of 8 Stakes winners. In 2015 - WORDS Dansili G3, KILIMANJARO High Chaparral LR,

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Oppenheim Union-Rennen, G2, Cologne, June 14, 2200m 1 Shimrano (GER) 3 b c Monsun (GER) - Shimrana (IRE) (Daylami (IRE)) 2 Areo (GB) 3 ch c Medicean (GB) Atiara (GER) (Pivotal (GB)) 3 Nutan (IRE) 3 b c Duke of Marmalade (IRE) - Neele (IRE) (Peintre Celebre (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 4; Wins: 3; Places: 1 Earnings: £45,291 Sire: MONSUN. Sire of 119 Stakes winners. In 2015 - BATHYRHON Be My Guest G2, MANATEE Galileo G2, SHIMRANO Daylami G2, TRIPLE THREAT Lyphard G2, ARAB SPRING Darshaan G3, EXCESS KNOWLEDGE Dansili G3, MIDSUMMER SUN Kingmambo LR, SARRASIN High Chaparral LR. 1st Dam: Shimrana by Daylami. unraced. Dam of 2 winners: 2010: Shamanda (f Zamindar) 2011: SHAZAAM (c Monsun) Winner at 2 in Germany. 2012: SHIMRANO (c Monsun) Sold 77,429gns yearling at BBAGS. 3 wins at 2 and 3 in Germany, Oppenheim Union-Rennen G2, G. P. Hannoverschen Volksbank LR. 2014: (c Invincible Spirit) Broodmare Sire: DAYLAMI. Sire of the dams of 19 Stakes winners. In 2015 - SHIMRANO Monsun G2, HERO LOOK Lope de Vega G3, DEAD OR ALIVE Wanted LR, DUBDAY Dubawi LR.

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Dschingis Khan Konigsstuhl Konigskronung MONSUN br 90 Surumu Mosella Monasia SHIMRANO b c 2012 Doyoun Daylami Daltawa SHIMRANA b 2004 Kahyasi Shamadara Shamarzana

Prix du Lys Longines, G3, Chantilly, June 14, 2400m 1 Erupt (IRE) 3 b c Dubawi (IRE) Mare Nostrum (GB) (Caerleon (USA)) 2 Sarrasin (GB) 3 b c Monsun (GER) - Sand River (IRE) (High Chaparral (IRE)) 3 Pilansberg (GB) 3 b c Rail Link (GB) - Posteritas (USA) (Lear Fan (USA)) Age: 3; Starts: 3; Wins: 3; Places: 0 Earnings: £58,528 Sire: DUBAWI. Sire of 99 Stakes winners. In 2015 - AL KAZEEM Darshaan G1, HUNTER'S LIGHT Barathea G1, NEW BAY Zamindar G1, NIGHT OF THUNDER Galileo G1, PRINCE BISHOP Prospect Bay G1, SHAMAL WIND Machiavellian G1, SRIKANDI Hurricane Sky G1, BALL OF MUSCLE Gold Brose G2, BAWINA Sadler's Wells G2, CATKINS Catbird G2, MUBTAAHIJ Pennekamp G2, SAFETY CHECK Royal Academy G2, ALMANAAR Bahhare G3, AMBER ORCHID Hennessy G3, ARABIAN QUEEN Barathea G3, ERUPT Caerleon G3, BEST OF TIMES Rahy LR, CRYSTAL ZVEZDA Mark of Esteem LR, DEUCE AGAIN Unfuwain LR, DUBDAY Daylami LR, LADY OF DUBAI Montjeu LR, ROYAL ISLAND Umatilla LR, DODGING BULLETS Kris S LR, LACHLAN BRIDGE Anabaa LR. 1st Dam: MARE NOSTRUM by Caerleon. 2 wins at 2 and 3 in France, Prix Vanteaux G3, 2nd Prix Saint-Alary G1, 3rd Prix VermeilleHermitage Barriere G1. Dam of 4 winners:

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2003: HURRICANE MIST (f Spinning World) Winner at 2 in France. Broodmare. 2004: Hespera (f Danehill). Dam of LADY PENKO (f Archipenko: 2 wins at 3 in France, Prix Caravelle-Haras des Granges LR, 3rd Pour Moi Coolmore Prix Saint-Alary G1), NANDO (g Hernando: 5 wins over jumps at 3 and 5 in France, Grande Course de Haies de Cagnes Hurdle LR, 2nd Prix Duc d'Anjou Chase G3, 3rd Prix Congress Chase G2) 2006: ROMAN REPUBLIC (g Cape Cross) 3 wins at 2 and 3. 2007: MARIE DE MEDICI (f Medicean) 2 wins at 2 and 3, stanjames.com Pretty Polly S LR, 2nd Prix des Reservoirs-Haras d'Etreham G3. Dam of LOCAL TIME (f Invincible Spirit: 6 wins at 2 and 3 at home, UAE, TriConnex Oh So Sharp S G3, S & M Al Naboodah UAE Oaks G3) 2008: Our Sea (f Kingmambo). Broodmare. 2009: Makiwara (f Smart Strike) 2010: Inner Sea (f Henrythenavigator). Broodmare. 2011: Mediteranea (f Smart Strike) ran on the flat in France and over jumps in France. 2012: ERUPT (c Dubawi) 3 wins at 3 in France, Prix du Lys Longines G3, Coupe des Trois Ans LR. 2013: Eight And Bob (c Big Bad Bob) unraced to date. 2014: (f Medicean) Broodmare Sire: CAERLEON. Sire of the dams of 186 Stakes winners. In 2015 - CAFE BRILLIANT Brian's Time G2, ERUPT Dubawi G3, CORNET OBOLENSKY Notnowcato LR. The Dubawi/Caerleon cross has produced: ANNA SALAI G1, ERUPT G3, Brick Red LR. Seeking The Gold Dubai Millennium Colorado Dancer DUBAWI b 2002 Deploy Zomaradah Jawaher ERUPT b c 2012 Nijinsky Caerleon Foreseer MARE NOSTRUM b 98 Spectacular Bid Salvora Grand Luxe

Prix de Diane Longines, G1, Chantilly, June 14, 2000m 1 Star of Seville (GB) 3 b f Duke of Marmalade (IRE) - Stage Presence (IRE) (Selkirk (USA)) 2 Physiocrate (FR) 3 b f Doctor Dino (FR) - Affaire de Moeurs (FR) (Kaldounevees (FR)) 3 Little Nightingale (FR) 3 ch f Muhtathir (GB) - L'Etoile de Moscou (GB) (Peintre Celebre (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 6; Wins: 4; Places: 1 Earnings: £514,267 Sire: DUKE OF MARMALADE. Sire of 20 Stakes winners. In 2015 STAR OF SEVILLE Selkirk G1, MOOFEED Encosta de Lago G3, SOUND OF FREEDOM Invincible Spirit G3. 1st Dam: STAGE PRESENCE by Selkirk. 2 wins at 3. Dam of 5 winners: 2003: SPECTACULAR SHOW (f Spectrum) Winner at 2. Dam of VALBCHEK (g Acclamation: 4 wins at 3, 4 and 6, Best odds Bookmakers Golden Rose S LR) 2004: ENGLISH BALLET (f Danehill Dancer) 2 wins at 2, Swynford Paddocks Sweet Solera S G3, 2nd May Hill S G2, 3rd Meon Valley Stud Fillies' Mile S G1. Broodmare. 2005: Irish Ballet (f High Chaparral) unraced. 2006: Stage Performance (f Danehill Dancer) ran twice. Broodmare. 2007: CALYPSO DREAM (f Danehill Dancer) Winner at 4 in Australia. Broodmare. 2011: SACRED ACT (c Oasis Dream) Winner at 3. 2012: STAR OF SEVILLE (f Duke of Marmalade) 4 wins at 2 and 3 at home, France, Prix de Diane Longines G1, Tattersalls Musidora S G3. 2013: Stage Queen (f Oasis Dream) unraced to date. 2015: (c Oasis Dream) Broodmare Sire: SELKIRK. Sire of the dams of 51 Stakes winners. In 2015 - STAR OF SEVILLE Duke of Marmalade G1, LADY LARA Excellent Art G2, DORMELLO Dansili G3, ABSOLUTELY SO


international database Acclamation LR, MOOHAARIB Oasis Dream LR. Danzig Danehill Razyana DUKE OF MARMALADE b 2004 Kingmambo Love Me True Lassie's Lady STAR OF SEVILLE b f 2012 Sharpen Up Selkirk Annie Edge STAGE PRESENCE ch 98 Tirol Park Charger Haitienne

