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NOVEMBER 2013

NOVEMBER 2013

£4.95 • ISSUE 46

Races from number 795

Storm Cat: has he left a legacy?

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Alan Porter identifies young broodmare sires worth keeping an eye on Exciting times for Gestüt Röttgen

The man of the moment

Sheikh Joaan enjoys two Group 1 winners in ten days and spends a world-record price at Tattersalls


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The Next Generation

Bated Breath 2007 b h Dansili – Tantina (Distant View)

A track record breaking sprinter with the looks, temperament and pedigree to match his reputation Covered a full book of 146 mares in 2013 with excellent fertility, including ZENDA (dam of KINGMAN and REMOTE), OUR POPPET (dam of OVERDOSE) and STORMY WEATHER (dam of CHIGUN) First foals in 2014


Champs Elysees 2003 b h Danehill - Hasili (Kahyasi)

Sire of Listed winner and Group-placed AVENUE GABRIEL and 9 more winners from 31 runners Hyperion Statistics, 23rd October 2013 “Avenue Gabriel is a very exciting prospect for next year - she is improving all the time and is being aimed at the Irish 1000 Guineas. Champs Elysees is a hugely promising sire.” Paul Deegan

7 of his 10 winners are rated 80 or more by Timeform, including TRIP TO PARIS (95p, “May do better still”) FIELD OF FAME (84p, “Entitled to progress”)

His 2 yearlings catalogued sold for 170,000gns & 105,000gns at Tattersalls October Sales, Book 1

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CACIQUE

CHAMPS ELYSEES

DANSILI

FRANKEL

OASIS DREAM

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Continuing a long tradition of standing

INTENSE FOCUS Giant’s Causeway ex Daneleta (Danehill)

FASTEST ‘DEWHURST’ WINNER FOR 43 YEARS (faster than Frankel, New Approach, Teofilo, etc).

EUROPE’S LEADING 1ST CROP SIRE IN 2013* His 17 winners of £455,194 (to 23/10) include the Gr.1 Middle Park Stakes and Gr.2 Gimcrack Stakes winner ASTAIRE and two other Group placed horses. *prizemoney won

ASTAIRE (by Intense Focus) follows up his victory in the Gr.2 Gimcrack Stakes at York by winning the Gr.1 Middle Park Stakes at Newmarket.

LAWMAN Invincible Spirit ex Laramie (Gulch)

GR.1 WINNING MILER AND CLASSIC WINNER ALREADY SIRE OF THREE GROUP 1 WINNERS Sire of 22 Stakes horses and 3 Gr.1 winners, incl. the Irish 1000 Guineas winner JUST THE JUDGE in 2013. His 2013 yearlings have made 340,000gns, 280,000gns, 240,000gns, £215,000, 170,000gns, etc.

Having finished 1⁄2 length 2nd to Sky Lantern in the English version, JUST THE JUDGE (by Lawman) goes one better in the Gr.1 Irish 1000 Guineas at the Curragh.

BEAT HOLLOW Sadler’s Wells ex Wemyss Bight (Dancing Brave)

THE BEST DUAL PURPOSE SIRE IN EUROPE 2013 flat successes include 2013 Gr.1 winner BEATEN UP; Gr.2 winners VAGABOND SHOES and SEA MOON, and three other Stakes winners. Also sire of 23 individual 3yo winners in 2013 (to 23/10). 2013 hurdles/chase winners include BATTLE GROUP (Gr.3 and LR) and TWEEDLEDRUM (LR).

BEATEN UP (by Beat Hollow) shows class and courage to win the Gr.1 Doomben Cup, beating six other individual Gr.1 winners in the process.


TOP CLASS STALLIONS

DREAM AHEAD

EXCEP T FIRST IONAL FOALS CROP IN 201 3

Diktat ex Land Of Dreams (Cadeaux Genereux) BY A CHAMPION SPRINTER OUT OF A GROUP 2 WINNING 2-Y-O

Five-time Gr.1 winning Champion at 2 and 3 years, winning the Prix Morny; Middle Park Stakes; July Cup; Haydock Sprint Cup and Prix de la Foret. The only horse of his generation ever to be rated the equal of FRANKEL.

DREAM AHEAD breaks the 7f course record when beating the great mare Goldikova in the Gr.1 Prix de la Foret at Longchamp.

FIRST C ARE 2YROP IN 201OS 4

LOPE DE VEGA Shamardal ex Lady Vettori (Vettori)

DUAL CLASSIC WINNING SON OF A CHAMPION 2-Y-O AND CLASSIC WINNER Winner of the Gr.1 Poule d’Essai des Poulains (8f) and Gr.1 Prix du Jockey Club (10f).

THE LEADING 1ST CROP SIRE BY AVERAGE AT TATTERSALLS OCTOBER SALES, BOOK 1 with yearlings fetching up to 400,000gns, 280,000gns, etc, and averaging 176,667gns.

LOPE DE VEGA wins the first of his two Classics, the Gr.1 Poule d’Essai des Poulains over 8f at Longchamp, beating four other Gr.1 winners.

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First word

Fifty Shades Of Grey does not even begin to compete with the climaxes that the sport of horseracing enjoys, writes Paul Haigh

13 News

There are five new Group 1 winners to stud in Britain and Ireland for 2014, Novellist is off to Japan, and William Huntingdon has been busy through October

18 Farhh returned...

The Godolphin runner became the new Champion Stakes holder and the third to win the race since its move to Ascot

28 The very best

Treve’s brilliant Arc win saw her climb to the top of Timeform’s ratings, writes Jocelyn de Moubray

35 Records broken

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39 Storm: sire of sires?

66 Breeding stats

Nancy Sexton sees the Ramseys continue to enjoy a fine run of form in the US

Storm Cat died in April; Alan Porter examines just what sort of legacy the stallion has left behind

47 International bloodstock notes Bits and bobs from around the world

50 Nursery school

Lissa Oliver enjoys a morning on The Curragh at Richard Brabazon’s pre-training yard

60 Exciting times

Gestüt Röttgen has secured the services of Reliable Man as a new stallion for the farm. Julian Smyth meets stud manager Frank Dorff

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Alan Porter picks out Dansili as a trump card for broodmare owners

73 Dam sires of stakes winners 2013

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81 Mare of the month

Velda, the dam of the Fillies' Mile winner Vorda

84 The data

Pedigrees supplied by Weatherbys

114 Photo of the month

Five million guineas Tattersalls sale

the cover: Sheikh Joaan by Trevor Jones


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We have a few more “finales” ahead of us, writes Paul Haigh

here was a time when – with due respect to the Champion Stakes before Darley sponsorship never mind Qatari – there was really only one northern-hemisphere racing season finale. That was the Arc, after which, unless you’re the sort who regards Derby Day as a happy reminder that the jumps’ season is one day closer, the long descent into winter begins. Then, in 1983, the Japanese offered the Japan Cup, followed just a year later by the inaugural Breeders’ Cup, and in 1991 (the year is actually debatable as the meeting’s top-class status took a while to develop) the inaugural Hong Kong International meeting arrived. Now the grand finales come faster than climaxes in Fifty Shades of Grey, and they last a lot longer too with the Arc expanded to a two-day event in blatant competition with the Breeders’ Cup, the QIPCO Champions Day at the (still relatively) new Ascot; the Japan Cup adding the Japan Cup Dirt and a few extra Group 1s clustered round it, including the Queen Elizabeth Cup already targeted and captured by Europeans, and the Hong Kong International meeting now sponsored by Longines calling itself, without hint of modesty or embarrassment, “The Turf World Championships”. If you wanted to stretch a point you might almost, since the discovery of the Melbourne Cup

Success leads to success

What a difference winning a race makes… in fact victory in the Arc led Sheikh Joaan quite succinctly to five million guineas worth of difference. The Tattersalls October Yearling Sales had been billed all summer as likely to produce some eye-opening figures, particularly after the strong results seen in earlier yearling sales, but no one predicted a world-record price – particularly with the economy still just emerging from its recession-hit slumber. It was a spectacular piece of theatre; the sale ring becoming incredibly crowded and noisy two lots ahead of the Galileo ex Alluring Park filly’s entrance. Decible levels descended to an expectant silence as she walked in, the audience anticipating captivating action and all keen to see the one who would be the first to raise a hand. As the figures climbed the graph, the hush loudened to “ohhs” and “ahhs”, everyone turning to watch the two cool characters leaning on the wall in the “cage” and standing on the “Coolmore” platform. Seeing was not really believing and, at one point as the bidding board started stretching into seven-figures, the two-man battle seemingly had no end. Minds certainly started to boggle. Where else apart from in an art auction could you ever see such a sum moving literally before your eyes? But, while we were all staggered to see such a transaction, those more knowledgable about the sport horse world reminded us that in 2010 the record-breaking dressage horse Moorelands Totilas was privately sold by owner Ress Visser for a sum reputed to be between €9.5 million and €15 million to showjumper-turned-sport horse breeder Paul Schockemohle. Of course, Totilas is a proven horse in his field and has stallion credentials, while the Alluring Park has yet to produce performances or foals, but it seems the racing world is playing catch up. The big Tattersalls sale is a wonderful recommendation of the sport of horseracing: that those new to the sport can, if looked after well, develop such an enthusiasm for the game and have such fun that they will go back in to spend money again and again and again... and it does not have to be at such magnificient sums. All has gone fantastically well for Sheikh Fahad and Sheikh Joaan, and their success has encouraged spending not only on yearlings, racehorse and broodmares, but also on training yards and stud farms. It is a great encouragement for those marketing this sport, as well those training and breeding racehorses, that its enduring qualities continues to allow its age-old maxim be borne out: that success, acheived by a job done well and worked hard at, can lead to further success. And with some exciting broodmare sales about to take place in the US, Ireland and Britain, could we be looking at even bigger records in the month to come? A full yearling sale season review will be published in the December edition

Now the grand finales come faster than climaxes in Fifty Shades of Grey, and they last a lot longer too by invaders, and with it the entire Spring Carnival, call that another "northern-hemisphere" finale. But maybe in deference to the poor Australians, who live in fear of the possibility that their pride and joy, the “race that stops the nation”, is in the process of being re-colonised, it’s better to do the decent thing and not stretch it that far. At the time of writing we’ve had two seasonal climaxes, the Arc meeting and Champion Stakes day, behind us with another, the Breeders’ Cup, hard on their heels. Does the latter really deserve its “World Thoroughbred Racing Championships” subtitle? We’ve had that debate in this space a few times before and come to the conclusion that without competitors from anywhere but America and Europe (represented all too often by the Irish from Ballydoyle) that’s stretching a point too. What’s more in recent years the US extravaganza has had to

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Longchamp in 2013 saw two performances of quite improbable brilliance, both by fillies and both the sort that sends fans running back to YouTube do without the official very best horses in the world. This time? Well, we’ll see. No point in running a meeting down before it’s even taken

Timeform's Global Rankings October 8

Horse Timeform Black Caviar 136 Wise Dan 135 Treve 134 Toronado 133 Dawn Approach 132 Farhh 132 Novellist 132 Olympic Glory 132 Game On Dude 131 Soft Falling Rain 131 Military Attac 130 Orfevre 130 Moonlight Cloud 129+ All Too Hard 129 Ambitious Dragon 129 Fort Larned 129 Intello 129 Cirrus Des Aigles 128+ Al Kazeem 128 Animal Kingdom 128 Cross Traffic 128 Lethal Force 128 Monterosso 128 Mucho Macho Man 128 Ocean Park 128 Pierro 128 Point Of Entry 128 Princess Of Sylmar 128 Reliable Man 128 Royal Delta 128 St Nicholas Abbey 128 The Fugue 128

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place, but the Breeders’ Cup will have done very well indeed if it even comes close in quality to its French rival with its mighty centrepiece of the most coveted prize in the sport. Longchamp in 2013 saw two performances of quite improbable brilliance, both by fillies and both the sort that sends fans running back to YouTube to watch them again and again, in disbelief each time. First there was Treve in the Arc itself who raced wide, if not pulling then certainly not as relaxed as many, hit the front far too early for the taste of most of her supporters, and then, instead of compounding as the rules said she should have done, simply drew away. Is the weight-for-age scale right for three-year-old fillies in the autumn? Sometimes you do have to wonder. Then there was Moonlight Cloud in the Prix de la Forêt. Her finishing burst was admittedly made to look all the more astonishing by the fact that the front runners, particularly Gordon Lord Byron who’d shown at Haydock that 6f is really his trip, were folding like paper tigers. But quite close to Longchamp, when you walk across the back straight and start the long shuffle past Roland Garros to the metro at Porte D’Auteuil, you notice the otherwise inexplicably named Avenue Gordon Bennett (sic). It’s been there for years, but perhaps it was called that in anticipation of the speed with which Moonlight Cloud swallowed up her rivals and spat out the pips.

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Moonlight Cloud’s (right) wonderful display at Longchamp proves just how brilliant Black Caviar was in that debated Diamond Jubilee of 2012

Two thoughts occurred after watching her – visually anyway – astounding acceleration. The first was: how good must Black Caviar have been that she was able to hold off Moonlight Cloud at Ascot last year even when below her best and with her rider dropping his hands well before the line? The second came to someone on Twitter who tweeted: “Poor Treve to have had such a short reign as the best filly in the world”. Ascot could not match those two performances, however hard it tried. Olympic Glory, only just behind Moonlight Cloud when she nearly found a mile beyond her at Deauville, ran out an easy winner of the QE II. Cirrus Des Aigles, back to near his best in the Prix Dollar to everyone’s joy after it had seemed that his career effort a year before against the incomparable Frankel had bottomed him, could not quite gain compensation despite running well again in the Champion Stakes. Some of the encomia about the well-ridden winner Farhh seemed a little over the top in view of what Frankel did to him at York last year, but it was classy effort to thwart the gelded globetrotter. It was good to see the Derby form upheld to some extent by

the close-up third Ruler Of The World, who is not and never will be, but who nevertheless ran what may have been his best race since Epsom in just failing to get to grips with the first two. The Sprint, the Stayers’ and the Filly and Mare produced the not-wholly unexpected crop of surprises. Maybe the real star of Champions Day 2013 was the phenomenal Johnny Murtagh, owner and trainer of the 20-1 shot Royal Diamond in the opening QIPCO Long Distance, who got up in the last stride to nail the front-running Harris Tweed. There’s probably no better big-race jockey on earth at the moment than the now middle-aged Murtagh. There’s certainly no better jockey/ trainer. And so the climaxes keep on coming. Flemington after Santa Anita, Fuchu after that, then Sha Tin. The Japanese might say the real pinnacle will not come until December 22 when at Nakayama in the world’s biggest betting race, the Arima Kinen, the splendid Orfevre, runnerup in the last two Arcs but a great champion on home soil, finally bows out and takes his idiosyncratic self off to stud. Enough, we cry. Enough grand finales. We’re just about sated already.


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Dawn Approach and Farhh top list of retirees Five Group 1 winners new to stud in Britain and Ireland for the 2014 covering season

Last year’s champion juvenile Dawn Approach has been retired to Kildangan Stud

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here has been a raft of stallion announcements in the last month with a number of the big-name colts retired, including the Group 1 winners Camelot, Intello, Dawn Approach, Farhh and Havana Gold. The retirement of Farhh and Dawn Approach was announced immediately after the Champions Stakes, the race won by Farhh, a son of Pivotal, in impressive fashion. Despite a career beset by injury problems, the son of Pivotal was backing up Group 1 success after his spring victory in the Lockinge Stakes. He also achieved numerous Group 1 placings at three in the St James’s Palace Stakes, the Eclipse Stakes and in both the Sussex Stakes and the International Stakes when behind Frankel. Farhh has retired on a Timeform mark of 132 and is the highest-rated older horse in Europe. He is heading to Dalham Hall Stud, Newmarket, whereas Dawn Approach, also Timeform rated 132, but third in the list of three-year-olds behind Treve and Toronado, is to retire to Kildangan Stud in the land of his birth, Ireland. Unbeaten as a two-year-old and crowned the champion juvenile, Dawn Approach is the winner of four races at the highest level – the National Stakes and the Dewhurst Stakes (G1) were collected as a juvenile, while he maintained his form at three to become a Classic winner of the 2,000 Guineas. Next time out he collected the St James’s

Palace Stakes at Royal Ascot before running Toronado to a half-length in the Sussex Stakes. He failed to trouble the judge again with a fifth in the Prix Jacques le Marois and a fourth in the QEII. Fellow Classic winner Camelot, who was just denied by Encke in the St Leger in his bid to make Triple Crown history, has retired to Coolmore after picking up a minor injury in training ahead of a tilt at the Breeders’ Cup. He was also unbeaten as a juvenile, winning the Racing Post Trophy on his second racecourse start, before he collected three Classics at three – the 2,000 Guineas, the Derby – when he ran to a Timeform rating of 128+ – and the Irish Derby. At four he won the Mooresbridge Stakes before being beaten a length and a

half by Al Kazeem in the Tattersalls Gold Cup (G1) and again when fourth in the Prince of Wales’s Stakes. Prix du Jockey-Club winner Intello is to stand next spring at Cheveley Park, the son of Galileo standing as part of a joint-agreement between owner-breeders the Wertheimer brothers and the Haras du Quesnay in Normandy. After two years at Cheveley Park – where his fee has been set at £25,000 for 2014 – he will spend 2016 and 2017 at Quesnay. From the stallion’s family of Elnadim, the son of Galileo was another unbeaten at two and won his first start – the Listed Fielden Stakes at three. After a third in the Poule d’Essai des Poulains, he was always prominent to take the Prix du Jockey-Club. He subsequently won two Group 3 races and finished third twice in Group 1s – behind Moonlight Cloud in the Prix Jacques le Marois and to Treve in the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe. Havana Gold, who added the Prix Jean Prat to his cv this year, is to stand at Tweenhills Stud after he has run in the Emirates Stakes for new trainer Mikel Delzangles, having transferred to the Frenchmans’s care for his Australian sojourn from Richard Hannon’s Wiltshire-based yard. After a win in the Somerville Tattersalls Stakes in the autumn of his juvenile campaign, and minor placed results in the Poule d’Essai des Poulains and the Irish 2,000 Guineas, he won his Group 1 in France. Camelot winning the Irish Derby

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Novellist to Japan, but a batch of new sires to Germany Novellist, this year’s recordbreaking winner of the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes, has been bought to stand at Teruya Yoshida’s Shadai Farm in Japan. The four-year-old son of Monsun will be sent a number

of mares by his former ownerbreeder Dr Christoph Berglar, who has retained breeding rights in the four-time Group 1 winner. “Since 2011, the centre of my breeding activities has been in Kentucky, where our family is running Stonereath Stud, and we contemplated standing him ourselves in the US,” Berglar told the TDN. “However, as a stayer and a turf horse, and with 75 per cent of all races in the US run over

shorter distances and on dirt, Novellist would have had limited opportunities to succeed. “A few established European farms were interested in Novellist, but it became obvious that European valuations of the horse as a breeding prospect were certainly far removed from the Japanese offer we received.” Novellist won a maiden at two, but at three finished a close second to Pastorius in the Deutsches Derby before landing

the Group 1 Gran Premio del Jockey Club in Italy. This year he recorded Group 1 victories in the Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud, the King George and Queen Elizabeth Stakes , as well as in the Grosser Preis Von Baden. The Prix du Jockey-Club winner Reliable Man will stand his first northern-hemisphere season at Gestüt Röttgen in Germany next year at a fee of €6,000, see page 60. He will

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

Stuck between the devil and the deep blue sea

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the innovative idea of a Book 4 yearling session after the Horses-In Training Sale. This is a sound idea as buyers are much happier to commit knowing they have managed to sell. It will have taken place by the time you read this copy so I hope it has gone well and encourage Tattersalls to have a slightly bigger draft next year. QIPCO Champions Day was slightly let down by the very soft ground, which deterred some of the fancied runners and produced some turnarounds in form with times two seconds slower even than last year. There was always a danger of this so late in the season; perhaps the Qataris should make use of the same negotiating team that won the soccer World Cup in order to get the date of the meeting changed. Olympic Glory, in first-time blinkers, completely reversed form with Maxios and probably cemented Richard Hannon’s position in the trainers’ championship. Perhaps, like Sir Alex Ferguson, he will bow out at the top; though young Richard will hope to make a

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better start than David Moyes when he does take over. Royal Diamond continued Johnny Murtagh’s excellent trainer/jockey record, wearing down the gallant Harris Tweed on the line. Slade Power ably deputised for Sole Power when the ground turned soft beating Jack Diamond, while Seal Of Approval ran out a conclusive

The training performance of the Ascot meeting must go to Saeed Bin Suroor for producing Farhh after a gap of five months

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ll one needs after two weeks of Tattersalls October yearling sales, Qipco Championship Day and four days of Arqana sales is one’s editor chasing for copy.... Luckily Ted Voute was in a similar Scylla and Charybdis situation. We both chose the Scylla, the sea goddess, option as being closer to Sally in name and spirit than Charybdis, the whirlpool demon and reputed to be very gluttonous.* Both Newmarket and Deauville followed the pattern of earlier sales and posted strong figures that carried through into the lesser days. It is a shame that the probable return on a British racecourse will not match in any way the sales figures. In contrast, Madoka, a Lucky Story two-year-old filly trained by Luis Urbano in Pau and bought for £8,000 as a yearling, has run four times, earned over £8,000 with two places and was claimed for over £20,000 at Deauville on Tuesday after finishing third. Tattersalls is experimenting with

winner in the Fillies and Mares giving Authorized a seven-day Group 1 double after his three-year-old son, Complacent had won the Spring Champion Stakes at Randwick. Perhaps John Ferguson will have to wait a little longer to boost his impressive jumping team with Authorized’s stock... The training performance of the Ascot meeting must go to Saeed Bin Suroor for producing Farhh after a gap of five months to overcome freshness and a rejuvenated Cirrus Des Aigles in the Champion Stakes. Darley’s faith in Pivotal has, at last, been repaid. The Arc meeting was remarkable for the dominating wins of Treve and Moonlight Cloud, elevating the Head family to a new level of excellence. Britain has always exerted great influence in making Chantilly the best training centre in the world. Tom Carter was one of the first trainers to emigrate to Chantilly soon after it opened as a racecourse in 1834. His daughter Ann married Henry Jennings, “a restless, testy character” who gave up the old tradition of sweating horses and


the news shuttle back to New Zealand, where he is syndicated, next June. He saw 140 mares in his first season at Westbury Stud. “He will also be syndicated in Germany,” said stud maanger Frank Dorff. “Röttgen holds several shares, but others are available to buy. They cost €26,000 and entitle the owner to two covers per season in his first three years.” The former German champion juvenile Dabirsim will stand his first season at Gestüt Karlshof at a fee of €9,000. The stud is offering cash bonuses of €20,000 to the breeder of Dabirsim’s first

winner, €50,000 for the breeder of his first Group winner and €100,000 for his first Group 1 winner. The fee for Dabirsim’s studmate Samum, a former champion sire in Germany, will be €5,500 – down from a high of €25,000 in 2009 and 2010. Last season’s Deutsches Derby winner and triple Group 1 winner Pastorius has been retired to Andreas Jacobs’s Gestüt Fährhof. After beating Novellist in the Deutsches Derby, he won the Bayerisches Zuchtrennen and was an easy winner of the Prix Ganay this year.

War Front fee up to $150,000

Claiborne Farm’s War Front, sire of the Group 1 winner Declaration Of War, the Group 2 Futurity and Coventry Stakeswinning juvenile War Command, as well as the US Grade 2 winners Departing, Bashart and War Dancer, is to stand 2014 at a fee of $150,000, nearly double his fee this year of $80,000. Progeny by the 11-year-old son of Danzig have been in demand in the sales ring and at the Keeneland September Yearling Sale Coolmore paid $2.5 million for his colt out of the stakes-placed During mare Blading Gold Ring. Elsewhere on Claiborne’s roster, War Front’s Grade 1-winning son Data Link, who is entering his first year at stud, will command a fee of $7,500. First Samurai, the sire of this year’s Grade 1 winner Get Happy Mister, has had his fee increased to $15,000 from $10,000. Other Claiborne stallions have had their fees held static: Algorithms: $7,500; Arch: $40,000; Blame: $30,000; Flatter: $20,000; Horse Greeley: $2,500; Parading: $3,500; Stroll: $5,000 and Trappe Shot: $10,000.

Hansen sold to stand in Korea experimented with racing his horses barefoot. Henry’s brother Tom trained Gladiateur, the legendary French bred who won 16 races, including the English Triple Crown and Ascot Gold Cup by 40l in 1866. This was an age when French horses often competed in Britain, whereas British owners refused to cross the Channel to race on Sundays. Ann Jennings was a calming influence both in the yard and with the owners, but died childless at the age of 74. Henry then married his wife’s much younger niece Mathilda Watkins, who very rapidly produced a daughter, Henrietta. She married another second generation expatriot William Head top jockey and trainer. He is said to have been wasting in a Turkish bath for a ride next day when he was told that Germany had invaded France in 1914. He immediately left the baths and must have felt that every dark cloud had a silver lining. Willie had three sons – Alec, Gerald and Peter. Alec is the doyen of French racing: a successful jockey, trainer, breeder and owner whose energy and enthusiasm remain undaunted. He boldly bought Le Quesnay, his Normandy stud, after

it had been left derelict for 18 years after the beginning of WWII. His daughter Criquette was the first successful female trainer in France and is much admired also for her openess and courtesy to the media, not always prevalent amongst trainers. Freddie has gone from a leading jockey to an outstanding trainer, particularly of fillies. His English roots are revealed by his regular bacon and egg breakfasts at the Cyrano cafe in Deauville, a well known “turfiste” haunt. Still another six weeks of sales season to go and some mouth-watering lots on offer, including Dancing Rain and Immortal Verse, who are being sold in-foal to Frankel and Dansili. Goffs has a catalogue boosted by the “complete and unreserved” dispersal of Paul Makin’s European bloodstock. Hopefully they will fare better than the first three catalogued at Tattersalls this autumn, which resulted in two withdrawals and Authorized’s yearling half-brother by Galileo being given to Makin’s son as a result of a “not sold” in Book 1. *Rest assured, William, my bark is far worse than my bite, however judging by the non-appearance of Ted this month, I am sure I am not nearly strict enough with either of you..! Editor

THE Grade 1 winner Hansen, who stood at Coolmore’s Ashford Stud in Kentucky, has been sold to stand in South Korea. The four-year-old son of Tapit was owned by owner-breeder Dr Kendall Hansen and won the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile at Churchill Downs. At three, Hansen won the Grade 3 Iowa Derby and the Grade 3 Gotham Stakes as well as he finishing second to Dullahan in the Grade 1 Bluegrass Stakes. “Hansen has left for Korea,” Hansen told the US press. “The government there is apparently going full-throttle trying to improve their racing industry, and they want top bloodlines for their programme.” Hansen is one of 11 Grade 1 winners by the Pulpit stallion Tapit and is out of the winning Sir Cat mare Stormy Sunday. Other stallions recently sold to the Korea Racing Association, include Rock Hard Ten, who formerly stood at Lane’s End Farm, and Chapel Royal, who stood at Signature Stallions in Florida.

Clodovil gets fee rise to €12,000

RATHASKER STUD is to increase its fees for Clodovil and Thousand Words, with Clodovil’s fee rising to €12,000 from €7,500, the first time he has stood over €10,000 since 2009, while Thousands Words is having a 44 per cent increase from €2,500 to €4,500. Both stallions have enjoyed good seasons on the racetrack with Clodovil represented by the John Gosden-trained Gregorian winner of the Group 3 Diomed Stakes and Group 2 Hungerford Stakes, while Thousand Words gained a first Group 1 placing after Top Notch Tonto’s fine run when second in the Champion Stakes. The fee for Fast Company, whose first yearlings have been well received this autumn, remains unchanged at €5,000, while the second-season stallion, the Listed winner and Irish Derby runnerup Born To Sea, the half-brother to Sea The Stars, is also remaning on an unchanged fee of €10,000.

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George Vancover retires Cityscape bought to to Haras de la Hetraïe stand at Overbury Stud LAST year’s Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf THE Dubai Duty Free winner Cityscape has winner George Vancouver has been retired been retired to Overbury Stud and will stand at a fee of £5,000. to stand at Pascal Noue’s Haras de la Hetraïe The seven-year-old son of Selkirk has been in France in a deal brokered by Richard Venn. bought by a partnership, including the stud’s A $450,000 Keeneland November Foal owner Simon Sweeting, in a deal brokered by Sale purchase, George Vancouver broke his Blandford Bloodstock. maiden last July before going on to finish “We’re lucky to have a horse of his calibre second to Reckless Abandon in the Prix standing at Overbury Stud,” said Sweeting to Morny for Aidan O’Brien. the Racing Post. “He is the best son of Selkirk Following his subsequent third in the to retire to stud and he will be a great outcross Dewhurst, the son of Henrythenavigator put for breeders to use in the coming years. up a career best when recording an impressive “He was an exceptional performer and is victory in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf. a lovely looking horse – it is exciting to be This season’s Bahrain Trophy winner Feel standing a horse like him. He has a strong Like Dancing has been retired to stand as a pedigree being a half-brother to Bated Breath National Hunt stallion for the French National and from the family of Redoute’s Choice.” Stud at Haras du Lion in a deal brokered by At two he finished second to Jukebox Jury Hugo Lascelles and Anthony Bromley. in the Royal Lodge Stakes. At four and five he The three-year-0ld colt, owned and bred won three Group 3 races, while through his by Lady Bamford, is a son of Galileo out of six-year-old year he won his Group 1. the Listed-placed Darshaan mare Maid Of He didn’t win again, but twice finished Killeen, also the dam of Coronation Stakes second to Excelebration at the highest level a mile. winner Indian Ink. Thoroughbred _Mise en page 1 over PUB Demi International 15/10/13 09:58 Page1

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New sires for Lanwades Lanwades Stud in Newmarket is to stand two new stallions next year – the 2004 Epsom Derby winner North Light and Leroidesanimaux, sire of the champion Animal Kingdom. Both have been standing in the US. North Light, a son of Danehill, and bred by Ballymacool Stud, has been based at Adena Springs, while Leroidesanimaux, voted the Eclipse Awards champion turf male horse in 2005 and a son of Candy Stripes, was standing at Woodford at Stonewall in Florida for Hallmarc Stallions. North Light’s new fee has been set £6,000, while the fee for Leroidesanimaux has yet to be announced.

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PACO BOY “The AMAZING thing about the Paco Boys is how strong and formed they all are. I’m thrilled to have a few cracking colts in the yard for next year.” Mark Johnston

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uk and ire racing New kids on the block: Sheikh Joaan (left) has enjoyed a fabulous autumn, added to by Olympic Glory’s QEII win (... loving the shades), right, Sheikh Fahad presents Sheikh Hamdan with the Champions trophy after Farhh’s impressive Ascot victory The Champion one-two-three: Farhh leads home Cirrus Des Aigles and Ruler Of The World in the QIPCO Champion Stakes

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Farhh returned... ... to racing action in glory in the Champions Stakes

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Words by Sue Montgomery and photography by Trevor Jones hough the third British Champions Day was the first without either Frankel to get bums on seats or his trainer Sir Henry Cecil to provide charm and charisma, that pair were present nonetheless. Two rivals the great horse had used as punchbags fought out the finish of the £1.3 million Champion Stakes and throughout the afternoon there was a constant long queue outside an exhibition dedicated to the life of the great man. But, on a grey, damp October day, the crowd of just over 24,000 was 25 per cent down on the previous year. Those involved with horses on a regular basis know that hubris is always along for the ride; perhaps those in the marketing sector are less aware of the falls that follow an excess of self-satisfaction. The tag attached to the Ascot extravaganza can be accepted by the industry professionals and racecourse regulars who know the score ,but to the newcomers who are being targeted by the promoters it could offer a promise that can rarely be kept. Take the £1 million Queen Elizabeth II Stakes, billed as the mile division’s seasonal climax. Olympic Glory’s romp to victory was undeniably impressive, but the three-year-old brings to mind what John Lennon said about Ringo Starr: not the best drummer in the business, but also probably not even the best drummer in the Beatles. No one turns up at Europe’s other highclass end-of-season occasion, Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe day, believing that it comprises of a set of finals after a series of heats. There may well be a defining performance, but it is usually just a cracking day’s racing involving some of the best but – with weather, injuries, and alternative targets also part of the industry equation – not always the best of the best. Spinning it as anything else could be seen as rather uncomfortable, particularly for an occasion so late in the year and at such risk of

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uk and ire racing being reduced to a farce by foul weather. The ground at Ascot was undeniably testing but the rain held off long enough, just, to allow an impressive 20 individual Group 1 winners to safely compete for £3.4 million in the five British Champions Day feature races, including the heroes and heroines of this year’s 2,000 Guineas, Derby, Oaks and Ascot Gold Cup. Not one of the highest-rated horses in any of the five divisions of the largely meaningless British Champions Series was there, though. The one undisputed British champion to emerge from the eponymous fixture was Richard Hannon, who secured his fourth trainers’ title, and third in four years, after Olympic Glory won and his nearest challenger Aidan O’Brien went winnerless through the day. Hannon, 68, who will in due course hand over his licence – though not the name on it – to his son Richard, had the previous day broken his own seasonal record for number of winners when Musical Comedy made it 219 at Haydock. Hannon, who has been training since 1970 and who has been out of the top ten only once since his first championship year in 1993, has long been noted for quantity, which is now allied with high quality and a commensurate

You employ good men and this is the sort of thing you pay them for notable improvement in strike rate. “It’s only in the past five years he’s been getting these really good horses,” pointed out his son-in-law and stable jockey Richard Hughes, himself also champion-elect. “Just imagine what he could have done if he’d had them all along!” It was a bold decision made during the week by Hannon and his team that proved key to Olympic Glory’s success. The son of Choisir wore blinkers for the first time and under their galvanising influence and with his favoured soft ground, he zipped more than 3l clear of his rivals to take the £600,000 first prize. It was his first strike at the top level since winning the Prix Jean-Luc Lagardère in similar conditions a year previously, though he had been beaten by a whisker

Olympic Glory: relished the soft surface on Champions Day to post a second Group 1 career success

by Moonlight Cloud in the Prix Jacques le Marois in August. The colt has tendencies to idle, hence the application of headgear for his day of days after advice from Hughes. “It was a bit of a shout putting blinkers on a good horse like him,” admitted Hannon Jnr, “but he’s lost concentration at times in the past.” The aid had the desired effect as Olympic Glory powered clear of another mudlark, Top Notch Tonto, and a revitalised Kingsbarns to join his stablemates Toronado and Sky Lantern as a Group 1-winning miler in 2013. “You employ good men and this is the sort of thing you pay them for,” was Hannon Snr’s pragmatic view of his team’s masterstroke. The Queen Elizabeth II Stakes was a second top-level prize in two weeks for Sheikh Joaan Al Thani – whose family’s investment company QIPCO bankrolls British Champions Day – after Treve’s magnificent tour de force in the Arc. And it was a second day of maximum frustration for the Sheikh’s newly retained rider Frankie Dettori, who would have ridden both horses but for injury. The Italian was at Ascot on crutches, helping fly the team flag, though with fairly mixed emotions. “Of course I’m delighted when I see them win,” he said, “but I’m just as delighted they’ll both be in training again next year, when I’ll be riding them.” Olympic Glory, a £65,000 Doncaster yearling bred by Denis McDonnell, now ranks with top sprinter Starspangledbanner as the best by dual Royal Ascot winner Choisir, who stands under the Coolmore banner. He is from the speedy side of the Moller family descended from Violetta; his third dam Amaranda, won a Queen Mary Stakes. Other branches of the tribe have produced Teenoso, Sir Percy and Rule Of Law. Olympic Glory was headhunted privately by Sheikh Joaan from Julie Woods before Longchamp last year and can be judged a bargain at each count. But not half as much as Top Notch Tonto, who cost just €3,000 as a yearling in the Tattersalls Ireland ring and has now won more than £550,000. His Ascot performance fully justified Brian Ellison’s decision to advise supplementing the rapidly-improving Thousand Words threeyear-old to his first Group 1 fray at a cost of £70,000. “I’ve never been so glad to finish second,” said the Yorkshire trainer afterwards. Kingsbarns acquitted himself with much

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uk and ire racing credit on what was virtually his first outing since winning last year’s Racing Post Trophy (after physical problems in the spring, he had been pulled up on his reappearance at Leopardstown in September) and over a distance short of his optimum. The son of Galileo looks a fine 1m2f prospect for the Ballydoyle team for next year. The 2,000 Guineas and St James’s Palace Stakes winner Dawn Approach, the 2-1 favourite, finished fourth and was not the only top-class performer on the day to have his talent compromised by the testing conditions. It was the son of New Approach’s swan-song; he is now off to Kildangan Stud as a four-time Group 1 winner. For well-documented reasons, 2013 has been an annus horribilis for his owner Sheikh Mohammed and his Godolphin operation. But in taking Ascot’s richest contest, the £1.3 million Champion Stakes, Dawn Approach’s fellow colourbearer Farhh brought the blues a real high spot. The five-year-old is as fragile as he is talented, but has been nursed along with the utmost skill by Saeed Bin Suroor, who has quietly and unassumingly held the tiller rock-steady during turbulent times and taken third place on the trainers’ leaderboard to boot.

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fter running away with a handicap in May, Farhh was last year second or third in all his five runs at the top level, on the last three kicked contemptuously aside twice by Frankel before being beaten a head by Moonlight Cloud. He resumed winning ways this year in the Lockinge Stakes, but after that effort on firm ground he had to undergo surgery to remove bone flakes from a joint. As a son of Pivotal should, he dealt well with the soft ground and showed admirable determination under Silvestre De Sousa to see off 6-4 favourite Cirrus Des Aigles, winner of the 2011 edition of the race and second to Frankel last year, by a neck. The Derby hero Ruler Of The World, bouncing back from a troubled passage in the Arc, was half a length third, the trio a full 6l clear of the rest. Darley-bred Farhh, from a stout and classy German family (his dam Gonbarda, by Lando, won 1m4f Group 1s at Dusseldorf and Cologne, and is out of a half-sister to the dam of Ascot Gold Cup winner Fame And Glory) was another racing for the last time; he will start his second career at Dalham Hall in the spring. “Every year he has had his problems,” said

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Every year he has had his problems, but he is a fighter, all heart and wants to race. And he has now had his day and shown what he is

Bin Suroor, “but he is a fighter, all heart and wants to race. And he has now had his day and shown what he is.” Godolphin will win the owners’ title for the ninth time, but 2013 would have been a closer-run affair if the Coolmore partners were named as one, rather than half-a-dozen different entities. In four seasons, Farhh ran only ten times, conversely the Champion Stakes was the 52nd outing for the seven-year-old Even Top gelding Cirrus Des Aigles, who showed himself back at the top table after some dull efforts earlier in the season. And though Ruler Of The World has not won since his Epsom glory, this performance against two top-notch older horses in tough conditions was probably his best. The son

Beaming: George Baker allows himself a big smile as he wins his first Group 1 on Seal Of Approval


Slade Power was injured in the Sprint in 2012, but bounced back to success this year. All 2014’s top sprints will be on the agenda for the son of Dutch Art

of Galileo is, like Kingsbarns, one to look forward to again next year. Farhh was one of three homebred winners on the day, alongside Seal Of Approval and Slade Power. In the newly-promoted Fillies And Mares Stakes, Seal Of Approval coped with the step up to Group 1 level and though the four-year-old was the 16-1 outsider of eight, there seemed no fluke about the result

talent – she has made rapid progress through the ranks this year since winning an AllWeather handicap at Kempton in July – but also to her resilience The daughter of Authorized was racing for only the sixth time and, as a rangy individual with scope for further physical development, is an exciting prospect for next year. Her dam Hannda is one of just four mares based at

“We didn’t get a single bid, but we’ve had the last laugh now. We’d never had a Group 1 runner before, let alone a winner! under the conditions as she strode 4l clear of her contemporary Belle De Crecy, with the Oaks heroine Talent the best of the threeyear-olds in third. Seal Of Approval, trained by James Fanshawe in Newmarket for her breeder Tim Vestey, had last been seen taking a crashing fall after clipping heels in the Park Hill Stakes at Doncaster and her Ascot performance was testament not only to her upwardly-mobile

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Vestey’s stud near Saffron Walden in Essex, but though the Dr Devious mare is now part of a small family concern, her origins are in a global empire. She was bred by the Aga Khan but deemed surplus to requirements after winning a small race in Ireland at three on the second of only two runs, and made €275,000 at Goffs. Hannda is one of six winners out of Handaza, a Be My Guest half-sister to

the 2004 Irish and Yorkshire Oaks third Hazarista. Their dam Hazaradjat was the last foal produced by Hazy Idea, who was a smart staying filly in 1970 and who was taken by the Aga Khan into his broodmare band towards the end of her second career. Though the family’s runners in the green colours proved themselves prolific winners in lesser Group company, Seal Of Approval is first in the family to score at the top level since Hazy Idea’s second foal Hittite Glory won the 1975 Middle Park Stakes. As a yearling, Seal Of Approval was led out of the Tattersalls ring unsold at 10,000gns. “We didn’t get a single bid,” recalled Vestey, “but we’ve had the last laugh now. We’d never had a Group 1 runner before, let alone a winner!” The filly also provided rider George Baker with a top-level breakthrough, but his first thoughts were for Hayley Turner, another to miss a top prize because of injury. She had been in the saddle at Doncaster and came off considerably worse than her mount. Seal Of Approval is from the first crop of her Dalham Hall-based sire, the 2007 Derby winner Authorized after Ambivalent, another first-cropper, became the Pretty Polly Stakes heroine and his first European Group 1 winner. The two outstanding stallion sons

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uk and ire racing of Sadler’s Wells have been four-times champion Galileo and Montjeu. Galileo, with New Approach and Teofilo, is already looking good as a sire of sires and things are now more encouraging in that department for Montjeu, responsible not only for Authorized, but also for 2005 Epsom hero, the revitalised stallion Motivator, sire of Treve. Slade Power has been consistent all year against the best sprinters – winner of two Group 3s and placed in the July Cup and Haydock Sprint Cup – and, as another suited by testing conditions, found his turn in the Group 2 Sprint. The four-year-old, owned and bred by Sabena Power, raised his game gallantly for Wayne Lordan through the final furlong as Jack Dexter challenged and he prevailed by a determined neck, with Viztoria giving Edward Lynam’s County Meath stable a 1-3 as she took trailblazing Hoof It by a head on the line. The winner, from Dutch Art’s first crop,

was another to have been retained at auction as a yearling, for £5,000 at Doncaster. The Powers acquired his dam Girl Power, by Key Of Luck, for €52,000 as a Goffs yearling; she won only a minor contest at Tipperary but is now two for two with her runners, Slade Power being followed by Cool Power, by Verglas. Dutch Art, who stands alongside his own sire Medicean at Cheveley Park, was himself a high-class sprinter, and though Slade Power is his best, horses such as 2,000 Guineas third Van Der Neer and the progressive Garswood and Producer, are not far behind Hopes that Estimate might once again score at Ascot in front of her owner, The Queen, came to nothing when the four-yearold got bogged down in the ground in the Long Distance Cup. The two-mile race went to last year’s Irish St Leger winner Royal Diamond, who hauled in the leader Harris Tweed to score by a nose after a tremendous

ride by the man who knows him best, his trainer Johnny Murtagh. These days, Murtagh combines both jobs. Royal Diamond, whom he rode and trained to give his chief patron Andrew Tinkler with a first top-level win in last year’s Irish St Leger, was just the latest in a remarkable series of prestige victories in the saddle this year after the Haydock Sprint (Gordon Lord Byron), the King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes (Novellist), the Irish Oaks (Chicquita), the Pretty Polly Stakes (Ambivalent), the Hardwicke Stakes (Thomas Chippendale) and the King’s Stand Stakes (Sole Power). Royal Diamond, acquired for 400,000gns at the Tattersalls Horses-In-Training Sale, is from one of the best Moyglare Stud staying families being a half-brother to Ribblesdale Stakes winner Princess Highway out of another winner of the Ascot contest, Irresistible Jewel, herself a half-sister to the dam of Irish St Leger runner-up Profound Beauty.