Prix Bertrand du Breuil Longines, G3, Chantilly, June 14, 1600m 1 Fintry (IRE) 4 b f Shamardal (USA) - Campsie Fells (UAE) (Indian Ridge) 2 Avenir Certain (FR) 4 b f Le Havre (IRE) - Puggy (IRE) (Mark of Esteem (IRE)) 3 Faufiler (IRE) 4 b f Galileo (IRE) Six Perfections (FR) (Celtic Swing (GB)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 8; Wins: 5; Places: 2 Earnings: £191,901 Sire: SHAMARDAL. Sire of 79 Stakes winners. In 2015 - ABLE FRIEND Volksraad G1, DUNBOYNE EXPRESS Polish Precedent G1, AMARON Bertolini G2, DELECTATION More Than Ready G2, FINTRY Indian Ridge G3, FRENCH NAVY Woodman G3, SHAMALIA Redoute's Choice G3, TRYSTER Riverman G3, AKATEA Peintre Celebre LR, FOND WORDS Elusive City LR, JOYFUL HOPE Barathea LR, MAWAAL Darshaan LR, SECRET SHAM Rivotious LR, SPEEDY BOARDING Diktat LR, SPERRY Marju LR, ZAWRAQ Sadler's Wells LR. 1st Dam: CAMPSIE FELLS by Indian Ridge. 2 wins at 2 and 3 in France, Prix Vanteaux G3, 3rd Garden City Breeders' Cup H G1. Dam of 3 winners: 2005: Cross Fell (c Cherokee Run) 9 wins, 2nd Macau Autumn Trophy LR. 2007: Lochinver (c Kingmambo) 3 wins at 2 and 3 in France, 2nd Qatar Prix Daniel Wildenstein G2.

2008: (c Elusive Quality). Died as a yearling. 2009: Tabib (g Hard Spun) ran twice and ran on the flat in UAE. 2011: FINTRY (f Shamardal). 5 wins at 2 to 4 at home, France, Prix de Sandringham G2, TBA Atalanta S G3, Prix Bertrand du Breuil Longines G3, Prix Volterra LR, 3rd Kingdom of Bahrain Sun Chariot S G1. Broodmare Sire: INDIAN RIDGE. Sire of the dams of 84 Stakes winners. In 2015 - DOLNIYA Azamour G1, FINTRY Shamardal G3, KOOL KOMPANY Jeremy G3, KINGSGATE NATIVE Mujadil LR, PRETEND Invincible Spirit LR, PROFITABLE Invincible Spirit LR, SHIVALIK SHOWERS Dancing Forever LR. Storm Cat Giant's Causeway Mariah's Storm SHAMARDAL b 2002 Machiavellian Helsinki Helen Street FINTRY b f 2011 Ahonoora Indian Ridge Hillbrow CAMPSIE FELLS b 2000 Lomond Queen's View Mill Path

St James's Palace Stakes, G1, Ascot, June 16, 8f 1 Gleneagles (IRE) 3 b c Galileo (IRE) - You'resothrilling (USA) (Storm Cat (USA)) 2 Latharnach (USA) 3 b c Iffraaj (GB) - Firth of Lorne (IRE) (Danehill (USA)) 3 Consort (IRE) 3 gr c Lope de Vega (IRE) - Mundus Novus (USA) (Unbridled's Song (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 9; Wins: 7; Places: 2 Earnings: £919,350 Sire: GALILEO. Sire of 196 Stakes winners. In 2015 - GLENEAGLES Storm Cat G1, AMPERE Sri Pekan G2, SECRET GESTURE Danehill G2, TANBY Danewin G2, CURVY Inchinor G3, KISSED BY ANGELS Danehill Dancer G3, MIZZOU Darshaan G3, SERTORIUS Encosta de Lago G3, SILVER GALAXY Pivotal G3, FAUFILER Celtic Swing