War signs off the season in Command of the juvenile scoresheet The week before British Champions Day, the revamped domestic programme presented a card, including the Dewhurst and Middle Park Stakes, branded by the marketing men as Future Champions Day. The plan for 2014 is to run the two fixtures, with the one at Newmarket to undergo further tinkering, on consecutive days and, whatever flaws there are in the rearranged Ascot programme, they are as nothing compared to this latest wheeze. It is a long time since a youngster such as, say, Mumtaz Mahal, caught the public imagination; juvenile racing really is a subject for the professionals and purists, even though the Dewhurst Stakes can justify having its new PR-induced label. The 7f contest, founded in 1875, has long been the best indicator of burgeoning young talent and in the past dozen years six of its winners, including New Approach and Dawn Approach, have gone on to Classic glory, and one – Frankel, of course – to immortality. The colt tasked with following their hoofprints is War Command, who put forward his 2,000 Guineas credentials with a rather easy victory on rain-eased ground, only just judged suitable. The son of Caliborne resident War Front, the shooting star of the US stallion scene, had to be pushed out to see off outsider Cable Bay by just over a length, but responded willingly to rider Joseph O’Brien’s urgings up the climb to the finish. And though there was no sign of the stunning acceleration of his runaway victory in the Coventry Stakes at Royal Ascot, it was a professional display from a powerful young athlete still on an upward learning curve. War Command was bred in the US by Joseph Allen, now his joint-owner with the Coolmore partners, from the Red Ransom mare Wandering Star. The colt, who will be much better favoured by fast underfoot conditions, was a first juvenile strike of the season for the

War Command rallies to win the Dewhurst Stakes from Cable Bay

O’Brien stable, which nonetheless has an apparently strong hand for next year’s Classics through winners in lower grades, including Australia, Geoffrey Chaucer and Giovanni Boldini. The last winner of the Middle Park Stakes to go on to Guineas glory was Rodrigo De Triano in 1991. This year’s winner Astaire is perhaps unlikely to reverse the trend, but the speedy son of Intense Focus, already winner of the Gimcrack Stakes, has already done his job on several fronts. Ridden by Neil Callan, he gave his trainer Kevin Ryan a notable Group 1 one-two as he repelled his stablemate Hot Streak by half a length and take his earnings for owner Angie Bailey – who acquired him for £70,000 at the Goffs breeze-up at Kempton in March – to nearly £250,000. And he gave his Ballylinch Stud-based sire, winner of the Dewhurst Stakes five years previously, that all-important Group 1 success in his first crop. Astaire was bred at the County Kilkenny nursery by John O’Connor from the Dansili mare Runway Dancer, a half-sister to

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THE AGA KHAN STUDS Success Breeds Success

Winning Profiles Azamour Sire of Classic winner VALYRA and 15% lifetime Stakes horses to runners (24/10). In 2013, sire of 13.3% 2yo Stakes horses to runners, including CHIEF BARKER. 2013 yearlings fetched €180,000, €155,000, €125,000, etc.

Dalakhani Sire of two Gr.1 winners and 20 Stakes horses in 2013. 2013 yearlings fetched up to 450,000gns and averaged €177,180.

Sea The Stars A Group winning sire with his first crop 2yos in 2013. 2013 yearlings fetched up to 550,000gns and averaged €247,000.

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THE AGA KHAN STUDS Success Breeds Success

...all Group 1 winning Champions with impeccable pedigrees

Redoute’s Choice Multiple Australian Champion Sire of 23 individual Gr.1 winners (12 Classic winners). First European foals in 2014

Sinndar Sire of 4 Gr.1 winners and a proven Gr.1 broodmare sire of Classic winners FLOTILLA, TRADING LEATHER and ENCKE.

Siyouni Gr.1 winning 2yo from the family of leading sire Slickly. His first crop yearlings fetched up to €85,000 in 2013 and averaged five times his fee. First runners in 2014 Georges Rimaud, Haras de Bonneval. Tel: +33 2 31 48 18 60. Email: georges.rimaud@agakhanstuds.com

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The best Treve’s imperious Arc victory took her to the top of the world, writes Jocelyn de Moubray

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The wonderful Treve: the Motivator filly is now Timeform rated 134, the leading three-year-old and below only Black Caviar (136) and Wise Dan (135) on Timeform’s Global Top Ten. The beaten Orfevre (red) is in 11th on 130

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heikh Joaan al Thani has made a spectacular entrance into the racing world. His first thoroughbred winner was not registered until 2012, but just over a year later he won Europe’s premier race the Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe with Treve, a filly who put up a performance to rank with the great winners of Longchamp’s famous race. Then, just a few days later, Sheikh Joaan was once more the centre of attention at the Tattersalls October Book 1 Yearling Sale when he spent over 10 million guineas over two days on 16 yearlings, including the five million guineas Galileo filly, which created a new European record price for a yearling sold at auction. As he laughed and joked with his entourage alongside the walking ring at Tattersalls he looked like a man who was enjoying himself. Winning top races is fun, and Sheikh Joaan has made some great buys of horses in training, but while the highlight of the Arc weekend was the triumph one of his most expensive buys in Treve, whom he owns in partnership with the Haras du Quesnay, the weekend was also a great demonstration of the obvious truth that the winners of the best races are often not those who cost a great deal as young horses nor are the progeny of the most expensive stallions. The Group winners over two days of high-class racing were by Nayef, Motivator, Whipper, Bernstein and Muhtathir, all of whom stood at less than £20,000 at the time

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euro racing their winners were conceived, and by Pivotal, Invincible Spirit and Galileo, all of whom are of course elite sires. The Aga Khan had winners by Rock Of Gibraltar and Giant’s Causeway. Those by the elite sires are special cases as the Prix de l’Abbaye winner Maarek was conceived when his sire was standing at £65,000, but had been sold as an unraced three-year-old for £2,500. Catcall, the horse whom he beat by a short neck in the final strides, has similar credentials as he was not sold as a yearling at €3,000. The champion filly Moonlight Cloud was conceived when her sire Invincible Spirit was standing at €35,000, but it is a sign of how she was considered as a young horse that her breeder George Strawbridge sold her dam Ventura when Moonlight Cloud was a

The Aga’s third winner the three-year-old colt Valiraan is by Nayef, a sire who has been dropped by the commercial market despite enjoying an excellent season

yearling for only 58,000gns. Altano, the winner of the Group 1 Prix du Cadran, has a similar story. He is by Galileo, his dam covered at a time when Coolmore’s champion stood at only €37,500 – it is hard to imagine today but for two whole seasons Galileo was covering at less than €40,000 – and was bred by Gestüt Ittlingen, who gave him to its vet Ingrid Hornig as an unraced three-year-old. Altano did not win until he was four and did not begin to compete in Group races until he was five. The two winners with the pedigree and history one would expect were the Aga Khan’s pair of Dalkala, who got up in the very last stride to beat the Nayef filly Tasaday in the Group 1 Prix de l’Opera, and Ebiyza, the winner of the Group 2 Prix de Royallieu after the disqualification of Chalnetta, who had beaten her by a head.

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euro racing Dalkala is a daughter of Giant’s Causeway and, like Treve, is out of a mare by Anabaa, and is from the family of Dalakhani. Ebiyza is by Rock Of Gibraltar out of a Selkirk mare from the family of Estimate and several other Group 1 winners. The Aga’s third winner the three-year-old colt Valiraan is by Nayef, a sire who has been dropped by the commercial market despite enjoying an excellent season, and is a halfbrother to the unbeaten Prix de Diane winner Valyra out of the Linamix mare Valima. To return to Treve, before she started to run, or even up until she ran away with the Prix de Diane, the Motivator filly looked most unlikely to be competing in the Arc, let alone winning it. She was not entered and so had to supplemented after her brilliant win in the Vermeille. Alec Head bought her grand-dam the

Riverman mare Trevillari from the Nelson Bunker Hunt dispersal as a yearling at Keeneland in January 1988. Trevillari’s dam was a half-sister to Triptych and her dam was the champion Trillion. Trevillari was disappointing as a racehorse as although she finished second in a maiden over 1m2f as a two-year-old she was unplaced on all seven of her starts at three and went to stud without winning a race. Her value increased the same season when her younger sister Treble won the Group 1 Prix Saint Alary in 1991. Trevillari was then sent to the Head’s family’s own stallions Saumarez and Bering, she then spent two years in the US visiting Lure and Nureyev before returning to France and going to Anabaa four years in a row. In total, Trevillari produced 11 foals of whom nine won from ten runners. The only one to win black-type was the sprinter Tsigane who was placed in Listed races in the French provinces before being Grade 1-placed at five in California. The Nureyev filly Times had looked promising at two, but didn’t train on and was an ordinary mare. The best of her progeny could well have been Treve’s dam Trevise, who beat the

Born To Run runs in the colours of Stall Carolus, a Polish-based group who were prominent buyers in Baden Baden and in Fairyhouse this year multiple Group and Grade 1 winner Six Perfections by three-quarters of a length when they made their debuts in the same five and a half furlong debutants’ race at Chantilly in June 2002. Six Perfections went on to win a Breeders’ Cup Mile and other top races, while Trevise never won again, finishing fifth in a Group 3 on her next start and then unplaced on her only two starts at three. Trevise’s first foal was the Hernando colt

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n the week following the Arc weekend there were two very smart performances in two-year-old Group races in France. The mile Group 3 Prix Thomas Bryon at Saint-Cloud was won by Godolphin’s Earnshaw, a son of Medaglio D’Oro and trained by André Fabre. He won very impressively in a style typical of his trainer’s horses – when the field quickened at the top of the straight he appeared to be going nowhere, but after finding his action he passed all those who had reacted more quickly to win with ease by a length and three-quarters. On a line through the second he is not far behind Karakontie. The Group 3 Prix Eclipse over 6f at Chantilly gave the Aga Khan his first juvenile Group winner of the year when Kiram, a son of Elusive City, quickened past the German-trained High Duty to win comfortably. Kiram had been beaten on his debut by Fabre’s other top son of Medaglio D’Oro Decathlete and looks sure to win more Group races for his trainer Jean-Claude Rouget. Germany’s top two-year-old race was run for the first time at Munich and attracted a field of promising, rather than proven, juveniles. Those with the best form were Madurai and Magic Artist, who had been stakes placed, but they were beaten by a big outsider in Born To Run, a son of Shirocco who had been fifth on his only previous start. Born To Run is trained in Berlin by Roland Dzubasz and was bred near Berlin at Gestüt Gorlsdorf, which has enjoyed an excellent year winning Group races in their own colours with Berlin Berlin and Hey Little Gorl. The ante-post favourite for the Preis des Winterfavoriten was Gorlsdorf’s own Sea The Stars colt Sea The Moon, who had to be withdrawn on the morning of the race with a temperature. Born To Run runs in the colours of Stall Carolus, a Polish-based group who were prominent buyers in Baden Baden and in Fairyhouse this year.

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The trend of unexpected or rather unusual winners continued in the two-year-old races as, most surprising of all was the clear superiority of the French and Spanish-trained juveniles Trois Rois, who followed what was beginning to look like a pattern in the family. Unraced at two he won his first two starts at three very impressively and was then only narrowly beaten in a trial for the Jockey Club. Although he did win a Listed race at Marseilles at the end of his three-year-old career, Trois Rois never lived up to his early promise and was unplaced on all three starts he made this year in Dubai and Abu Dhabi. Trevise’s second foal was a Linamix colt who was unplaced on both his starts, the third was a Numerous filly who never ran and was sold for €5,000 out of training, and then the fourth was the unbeaten champion Treve. Breeding is anything but predictable and Alec Head had to wait 25 years before getting a real return on his purchase by which time many people would have given up on a family which had produced so many disappointments. Treve won the Arc in the style of a champion, and for any sort of a handicapper it was clearly the best performance put up on

turf since Frankel retired. Indeed her brilliance is such that if she maintains her form at four it will require a second Frankel to beat her in almost any race as she appears to have the speed and stamina to compete in every type of Group 1. Thierry Jarnet rode her as if he knew she was unbeatable keeping her wide of the others without any sort of cover and letting her pull for her head for more or less the whole way until he let her go coming out of the false straight. The moment she was given her head Treve raced past her rivals and into a clear lead. A lead she maintained, without any obvious effort, all the way to the line. The Japanese champion Orfevre and the Jockey-Club winner Intello, the best middledistance colt of his generation by a margin, had a battle for second place 5l behind the easy winner. The best of the English and Irish-trained runners were firmly put in their place with Al Kazeem and Ruler Of The World finishing

Maarek (white spots) takes the Prix de l’Abbaye. He is from the family of the sprinter Anita´s Prince

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close together in sixth and seventh more than 11l behind the winner. Orfevre had run in eight Group 1 races previously, winning five of them and being beaten narrowly in two. When he was on top form no horse had previously beaten Orfevre by as much as a half-length, let alone 5l. Intello stayed the 1m4f and was beaten by two outstanding horses finishing 2l ahead of the Japanese Derby winner Kizuna and well clear of the other European three-year-old colts. He has always looked like a horse who would improve as a four-year-old, but he is not going to get that opportunity and will retire to Cheveley Park Stud for 2014. The trend of unexpected or rather unusual winners continued in the two-year-old races as most surprising of all was the clear superiority of the French and Spanish-trained juveniles over their English and Irish-trained rivals. In the Prix Marcel Boussac for fillies the best of the overseas challengers was the Charlie Hills-trained Queen Catrine who finished third, but well beaten by Indonesienne and Lesstalk In Paris. The latter pulled herself to the front probably too soon and was caught and passed in the final 100m by the Wertheimers’s Muhtathir filly, who gave her trainer Christophe Ferland another Group 1 win following those he achieved with Dabarsim. Indonesienne had won brilliantly on her debut before running second to the Newmarket Group winner Miss France on her only subsequent start. If the Marcel Boussac was a high-class race the 7f Prix Jean Luc Lagardère looked to be a better one and the best of the English and Irish-trained runners was Wilshire Boulevard, who was beaten two and a half lengths in fourth. On his previous start the Aidan O’Brientrained colt had been beaten a quarter of a length by English juvenile Astaire and so the first two Karakontie and Noozhoh Canarias are among the best of their age in Europe. The Spanish-trained Noozhoh Canarias was hailed as the “best horse ever trained in Madrid” beforehand and despite running freely still had enough left to make Karakontie fight for victory. The Niarchos family’s Karakontie has only been beaten once in four starts when finishing a short head behind Bunker in Deauville.


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EN and Sarah Ramsey headed into Keeneland’s fall meeting fresh from welcoming a record 22 horses into the winners’ circle at Saratoga in New York and it did not take them long to pick up from where they had left off. Just two days into the meeting, the Ramseys welcomed their fifth Grade 1 winner of the year when two-year-old We Miss Artie took the Breeders’ Futurity. Another week on and the pair had already watched six of their horses run to victory at their home track, thus providing them with the strong possibility of not only ending the meeting as leading owner, but also confirmation that they are on track to end the year as champion owner. The Ramseys owe the majority of their recent success to their homebred stallion Kitten’s Joy. Thanks to the support of their sizeable broodmare band, the son of El Prado has been nourished into one of Kentucky’s premier sires, one who could quite feasibly stand for a six-figure fee in 2014. For instance, all bar two of Kitten’s Joy’s 40 stakes winners are Ramsey homebreds and, at the time of writing, the pair were heading into the Breeders’ Cup with the prospect of watching at least five of their “Kittens” competing at Santa Anita. However, in a deviation from the norm, We Miss Artie is not a “Kitten” or a homebred,

Within in the space of two days, Artie Schiller was represented by two of the US’s most exciting two-year-olds

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Records broken Ramseys likely to finish the US season as champion owner, writes Nancy Sexton

Like Kitten’s Joy, Artie Schiller was a Grade 1 winner on the turf, in his case enjoying his finest moment when taking the Breeders’ Cup Mile. Retired to Hurricane Hall Farm in Kentucky, he relocated to WinStar Farm in 2012 when Hurricane Hall shut down, where he has remained a popular option at around the $10,000 mark. However, despite siring a Group 1 winner in Australia in Laser Hawk, Artie Schiller could be described prior to last month as no more than “useful” in the northern hemisphere. His first three crops had yielded eight stakes winners, but none better than the Grade 2-winning miler Mr Commons. Then, within in the space of two days, Artie Schiller was represented by two of the US’s most exciting two-year-olds – a bold showing by either at the Breeders’ Cup would see him become America’s leading juvenile sire. With the Keeneland card that day staged in driving rain, the flagship Shadwell Turf

Mile was switched from grass to Polytrack. Although competitive, it was expected to provide another facile victory for American Horse of the Year, Wise Dan, in search of his tenth consecutive victory, but it provided an upset in the form of Silver Max, who made the running to fend off the heavy favourite and become the second Grade 1 winner for Airdrie Stud stallion Badge Of Silver. One consistent feature of the Keeneland meeting in recent years has been the dominance of Empire Maker’s progeny in the Grade 1 Spinster Stakes, a run which continued when Juddmonte’s Emollient rolled to victory in this year’s renewal. It was a second Grade 1 win at the track for Emollient following her success in the Ashland Stakes in April and a victory which provided Empire Maker, who was sold by Juddmonte to Japan in late 2010, with a fourth Spinster winner since 2009. Plenty of American breeders are ruing

Artie Schiller, like Kitten’s Joy, was a Grade 1 winner on turf Photo: courtesy of Winstar Farm

instead being a son of another El Prado stallion in Artie Schiller and a $90,000 yearling purchase. The Breeders’ Futurity, run in atrocious weather conditions, saw the colt become his sire’s second Grade 1 winner in as many days at Keeneland following My Conquestadory’s impressive victory in the Alciabades Stakes.

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us racing the loss of Empire Maker. Yet it is worth remembering that the son of Unbridled sired only five Juddmonte-bred stakes winners during his time in Kentucky, despite covering a number of quality mares including Juddmonte stars such as Hasili, Intercontinental and Stellaria. Emollient is not even Juddmonte bred beyond the first generation since her dam, the unraced Soothing Touch, was a rare yearling purchase by the operation at Keeneland in September 2005. By Touch Gold out of French Listed winner Glia, Soothing Touch hails from the outstanding Niarchos family of Machiavellian and Maxios. However, while Empire Maker is long gone to Japan, his close relative First Defence is carving out a fine reputation for Juddmonte as a young sire of immense promise. Best known in this country as the sire of Acomb Stakes winner Dundonnell, his first crop also contains a leading light of the American three-year-old filly division in Close Hatches, who recorded her second Grade 1 victory when the easy winner of the Cotillion Handicap at Parx Racing. First Defence is playing his part in reversing the perception that his sire, Unbridled’s Song, is a disappointing sire of sires. Similar comments apply to another son in Dunkirk, Coolmore’s 2009 Belmont Stakes runner-up whose first two-year-olds are led by the Grade 1 Champagne Stakes winner Havana. The best of four winners out of Missy

...it’s quite feasible that Laughing will end the year among the leading candidates for champion turf female Turtle, by the little known In Reality stallion Kyle’s Our Man, Havana sold for above Dunkirk’s first-crop yearling average of $30,064 when knocked down for $50,000 to Bruno DeBerdt as a yearling. That figure was made to look small change, however, when he realised $575,000 selling to Demi O’Byrne just five months later in California at the Barretts March Sale. That in itself now appears money well spent.

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n eagerly awaited showdown on the previous week’s Belmont card between dual Breeders’ Cup Ladies Classic heroine Royal Delta and the Kentucky Oaks winner Princess Of Sylmar proved more one-sided than many anticipated, with the three-yearold Princess Of Sylmar running down her older foe to run out the relatively easy winner. With an eye towards next year’s campaign,

Juddmonte’s First Defence is doing his best to help establish Unbridled’s Song as a sire of sires

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her owner-breeder Ed Stanco and trainer Todd Pletcher are toying with the idea of skipping the Breeders’ Cup at Santa Anita. However, regardless of whether she turns up for another possible clash with Royal Delta, she has been an excellent advertisement for her young sire Majestic Warrior, who stood the 2013 season for just $12,500 at Ashford Stud. A likely participant at the Breeders’ Cup will have been the British-bred Laughing, one of two Grade 1 winners in America for Dansili this season alongside the Beverly D Stakes heroine Dank. Judging by her win over stable-mate Tannery, by Dylan Thomas, in the Grade 1 Flower Bowl Invitational Stakes at Belmont Park, it’s quite feasible that Laughing will end the year among the leading candidates for champion turf female. Ron The Greek returned to form in some style when running away with an excellent renewal of the Jockey Club Cup. Bill Mott’s entire, winner of last year’s Stephen Foster Handicap, stretched away to defeat Palace Malice by nearly 7l while the Kentucky Derby winner Orb showed next to no spark and finished last, 22l off the winner. By the time you read this, “Ron” should have been extremely competitive in the Breeders’ Cup Classic. He is by far the best performer sired by former Florida stallion Full Mandate, a son of A. P. Indy, who was sold earlier this year to stand in Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabian buyers also recently swooped for Unbridled’s Song’s brother Spanish Steps, whose sale was announced just days before his flag-bearer, last year’s Breeders’ Cup Turf winner Little Mike, narrowly won the Grade 1 Joe Hirsch Turf Invitational Stakes. International buyers will be descending on the Keeneland November Sale, where one of the highlights looks to be the dispersal of stock belonging to Zenyatta’s breeder Eric Kronfeld. Kronfeld will offer 24 mares, including Eblouissante, a winning fouryear-old half-sister to Zenyatta, and Grade 1 winner Awesome Maria. European buyers could do worse than spend a few days at Keeneland or FasigTipton; plenty of horses are catalogued over the two weeks that should appeal to the European market including six mares in-foal to Frankel (four at Keeneland and two at Fasig-Tipton) and lots such as Janicellaine, a Group-placed half-sister to Chriselliam, and Woodland Dream, dam of Snow Fairy.


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ot very long ago, Storm Cat was the most sought after sire of sires on the planet. However, as history shows, this status is no guarantee of the establishment of a lasting sire line. Around the turn of the 19th century, Britain was awash with sons and grandsons of St. Simon, yet by the 1930s the line had all but died out in its country of origin. Similarly, in the 1970s, in North America sons and grandsons of Bold Ruler were a dominant factor, and yet now at the highest level his sire line continues through just one branch, that of Seattle Slew and his son A.P. Indy. So, with that in mind, we thought we’d

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sire of sires? Storm Cat, one of the best stallions in the world since the 1980s, died in April. Alan Porter examines whether the Overbrook stallion will be a feature in pedigrees for generations to come

have a look at the state of the Storm Cat line nearly a quarter of a century after his first crop was born, and six months after his death. I first saw Storm Cat in July 1987 at Overbrook Farm when the then four-yearold had been retired from racing, but had not yet commenced his stud career. The trip, undertaken with John Muldoon – then racing and breeding manager for Mr. & Mrs. B. R. Firestone, for whom I was working at the time – was my first from Britain to the US and came about as a result of negotiations to purchase Storm Cat to stand at the Firestone’s Gilltown Stud in Ireland. Storm Cat’s attraction in Ireland would have been as a mid-priced son of Storm Bird, a horse whose offspring were then doing

A muddy Storm Cat with Ric Waldman at Overbrook in 2005. The sire, who died in April, for a time stood at a fee of $500,000 and had an armed guard

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Although the Storm Cats did very well in Europe, he was really the quintessential US sire for the most recent paradigm shift well in Europe. The fact that his purchase was even a possibility underlines the fact that Storm Cat was not exactly regarded as a major commercial proposition for the US sire ranks. He eventually remained at Overbrook, beginning his stud career in 1988 at an advertised fee of $30,000, although in the early years his seasons often traded at significantly lower prices. History shows that Storm Cat was to become a dominant force in an era of dominant stallions, falling in the middle of a five-year period that also saw the birth of Sadler’s Wells – arguably the greatest stallion ever to stand in Europe and another who has been a constant presence for much of one’s life; Sunday Silence, who reshaped the breed in Japan; and Danehill, who set new standards in Australia as well as earning sire’s crowns in Europe. Although the Storm Cats did very well in Europe, he was really the quintessential US sire for the most recent paradigm shift, that which prizes a Dirt runner that is precocious enough to be a contender for major prizes in the fall of its two-year-old season, is effective at eight and a half to 1m1f in the spring of its three-year-old career, and, with a following wind, can at least dream of lasting 1m2f come the first Saturday in May.

Not at all quick off the blocks

Oddly enough, given his dominance over his contemporaries which saw him stand at a stud fee of $500,000 for several seasons, Storm Cat’s Classic cupboard was surprisingly bare. And in view of what was to come, it’s something of a surprise to learn that several of the better runners from Storm Cat’s early crops proved to be rather disappointing stallions, among them Mountain Cat, Catrail and Tabasco Cat. Still, his first crop did include two stallions who would make a mark, Harlan and Storm Boot. Out of a Halo mare from an Argentinean family, Harlan gained his sole stakes victory from 30 starts when taking the Vosburgh Stakes (G1) as a five-year-old. He died before

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his first crop reached the racetrack, but left the Grade 1-winning colts, Menifee and Harlan’s Holiday. Menifee was one of the best three-year-olds of his crop, winning the Blue Grass Stakes (G1) – over Storm Cat’s son, Cat Thief – the Haskell Invitational Stakes (G1), and he finished second in the Kentucky Derby (G1) and Preakness Stakes (G1). He was a fairly useful sire, particularly of fillies – all six of his graded winners were females, including his sole Grade 1 scorer Game Face – but he did not do enough to retain commercial favour, and was exported to North Korea towards the end of 2006. Harlan’s Holiday was a speedy two-year-old who trained on to add the Florida Derby (G1), Blue Grass Stakes (G1) and Pennsylvania Derby (G3) at three, and a victory in the Donn Handicap (G1) and a runner-up spot in the Dubai World Cup (G1) at four. He has displayed upward mobility through his stud career, and stood for $35,000 in 2013. To date he has had 45 stakes winners, 19 of them graded, in his first seven crops. Three of his Grade 1-winning sons will be at stud in the US in 2014 – the CashCall Futurity (G1) winner Into Mischief, who has made a bright start with his first crop including the 2013 Santa Anita Derby (G1) winner Goldencents, the spectacularly speedy Majesticperfection, a winner of five of six starts, including the Alfred G. Vanderbilt Handicap (G1), and who has first two-year-olds to run in 2014, and Shanghai Bobby, the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (G1) winner and juvenile champion of 2013. Storm Boot, whose dam was by Mr. Prospector out of a champion turf mare Drumtop (also dam of Topsider) never won a stakes race, but he did show a lot of speed to win four of 14 starts. He started very humbly, but eventually sired 52 stakes winners, although only one of those, the Spinaway Stakes (G1) winner Mani Bhavan, was able to score at the highest level. He has a few sons standing inexpensively in regional markets, but only the Commonwealth Stakes (G2) winner Smooth Jazz has been represented by a graded winner via the three-time Grade 2

scorer Smooth Air. From Storm Cat’s third crop came another horse that achieved success from modest beginnings – Forest Wildcat, who is out of Victoria Beauty, a daughter of Mr. Prospector’s close relative Bold Native. A sprint specialist, Forest Wildcat did not win a black-type event until he was five, when he scored four times in stakes company, including wins in the Maryland Breeders’ Cup Handicap (G3) and Finger Lake Breeders’ Cup Stakes (G3). Starting at the lower end of the commercial scale, Forest Wildcat rose through the ranks to the point where he eventually commanded a $75,000 stud fee. He ended up with 67 stakes winners to his name, including the Acorn Stakes (G1) heroine Forest Secrets, and the Group/Grade 1-winning sprint colts Var, Wildcat Heir and D’Wildcat. Wildcat Heir and D’Wildcat have proved useful regional sires; Wildcat Heir in Florida, where he has been first or second on the local list for several straight years, and D’Wildcat in Canada and Florida. The star for Forest Wildcat as a stallion is Var. After beginning his racing career in the US, Var switched to the Europe and recorded a notable victory when taking the 2004 Prix de l’Abbaye (G1) in a very fast time. Retired to stud in South Africa, Var has established himself as one of that country’s best stallions with 17 stakes winners, 11 graded in his first five crops, among them the Grade 1 winners Variety Club, Val De Ra, Via Africa, Villandry and August Rush.

Hennessy best of the squad from 1993

Storm Cat’s 1993 crop contained a trio of horses who sired Grade 1 winners in Storm Creek, who started well in Florida but could not recapture that success when brought to Kentucky, Sir Cat, who was no better than decent in the US but who did very well with shuttle crops in Chile, and Hennessy. Out of a mare by Hawaii, a South African star who was also champion turf horse in the US, Hennessy was a juvenile star, winning the Hopeful Stakes (G1), Sapling Stakes (G2) and Hollywood Juvenile Championship (G2), and narrowly going down to Unbridled’s Song in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (G1). At stud Hennessy sired 72 stakes winners, among them Johannesburg, who was effectively a “World Champion Two-YearOld” after a juvenile season in which he won Group /Grade 1 events in Ireland, England, France and the US, the English and French


pedigree profile 1,000 Guineas winner Special Duty, as well as the champion Australian older horse, Grand Armee. At least seven of Hennessy’s sons have sired graded stakes winners around the world, six of whom have gained Grade 1 winners – Bacoma (Chile), Cactus Ridge, Henny Hughes, Johannesburg (in the US, Europe and Australia), Sunray Spirit (Argentina) and Wiseman’s Ferry (US). Of those who have stood in the US, Cactus Ridge is now semi-private, but did get the good filly in Hot Cha Cha, while Henny Hughes did not live up to expectations with his early crops and was sold to Australia. As so often happens he immediately came up with a star in the shape of Beholder, the champion US two-year-old filly of 2012 and a three-time Grade 1 winner in 2013. As a result Henny Hughes became a reverse shuttler in his most recent season. Wiseman’s Ferry, who stands in Pennsylvania at a fee of $5,000, has only had six stakes winners from seven crops, but one of those is 2012 Horse of the Year, Wise Dan, who unfortunately is a gelding.

Scat Daddy making a name for himself

It does appear that Johannesburg may extend the line, and through him we are likely to see the first Group/Grade 1 winner at stud with Storm Cat in the fifth generation.

Johannesburg may extend the line, and through him we are likely to see the first Group/Grade 1 winner at stud with Storm Cat in the fifth generation That horse is Johannesburg’s grandson, No Nay Never, a US-trained colt who has established himself as Europe’s fastest juvenile of 2013 after making Atlantic crossings to claim the Norfolk Stakes (G2), in the process setting a two-year-old course record, and the Prix Morny (G1). No Nay Never is from the third crop of Johannesburg’s son, Scat Daddy. Out of a mare by Mr. Prospector and inbred 4 x 3 to that horse, Scat Daddy was among the best of his generation at two and three, winning the Sanford Stakes (G2) and Champagne Stakes (G1) at two, and the Fountain of Youth Stakes (G2) and the Florida Derby (G1) at three, before exiting the Kentucky Derby (G1)

with a career-ending injury. The leading freshman sire in the US in 2011, Scat Daddy has already sired 20 stakes winners from his first three crops, nine group/graded, including the Grade 1-winning filly Lady Of Shamrock, and Daddy Long Legs, winner of the Royal Lodge Stakes (G2) and UAE Derby (G2). Scat Daddy has what should be his best bred crops in the pipeline, and he certainly has the potential to come up with more stallion prospects on either side of the Atlantic. Johannesburg was exported from the US to Japan, but left three other group/gradedsiring stallions in Diamond Tycoon (Chile), the French-based Sageburg (whose first crop, three-year-olds of 2013, includes the good filly Peace Burg), and in the US, Teuflesburg (whose own grand-dam is a three-parts sister to the grand-dam of Johannesburg), who started off cheaply in Florida, but is sire of last year’s champion US sprinter Trinniberg. He is now at stud in New York.

Tale Of The Cat: a talented son

From Storm Cat’s 1994 crop came Tale Of The Cat, Stormy Atlantic, Stormin Fever and Catienus. Out of Mr. Prospector’s daughter Yarn, also the grand-dam of Johannesburg, Tale Of The Cat numbered just one stakes victory among his five wins, but the style of that triumph in

No Nay Never: when he goes to stud, the exciting Norfolk and Prix Morny winner will be the first stallion with Storm Cat in his fifth generation

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pedigree profile the King’s Bishop Stakes (G2), suggested that Tale Of The Cat might well have had as much, if not more, natural talent than any son of Storm Cat that we’ve seen. A one-time leading sire of two-year-olds, Tale Of The Cat has been a consistent sire, and has 72 northern-hemisphere stakes winners to his credit, 24 of them graded. Tale Of The Cat’s best stallion son in the US has been Lion Heart. Almost certainly the best two-year-old of his crop, Lion Heart was undefeated as a juvenile when his victories included the Prevue Stakes (G3) and Hollywood Futurity (G1). At three he added the Haskell Invitational Handicap (G1) and ran second in the Kentucky Derby (G1) to Smarty Jones. Lion Heart has sired 31 stakes winners, including the Breeders’ Cup Turf (G1) captor Dangerous Midge, and the Arkansas Derby (G1) winner Line Of David (first runners in 2013). Lion Heart has another son worth noting in Kantharos, who suffered a career-ending injury after winning his first three starts at two, including the Bashford Manor Stakes

(G3), by 9l, and the Saratoga Special Stakes (G2) by 7l. He retired to stud in Florida, and will have first runners in 2014. Tale Of The Cat also has two other young Grade 1-winning sons in the US. Gio Ponti was a stakes winner every year from two to six, and was champion turf male and champion older male at four, when, in addition to his turf victories, he finished second to Zenyatta in the Breeders’ Cup Classic (G1) on the All-Weather. He was a champion turf male at five and was still good enough to take the Shadwell Turf Mile Stakes (G1) at six. Gio Ponti’s first foals are now weanlings. Tale Of Ekati took the Futurity Stakes (G2) over subsequent champion sprinter Kodiak Kowboy and proved himself one of the best of his crop at three with three more graded victories, including the Wood Memorial Stakes (G1) and Cigar Mile Handicap (G1). He has his first runners in 2014. Tale Of The Cat also did quite well with some shuttle crops sired in Australia and New Zealand, he also has 25 southern-hemisphere stakes winners, 16 of which are graded. He

has left some useful sire sons, including Falkirk in New Zealand, and the young Australian horses Purrealist (sire of Grade 1 winner Hawkspur in his first crop), and Real Saga, one of the leading freshman sires of 2012-2013.

Stormy and Stormin making waves

Stormy Atlantic and Stormin Fever were both out of Seattle Slew mares. Stormy Atlantic won a pair of minor sprint stakes at four after making only two total starts at two and three. He’s been a prolific sire of stakes winners, with 83 to date, including 31 graded winners, among them the Canadian stallions Leonnatus Anteas and Maritimer, and the Grade 1 winners Get Stormy (a middle-distance turf horse now at stud in Kentucky), the now-deceased Stormello, and Next Question. Stormin Fever gained his only stakes win in the Sport Page Handicap (G3). He started in Kentucky, but now stands inexpensively in California. He has had his moments, and has had 27 stakes winners, including Canadian

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Discreet Cat’s start has been a little stuttering, some of his most promising 2012 three-year-olds were sidelined after bright starts Horse of the Year Biofuel, and the Grade 1-winning fillies Sweet Talker, Check The Label and Tarlow, but he does looks unlikely to extend the line. Catienus, like Tale Of The Cat out of a Mr. Prospector mare, won three of four starts in minor events in England, before returning to the US. He dropped down the ladder and was eventually claimed by Kenneth and Sarah Ramsey, for whom he subsequently captured a minor stakes, took second in the the Suburban Handicap (G2), two editions of the Saratoga Breeders’ Cup Handicap (G2), and third in the Whitney Handicap (G1). Catienus has stood in Kentucky and New York, but he has never caught the public imagination, but has proved quite useful getting at least 26 stakes winners, including Grade 1 scorers Precious Kitten and Dawn Of War, and Cannonball, a multiple stakes winner who narrowly missed in the Golden Jubilee Stakes (G1) on a trip to England. The Ramseys now also stand Catienus’s stakeswinning and Grade 1-placed son Talent Search at their Kentucky farm.

Skipping a year to Forestry

Given his burgeoning reputation as a sire of sires, it comes as quite a surprise to reflect on the stallion sons who emerged from Storm Cat’s next two crops. From the 1995 crop, Sea Of Secrets, Scatmandu and Tomorrows Cat left nothing in the way of stallion sons, and little of note in general. Through the following year Tactical Cat, Aljabr, Cat Thief, Exploit, and Vision And Verse were scarcely more distinguished. There was, however, one significant son among Storm Cat’s 1996 get, Forestry. Out of Shared Interest, a Grade 1-winning daughter of Pleasant Colony, from the family of Mr. Prospector and a half-brother to Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies (G1) winner Cash Run, Forestry lived up to his pedigree by winning seven of 11 starts, including the King’s Bishop Stakes (G1), the Dwyer Stakes (G2) and the San Pedro Stakes. At stud, Forestry has undergone a very unusual career arc. Retiring to stud as a top commercial prospect, he started brightly with

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stakes winners from a first crop of 75 foals. In 2006, following the appearance of Discreet Cat from his third crop and the sale of The Green Monkey for a world-record $16 million at the Fasig-Tipton Calder Sale of Select Two-Year-Olds, Forestry became one of the hottest stallions at stud, his fee soaring to $125,000. The fall from grace was almost as rapid as the rise stardom. Discreet Cat failed to return to form as a four-year-old after wintering in Dubai, and The Green Monkey proved unable to win a race. The decline continued with the crops foaled in 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009 providing only nine stakes winners from 460 starters, only one at the highest level, and Forestry stood for only $8,000 in 2013. Forestry’s first really good son to retire

to stud, the Carter Handicap (G1) victor Forest Danger proved a dismal failure as a stallion, but Forestry does still have two good prospects in Discreet Cat and Shackleford. Discreet Cat is out of the Alabama Stakes (G1) winner Pretty Discreet, also dam of the top-class sprinter Discreetly Mine. He earned a rating as the world’s joint-top three-yearold after going undefeated through five starts at three, wins which included a 6l victory over a field that included Invasor in the UAE Derby (G2), a 10l triumph in the Jerome Breeders’ Cup Handicap (G2), and a trackrecord-breaking victory over older horses in the Cigar Mile Handicap (G1). Discreet Cat’s start has been a little stuttering; some of his most promising 2012 three-year-olds were sidelined after bright starts. He’s come back well this year with 12 individual stakes winners, six graded, including the Grade 1 winners Discreet Marq and Secret Compass. Like Discreet Cat, Shackleford is out of an exceptional producer, in this case the Unbridled mare Oatsee. A courageous frontrunner, Shackleford defeated the Kentucky


pedigree profile Derby (G1) winner Animal Kingdom in the Preakness Stakes (G1). He returned the following year to underline his sprinter/miler credentials with wins in the Churchill Downs Stakes (G2), in which he defeated reigning Champion Sprinter Amazombe, and in the Metropolitan Handicap (G1). He has just completed his first season at stud.