LR, KINGFISHER Halling LR, OBSERVATIONAL Cadeaux Genereux LR, TELESCOPE Darshaan LR, THE CORSICAN Danehill LR, WINDSOR PARK Mr Prospector LR. 1st Dam: YOU'RESOTHRILLING by Storm Cat. 2 wins at 2, Irish Thoroughbred Cherry Hinton S G2. Own sister to GIANT'S CAUSEWAY, Tumblebrutus, Tiger Dance and Freud. Dam of 2 winners: 2011: MARVELLOUS (f Galileo). 2 wins at 2 and 3, Etihad Airways Irish 1000 Guineas G1. 2012: GLENEAGLES (c Galileo) Champion 2yr old colt in Ireland in 2014. 7 wins at 2 and 3, Tattersalls Irish 2000 Guineas G1, Goffs Vincent O'Brien National S G1, St James's Palace S G1, Qipco 2000 Guineas G1, Galileo EBF Futurity S G2, Japanese Racing Authority Tyros S G3, 3rd Qatar PX Prix JeanLuc Lagardere Gd.Crit G1. 2013: Coolmore (f Galileo) unraced to date. 2014: (c Galileo) Broodmare Sire: STORM CAT. Sire of the dams of 175 Stakes winners. In 2015 - GLENEAGLES Galileo G1, HONOR CODE A P Indy G1, SHARED BELIEF Candy Ride G1, DIVERSY HARBOR Curlin G2, LACHESIS Deep Impact G2, A SHIN HIKARI Deep Impact G3, CAT COIN Stay Gold G3, REAL STEEL Deep Impact G3, DANON LEGEND Macho Uno LR, DIVIDED ATTENTION A P Indy LR, CORNHUSKER Dynaformer LR. The Galileo/Storm Cat cross has produced: GLENEAGLES G1, MARVELLOUS G1, MISTY FOR ME G1, GLOBAL VIEW G2, TWIRL G3, Aloft G1. Northern Dancer Sadler's Wells Fairy Bridge GALILEO b 98 Miswaki Urban Sea Allegretta GLENEAGLES b c 2012 Storm Bird Storm Cat Terlingua YOU'RESOTHRILLING br 2005 Rahy Mariah's Storm Immense

Queen Anne Stakes, G1, Ascot, June 16, 8f 1 Solow (GB) 5 gr g Singspiel (IRE) - High Maintenance (FR) (Highest Honor (FR)) 2 Esoterique (IRE) 5 b f Danehill Dancer (IRE) - Dievotchka (GB) (Dancing Brave (USA)) 3 Cougar Mountain (IRE) 4 b c Fastnet Rock (AUS) - Descant (USA) (Nureyev (USA)) Age: 2-5; Starts: 15; Wins: 10; Places: 4 Earnings: £2,855,719 Sire: SINGSPIEL. Sire of 101 Stakes winners. In 2015 - SOLOW Highest Honor G1. 1st Dam: High Maintenance by Highest Honor. 3 wins at 2 to 4 in France, 2nd G. P. de Lyon LR, Prix La Moskowa LR, 3rd Qatar Prix Gladiateur G3. Dam of 1 winner: 2010: SOLOW (g Singspiel) 10 wins at 3 to 5 at home, France, UAE, Queen Anne S G1, Prix d'Ispahan G1, DP World Dubai Turf G1, Qatar Prix Daniel Wildenstein G2, Prix Quincey - Lucien Barriere G3. 2011: Too High (c High Chaparral) 2012: Prime Spot (c High Chaparral) unraced to date. 2013: High Quality (f Invincible Spirit) unraced to date. 2015: (f Shamardal) Broodmare Sire: HIGHEST HONOR. Sire of the dams of 62 Stakes winners. In 2015 - SOLOW Singspiel G1, REVE MISTRAL King Kamehameha G2, FLY WITH ME Beat Hollow LR, HONNEUR AU ROI Turtle Bowl LR, PETITE PARISIENNE Montmartre LR. The Singspiel/Highest Honor cross has produced: SOLOW G1, AU REVOIR G2. Sadler's Wells In The Wings High Hawk SINGSPIEL b 92 Halo Glorious Song Ballade SOLOW gr g 2010 Kenmare Highest Honor High River HIGH MAINTENANCE gr 2004 Fabulous Dancer Fabulous Hostess Young Hostess

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international database King's Stand Stakes, G1, Ascot, June 16, 5f 1 Goldream (GB) 6 br g Oasis Dream (GB) - Clizia (IRE) (Machiavellian (USA)) 2 Medicean Man (GB) 9 ch g Medicean (GB) - Kalindi (GB) (Efisio) 3 Muthmir (IRE) 5 b g Invincible Spirit (IRE) - Fairy of The Night (IRE) (Danehill (USA)) Age: 2-6; Starts: 31; Wins: 6; Places: 14 Earnings: £347,071 Sire: OASIS DREAM. Sire of 96 Stakes winners. In 2015 GOLDREAM Machiavellian G1, CLADOCERA Pivotal G2, MUHAARAR Linamix G3, ERTIJAAL Seeking The Gold LR, MOOHAARIB Selkirk LR, MUARRAB Wolfhound LR, NAADIRR High Chaparral LR, PEARLY STEPH Pivotal LR. 1st Dam: Clizia by Machiavellian. unraced. Dam of 1 winner: 2007: Lizio (c Tiger Hill) unraced. 2008: Galicuix (f Galileo) ran twice. Broodmare. 2009: GOLDREAM (g Oasis Dream) 6 wins at 3, 5 and 6, King's Stand S G1, Pearl Bloodstock Palace House S G3. 2010: Spiritual Girl (f Invincible Spirit) 2012: Pazzo (g Paco Boy) unraced to date. 2014: (f Nathaniel) Broodmare Sire: MACHIAVELLIAN. Sire of the dams of 106 Stakes winners. In 2015 GOLDREAM Oasis Dream G1, SAKHEE'S SOLDIER Sakhee's Secret G1, SHAMAL WIND Dubawi G1, INCANTATION Sinister Minister G3, TERRITORIES Invincible Spirit G3, GENERAL SHERMAN Teofilo LR, NORTHERN RIVER Agnes Tachyon LR. The Oasis Dream/Machiavellian cross has produced: GOLDREAM G1, NAAQOOS G1, SANDREAMER G3.

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Coventry Stakes, G2, Ascot, June 16, 6f 1 Buratino (IRE) 2 ch c Exceed And Excel (AUS) - Bergamask (USA) (Kingmambo (USA)) 2 Air Force Blue (USA) 2 b/br c War Front (USA) - Chatham (USA) (Maria's Mon (USA)) 3 Eltezam (IRE) 2 b c Kodiac (GB) Tymora (USA) (Giant's Causeway (USA)) Age: 2; Starts: 6; Wins: 4; Places: 2 Earnings: £109,275 Sire: EXCEED AND EXCEL. Sire of 97 Stakes winners. In 2015 FLAMBERGE Blazing Sword G1, BURATINO Kingmambo G2, HEADWATER Hurricane Sky G2, JABALI King of Kings G2, FURNACES Strategic G3, MAMWAAZEL Last Tycoon G3, OTTOMAN Elusive Quality G3, THERMAL CURRENT Twining G3, CHLOE IN PARIS Rubiton LR, HAPTIC Beautiful Crown LR, LE CHEF Testa Rossa LR, MOHAVE Encosta de Lago LR, REPARATIONS Red Ransom LR, REWARDING HERO Soviet Star LR. 1st Dam: Bergamask by Kingmambo. 3 wins at 3 in France, 3rd Prix Petite Etoile LR. Dam of 3 winners: 2010: RUGGERO (g Tiger Hill) Winner at 3 in France. 2011: TAYMA (f Exceed And Excel) Winner at 3. 2012: Century Fighter (g Shamardal) 2013: BURATINO (c Exceed And Excel) 4 wins at 2, Coventry S G2, Investec Woodcote S LR, 2nd Cantor Fitzgerald National S LR. 2014: (c Shamardal) 2015: (f Cape Cross)

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Broodmare Sire: KINGMAMBO. Sire of the dams of 92 Stakes winners. In 2015 - BURATINO Exceed And Excel G2, GOLD MEDAL DANCER Medaglia d'Oro G2, KITTEN'S POINT Kitten's Joy G3, ONE FINE DAY Trippi G3, SKY KINGDOM Empire Maker G3, SPEEDY SUZY Trippi G3, WINNING CAUSE Giant's Causeway G3, MAMBOMISS Mastercraftsman LR, MIDSUMMER SUN Monsun LR, ROUND TWO Teofilo LR, SOLOMON Rebuttal LR, TULLIUS Le Vie Dei Colori LR, KISANJI Teofilo LR. Danzig Danehill Razyana EXCEED AND EXCEL b 2000 Lomond Patrona Gladiolus BURATINO ch c 2013 Mr Prospector Kingmambo Miesque BERGAMASK ch 2005 Sadler's Wells Adonesque Mira Adonde

Queen Mary Stakes, G2, Ascot, June 17, 5f 1 Acapulco (USA) 2 ch f Scat Daddy (USA) - Global Finance (USA) (End Sweep (USA)) 2 Easton Angel (IRE) 2 gr f Dark Angel (IRE) - Staceymac (IRE) (Elnadim (USA)) 3 Besharah (IRE) 2 b f Kodiac (GB) Dixieland Kiss (USA) (Dixie Union (USA)) Age: 2; Starts: 2; Wins: 1; Places: 1 Earnings: £59,531 Sire: SCAT DADDY. Sire of 44 Stakes winners. In 2015 - EL BROMISTA Seeker's Reward G1, IL CAMPIONE Pleasant Tap G1, ACAPULCO End Sweep G2, CIMALTA Northair G2, FLYER Fantastic Light G2, THE DREAM Sir Cat G2, DOSIFICADO Seeker's Reward G3, EL KABEIR Unbridled's Song G3, IL REY IVAN Seeker's Reward G3, SUMERIO Gracioso G3, WAPI Seeker's Reward G3, DADDY LOVES GOLD Seeking The Gold LR, GOZA AD LIBITUM Doneraile Court LR, GRATINADA Gracioso LR, KITCAT Fly So Free LR.