The big one arrives: Giant’s Causeway

If the returns from the previous two years were rather modest as far as sons who could extend his dynasty were concerned, Storm Cat more than made up with it in the 1997 crop, which featured Giant’s Causeway. It does not always work out, but Giant’s Causeway, Storm Cat’s outstanding son as a racehorse, has also been his outstanding stallion son. Out of the Rahy mare Mariah’s Storm, Giant’s Causeway won the Futurity Stakes (G3) and Prix de la Salamandre (G1) at two. At three, his campaign earned him the name the “Iron Horse”, his renowned battling qualities seeing him take five consecutive

Giant’s Causeway, Storm Cat’s outstanding son as a racehorse, has also been his outstanding stallion son Group 1 events – the St. James’s Palace Stakes, the Eclipse Stakes, the Sussex Stakes, the International Stakes and Irish Champion Stakes. On his farewell to arms he tried Dirt for the first time in the Breeders’ Cup Classic (G1) and missed by just a neck to the US Horse of the Year, Tiznow. After standing one season in Ireland (a crop that saw him crowned as European champion first-season sire), Giant’s Causeway switched to the US, where that first crop sired earned him a title as champion sire of two-year-olds. Since then Giant’s Causeway has gone from strength-to-strength and has taken the US leading sire crown in 2009, 2010 and 2012. Giant’s Causeway has sired 126 northernhemisphere stakes winners, 71 Group or

Giant’s Causeway: the Iron Horse is already beginning to make his own mark as a sire of sires

Graded, his best including Shamardal, Footstepsinthesand, Man Of Iron, Aragorn, Giant Oak, My Typhoon, Swift Temper, Heatseeker, Red Giant, First Samurai, Creative Cause, Eskendereya, Intense Focus, Maid’s Causeway, Dalkala and Penelopa. Giant’s Causeway has also been shaping well both as a broodmare sire and sire of sires. So far, five of his sons have sired Graded stakes winners. Shamardal, who was undefeated on turf, and won both the Poule d’Essai des Poulains (G1) and the Prix du Jockey-Club (G1), and has done well in both the northern and southern-hemisphere (he shuttled to Australia), and he already has ten Group and Grade 1 winners to his name, among them Lope De Vega, who emulated his sire’s French Classic double and who is represented by his first (well received) yearlings in 2013. Footstepsinthesand, from the same crop as Shamardal, ran only three times, but won all three races and ended his career with victory in the 2,000 Guineas (G1). Footstepsinthesand hasn’t been as prolific a group/graded stakes sire as Shamardal, but he does have 14 such winners, including the Group 1 scorers Chachamaidee and Shamalgan. The other European son of Giant’s Causeway to sire a Group 1 winner is the Dewhurst Stakes (G1) victor, the young sire Intense Focus, whose first crop son, the closely inbred Astaire, took the Gimcrack Stakes (G2) and Middle Park Stakes (G1) this year. In the US the first notable stallion son of Giant’s Causeway, the Champagne (G1), Hopeful (G1) and Fountain of Youth Stakes (G1) hero First Samurai, started off a little more slowly. Things have picked up, however, with Executiveprivilege taking a trio of graded stakes at two last year, including the Del Mar Debutante Stakes (G1) and Chandelier Stakes (G1), and Justin Phillip, a tough five-year-old landing the Vanderbilt Handicap (G1). Giant’s Causeway also has an exceptional US-based son with first runners in 2014 in

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pedigree profile the shape of Eskendereya. A runaway winner of the Fountain of Youth Stakes (G2) and Wood Memorial Stakes (G1), Eskendereya was favourite for the Kentucky Derby (G1) before injury prior to the race. He has a rather intriguing pedigree as his third dam is by Northern Dancer out of a grand-daughter of Northern Dancer’s second dam, Almahmoud. From the same crop as Giant’s Causeway came two other stallion sons of Storm Cat, High Yield and Bernstein. High Yield was the better racehorse, taking the Hopeful Stakes (G1), the Fountain of Youth Stakes (G1) and the Blue Grass Stakes (G1), but he has disappointed as a sire. Bernstein, at one stage had a major reputation within the Aidan O’Brien stable, but had only victories in the Railway Stakes (G3) and Concorde Stakes (G3). Retired to stud in the US, he outperformed opportunity there, although he suffered from inconsistent quality of mares, while he has done extremely well with his shuttle crops in Argentina.

Another to outsire himself from this crop is Easing Along, who has become an outstanding sire in Argentina Pure Prize a consistent sire, but not one for the future

The two most notable colts from Storm Cat’s 1998 crop were Black Minnaloushe and Pure Prize. Black Minnaloushe won the Irish 2,000 Guineas (G1) and St. James’s Palace Stakes (G1). Initially retired to stud in the US, he proved disappointing, although he did get the Breeders’ Cup Sprint (G1) victor Dancing In Silks (a gelding). He did better in New Zealand and in South Africa, where he now resides, getting four other Grade 1 scorers. Pure Prize did not win a stakes until he was four when he took the Kentucky Cup Classic (G2) in impressive style, only to then be injured. Like Bernstein, he has suffered from inconsistent books of mares, but he has been

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Eskendereya: the “exceptional” son of Giant’s Causeway is another whose progeny will debut on the track in 2014

a very solid sire in the US, where he has 32 stakes winners from his first seven crops, and a standout in Argentina where he has at least 10 stakes winners to his name. To date, however, neither Black Minnalouse or Pure Prize have produced a colt that looks likely to carry on their branch of the Storm Cat line. We should not overlook Freud, a Groupplaced sprinting brother to Giant’s Causeway, who has been a leading regional sire in New York and who does have seven graded winners to his name, two of them Grade 1. Another to outsire himself from this crop is Easing Along, who has become an outstanding sire in Argentina.

Light on numbers with new century

As the century turned, the supply of notable Storm Cat colts seemed to somewhat diminish, though the 2000 crop did produce Hold That Tiger and Van Nistelrooy. A three-quarters brother to Hennessy, Hold That Tiger was voted champion European two-year-old after winning the Railway Stakes (G3), the Grand Criterium (G1) and running third in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (G1). He struggled to recapture his best form at three when the single bright spot was a second to Mineshaft in the Woodward Stakes (G1). Standing first in the US and then France, Hold That Tiger has fallen some way short of matching the achievements of his close relative Hennessy, but he does have one Grade 1-winning stallion son in Smiling

Tiger, who took the Bing Crosby Stakes (G1), the Ancient Title Stakes (G1) and the Triple Bend Stakes (G1) and who will be at stud in California in 2014. Van Nistelrooy, a $6,000,000 yearling, out of the Halo mare Halory, only ran as a juvenile winning the Futurity Stakes (G2) and the Tyros Stakes, and finishing in the second the National Stakes (G1), and third in the Royal Lodge Stakes (G2). Standing in the US, and shuttling to New Zealand, Van Nistelrooy started quite brightly in both countries, but then tailed off somewhat, most probably due to the typical difficulties that mid-priced or lower stallions face in attracting good books between their first season at stud and when their first runners appear. Now in Argentina, Van Nistelrooy is doing a very respectable job. He has 32 stakes winners to his name, 14 of them graded, including a Grade 1 scorer in the US and New Zealand, and two in Argentina. We should also mention that the crop included Mogok, an unraced half-brother to Machiavellian, who has done well in South Africa.

Four sire sons, but no stars in 2001

The 2001 crop delivered at least four sons who have sired graded winners, including One Cool Cat, Good Reward and Grand Reward. One Cool Cat was another European champion two-year-old, winning the National Stakes (G1), the Phoenix Stakes (G1) and the Anglesey Stakes (G3). The following year he


pedigree profile added the Phoenix Sprint Stakes (G3), and took third in the Nunthorpe Stakes (G1).He stood in Europe and New Zealand for only modest results, and is now in Korea. Good Reward, a brother to Pure Prize, achieved more on the track with wins in the Hollywood Derby (G1) and the Manhattan Handicap (G1), but he was a far less successful stallion, making virtually no impact. Grand Reward, out of the great mare Serena’s Song, was several times group and graded placed when sprinting in England and Ireland, and stretched out to take the Oaklawn Handicap (G2) in the US. He proved to be almost totally ineffectual as a sire in the US, where he was represented by only two graded scorers, but has done better in Argentina, where three of his offspring have taken Grade 1 races.

Bluegrass: needs a top class winner

Bluegrass Cat was Storm Cat’s leading son from the 2002 crop. He took the Remsen Stakes (G2) and the Nashua Stakes (G3),

and the Haskell Stakes (G1) at three, and was also second in the Kentucky Derby (G1) and Belmont Stakes (G1). Retired to stud in Kentucky, but he is now in New York. With his oldest progeny now five, he has five graded stakes winners to his name, but none at the highest level. From Storm Cat’s 2003 crop came After Market, out of Rahy’s good daughter Tranquility Lake, and so bred on the same cross as Giant’s Causeway. He was a six-time graded stakes winner on the turf with Grade 1 tallies in the Eddie Read Handicap and Charles Whittingham Memorial Handicap. After Market has not been a fashionable sire, and stood for only $5,000 in 2013, but has the Grade 1-winning filly Lady Of Fifty in the US. The last major son of Storm Cat to retire to stud was Mr Sidney. A half-brother to Mineshaft, a US Horse Of The Year, Mr Sidney was a turf performer who gained a Grade 1 win in the Maker’s Mark Mile Stakes. Retired to stud in France, he is represented by his first two-year-olds in 2013.

It all rests on Giant’s Causeway

When we look at the whole picture, it seems, like several other horses who have earned the “sire of sires” sobriquet, the line of Storm Cat will extend through a very limited number of channels, at least as far as Europe and North America is concerned. The most obvious of these is Giant’s Causeway, who is still active and has several young sons to come and whose son Intense Focus has made a bright start. The branch of Hennessy through Johannesburg and Scat Daddy also has a shot, with No Nay Never likely to provide a European source. Meanwhile in the US, Harlan’s Holiday has the promising duo of Into Mischief and Majesticperfection, and is still only a 14-year-old himself, while Forestry via Discreet Cat and Shackleford cannot yet be written off. However, Storm Cat’s record shows how difficult it is for a stallion to make a mark for himself that will be seen generations further down the line.

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There have been a few surprises in the US, writes Alan Porter Surprise leading freshman in the US is Dunkirk. A son of Unbridled’s Song – incidentially less than distinguished to date as a broodmare sire – out of a mare by the A.P. Indy sire Secret Status, he was unraced at two, and never won a stakes race, although he did show his class when second in the Florida Derby (G1) and Belmont Stakes (G1) in a five-race career. He already has two graded winners, including the Champagne Stakes (G1) victor Havana. The overall leading sires’ crown in the US is a very unusual battle this year and is being fought out between Sadler’s Wells’s grandson Kitten’s Joy, a Grade 1 winner over 1m4f on the turf, and the pure sprinter, Speightstown. Kitten’s Joy, who is currently around $300,000 ahead on prize-money earnings, has enjoyed a simply remarkable season with 21 stakes winners, 10 graded winners and six Grade 1 winners. Speightstown, who is doing extremely well to get a tilt at the title given that he is primarily a sprint sire, has 17 stakes winners, eight graded, and three at Grade 1 level. In Britain, freshman Intense Focus (Giant’s Causeway) had the intriguinglyinbred Astaire take the Middle Park Stakes (G1). Intense Focus’s dam is by Danehill out of a mare by Kahyasi, and Astaire is out of a mare by Dansili, who is also by Danehill out of a Kahyasi mare. For good measure, Kahyasi is a Nijinsky/Blushing Groom cross, and Giant’s Causeway is a Storm Bird (similarly-bred to Nijinsky)/Blushing Groom cross.

Montjeu’s son Authorized had Group/Grade 1 winners on two continents on consecutive weekends with Seal Of Approval stepping up from Listed company to take the British Champions Fillies & Mares Stakes (G1), a week after the extremely promising Complacent won the Spring Champion Stakes (G1) in Australia. Complacent is out of a mare by Quest For Fame, which gives an intriguing pedigree as that horse is a very close relative to Authorized’s dam, Funsie. It has been something of a conversion year for Authorized, who must have been hanging on by his hoof nails to his comfy position at Dalham Hall Stud – all of his three Group 1 winners have come in 2013, with Ambivalent’s win in the 1m2f Pretty Polly from Was giving him his first toplevel success. Authorized has also this year gained his first Group 3 winners – both in Ireland – added two Group-placed horses to the CV to add to the one holder of such form for the sire until 2013, as well as gaining two more Listed winners bringing that tally up to five. His Listed placed horses is also up from three to seven. His fee has been dropping since a starter of £25,000 in 2008 to just £7,000 this year. Will he be staying or will he be going now? Following Al Thakhira’s victory in the Rockfel Stakes (G2) the score for the cross of Dubawi with mares by Green Desert stands at six stakes winners from 16 starters, including the Group/Grade 1 winners Makfi and Lucky Nine. It’s been a good stint for sons of Danehill Dancer. First-crop sire Mastercraftsman now has two Group winners with the Autumn Stakes (G3) scorer Kingston Hill joining Amazing Maria, who took the Prestige Stakes (G3). Meanwhile, Choisir has been represented this summer by Olympic Glory, who upset his elders to take the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes (G1).

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Snow Fairy, Curtain Call, Via Medici: just a few of the stakes winners who’ve graduated from Richard Brabazon’s pre-training yard at Rangers Lodge. Lissa Oliver enjoys a morning on The Curragh watching young horses learning the ropes

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espite a pedigree that would suggest otherwise and a restricted licence that has seen Richard Brabazon leading his horses regularly into winner’s enclosures, Brabazon insists he would never make a trainer. “Mainly I am involved in breaking youngstock and it’s only when the Noorani Paddock was added to Rangers Lodge, eight years ago, that I started pre-training,” he explains. “I’d never make a trainer! I love to take my time with a horse and I wouldn’t be getting on with them as you should. “With pre-training, you’re going at a much slower pace; there isn’t the pressure. I love handling horses that way, giving them plenty of time and patience, and you can’t do that without good owners. I’m terribly lucky having good owners. They’re ready to give the time.” And therein lies his gift, Brabazon’s empathy with the horse and a patience that has seen subsequent Group winners such as Snow Fairy, Curtain Call, Beauty O’Gwaun, Girouette, Akdarena, Roses For The Lady, Via Medici, Rain Delayed, Berg Bahn, Cosmo Meadow and Alla Speranza go on to ply their trade so successfully and consistently on the racecourse.

I love handling horses that way, giving them plenty of time and patience, and you cannot do that without good owners “Snow Fairy was very buzzy,” recalls Brabazon of perhaps his best-known graduate. “I wouldn’t say she was difficult, she had a little bit of an attitude, and that’s what made her so good. Martin Davidson was the first man to ride her.” Davidson, who like most of the Rangers Lodge team has been with Brabazon virtually from the start, smiles fondly. “She felt great, from the first time I sat on her. I knew she was a good one. She was so strong, she put me off a few times!” he recalls. Currently it’s another long-term team member Danny O’Donovan, who is currently repeatedly facing the floor from a freshly broken NH mare who knows her own mind

and seems intent on standing on her hindlegs. To O’Donovan’s credit, he stays in the plate, and his patience and understanding is plain. He jumps down and gives the mare a chance to relax and let off steam. A large blue sheet of plastic is stretched out over a section of the indoor ring and she repeatedly canters over it, before stopping to stand on it for a moment. “It’s an old trick I learned from an Australian cowboy,” remarks Brabazon. “They seem to love it, walking across it, some even like to just stand on it. When you get a tricky filly it’s usually down to pure fear and lacking confidence. Once they get to settle, they’re great. “We broke this filly’s sister Blanchfield, and she went on to win two races. She was a tough, tough filly. This filly is the same, it’s her spirit that will make her a battler on the racecourse. The breakthrough with her was the jumping. It distracts her.” “She thinks too much,” explains O’Donovan, but the spirit causing them such difficulty if nurtured correctly could be her gift. The filly is taken outside to a schooling ring and is loose schooled over a pole, a skill she clearly enjoys. The distraction has worked, her thoughts are only with her jumping and, transformed, she stands demurely

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richard brabazon as O’Donovan remounts. This time they jump together, horse and rider in harmony. Watching them riding back through the yard a little later, you’d never know the mare had been intent on rearing when O’Donovan had first mounted her. Although perfectly situated beside The Curragh training grounds, racecourse and M7 junction, Rangers Lodge is a secret little idyll, tucked so quietly away behind trees and hedgerows that you forget the outside world exists. It’s the perfect setting for the pretraining of racehorses. “My grandfather came to Rangers Lodge in 1927,” reports Brabazon. “Dad, Aubrey, was a very good jockey and my grandfather, Cecil Brabazon, a very good trainer. He was the first trainer to fly a Flat horse to the races

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– Beau Sabreur, he was the first Irish-trained runner in the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe in 1949.” Part of Rangers Lodge had formerly been part of Ballymany Stud and the Noorani Paddock is a fitting reminder of its historic past. The field is encircled by a fibresand gallop, but the regular morning exercise fails to disturb its relaxed occupants, the 27-yearold mare Sweet Thunder and her even older donkey companion. Sweet Thunder is an invaluable member of the Rangers Lodge team and helps to keep the youngsters in check when they’re turned out. “I like to turn my horses out as much as possible and if they’re the least bit boisterous she puts manners on them!” laughs Brabazon. “When she is no longer with us I’ll definitely

go and find a retired mare to replace her.” Sweet Thunder will take some replacing: she was Brabazon’s first and only winner as a jockey, he retired on a high at Fairyhouse in 1993. “They get into a lovely routine here,” he says. “We have a lovely loop, from the yard out across the road onto The Curragh, then back. They’ll warm up on the round gallop here, then walk across to The Curragh, gallop, and walk back home. I don’t vary their routine; it seems to work well and the horses enjoy it.” And Brabazon’s horses literally step out from the yard and cross the road onto the training grounds. “How could a private establishment compete with the standard of maintenance you get here on The Curragh?”


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Elmaamul - Majmu

In 2013: 5th leading sire in France (prize money) & sire of Gr.1 winning 2YO (Prix Marcel Boussac) INDONESIENNE.*

NAAQOOS

Oasis Dream - Straight Lass

A Gr.1 winner and sire of a winning first crop of 2YOS in 2013. Standing in Italy: Allevamento di Besnate

MUJAHID Danzig - Elrafa Ah

Leading Italian based sire in 2013 for the second year running.*


richard brabazon he asks. “The sand gallop at the Schooling Ground is great for slow winter work, while the All-Weather jumping strip is a super addition. Any time of the year on any day the training grounds are always spot on.” Through the early autumn the yard was fairly quiet, but now that the main yearling sales are over the lorries are coming in and Brabazon and his team are flat out. “We call them ‘our’ horses!” he says of his past graduates. “The lads follow them keenly. We’ve a nice filly in France with Andre Fabre, So In Love, and she could be good, she has finished second twice in two Listed races and has some big entries.”

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he facilities in Rangers Lodge are excellent and the yearlings do not go out onto The Curragh grounds until after Christmas. “I tend to get the backward types, or otherwise they would be going straight to a trainer,” Brabazon points out. “We get yearlings from Goffs and Newmarket, but the big studs tend to wait until they’ve sorted out their sales horses, then send us their own stock or something that’s unsold. We get busier from October. “When we’re quiet I love the idea of getting everything ready before the horses arrive, but I never do it! One thing we did do was put rubber floors in everywhere and that’s great. When we’re busy I like it best when we can spend time with the horses, rather than spending too much time on the yard.” The team ethic is very important and in that respect Brabazon is blessed. “I’m very lucky with the core staff I have, we work very well together and that’s a big thing. They know exactly what I’m asking for. When we get busy I take on a few extra people, but the core staff have been here for a good while.” Brabazon likes to keep everything as simple as possible when it comes to stable routine and exercise. “The horses are fed four times a day, with a 7am first feed, then I go round at 10pm with the last feed. I deliberately don’t have a varied routine,” he says, adding: “Trying to explain a mix to different people can get very confusing and it just doesn’t work unless you always have the same person mixing the feed, so I only feed nuts. Scientists have researched and developed them to find a balance that’s right, so why make up a mix? I just have the three bags: a low protein feed, pony nuts for those that are standing in and racing cubes.” As the spirited half-sister to Blanchfield

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... the way yearlings are prepared by the good studs is unbelievable – you blink and they’re riding

has shown, Brabazon may like to keep things simple, but young horses can often make life difficult, even though there have been huge advances in our handling practices. “I’ll probably have to eat my words this year,” Brabazon laughs, “but the way yearlings are prepared by the good studs is unbelievable – you blink and they’re riding. You get the odd NH store horses who has been left out in a field and it reminds you just what it used to be like.” Not that all of Brabazon’s students are perfect. “Even the well schooled ones can become difficult,” he says, “get them into a


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You can’t meet someone in the horse business whom you cannot learn from. I could have the worst lad in the world working down in the yard and he could still teach me something new place and they get unnerved. It takes them about a week to ten days to settle in and then you can see that they were very well schooled before they came, they were just nervous.” With so much of his patience tested on youngsters between autumn and spring, it’s no real surprise that Brabazon finds relaxation in what could be seen as a busman’s holiday, as a restricted trainer. “It’s nice to have a few to train, you get used to having them about the place, they become like pets, and you forget just how difficult it all really is!” he laughs. “We won the

Ladies’ Derby at The Curragh last year and the Tipperary Crystal Amateur Derby this summer with Placere.” Placere hurt a foot in training and Brabazon has been keeping her fit by taking her swimming twice a week. “Taking them to the swimming pool is a great experience for them,” he says. “There’s nothing more frustrating than a young horse who won’t load, but when you bring them for a drive and into the pool, they’re not frightened too much after that! “We give them a couple of jogs up and down straight after swimming, because they can often get a bit of water in them and they need to clear it. They often belch as they jog, which clears the water

and stops them getting colicky.” Brabazon is also a great fan of allowing horses to have a hack canter after their piece of work on The Curragh, rather than simply the traditional slow walk back – tests carried out by trainer Mark Johnston show that a lot of lactic acid is cleared from the horse’s system by a steady canter or trot after the main exercise. “It is also most important,” he says, “if you’re not too sure which way a horse is going, to make sure you talk to the lads. It is a wonderful help, simply watching horses isn’t enough. Hearing what the riders have to say is important.” Brabazon is a good listener and a willing student. “You can’t meet someone in the horse business whom you can’t learn from. I could have the worst lad in the world working down in the yard and he could still teach me something.” Perhaps it is the reason why Brabazon is also such an excellent tutor, with empathy for his students, be they equine or human and Rangers Lodge is a popular destination for students from equine colleges, even as far afield as Japan. Brabazon’s first connection with Japan was when he was given a horse from a Japanese owner and met trainer Takashi Kodama, who took six stables at Rangers Lodge. “That’s how we came to have Pop Rock here,” he explains of the son of Helissio who Rangers Lodge has been in the Brabazon family since 1927

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richard brabazon travelled from Japan to Ireland in 2010 to run in the Irish St Leger. “It’s always very varied here, which is ideal for students. We’re not too busy in the summer so it’s a good time to show them what’s going on. We had Japanese students for the past couple of years and they’re all very interested and full of enthusiasm and I love that connection; I’ve even taken some Japanese lessons!” It seems that Brabazon’s role at Rangers Lodge is all about looking forward and nurturing the stars of the future, but it is not difficult to forget there’s also a lot of wonderful history to look back on. Brabazon’s father Aubrey will be forever revered for his victories on Hatton’s Grace and Cottage Rake and Brabazon has a tireless passion for history and recalling those stories. “When Dad was training he was one of the first to consider examining horses’ teeth. The vet “Doc” Rawnsley, used to come to the yard and I remember he had an ingenious method – he’d smear molasses onto a rasp and the horses would move their mouth back

We had Japanese students for the past couple of years and they’re all very interested and full of enthusiasm and I love that connection; I’ve even taken some Japanese lessons!”

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and forth over the rasp to get the molasses!” Not every skill was easily passed on, however: “Dad was a very good jockey, but he was too soft and too nice, he didn’t criticise me.” While Sweet Thunder holds the distinction of being Brabazon’s only winner, it’s advice of a different nature that has led to her record. “I remember riding in a 5f sprint at Leopardstown and Christy Roche came alongside me and warned me about the terrible climb! Of course, there is no climb, but if you look and you’re told there is, it’s a bit of an optical illusion. ‘By the time I’d realised my mistake Christy had gone on by 10l! He’d put me on a wrong footer and I finished second. The trouble was, there was always about three months between each ride I got, so I was a beginner every single time!” Brabazon has experienced every aspect of the education side of racing and one has only to look at the results of his graduates on to acknowledge what a great educator he is.

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Mares and foals at the beautiful 90-year-old Gestüt Röttgen, founded in 1924 and near Cologne in Germany

Exciting times

Gestüt Röttgen is enjoying success both on the racecourse and in the sales ring and has also recently secured the services of the Jockey-Club winner Reliable Man as a new stallion for the farm. Julian Smyth meets stud manager Frank Dorff

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f breeding tends to go in cycles for the last year or so Gestüt Röttgen has been on an upswing. Wild Coco carried the stud’s colours to success in Group races at Goodwood and Doncaster when in the care of Sir Henry Cecil before she was sold for 985,000gns at last year’s Newmarket December sales. For her new owner KI Farm, Wild Coco went on to win another Group race at Goodwood and finish second in the Group 1 Prix Vermeille, only a length and three-quarters behind Treve, far closer than any other horse has managed to get to Quesnay’s champion this year. At mid-October Röttgen was the leading

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owner in Germany by wins with 18 and the stud’s young trainer Markus Klug was in second place in the trainers’ table with 49 successes. “A lot of German owners and trainers are mainly trying to win races in France,” explains Frank Dorff the stud’s farm manager with characteristic modesty, although he is quick to agree that 18 wins is a lot better than the total of seven the stud won five years ago. If the stud is enjoying success on the racecourse and in the sales ring in both Germany and England, it is also planning for the future and has announced that the Prix du Jockey-Club winner and leading Australian older horse Reliable Man will stand at Rottgen from 2014.

“We were looking for an opportunity to have a stallion with international appeal,” explains Dorff on returning from a trip to New Zealand to see Reliable Man at Westbury Stud, “and we are very excited by Reliable Man. He comes from a fantastic female family with champions in every generation, which is important for German breeders, and he was one of the best of the outstanding ‘Frankel’ generation of European three-year-olds. “Anyone who has their doubts should watch the way he beat the champion It’s A Dundeel in the 2000m Group 1 Queen Elizabeth Stakes. He is also an impressive, athletic individual.” Gestüt Röttgen is one of Europe’s oldest established and most successful racing and


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We were looking for an opportunity to have a stallion with international appeal and we are very excited by Reliable Man breeding operations. The first Group winner to carry the stud’s distinguished turquoise, gold sleeves and red cap came in 1931 and the stud won the German Derby in 1932 with Palastpage. The latest was Wild Coco, who won the 2012 Group 2 Park Hill Stakes at Doncaster. The stud has won 113 Group races and a total of 212 black-type races, which puts it in the top 15 of active owners, not far behind the Niarchos family, Gestüt Fährhof and the Wertheimer family. Few thoroughbred studs succeed in competing in the best international races for 80 years from the same land and pastures, but Röttgen has several other most unusual features. The stud was founded by Peter Paul Mulhens in 1924. His family had owned the 4711 Eau de Cologne brand since the beginning of the 19th century, a time when Cologne was part of France having been occupied by Napoleon’s army in 1794. While Napoleon’s army waited outside the city it was decided that each house should be given a number and, rather than dividing the city into streets, the houses were given numbers starting from one and going on. The house on Glockengasse where Wilhelm Mulhens made his “original” Eau de Cologne was given the number 4711, and so the brand had its name. Peter Paul Mulhens returned to Cologne at the end of the WWII, when it was, in the words of the architect of its reconstruction, “the greatest heap of debris in the world,” The sight of his devastated city was, according to legend, more than Mulhens could bear and he is said to have died on his way to Röttgen murmuring: “Nobody can pay us.”

The reconstruction and revival of Röttgen, its stud and racing stable was left in the hands of his daughter Maria, who was to become Maria Mehl-Mulhens. Mehl-Mulhens died in 1985 leaving the stud and her estate to the foundation ‘The Röttgen Agricultural and Forestry Holding’ which has managed the stud, the racing stable, the numerous buildings and 750 acres of pasture, and forest ever since. The foundation was established to maintain Röttgen and to promote and encourage racing, breeding and veterinary science. Dr Gunter Paul, a prominent constitutional judge when not at Röttgen, has been the foundation’s President from the beginning.

The foaling barn is another building with an absurdly high ceiling, which combines a modern efficiency with beauty, in this case built with wood and plaster rather than stone, reflecting the vernacular of the few rural houses left in the surrounding area. Peter Paul Mulhens and his daughter Maria clearly cared a great deal about horses, but they also had a passion for the place and the people who worked, and still work, there. Maria’s domestic staff was employed for life, and still maintains the house and cut flowers for the drawing room daily, despite the fact that their mistress has been dead for nearly 30 years. By all accounts, and there are still plenty

his would be unusual enough, but Röttgen and its stud are next to one of Europe’s largest and most successful cities. It is only ten miles from the stud to Cologne’s cathedral, and only two or three to the Cologne/Bonn airport. But the drive from the airport towards Röttgen and the view is more or less unchanged. There may be shopping malls, logistics warehouses and car concessions behind and alongside, but, in front of you, there is a grey, stone wall which stretches as far as you can see in both directions, and behind the wall nothing but trees, grass and glimpses of the immaculate and beautiful stud buildings. Röttgen was built on a grand scale. The main house or castle was already in place when Peter Paul Mulhens purchased the property and it took years for him to buy up the land around it, which in the 1920s was mainly small farms. The indoor school, where the horses from the racing stable warm up before setting out to Röttgen’s private gallops, has a vaulted wooden roof which must be 100ft high, together with stained glass windows. The racing stables have a complicated, mechanical and functioning mucking out system which dates from before the War, while amongst the additions to the castle is a clock, which chimes every hour when a mechanical horse in Röttgen’s colours races past to win, again.

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SAYIF

Bay 2006, 16.0 h.h. KHELEYF – SEWARDS FOLLY (RUDIMENTARY)

Won Gr.2 Diadem Stakes, 6f, Ascot, beating JJ The Jet Plane (Gr.1), Art Connoisseur (Gr.1) Won LR Battlefield Stakes, 6f, Monmouth Park, beating Yummy With Butter (Gr.3 x 2), 2nd Gr.1 Middle Park Stakes, 6f, Newmarket, at 2 years, beating Classic Blade (Gr.2), Able Speed (Gr.2), Finjaan (Gr.2), etc. 2nd Gr.2 July Stakes, 6f, Newmarket.

TIMEFORM 122 COVERED A FIRST CLASS BOOK OF MARES IN 2013

STIMULATION Bay 2005 16.01⁄2 h.h. CHOISIR – DAMIANA (THATCHING)

First crop yearlings in 2013 have made up to

110,000gns

and have been bought by all the right people

TIMEFORM 121 EXCELLENT FERTILITY

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We sold Wild Coco to capitalise on her success, but also because we want to ensure that Röttgen’s best families are represented around the world of people who live and work at the stud who remember Maria Mehl-Mulhens, the stud was her passion. She not only succeeded in restoring his father’s project, but also she took the stud to success at the highest level. In 1959 the stud won its second Deutsches Derby when its fourth string Uomo managed to beat the favourite Waldcanter, completing a one-two for the stud. There has not been another Derby win since, despite eight or nine second places. In the early 1970s Prince Ippi was a multiple Group 1 winner and Derbyplaced horse who became a successful sire, producing among others Anna Paola. She was a champion filly in Germany at two and three in 1980 and 1981. Sold to Sheikh Mohammed, Anna Paola founded a family whose latest stars are the Australian Group 1 winners Helmet and Epaulette.

Showing off well-bred mares at a stud open day

Also in the 1970s Röttgen won the Eclipse and Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe with Star Appeal, a horse bred at Röttgen and who had begun his career in Rottgen’s colours, but who had been sold by the time of his greatest triumphs. Under the “Foundation” the success continued. Well Known was a champion two-year-old, who produced the Group 1 winner Well Made, while Sternkonig finished third to Lando and Monsun in one of the best of all German Derby’s and went on to win a Group 1 and become a useful stallion. His best son Kallisto stands at Röttgen today and is enjoying a particularly successful year for a horse who covers by, international standards, a tiny book. Kallisto won the Italian Derby by 6l before a career-ending injury when fourth to Samum in the Deutsches Derby. Other successes included the Group 2-winning fillies Wild Side and Diacada, both dams of some of Röttgen’s stars of today.

Röttgen’s latest revival began in 2009 when the stud tried to sell a Shirocco filly out of the Group 2 winner Wild Side at the Newmarket October Yearling Sale. There was no interest at all and she was bought back at 60,000gns. “I had always admired Sir Henry Cecil from a distance and he had trained a good horse called Templestern, who had been bred at Röttgen, so I asked him to have a look at the filly,” recalls Dorff. “He took a few minutes to walk around her and then said that he would ‘love to.’”

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ecil took his time with Wild Coco, but at three she won a Listed race at Newmarket and he was already thinking about going for Group 1 races. Wild Coco did not get the opportunity to run in a Group 1 with conditions in her favour until this year when, under the care of Lady Jane Cecil, she ran a great race to be second in the Prix Vermeille. “We sold Wild Coco to capitalise on her success, but also because we want to ensure that Röttgen’s best families are represented around the world and are shared with leading breeders. “We have sold fillies out of training to the Wertheimers and Northern Farm as well as Wild Coco to K I Farm recently and although

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Hungary in the 1960s. This year’s promising two-year-olds Wild Step and Weltklasse are both out of mares recently purchased from old Röttgen families. Dorff is a young man, but has already been at Röttgen long enough to observe several generations of Röttgen families. “My family had nothing to do with horses, but I started coming to work at Röttgen when I was 16. It started as work experience, but I was fascinated and would come on my bicycle when I could. I worked on other studs for experience, but came back to Röttgen when the opportunity arose,” he smiles.

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we want to stay in the families ourselves, it also makes sense to sell from time to time,” Dorff explains. Röttgen keeps between 25 and 30 mares and about the same number of horses in training, primarily with Klug at its own training centre. “I am sure we will have the odd horse in training in England,” says Dorff, “in order to give an international perspective to our pedigrees, but we have to adapt to the loss of Sir Henry with whom it was a privilege to work.” There is no rigid commercial policy, but Röttgen usually offers all of its colts for sale as yearlings, as well as some fillies. “We are primarily breeders,” Dorff explains, “and we race horses in order to test our mares and select future broodmares, but we offer all the colts and those fillies with a commercial value when it seems appropriate. “If we like a yearling with little commercial value we are happy to put it into training, and at the same time we were thrilled to sell a Dansili colt for €200,000 in September, as well as a brother to the Group 1-placed Kassiano to Darley for €120,000.” Wild Coco’s yearling half-sister by Motivator was due to go to the sale as well, but was injured in her paddock only days before the sale. “We will keep her now and she will always be an attractive mare,” reasons Dorff, “her

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I think Reliable Man is a great match physically and on pedigree with many of our mares, and with German mares in general dam is producing so well as Wild Coco’s two younger half-sisters Wilddrossel and Wild Silva are Group class and Markus [Klug] likes her two-year-old half-sister by Mount Nelson very much.” The majority of Röttgen’s mares are descended from those who were on the farm while Maria Mehl-Mulhens was alive. Wild Coco’s dam Wild Side is an exception as her dam Wild Romance was boarded at Röttgen and the stud ended up owning half of her progeny as a deal for keep fees. The stud’s most recent Group 1 winner, the 2010 Preis der Diana winner Enora, as does Animal Kingdom and all of the Röttgen ‘D’ family, descend from a mare imported from

reeding fortunes go in cycles and the upswing cannot last forever, but there are reasons to be positive about the immediate future. Stallions are an important part of Röttgen’s outlook and few horses as good or as international as Reliable Man have retired directly to stud in Germany in recent years. ‘The owners of Reliable Man are impressed by the successes of German breeding,” explains Dorff, “and they feel that in Germany he will have the best opportunity of becoming a long-term success. “I think Reliable Man is a great match physically and on pedigree with many of our mares, and with German mares in general. “On pedigree and performance he is in some ways similar to Soldier Hollow, who we stood at the beginning of his career, but then Reliable Man was a top horse in France, England and Australia. “We shall be supporting Reliable Man with our best mares and will be looking to buy some new ones to make sure he gets the chance he deserves.” Röttgen is an unusual stud in a strange setting, but in many ways its structure allows it free rein to plan for the future and breed for the long term, the epitome of what has allowed German breeding to succeed on the international scene way beyond where it should be on numbers alone. German breeders have been rigorous in their selection of stallions and mares and with a small commercial market they are, on the whole, looking for success on the racecourse at three or four and over 1m2f or 1m4f. Not the same calculation as many breeders in England and Ireland, but then Danedream, Novellist, Wild Coco and others have shown that it is a formula which can lead to international success at the highest level.


LONGINES World’s Best Racehorse Rankings 1 January – 6 October, 2013 RANKING RATING

Horse

YOF Sex

Owner

Trainer

Country

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130

BLACK CAVIAR (AUS)

2006

M

Werrett, Wilkie, Taylor & Hawkes

Peter Moody

AUS

26

122

ALL TOO HARD (AUS)

2009

C

Vinery Stud, Kia-Ora et al.

Michael, Wayne, John Hawkes

AUS

26

122

ATLANTIC JEWEL (AUS)

2008

M

Coolmore Syndicate, L M Macri et al.

Mark Kavanagh

AUS

26

122

PIERRO (AUS)

2009

C

G Kolivos & Mrs D Kolivos

Gai Waterhouse

AUS

40

120

EPAULETTE (AUS)

2009

C

Sheikh Mohammed

Peter Snowden

AUS

WE’RE NOT ONLY DOWN UNDER – WE’RE ALSO ON TOP BLACK CAVIAR

ALL TOO HARD

Bel Esprit - Helsinge by Desert Sun $210,000 Inglis 2008 Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale Race record: 25 wins from 25 starts Career Prizemoney: $7,364,462

Casino Prince - Helsinge by Desert Sun $1,025,000 Inglis 2011 Sydney Easter Yearling Sale Race record: 12 starts, 7 wins, 2 seconds, 1 third Career Prizemoney: $2,288,200

ATLANTIC JEWEL

PIERRO

Fastnet Rock - Regard by Zabeel $320,000 Magic Millions 2010 Gold Coast Yearling Sale Race record to date*: 11 starts, 10 wins, 1 second Career Prizemoney to date*: $1,587,925

Lonhro - Miss Right Note by Daylami $115,000 Magic Millions 2010 National Weanling Sale $230,000 Magic Millions 2011 Gold Coast Yearling Sale Race record: 14 starts, 11 wins, 2 seconds, 1 third Career Prizemoney: $4,536,650

EPAULETTE Commands – Accessories by Singspiel Not offered Race record to date*: 13 starts, 5 wins, 2 seconds, 2 thirds Career Prizemoney to date*: $1,717,750

1 AUD = £0.59, €0.84 * 15 Oct. 2013

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broodmare sires Astaire: is an exciting son of first-season sire Intense Focus, but he is also out of a mare by the young broodmare sire Dansili. His daughters have already produced two Group 1 winners

The

young entry

Alan Porter selects some of the newer names amongst the ranks of broodmare sires who are worth keeping an eye on

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ITH the current leader, Danehill, in mind, the best bet for the future might be Dansili, who has one of our favourite angles for a broodmare sire â&#x20AC;&#x201C; he is out of a greatproducing mare. It also has to be remembered that he did not start with anything like the quality of mates the he is now covering, which means that the female lines of his early daughters were not always exceptional. His daughters have produced six stakes winners so far, two Group 1 (including Astaire, whose sire Intense Focus is out of a mare who is three-quarters related to Dansili), with his earliest stakes winners only being foals of 2009.