1st Dam: GLOBAL FINANCE by End Sweep. 4 wins at 2 in USA, Nursery S LR, Bam's Penny S LR. Dam of 6 winners: 2004: PRENUPTIAL (f Broken Vow) 2 wins at 2 in USA, Generous Portion S LR. Broodmare. 2007: GLOBAL ROAR (c Lion Heart) Winner at 2 in USA. 2008: Harbor of Hope (c Rockport Harbor) unraced. 2009: SPINNING LADY (f Hard Spun) 3 wins at 2 and 4 in USA. 2010: WICKED FINANCE (c Broken Vow) Winner at 5 in USA. 2011: GLOBAL SLOWDOWN (c Dynaformer) 2 wins at 4 in USA. 2013: ACAPULCO (f Scat Daddy) 1 win at 2, Queen Mary S G2. 2014: (f Bodemeister) Broodmare Sire: END SWEEP. Sire of the dams of 20 Stakes winners. In 2015 - ACAPULCO Scat Daddy G2, DIVERTIRE Econsul G3. Hennessy Johannesburg Myth SCAT DADDY b/br 2004 Mr Prospector Love Style Likeable Style ACAPULCO ch f 2013 Forty Niner End Sweep Broom Dance GLOBAL FINANCE ch 2000 Pentelicus Friendly Wave Friendly Gesture

Prince of Wales's Stakes, G1, Ascot, June 17, 10f 1 Free Eagle (IRE) 4 b c High Chaparral (IRE) - Polished Gem (IRE) (Danehill (USA)) 2 The Grey Gatsby (IRE) 4 gr c Mastercraftsman (IRE) - Marie Vison (IRE) (Entrepreneur (GB)) 3 Western Hymn (GB) 4 b g High Chaparral (IRE) - Blue Rhapsody (GB) (Cape Cross (IRE)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 5; Wins: 3; Places: 2 Earnings: £515,780 Sire: HIGH CHAPARRAL. Sire of 77 Stakes winners. In 2015 CONTRIBUTER Exit To Nowhere G1, FENWAY Zabeel G1, FREE EAGLE Danehill G1, PONDAROSA MISS Danske G1, ALPINE EAGLE Zabeel G2, HI WORLD Danehill


international database Dancer G3, KARAKTAR King's Best G3, LAST BULLET Bite The Bullet G3, SADLER'S LAKE Encosta de Lago G3, WESTERN HYMN Cape Cross G3, BALLET SUITE Woodman LR, KILIMANJARO Dalakhani LR, CARACCI APACHE Lomitas LR, DIFFERENT GRAVEY Danehill Dancer LR, HIGH MASTER Lion Cavern LR. 1st Dam: POLISHED GEM by Danehill. Winner at 2. Own sister to DRESS TO THRILL. Dam of 4 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) 11 wins at 3 to 6, 2015, bet365 Mile G2, Shadwell Joel S G2. 2010: AMBER ROMANCE (f Bahamian Bounty) Winner at 4. 2011: FREE EAGLE (c High Chaparral). 3 wins at 2 to 4, Prince of Wales's S G1, KPMG Enterprise S G3, 2nd ICON Breeders' Cup Juv.Turf Trial S G3, 3rd Qipco Champion S G1. 2012: Valac (g Dark Angel) 2014: (c Dubawi) Broodmare Sire: DANEHILL. Sire of the dams of 293 Stakes winners. In 2015 - COSMIC ENDEAVOUR Northern Meteor G1, FREE EAGLE High Chaparral G1, HALLOWED CROWN Street Sense G1, PRIDE OF DUBAI Street Cry G1, VANCOUVER Medaglia d'Oro G1, CUSTOM CUT Notnowcato G2, MUTHMIR Invincible Spirit G2, SECRET GESTURE Galileo G2, EL VALLE Dobby Road G3, FORGOTTEN RULES Nayef G3, KOKORONO AI Stay Gold G3, MAJESTIC QUEEN Kheleyf G3, PASSING SHOT Swiss Ace G3, SCRATCHY BOTTOM Sebring G3, SOLICIT Street Cry G3, FALINO Fusaichi Pegasus LR, FEDERAL Medaglia d'Oro LR, KNIGHT'S COMMAND Pins LR, LANDLOCKED Zabeel LR, LET'S MAKE ADEAL Red Ransom LR, NAYELI More Than Ready LR, RACING EIGHT Mossman LR, THE CORSICAN Galileo LR, TOMBELAINE First Defence LR, TOWER OF LONHRO Lonhro LR, WOODWIN W More