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broodmare sires Leading European broodmare sires by earnings: 2013 (to October 22) Stallion

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Stakes wnrs

Danehill Sadler's Wells Anabaa Darshaan Rainbow Quest Indian Ridge Barathea Pivotal Linamix Selkirk Alzao Rahy Kingmambo Green Desert Monsun Mountain Cat Peintre Celebre Highest Honor Galileo Night Shift Machiavellian Royal Academy Desert Style Lando In The Wings Bering Sinndar Cadeaux Genereux Spectrum Grand Lodge Mujtahid Distant Relative Shareef Dancer Unfuwain Diesis Groom Dancer Gone West Hernando Mark of Esteem Red Ransom Common Grounds King's Best Dansili Sri Pekan Woodman Kendor Danehill Dancer Dashing Blade Caerleon Key of Luck

1986 443 187 42.21 22 1981 619 265 42.81 24 1992 232 90 38.79 7 1981 260 108 41.54 15 1981 319 126 39.50 12 1985 299 145 48.50 12 1990 302 113 37.42 7 1993 240 108 45.00 9 1987 268 101 37.69 5 1988 245 101 41.22 8 1980 210 70 33.33 3 1985 115 55 47.83 4 1990 140 61 43.57 3 1983 310 111 35.81 9 1990 170 75 44.12 8 1990 74 43 58.11 4 1994 151 65 43.05 6 1983 222 69 31.08 1 1998 152 73 48.03 7 1980 294 112 38.10 3 1987 229 92 40.17 6 1987 240 93 38.75 7 1992 73 27 36.99 4 1990 86 36 41.86 6 1986 211 89 42.18 3 1983 187 63 33.69 2 1997 58 18 31.03 2 1985 222 89 40.09 4 1992 166 55 33.13 3 1991 267 90 33.71 1 1988 124 48 38.71 0 1986 119 55 46.22 2 1980 100 27 27.00 3 1985 140 50 35.71 6 1980 175 68 38.86 2 1984 115 47 40.87 2 1984 127 55 43.31 4 1990 139 52 37.41 2 1993 149 57 38.26 4 1987 127 53 41.73 2 1985 133 62 46.62 1 1997 152 60 39.47 4 1996 112 47 41.96 4 1992 133 54 40.60 3 1983 222 81 36.49 1 1986 132 52 39.39 3 1993 198 70 35.35 3 1987 169 62 36.69 5 1980 144 65 45.14 2 1991 57 24 42.11 4

Data supplied by Weatherbys

Stakes wins

Earnings

Leading peformer

30 £5,912,550 Intello 30 £5,810,673 The Fugue 11 £5,003,567 Treve 25 £4,359,697 Al Kazeem 12 £2,919,174 Just the Judge 18 £2,823,411 Jwala 9 £2,185,130 Opstinate 14 £2,181,245 Winsili 7 £2,151,754 Valirann 10 £2,134,035 Vancouverite 4 £2,069,051 Olympic Glory 7 £2,047,522 Declaration Of War 4 £1,971,158 Ruler of the World 10 £1,963,161 Battle Of Marengo 11 £1,951,247 Lucky Speed 7 £1,798,240 Kuloglu 8 £1,752,562 Talent 2 £1,730,754 Cikmazhan 8 £1,691,841 Oklahoma City 3 £1,666,009 Shebebi 6 £1,612,417 Wilshire Boulevard 8 £1,609,096 Amarillo 6 £1,593,579 Lethal Force 11 £1,576,859 Farhh 4 £1,571,334 Lost In The Moment 2 £1,555,441 Morandi 3 £1,538,402 Trading Leather 5 £1,509,872 Gregorian 6 £1,486,539 Moonlight Cloud 2 £1,459,978 Voleuse De Coeurs 0 £1,445,386 Sarilar Runner 3 £1,428,637 Rampoldi 5 £1,413,177 Sky Lantern 8 £1,381,913 Haikbidiac 2 £1,348,798 Morning Post 2 £1,329,649 Galileo Rock 7 £1,309,246 Leading Light 3 £1,292,349 Charity Line 6 £1,278,923 Hillstar 4 £1,275,909 War Command 1 £1,265,649 Temelhan 4 £1,246,732 San Marino Grey 5 £1,236,418 Chicquita 4 £1,223,707 Jack Dexter 1 £1,220,395 Warrior Princess 3 £1,173,740 Elliptique 3 £1,161,686 A Ready Dream 5 £1,158,335 Seismos 2 £1,140,478 Zhiyi 6 £1,127,317 Slade Power

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broodmare sires Dalakhani: can he copy the success of his sire Darshaan as a leading broodmare sire?

We might also look out for daughters of Tiger Hill, and note that Flying Spur (who enjoyed a sojourn in Ireland) and Redoute’s Choice (now shuttling to France) have been very good in Australia. Sadler’s Wells already has a son Barathea amongst the top ten, and at the rate of progress he’s making, it won’t be long before Galileo joins him. Given that he is exceptional as a sire, and looking very good as a sire of sires, it’s probably no surprise that Galileo appears very promising as a broodmare sire. His daughters have already produced 18 stakes winners, nine Group winners, including Group 1 winner La Collina. Another by Sadler’s Wells who is showing promise in this role is Montjeu, whose daughters have 13 stakes winners to their name, including two at Group 1 level. Although somewhat older, Sadler’s Wells’s grandson Singspiel has also done very well. Darshaan has been a very successful broodmare sire and it seems that his son Mark Of Esteem is picking up the mantle. The former Darley sire has been a better broodmare sire than a sire, but unfortunately

Another by Sadler’s Wells who is showing promise in this role is Montjeu, whose daughters have 13 stakes winners to their name, including two at Group 1 level

we’re going to find very few young daughters around. However, another Darshaan son Dalakhani has four stakes winners as a broodmare sire from the crop of 2010 (the first time he appeared in that role as broodmare sire of a stakes winner), and also has a two-year-old stakes winner this term. Two of the stakes winners are by Danehill sons, two by Sadler’s Wells sons, while the other is by American Post (whose dam is by Sadler’s Wells). It’s questionable whether the Ahonoora/ Indian Ridge sire line is going to prevail much further into the 21st century. As far as broodmare sire sons, we probably do not have any stars, but Compton Place, who is broodmare sire of four stakes winners, including Group winner Monsieur Joe, is a useful speed source. There are probably not too many daughters of Indian Rocket to be found, but we’ll note that his daughters have produced Group 1 scorer Maarek and Group winner Kendam. Pivotal is an excellent broodmare sire, and his very fast son Kyllachy is looking at least useful with his daughters having produced

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broodmare sires four stakes winners, three of them Group winners, and two being juveniles of 2013. With that in mind, it might also be worth keeping an eye out for daughters of Excellent Art (out of a well-bred daughter of Seeking The Gold) to prove value for money. From the Blushing Groom line, Rainbow Quest and Rahy have both excelled as broodmare sires, but were disappointing as sires of sires, save perhaps for Quest For Fame (Rainbow Quest) in Australia. Another Rainbow Quest son Spectrum has been a better broodmare sire than sire of sires. Of Rahy’s sons, there are at least 11 stakes winners out of mares by Fantastic Light, but only two at Group level, whereas Noverre is broodmare sire of a pair of stakes winners, both Group race victors. Monsun has been a pretty prolific broodmare sire, with his daughters producing 26 stakes winners to date, including five Group 1 winners, and his influence looks sure to increase given that his international status continued to improve throughout his career.

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Machiavellian’s son Vettori has been a surprise success, and we’d also be looking at the US-based Street Cry to do well It is too early to judge yet, but it is going to be worth at least keeping an eye on mares by his sons: Samum, Shirocco and Manduro. Night Shift was not a prolific sire of sires, but his rather under-appreciated son Azamour is out of a mare by Lear Fan (giving a tie in to Sadler’s Wells, Fairy King and Nureyev), and looks promising. Green Desert – who is over the century mark of stakes winners as a broodmare sire

– has lots of heirs apparent. Two of his lesser stallion sons Desert Style (broodmare sire of Group 1 winners Lethal Force, Havana Gold and Sudirman) and Desert Prince are at least useful, and the first of his really good stallion sons, Cape Cross, is already broodmare sire of 14 stakes winners, seven of them Group or Graded. This is obviously a positive indicator to the prospects of his other sons, Oasis Dream and Invincible Spirit. Looking at the Mr. Prospector line, Machiavellian’s son Vettori has been a surprise success, and we’d also be looking at the US-based Street Cry to do well. From the Kingmambo branch, King’s Best – a three-quarters brother to the dam of Galileo – has 13 stakes winners, although nothing yet at the highest level, and one would think that Dubai Destination and Henrythenavigator have plenty of pedigree to help them in this role. It would also be hard to see Dubawi (by a grandson of the Mr. Prospector horse, Seeking The Gold) not doing very well as a broodmare sire.


broodmare sires

Dam sires of stakes winners 2013 Horses are listed under their broodmare sire with the respective sire in brackets. Includes Group (1,2,3) and Listed (L) wins in Europe and UAE up to and including October 20 Supplied by Hyperion Promotions

A P Indy Moviesta (Hard Spun) Now Spun (Hard Spun) Wind Fire (Distorted Humor) Acatenango Animal Kingdom (Leroidesanimaux) Feuerblitz (Big Shuffle) La Arenosa (Exceed And Excel) Laviva (High Chaparral) Lili Moon (Desert Prince) Lucarelli (High Chaparral) Now We Can (Martillo) Acclamation Fig Roll (Bahamian Bounty)

2 L L

Treve (Motivator)

111

Anita's Prince Beatrice (Dr Fong)

33

1 L L L L L 2L

Arazi Gordol Du Mes (Exchange Rate) I'm Your Man (Cape Cross) Pacific Rim (Singspiel)

L L 2

Arch Cameron Highland (Galileo) Lines Of Battle (War Front)

L 2

L

Arctic Tern Hey Little Gorl (Sternkoenig)

3L

Ajdayt Grace Lady (Muhtathir)

2L

Artan Wasimah (Desert Prince)

L

Akarad Harris Tweed (Hernando)

L

Ashkalani Sharestan (Shamardal)

L

Alhaarth Khione (Dalakhani) Narniyn (Dubawi) Alkalde Nicolosio (Peintre Celebre) Alleged Secret Number (Raven's Pass) Almutawakel Orpello (Orpen)

L L L 3L 3

Alysheba Sun Central (Galileo) Vanishing Cupid (Galileo)

LL LL

Alzao Ighraa (Tamayuz) Olympic Glory (Choisir) Table Ronde (Astronomer Royal)

L 13 L

Anabaa Banoffee (Hurricane Run) Dalkala (Giant's Causeway) Green Byron (Green Tune) Mutin (Kentucky Dynamite) Sirius Prospect (Gone West) Tatoosh (Xaar)

L 12 L L L LL

Atticus Elettrotreno (Modigliani)

L

Bahhare Courcy (Mizzen Mast)

L

Big Shuffle Oriental Magic (Doyen) Piana (Doyen) Vif Monsieur (Doyen)

L L 133L

Bishop Of Cashel Penitent (Kyllachy) Supplicant (Kyllachy)

L 2L

Blu Air Force Priore Philip (Dane Friendly)

1L

Bluebird Scream Blue Murder (Oratorio) Blushing Groom Anodin (Anabaa) Brief Truce Riskit Fora Biskit (Kodiac) Russian Rock (Rock Of Gibraltar)

L 3 L L

Cadeaux Genereux Gregorian (Clodovil) Hoarding (Elusive Quality) Rewarded (Motivator) Rock My Heart (Sholokhov)

23 L L L

Caerleon Dibayani (Shamardal) Zhiyi (Henrythenavigator)

L L

Cape Cross Australia (Galileo) Belle De Crecy (Rock Of Gibraltar) Mangiapregaama (Dubawi) Trumpet Major (Arakan)

3 2 L 2

Carson City Barbecue Eddie (Stormy Atlantic) Sciolina (Oratorio)

2 LL

Classic Cliche Lovely Pass (Raven's Pass)

L

Compton Place Avon Pearl (Avonbridge) Stepper Point (Kyllachy)

L L

Cozzene Boomerang Bob (Aussie Rules) Onlyyouknowme (Martino Alonso)

L L

Crafty Prospector Plantagenet (Trade Fair)

3

Daggers Drawn Refuse To Bobbin (Refuse To Bend)

L

Dalakhani Nevis (Dansili) Nichols Canyon (Authorized) Stubbs (Danehill Dancer)

L L L

Dancing Brave Esoterique (Danehill Dancer) Zack Hall (Muhtathir)

3 LL LL 3 1 3 L 3L 133L L 3 3 L L L 13 33L 3 L L 3 2 3L 3 L

Bering Celebrissime (Peintre Celebre) Myasun (Panis)

L 3

Chato Kenhope (Kendargent)

3

Danehill Artistic Jewel (Excellent Art) Berling (Montjeu) Chriselliam (Iffraaj) Custom Cut (Notnowcato) Grey Greezly (Red Rocks) Integral (Dalakhani) Intello (Galileo) Joyeuse (Oasis Dream) Ladys First (Dutch Art) My Titania (Sea The Stars) Noble Mission (Galileo) Paene Magnus (Teofilo) Pale Mimosa (Singspiel) Romantica (Galileo) Royal Diamond (King's Best) Scintillula (Galileo) Secret Gesture (Galileo) Siyenica (Azamour) Sugar Boy (Authorized) Tapestry (Galileo) Treble Jig (Gone West) Wonderfully (Galileo)

Bernebeau Kenbella (Kendargent)

L

City On A Hill Bettolle (Blu Air Force) 3

Danehill Dancer Fanoulpifer (High Chaparral)

Barathea Baie D'honneur (Baroud D'honneur) Danadana (Dubawi) Hunter's Light (Dubawi) Jakkalberry (Storming Home) Lava Flow (Dalakhani) My Catch (Camacho) Norse King (Norse Dancer) Peace At Last (Oasis Dream) Be My Guest Waila (Notnowcato) Benny The Dip Arpinati (Lucky Story) Pattaya (Philomatheia)

L 3L 12 2 L 3 2L 2 L 3 3L

Cat Thief Ferevia (Motivator)

3

Celtic Swing Celtic Rock (Rock Of Gibraltar)

3

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broodmare sires Indian Maharaja (Galileo) Mince (Medicean)

L L

Danetime Ladies Are Forever (Monsieur Bond) Toormore (Arakan)

3LL 12

Dansili Astaire (Intense Focus) Caponata (Selkirk) Chicquita (Montjeu) Dance In The Park (Walk In The Park)

12 L 1 L

Danzig Dundonnell (First Defence)

L

Darshaan Al Kazeem (Dubawi) 1113 Ambivalent (Authorized) 1 Count Of Limonade (Duke Of Marmalade) L Dank (Dansili) 23 Ernest Hemingway (Galileo) 33 Estimate (Monsun) 13 Feel Like Dancing (Galileo) L Giant Sandman (Footstepsinthesand) 2 L L Global Thrill (Big Shuffle) 3 Indonesienne (Muhtathir) 1 Jutland (Halling) 3 Leo Gali (Galileo) L Libertarian (New Approach) 2 Sajjhaa (King's Best) 1122 Telescope (Galileo) 2 Verema (Barathea) 22 Viztoria (Oratorio) 23 Dashing Blade Adoya (Doyen) Earl Of Tinsdal (Black Sam Bellamy) Emily Of Tinsdal (Librettist) Glowing Cloud (Dylan Thomas) Samba Brazil (Teofilo) Seismos (Dalakhani)

3 1 L L 3 1

Dayjur What A Name (Mr Greeley)

3

Daylami Liber Nauticus (Azamour) Our Obsession (Shamardal)

3 L

Deploy Emirates Queen (Street Cry)

2

Desert King Mango Diva (Holy Roman Emperor) Thawaany (Tamayuz)

3L L

Desert Style Havana Gold (Teofilo) Lethal Force (Dark Angel) Mandour (Smart Strike) Sudirman (Henrythenavigator)

1 11 L 12

Desert Sun Grandeur (Verglas) Treaty Of Paris (Haatef)

74

L 3

Devil's Bag Quixote (Pivotal)

L

Diaghlyphard Angel Light (Most Welcome)

L

Diesis Mister Sandro (Dane Friendly) Pomology (Arch)

L 3

Diktat Burke's Rock (Cape Cross)

L

Distant View Making Eyes (Dansili) Sole Power (Kyllachy)

L 13

Docksider Lily's Angel (Dark Angel) Solar Deity (Exceed And Excel) Zurigha (Cape Cross)

3L L L

Dolphin Street Carmagnola (Rattle And Hum)

L

Dolpour The Apache (Mogok)

2

Don't Forget Me Missunited (Golan) Dr Devious Berkshire (Mount Nelson) Mamma Giovanna (Windsor Knot) Midnight Soprano (Celtic Swing) Seal Of Approval (Authorized) Washaar (Kodiac)

Berkshire (right), out of a Dr Devious mare, wins the Royal Lodge Stakes

L 2L L 3 1L LL

Dr Fong My Propeller (Holy Roman Emperor) L Prestige Vendome (Orpen) L Style Vendome (Anabaa) 13L Dream Well Alterite (Literato) Dubai Destination Ihtimal (Shamardal) Dynaformer Say (Galileo) Efisio Agent Secret (Pyrus) Medicean Man (Medicean) Odeliz (Falco) Pearls Or Passion (Monsun)

L 23 3 L L L L

El Prado Outstrip (Exceed And Excel)

2

Elusive Quality No Nay Never (Scat Daddy)

12

Enrique Technokrat (Oratorio)

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Entrepreneur Ahzeemah (Dubawi)

23

Epistolaire Kenzadargent (Kendargent)

L

Fairy King Afsare (Dubawi) Fairy Nayef (Nayef) Lover Man (Lawman) Princedargent (Kendargent)

23 L L L

Galileo Chopin (Santiago) Gaterie (Dubai Destination) Guinnevre (Duke Of Marmalade) La Collina (Strategic Prince) Leitir Mor (Holy Roman Emperor) Rehn's Nest (Authorized) Venus De Milo (Duke Of Marmalade) Generous Berlin Berlin (Dubai Destination) Cape Peron (Beat Hollow) Si Luna (Kallisto)

3 L L 1 3 3 3L 2 L LLL

Fasliyev Princess Bavaroise (Desert Prince) Shamshon (Invincible Spirit) Stay Tuned (Blu Air Force) Victorinna (Gentlewave) Victory Laurel (Holy Roman Emperor)

L L L L 3

Fayruz Pride And Joy (Dark Angel)

L

Giant's Causeway Duchess Lemonade (Duke Of Marmalade) L Planteur (Danehill Dancer) 3L Principe Adepto (Dubawi) 2 Rosina Bella (Oratorio) L Soft Falling Rain (National Assembly) 2 2 3 Universal (Dubawi) 223 Vally Jem (Dylan Thomas) L

First Trump Thunder Strike (Sakhee's Secret)

L

Glauco Abdel (Dyhim Diamond)

Fly To The Stars Superplex (Multiplex)

3

Forest Wildcat Nutello (Lemon Drop Kid)

L

Gone West African Story (Pivotal) Avenue Gabriel (Champs Elysees) Be Ready (New Approach) Leading Light (Montjeu) Ocovango (Monsun)

Foxhound Dutch Masterpiece (Dutch Art)

3

Grand Lodge Voleuse De Coeurs (Teofilo)

1L

Funambule Funinthesand (Footstepsinthesand)

L

Grand Slam Toronado (High Chaparral)

13

L 3 L L 133 2L


broodmare sires Jwala (Oasis Dream) Kingsgate Native (Mujadil) Montiridge (Ramonti) Mull Of Killough (Mull Of Kintyre) Nargys (Lawman) Reply (Oasis Dream) Romantic Wave (Rock Of Gibraltar) Russian Soul (Invincible Spirit) Tickled Pink (Invincible Spirit) Indian Rocket Maarek (Pivotal) Intikhab Gordon Lord Byron (Byron) Licia (Singspiel) Pirika (Monsun) Invincible Spirit Drive To Hell (Manduro) Irish River Producer (Dutch Art) Jallad Shea Shea (National Emblem) Grape Tree Road Fetan Joa (Enrique)

L

Great Commotion Clorofilla (Refuse To Bend)

3L

Green Desert Al Thakhira (Dubawi) Ambiance (Camacho) Battle Of Marengo (Galileo) Best Regards (Tamayuz) Bunker (Hurricane Run) Fort Knox (Dubawi) Gengis (King's Best) Heeraat (Dark Angel) Yellow Rosebud (Jeremy)

2 L 23 L L L 3 3 L

Groom Dancer Leofilo (Teofilo) Penglai Pavilion (Monsun)

L L

Gulch Omaticaya (Bernstein) Silasol (Monsun) Tawhid (Invincible Spirit)

L 1 L

Halling Old Pal (Soldier Hollow) Zanetto (Medicean)

L L

Hansel Tableaux (Giant's Causeway) Hector Protector Miblish (Teofilo) Hernando Charity Line (Manduro)

22 L 2L

1L 2 3LL 3 3 L 3L 3L 33 13L 13 3 3 L 23L 1L

Jeune Mushreq (Flying Spur)

2

LL 3

Johann Quatz Chalnetta (Oratorio) Le Ring (Slickly) Tara River (Stormy River)

L L L

Holy Bull Forever Snow (Lion Heart)

L

Josr Algarhoud Cruck Realta (Sixties Icon) Fire Ship (Firebreak)

L 3L

Honour And Glory Chiara Wells (Refuse To Bend)

L

Kahyasi Without Fear (Refuse To Bend)

33

Keegsquaw (Street Cry) Ombrage (Orpen) Highest Honor Au Revoir (Singspiel) Cavalryman (Halling)

Housebuster Hot Streak (Iffraaj) Hussonet Porsenna (Dylan Thomas) Windfinder (Shirocco) Ile De Bourbon Konig Concorde (Big Shuffle) Times Up (Olden Times)

L 3

3L L L L 2

In The Wings Lost In The Moment (Danehill Dancer) 2 L Mazameer (Green Desert) L The Lark (Pivotal) 2 Inchinor Felician (Motivator) Fencing (Street Cry) Pearl Flute (Piccolo) Indian Ridge David Livingston (Galileo) Desert Blanc (Desert Style) Gammarth (Layman)

23 L 3 3 3 L

Ruler Of The World (Galileo)

13

King's Best Baltic Knight (Baltic King) Ektihaam (Invincible Spirit) Espero (Verglas) Kiram (Elusive City)

L L L 3

Kirkwall Gale Force Ten (Oasis Dream)

3L

Kornado Palomita (High Chaparral) Kris Domeside (Domedriver) La Pomme D'amour (Peintre Celebre)

L 23 2

Kris S Astonishing (Galileo) Fiesolana (Aussie Rules)

L 2333

Kyllachy Garswood (Dutch Art) Quiz Evolution (Mujahid) Saayerr (Acclamation)

2L L 2

Lagunas Limario (Areion) Novellist (Monsun) Lake Coniston Euphrasia (Windsor Knot) Lando Altano (Galileo) Calyxa (Pivotal) Dabbitse (Soldier Hollow) Daytona Bay (Motivator) Diamond Dove (Dr Fong) Farhh (Pivotal) Gloomy Sunday (Singspiel)

3 1112 3 13 LLL 3L 3 3 11 3

Kalanisi Dalwari (More Than Ready)

3

Katahaula County City Style (City Zip)

3

Langfuhr Akemi (Footstepsinthesand)

L

Keltos Morning Frost (Duke Of Marmalade)

L

Laroche Russian Tango (Tertullian)

L

Kendor Bacchelli (Mujahid) Elliptique (New Approach) Silas Marner (Muhtathir)

L 3 3

Lavirco Nabucco (Areion)

3

Key Of Luck Black Elegance (Footstepsinthesand) L Exogenesis (Dark Angel) 3 Slade Power (Dutch Art) 233 Society Rock (Rock Of Gibraltar) 2 King Charlemagne Van Der Neer (Dutch Art)

L

Kingmambo Camelot (Montjeu) Hot Snap (Pivotal)

3 3

Lemon Drop Kid Elusive Kate (Elusive Quality)

11

Linamix Ectot (Hurricane Run) Lesstalk In Paris (Cape Cross) Maureen (Holy Roman Emperor) Mila (Cape Cross) Valirann (Nayef)

3L 3 3 L 23

Lomitas Ares D'emra (Desert Style) Belango (Tertullian) Zazou (Shamardal)

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broodmare sires Lord At War Duntle (Danehill Dancer)

23

Lord Of Men Lacarolina (Charge D'affaires)

L

Loup Solitaire Indigo (Falco)

L

Love The Groom Demeteor (Mujahid)

L

Lyphard Triple Threat (Monsun)

23

Machiavellian Earnshaw (Medaglia D'oro) 3 Geoffrey Chaucer (Montjeu) 2 Lockwood (Invincible Spirit) 3 Moment In Time (Tiger Hill) 3 Tantshi (Invincible Spirit) L Wilshire Boulevard (Holy Roman Emperor) 3 Manninamix Saga Dream (Sagacity)

33

Marchand De Sable So Long Malpic (Fairly Ransom) Thistle Bird (Selkirk)

L 3

Marju Vedelago (Red Clubs)

1

Mark Of Esteem Hillstar (Danehill Dancer) Sandiva (Footstepsinthesand) Sruthan (Arakan) Trip To Rhodos (Rail Link)

2 3L 3L L

Meadowlake Reynaldothewizard (Speightstown)

13

Mejiro Mcqueen Orfevre (Stay Gold)

2

Midyan Place In My Heart (Compton Place)

L

Miesque's Son Great White Eagle (Elusive Quality)

3

Mister Baileys Windhoek (Cape Cross)

L

Mizzen Mast Flying Jib (Oasis Dream)

L

Moment Of Hope Top Notch Tonto (Thousand Words)

3L

Monsun Don Bosco (Barathea) Kapour (Toylsome) Lucky Speed (Silvano) Pastorius (Soldier Hollow) Quaduna (Duke Of Marmalade)

2 L 13 1 3

Shanjia (Soldier Hollow) Sommerabend (Shamardal) Tres Blue (Anabaa Blue)

L L 23L

Montjeu High Duty (Oratorio) Justineo (Oasis Dream) Lady Dutch (Dutch Art) Parish Hall (Teofilo)

L L L 3L

Mountain Cat Ninjago (Mount Nelson)

L

Mozart Hallelujah (Avonbridge) Magician (Galileo)

L 13

Mr Prospector Just Pretending (Giant's Causeway) Mt Livermore Silver Ocean (Silver Train)

3 L

Mtoto Gabrial (Dark Angel)

L

Mujadil Coach House (Oasis Dream) Come To Heel (Elnadim) Miss Lahar (Clodovil)

L L L

Mujahid Tasaday (Nayef)

23

Nashwan Beat Baby (Johannesburg) Chigun (Oasis Dream) Mijhaar (Shirocco)

LL 3 L

Night Shift Maremmadiavola (Kheleyf) Mental (Lonhro) Regarde Moi (King's Best) Spoil The Fun (Rock Of Gibraltar)

L 3 L L

Nomination Balmont Mast (Balmont)

L

Northern Dancer Fitful Skies (Dubawi)

3

Noverre Arnold Lane (Footstepsinthesand) Shuruq (Elusive Quality) Nureyev Farraaj (Dubai Destination) Maxios (Monsun) Songcraft (Singspiel) Sparkling Beam (Nayef) Teophilip (Teofilo) Oasis Dream Extortionist (Dandy Man)

3 3 3 112 L 3 L L

Declaration Of War (blue) was easily the best out of a Rahy mare in 2013

Observatory Vorda (Orpen)

12L

Chief Barker (Azamour) Vedeux (Elusive City)

L 3

Primo Dominie Beldale Memory (Camacho) Mirza (Oasis Dream)

L 3

Old Trieste Giovanni Boldini (War Front)

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Old Vic Heirloom (Dansili)

L

Open Forum Winning Express (Camacho)

Prospect Bay Prince Bishop (Dubawi)

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Orpen Celticus (Stroll)

Proud Citizen Amazonas (Cape Cross)

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Rahy Daksha (Authorized) Declaration Of War (War Front) Guajaraz (Rashbag) Pilote (Pivotal)

Peintre Celebre Anjaal (Bahamian Bounty) Miss You Too (Montjeu) Nymphea (Dylan Thomas) Pinturicchio (Holy Roman Emperor) Protectionist (Monsun) Talent (New Approach)

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Phone Trick Dawn Approach (New Approach)

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Piccolo Morawij (Exceed And Excel)

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Pips Pride Green Door (Camacho) Ragazzo (Academy Award)

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Pivotal Bank Of Burden (Hawk Wing ()) Flying The Flag (Galileo) Good Old Boy Lukey (Selkirk) Ladyship (Oasis Dream) Lucky Kristale (Lucky Story) Majeyda (Street Cry) Petit Chevalier (High Chaparral) The United States (Galileo) Winsili (Dansili)

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Platini Koffi Angel (Soldier Hollow) L

Rainbow Quest Aljamaaheer (Dubawi) Blue Rambler (Monsun) Dogma Noir (Iffraaj) Glen's Diamond (Intikhab) Hippy Hippy Shake (Danehill Dancer) Just The Judge (Lawman) Kingston Hill (Mastercraftsman) Last Train (Rail Link) Navajo Chief (King's Best) Quiz Mistress (Doyen) Riposte (Dansili) Spirit Quartz (Invincible Spirit)

LL 11L L L 2 L L 2 L 1 3 3 L L 2 2

Red Ransom Nocturnal Secret (Beat Hollow) War Command (War Front)

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Royal Academy Amarillo (Holy Roman Emperor) Guest Of Honour (Cape Cross) Hitchens (Acclamation) Mayyadah (Invincible Spirit) Sacred Aspect (Haatef) Somewhat (Dynaformer) Wire To Wire (Observatory)

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Pleasant Tap Along Came Casey (Oratorio)

LL

Royal Applause Dibajj (Iffraaj) Suzi's Connoisseur (Art Connoisseur)

Polish Precedent Catcall (One Cool Cat)

3L

Runaway Groom Inis Meain (Bernstein) L

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broodmare sires Sadler's Wells Akua'da (Shamardal) 2 Alive Alive Oh (Duke Of Marmalade) L Baltic Baroness (Shamardal) 3 Buckwheat (Manduro) L Cape Of Approval (Cape Cross) L Caucus (Cape Cross) LL Cielo Canarias (Exceed And Excel) L Dance Moves (Dansili) L Destruct (Rail Link) L Disclaimer (Dansili) L Flintshire (Dansili) 13 Neatico (Medicean) 1333 Oratorio Latino (Oratorio) L Pavlosk (Arch) L Peace Burg (Sageburg) 2 Probably (Danehill Dancer) L Renew (Dansili) L Rich Coast (King's Best) L Testosterone (Dansili) L The Brothers War (War Front) L The Fugue (Dansili) 11 Thomas Chippendale (Dansili) 2 Virtual Game (Kheleyf) L Well Acquainted (Orientate) L Sahm Salai (Myboycharlie) Saint Cyrien Siljan's Saga (Sagamix) Touz Price (Priolo) Salse Mill Marin (Pivotal) Smoke On The Water (Areion) Smooth Operator (Big Shuffle) Saumarez Lago Minto (Galileo) Les Beaufs (Apsis) Seattle Slew Slow Pace (Distorted Humor) Secretariat Maputo (Cape Cross) Seeking The Gold Bunairgead (New Approach) Selkirk Bye Bye Birdie (Oasis Dream) Ebiyza (Rock Of Gibraltar) Gifted Girl (Azamour) Highland Knight (Night Shift) Lion D'Anvers (Kentucky Dynamite) Professor (Byron) Ransom Hope (Red Ransom) Vancouverite (Dansili) Sendawar Santa Ponsa (Slickly) Septieme Ciel Cirrus Des Aigles (Even Top) Shareef Dancer Dancer Destination (Dubai Destination)

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Sky Lantern (Red Clubs) Shining Steel Eleuthera (Spirit One) Shinko Forest Miracle Of Medinah (Milk It Mick)

111 3 3L

Shirley Heights Cap O'Rushes (New Approach) 3 Eye Of The Storm (Galileo) LL Wannabe Better (Duke Of Marmalade) L L Sicyos Best Tango (Mujahid) Tac De Boistron (Take Risks)

3 L

Sillery Goldtara (Gold Away) Lady Jacamira (Lord Of England)

L 3

Silvano Achtung (Sulamani)

L

Silver Ghost Darwin (Big Brown)

3

Silver Hawk Rawaaq (Invincible Spirit) Sky Hunter (Motivator)

3 L

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Singspiel Donna Prassede (Manduro) Moonwalk In Paris (Oratorio) Noozhoh Canarias (Caradak) Pleuven (Turtle Bowl)

L 3 L L

L L

Sinndar Flotilla (Mizzen Mast) Trading Leather (Teofilo)

LL 3

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Sternkoenig Ivanhowe (Soldier Hollow) Path Wind (Anabaa) Shoshoni (Noroit) Wild Coco (Shirocco)

2 L L 3

Storm Cat Kizuna (Deep Impact) Mushir (Oasis Dream) Wedge Trust (Zamindar) Willing Foe (Dynaformer)

2 L L L

Success Express Sea Siren (Fastnet Rock)

L

Sunday Silence Karakontie (Bernstein)

13

Sure Blade St Nicholas Abbey (Montjeu)

11

Surumu Ars Nova (Soldier Hollow) Gereon (Next Desert) Girolamo (Dai Jin)

2 2 2

Swain Kolonel (Manduro)

LL

Taj Alriyadh Tropics (Speightstown)

3L

Trempolino Hurricane Red (Hurricane Run) Polish Vulcano (Lomitas)

L 3

Unfuwain Brendan Brackan (Big Bad Bob) Brown Panther (Shirocco) Pollyana (Whipper) Royal Blue Star (Dalakhani) Shamalgan (Footstepsinthesand) Sweet Baby Jane (Royal Applause)

3 2L 2 L 1L L

Verglas Anazone (Anabaa) Bamiyan (Kouroun) Childa (Duke Of Marmalade) Stellar Path (Astronomer Royal)

L L L L

Tauchsport Born To Run (Shirocco)

3

3

Woodman French Navy (Shamardal)

L

Xaar Snow Bell (Kendargent)

L

Smadoun Abu Sidra (Shirocco)

L 3

3

Thunder Gulch Mshawish (Medaglia D'oro)

L

Tiger Hill Elik (Dalakhani) Salut (Lomitas)

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Winged Love This Time (Zafeen)

Theatrical Lady Liberty (Shirocco) Mainsail (Oasis Dream)

Stephen Got Even Holy Warrior (Holy Roman Emperor)

Trans Island Hurryupharriet (Camacho)

3

3 2

Statue Of Liberty Rizeena (Iffraaj)

1

Tannenkonig Abendwind (Wiesenpfad)

3

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Torrential Penelopa (Giant's Causeway)

3 L

Slip Anchor Mount Athos (Montjeu) Trade Storm (Trade Fair)

Sri Pekan Jack Dexter (Orientor) Kiyoshi (Dubawi)

L

Vettori Killachy Loose (Kyllachy) Steps (Verglas)

The Minstrel Coral Mist (Bahamian Bounty)

3L 3

Top Ville Caudillo (Acatenango)

3 L

L

Spend A Buck Forgotten Voice (Danehill Dancer) Verde-Mar (Gilded Time)

L

Tale Of The Cat Amazing Maria (Mastercraftsman) Pablosky (Mastercraftsman)

Slickly Make It Reel (Country Reel)

Spectrum Birthday Prince (Areion) L Moonlight Cloud (Invincible Spirit) 1 1 1 3

Ventura Mist (Pastoral Pursuits)

Timber Country Mukhadram (Shamardal) Tirol Miss France (Dansili)

23 3

12L

Titus Livius Brown Sugar (Tamayuz) Camborne (Doyen)

33 3

L

Tobougg Biz The Nurse (Oratorio)

122L

Zafonic Princess Noor (Holy Roman Emperor) Shining Emerald (Clodovil) Zibelina (Dansili) Zamindar Kingman (Invincible Spirit) La Hoguette (Le Havre) Remote (Dansili) Sound Hearts (Sir Percy) Zieten Combat Zone (Refuse To Bend) Royal Empire (Teofilo)

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Zilzal Annecdote (Lucky Story) 3L Bold Thady Quill (Tale Of The Cat) L Eton Forever (Oratorio) L


Rathasker Stud stallions for 2014

Born To sea

Half brother to GALILEO and SEA THE STARS By Champion Sire of 2yos INVINCIBLE SPIRIT. Winner of LR Blenheim Stakes, 6f, first time out as a 2yo; also multiple Group placed at 3, including Gr.1 St James’s Palace Stakes and Gr.1 Irish Derby. Rated 122 by Timeform. Fully booked his first season with a high quality book of mares. FIRST FOALS 2014

Clodovil

Fee: €10,000

BORN TO SEA – half brother to GALILEO and SEA THE STARS

Proven Gr.1 sire by DANEHILL

2013 successes include the Gr.2 winners MORIARTY and GREGORIAN; SAN MARINO GREY (also hd 2nd to Havana Gold in the Gr.1 Prix Jean Prat) and Gr.1 placed TUTTIPAESI. His 20 individual 2yo winners in 2013 (to 17/10) include the LR winner SHINING EMERALD, KICKBOXER (Gr.3 placed), THEWANDAOFU, VALLADO and BRAZOS, etc. Yearlings have made up to €215,000. Fee: €12,000

Fast company

GREGORIAN wins the Gr.2 Hungerford Stakes

Champion UK-trained 2yo

Winner of the Gr.3 Acomb Stakes and 2nd (1⁄2l to New Approach) in the Gr.1 Dewhurst Stakes. Defeated Dark Angel, Raven’s Pass, Rio de la Plata, Campanologist, etc. Rated 126 by Timeform at 2 (1lb below New Approach). By DANEHILL DANCER out of a half sister to the dam of Gr.2 winner and Gr.1 placed HAWAJISS. First crop yearlings made €260,000, €150,000, €120,000, €100,000, etc, in 2013.

Fee: €5,000

FAST COMPANY runs New Approach close in the Gr.1 Dewhurst Stakes

Thousand Words Group winning 2yo by DANSILI

Bred on the same Danzig-Northern Dancer cross as OASIS DREAM. Sire of the Gr.3 Superior Mile and LR Guisborough Stakes winner TOP NOTCH TONTO (also 2nd Gr.1 Queen Elizabeth II Stakes) and multiple Stakes placed winner ONE WORD MORE. Fee: €4,000

Gr.1 placed TOP NOTCH TONTO wins the Gr.3 Superior Mile.

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mare of the month

Mare of the month Velda (Observatory) Dam of: Vorda

ex Viavigoni (Mark Of Esteem) ex Val D’Erica (Ashmore)

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Vorda, a daughter of Orpen, wins the Cheveley Park Stakes

amily fortunes are, of course, the foundation stones of the bloodstock industry, with a single horse able to transform fading or light bloodlines overnight. Such is the case with the family of Vorda, the exciting winner of the Cheveley Park Stakes (G1) at Newmarket’s Cambridgeshire meeting. Both cheaply bred and cheaply bought, the filly’s immediate family is more working class than bloodstock aristocracy, but now boasting a Group 1 winner, the tide is turning for her relatives. Having been purchased for just €9,000 at Arqana’s October Yearling Sale, a distinctly more blue collar affair than its glamorous sibling in August, Vorda has now earned over £265,000. Not bad work for a filly conceived off an advertised stud fee of €8,000, out of a mare who went through Arqana’s sale ring last December for only €1,500. That mare is Velda, a daughter of Observatory who was foaled in Britain but did all of her racing in Italy before embarking on a stud career in France at Haras du Thenney, the Normandy farm managed by Giulio Riva, son of the prominent Italian breeder Vittorio Riva who bought Thenney in 1972. The mare did not stray far from Haras du Thenney, twice visiting resident stallion Orpen to produce two fillies and foaling a colt, now a yearling, by Orpen’s then-stud mate Dr Fong. Both Velda and her Dr Fong foal were offered at Arqana last December, four months before Vorda scored her first success at Chantilly at the end of April.

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Such was her talent that Val D’Erica earned a trip to France to contest another Oaks, the Prix de Diane, and the move almost paid off The seven-year-old mare was carrying to Zafeen, and attracted little interest before being hammered down to an anonymous buyer for €1,500. Her Dr Fong colt was knocked down for the equally bargain basement price of €2,500 to the German trainer Ralf Rohne, in what must be one of the greatest, if surely the least intentional, pinhooks in bloodstock history. It is entirely indicative of Vorda’s exploits this season that by the time her half-brother re-visited the Deauville sales ring in August, he was the subject of a bidding war that saw him eventually snapped up for €115,000 by Hautieres Bloodstock, a storming return on that pitiful investment as a foal. By the time of that sale, Vorda had already won three of her four starts for trainer Philippe Sogorb, including two stakes successes. The most notable of those was victory in the Prix Robert Papin (G2), in which she scored by a length and a half from the Italian Listed winner Omaticaya. Just two days before her younger brother appeared in the Deauville sale ring, Vorda had also displayed her awesome talents when an excellent runner-up to No Nay Never in the Prix Morny (G1), run just across the road from the Arqana sale ring, with Rizeena, who subsequently added the Fillies’ Mile (G1) to

her Queen Mary (G2) victory, in third. She has since claimed her own Group 1 courtesy of her Cheveley Park Fillies’ Mile three-quarters of a length success from Princess Noor. She became the third French filly in the past seven years to win the race. On paper, there is no reason why Vorda should not have been a decent enough performer, but few could have forecast the heights she would scale from a cursory look at her catalogue page. Orpen did already have one European Group 1 winner to his name in the 2004 Poule d’Essai des Pouliches heroine Torrestrella and a tally of 16 stakes winners around the world, including Lingote De Oro, a Horse of the Year in Argentina. That said, he has hardly been courted by the blue bloods of Europe and Velda would certainly not have fitted that category anyway when she enjoyed her two trysts with the son of Lure. Racing in Italy, Velda ran only as a juvenile, winning twice and placing seven times, before retiring to stud. While her own race record was fairly uninspiring stuff, she was a half-sister to three winners, including the multiple winner Viamilano (Dr Fong), who triumphed in four minor races, banking just over €38,000 for connections. Her own dam, the Mark Of Esteem mare

Viavigoni, placed only once as a two-yearold, but was awarded her place at stud by dint of her stellar connections. Her halfsiblings Verardi (Mill Reef) triumphed in the Premio Ambrosiano (G3) and Vamabushi (Soviet Star) was Listed-placed, but more importantly the trio were all out of the champion Italian filly Val D’Erica. Bred by J.P.Clarke in Ireland, Val D’Erica was sired by Ashmore, winner of the Grand Prix de Deauville (G2) for the Wildenstein family, before he embarked on a stud career that began in Ireland and continued in Italy and then Germany. Val D’Erica proved her mettle at both two and three, winning seven times over her two-year career. As a juvenile her biggest success came in the Premio Dormello (G2) over a mile at San Siro, and she then became a dual Classic winner the following year when landing both the Oaks d’Italia (G1) and Italy’s 1,000 Guineas, the Premio Regina Elena (G1), in 1981. Such was her talent that Val D’Erica earned a trip to France to contest another Oaks, the Prix de Diane, and the move almost paid off as she finished runner-up to Paul Kelleway’s Madam Gay at Chantilly. Further back in the family is further top-level success in Italy – Val D’Erica’s halfsister La Conistrano is grand-dam of Artan, winner of the 1997 Premio Presidente della Repubblica (G1), in which he defeated Needle Gun. Although no great shakes at stud, Artan did sire Boccassini, winner of the 2006 Prix Robert Papin before being well-beaten behind Dutch Art in the Prix Morny. For those who like to believe that pedigree will out despite a few quiet years will feel vindicated by Vorda.

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CAPTAIN GERRARD B 2005 Oasis Dream - Delphinus (Soviet Star)

THE LEADING ENGLISH FIRST SEASON SIRE IN 2013 Sire of the winners of 22 races (20/10/13) including three time winner Limegrove, dual winners Lexington Rose, Captain Secret, Baytown Kestrel, One Boy, Lilo Lil etc. Yearlings sold for upto £46,000 Dual Group winning sprinter by OASIS DREAM. Winner of 6 races, 2-3 years and £145,408 and placed 7 times Won or placed in 9 of 10 starts as a 2yo, incl.: Won G3 Palace House Stakes, Newmarket 5f • Won G3 Cornwallis Stakes, Ascot 5f Won LR Roses Stakes,York 5f • Won LR Harry Roseberry Stakes, Ayr 5f 3rd G3 Molecomb Stakes, Goodwood, 5f • 4th G1 King’s Stand Stakes, Royal Ascot 5f By Europe’s most exciting young sire and from a family of Fast Sires Sire, Oasis Dream - Champion at 2 & 3 years, triple G1 winner, sire of Naaqoos (G1), Arcano (G1), Midday (G1), Aqlaam (G1), Power (G1), etc. Dam, Delphinus - winner and dam of 5 winners, incl. Saturn, multiple Group placed including at G1, Glocca Morra, LR placed Tern Hill, Market Drayton, Shropshire TF9 3QW Contact: Richard Kent 07973 315722 or WIlliam Huntington 07836 793581 Tel: 01630 638840 Fax: 01638 639761 Email: mickleystud@btconnect.com Website: www.mickleystud.com


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The Global Database Data supplied by Weatherbys EUROPE 779 - La Coupe de Maisons-Laffitte, G3, Maisons-Laffitte, September 20, 2000m 1 Cirrus des Aigles (FR) 7 b g Even Top (IRE) - Taille de Guepe (FR) (Septieme Ciel (USA)) 2 Vally Jem (FR) 4 b f Dylan Thomas (IRE) - Ballymena Lassie (GB) (Giant’s Causeway (USA)) 3 Smoking Sun (USA) 4 b/br c Smart Strike (CAN) - Burning Sunset (GB) (Caerleon (USA)) Age: 2-7; Starts: 47; Wins: 17; Places: 26 Earnings: £4,178,937 Sire: EVEN TOP. Sire of 1 Stakes winners. In 2013 - CIRRUS DES AIGLES Septieme Ciel G3. 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, Champion older horse in France in 2012. 17 wins at 3 to 7, 2013 at home, France, UAE, Qipco Champion S G1, Prix Ganay - Prix Air Mauritius G1, Longines Dubai Sheema Classic G1, Grand Prix de DeauvilleLucien Barriere G2, Qatar Prix Dollar G2 (twice), 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, Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud G1, Prix d’Ispahan 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 - Denis Weibel LR, Prix Matchem LR, Derby du Languedoc LR, Prix Policeman LR, 3rd Prix Ganay Prix Air Mauritius G1, Prix GontautBiron-Hong Kong Jockey Club G3, Prix Ridgway LR, Prix Pelleas LR. 2008: Kiva des Aigles (f Enrique) ran on the flat in France. Broodmare Sire: SEPTIEME CIEL. Sire of the dams of 19 Stakes winners. In 2013 - JOHNNY GUITAR Lode G1, CIRRUS DES AIGLES Even Top 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

780 - Dubai International Airport World Trophy, G3, Newbury, September 21, 5f 1 Maarek (GB) 6 b g Pivotal (GB) - Ruby Rocket (IRE) (Indian Rocket (GB)) 2 York Glory (USA) 5 gr/ro c Five Star Day (USA) - Minicolony (USA) (Pleasant Colony (USA)) 3 Kingsgate Native (IRE) 8 b g Mujadil (USA) - Native Force (IRE) (Indian Ridge) Age: 3-6; Starts: 32; Wins: 10; Places: 11 Earnings: £390,851 Sire: PIVOTAL. Sire of 105 Stakes winners. In 2013 - FARHH Lando G1, THE LARK In The Wings G2, AFRICAN STORY Gone West G3, HOT SNAP Kingmambo G3, MAAREK Indian Rocket G3, CALYXA Lando LR, PILOTE Rahy LR, QUIXOTE Devil’s Bag LR. 1st Dam: RUBY ROCKET by Indian Rocket. 5 wins at 2 to 4, Sodexho Prestige Firth of Clyde S LR, EBF Christo Philipson Boadicea S LR, 2nd Cuisine de France Summer S G3. Dam of 2 winners: 2007: MAAREK (g Pivotal) Sold 130,000gns yearling at TAOC1, 2,380gns 3yo at DNLNC, 77,996gns 4yo at GOHIT. 10 wins at 4 to 6, Qipco British Champions Sprint S G2, Betfred Mobile Lotto Chipchase S G3, Dubai International Airport World Trophy G3, Newbridge 200 Renaissance S G3, Woodlands S LR, 2nd Prix de Seine-etOise G3, Mick Ramsey Waterford Testimonial S LR, Midsummer Sprint S

LR, 3rd chrisbeekracing.com Hackwood S G3. 2008: Lady Woodcote (f Pivotal) unraced. 2009: MISSISSIPPI (g Exceed And Excel) Winner at 3. 2010: Red Baton (f Exceed And Excel) unraced to date. 2011: (f Cape Cross) 2013: (c Fastnet Rock) 2nd Dam: Geht Schnell by Fairy King. Dam of RUBY ROCKET (f Indian Rocket, see above), INZAR’S BEST (c Inzar: Kronimus Rennen LR, 2nd Prix Eclipse G3), ALEXANDER ALLIANCE (f Danetime: Flame of Tara EBF S LR), Cool Panic (g Brave Act: 2nd williamhillpoker.com Merrion S LR), Spiderback (g Redback: 3rd Winning Fair Juvenile Hurdle G2) Broodmare Sire: INDIAN ROCKET. Sire of the dams of 2 Stakes winners. In 2013 - MAAREK Pivotal G3.

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

781 - Dubai Duty Free Mill Reef Stakes, G2, Newbury, September 21, 6f 1 Supplicant (GB) 2 b c Kyllachy (GB) Pious (GB) (Bishop of Cashel (GB)) 2 Rufford (IRE) 2 b c Invincible Spirit (IRE) - Speedy Sonata (USA) (Stravinsky (USA)) 3 Hot Streak (IRE) 2 ch c Iffraaj (GB) Ashirah (USA) (Housebuster (USA)) Age: 2; Starts: 7; Wins: 4; Places: 2 Earnings: £82,379 Sire: KYLLACHY. Sire of 21 Stakes winners. In 2013 - SOLE POWER Distant View G1, SUPPLICANT Bishop of Cashel G2, PENITENT Bishop of Cashel LR, STEPPER POINT Compton Place LR. 1st Dam: PIOUS by Bishop of Cashel. 2 wins at 2 and 3. Dam of 8 winners: 2004: BLITHE (f Pivotal) Winner at 2. Broodmare. 2005: SOLEMN (g Pivotal) 10 wins at 4 to 7, 2012. 2006: PENITENT (g Kyllachy) 9 wins at 3 to 7, 2013, Bet365 Mile G2, Nayef Joel S G2, 2nd Qatar Prix de la Foret G1. 2007: DIVINE CALL (g Pivotal) 4

wins at 3 to 5. 2008: ANOINT (g Pivotal) Winner at 3. 2009: CHRISTINGLE (f Iceman) Winner at 3. 2010: MY BOY BILL (g Dutch Art) Winner at 2. 2011: SUPPLICANT (c Kyllachy) Sold 65,000gns yearling at TAOC1. 4 wins at 2, Dubai Duty Free Mill Reef S G2, EBF Ripon Champion Trophy LR, 2nd Windsor Castle S LR. 2012: Postulant (f Kyllachy) 2013: (f Dutch Art) 2nd Dam: La Cabrilla by Carwhite. 2 wins at 2, 3rd Princess Margaret S G3. Dam of TEAATRAL (g Saddlers’ Hall: Grosvenor Casinos Long Distance Hurdle G2, Rendlesham Limited H. Hurdle G2), Mister Rm (g Dominion: 2nd Dovecote Novices’ Hurdle G2) Broodmare Sire: BISHOP OF CASHEL. Sire of the dams of 5 Stakes winners. In 2013 - SUPPLICANT Kyllachy G2, PENITENT Kyllachy LR. The Kyllachy/Bishop of Cashel cross has produced: PENITENT G1, SUPPLICANT G2.

Polar Falcon Pivotal Fearless Revival KYLLACHY b 98 Song Pretty Poppy Moonlight Serenade SUPPLICANT b c 2011 Warning Bishop of Cashel Ballet Classique PIOUS b 99 Carwhite La Cabrilla La Tuerta

782 - Dubai Duty Free Legacy Cup Arc Trial, G3, Newbury, September 21, 11f 1 Camborne (GB) 5 b g Doyen (IRE) Dumnoni (GB) (Titus Livius (FR)) 2 Gifted Girl (IRE) 4 b f Azamour (IRE) Hoodwink (IRE) (Selkirk (USA)) 3 Main Sequence (USA) 4 ch g Aldebaran (USA) - Ikat (IRE) (Pivotal (GB)) Age: 3-5; Starts: 13; Wins: 6; Places: 3 Earnings: £143,773 Sire: DOYEN. Sire of 14 Stakes winners. In 2013 - VIF MONSIEUR Big Shuffle G1, ADOYA Dashing Blade G3, CAMBORNE Titus Livius G3, ORIENTAL MAGIC Big Shuffle LR, PIANA Big Shuffle LR, QUIZ MISTRESS Rainbow Quest LR, DOYLY CARTE Generous LR. 1st Dam: Dumnoni by Titus Livius. 2 wins at 2 and 3, 2nd Michael Seely

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international database Memorial Fillies’ S LR, passport2sport.co.uk Snowdrop S LR. Dam of 1 winner: 2008: CAMBORNE (g Doyen) Sold 6,000gns foal at TADEF, 34,000gns yearling at TAOC3. 6 wins at 3 to 5, Dubai Duty Free Legacy Cup Arc Trial G3, 2nd Grosvenor Cumberland Lodge S G3. 2009: Dumnonii Maid (f Motivator) unraced. 2012: (c Equiano) 2013: (c Mount Nelson) 2nd Dam: Lamees by Lomond. unraced. Dam of Dumnoni (f Titus Livius, see above), Francesco Guardi (c Robellino: 2nd Dubai Arc Trial S LR) Broodmare Sire: TITUS LIVIUS. Sire of the dams of 3 Stakes winners. In 2013 BROWN SUGAR Tamayuz G3, CAMBORNE Doyen G3.

Northern Dancer Sadler’s Wells Fairy Bridge DOYEN b 2000 Kris Moon Cactus Lady Moon CAMBORNE b g 2008 Machiavellian Titus Livius Party Doll DUMNONI b 2001 Lomond Lamees Vachti

783 - Prix du Prince d’Orange, G3, Longchamp, September 21, 2000m 1 Intello (GER) 3 b c Galileo (IRE) Impressionnante (GB) (Danehill (USA)) 2 Morandi (FR) 3 gr c Holy Roman Emperor (IRE) - Vezina (FR) (Bering) 3 Zhiyi (USA) 3 b c Henrythenavigator (USA) - Burning Sunset (GB) (Caerleon (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 8; Wins: 6; Places: 2 Earnings: £913,885 Sire: GALILEO. Sire of 156 Stakes winners. In 2013 - INTELLO Danehill G1, LINTON Centaine G1, MAGICIAN Mozart G1, ROMANTICA Danehill G1, RULER OF THE WORLD Kingmambo G1, BATTLE OF MARENGO Green Desert G2, TAPESTRY Danehill G2, TELESCOPE Darshaan G2, ALTANO Lando G3, AUSTRALIA Cape Cross G3, DAVID LIVINGSTON Indian Ridge G3, ERNEST HEMINGWAY Darshaan G3, FEEL LIKE DANCING Darshaan G3, FLYING THE FLAG Pivotal G3, RAIN GAL Hurricane Sky G3, SAY Dynaformer G3, SCINTILLULA Danehill G3, STARSTRUCK Big Shuffle G3, THE UNITED STATES Pivotal G3, WONDERFULLY Danehill G3, CAMERON HIGHLAND Arch LR, EYE OF THE STORM Shirley Heights LR,

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INDIAN MAHARAJA Danehill Dancer LR, LAGO MINTO Saumarez LR, LEO GALI Darshaan LR, NOBLE MISSION Danehill LR, SECRET GESTURE Danehill LR, SUN CENTRAL Alysheba LR, VANISHING CUPID Alysheba LR, CELESTIAL HALO High Top LR, WELLS Rodrigo de Triano LR. 1st Dam: IMPRESSIONNANTE by Danehill. 3 wins at 2 and 3 in France, Prix de Sandringham- Mitsubishi Motors G2, 2nd Gainsborough Poule d’Essai des Pouliches G1, Prix d’Astarte G1. Dam of 1 winner: 2009: Intelleto (c Pivotal) 2010: INTELLO (c Galileo) 6 wins at 2 and 3 at home, France, Prix du Jockey Club G1, Prix du Prince d’Orange G3, Prix Messidor G3, Ebmpapst Feilden S LR, 3rd Poule d’Essai des Poulains Le Parisien G1, P. Fresnay le Buffard Jacques Le Marois G1. 2011: No Mood (c Monsun) unraced to date. 2nd Dam: OCCUPANDISTE by Kaldoun. Champion older mare in France in 1997. 6 wins at 2 and 4 in France Prix de la Foret G1, Prix Maurice de Gheest G1. Dam of IMPRESSIONNANTE (f Danehill, see above), ONLY ANSWER (f Green Desert: Prix de Saint-Georges G3, Qatar Prix du Petit Couvert G3), Mondialiste (c Galileo: 3rd Prix Jean Prat G1) Broodmare Sire: DANEHILL. Sire of the dams of 231 Stakes winners. In 2013 - FENOMENO Stay Gold G1, INTELLO Galileo G1, MORE THAN SACRED More Than Ready G1, ROMANTICA Galileo G1, RUUD AWAKENING Bernardini G1, FIX Iffraaj G2, MULAAZEM Dubai Destination G2, STAR OF GISELLE Reset G2, TAPESTRY Galileo G2, BERLING Montjeu G3, CUSTOM CUT Notnowcato G3, INTEGRAL Dalakhani G3, LADYS FIRST Dutch Art G3, MOREISH More Than Ready G3, ROMANTIC MOON More Than Ready G3, ROYAL DIAMOND King’s Best G3, SCINTILLULA Galileo G3, SUGAR BOY Authorized G3, TREBLE JIG Gone West G3, WONDERFULLY Galileo G3, ARTISTIC JEWEL Excellent Art LR, CIHANIM Bin Ajwaad LR, GOLD SAND Footstepsinthesand LR, GOOD BABY Hussonet LR, GREY GREEZLY Red Rocks LR, JOLIE BLONDE Testa Rossa LR, JOYEUSE Oasis Dream LR, LEHAAF Excellent Art LR, MR BIG Elusive Quality LR, NOBLE MISSION Galileo LR, PALE MIMOSA Singspiel LR, RACING EIGHT Mossman LR, READY TO RIP More Than Ready LR, SECRET GESTURE Galileo LR, SIYENICA Azamour LR, STEINBECK Footstepsinthesand LR, UNDER THE EIFFEL Mossman LR, INISH ISLAND Trans Island LR. The Galileo/Danehill cross has produced: BANC DE FORTUNE G1, CIMA DE TRIOMPHE G1, CUIS GHAIRE

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G1, FRANKEL G1, GOLDEN LILAC G1, INTELLO G1, MAYBE G1, RODERIC O’CONNOR G1, ROMANTICA G1, SCINTILLULA G1, SECRET GESTURE G1, TAPESTRY G1, TEOFILO G1, NOBLE MISSION G2, REEM G2, CRYSTAL GAL G3, LAGALP G3, SIDERA G3, WONDERFULLY G3, MISS GALILEI LR, VIA GALILEI LR, Galileo’s Destiny G1, Gile Na Greine G1, Mars G1, The Assayer G1, Brightest G3, Claiomh Solais G3, Marksmanship G3, Acteur Celebre LR, Amerique LR, Pageboy LR.

dams of 74 Stakes winners. In 2013 ECTOT Hurricane Run G3, LESSTALK IN PARIS Cape Cross G3, MAUREEN Holy Roman Emperor G3, VALIRANN Nayef G3, MILA Cape Cross LR, ROOTHAM TRIPLE E’S Weather Warning LR, DIAKALI Sinndar LR, KHALSHANI Kahyasi LR, PRINCIPE DEL MARE Shirocco LR. The Hurricane Run/Linamix cross has produced: ECTOT G3, Ballybacka Queen LR.

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

784 - Prix des Chenes, G3, Longchamp, September 21, 1600m 1 Ectot (GB) 2 b c Hurricane Run (IRE) Tonnara (IRE) (Linamix (FR)) 2 Elliptique (IRE) 2 br c New Approach (IRE) - Uryale (FR) (Kendor (FR)) 3 Daraybi (FR) 2 b c Street Cry (IRE) Daryaba (IRE) (Night Shift (USA)) Age: 2; Starts: 4; Wins: 3; Places: 1 Earnings: £95,772 Sire: HURRICANE RUN. Sire of 19 Stakes winners. In 2013 - ECTOT Linamix G3, BANOFFEE Anabaa LR, BUNKER Green Desert LR, HURRICANE RED Trempolino LR. 1st Dam: Tonnara by Linamix. ran on the flat in France at 2 and 3. Dam of 3 winners: 2008: MERVILLE (f Montjeu) 2 wins at 3 in France. Broodmare. 2009: MOST IMPROVED (c Lawman) 2 wins at 2 and 3, St James’s Palace S G1, 3rd Dubai Dewhurst S G1. 2011: ECTOT (c Hurricane Run) Sold 59,523gns yearling at ARAUG. 3 wins at 2 in France, Prix des Chenes G3, Criterium du Fonds Europeen de L’Elevage LR. 2012: (f Nayef ) 2013: (f Invincible Spirit) 2nd Dam: MAHALIA by Danehill. 2 wins at 2 and 3 in France Prix Imprudence LR. Dam of ALBISOLA (f Montjeu: Prix de Flore G3, 3rd Prix de Sandringham G2), Bufera (f King’s Best: 3rd Prix des Reservoirs-Haras d’Etreham G3) Broodmare Sire: LINAMIX. Sire of the

Montjeu Floripedes HURRICANE RUN b 2002 Surumu Hold On Hone ECTOT b c 2011 Mendez Linamix Lunadix TONNARA gr 2003 Danehill Mahalia Maresca

785 - William Hill Firth of Clyde Stakes, G3, Ayr, September 21, 6f 1 Coral Mist (GB) 2 ch f Bahamian Bounty (GB) - Treasure Trove (USA) (The Minstrel (CAN)) 2 Hoku (IRE) 2 b f Holy Roman Emperor (IRE) - Scylla Cadeaux (IRE) (Cadeaux Genereux) 3 Ventura Mist (GB) 2 ch f Pastoral Pursuits (GB) - Kerry’s Dream (GB) (Tobougg (IRE)) Age: 2; Starts: 3; Wins: 2; Places: 1 Earnings: £38,861 Sire: BAHAMIAN BOUNTY. Sire of 25 Stakes winners. In 2013 - ANJAAL Peintre Celebre G2, CORAL MIST The Minstrel G3, FIG ROLL Acclamation LR. 1st Dam: Treasure Trove by The Minstrel. Dam of 8 winners: 1993: Mi Tesoro (f Careafolie) unraced. Dam of TESORILLA CLASS (f In Class: 11 wins in Argentina, Clasico General Francisco B Bosch LR, Clasico Espana LR, Clasico General Guemes LR, 2nd G.P. Felix de Alzaga UnzueInternacional G1) 1994: Treasure Danzig (f Its Good) unraced. Broodmare. 1998: ZHITOMIR (g Lion Cavern) 9 wins. 1999: TOYLSOME (c Cadeaux Genereux). 16 wins at 3 to 8 in France, Germany, P. de la Foret Casino Barriere Biarritz G1. Sire. 2000: Saturnalia (f Cadeaux Genereux) ran a few times. Broodmare. 2002: Francis Drake (c Machiavellian) 2004: WHAT A TREASURE (f Cadeaux Genereux) 2 wins at 3. Dam of


international database HOARDING (c Elusive Quality: 3 wins at 2 and 3, coral.co.uk Fairway S LR) 2005: WOOLFALL TREASURE (g Daylami) 8 wins. 2006: PLAYWITHMYHEART (f Diktat) Winner at 2 in France. Broodmare. 2007: HUNTINGFORTREASURE (g Pastoral Pursuits) Winner at 3. 2008: Titian Queen (f Tobougg) ran 3 times. Broodmare. 2009: DUTCH DIAMOND (f Dutch Art) Winner at 3. 2011: CORAL MIST (f Bahamian Bounty) Sold 15,000gns foal at TADEF, 43,650gns yearling at GOOY1. 2 wins at 2, William Hill Firth of Clyde S G3. 2nd Dam: RIVER JIG by Irish River. 2 wins at 2 and 3 at home, Italy Premio Fausta LR, 2nd Criterium Femminile G3. Dam of DANCE PARADE (f Gone West: Buena Vista S G2), OCEAN QUEEN (f Zilzal: Bay Meadows Breeders’ Cup Derby G3), JIG (f Catrail: La Zanzara S LR), Western Reel (f Gone West: 3rd Ritz Club Fern Hill Rated H LR). Grandam of LEADING LIGHT, Warwick Avenue, Midnight Mischief, Bicoastal, Mr Irons, Klondike Kate. Third dam of GREEN SUPREME. Broodmare Sire: THE MINSTREL. Sire of the dams of 125 Stakes winners. In 2013 - SWAGGER JACK Smart Strike G1, CORAL MIST Bahamian Bounty G3.

Young Generation Cadeaux Genereux Smarten Up BAHAMIAN BOUNTY ch 94 Ballad Rock Clarentia Laharden CORAL MIST ch f 2011 Northern Dancer The Minstrel Fleur TREASURE TROVE ch 89 Irish River River Jig Baronova

786 - Premio Federico Tesio, G2, Milan, September 22, 2200m 1 Biz The Nurse (IRE) 3 b c Oratorio (IRE) - Biz Bar (GB) (Tobougg (IRE)) 2 Orsino (GER) 6 b c Mamool (IRE) Orosole (GER) (Platini (GER)) 3 Wild Wolf (IRE) 4 b c Rail Link (GB) Mary Rose (ITY) (Royal Academy (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 6; Wins: 5; Places: 0 Earnings: £422,517 Sire: ORATORIO. Sire of 38 Stakes winners. In 2013 - BIZ THE NURSE Tobougg G1, RAVE Dancing Brave G1, VIZTORIA Darshaan G2, MOONWALK IN PARIS Singspiel G3, ALONG CAME CASEY Pleasant Tap LR, CHALNETTA Johann Quatz LR, ETON FOREVER Zilzal LR, HIGH DUTY Montjeu LR,

ORATORIO LATINO Sadler’s Wells LR, OTTIMO Octagonal LR, RIOCETTO Canny Lad LR, ROSINA BELLA Giant’s Causeway LR, SCIOLINA Carson City LR, SCREAM BLUE MURDER Bluebird LR, TALIP HAN Sky Classic LR, TECHNOKRAT Enrique LR. 1st Dam: BIZ BAR by Tobougg. 2 wins at 2 in Italy, Criterium Femminile LR. Dam of 1 winner: 2010: BIZ THE NURSE (c Oratorio) Sold 32,840gns yearling at ITSEP. 5 wins at 2 and 3 in Italy, Gran Premio di Milano G1, Derby Italiano Better G2, Premio Federico Tesio G2, Premio Botticelli LR. 2011: Cospirator (c Ivan Denisovich) unraced to date. 2012: (c Arcano) 2nd Dam: ULANOVA by Trempolino. 3 wins at 3 and 4 in Italy. Dam of BIZ BAR (f Tobougg, see above) Broodmare Sire: TOBOUGG. Sire of the dams of 1 Stakes winners. In 2013 BIZ THE NURSE Oratorio G1.

RICH TAPESTRY Sadler’s Wells LR, SMARTYS EMPERORESS Smile LR. 1st Dam: MANGO MISCHIEF by Desert King. 5 wins, Oakgrove Stud Golden Daffodil S G3. Dam of 1 winner: 2009: Vexatious (f Shamardal) unraced. Broodmare. 2010: MANGO DIVA (f Holy Roman Emperor) 3 wins at 3, D. C. Lavarack & Lanwades Stud S G3, EBF Upavon S LR, 2nd Cantor Fitzgerald Heron S LR. 2013: (f Holy Roman Emperor) 2nd Dam: EUROLINK MISCHIEF by Be My Chief. 1 win at 3. Dam of MANGO MISCHIEF (f Desert King, see above), EUROLINK RAINDANCE (f Alzao: Wilshire H G3), Bonecrusher (g Revoque: 3rd Weatherbys Bank Doonside Cup LR, James Seymour S LR) Broodmare Sire: DESERT KING. Sire of the dams of 9 Stakes winners. In 2013 MANGO DIVA Holy Roman Emperor G3.

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

787 - D. C. Lavarack & Lanwades Stud Stakes, G3, Gowran Park, September 22, 9f 1 Mango Diva (GB) 3 b f Holy Roman Emperor (IRE) - Mango Mischief (IRE) (Desert King (IRE)) 2 Uleavemebreathless (GB) 3 b f Tiger Hill (IRE) - Sovereign Abbey (IRE) (Royal Academy (USA)) 3 Scintillula (IRE) 3 b f Galileo (IRE) Scribonia (IRE) (Danehill (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 6; Wins: 3; Places: 2 Earnings: £73,893 Sire: HOLY ROMAN EMPEROR. Sire of 32 Stakes winners. In 2013 - AMARILLO Royal Academy G3, LEITIR MOR Galileo G3, MANGO DIVA Desert King G3, MAUREEN Linamix G3, OCTAVIA Brocco G3, PRINCESS NOOR Zafonic G3, VICTORY LAUREL Fasliyev G3, WILSHIRE BOULEVARD Machiavellian G3, CANNON HILL Selkirk LR, CHARLES THE GREAT Barathea LR, HOLY WARRIOR Stephen Got Even LR, MY PROPELLER Dr Fong LR, PINTURICCHIO Peintre Celebre LR,

Danehill Razyana HOLY ROMAN EMPEROR b 2004 Secretariat L’On Vite Fanfreluche MANGO DIVA b f 2010 Danehill Desert King Sabaah MANGO MISCHIEF ch 2001 Be My Chief Eurolink Mischief Lady Eurolink

788 - Preis von Europa, G1, Cologne, September 22, 2400m 1 Meandre (FR) 5 gr c Slickly (FR) Penne (FR) (Sevres Rose (IRE)) 2 Vif Monsieur (GER) 3 b c Doyen (IRE) Vive Madame (GER) (Big Shuffle (USA)) 3 Earl of Tinsdal (GER) 5 b c Black Sam Bellamy (IRE) - Earthly Paradise (GER) (Dashing Blade) Age: 2-5; Starts: 23; Wins: 6; Places: 11 Earnings: £1,059,286 Sire: SLICKLY. Sire of 14 Stakes winners. In 2013 - MEANDRE Sevres Rose G1, LE RING Johann Quatz LR, SANTA PONSA Sendawar LR. 1st Dam: Penne by Sevres Rose. 2 wins at 3 in France, 2nd Prix de Thiberville LR, Prix Occitanie LR. Dam of 1 winner: 2008: MEANDRE (c Slickly) Champion older horse in Germany in 2012. 6 wins at 3 to 5 in France, Germany, Juddmonte Grand Prix de Paris G1, Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud G1, Grosser Preis von Berlin G1, Preis von Europa G1, Prix de l’Avre LR, 2nd Qatar Prix Foy G2, Qatar Prix Niel G2, La

Coupe G3, 3rd Longines Grosser Preis von Baden G1, Grosser Preis von Berlin G1, Longines Hong Kong Vase G1. 2009: Ondoyante (f Slickly) ran on the flat in France. 2010: Warm Vintage (c Rock of Gibraltar) 2012: (f Mount Nelson) 2013: (c Slickly) 2nd Dam: UNE PENSEE by Kenmare. 1 win in France. Dam of Penne (f Sevres Rose, see above). Grandam of GRIS TENDRE. Broodmare Sire: SEVRES ROSE. Sire of the dams of 1 Stakes winners. In 2013 MEANDRE Slickly G1.

Mendez Linamix Lunadix SLICKLY gr 96 Conquistador Cielo Slipstream Queen Country Queen MEANDRE gr c 2008 Caerleon Sevres Rose Indian Rose PENNE b 2003 Kenmare Une Pensee Cleophis

789 - Somerville Tattersall Stakes, G3, Newmarket, September 26, 7f 1 Miracle of Medinah (GB) 2 ch c Milk It Mick (GB) - Smart Ass (IRE) (Shinko Forest (IRE)) 2 Cable Bay (IRE) 2 b c Invincible Spirit (IRE) - Rose de France (IRE) (Diktat (GB)) 3 Nezar (IRE) 2 ch g Mastercraftsman (IRE) - Teddy Bears Picnic (GB) (Oasis Dream (GB)) Age: 2; Starts: 8; Wins: 4; Places: 1 Earnings: £55,618 Sire: MILK IT MICK. Sire of 1 Stakes winners. In 2013 - MIRACLE OF MEDINAH Shinko Forest G3. 1st Dam: SMART ASS by Shinko Forest. 5 wins at 3 and 4 inc. NGK Spark Plugs Handicap, Newmarket. Dam of 3 winners: 2008: (c Kyllachy) 2009: TORRE SARACENA (f Footstepsinthesand) Winner at 3 in Italy. 2010: AL GHARRAFA (f Dutch Art) Winner at 2. 2011: MIRACLE OF MEDINAH (c Milk It Mick) Sold 2,857gns yearling at DNFES. 4 wins at 2, Somerville Tattersall S G3, Compton Estates Rose Bowl S LR. 2012: (c Misu Bond) 2013: (f Mullionmileanhour) Broodmare Sire: SHINKO FOREST. Sire of the dams of 2 Stakes winners. In

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Cyrano de Bergerac Millkom Good Game MILK IT MICK b 2001 Komaite Lunar Music Lucky Candy MIRACLE OF MEDINAH ch c 2011 Green Desert Shinko Forest Park Express SMART ASS b 2003 Sabrehill Jayess Elle Sorayah

790 - Shadwell Fillies’ Mile Stakes, G1, Newmarket, September 27, 8f 1 Chriselliam (IRE) 2 b f Iffraaj (GB) Danielli (IRE) (Danehill (USA)) 2 Rizeena (IRE) 2 b f Iffraaj (GB) Serena’s Storm (IRE) (Statue of Liberty (USA)) 3 Ihtimal (IRE) 2 b f Shamardal (USA) Eastern Joy (GB) (Dubai Destination (USA)) Age: 2; Starts: 5; Wins: 2; Places: 1 Earnings: £112,343 Sire: IFFRAAJ. Sire of 17 Stakes winners. In 2013 - CHRISELLIAM Danehill G1, RIZEENA Statue of Liberty G1, FIX Danehill G2, DIBAJJ Royal Applause G3, SO WOTIF Geiger Counter G3, HOT STREAK Housebuster LR, IF I CAN I CAN Zabeel LR, KISSES Marscay LR. 1st Dam: Danielli by Danehill. Dam of 3 winners: 2007: AKULA (g Soviet Star) 2 wins over hurdles. 2008: Janicellaine (f Beat Hollow) 2 wins, 2nd Flaming Page S LR, 3rd My Charmer H G3. 2009: Baile Atha Cliath (g Barathea) 2011: CHRISELLIAM (f Iffraaj) Sold 40,000gns yearling at TAOC2. 2 wins at 2, Shadwell Fillies’ Mile S G1, 2nd Betfred TV Ascendant S LR. 2012: (f Lope de Vega) 2013: (c Lope de Vega) 2nd Dam: INGABELLE by Taufan. 3 wins at 2 to 4 Keeneland Phoenix Sprint S G3. Dam of EVA’S REQUEST (f Soviet Star: Premio Lydia Tesio Shadwell - Tris Int G1), PRIORY BELLE (f Priolo: Moyglare Stud S G1), WILD BLUEBELL (f Bluebird: Coolmore Stud Concorde S G3). Grandam of KILTUBBER, Il Pirata, Cool Judgement. Third dam of FOX HUNT, ANAM ALLTA. Broodmare Sire: DANEHILL. Sire of the dams of 232 Stakes winners. In

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2013 - CHRISELLIAM Iffraaj G1, FENOMENO Stay Gold G1, INTELLO Galileo G1, MORE THAN SACRED More Than Ready G1, ROMANTICA Galileo G1, RUUD AWAKENING Bernardini G1, FIX Iffraaj G2, MULAAZEM Dubai Destination G2, STAR OF GISELLE Reset G2, TAPESTRY Galileo G2, BERLING Montjeu G3, CUSTOM CUT Notnowcato G3, INTEGRAL Dalakhani G3, LADYS FIRST Dutch Art G3, MOREISH More Than Ready G3, ROMANTIC MOON More Than Ready G3, ROYAL DIAMOND King’s Best G3, SCINTILLULA Galileo G3, SUGAR BOY Authorized G3, TREBLE JIG Gone West G3, WONDERFULLY Galileo G3, ARTISTIC JEWEL Excellent Art LR, CIHANIM Bin Ajwaad LR, GOLD SAND Footstepsinthesand LR, GOOD BABY Hussonet LR, GREY GREEZLY Red Rocks LR, JOLIE BLONDE Testa Rossa LR, JOYEUSE Oasis Dream LR, LEHAAF Excellent Art LR, MR BIG Elusive Quality LR, NOBLE MISSION Galileo LR, PALE MIMOSA Singspiel LR, RACING EIGHT Mossman LR, READY TO RIP More Than Ready LR, SECRET GESTURE Galileo LR, SIYENICA Azamour LR, STEINBECK Footstepsinthesand LR, UNDER THE EIFFEL Mossman LR, INISH ISLAND Trans Island LR. The Iffraaj/Danehill cross has produced: CHRISELLIAM G1, FIX G1, Liberating LR.

Gone West Zafonic Zaizafon IFFRAAJ b 2001 Nureyev Pastorale Park Appeal CHRISELLIAM b f 2011 Danzig Danehill Razyana DANIELLI b 2002 Taufan Ingabelle Bodelle

791 - Nayef Joel Stakes, G2, Newmarket, September 27, 8f 1 Soft Falling Rain (SAF) 4 b c National Assembly (CAN) - Gardener’s Delight (USA) (Giant’s Causeway (USA)) 2 Montiridge (IRE) 3 b c Ramonti (FR) Elegant Ridge (IRE) (Indian Ridge) 3 Premio Loco (USA) 9 ch g Prized (USA) - Crazee Mental (GB) (Magic Ring (IRE)) Age: 4-7990; Starts: 10; Wins: 9; Places: 1 Earnings: £571,803 Sire: NATIONAL ASSEMBLY. Sire of 57 Stakes winners. In 2013 - SOFT FALLING RAIN Giant’s Causeway G2. 1st Dam: GARDENER’S DELIGHT by Giant’s Causeway. Winner in South Africa. Dam of 3 winners:

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2008: ROSE GARDEN (f Spectrum) 2 wins in South Africa. 2009: SOFT FALLING RAIN (c National Assembly) Champion 2yr old colt in South Africa in 2011-12. 9 wins at home, South Africa, UAE, The South African Nursery G1, Nayef Joel S G2, Etisalat Godolphin Mile G2, Al Tayer Motors UAE 2000 Guineas G3, Storm Bird S LR, 2nd Betfred Hungerford S G2. 2010: MY NEPHEW ERIC (c Sail From Seattle) Winner in South Africa. 2011: Splendid Garden (c Black Minnaloushe) unraced to date. 2nd Dam: HIGHBURY by Seattle Slew. 2 wins at 3 in France. Grandam of PARTNERS STAR. Broodmare Sire: GIANT’S CAUSEWAY. Sire of the dams of 25 Stakes winners. In 2013 - ESCADO Casino Prince G1, VERRAZANO More Than Ready G1, PRINCIPE ADEPTO Dubawi G2, SOFT FALLING RAIN National Assembly G2, UNIVERSAL Dubawi G2, PLANTEUR Danehill Dancer G3, PLATINUM KINGDOM Magnus G3, DUCHESS LEMONADE Duke of Marmalade LR, ROSINA BELLA Oratorio LR, VALLY JEM Dylan Thomas LR, ARGOCAT Montjeu LR.

Northern Dancer Danzig Pas de Nom NATIONAL ASSEMBLY b 84 Buckpasser Renounce Bold Princess SOFT FALLING RAIN b c 2009 Storm Cat Giant’s Causeway Mariah’s Storm GARDENER’S DELIGHT ch 2003 Seattle Slew Highbury Quillummo

792 - Aqlaam Oh So Sharp Stakes, G3, Newmarket, September 27, 7f 1 Miss France (IRE) 2 b f Dansili (GB) Miss Tahiti (IRE) (Tirol) 2 Lightning Thunder (GB) 2 b f Dutch Art (GB) - Sweet Coincidence (GB) (Mujahid (USA)) 3 Sweet Acclaim (IRE) 2 b f Acclamation (GB) - Wildsplash (USA) (Deputy Minister (CAN)) Age: 2; Starts: 3; Wins: 2; Places: 0 Earnings: £34,473 Sire: DANSILI. Sire of 86 Stakes winners. In 2013 - DANK Darshaan G1, FLINTSHIRE Sadler’s Wells G1, FORETELLER Warning G1, LAUGHING Be My Chief G1, THE FUGUE Sadler’s Wells G1, WINSILI Pivotal G1, RIPOSTE Rainbow Quest G2, THOMAS CHIPPENDALE Sadler’s Wells G2, VANCOUVERITE Selkirk G2, MISS FRANCE Tirol G3, REMOTE Zamindar G3, ZIBELINA Zafonic G3, DANCE MOVES Sadler’s Wells LR, DISCLAIMER

Sadler’s Wells LR, MAKING EYES Distant View LR, NEVIS Dalakhani LR, RENEW Sadler’s Wells LR, TESTOSTERONE Sadler’s Wells LR, CASCAVEL Rainbow Quest LR. 1st Dam: MISS TAHITI by Tirol. Champion 2yr old filly in France in 1995. 2 wins at 2 in France, P.Marcel Boussac-Criterium des Pouliches G1, 2nd Prix de Diane Hermes G1, Prix Saint-Alary G1, 3rd Prix Vermeille G1. Dam of 5 winners: 1998: Maximum Security (c Sadler’s Wells) 3 wins at 3 and 5 in France, 2nd Prix de Reux LR, Prix Right Royal LR. Sire. 1999: MER DE CORAIL (f Sadler’s Wells) 2 wins at 4 in France, Prix d’Automne LR, Coupe du Fonds Europeen de l’Elevage LR, 2nd Prix de Royaumont G3. Dam of ALSACE LORRAINE (f Giant’s Causeway: 5 wins at 4 and 5, EBF Upavon S LR) 2000: Miss Hawai (f Peintre Celebre) unraced. Dam of BEACH BUNNY (f High Chaparral: 3 wins at 3, Dance Design S LR, 2nd Audi Pretty Polly S G1) 2001: MALEVITCH (c Exit To Nowhere) 2 wins at 2 in France. 2002: Maori King (c Spectrum) 2003: Miss Russia (f Sadler’s Wells) unraced. 2005: MISSION SECRETE (f Galileo) Winner at 3 in France. Broodmare. 2008: Memling (c Galileo) 2009: Mataiea (c Danehill Dancer) ran on the flat in France. 2011: MISS FRANCE (f Dansili) 2 wins at 2 at home, France, Aqlaam Oh So Sharp S G3. 2013: (c High Chaparral) 2nd Dam: MINI LUTHE by Luthier. 1 win at 3 in France. Dam of MISS TAHITI (f Tirol, see above). Grandam of ENGLAND’S LEGEND. Broodmare Sire: TIROL. Sire of the dams of 25 Stakes winners. In 2013 MISS FRANCE Dansili G3, EMPEROR’S CROWN Always A Rainbow LR, HIGHLY REGARDED Always A Rainbow LR, MAPLE STAR Mull of Kintyre LR, ROCK ON RUBY Oscar LR.