Than Ready LR, BELTOR Authorized LR, NANDO Hernando LR, RED KINGDOM Deep Impact LR. The High Chaparral/Danehill cross has produced: FOREVER LOVED G1, FREE EAGLE G1, ABOVE AVERAGE G2, NOLL WALLOP G3, Charmont G1, Capo Malfatano LR. Northern Dancer Sadler's Wells Fairy Bridge HIGH CHAPARRAL b 99 Darshaan Kasora Kozana FREE EAGLE b c 2011 Danzig Danehill Razyana POLISHED GEM b 2003 Affirmed Trusted Partner Talking Picture

Jersey Stakes, G3, Ascot, June 17, 7f 1 Dutch Connection (GB) 3 ch c Dutch Art (GB) - Endless Love (IRE) (Dubai Destination (USA)) 2 Fadhayyil (IRE) 3 b f Tamayuz (GB) - Ziria (IRE) (Danehill Dancer (IRE)) 3 Bossy Guest (IRE) 3 b c Medicean (GB) - Ros The Boss (IRE) (Danehill (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 7; Wins: 3; Places: 3 Earnings: £125,648 Sire: DUTCH ART. Sire of 18 Stakes winners. In 2015 - DUTCH CONNECTION Dubai Destination G3, EVIL SPELL Fasliyev LR, LADY DUTCH Montjeu LR, LOHIT Love The Groom LR, MOSTANEER King's Best LR. 1st Dam: Endless Love by Dubai Destination. unraced. Dam of 2 winners: 2010: Summer In February (f Sixties Icon) ran 3 times. 2011: Dutch Romance (f Dutch Art) Winner at 2, 3rd freebets.co.uk Radley S LR. 2012: DUTCH CONNECTION (c Dutch Art) 3 wins at 2 and 3, Tattersalls Acomb S G3, Jersey S G3, 3rd Goffs Vincent O'Brien National S G1.

2013: Finishingthehat (f Sixties Icon) unraced to date. 2014: (f Dutch Art) Broodmare Sire: DUBAI DESTINATION. Sire of the dams of 8 Stakes winners. In 2015 GOLDEN HORN Cape Cross G1, DUTCH CONNECTION Dutch Art G3, SLIGHTLY SWEET Charge Forward G3, LEXINGTON TIMES Paco Boy LR. The Dutch Art/Dubai Destination cross has produced: DUTCH CONNECTION G1, Dutch Romance LR. Machiavellian Medicean Mystic Goddess DUTCH ART ch 2004 Spectrum Halland Park Lass Palacegate Episode DUTCH CONNECTION ch c 2012 Kingmambo Dubai Destination Mysterial ENDLESS LOVE b 2005 Definite Article La Vita E Bella Coolrain Lady

Duke of Cambridge Stakes, G2, Ascot, June 17, 8f 1 Amazing Maria (IRE) 4 gr f Mastercraftsman (IRE) - Messias da Silva (USA) (Tale of The Cat (USA)) 2 Rizeena (IRE) 4 b f Iffraaj (GB) Serena's Storm (IRE) (Statue of Liberty (USA)) 3 Cladocera (GER) 4 b f Oasis Dream (GB) - Caesarine (FR) (Pivotal (GB)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 10; Wins: 3; Places: 3 Earnings: £125,420 Sire: MASTERCRAFTSMAN. Sire of 17 Stakes winners. In 2015 AMAZING MARIA Tale of The Cat G2, IVEAGH GARDENS War Chant G3, MASTER APPRENTICE Hawk Wing G3, THEE AULD FLOOZIE Spinning World G3, UPHAM Gold Brose G3, MAMBOMISS Kingmambo LR, MUTATIS MUTANDIS Darshaan LR, VAGUE NOUVELLE Mr Greeley LR, INTENSE TANGO Fort Wood LR.