Danzig Danehill Razyana DANSILI b 96 Kahyasi Hasili Kerali MISS FRANCE b f 2011 Thatching Tirol Alpine Niece MISS TAHITI b 93 Luthier Mini Luthe Minifer


international database 793 - Kingdom of Bahrain Sun Chariot Stakes, G1, Newmarket, September 28, 8f 1 Sky Lantern (IRE) 3 gr/ro f Red Clubs (IRE) - Shawanni (GB) (Shareef Dancer (USA)) 2 Integral (GB) 3 b f Dalakhani (IRE) Echelon (GB) (Danehill (USA)) 3 Duntle (IRE) 4 ch f Danehill Dancer (IRE) - Lady Angola (USA) (Lord At War (ARG)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 12; Wins: 6; Places: 4 Earnings: £791,868 Sire: RED CLUBS. Sire of 5 Stakes winners. In 2013 - SKY LANTERN Shareef Dancer G1, VEDELAGO Marju G1. 1st Dam: SHAWANNI by Shareef Dancer. Winner at 2. Dam of 10 winners: 1998: MYSTIC MAN (g Cadeaux Genereux) 14 wins at 3 to 9. 1999: TWILIGHT SONNET (f Exit To Nowhere) 2 wins at 2. Broodmare. 2000: SHANTY STAR (g Hector Protector) 4 wins at 2, 3 and 6 at home, UAE, Queen’s Vase G3. 2001: Shazana (f Key of Luck) ran 3 times and ran once over hurdles. Broodmare. 2002: SHARABY (f Cadeaux Genereux) 2 wins at 3. Broodmare. 2003: LUCKY TOKEN (f Key of Luck) Winner at 3. Broodmare. 2004: HINTON ADMIRAL (g Spectrum) 16 wins to 2012, ladbrokes.com Doncaster S LR, betdirectuk.com Spring Cup LR. 2005: SUMMER GAMES (f Storming Home) 2 wins at 4 in UAE. 2006: Scarlet Empire (f Red Ransom) unraced. Broodmare. 2007: ARCTIC (g Shamardal) 4 wins at 2 and 5, Go And Go Round Tower S G3. 2008: Shropshire (g Shamardal) 3 wins at 2 and 4, 3rd totesport.com Greenham S G3. SKY LANTERN (f Red 2010: Clubs) Sold 61,576gns yearling at GOOY1. 6 wins at 2 and 3, Coronation S G1, Moyglare Stud S G1, Qipco 1000 Guineas G1, Kingdom of Bahrain Sun Chariot S G1, Coolmore Stud EBF Sprint S LR, 2nd Etihad Airways Falmouth S G1, Lanwades Stud Nell Gwyn S G3, Whiteley Clinic Prestige S G3, germantb.com Sweet Solera S G3. 2nd Dam: NEGLIGENT by Ahonoora. Champion 2yr old filly in England in 1989. 1 win at 2 Bottisham Heath Stud Rockfel S G3, 3rd General Accident 1000 Guineas G1. Own sister to Ala Mahlik. Dam of BLATANT (g Machiavellian: Shadwell Farm Sheikh Maktoum Challenge I G3, 2nd Premio Vittorio di Capua G1, 3rd Barclays PLC

Queen Elizabeth II S G1), SONGLARK (g Singspiel: Prix Thomas Bryon G3, 2nd UAE Derby G2). Grandam of FLEET STREET, So Belle, Silver Grey. Broodmare Sire: SHAREEF DANCER. Sire of the dams of 67 Stakes winners. In 2013 - SKY LANTERN Red Clubs G1, DANCER DESTINATION Dubai Destination G3, WILLPOWER Victory Gallop LR. Roberto Red Ransom Arabia RED CLUBS br 2003 First Trump Two Clubs Miss Cindy SKY LANTERN gr/ro f 2010 Northern Dancer Shareef Dancer Sweet Alliance SHAWANNI gr 93 Ahonoora Negligent Negligence

794 - Juddmonte Royal Lodge Stakes, G2, Newmarket, September 28, 8f 1 Berkshire (IRE) 2 b c Mount Nelson (GB) - Kinnaird (IRE) (Dr Devious (IRE)) 2 Somewhat (USA) 2 b c Dynaformer (USA) - Sometime (IRE) (Royal Academy (USA)) 3 Sir Jack Layden (GB) 2 b c Sir Percy (GB) - Barawin (IRE) (Hawk Wing (USA)) Age: 2; Starts: 3; Wins: 2; Places: 1 Earnings: £91,361 Sire: MOUNT NELSON. Sire of 4 Stakes winners. In 2013 - BERKSHIRE Dr Devious G2, MOHAVE PRINCESS Fusaichi Pegasus LR, NINJAGO Mountain Cat LR. 1st Dam: KINNAIRD by Dr Devious. 6 wins at 2 and 4 at home, France, Prix de l’Opera Casino Barriere Enghien G1. Dam of 3 winners: 2007: KEENES ROYALE (f Red Ransom) 3 wins at 3. Broodmare. 2008: Green Pearl (g Green Desert) 2009: KEENE DANCER (f Danehill Dancer) 3 wins. 2010: Scarborough Fair (f Pivotal) unraced to date. 2011: BERKSHIRE (c Mount Nelson) Sold 60,000gns yearling at TAOC2. 2 wins at 2, Juddmonte Royal Lodge S G2, Chesham S LR. 2013: (c Cacique) 2nd Dam: Ribot’s Guest by Be My Guest. ran on the flat in Italy at 3. Dam of KINNAIRD (f Dr Devious, see above), MICKDAAM (c Dubawi: MBNA Chester Vase G3) Broodmare Sire: DR DEVIOUS. Sire of the dams of 20 Stakes winners. In 2013 - BERKSHIRE Mount Nelson G2, MIDNIGHT SOPRANO Celtic Swing G3,

MAMMA GIOVANNA Windsor Knot LR, SEAL OF APPROVAL Authorized LR, WASHAAR Kodiac LR. Danehill Rock of Gibraltar Offshore Boom MOUNT NELSON b 2004 Selkirk Independence Yukon Hope BERKSHIRE b c 2011 Ahonoora Dr Devious Rose of Jericho KINNAIRD ch 2001 Be My Guest Ribot’s Guest Raysiya

795 - Connollys Red Mills Cheveley Park Stakes, G1, Newmarket, September 28, 6f 1 Vorda (FR) 2 b f Orpen (USA) - Velda (GB) (Observatory (USA)) 2 Princess Noor (IRE) 2 b f Holy Roman Emperor (IRE) - Gentle Night (GB) (Zafonic (USA)) 3 Kiyoshi (GB) 2 b f Dubawi (IRE) Mocca (IRE) (Sri Pekan (USA)) Age: 2; Starts: 5; Wins: 4; Places: 1 Earnings: £265,421 Sire: ORPEN. Sire of 74 Stakes winners. In 2013 - KOLLER Southern Halo G1, SABAYON Fitzcarraldo G1, VORDA Observatory G1, ORPELLO Almutawakel G3, DAVIDE Rainbow Corner LR, PRESTIGE VENDOME Dr Fong LR. 1st Dam: VELDA by Observatory. 2 wins at 2 in Italy. Dam of 1 winner: 2010: Ysper (f Orpen) 2011: VORDA (f Orpen) Sold 7,142gns yearling at AROCT. 4 wins at 2 at home, France, Connollys Red Mills Cheveley Park S G1, Prix Robert Papin G2, Prix La Fleche LR, 2nd Darley Prix Morny G1. 2012: (c Dr Fong) Broodmare Sire: OBSERVATORY. Sire of the dams of 1 Stakes winners. In 2013 - VORDA Orpen G1. Danzig Lure Endear ORPEN b 96 Devil’s Bag Bonita Francita Raise The Standard VORDA b f 2011 Distant View Observatory Stellaria VELDA ch 2006 Mark of Esteem Viavigoni Val d’Erica

796 - Premio Vittorio di Capua, G1, Milan, September 29, 1600m 1 Shamalgan (FR) 6 b c Footstepsinthesand (GB) - Genevale (FR) (Unfuwain (USA)) 2 Saint Bernard (GB) 4 b c Three Valleys

(USA) - Savignano (GB) (Polish Precedent (USA)) 3 Nabucco (GER) 3 b c Areion (GER) Numero Uno (GER) (Lavirco (GER)) Age: 2-6; Starts: 32; Wins: 6; Places: 11 Earnings: £340,248 Sire: FOOTSTEPSINTHESAND. Sire of 26 Stakes winners. In 2013 SHAMALGAN Unfuwain G1, GIANT SANDMAN Darshaan G2, INFILTRADA Lode G2, MINAKSHI Machiavellian G2, ARNOLD LANE Noverre G3, SANDIVA Mark of Esteem G3, AKEMI Langfuhr LR, ARASIN Woodman LR, BLACK ELEGANCE Key of Luck LR, FOOT DART Dalhart LR, GOLD SAND Danehill LR, PREMIER STEPS Second Set LR, STEINBECK Danehill LR, SERICA Apalachee LR. 1st Dam: GENEVALE by Unfuwain. 2 wins at 3 and 4 in France. Dam of 3 winners: 2007: SHAMALGAN (c Footstepsinthesand) Sold 56,022gns yearling at ARAUG, 227,560gns 3yo at ARNOV, 164,203gns 4yo at ARARC, 50,793gns 5yo at ARARC, 42,857gns 5yo at ARNOV. 6 wins at 2, 4 and 6 in Czech Republic, France, Germany, Italy, Premio Vittorio di Capua G1, Darley Oettingen-Rennen G2, G.P. de Bordeaux-Etape du Defi du galop LR, 2nd P.Eugene Adam (G.P.de MaisonsLaffitte) G2, Prix de la Porte Maillot G3, 3rd Poule d’Essai des Poulains G1, Gand Prix de Vichy - Auvergne G3, Prix de Conde G3. 2008: CHARDONNEY TCHEQUE (c One Cool Cat) 9 wins at 2 to 5, 2013 in Czech Republic, Italy, P. Marchese Giuseppe Ippolito Fassati LR. 2009: LIONROCK (c Shamardal) Winner at 3. 2012: (c Shamardal) 2nd Dam: FEMME DE FER by Iron Duke. 2 wins in France. Dam of JAUNATXO (c Lyphard’s Wish: American Derby G2), IRON DEPUTY (c Silver Deputy: Brooklyn H G2), Barangay (c Manila: 3rd Eme Derby du Midi LR). Grandam of GABRIAL. Broodmare Sire: UNFUWAIN. Sire of the dams of 39 Stakes winners. In 2013 - SHAMALGAN Footstepsinthesand G1, BROWN PANTHER Shirocco G2, BRENDAN BRACKAN Big Bad Bob G3, ROYAL BLUE STAR Dalakhani LR, SWEET BABY JANE Royal Applause LR. Storm Cat Giant’s Causeway Mariah’s Storm FOOTSTEPSINTHESAND b 2002 Rainbow Quest Glatisant Dancing Rocks SHAMALGAN b c 2007 Northern Dancer Unfuwain Height of Fashion GENEVALE ch 2001 Iron Duke Femme de Fer Made To Win

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international database 797 - Premio Sergio Cumani, G3, Milan, September 29, 1600m 1 Killachy Loose (GB) 4 br f Kyllachy (GB) - Vettori Loose (IRE) (Vettori (IRE)) 2 Kadabra (IRE) 6 b f Dubawi (IRE) Windy Britain (GB) (Mark of Esteem (IRE)) 3 Clorofilla (IRE) 3 b f Refuse To Bend (IRE) - Crudelia (IRE) (Great Commotion (USA)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 25; Wins: 7; Places: 12 Earnings: £128,774 Sire: KYLLACHY. Sire of 21 Stakes winners. In 2013 - SOLE POWER Distant View G1, SUPPLICANT Bishop of Cashel G2, KILLACHY LOOSE Vettori G3, PENITENT Bishop of Cashel LR, STEPPER POINT Compton Place LR. 1st Dam: VETTORI LOOSE by Vettori. 7 wins at 2 to 4 in Italy. Dam of 2 winners: 2008: Beat Loose (f Beat Hollow) 2009: KILLACHY LOOSE (f Kyllachy) 7 wins at 2 to 4 in Italy, Premio Sergio Cumani G3, Premio Nogara LR, 2nd Premio Royal Mares LR, Premio Seregno LR, 3rd Criterium Nazionale LR, Premio Pietro Bessero LR, Premio Alessandro Perrone LR, Premio Ubaldo Pandolfi LR. 2011: HALVET (c Halling) Winner at 2 in Italy. 2013: (c Aussie Rules) 2nd Dam: DAN LOOSE by Danehill. 2 wins at 2 in Italy. Dam of DAN LOOSE DAUGHTER (f Sakhee: Premio Baggio LR), Storming Loose (g Storming Home: 2nd Premio Del Giubileo G3), Pekan Loose (f Sri Pekan: 2nd Premio delle Debuttanti Hurdle LR) Broodmare Sire: VETTORI. Sire of the dams of 18 Stakes winners. In 2013 MISS PELEAR Mr Nancho G2, FUGAZI Crimson Tide G3, KILLACHY LOOSE Kyllachy G3, FULMANIR Mastro Lorenzo LR, TRIBAL DANCE Tiger Dance LR. Polar Falcon Pivotal Fearless Revival KYLLACHY b 98 Song Pretty Poppy Moonlight Serenade KILLACHY LOOSE br f 2009 Machiavellian Vettori Air Distingue VETTORI LOOSE b/br 2001 Danehill Dan Loose Cut Loose

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G3, 2nd T. von Zastrow Stutenpreis G3, Prix La Moskowa LR, Prix Urban Sea LR. 2nd Dam: DAHLIA by Vaguely Noble. Champion 3yr old filly and older horse in England in 1973 and 1974. 15 wins at 2 to 6 at home, France, USA Benson & Hedges Gold Cup G1 (twice), Irish Guinness Oaks G1, King George VI & Queen Elizabeth S G1 (twice), Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud G1, Prix Saint-Alary G1, Washington D. C. International S G1, Canadian International Championship S G1, Hollywood Invitational H G1, Man O’War S G1, 2nd Prix de Diane de Revlon G1, 3rd Coronation Cup G1, King George VI & Queen Elizabeth S G1, Poule d’Essai des Pouliches G1, Washington D. C. International S G1, Century H G1, 4th Canadian International Championship S G1, Hollywood Gold Cup H G1. Own sister to CAPTAIN GENERAL. Dam of RIVLIA (c Riverman: Carleton F Burke H G1, Hollywood Invitational H G1, San Luis Rey S G1, 3rd Oak Tree Invitational H G1, San Juan Capistrano Invitation H G1, Sunset H G1), DAHAR (c Lyphard: Prix Lupin G1, Century H G1, San Juan Capistrano Invitation H G1, San Luis Rey S G1, 2nd Hollywood Invitational H G1 (twice), Sunset H G1, Hollywood Turf Cup G1, 3rd Joe McGrath Irish Sweeps Derby G1, San Luis Rey S G1, 4th Hollywood Derby G1), DELEGANT (c Grey Dawn II: San Juan Capistrano Invitation H G1, 3rd Arlington H G1, 4th John Henry H G1), DAHLIA’S DREAMER (f Theatrical: Flower Bowl H G1, 2nd Flower Bowl H G1), LLANDAFF (c Lyphard: Jersey Derby G2), WAJD (f Northern Dancer, see above), Decadrachm (c What A Pleasure: 3rd Sunset H G1), Dahlia’s Image (f Lyphard: 2nd Prix de Lieurey LR). Grandam of CAPITAL PLAN, SKY EMBASSY, Skellytown, Little Too Much, River Image, Dahlia’s Krissy, Fusaichi Shinichi, RACEY DREAMER, Fusaichi Jihad. Third dam of RITE OF PASSAGE, BELLA SHAMBROCK, Our Dahlia, Ice Follies. Fourth dam of Super Envoy. Broodmare Sire: NORTHERN DANCER. Sire of the dams of 211 Stakes winners. In 2013 - FITFUL SKIES Dubawi G3. Seeking The Gold Dubai Millennium Colorado Dancer DUBAWI b 2002 Deploy Zomaradah Jawaher FITFUL SKIES b f 2009 Nearctic Northern Dancer Natalma WAJD ch 87 Vaguely Noble Dahlia Charming Alibi

799 - Juddmonte Beresford Stakes, G2, Curragh, September 29, 8f 1 Geoffrey Chaucer (USA) 2 b c Montjeu (IRE) - Helsinki (GB) (Machiavellian (USA)) 2 Oklahoma City (GB) 2 b c Oasis Dream (GB) - Galaxy Highflyer (GB) (Galileo (IRE)) 3 Altruistic (IRE) 2 ch c Galileo (IRE) Altesse Imperiale (IRE) (Rock of Gibraltar (IRE)) Age: 2; Starts: 2; Wins: 2; Places: 0 Earnings: £62,102 Sire: MONTJEU. Sire of 122 Stakes winners. In 2013 - CHICQUITA Dansili G1, LEADING LIGHT Gone West G1, ST NICHOLAS ABBEY Sure Blade G1, GEOFFREY CHAUCER Machiavellian G2, BERLING Danehill G3, CAMELOT Kingmambo G3, MOUNT ATHOS Slip Anchor G3, MISS YOU TOO Peintre Celebre LR, ARGOCAT Giant’s Causeway LR, FIRST AVENUE Machiavellian LR, HURRICANE FLY Kenmare LR, PRIVATE TREASURE Woodman LR. 1st Dam: Helsinki by Machiavellian. Winner at 3 in France, 3rd Prix Melisande LR. Own sister to STREET CRY. Dam of 7 winners: 1998: LUSHS LAD (c Wolfhound) Winner at 3. 2000: HELSINKA (f Pennekamp) 2 wins at 4 in France. Broodmare. Dam of STRAIGHT TO IT (c Giant’s Causeway: 4 wins over jumps at 4 to 6 in USA, New Jersey Hunt Cup LR) 2002: SHAMARDAL (c Giant’s Causeway) Champion 2yr old in Europe in 2004, Champion 3yr old miler in Europe in 2005. 6 wins at 2 and 3 at home, France, Darley Dewhurst S G1, St James’s Palace S G1, Gainsborough Poule d’Essai des Poulains G1, Prix du Jockey Club G1. Sire. 2003: Soufriere Hills (g Maria’s Mon) unraced. 2004: Diamond Necklace (f Unbridled’s Song) 3rd ISF Victor McCalmont EBF S LR. Broodmare. 2005: Jerry Hamilton (g Cherokee Run) 2006: YORGUNNABELUCKY (c Giant’s Causeway) 5 wins at 3 to 5. 2007: VELIKIY ZEVS (c Giant’s Causeway) 3 wins at 2 and 4 in Russia, USA. 2009: SHAMARBELLE (f Montjeu) Winner at 3 in France. 2011: GEOFFREY CHAUCER (c Montjeu) 2 wins at 2, Juddmonte Beresford S G2. 2013: (f Galileo) 2nd Dam: HELEN STREET by Troy. 3 wins at 2 and 3 at home, France Gilltown Stud Irish Oaks G1, 3rd Yorkshire Oaks G1, 4th Dubai Champion S G1, Washington D. C.


international database International S G1. Dam of STREET CRY (c Machiavellian: Stephen Foster H G1, Emirates Dubai World Cup G1, 2nd Whitney H G1, 3rd Breeders’ Cup Juvenile G1), HISTORIAN (f Pennekamp: Prix Rose de Mai LR), Sovetsky (g Soviet Star: 2nd Prix du Lion-d’Angers LR), Helsinki (f Machiavellian, see above). Grandam of MAGNA GRAECIA, GRAIKOS, PARTHENON, TEARS I CRY, Antiquities, Anna Dana. Third dam of Dovil Boy, Paximadia, Le Roi Mage, Street Force, Taranto, Boxer Beat. Broodmare Sire: MACHIAVELLIAN. Sire of the dams of 92 Stakes winners. In 2013 - VERXINA Deep Impact G1, GEOFFREY CHAUCER Montjeu G2, MINAKSHI Footstepsinthesand G2, DEVIOUS INTENT Dixie Union G3, INCANTATION Sinister Minister G3, LOCKWOOD Invincible Spirit G3, MOMENT IN TIME Tiger Hill G3, WILSHIRE BOULEVARD Holy Roman Emperor G3, ACCLAIMED Burden of Proof LR, SACHA Keeper LR, FIRST AVENUE Montjeu LR, LIBERGE Librettist LR. The Montjeu/Machiavellian cross has produced: GEOFFREY CHAUCER G2, ALESSANDRO VOLTA G3, FIRST AVENUE LR, MOSKOVA LR, Drumbeat G1, Regina Mundi LR.

Northern Dancer Sadler’s Wells Fairy Bridge MONTJEU b 96 Top Ville Floripedes Toute Cy GEOFFREY CHAUCER b c 2011 Mr Prospector Machiavellian Coup de Folie HELSINKI b 93 Troy Helen Street Waterway

800 - C L Weld Park Stakes, G3, Curragh, September 29, 7f 1 My Titania (IRE) 2 b f Sea The Stars (IRE) - Fairy of The Night (IRE) (Danehill (USA)) 2 Chicago Girl (IRE) 2 b f Azamour (IRE) Angelic Sounds (IRE) (The Noble Player (USA)) 3 Tarfasha (IRE) 2 ch f Teofilo (IRE) Grecian Bride (IRE) (Groom Dancer (USA)) Age: 2; Starts: 3; Wins: 2; Places: 1 Earnings: £43,109 Sire: SEA THE STARS. Sire of 1 Stakes winners. In 2013 - MY TITANIA Danehill G3. 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. 2010: MUTHMIR (c Invincible Spirit) Winner at 3. 2011: MY TITANIA (f Sea The Stars) 2 wins at 2, C L Weld Park S G3. 2012: (f Sea The Stars) 2nd Dam: SASSENACH by Night Shift. 1 win at 4. Dam of DRESS REHEARSAL (f Galileo: Orchid S G3), FAIRY OF THE NIGHT (f Danehill, see above) Broodmare Sire: DANEHILL. Sire of the dams of 233 Stakes winners. In 2013 - CHRISELLIAM Iffraaj G1, FENOMENO Stay Gold G1, INTELLO Galileo G1, MORE THAN SACRED More Than Ready G1, ROMANTICA Galileo G1, RUUD AWAKENING Bernardini G1, FIX Iffraaj G2, MULAAZEM Dubai Destination G2, STAR OF GISELLE Reset G2, TAPESTRY Galileo G2, BERLING Montjeu G3, CUSTOM CUT Notnowcato G3, INTEGRAL Dalakhani G3, LADYS FIRST Dutch Art G3, MOREISH More Than Ready G3, MY TITANIA Sea The Stars G3, ROMANTIC MOON More Than Ready G3, ROYAL DIAMOND King’s Best G3, SCINTILLULA Galileo G3, SUGAR BOY Authorized G3, TREBLE JIG Gone West G3, WONDERFULLY Galileo G3, ARTISTIC JEWEL Excellent Art LR, CIHANIM Bin Ajwaad LR, GOLD SAND Footstepsinthesand LR, GOOD BABY Hussonet LR, GREY GREEZLY Red Rocks LR, JOLIE BLONDE Testa Rossa LR, JOYEUSE Oasis Dream LR, LEHAAF Excellent Art LR, MR BIG Elusive Quality LR, NOBLE MISSION Galileo LR, PALE MIMOSA Singspiel LR, RACING EIGHT Mossman LR, READY TO RIP More Than Ready LR, SECRET GESTURE Galileo LR, SIYENICA Azamour LR, STEINBECK Footstepsinthesand LR, UNDER THE EIFFEL Mossman LR, INISH ISLAND Trans Island LR.

Green Desert Cape Cross Park Appeal SEA THE STARS b 2006 Miswaki Urban Sea Allegretta MY TITANIA b f 2011 Danzig Danehill Razyana FAIRY OF THE NIGHT b 2002 Night Shift Sassenach Darabaka

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Nicola Bella (IRE) (Sadler’s Wells (USA)) 2 Destor (GER) 3 b c Sternkoenig (IRE) Desimona (GER) (Monsun (GER)) 3 Vanishing Cupid (SWI) 3 b c Galileo (IRE) - Vanishing Prairie (USA) (Alysheba (USA)) Age: 2-6; Starts: 31; Wins: 7; Places: 15 Earnings: £303,207 Sire: MEDICEAN. Sire of 41 Stakes winners. In 2013 - NEATICO Sadler’s Wells G1, DIMENSION Green Desert G2, MEDICEAN MAN Efisio LR, ZANETTO Halling LR, CATMOVES Cadeaux Genereux LR. 1st Dam: NICOLA BELLA by Sadler’s Wells. Winner at 3. Own sister to Sister Bella. Dam of 7 winners: 2001: Persian Belle (f Machiavellian) unraced. Dam of CALVADOS BLUES (g Lando: 3 wins at 2, 3 and 5 in France, UAE, Prix de Guiche G3, Prix des Chenes G3, 2nd Emirates Air. Dubai City of Gold S G2, 3rd China Guangsha Dubai Sheema Classic G1) 2002: BEAUTYANDTHEBEAST (f Machiavellian) 6 wins at 3 and 4 at home, USA, Las Palmas H G2. Broodmare. 2004: NOVO (c Rainbow Quest) 2 wins at 3 and 4 in Germany. 2005: Narcisco (g Fantastic Light) Winner at 3 in Germany, 2nd Grosser Freiberger Premium-Preis LR. 2006: Nicella (f Lando) unraced. Broodmare. 2007: NEATICO (c Medicean) 7 wins at 2, 4 and 6 in Germany, Grosser Dallmayr Bayerisches Zuchtrennen G1, Grosser Preis der Dortmunder Wirtschaft G3, G.Bombadier V. Herzog von Ratibor Rennen G3, Grosser Preis von Lotto Hamburg G3, Westminster 23 P. der Deutschen Einheit G3, Henkel Meile LR, 2nd Badener Meile mit der Superdreierwette G3 (twice), HessenPokal Traloppo G3, Wettenleip Fruhjahrs-Meile G3, Grosser CanonPreis-Limitierter Int LR, Ilse und Heinz Ramm Erinnerungsmeile LR, 3rd Bayerische Hausbau Grosse Europa Meile G2, UVEX-Trophy Rennen G3, Belmondo-Preis G3, G.P. der Landeshauptstadt Dusseldorf G3, Preis der Sparkassen Finanzgruppe G3, Excelsior Hotel Ernst-Meile LR. 2008: CAPTAIN BROWN (g Lomitas) 2 wins. 2009: SCARLET BELLE (f Sir Percy) Winner at 3. 2010: PERNICA (f Sir Percy) Winner at 3. 2012: (c Sir Percy) 2013: Pernickety (f Sir Percy)

Sire of the dams of 316 Stakes winners. In 2013 - FLINTSHIRE Dansili G1, FORTE DEI MARMI Selkirk G1, NEATICO Medicean G1, RELIABLE MAN Dalakhani G1, SHE’S HAPPY Speightstown G1, THE FUGUE Dansili G1, AKUA’DA Shamardal G2, PEACE BURG Sageburg G2, TANNERY Dylan Thomas G2, THOMAS CHIPPENDALE Dansili G2, BALTIC BARONESS Shamardal G3, ALIVE ALIVE OH Duke of Marmalade LR, BUCKWHEAT Manduro LR, CAPE OF APPROVAL Cape Cross LR, CAUCUS Cape Cross LR, DANCE MOVES Dansili LR, DESTRUCT Rail Link LR, DISCLAIMER Dansili LR, OCEAN AND BEYOND Kingsalsa LR, ORATORIO LATINO Oratorio LR, PAVLOSK Arch LR, PROBABLY Danehill Dancer LR, RENEW Dansili LR, RICH TAPESTRY Holy Roman Emperor LR, SEIKA PRESTO Eagle Cafe LR, TESTOSTERONE Dansili LR, THE BROTHERS WAR War Front LR, VIRTUAL GAME Kheleyf LR, WELL ACQUAINTED Orientate LR, CAPTAIN CONAN Kingsalsa LR, OUR CONOR Jeremy LR, WANABA Anabaa LR. The Medicean/Sadler’s Wells cross has produced: BANKABLE G1, NEATICO G1. Mr Prospector Machiavellian Coup de Folie MEDICEAN ch 97 Storm Bird Mystic Goddess Rose Goddess NEATICO b c 2007 Northern Dancer Sadler’s Wells Fairy Bridge NICOLA BELLA b 95 Riverman Valley of Hope Virunga

802 - Diamond Stakes, G3, Dundalk, October 4, 10f 110yds 1 Parish Hall (IRE) 4 b c Teofilo (IRE) Halla Siamsa (IRE) (Montjeu (IRE)) 2 Manalapan (IRE) 3 b c Six Sense (JPN) - Mia Mambo (USA) (Affirmed (USA)) 3 Afonso de Sousa (USA) 3 b c Henrythenavigator (USA) - Mien (USA) (Nureyev (USA)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 8; Wins: 3; Places: 4 Earnings: £258,609

2nd Dam: Valley of Hope by Riverman. unraced. Dam of Sister Bella (f Sadler’s Wells: 3rd Kildangan Stud Irish Oaks G1)

Sire: TEOFILO. Sire of 17 Stakes winners. In 2013 - HAVANA GOLD Desert Style G1, TRADING LEATHER Sinndar G1, VOLEUSE DE COEURS Grand Lodge G1, AMIRA’S PRINCE Green Desert G2, PARISH HALL Montjeu G3, ROYAL EMPIRE Zieten G3, SAMBA BRAZIL Dashing Blade G3, LEOFILO Groom Dancer LR, MIBLISH Hector Protector LR, TEOPHILIP Nureyev LR.

Broodmare Sire: SADLER’S WELLS.

1st Dam: HALLA SIAMSA by Montjeu.

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international database Winner at 3. Dam of 1 winner: 2009: PARISH HALL (c Teofilo). 3 wins at 2 and 4, Dubai Dewhurst S G1, Diamond S G3, Irish Open Alleged S LR, 2nd Galileo EBF Futurity S G2, Korean Racing Authority Tyros S G3, 3rd High Chaparral EBF Mooresbridge S G3. 2011: Craic Agus Spraoi (f Intense Focus) 2012: (c Teofilo) 2013: (f Teofilo) 2nd Dam: SIAMSA by Quest For Fame. 2 wins at 3. Dam of LIGHT HEAVY (c Teofilo: Derrinstown Stud Derby Trial S G2, 3rd Dubai Duty Free Irish Derby G1) Broodmare Sire: MONTJEU. Sire of the dams of 15 Stakes winners. In 2013 OBVIOUSLY Choisir G1, PARISH HALL Teofilo G3, HIGH DUTY Oratorio LR, JUSTINEO Oasis Dream LR, LADY DUTCH Dutch Art LR, YOU THINK SO Golan LR, WISTON Hawk Wing LR.

Sadler’s Wells Galileo Urban Sea TEOFILO b 2004 Danehill Speirbhean Saviour PARISH HALL b c 2009 Sadler’s Wells Montjeu Floripedes HALLA SIAMSA b 2004 Quest For Fame Siamsa Amoura

803 - Qatar Prix de Royallieu, G2, Longchamp, October 5, 2400m 1 Ebiyza (IRE) 3 ch f Rock of Gibraltar (IRE) - Ebalista (IRE) (Selkirk (USA)) 2 Chalnetta (FR) 3 gr f Oratorio (IRE) Aifa (GB) (Johann Quatz (FR)) 3 Galvaun (IRE) 4 b f Galileo (IRE) Pharmacist (IRE) (Machiavellian (USA)) Age: 3; Starts: 5; Wins: 1; Places: 4 Earnings: £130,692 Sire: ROCK OF GIBRALTAR. Sire of 90 Stakes winners. In 2013 - BELLE DE CRECY Cape Cross G2, EBIYZA Selkirk G2, SOCIETY ROCK Key of Luck G2, ARCETRI PINK Galileo G3, ROMANTIC WAVE Indian Ridge G3, EUROPE TO AFRICA Gold Brose LR, PAGO ROCK Thunder Gulch LR, RUSSIAN ROCK Brief Truce LR, SPOIL THE FUN Night Shift LR, KING OF THE PICTS In The Wings LR. 1st Dam: EBALISTA by Selkirk. Winner at 3. Dam of 1 winner: 2010: EBIYZA (f Rock of Gibraltar) 1 win at 3 in France, Qatar Prix de Royallieu G2, 3rd Prix Joubert LR. 2011: Ebeyina (f Oasis Dream) unraced to date.

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2nd Dam: EBADIYLA by Sadler’s Wells. Champion 3yr old filly in Ireland in 1997. 3 wins at 3 at home, France Kildangan Stud Irish Oaks G1, Prix Royal Oak G1, 3rd Vodafone Coronation Cup G1. Dam of EYSHAL (c Green Desert: The Jebsen Centenary Vase LR, 3rd Laing O’Rourke National S G1), EBAZIYAN (g Daylami: Anglo Irish Bank Supreme Novices’ Hurdle G1, 3rd Ballymore Prop. Hatton’s Grace Hurdle G1, ACC Bank Champion Hurdle G1). Grandam of Ensaya, EBADIYAN. Broodmare Sire: SELKIRK. Sire of the dams of 41 Stakes winners. In 2013 EBIYZA Rock of Gibraltar G2, VANCOUVERITE Dansili G2, BYE BYE BIRDIE Oasis Dream G3, CANNON HILL Holy Roman Emperor LR, GIFTED GIRL Azamour LR, LION D’ANVERS Kentucky Dynamite LR, PROFESSOR Byron LR, RANSOM HOPE Red Ransom LR, TWEEDLEDRUM Beat Hollow LR. The Rock of Gibraltar/Selkirk cross has produced: MOUNT NELSON G1, EBIYZA G2, General Eliott LR.

Danzig Danehill Razyana ROCK OF GIBRALTAR b 99 Be My Guest Offshore Boom Push A Button EBIYZA ch f 2010 Sharpen Up Selkirk Annie Edge EBALISTA ch 2005 Sadler’s Wells Ebadiyla Ebaziya

804 - Qatar Prix Dollar, G2, Longchamp, October 5, 1800m 1 Cirrus des Aigles (FR) 7 b g Even Top (IRE) - Taille de Guepe (FR) (Septieme Ciel (USA)) 2 Mandour (USA) 4 ch c Smart Strike (CAN) - Mandesha (FR) (Desert Style (IRE)) 3 Petit Chevalier (FR) 5 b g High Chaparral (IRE) - Pivoline (FR) (Pivotal (GB)) Age: 2-7; Starts: 48; Wins: 18; Places: 26 Earnings: £4,271,620 Sire: EVEN TOP. Sire of 1 Stakes winners. In 2013 - CIRRUS DES AIGLES Septieme Ciel G2. 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

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805 - Qatar Prix Daniel Wildenstein, G2, Longchamp, October 5, 1600m 1 Pollyana (IRE) 4 b f Whipper (USA) Shamah (GB) (Unfuwain (USA)) 2 Pinturicchio (IRE) 5 b c Holy Roman Emperor (IRE) - Precious Pearl (IRE) (Peintre Celebre (USA)) 3 Siyenica (FR) 3 b f Azamour (IRE) Sichilla (IRE) (Danehill (USA)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 18; Wins: 8; Places: 5 Earnings: £236,911 Sire: WHIPPER. Sire of 13 Stakes winners. In 2013 - POLLYANA Unfuwain G2, VERY NICE NAME Halling LR, WAZN Dynaformer LR. 1st Dam: SHAMAH by Unfuwain.

Winner at 3. Dam of 4 winners: 2003: SAFQA (f Singspiel) Winner at 3. Dam of Gaazaal (f Iffraaj: 2 wins at 2 and 3 in France, 3rd Prix Volterra LR) 2004: (f Almutawakel) 2005: DARAAHEM (g Act One) 3 wins at 3 and 4. 2006: Googoobarabajagal (g Almutawakel) 2007: Bondage (g Whipper) 10 wins, 2nd Neptune Investment Hyde Novices’ Hurdle G2. 2009: POLLYANA (f Whipper) Sold 2,527gns yearling at GOOY1. 8 wins at 2 to 4 in France, Qatar Prix Daniel Wildenstein G2, Prix Casimir Delamarre LR, 2nd Prix Montretout LR, 3rd Prix du Palais Royal G3. 2010: Smart Union (g Dark Angel) unraced to date. 2011: Columbanus (c Jeremy) unraced to date. 2nd Dam: Shurooq by Affirmed. 2 wins at 2, 2nd Premio Legnano G2. Grandam of KHASAYL, MUKLAH. Third dam of NANA ANNA. Broodmare Sire: UNFUWAIN. Sire of the dams of 39 Stakes winners. In 2013 - SHAMALGAN Footstepsinthesand G1, BROWN PANTHER Shirocco G2, POLLYANA Whipper G2, BRENDAN BRACKAN Big Bad Bob G3, ROYAL BLUE STAR Dalakhani LR, SWEET BABY JANE Royal Applause LR. The Whipper/Unfuwain cross has produced: POLLYANA G2, Bondage LR.

Mr Prospector Miesque’s Son Miesque WHIPPER b 2001 Sadler’s Wells Myth To Reality Millieme POLLYANA b f 2009 Northern Dancer Unfuwain Height of Fashion SHAMAH ch 97 Affirmed Shurooq Frolic And Fun

806 - Qatar Prix Chaudenay, G2, Longchamp, October 5, 3000m 1 Valirann (FR) 3 c Nayef (USA) - Valima (FR) (Linamix (FR)) 2 Montclair (IRE) 3 b c Montjeu (IRE) Minaccia (GER) (Platini (GER)) 3 Lucky Look (FR) 3 f Teofilo (IRE) Victoria College (FR) (Rock of Gibraltar (IRE)) Age: 3; Starts: 5; Wins: 4; Places: 1 Earnings: £149,594 Sire: NAYEF. Sire of 16 Stakes winners. In 2013 - TASADAY Mujahid G2, VALIRANN Linamix G2, SPARKLING


international database BEAM Nureyev G3, FAIRY NAYEF Fairy King LR. 1st Dam: VALIMA by Linamix. 2 wins at 2 and 3 in France, Prix Imprudence LR. Dam of 4 winners: 2007: Valasyra (f Sinndar) Winner at 3 in France, 2nd Prix de Liancourt LR. 2008: VALIYR (c Alhaarth) 2 wins at 3 in France, Prix Matchem LR, 2nd Prix Daphnis G3. 2009: VALYRA (f Azamour). 3 wins at 3 in France, Prix de Diane Longines G1. 2010: VALIRANN (c Nayef ) 4 wins at 3 in France, Qatar Prix Chaudenay G2, Prix de Lutece G3. 2nd Dam: VADLAWYSA by Always Fair. 1 win at 3 in France. Own sister to VADLAWYS. Dam of VALIMA (f Linamix, see above) Broodmare Sire: LINAMIX. Sire of the dams of 74 Stakes winners. In 2013 VALIRANN Nayef G2, ECTOT Hurricane Run G3, LESSTALK IN PARIS Cape Cross G3, MAUREEN Holy Roman Emperor G3, MILA Cape Cross LR, ROOTHAM TRIPLE E’S Weather Warning LR, DIAKALI Sinndar LR, KHALSHANI Kahyasi LR, PRINCIPE DEL MARE Shirocco LR. Mr Prospector Gulch Jameela NAYEF b 98 Bustino Height of Fashion Highclere VALIRANN c 2010 Mendez Linamix Lunadix VALIMA gr 2002 Always Fair Vadlawysa Vadlava

807 - John Guest Bengough Stakes, G3, Ascot, October 5, 6f 1 Tropics (USA) 5 ch g Speightstown (USA) - Taj Aire (USA) (Taj Alriyadh (USA)) 2 Music Master (GB) 3 b c Piccolo (GB) Twilight Mistress (GB) (Bin Ajwaad (IRE)) 3 Hoof It (GB) 6 b g Monsieur Bond (IRE) - Forever Bond (GB) (Danetime (IRE)) Age: 4-5; Starts: 13; Wins: 6; Places: 4 Earnings: £124,635 Sire: SPEIGHTSTOWN. Sire of 36 Stakes winners. In 2013 - DANCE TO BRISTOL Louis Quatorze G1, LIGHTHOUSE BAY Seeking The Gold G1, REYNALDOTHEWIZARD Meadowlake G1, SHE’S HAPPY Sadler’s Wells G1, FAST BULLET Dayjur G2, DELEGATION Sea Hero G3, ESSENCE HIT MAN El Prado G3, SUM OF THE PARTS Slew’s Royalty G3, TROPICS Taj

Alriyadh G3, CENTRAL BANKER Go For Gin LR, GOLDEN TICKET Deputy Minister LR, WINE POLICE War Deputy LR. 1st Dam: TAJ AIRE by Taj Alriyadh. 5 wins at 3 and 4 in USA. Own sister to ZASHRANY. Dam of 8 winners: 1998: R BAGGIO (g Chimes Band) 7 wins in USA, Paradise Valley H, Paradise Mile H, 2nd Phoenix Gold Cup H LR. 1999: HANDYMAN BILL (g Skywalker) 4 wins at 4 in USA, Foster City H. 2000: AIMEES PRIDE (c Delineator) Winner at 2 in USA. 2001: ELUSIVE DIVA (f Elusive Quality) 6 wins at 3 and 4 in USA, Las Cienegas H G3, Railbird S G3, Senator Ken Maddy H G3, 2nd Las Palmas H G2, Hollywood Breeders’ Cup Oaks G2, Buena Vista H G2, 3rd La Brea S G1. Broodmare. 2002: CHIEF COCCA (c Honor Grades) 2 wins at 4 in USA. 2003: No Lullaby (f Brahms) 2 wins at 4 in USA, 3rd Tuzla H. Broodmare. 2004: Diva’s Seastar (f Broken Vow) Winner at 3 in USA, 2nd Flawlessly S LR. Broodmare. 2005: Thatsthatwiththat (c Belong To Me) 2006: Touch of Charm (f Elusive Quality) ran on the flat in USA. Broodmare. 2007: (f Empire Maker) 2008: TROPICS (g Speightstown) Sold 2,500gns 3yo at TAAUT. 6 wins at 4 and 5, John Guest Bengough S G3, Stobart Members Club Hopeful S LR. 2011: (c More Than Ready) 2nd Dam: Whimsical Aire by Messenger of Song. unraced. Dam of MAHASKA (f Just The Time: Bangles and Beads S LR, Chapman S LR, B Thoughtful S LR, 3rd Linda Vista H G3), ZASHRANY (f Taj Alriyadh: Fashion H, M S S, Rhododendron H), Aire Of Speed (c Leroy S: 2nd B N Hutchinson S). Grandam of ALERT AND READY, ZATIM, Indian Paintbrush, Caspers Legacy. Third dam of ENUMCLAW GIRL, Fast Stitch Gal. Broodmare Sire: TAJ ALRIYADH. Sire of the dams of 4 Stakes winners. In 2013 - TROPICS Speightstown G3. Mr Prospector Gone West Secrettame SPEIGHTSTOWN ch 98 Storm Cat Silken Cat Silken Doll TROPICS ch g 2008 Seattle Slew Taj Alriyadh Relifordie TAJ AIRE b 91 Messenger of Song Whimsical Aire Silky Steel

808 - Grosvenor Cumberland Lodge Stakes, G3, Ascot, October 5, 12f 1 Secret Number (GB) 3 b c Raven’s Pass (USA) - Mysterial (USA) (Alleged (USA)) 2 Royal Empire (IRE) 4 b c Teofilo (IRE) Zeiting (IRE) (Zieten (USA)) 3 Gatewood (GB) 5 b c Galileo (IRE) Felicity (IRE) (Selkirk (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 9; Wins: 3; Places: 3 Earnings: £284,985 Sire: RAVEN’S PASS. Sire of 3 Stakes winners. In 2013 - SECRET NUMBER Alleged G3, LOVELY PASS Classic Cliche LR. 1st Dam: Mysterial by Alleged. ran on the flat in USA at 3. Dam of 6 winners: 1999: DUBAI DESTINATION (c Kingmambo). 4 wins at 2 and 4, Queen Anne S G1. Sire. 2000: Cino (c Dehere) ran on the flat in USA. 2001: DESTINATION DUBAI (g Kingmambo) 2 wins at 3. 2002: LIBRETTIST (c Danzig). 7 wins at 2 and 4 at home, France, Prix du Moulin de Longchamp G1, P. Fresnay le Buffard Jacques Le Marois G1. Sire. 2003: Slovakia (f Danzig). Dam of TATRA (c Hussonet: Sportingbet Sandown Guineas G2, 3rd Royal Randwick Guineas G1, Moet & Chandon Champagne S G1, M J Bale Rosehill Guineas G1) 2004: AMARNA (g Danzig) 5 wins. 2006: Mahyoub (g Elusive Quality) unraced. 2007: NAFURA (f Dubawi) 2 wins at 2. Broodmare. 2008: Inner Secret (f Singspiel). Broodmare. 2010: SECRET NUMBER (c Raven’s Pass) 3 wins at 2 and 3 at home, UAE, Grosvenor Cumberland Lodge S G3, Emirates Skywards Al Bastakiya LR, 3rd Neptune Great Voltigeur S G2, The S & M Al Naboodah Group UAE Derby G2. 2012: (c Pivotal) 2nd Dam: Mysteries by Seattle Slew. 3rd Tattersalls Musidora S G3. Dam of AGNES WORLD (c Danzig: Darley July Cup G1, Prix de l’Abbaye de Longchamp G1), HISHI AKEBONO (c Woodman: Sprinters S LR, Swan S LR), MY SEA CASTLES (f Polish Navy: Clipsetta S LR, Gowell S LR, Ellis Park Debutante S LR). Grandam of Mutheeb, My Dream Castles. Third dam of REVE LUNAIRE, Unbridled Express, More Of The Best. Fourth dam of MICHAEL WITH US. Broodmare Sire: ALLEGED. Sire of the dams of 145 Stakes winners. In 2013 SECRET NUMBER Raven’s Pass G3.

Gone West Elusive Quality Touch of Greatness RAVEN’S PASS ch 2005 Lord At War Ascutney Right Word SECRET NUMBER b c 2010 Hoist The Flag Alleged Princess Pout MYSTERIAL b/br 94 Seattle Slew Mysteries Phydilla

809 - BMW Cornwallis Stakes, G3, Ascot, October 5, 5f 1 Hot Streak (IRE) 2 ch c Iffraaj (GB) Ashirah (USA) (Housebuster (USA)) 2 Outer Space (GB) 2 b c Acclamation (GB) - Venoge (IRE) (Green Desert (USA)) 3 Kickboxer (IRE) 2 gr g Clodovil (IRE) Ajig Dancer (GB) (Niniski (USA)) Age: 2; Starts: 5; Wins: 3; Places: 1 Earnings: £65,578 Sire: IFFRAAJ. Sire of 17 Stakes winners. In 2013 - CHRISELLIAM Danehill G1, RIZEENA Statue of Liberty G1, FIX Danehill G2, DIBAJJ Royal Applause G3, HOT STREAK Housebuster G3, SO WOTIF Geiger Counter G3, DOGMA NOIR Rainbow Quest LR, IF I CAN I CAN Zabeel LR, KISSES Marscay LR. 1st Dam: Ashirah by Housebuster. unraced. Dam of 3 winners: 2000: New Design (f Bluebird) Winner at 2, 3rd Vodafone Silver Flash S LR. Broodmare. 2003: Laheen (f Bluebird). Broodmare. 2004: Leprechaun’s Gold (g Spectrum) 2005: KARPATHOS (f Orpen) 3 wins at 3 and 4 in Greece. 2007: Art’n Craft (f Hawk Wing) unraced. 2008: Ashtown Girl (f Exceed And Excel) unraced. Broodmare. 2011: HOT STREAK (c Iffraaj) Sold 30,377gns foal at GONO1, 55,000gns yearling at TAOC2, 42,000gns 2yo at TAGUN. 3 wins at 2, BMW Cornwallis S G3, Julia Graves Roses S LR, 3rd Dubai Duty Free Mill Reef S G2. 2012: (c Alfred Nobel) 2nd Dam: Manwah by Lyphard. Dam of MUSTANFAR (c Unbridled: Lexington S G3, Sycamore Breeders’ Cup S G3, 2nd Washington Park H G2, Nat.Museum of Racing Hall of Fame S G2, 3rd Gulfstream Park Breeders’ Cup H G1), TADRIS (f Red Ransom: Kotex Rosemary Rated S LR, Littlewoods EBF Fleur de Lys S LR). Grandam of ALLEZ VITE, Yaseer.

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Gone West Zafonic Zaizafon IFFRAAJ b 2001 Nureyev Pastorale Park Appeal HOT STREAK ch c 2011 Mt Livermore Housebuster Big Dreams ASHIRAH b 95 Lyphard Manwah Height of Fashion

810 - Coolmore Stud Concorde Stakes, G3, Tipperary, October 6, 7f 1 Sruthan (IRE) 3 b g Arakan (USA) Giveupyeraulsins (IRE) (Mark of Esteem (IRE)) 2 Big Break (GB) 3 b f Dansili (GB) Fame At Last (USA) (Quest For Fame) 3 Fort Knox (GB) 3 b c Dubawi (IRE) Savannah Belle (GB) (Green Desert (USA)) Age: 3; Starts: 6; Wins: 3; Places: 1 Earnings: £67,846 Sire: ARAKAN. Sire of 4 Stakes winners. In 2013 - TOORMORE Danetime G1, TRUMPET MAJOR Cape Cross G2, SRUTHAN Mark of Esteem G3. 1st Dam: Giveupyeraulsins by Mark of Esteem. ran twice at 3. Dam of 2 winners: 2009: SRUCAHAN (g Kheleyf ) 4 wins at 3 and 4. 2010: SRUTHAN (g Arakan) Sold 820gns yearling at TISEP. 3 wins at 3, Coolmore Stud Concorde S G3, Power EBF Tetrarch S LR. 2011: Lovely Luly (f Echo of Light) unraced to date. 2012: (f Arakan) Broodmare Sire: MARK OF ESTEEM. Sire of the dams of 21 Stakes winners. In 2013 - HILLSTAR Danehill Dancer G2, SANDIVA Footstepsinthesand G3, SRUTHAN Arakan G3, TRIP TO RHODOS Rail Link LR.

Northern Dancer Nureyev Special ARAKAN br 2000 Common Grounds Far Across City Ex SRUTHAN b g 2010 Darshaan Mark of Esteem Homage GIVEUPYERAULSINS ch 2001 Alzao Classic Form Formulate

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Diesis Elmaamul Modena MUHTATHIR ch 95 Al Nasr Majmu Affirmative Fable INDONESIENNE b f 2011 Shirley Heights Darshaan Delsy MYDARSHAAN b 2002 Mr Prospector Mypreciousprospect Most Precious

812 - Qatar Prix du Cadran, G1, Longchamp, October 6, 4000m 1 Altano (GER) 7 b g Galileo (IRE) Alanda (GER) (Lando (GER)) 2 Tac de Boistron (FR) 6 gr g Take Risks (FR) - Pondiki (FR) (Sicyos (USA)) 3 Times Up (GB) 7 b g Olden Times (GB) - Princess Genista (Ile de Bourbon (USA)) Age: 3-7; Starts: 28; Wins: 12; Places: 10 Earnings: £327,704 Sire: GALILEO. Sire of 158 Stakes winners. In 2013 - ALTANO Lando G1, INTELLO Danehill G1, LINTON Centaine G1, MAGICIAN Mozart G1, ROMANTICA Danehill G1, RULER OF THE WORLD Kingmambo G1, SEVILLE Silver Hawk G1, BATTLE OF MARENGO Green Desert G2, TAPESTRY Danehill G2, TELESCOPE Darshaan G2, AUSTRALIA Cape Cross G3, DAVID LIVINGSTON Indian Ridge G3, ERNEST HEMINGWAY Darshaan G3, FEEL LIKE DANCING Darshaan G3, FLYING THE FLAG Pivotal G3, RAIN GAL Hurricane Sky G3, SAY Dynaformer G3, SCINTILLULA Danehill G3, STARSTRUCK Big Shuffle G3, THE UNITED STATES Pivotal G3, WONDERFULLY Danehill G3, ASTONISHING Kris S LR, CAMERON HIGHLAND Arch LR, EYE OF THE STORM Shirley Heights LR, INDIAN MAHARAJA Danehill Dancer LR, LAGO MINTO Saumarez LR, LEO GALI Darshaan LR, NOBLE MISSION Danehill LR, SECRET GESTURE Danehill LR, SUN CENTRAL Alysheba LR, VANISHING CUPID Alysheba LR, CELESTIAL HALO High Top LR, WELLS Rodrigo de Triano LR. 1st Dam: Alanda by Lando. unraced. Dam of 3 winners: 2006: ALTANO (g Galileo) 12 wins at 4 to 7, 2013 in France, Germany, Italy, Qatar Prix du Cadran G1, Premio St Leger Italiano G3, Grosser Preis Von DSW21 St Leger G3, Oleander Deutsch Besitzer Zuchter Rennen G3 (twice), 2nd Premio St Leger Italiano G3, 3rd Artemis Goodwood Cup G2. 2008: ARALDO (c High Chaparral) 3 wins at 4 in Germany, Preis des Casino Baden-Baden LR, The Bart

Cummings H LR, 3rd Preis von Europa G1. 2009: Attimo (g Nayef ) 2010: ALITO (c Big Shuffle) Winner at 3 in France. 2011: (c Medicean) 2012: (f Adlerflug) 2nd Dam: ARASTOU by Surumu. Champion 3yr old filly in Germany in 1992. 4 wins at 3 in West Germany Preis der Hannoverschen Sparkassen - VGH G3, Deutscher Buchmacher Stutenpreis G3, 2nd Preis der Diana - Deutsches Stuten Derby G2. Dam of ABITARA (f Rainbow Quest: Prix de Pomone G2), Adito (c Konigsstuhl: 2nd Grosser Preis von Dahlwitz G3), Abacco (c Polish Precedent: 3rd Coolmore Stud BadenBaden Cup LR), Armstrong (c Niniski: 2nd G. P. der Stadtsparkasse Dortmund LR). Grandam of ADOYA, All For You, ALL ABOUT SAM. Broodmare Sire: LANDO. Sire of the dams of 13 Stakes winners. In 2013 ALTANO Galileo G1, FARHH Pivotal G1, DABBITSE Soldier Hollow G3, DAYTONA BAY Motivator G3, GLOOMY SUNDAY Singspiel G3, ARALDO High Chaparral LR, CALYXA Pivotal LR, ALPHA TWO Two-Twenty-Two LR. The Galileo/Lando cross has produced: ALTANO G1, Meganisi LR.

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

813 - Qatar Prix de la Foret, G1, Longchamp, October 6, 1400m 1 Moonlight Cloud (GB) 5 b f Invincible Spirit (IRE) - Ventura (IRE) (Spectrum (IRE)) 2 Gordon Lord Byron (IRE) 5 b g Byron (GB) - Boa Estrela (IRE) (Intikhab (USA)) 3 Garswood (GB) 3 b c Dutch Art (GB) Penchant (GB) (Kyllachy (GB)) Age: 2-5; Starts: 19; Wins: 12; Places: 4 Earnings: £1,371,892 Sire: INVINCIBLE SPIRIT. Sire of 70 Stakes winners. In 2013 - MOONLIGHT CLOUD Spectrum G1, SPIRIT QUARTZ Rainbow Quest G2, SPIRIT SONG Kingston Rule G2, KINGMAN Zamindar G3, LOCKWOOD Machiavellian G3, RAWAAQ Silver Hawk G3, RUSSIAN SOUL Indian Ridge G3, TICKLED PINK


international database Indian Ridge G3, EKTIHAAM King’s Best LR, MAYYADAH Royal Academy LR, SHAMSHON Fasliyev LR, TANTSHI Machiavellian LR, TAWHID Gulch LR, STAYING ON Saddlers’ Hall LR. 1st Dam: Ventura by Spectrum. 2 wins at 3, 3rd Carlsberg Ruby S LR. Dam of 4 winners: 2003: CEDAR MOUNTAIN (c Galileo) 3 wins at 4 and 5 at home, USA, Round Table H LR, 2nd Sunset H G2. 2004: Sarafsa (f Selkirk) unraced. 2005: LAKUTA (f Pivotal) 2 wins at 4 in France. Broodmare. 2007: EXTREME GREEN (f Motivator) Winner at 3 in Slovakia. Broodmare. 2008: MOONLIGHT CLOUD (f Invincible Spirit). 12 wins at 2 to 5, 2013 in France, Qatar Prix de la Foret G1, Qatar Prix du Moulin de Longchamp G1, P. Fresnay le Buffard Jacques Le Marois G1, Prix Maurice de Gheest Goldikova G1 (3 times), Prix de la Porte Maillot G3 (twice), Prix du Palais Royal G3, Prix Imprudence G3, 2nd Diamond Jubilee S G1, Prix du Palais Royal G3. 2010: Satin Box (f Manduro) unraced to date. 2011: When In Doubt (f Montjeu) in training. 2012: (f Makfi) 2nd Dam: WEDDING BOUQUET by Kings Lake. 6 wins at 2 to 4 at home, USA C L Weld EBF Park S G3, Monrovia H G3, 2nd Guinness Peat Aviation National S G1, 3rd Heinz 57 Phoenix S G1. Dam of Ventura (f Spectrum, see above), IRISH LEGEND (g Sadler’s Wells: totesport.com Racing Silver H. Hurdle LR). Grandam of PROBABLY, BRUGES. Third dam of TALWAR, HAWAAFEZ. Broodmare Sire: SPECTRUM. Sire of the dams of 25 Stakes winners. In 2013 - MOONLIGHT CLOUD Invincible Spirit G1, SANGSTER Savabeel G1, TELLINA Silvano G2, BIRTHDAY PRINCE Areion LR, MITICO Red Bishop LR, TIBOUCHINA Black Minnaloushe LR, WET AND WILD Daggers Drawn LR. Danzig Green Desert Foreign Courier INVINCIBLE SPIRIT b 97 Kris Rafha Eljazzi MOONLIGHT CLOUD b f 2008 Rainbow Quest Spectrum River Dancer VENTURA b 98 Kings Lake Wedding Bouquet Doff The Derby

814 - Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe, G1, Longchamp, October 6, 2400m

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Trevise (FR) (Anabaa (USA)) 2 Orfevre (JPN) 5 ch c Stay Gold (JPN) Oriental Art (JPN) (Mejiro McQueen (JPN)) 3 Intello (GER) 3 b c Galileo (IRE) Impressionnante (GB) (Danehill (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 5; Wins: 5; Places: 0 Earnings: £2,880,822 Sire: MOTIVATOR. Sire of 17 Stakes winners. In 2013 - TREVE Anabaa G1, FELICIAN Inchinor G2, DAYTONA BAY Lando G3, FEREVIA Cat Thief G3, MOTIVADO Time For A Change G3, REWARDED Cadeaux Genereux LR, SKY HUNTER Silver Hawk LR. 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. 5 wins at 2 and 3 in France, Prix de Diane Longines G1, Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe G1, Qatar Prix Vermeille G1. 2011: Trophee (f Mr Sidney) unraced to date. 2012: (f Fuisse) 2nd Dam: Trevillari by Riverman. Own sister to TREBLE. Dam of TSIGANE (c Anabaa: Wickerr H LR, 3rd Shoemaker Breeders’ Cup Mile S G1) Broodmare Sire: ANABAA. Sire of the dams of 39 Stakes winners. In 2013 DALKALA Giant’s Causeway G1, TREVE Motivator G1, BUFFERING Mossman G2, BANOFFEE Hurricane Run LR, BARBED Canny Lad LR, CRUDEN BAY Not A Single Doubt LR, DISSIDENT Sebring LR, GREEN BYRON Green Tune LR, MUSKET FIRE Lonhro LR, MUTIN Kentucky Dynamite LR, SIRIUS PROSPECT Gone West LR, TATOOSH Xaar LR, KEMALISTE Shirocco 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

815 - Qatar Prix de l’Abbaye de Longchamp, G1, Longchamp, October 6, 1000m 1 Maarek (GB) 6 b g Pivotal (GB) - Ruby Rocket (IRE) (Indian Rocket (GB)) 2 Catcall (FR) 4 b g One Cool Cat (USA) Jurata (IRE) (Polish Precedent (USA)) 3 Hamza (IRE) 4 b g Amadeus Wolf (GB) - Lady Shanghai (IRE) (Alhaarth (IRE)) Age: 3-6; Starts: 33; Wins: 11; Places: 11 Earnings: £553,445 Sire: PIVOTAL. Sire of 105 Stakes winners. In 2013 - FARHH Lando G1, MAAREK Indian Rocket G1, THE LARK In The Wings G2, AFRICAN STORY Gone West G3, HOT SNAP Kingmambo G3, CALYXA Lando LR, PILOTE Rahy LR, QUIXOTE Devil’s Bag LR. 1st Dam: RUBY ROCKET by Indian Rocket. 5 wins at 2 to 4, Sodexho Prestige Firth of Clyde S LR, EBF Christo Philipson Boadicea S LR, 2nd Cuisine de France Summer S G3. Dam of 2 winners: 2007: MAAREK (g Pivotal) Sold 130,000gns yearling at TAOC1, 2,380gns 3yo at DNLNC, 77,996gns 4yo at GOHIT. 11 wins at 4 to 6 at home, France, Qatar Prix de l’Abbaye de Longchamp G1, Qipco British Champions Sprint S G2, Betfred Mobile Lotto Chipchase S G3, Dubai International Airport World Trophy G3, Newbridge 200 Renaissance S G3, Woodlands S LR, 2nd Prix de Seine-etOise G3, Mick Ramsey Waterford Testimonial S LR, Midsummer Sprint S LR, 3rd chrisbeekracing.com Hackwood S G3. 2008: Lady Woodcote (f Pivotal) unraced. 2009: MISSISSIPPI (g Exceed And Excel) Winner at 3. 2010: Red Baton (f Exceed And Excel) unraced to date. 2011: (f Cape Cross) 2013: (c Fastnet Rock) 2nd Dam: Geht Schnell by Fairy King. Dam of RUBY ROCKET (f Indian Rocket, see above), INZAR’S BEST (c Inzar: Kronimus Rennen LR, 2nd Prix Eclipse G3), ALEXANDER ALLIANCE (f Danetime: Flame of Tara EBF S LR), Cool Panic (g Brave Act: 2nd williamhillpoker.com Merrion S LR), Spiderback (g Redback: 3rd Winning Fair Juvenile Hurdle G2) Broodmare Sire: INDIAN ROCKET. Sire of the dams of 2 Stakes winners. In 2013 - MAAREK Pivotal G1.

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

816 - Prix de l’Opera Longines, G1, Longchamp, October 6, 2000m 1 Dalkala (USA) 4 b/br f Giant’s Causeway (USA) - Daltaya (FR) (Anabaa (USA)) 2 Tasaday (USA) 3 gr/ro f Nayef (USA) Tashelka (FR) (Mujahid (USA)) 3 Thistle Bird (GB) 5 b f Selkirk (USA) Dolma (FR) (Marchand de Sable (USA)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 12; Wins: 6; Places: 3 Earnings: £490,922 Sire: GIANT’S CAUSEWAY. Sire of 120 Stakes winners. In 2013 - BLUERIDGE MOUNTAIN Distant View G1, DALKALA Anabaa G1, PENELOPA Torrential G1, BOOK REVIEW Distorted Humor G2, CAROLINE THOMAS Distorted Humor G2, CHIEF HAVOC A P Indy G2, FED BIZ Wild Again G2, GIANT’S STEPS Hennessy G2, TABLEAUX Hansel G2, CIAO BELLA French Deputy G3, JUST PRETENDING Mr Prospector G3, WINNING CAUSE Kingmambo G3, GIANT REMEX Southern Halo LR, UNCOILED Alzao LR, GUSTAVIAN Affirmed LR. 1st Dam: DALTAYA by Anabaa. 2 wins at 2 and 3 in France, Prix de la Grotte G3. Own sister to Dalayna. Dam of 2 winners: 2009: DALKALA (f Giant’s Causeway) 6 wins at 2 to 4 at home, France, Prix de l’Opera Longines G1, Betfred Middleton S G2, Qatar Prix de Royallieu G2, Prix Cleopatre G3, 3rd Darley Prix Jean Romanet G1, Prix de Pomone - Haras d’Etreham G2. 2010: DALILAR (c Dynaformer) Winner at 3 in France. 2011: Doulmera (f Mr Greeley) unraced to date. 2012: (f Medaglia d’Oro) 2013: (f Authorized) 2nd Dam: DALTAIYMA by Doyoun. 1 win at 3 in France. Own sister to DAYLAMI. Dam of DALTAYA (f Anabaa, see above), Dalayna (f Anabaa: 2nd Prix Coronation LR) Broodmare Sire: ANABAA. Sire of the dams of 39 Stakes winners. In 2013 DALKALA Giant’s Causeway G1, TREVE Motivator G1, BUFFERING Mossman G2, BANOFFEE Hurricane Run LR,

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international database BARBED Canny Lad LR, CRUDEN BAY Not A Single Doubt LR, DISSIDENT Sebring LR, GREEN BYRON Green Tune LR, MUSKET FIRE Lonhro LR, MUTIN Kentucky Dynamite LR, SIRIUS PROSPECT Gone West LR, TATOOSH Xaar LR, KEMALISTE Shirocco LR. The Giant’s Causeway/Anabaa cross has produced: DALKALA G1, Close Ally G2.

Storm Bird Storm Cat Terlingua GIANT’S CAUSEWAY ch 97 Rahy Mariah’s Storm Immense DALKALA b/br f 2009 Danzig Anabaa Balbonella DALTAYA b/br 2003 Doyoun Daltaiyma Daltawa

817 - Prix Jean-Luc Lagardere Grand Criterium, G1, Longchamp, October 6, 1400m 1 Karakontie (JPN) 2 b c Bernstein (USA) - Sun Is Up (JPN) (Sunday Silence (USA)) 2 Noozhoh Canarias (SPA) 2 b c Caradak (IRE) - Noozhah (GB) (Singspiel (IRE)) 3 Charm Spirit (IRE) 2 b c Invincible Spirit (IRE) - L’Enjoleuse (IRE) (Montjeu (IRE)) Age: 2; Starts: 4; Wins: 3; Places: 1 Earnings: £213,813 Sire: BERNSTEIN. Sire of 71 Stakes winners. In 2013 - KARAKONTIE Sunday Silence G1, RENEE’S TITAN Tiznow G2, STORM RANCHER Ahmad G3, INIS MEAIN Runaway Groom LR, MAJOR MARVEL Royal Academy LR, MARVELOUS IRON Royal Anthem LR, OMATICAYA Gulch LR. 1st Dam: Sun Is Up by Sunday Silence. ran on the flat in France at 2 and 3. Dam of 6 winners: 2003: (c Broad Brush). died as a foal. 2004: SOLITA (f Thunder Gulch) 5 wins at 2 and 3 in Spain. Broodmare. 2005: Upsilon (c Aldebaran) ran on the flat in France. 2006: SUNDAY SUNRISE (c Lemon Drop Kid) 5 wins at 2 to 5 in USA, Veteran S. 2007: BOTTEGA (c Mineshaft) 6 wins at 2 to 5, 2012 in France, Spain, Criterium du Languedoc LR. 2008: ALHUCEMA (f Aldebaran) 2 wins at 3 and 4 in Peru. 2009: DAWNING (f War Chant) Winner at 3 in France. 2011: KARAKONTIE (c Bernstein) 3 wins at 2 in France, Prix Jean-Luc

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Lagardere Grand Criterium G1, Prix La Rochette G3, 2nd Prix Francois Boutin LR. 2012: (c Bago) 2nd Dam: MOON IS UP by Woodman. 1 win at 3 in France Prix de Lieurey LR, 3rd Prix de Seine-et-Oise G3. Dam of AMANEE (f Pivotal: Thekwini S G1) Broodmare Sire: SUNDAY SILENCE. Sire of the dams of 118 Stakes winners. In 2013 - KARAKONTIE Bernstein G1, LOGOTYPE Lohengrin G1, GRAND PRIX BOSS Sakura Bakushin O G2, HORAI AKIKO Johannesburg G2, MOUSQUETAIRE Mayano Top Gun G2, ADMIRE ROYAL King Kamehameha G3, ALL THAT JAZZ Tanino Gimlet G3, IMPULSE HERO Kurofune G3, MEINE ISABEL Telegnosis G3, MEINER LACRIMA Chief Bearhart G3, AIR SAUMUR Jungle Pocket LR, BETTER LIFE Smarty Jones LR, KAHUNA King Kamehameha LR, MARUKA BAKKEN Kurofune LR, MITRA Symboli Kris S LR, SEKISHO Symboli Kris S LR, SILK EARNEST Grass Wonder LR, SOLITARY KING King Kamehameha LR.

Storm Bird Storm Cat Terlingua BERNSTEIN b 97 Affirmed La Affirmed La Mesa KARAKONTIE b c 2011 Halo Sunday Silence Wishing Well SUN IS UP b/br 98 Woodman Moon Is Up Miesque

818 - G.P. der Landeshauptstadt Dusseldorf, G3, Dusseldorf, October 6, 1600m 1 Zazou (GER) 6 b c Shamardal (USA) Zaza Top (GER) (Lomitas (GB)) 2 Calyxa (GB) 3 b f Pivotal (GB) - Chantra (GER) (Lando (GER)) 3 Combat Zone (IRE) 7 b g Refuse To Bend (IRE) - Zeiting (IRE) (Zieten (USA)) Age: 2-6; Starts: 27; Wins: 8; Places: 10 Earnings: £1,050,074 Sire: SHAMARDAL. Sire of 55 Stakes winners. In 2013 - DUNBOYNE EXPRESS Polish Precedent G1, MAYBE DISCREET Bluebird G1, AKUA’DA Sadler’s Wells G2, IHTIMAL Dubai Destination G2, MUKHADRAM Timber Country G2, PUISSANCE DE LUNE Unbridled’s Song G2, BALTIC BARONESS Sadler’s Wells G3, CAMEO A P Indy G3, ZAZOU Lomitas G3, DIBAYANI Caerleon LR, FRENCH NAVY Woodman LR, NOBLE ALPHA Singspiel LR, OUR OBSESSION Daylami LR, SHARESTAN Ashkalani LR,

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SOMMERABEND Monsun LR. 1st Dam: ZAZA TOP by Lomitas. 4 wins at 2 to 4 in Germany, Luhrs & Holst GMBH Co. K G Stutenpreis LR, 2nd Premio Dormello G3. Dam of 5 winners: 2004: ZOE DREAM (g Galileo) 7 wins. 2005: ZHOUZHI (f Anabaa) Winner at 4 in Germany. 2006: KING MAUI (c High Chaparral) Winner at 4 in Sweden. 2007: ZAZOU (c Shamardal) Sold 26,610gns yearling at BBAGS. Champion older horse in Germany in 2011. 8 wins at 2 to 6, 2013 in France, Germany, Italy, Premio Roma GBI Racing G1, Oppenheim Union-Rennen G2, G.P. der Landeshauptstadt Dusseldorf G3, Preis der Sparkassen Finanzgruppe G3, G.P. Krefelder Wirtschaft-Dr Busch Mem G3, 2nd Idee Deutsches Derby G1, Int France Galop FRBC Anatolia Trophy LR, 3rd Criterium de Saint-Cloud G1, Rheinland-Pokal G1, Grosser Dallmayr Bayerisches Zuchtrennen G1, Cathay Pacific Hong Kong Cup G1. 2009: SILKE TOP (f Librettist) Winner at 3. 2010: (c High Chaparral) 2nd Dam: ZORINA by Shirley Heights. 1 win at 2. Own sister to Nadina. Dam of ZAZA TOP (f Lomitas, see above), Zolango (c Acatenango: 2nd Premio Emanuele Filiberto LR). Grandam of Zoom. Broodmare Sire: LOMITAS. Sire of the dams of 20 Stakes winners. In 2013 ZAZOU Shamardal G3, ARES D’EMRA Desert Style LR. Storm Cat Giant’s Causeway Mariah’s Storm SHAMARDAL b 2002 Machiavellian Helsinki Helen Street ZAZOU b c 2007 Niniski Lomitas La Colorada ZAZA TOP ch 98 Shirley Heights Zorina Nadia Nerina

819 - Prix Andre Baboin (G.P.des Provinces), G3, Bordeaux Le Bouscat, October 9, 1800m 1 Celtic Rock (GB) 4 ch c Rock of Gibraltar (IRE) - Luna Celtica (IRE) (Celtic Swing (GB)) 2 Bonfire (GB) 4 b g Manduro (GER) Night Frolic (GB) (Night Shift (USA)) 3 Glowing Cloud (GB) 4 ch f Dylan Thomas (IRE) - Power Girl (GER) (Dashing Blade) Age: 2-4; Starts: 16; Wins: 8; Places: 8 Earnings: £100,150

Sire: ROCK OF GIBRALTAR. Sire of 91 Stakes winners. In 2013 - BELLE DE CRECY Cape Cross G2, EBIYZA Selkirk G2, SOCIETY ROCK Key of Luck G2, ARCETRI PINK Galileo G3, CELTIC ROCK Celtic Swing G3, ROMANTIC WAVE Indian Ridge G3, EUROPE TO AFRICA Gold Brose LR, PAGO ROCK Thunder Gulch LR, RUSSIAN ROCK Brief Truce LR, SPOIL THE FUN Night Shift LR, KING OF THE PICTS In The Wings LR. 1st Dam: LUNA CELTICA by Celtic Swing. 3 wins at 3 in France. Dam of 4 winners: 2006: CELTIC HONOR (c Highest Honor) 5 wins at 3 to 6, 2012 in France. 2007: Lunashkaya (f Muhtathir) unraced. Broodmare. 2008: La Pernelle (f Beat Hollow) 4 wins at 2 to 4 in France, USA, 2nd Prix Vanteaux-Beachcomber Hotels G3. 2009: CELTIC ROCK (c Rock of Gibraltar) Sold 38,769gns yearling at AROCT. 8 wins at 2 to 4 in France, Spain, Prix Andre Baboin (G.P.des Provinces) G3, 2nd Premio Copa de Oro de San Sebastian LR. 2010: Sevis (c Manduro) unraced to date. 2011: FRESLES (f Royal Applause) Winner at 2 in France. 2012: Emalleville (f Excellent Art) 2nd Dam: LUNA CAERLA by Caerleon. 1 win at 4 in France. Dam of LUNA KYA (f Kendor: Prix de Psyche G3), LIVANDAR (c Fantastic Light: GP la Riviera Cote d’Azur Defi du Galop LR, Prix Lyphard LR), KING LUNA (f King’s Best: Prix des Tourelles LR, Prix La Moskowa LR), Lunayir (c Sinndar: 2nd McGrath Estate Sky High S LR), Ludiana (f Dalakhani: 3rd Prix de Thiberville LR), Loredana (f Azamour: 2nd Prix de Thiberville LR). Third dam of KYA ONE. Broodmare Sire: CELTIC SWING. Sire of the dams of 10 Stakes winners. In 2013 - CELTIC ROCK Rock of Gibraltar G3, HOWMUCHDOYOULOVEME Written Tycoon G3, BRITISH GENERAL General Nediym LR. Danzig Danehill Razyana ROCK OF GIBRALTAR b 99 Be My Guest Offshore Boom Push A Button CELTIC ROCK ch c 2009 Damister Celtic Swing Celtic Ring LUNA CELTICA b 2001 Caerleon Luna Caerla Lunadix

820 - Prix Thomas Bryon, G3, SaintCloud, October 10, 1600m 1 Earnshaw (USA) 2 gr/ro c Medaglia d’Oro (USA) - Emily Bronte (GB) (Machiavellian (USA)) 2 Stillman (FR) 2 b c Vespone (IRE) -


international database Kikinda (FR) (Daliapour (IRE)) 3 Marbre Rose (IRE) 2 b f Smart Strike (CAN) - Manerbe (USA) (Unbridled’s Song (USA)) Age: 2; Starts: 2; Wins: 2; Places: 0 Earnings: £42,276 Sire: MEDAGLIA D’ORO. Sire of 39 Stakes winners. In 2013 - MARKETING MIX Kris S G1, DARK COVE Kris S G2, FUNNY PROPOSITION Distorted Humor G2, LIVE LIVELY Smoke Glacken G2, COFFEE CLIQUE Royal Academy G3, EARNSHAW Machiavellian G3, RYDILLUC Clever Trick G3, CROP REPORT Crafty Prospector LR, MICROMANAGE Flying Paster LR, MSHAWISH Thunder Gulch LR, TREASURED UP Well Decorated LR. 1st Dam: EMILY BRONTE by Machiavellian. 2 wins at 2 in France, Prix des Reservoirs G3. Dam of 2 winners: 2009: LOCKWOOD (g Invincible Spirit) 4 wins at 3 and 4 at home, France, Greene King Supreme S G3, Prix de Ris-Orangis G3, 2nd OLBG Park S G2. 2010: Mixenden (f New Approach) unraced to date. 2011: EARNSHAW (c Medaglia d’Oro) 2 wins at 2 in France, Prix Thomas Bryon G3. 2013: (c Teofilo) 2nd Dam: ZAFADOLA by Darshaan. 2 wins at 3 Oaks Trial LR, 2nd Blandford S G2, 3rd Jefferson Smurfit Mem. Irish St Leger G1. Dam of EMILY BRONTE (f Machiavellian, see above), ZELANDA (f Night Shift: Flying Fillies’ S LR), Zabari (g Soviet Star: 3rd Tote Scoop6 Sandown H. Hurdle G3). Grandam of TIME PRISONER, PEARL GREY, Zimbabwe. Third dam of Balty Boys. Broodmare Sire: MACHIAVELLIAN. Sire of the dams of 94 Stakes winners. In 2013 - VERXINA Deep Impact G1, GEOFFREY CHAUCER Montjeu G2, MINAKSHI Footstepsinthesand G2, DEVIOUS INTENT Dixie Union G3, EARNSHAW Medaglia d’Oro G3, INCANTATION Sinister Minister G3, LOCKWOOD Invincible Spirit G3, MOMENT IN TIME Tiger Hill G3, WILSHIRE BOULEVARD Holy Roman Emperor G3, ACCLAIMED Burden of Proof LR, SACHA Keeper LR, TANTSHI Invincible Spirit LR, FIRST AVENUE Montjeu LR, LIBERGE Librettist LR.

Sadler’s Wells El Prado Lady Capulet MEDAGLIA D’ORO b 99 Bailjumper Cappucino Bay Dubbed In EARNSHAW gr/ro c 2011 Mr Prospector Machiavellian Coup de Folie EMILY BRONTE gr 2003 Darshaan Zafadola Zarafa

821 - Prix Eclipse, G3, Chantilly, October 11, 1200m 1 Kiram (FR) 2 b c Elusive City (USA) King Luna (FR) (King’s Best (USA)) 2 High Duty (GB) 2 b c Oratorio (IRE) Heart of Ice (IRE) (Montjeu (IRE)) 3 Another Party (FR) 2 ch c Pomellato (GER) - Jummana (FR) (Cadeaux Genereux) Age: 2; Starts: 3; Wins: 2; Places: 1 Earnings: £46,178 Sire: ELUSIVE CITY. Sire of 26 Stakes winners. In 2013 - XANADU Forest Glow G1, ADAMANTIUM Generous G3, KIRAM King’s Best G3, VEDEUX Polish Precedent G3, FAMOUS SEAMUS Dance Floor LR, KEKOVA Racing Is Fun LR, LUCK OF SMILING Zabeel LR. 1st Dam: KING LUNA by King’s Best. 4 wins at 3 and 4 in France, Prix des Tourelles LR, Prix La Moskowa LR. Dam of 2 winners: 2009: KIZIL (c Sinndar) 2 wins at 3 and 4 in France. 2010: Kerey (c Anabaa) unraced to date. 2011: KIRAM (c Elusive City) 2 wins at 2 in France, Prix Eclipse G3. 2nd Dam: LUNA CAERLA by Caerleon. 1 win at 4 in France. Dam of LUNA KYA (f Kendor: Prix de Psyche G3), LIVANDAR (c Fantastic Light: GP la Riviera Cote d’Azur Defi du Galop LR, Prix Lyphard LR), KING LUNA (f King’s Best, see above), Lunayir (c Sinndar: 2nd McGrath Estate Sky High S LR), Ludiana (f Dalakhani: 3rd Prix de Thiberville LR), Loredana (f Azamour: 2nd Prix de Thiberville LR). Grandam of CELTIC ROCK, La Pernelle. Third dam of KYA ONE. Broodmare Sire: KING’S BEST. Sire of the dams of 13 Stakes winners. In 2013 - HAPPY GALAXY Nadeem G2, KIRAM Elusive City G3, BALTIC KNIGHT Baltic King LR, EKTIHAAM Invincible Spirit LR, ESPERO Verglas LR, ROYAL HAUNT Hard Spun LR.

Gone West Elusive Quality Touch of Greatness ELUSIVE CITY b 2000 Dayjur Star of Paris Liturgism KIRAM b c 2011 Kingmambo King’s Best Allegretta KING LUNA ch 2003 Caerleon Luna Caerla Lunadix

822 - Vision.ae Rockfel Stakes, G2, Newmarket, October 12, 7f 1 Al Thakhira (GB) 2 b f Dubawi (IRE) Dahama (GB) (Green Desert (USA)) 2 Blockade (IRE) 2 br f Kheleyf (USA) Barracade (IRE) (Barathea (IRE)) 3 Valonia (GB) 2 ch f Three Valleys (USA) - Descriptive (IRE) (Desert King (IRE)) Age: 2; Starts: 2; Wins: 2; Places: 0 Earnings: £42,608 Sire: DUBAWI. Sire of 63 Stakes winners. In 2013 - AL KAZEEM Darshaan G1, HUNTER’S LIGHT Barathea G1, LUCKY NINE Green Desert G1, WILLOW MAGIC Tierce G1, AFSARE Fairy King G2, AHZEEMAH Entrepreneur G2, AL THAKHIRA Green Desert G2, ALJAMAAHEER Rainbow Quest G2, PRINCIPE ADEPTO Giant’s Causeway G2, UNIVERSAL Giant’s Causeway G2, CATKINS Catbird G3, DANADANA Barathea G3, FITFUL SKIES Northern Dancer G3, KIYOSHI Sri Pekan G3, PRINCE BISHOP Prospect Bay G3, AKEED MOFEED Tiger Hill LR, FORT KNOX Green Desert LR, MANGIAPREGAAMA Cape Cross LR, MURIOI Fantastic Light LR, NARNIYN Alhaarth LR, BABAWI Monsun LR. 1st Dam: Dahama by Green Desert. ran a few times at 2 and 3. Dam of 1 winner: 2011: AL THAKHIRA (f Dubawi) Sold 42,000gns foal at TADEF. 2 wins at 2, Vision.ae Rockfel S G2. 2012: (f Lope de Vega) 2013: (c Champs Elysees) 2nd Dam: Darling Flame by Capote. 2 wins at 2 and 3, 2nd Hillsdown Cherry Hinton S G3. Dam of BEZRIN (c Danzig: Prix de Montretout LR), Flamelet (f Theatrical: 2nd Derrinstown Stud 1000 Guineas Trial G3). Grandam of SHAMAL WIND, Seeking Solace. Broodmare Sire: GREEN DESERT. Sire of the dams of 103 Stakes winners. In 2013 - LUCKY NINE Dubawi G1, AL THAKHIRA Dubawi G2, AMIRA’S PRINCE Teofilo G2, BATTLE OF MARENGO Galileo G2, DIMENSION Medicean G2, NO JET LAG Johar G2, GENGIS King’s Best G3, HEERAAT Dark

Angel G3, AMBIANCE Camacho LR, BEST REGARDS Tamayuz LR, BUNKER Hurricane Run LR, FORT KNOX Dubawi LR, LEINAN Ready’s Image LR, TEEHAFF Storming Home LR, YELLOW ROSEBUD Jeremy LR, THE CRAFTY BUTCHER Vinnie Roe LR. The Dubawi/Green Desert cross has produced: DUBAWI GOLD G1, LUCKY NINE G1, MAKFI G1, AL THAKHIRA G2, FORT KNOX G3, ZUBBAYA LR, Midnight Music LR.