1st Dam: MESSIAS DA SILVA by Tale of The Cat. Winner at 2. Dam of 1 winner: 2010: Vulcan (g Tiger Hill) ran once. 2011: AMAZING MARIA (f Mastercraftsman) 3 wins at 2 and 4, Duke of Cambridge S G2, Whiteley Clinic Prestige S G3, 3rd Lanwades Stud Ridgewood Pearl S G2. 2012: Madame Butterfly (f Rip Van Winkle) 2013: Constantino (c Danehill Dancer) unraced to date. 2014: (f Mastercraftsman) Broodmare Sire: TALE OF THE CAT. Sire of the dams of 35 Stakes winners. In 2015 - DORTMUND Big Brown G1, ADRIFT Zabeel G2, AMAZING MARIA Mastercraftsman G2, PETALA Captain Al G3, STREET STORY Street Cry G3, SUPER ONE I Am Invincible LR. The Mastercraftsman/Tale of The Cat cross has produced: AMAZING MARIA G2, PABLOSKY LR. Danehill Danehill Dancer Mira Adonde MASTERCRAFTSMAN gr/ro 2006 Black Tie Affair Starlight Dreams Reves Celestes AMAZING MARIA gr f 2011 Storm Cat Tale of The Cat Yarn MESSIAS DA SILVA b/br 2005 A P Indy Indy Power Clever Power

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1issues Convergence (IRE) 3 b c Cape on the horizon Cross (IRE) - Zahoo (IRE) (Nayef August: European (USA)) 2 focus Tested (GB) 4 b f Selkirk (USA) Prove (GB) (Danehill (USA)) September: Ireland and 3 Sovereign Debtthe (IRE) US6 gr g Dark Angel (IRE) - Kelsey Rose (GB) October: British (Most Welcome)

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photo of the month: an Australian princess meets a handsome prince This picture has done the rounds a little on social media, but we thought that it is such a lovely shot – so naturally wellposed featuring two very good-looking individuals – that no other picture, not even all the myriad of Royal Ascot fashion, beauty or racing shots, could beat it for this month’s photo of the month title. Anyway when is International Thoroughbred going to have a chance to print a picture of Kylie again? Kylie Minogue took time out from a fairly hectic tour schedule – performing after racing at Newmarket on Friday night, after racing at Haydock on Saturday and then back to Hyde Park on Sunday – to meet arguably the greatest racehorse that ever lived, the brilliant Frankel, who has just finished covering his third book of mares at Banstead Manor. Juddmonte’s equine hero seems a little coy and possibly star struck himself meeting the “Princess of Pop” .

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LEADING SIRES IN EUROPE 2013 - 2015

(In order of Group winners from 2011 and 2012 crops) Rk Sire Gp Wnrs 1 GALILEO 17 2 Dubawi 13 3 Invincible Spirit 10 4 MASTERCRAFTSMAN 8 5 Oasis Dream 7 Sea The Stars 7 Shamardal 7 8 FOOTSTEPSINTHESAND 5 MONTJEU 5 Dansili 5 Lope de Vega 5 12 ROCK OF GIBRALTAR 4 HIGH CHAPARRAL 4 DUKE OF MARMALADE 4

The best son of Danehill Dancer

LEADING EUROPEAN 3RD CROP SIRES Rk 1 2 3 -

(In order of Lifetime Group winners) Sire Gp Wnrs MASTERCRAFTSMAN 8 Sea The Stars 7 Champs Elysees 3 Le Havre 3

STATISTICS BY HYPERION PROMOTIONS LTD., TO 21ST JUNE

At Royal Ascot last week… AMAZING MARIA won the Duke of Cambridge S.-Gr.2 (below) while THE GREY GATSBY was a narrow runner-up in the Prince of Wales’s S.-Gr.1

2008… European Champion 2yo 2009… One of Europe’s best milers 2013… European Champion 1st crop sire 2014… European Champion 2nd crop sire 2015… Europe’s leading 3rd crop sire

Contact: Coolmore Stud, Fethard, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary, Ireland. Tel: 353-52-6131298. Fax: 353-52-6131382. Christy Grassick, David O’Loughlin, Eddie Fitzpatrick, Tim Corballis, Maurice Moloney, Gerry Aherne, Mathieu Legars or Jason Walsh. Tom Gaffney, David Magnier, Joe Hernon or Cathal Murphy: 353-25-31966/31689. Kevin Buckley (UK Rep.) 44-7827-795156. E-mail: sales@coolmore.ie Web site: www.coolmore.com All stallions nominated to EBF.

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ITB_May June2015  

Global horseracing and bloodstock magazine: Equine Art edition featuring Hubert de Watrigant, the Far East market and BHEST Also Royal Ascot...

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Global horseracing and bloodstock magazine: Equine Art edition featuring Hubert de Watrigant, the Far East market and BHEST Also Royal Ascot...