Seeking The Gold Dubai Millennium Colorado Dancer DUBAWI b 2002 Deploy Zomaradah Jawaher AL THAKHIRA b f 2011 Danzig Green Desert Foreign Courier DAHAMA b 2006 Capote Darling Flame My Darling One

823 - Vision.ae Middle Park Stakes, G1, Newmarket, October 12, 6f 1 Astaire (IRE) 2 b c Intense Focus (USA) - Runway Dancer (GB) (Dansili (GB)) 2 Hot Streak (IRE) 2 ch c Iffraaj (GB) Ashirah (USA) (Housebuster (USA)) 3 Justice Day (IRE) 2 b c Acclamation (GB) - Rock Exhibition (GB) (Rock of Gibraltar (IRE)) Age: 2; Starts: 5; Wins: 4; Places: 0 Earnings: £249,383 Sire: INTENSE FOCUS. Sire of 1 Stakes winners. In 2013 - ASTAIRE Dansili G1. 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 36,945gns foal at GONO1, 23,000gns yearling at TAOC2, 66,667gns 2yo at GOBKE. 4 wins at 2, Vision.ae Middle Park S G1, Irish TB Marketing Gimcrack S G2. 2013: (c Frozen Power) 2nd Dam: Shall We Run by Hotfoot. Own sister to Fire Top. Dam of BANNISTER (g Inchinor: Scottish Equitable Gimcrack S G2), Roo (f Rudimentary: 2nd Faucets Firth of Clyde S LR). Grandam of Gallagher, Averoo, Quick Wit, Roodeye. Broodmare Sire: DANSILI. Sire of the dams of 6 Stakes winners. In 2013 ASTAIRE Intense Focus G1, CHICQUITA Montjeu G1, CAPONATA Selkirk LR,

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international database DANCE IN THE PARK Walk In The Park LR.

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

824 - Dubai Dewhurst Stakes, G1, Newmarket, October 12, 7f 1 War Command (USA) 2 b c War Front (USA) - Wandering Star (USA) (Red Ransom (USA)) 2 Cable Bay (IRE) 2 b c Invincible Spirit (IRE) - Rose de France (IRE) (Diktat (GB)) 3 Outstrip (GB) 2 gr c Exceed And Excel (AUS) - Asi Siempre (USA) (El Prado (IRE)) Age: 2; Starts: 5; Wins: 4; Places: 1 Earnings: £369,263 Sire: WAR FRONT. Sire of 22 Stakes winners. In 2013 - DECLARATION OF WAR Rahy G1, WAR COMMAND Red Ransom G1, BASHART Clever Trick G2, DEPARTING Pulpit G2, LINES OF BATTLE Arch G2, WAR DANCER Alydeed G2, DATA LINK Known Fact G3, JACK MILTON Forty Niner G3, PEACE PRESERVER Forty Niner G3, SUMMER FRONT El Prado G3, FRONTSIDE Strawberry Road LR, GIOVANNI BOLDINI Old Trieste LR, THE BROTHERS WAR Sadler’s Wells LR. 1st Dam: WANDERING STAR by Red Ransom. 5 wins at 3 and 4 at home, USA, E P Taylor S G2. Dam of 9 winners: 1999: WONDER WOMAN (f Storm Cat) 2 wins at 3 and 4 in USA. Dam of WAR OFFICER (c Grand Slam: 6 wins at 2, 3 and 6 in France, Hong Kong, Prix Montenica LR, Prix Sigy LR, 3rd Prix Eclipse G3), DOO LANG (f Pulpit: 2 wins at 2 in France, Gd. Criterium de Bordeauxs-Air Mauritius LR) 2000: American Patriot (c Mr Prospector) 2001: WIZARD OF GOLD (c Seeking The Gold) Winner at 3 in USA. 2003: Crescent Moon (f Seeking The Gold). Dam of Lake Victor (c Langfuhr: 2 wins at 3 in USA, 2nd Gazebo S) 2004: MY LITTLE MARGIE (f Giant’s Causeway) Winner at 3 in France. Broodmare. 2005: FOREIGN AGENT (g Deputy Minister) Winner at 4 in USA. 2006: NAVAL OFFICER (c Tale of The Cat) 3 wins at 2 in France, Prix de

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Northern Dancer Danzig Pas de Nom WAR FRONT b 2002 Rubiano Starry Dreamer Lara’s Star WAR COMMAND b c 2011 Roberto Red Ransom Arabia WANDERING STAR b 93 His Majesty Beautiful Bedouin Gris Vitesse

Winner at 2. Broodmare. 1998: INNIT (f Distinctly North). 6 wins at 2 and 3 at home, France, Italy, USA, Honeymoon Breeders’ Cup Inv. H G2. Broodmare. 1999: Bengali Lancer (c Perugino) unraced. 2001: ARFINNIT (g College Chapel) 8 wins. 2002: TIDAL FURY (g Night Shift) 9 wins, P.Cambaceres Grand Course de 3yo Hurdle G1. 2003: MISS LATINA (f Mozart) Winner at 4. Broodmare. 2004: STONEACRE GARETH (g Grand Lodge) 3 wins at 2 and 7. 2005: CEKA DANCER (f Danehill Dancer) Winner at 3. Broodmare. 2006: Rockinit (f Rock of Gibraltar). Broodmare. 2007: TIDARA ANGEL (f Oratorio) 7 wins, Prix Alain du Breil d’Ete 4yo Hurdle G1. 2009: FIESOLANA (f Aussie Rules) Sold 28,735gns 2yo at GBMBR. 8 wins at 2 to 4 at home, France, Italy, Dubai Challenge S G2, Ballyogan S G3, Irish Stall. Farms EBF Brownstown S G3, Coolmore Stud Fairy Bridge S G3. 2nd Dam: DAVIE LADY by Bold And Brave. 2 wins at 2 in USA. Dam of DAVIE’S LAMB (f Unpredictable: San Jose H LR, Tizna H LR, Pink Pigeon S LR, Buena Vista S LR, 2nd Golden Poppy H G3, 3rd Palomar H G2). Grandam of Spy Hill, Caleb Pond. Third dam of Amir Khan, Salure, Davie’s Story. Broodmare Sire: KRIS S. Sire of the dams of 78 Stakes winners. In 2013 MARKETING MIX Medaglia d’Oro G1, DARK COVE Medaglia d’Oro G2, FIESOLANA Aussie Rules G2, ASTONISHING Galileo LR, WAR AFFAIR O’Reilly LR.

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825 - Dubai Challenge Stakes, G2, Newmarket, October 12, 7f 1 Fiesolana (IRE) 4 b f Aussie Rules (USA) - Tidal Reach (USA) (Kris S (USA)) 2 Amarillo (IRE) 4 b c Holy Roman Emperor (IRE) - Alte Kunst (IRE) (Royal Academy (USA)) 3 Libranno (GB) 5 b c Librettist (USA) Annabelle Ja (FR) (Singspiel (IRE)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 16; Wins: 8; Places: 4 Earnings: £221,802 Sire: AUSSIE RULES. Sire of 11 Stakes winners. In 2013 - FIESOLANA Kris S G2, BOOMERANG BOB Cozzene LR. 1st Dam: TIDAL REACH by Kris S. Winner at 2. Dam of 9 winners: 1997: STEP AHEAD (f Shalford)

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Razyana AUSSIE RULES gr/ro 2003 Alzao Last Second Alruccaba FIESOLANA b f 2009 Roberto Kris S Sharp Queen TIDAL REACH b 92 Bold And Brave Davie Lady Basie Blues

826 - Darley Stakes, G3, Newmarket, October 12, 9f 1 Highland Knight (IRE) 6 b g Night Shift (USA) - Highland Shot (GB) (Selkirk (USA)) 2 Tales of Grimm (USA) 4 b c Distorted Humor (USA) - Stupendous Miss (USA) (Dynaformer (USA)) 3 Chapter Seven (GB) 4 ch g Excellent Art (GB) - My First Romance (GB)

(Danehill (USA)) Age: 2-6; Starts: 29; Wins: 6; Places: 10 Earnings: £215,015 Sire: NIGHT SHIFT. Sire of 93 Stakes winners. In 2013 - HIGHLAND KNIGHT Selkirk G3, BRANIT Be My Chief LR. 1st Dam: HIGHLAND SHOT by Selkirk. 6 wins at 4 and 5. Dam of 2 winners: 2005: Barrashot (g Barathea) 2007: HIGHLAND KNIGHT (g Night Shift) 6 wins at 3 to 6, 2013 at home, Germany, Darley Oettingen Rennen G2, Darley S G3, Sky Bet Y’shire Festival Pomfret S LR, 2nd bet365 Mile G2, Stella Artois Huxley S G3, 3rd totepool.com Sovereign S G3, Betfred the Bonus King Midsummer S LR. 2008: GREAT SHOT (g Marju) 2 wins at 3 and 4. 2009: Shot In The Dark (g Dr Fong) 2011: High Drama (f High Chaparral) unraced to date. 2012: (c High Chaparral) 2013: (f Makfi) 2nd Dam: Optaria by Song. 1 win at 2, 3rd Precocious National S LR. Dam of GREY SHOT (g Sharrood: Garrard Goodwood Cup G2, Axminster 100 Kingwell Hurdle G2, Tanglefoot Elite Limited H. Hurdle G2, 2nd Sun’King of the Punters’ Tolworth Hurdle G1), OPERA CAPE (g Barathea: Iveco Daily Solario S G3, 2nd Prix Jean-Luc Lagardere-Grand Criterium G1, 3rd Darley Dewhurst S G1), Night Shot (g Night Shift: 2nd Ruinart Champagne Hackwood S LR, Dubai Airport World Trophy S LR, 2nd Holsten Trophy G3). Grandam of OPERA GAL. Broodmare Sire: SELKIRK. Sire of the dams of 41 Stakes winners. In 2013 EBIYZA Rock of Gibraltar G2, VANCOUVERITE Dansili G2, BYE BYE BIRDIE Oasis Dream G3, HIGHLAND KNIGHT Night Shift G3, CANNON HILL Holy Roman Emperor LR, GIFTED GIRL Azamour LR, LION D’ANVERS Kentucky Dynamite LR, PROFESSOR Byron LR, RANSOM HOPE Red Ransom LR, TWEEDLEDRUM Beat Hollow LR. The Night Shift/Selkirk cross has produced: HIGHLAND KNIGHT G2, Dark Missile G2. Nearctic Northern Dancer Natalma NIGHT SHIFT b 80 Chop Chop Ciboulette Windy Answer HIGHLAND KNIGHT b g 2007 Sharpen Up Selkirk Annie Edge HIGHLAND SHOT b 98 Song Optaria Electo


international database 827 - Autumn Stakes, G3, Newmarket, October 12, 8f 1 Kingston Hill (GB) 2 gr/ro c Mastercraftsman (IRE) - Audacieuse (GB) (Rainbow Quest (USA)) 2 Oklahoma City (GB) 2 b c Oasis Dream (GB) - Galaxy Highflyer (GB) (Galileo (IRE)) 3 Truth Or Dare (GB) 2 b c Invincible Spirit (IRE) - Unreachable Star (GB) (Halling (USA)) Age: 2; Starts: 2; Wins: 2; Places: 0 Earnings: £27,212 Sire: MASTERCRAFTSMAN. Sire of 3 Stakes winners. In 2013 - AMAZING MARIA Tale of The Cat G3, KINGSTON HILL Rainbow Quest G3, PABLOSKY Tale of The Cat LR. 1st Dam: AUDACIEUSE by Rainbow Quest. 3 wins at 3 in France, Prix de Flore G3. Dam of 2 winners: 2004: Ile Deserte (f Green Desert) unraced. Dam of St Barths (c Cadeaux Genereux: Winner at 2, 3rd Coventry S G2) 2005: RAMONA CHASE (g High Chaparral) 4 wins at 2 to 7, 2012. 2007: Wolumla (f Royal Applause) ran on the flat in France. Broodmare. 2008: Millevini (f Hawk Wing) 2011: KINGSTON HILL (c Mastercraftsman) Sold 70,000gns yearling at TAOC2. 2 wins at 2, Autumn S G3. 2nd Dam: SARAH GEORGINA by Persian Bold. 1 win at 2, (retired due to an accident). Dam of AUDACIEUSE (f Rainbow Quest, see above), WAITER’S DREAM (c Oasis Dream: Sportingbet.com Acomb S G3, 3rd Neptune Investment Champagne S G2), LORD JIM (g Kahyasi: Challenge Race LR, 3rd Betty Barclay OleanderRennen G3, Bristol Novices’ Hurdle G2). Grandam of Strike One, Reduit. Third dam of Cavaliere, CAPTAIN CONAN. Broodmare Sire: RAINBOW QUEST. Sire of the dams of 157 Stakes winners. In 2013 - JAVA’S WAR War Pass G1, JUST THE JUDGE Lawman G1, ALJAMAAHEER Dubawi G2, GLEN’S DIAMOND Intikhab G2, RIPOSTE Dansili G2, SPIRIT QUARTZ Invincible Spirit G2, KINGSTON HILL Mastercraftsman G3, LAST TRAIN Rail Link G3, BLUE RAMBLER Monsun LR, DOGMA NOIR Iffraaj LR, HIPPY HIPPY SHAKE Danehill Dancer LR, IBICENCO Shirocco LR, NAVAJO CHIEF King’s Best LR, QUIZ MISTRESS Doyen LR, AURORAS ENCORE Second Empire LR, CASCAVEL Dansili LR.

Danehill Danehill Dancer Mira Adonde MASTERCRAFTSMAN gr/ro 2006 Black Tie Affair Starlight Dreams Reves Celestes KINGSTON HILL gr/ro c 2011 Blushing Groom Rainbow Quest I Will Follow AUDACIEUSE b 97 Persian Bold Sarah Georgina Dance By Night

828 - Preis des Winterfavoriten, G3, Munich, October 13, 1600m 1 Born To Run (GER) 2 b c Shirocco (GER) - Bravo Gorl (GER) (Tauchsport (EG)) 2 Nadelwald (GB) 2 b c Shamardal (USA) - Nobilissima (GER) (Bluebird (USA)) 3 Madurai (GER) 2 c Marju (IRE) Moonlight Danceuse (IRE) (Bering) Age: 2; Starts: 2; Wins: 1; Places: 0 Earnings: £69,106 Sire: SHIROCCO. Sire of 16 Stakes winners. In 2013 - BROWN PANTHER Unfuwain G2, ABU SIDRA Smadoun G3, BORN TO RUN Tauchsport G3, WILD COCO Sternkoenig G3, IBICENCO Rainbow Quest LR, LADY LIBERTY Theatrical LR, MIJHAAR Nashwan LR, WINDFINDER Hussonet LR, ANNIE POWER Old Vic LR, KEMALISTE Anabaa LR, PRINCIPE DEL MARE Linamix LR. 1st Dam: Bravo Gorl by Tauchsport. 3 wins at 3 and 5 in Germany, 3rd Betty Barclay Oleander-Rennen G3. Dam of 5 winners: 2001: Bazra (c Spectrum) 2002: Bartok (c Dashing Blade) 2003: BUDDLEIA (f Sagamix) 2 wins at 2 and 4 in France, Germany. 2005: BOLAND’S CORNER (g Fraam) 2 wins over hurdles. 2006: Brave Lucy (f Sholokhov) unraced. 2007: BRIBON (c Pentire) 6 wins. 2008: Bella Bravo (f Noroit) 2009: BACARES (c Noroit) Winner at 4 in Czech Republic. 2010: Barcelona (c Shirocco) 2011: BORN TO RUN (c Shirocco) 1 win at 2 in Germany, Preis des Winterfavoriten G3. 2012: Bilbao (c Shirocco) 2nd Dam: BRAVOUR by Farat. 3 wins in West Germany. Dam of Bravo Gorl (f Tauchsport, see above) Broodmare Sire: TAUCHSPORT. Sire of the dams of 2 Stakes winners. In 2013 BORN TO RUN Shirocco G3.

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Mosella SHIROCCO b 2001 The Minstrel So Sedulous Sedulous BORN TO RUN b c 2011 Tuny Tauchsport Tauspur BRAVO GORL b 94 Farat Bravour Burleske

Razyana DUKE OF MARMALADE b 2004 Kingmambo Love Me True Lassie’s Lady QUADUNA b f 2010 Konigsstuhl Monsun Mosella QUELLE AMORE b 2003 Beau Genius Qelle Amie Qui Bid

829 - Premio Verziere - Memorial Aldo Cirla, G3, Milan, October 13, 2000m

830 - Premio Gran Criterium, G1, Milan, October 13, 1600m

1 Quaduna (GB) 3 b f Duke of Marmalade (IRE) - Quelle Amore (GER) (Monsun (GER)) 2 La Banderilla (FR) 3 b f Muhtathir (GB) - La Bandera (GB) (Bahhare (USA)) 3 Summer Fall (USA) 4 gr f Mizzen Mast (USA) - Momix (GB) (Selkirk (USA)) Age: 3; Starts: 6; Wins: 2; Places: 2 Earnings: £35,772 Sire: DUKE OF MARMALADE. Sire of 9 Stakes winners. In 2013 - QUADUNA Monsun G3, VENUS DE MILO Galileo G3, ALIVE ALIVE OH Sadler’s Wells LR, CHILDA Verglas LR, COUNT OF LIMONADE Darshaan LR, DUCHESS LEMONADE Giant’s Causeway LR, GUINNEVRE Galileo LR, MORNING FROST Keltos LR, WANNABE BETTER Shirley Heights LR. 1st Dam: QUELLE AMORE by Monsun. 2 wins at 2 and 3 in Germany, Schwarzgold Rennen G2. Own sister to QUIDAMO. Dam of 2 winners: 2009: BETPAK DALA (c Shamardal) 3 wins. 2010: QUADUNA (f Duke of Marmalade) 2 wins at 3 in Germany, Italy, Premio Verziere - Memorial Aldo Cirla G3. 2011: Quelle Chance (f Dubawi) unraced to date.

1 Priore Philip (ITY) 2 b c Dane Friendly (GB) - Lan Force (ITY) (Blu Air Force (IRE)) 2 Grey Greezly (FR) 2 b c Red Rocks (IRE) - Dan Grey (IRE) (Danehill (USA)) 3 Arpinati (GB) 2 br c Lucky Story (USA) - Lola Sapola (IRE) (Benny The Dip (USA)) Age: 2; Starts: 7; Wins: 6; Places: 1 Earnings: £143,071 Sire: DANE FRIENDLY. Sire of 4 Stakes winners. In 2013 - PRIORE PHILIP Blu Air Force G1, MISTER SANDRO Diesis LR. 1st Dam: Lan Force by Blu Air Force. 2 wins at 2 and 3 in Italy, 2nd Premio Divino Amore-Tattersalls LR. Own sister to AMALDI. Dam of 1 winner: 2011: PRIORE PHILIP (c Dane Friendly) 6 wins at 2 in Italy, Premio Gran Criterium G1, Premio Rumon LR. 2nd Dam: LAN FEI by Love The Groom. 3 wins at 3 in Italy. Dam of AMALDI (c Blu Air Force: Premio Divino Amore LR), Lan Force (f Blu Air Force, see above) Broodmare Sire: BLU AIR FORCE. Sire of the dams of 1 Stakes winners. In 2013 - PRIORE PHILIP Dane Friendly G1.

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2nd Dam: Qelle Amie by Beau Genius. 1 win at 3 in Germany, 2nd Grosser Stutenpreis der Dreijahrigen LR. Dam of QUELLE AMORE (f Monsun, see above), QSAR (c Tiger Hill: Coolmore Stud Baden-Baden Cup LR), QUIDAMO (c Monsun: AARON Automobile Rennen LR) Broodmare Sire: MONSUN. Sire of the dams of 28 Stakes winners. In 2013 LUCKY SPEED Silvano G1, PASTORIUS Soldier Hollow G1, DON BOSCO Barathea G2, TRES BLUE Anabaa Blue G2, QUADUNA Duke of Marmalade G3, KAPOUR Toylsome LR, SHANJIA Soldier Hollow LR, SOMMERABEND Shamardal LR, BABAWI Dubawi LR.

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international database Thousand Words (GB) - Elite Hope (USA) (Moment of Hope (USA)) 3 Kingsbarns (IRE) 3 b c Galileo (IRE) Beltisaal (FR) (Belmez (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 10; Wins: 6; Places: 3 Earnings: £1,086,518 Sire: CHOISIR. Sire of 55 Stakes winners. In 2013 - HISTORIAN Marauding G1, OBVIOUSLY Montjeu G1, OLYMPIC GLORY Alzao G1, ROYALSECURITYBABY Marscay G3, WOWEE Zabeel G3, CHOICE BRO Palace Music LR, DIAMOND EARTH Strategic LR, KALAHAAR Metal Storm LR, LE BONSIR Royal Academy LR, SIR MOMENTS Zabeel LR, SIREEZE Dr Johnson LR, ONE FINE DAY Night Shift LR. 1st Dam: ACIDANTHERA by Alzao. Winner at 3. Dam of 4 winners: 2000: (c Pursuit of Love) 2001: Margaret’s Dream (f Muhtarram). Broodmare. 2002: PACIFIC STAR (g Tagula) 2 wins at 3 in Spain. 2004: HE’S A HUMBUG (g Tagula) 4 wins at 2 to 5. 2005: Vica Pota (f King Charlemagne) 2006: MISTER DEE BEE (g Orpen) 4 wins. 2008: Gekko (g Iffraaj) ran. 2009: Apsaty Kyz (f Iffraaj) unraced. 2010: OLYMPIC GLORY (c Choisir) Sold 61,904gns yearling at DNPRM. 6 wins at 2 and 3 at home, France, Qipco Queen Elizabeth II S G1, Prix Jean-Luc Lagardere Grand Criterium G1, Veuve Clicquot Vintage S G2, 32red.com Superlative S G2, AON Greenham S G3, 2nd Qatar Prix du Moulin de Longchamp G1, P. Fresnay le Buffard Jacques Le Marois G1, Coventry S G2. Broodmare Sire: ALZAO. Sire of the dams of 100 Stakes winners. In 2013 OLYMPIC GLORY Choisir G1, POTALA PALACE Singspiel G3, IGHRAA Tamayuz LR, TABLE RONDE Astronomer Royal LR, UNCOILED Giant’s Causeway LR. The Choisir/Alzao cross has produced: OLYMPIC GLORY G1, LUNA NEL POZZO LR. Danehill Danehill Dancer Mira Adonde CHOISIR ch 99 Lunchtime Great Selection Pensive Mood OLYMPIC GLORY b c 2010 Lyphard Alzao Lady Rebecca ACIDANTHERA b 95 Shirley Heights Amaranthus Amaranda

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832 - Qipco Long Distance Cup, G3, Ascot, October 19, 16f 1 Royal Diamond (IRE) 7 b g King’s Best (USA) - Irresistible Jewel (IRE) (Danehill (USA)) 2 Harris Tweed (GB) 6 b g Hernando (FR) - Frog (GB) (Akarad (FR)) 3 Eye of The Storm (IRE) 3 ch c Galileo (IRE) - Mohican Princess (GB) (Shirley Heights) Age: 2-7; Starts: 34; Wins: 9; Places: 11 Earnings: £396,273 Sire: KING’S BEST. Sire of 54 Stakes winners. In 2013 - SAJJHAA Darshaan G1, EISHIN FLASH Platini G2, GENGIS Green Desert G3, ROYAL DIAMOND Danehill G3, NAVAJO CHIEF Rainbow Quest LR, REGARDE MOI Night Shift LR, RICH COAST Sadler’s Wells LR. 1st Dam: IRRESISTIBLE JEWEL by Danehill. 3 wins at 3, Ribblesdale S G2, 2nd Prix de l’Opera-Casino Barriere G1. Dam of 3 winners: 2005: MAD ABOUT YOU (f Indian Ridge) 3 wins at 2 to 4, Bruce Betting Newbridge Gladness S G3, 2nd Boylesports Irish 1000 Guineas G1, Audi Pretty Polly S G1, 3rd Moyglare Stud S G1, Prix Marcel Boussac-Barriere Deauville G1. Broodmare. 2006: ROYAL DIAMOND (g King’s Best) Sold 45,044gns yearling at GOOY1, 400,000gns 3yo at TAAUT. 9 wins at 3, 6 and 7, Gain Horse Feeds Irish St Leger G1, Qipco Long Distance Cup G3, Gain Irish St Leger Trial G3, Challenge S LR, 2nd Ballyroan S G3, At The Races Curragh Cup G3, 3rd Qipco Yorkshire Cup G2. 2008: Spoil Yourself (f Distorted Humor) unraced. Broodmare. 2009: PRINCESS HIGHWAY (f Street Cry). 3 wins at 3, Ribblesdale S G2, 3rd Darley Irish Oaks G1. 2010: Midnight Thoughts (f Henrythenavigator) unraced to date. 2012: (f Street Cry) 2013: (c Candy Ride) 2nd Dam: IN ANTICIPATION by Sadler’s Wells. 2 wins at 3. Dam of IRRESISTIBLE JEWEL (f Danehill, see above), DIAMOND TRIM (f Highest Honor: Finale S LR), Legal Jousting (c Indian Ridge: 2nd Desert King EBF Tetrarch S G3, 3rd Fort Marcy H G3). Grandam of PROFOUND BEAUTY, Rock Critic. Broodmare Sire: DANEHILL. Sire of the dams of 234 Stakes winners. In 2013 - CHRISELLIAM Iffraaj G1, FENOMENO Stay Gold G1, INTELLO Galileo G1, MORE THAN SACRED More Than Ready G1, ROMANTICA Galileo G1, RUUD AWAKENING Bernardini G1, FIX Iffraaj G2, MULAAZEM Dubai Destination G2, STAR OF GISELLE Reset

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G2, TAPESTRY Galileo G2, BERLING Montjeu G3, CUSTOM CUT Notnowcato G3, INTEGRAL Dalakhani G3, LADYS FIRST Dutch Art G3, MOREISH More Than Ready G3, MY TITANIA Sea The Stars G3, ROMANTIC MOON More Than Ready G3, ROYAL DIAMOND King’s Best G3, SCINTILLULA Galileo G3, SUGAR BOY Authorized G3, TREBLE JIG Gone West G3, WONDERFULLY Galileo G3, ARTISTIC JEWEL Excellent Art LR, CIHANIM Bin Ajwaad LR, GOLD SAND Footstepsinthesand LR, GOOD BABY Hussonet LR, GREY GREEZLY Red Rocks LR, JOLIE BLONDE Testa Rossa LR, JOYEUSE Oasis Dream LR, LEHAAF Excellent Art LR, MR BIG Elusive Quality LR, NOBLE MISSION Galileo LR, PAENE MAGNUS Teofilo LR, PALE MIMOSA Singspiel LR, RACING EIGHT Mossman LR, READY TO RIP More Than Ready LR, SECRET GESTURE Galileo LR, SIYENICA Azamour LR, STEINBECK Footstepsinthesand LR, UNDER THE EIFFEL Mossman LR, INISH ISLAND Trans Island LR, YANKEE HILL Muhtathir LR. The King’s Best/Danehill cross has produced: ROYAL DIAMOND G1, Bufera G3.

Mr Prospector Kingmambo Miesque KING’S BEST b 97 Lombard Allegretta Anatevka ROYAL DIAMOND b g 2006 Danzig Danehill Razyana IRRESISTIBLE JEWEL b 99 Sadler’s Wells In Anticipation Aptostar

833 - Qipco Champion Stakes, G1, Ascot, October 19, 10f 1 Farhh (GB) 5 b c Pivotal (GB) Gonbarda (GER) (Lando (GER)) 2 Cirrus des Aigles (FR) 7 b g Even Top (IRE) - Taille de Guepe (FR) (Septieme Ciel (USA)) 3 Ruler of The World (IRE) 3 ch c Galileo (IRE) - Love Me True (USA) (Kingmambo (USA)) Age: 2-5; Starts: 10; Wins: 5; Places: 5 Earnings: £1,328,153 Sire: PIVOTAL. Sire of 106 Stakes winners. In 2013 - FARHH Lando G1, MAAREK Indian Rocket G1, THE LARK In The Wings G2, AFRICAN STORY Gone West G3, HOT SNAP Kingmambo G3, CALYXA Lando LR, MILL MARIN Salse LR, PILOTE Rahy LR, QUIXOTE Devil’s Bag LR. 1st Dam: GONBARDA by Lando. 5 wins at 2 and 3 in Germany, P. Freunde

und Forderer Deutschlandpreis G1, IVG Preis von Europa G1, 2nd Grosser Volkswagen Preis von Baden G1. Own sister to GORLOR. Dam of 2 winners: 2008: FARHH (c Pivotal) 5 wins at 2 to 5, 2013, Qipco Champion S G1, JLT Lockinge S G1, 2nd Juddmonte International S G1, Coral Eclipse S G1, Qipco Sussex S G1, Qatar Prix du Moulin de Longchamp G1, 3rd 150th Anniv. Prince of Wales’s S G1. 2009: WELCOME GIFT (c Pivotal) Winner at 2. 2010: Royal Flag (c New Approach) 2011: Basem (c Pivotal) unraced to date. 2012: (c Pivotal) 2nd Dam: Gonfalon by Slip Anchor. unraced. Dam of GONBARDA (f Lando, see above), GONFILIA (f Big Shuffle: Vodafone Princess Elizabeth S G3), GONLARGO (g Big Shuffle: Grosser Preis der Dortmunder Wirtschaft G3, 2nd Mehl-Mulhens Rennen G2, Raab Karcher Baustoffe Cup G2, Berlin Brandenburg Trophy G2), GORLOR (c Lando: Preis des Casino Baden-Baden LR, 2nd Grosser Preis der Dortmunder Wirtschaft G3), Gondoro (c Big Shuffle: 3rd Preis des Winterfavoriten G3). Grandam of Signs In The Sand. Broodmare Sire: LANDO. Sire of the dams of 14 Stakes winners. In 2013 ALTANO Galileo G1, FARHH Pivotal G1, DABBITSE Soldier Hollow G3, DAYTONA BAY Motivator G3, DIAMOND DOVE Dr Fong G3, GLOOMY SUNDAY Singspiel G3, ARALDO High Chaparral LR, CALYXA Pivotal LR, ALPHA TWO Two-TwentyTwo LR. The Pivotal/Lando cross has produced: FARHH G1, CALYXA G2.

Nureyev Polar Falcon Marie d’Argonne PIVOTAL ch 93 Cozzene Fearless Revival Stufida FARHH b c 2008 Acatenango Lando Laurea GONBARDA b 2002 Slip Anchor Gonfalon Grimpola

834 - Qipco British Champions Sprint Stakes, G2, Ascot, October 19, 6f 1 Slade Power (IRE) 4 b c Dutch Art (GB) - Girl Power (IRE) (Key of Luck (USA)) 2 Jack Dexter (GB) 4 b/br g Orientor (GB) - Glenhurich (IRE) (Sri Pekan (USA)) 3 Viztoria (IRE) 3 b f Oratorio (IRE) - Viz


international database (IRE) (Darshaan) Age: 2-4; Starts: 15; Wins: 7; Places: 5 Earnings: £445,604 Sire: DUTCH ART. Sire of 12 Stakes winners. In 2013 - GARSWOOD Kyllachy G2, PRODUCER Irish River G2, SLADE POWER Key of Luck G2, DUTCH MASTERPIECE Foxhound G3, LADYS FIRST Danehill G3, LADY DUTCH Montjeu LR, OPSTINATE Barathea LR, VAN DER NEER King Charlemagne LR. 1st Dam: GIRL POWER by Key of Luck. Winner at 3. Own sister to Key Rose. Dam of 2 winners: 2009: SLADE POWER (c Dutch Art) Sold 4,761gns yearling at DNPRM. 7 wins at 2 to 4, Qipco British Champions Sprint S G2, Paypal Phoenix Sprint S G3, Woodies D.I.Y. Sapphire S G3, Blue Square Sandy Lane S LR, Belgrave S LR, 2nd Betfred Sprint Cup G1, 3rd Darley July Cup G1, Weatherbys Ireland Greenlands S G3. 2010: COOL POWER (f Verglas) Winner at 3. 2012: (f Rock of Gibraltar) 2nd Dam: Rumuz by Marju. Dam of Key Rose (f Key of Luck: 3rd Flame of Tara EBF S LR) Broodmare Sire: KEY OF LUCK. Sire of the dams of 8 Stakes winners. In 2013 SLADE POWER Dutch Art G2, SOCIETY ROCK Rock of Gibraltar G2, EXOGENESIS Dark Angel G3, BLACK ELEGANCE Footstepsinthesand LR, BIG TIME BILLY Definite Article LR.

Machiavellian Medicean Mystic Goddess DUTCH ART ch 2004 Spectrum Halland Park Lass Palacegate Episode SLADE POWER b c 2009 Chief’s Crown Key of Luck Balbonella GIRL POWER b 2004 Marju Rumuz Balqis

835 - Qipco Brit.Champions Fillies/Mare Stakes, G1, Ascot, October 19, 12f 1 Seal of Approval (GB) 4 b f Authorized (IRE) - Hannda (IRE) (Dr Devious (IRE)) 2 Belle de Crecy (IRE) 4 b f Rock of Gibraltar (IRE) - Bloemfontain (IRE) (Cape Cross (IRE)) 3 Talent (GB) 3 ch f New Approach (IRE) - Prowess (IRE) (Peintre Celebre (USA)) Age: 3-4; Starts: 6; Wins: 4; Places: 1 Earnings: £334,009

Sire: AUTHORIZED. Sire of 10 Stakes winners. In 2013 - AMBIVALENT Darshaan G1, COMPLACENT Quest For Fame G1, SEAL OF APPROVAL Dr Devious G1, REHN’S NEST Galileo G3, SUGAR BOY Danehill G3, DAKSHA Rahy LR, NICHOLS CANYON Dalakhani LR. 1st Dam: HANNDA by Dr Devious. Winner at 3 viz. www.fairyhouseracecourse.ie Maiden Fillies’ Stakes, Fairyhouse. Dam of 3 winners: 2007: BEGGAR’S OPERA (g Singspiel) Winner at 3. 2008: Instance (f Invincible Spirit) 3 wins at 2 and 3, 3rd Betfred TV Oak Tree S G3. 2009: SEAL OF APPROVAL (f Authorized) Sold 10,000gns yearling at TAOC1. 4 wins at 3 and 4, Qipco Brit.Champions Fillies/Mare S G1, British Stallion StudsEBF Chalice S LR. 2010: Misteray (g Singspiel) in training. 2011: (f Shirocco) 2012: (f Pastoral Pursuits) 2nd Dam: HANDAZA by Be My Guest. 1 win at 3. Dam of HAMAIRI (c Spectrum: Coolmore Stud Concorde S G3), HANABAD (c Cadeaux Genereux: Waterford Testimonial S LR, 2nd Ridgewood Pearl S G3), Handazan (g Nayef: 3rd EBF Barry Hills Further Flight S LR) Broodmare Sire: DR DEVIOUS. Sire of the dams of 20 Stakes winners. In 2013 - SEAL OF APPROVAL Authorized G1, BERKSHIRE Mount Nelson G2, MIDNIGHT SOPRANO Celtic Swing G3, MAMMA GIOVANNA Windsor Knot LR, WASHAAR Kodiac LR.

Earnings: £59,151 Sire: AREION. Sire of 20 Stakes winners. In 2013 - LIMARIO Lagunas G3, NABUCCO Lavirco G3, BIRTHDAY PRINCE Spectrum LR, SMOKE ON THE WATER Salse LR. 1st Dam: NUMERO UNO by Lavirco. 3 wins at 4 in Germany. Own sister to Nostrana. Dam of 2 winners: 2009: NO LIMIT (f King’s Best) Winner at 4 in Germany. 2010: NABUCCO (c Areion) 4 wins at 2 and 3 in France, Germany, Italy, Premio del Piazzale G3, Premio Vittorio Riva LR, 3rd Premio Vittorio di Capua G1. 2012: Nantiago (c Santiago) 2nd Dam: NIVEOLE by Soviet Star. 1 win at 3 in France. Dam of Nostrana (f Lavirco: 2nd Grosser Preis der Stadtsparkasse LR, Weidenspescher Stutenpreis LR) Broodmare Sire: LAVIRCO. Sire of the dams of 2 Stakes winners. In 2013 NABUCCO Areion G3.

Super Concorde Big Shuffle Raise Your Skirts AREION b 95 Caerleon Aerleona Alata NABUCCO b c 2010 Konigsstuhl Lavirco La Virginia NUMERO UNO br 2001 Soviet Star Niveole Tigresse d’Amour

837 - Premio Omenoni, G3, Milan, October 20, 1000m 1 Clorofilla (IRE) 3 b f Refuse To Bend (IRE) - Crudelia (IRE) (Great Commotion (USA)) 2 Kramulkie (IRE) 3 b c Aussie Rules (USA) - Intricate Design (GB) (Zafonic (USA)) 3 Art of Dreams (FR) 4 b c Dutch Art (GB) - Giant Dream (GB) (Giant’s Causeway (USA)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 12; Wins: 4; Places: 5 Earnings: £85,545

836 - Premio del Piazzale, G3, Milan, October 20, 1600m 1 Nabucco (GER) 3 b c Areion (GER) Numero Uno (GER) (Lavirco (GER)) 2 Porsenna (IRE) 3 b c Dylan Thomas (IRE) - Miss Mariduff (USA) (Hussonet (USA)) 3 Killachy Loose (GB) 4 br f Kyllachy (GB) - Vettori Loose (IRE) (Vettori (IRE)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 11; Wins: 4; Places: 3

Broodmare Sire: GREAT COMMOTION. Sire of the dams of 10 Stakes winners. In 2013 - CLOROFILLA Refuse To Bend G3.

Northern Dancer Sadler’s Wells Fairy Bridge REFUSE TO BEND b 2000 Gulch Market Slide Grenzen CLOROFILLA b f 2010 Nureyev Great Commotion Alathea CRUDELIA b 94 Busted Sovereign Flash Flashy

838 - Premio Dormello, G3, Milan, October 20, 1600m

Sadler’s Wells Montjeu Floripedes AUTHORIZED b 2004 Saumarez Funsie Vallee Dansante SEAL OF APPROVAL b f 2009 Ahonoora Dr Devious Rose of Jericho HANNDA ch 2002 Be My Guest Handaza Hazaradjat

Dam of 7 winners: 2000: Shock (c Wild Grouse) ran on the flat in Italy. 2001: CONTRO CANTO (c Wild Grouse) 10 wins at 2 to 6 in Italy. 2002: CENERE (f Priolo) 6 wins at 3 to 7 in Italy. Broodmare. 2003: CARTA CANTA (f Docksider) 7 wins at 3 to 7 in Italy. 2004: CONFIDENZA (f Exit To Nowhere) 9 wins at 3 to 7 in Italy. Broodmare. 2008: CRUCIVERBA (f Numerous) 3 wins at 3 and 5 in Italy. 2009: COLPEVOLE (c Whipper) 9 wins at 3 and 4 in Italy. 2010: CLOROFILLA (f Refuse To Bend) 4 wins at 2 and 3 in Italy, Premio Omenoni G3, Premio Nogara C. Maz LR, 2nd Premio Carlo Chiesa G3, 3rd Premio Sergio Cumani G3, Premio Regina Elena 1000 Guineas G3.

Sire: REFUSE TO BEND. Sire of 24 Stakes winners. In 2013 - ALMA’S FURY What A Guest G2, CLOROFILLA Great Commotion G3, WITHOUT FEAR Kahyasi G3, CHIARA WELLS Honour And Glory LR, COMBAT ZONE Zieten LR, INTRANSIGENT Pentire LR, KELINNI Darshaan LR, REFUSE TO BOBBIN Daggers Drawn LR. 1st Dam: CRUDELIA by Great Commotion. 5 wins at 3 and 4 in Italy.

1 Ombrage (FR) 2 b f Orpen (USA) Hideaway Heroine (IRE) (Hernando (FR)) 2 Vague Nouvelle (IRE) 2 ch f Mastercraftsman (IRE) - Zona (ITY) (Mr Greeley (USA)) 3 Finidaprest (IRE) 2 b/br f Dylan Thomas (IRE) - Sunsemperchi (GB) (Montjeu (IRE)) Age: 2; Starts: 2; Wins: 2; Places: 0 Earnings: £16,667 Sire: ORPEN. Sire of 75 Stakes winners. In 2013 - KOLLER Southern Halo G1, SABAYON Fitzcarraldo G1, VORDA Observatory G1, OMBRAGE Hernando G3, ORPELLO Almutawakel G3, DAVIDE Rainbow Corner LR, PRESTIGE VENDOME Dr Fong LR. 1st Dam: Hideaway Heroine by Hernando. 2 wins, 2nd JRA London Office’s Kyoto Sceptre S LR. Dam of 3 winners: 2004: Stowed Away (c Swain) 2006: Perils of Pauline (f

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international database Stravinsky) ran on the flat in USA. Broodmare. 2007: STREET LAIR (g Street Cry) 6 wins at 3, 5 and 6 in France. 2008: CISNEROS (c Johannesburg) 3 wins at 2 in Italy, Premio Vittorio Riva LR. 2011: OMBRAGE (f Orpen) Sold 9,523gns yearling at ARAUG. 2 wins at 2 in Italy, Premio Dormello G3. 2012: Maimara (f Makfi) 2013: (f Orpen) 2nd Dam: DULCINEA by Selkirk. 2 wins at 3. Dam of Hideaway Heroine (f Hernando, see above) Broodmare Sire: HERNANDO. Sire of the dams of 27 Stakes winners. In 2013 - CHARITY LINE Manduro G2, OMBRAGE Orpen G3, KEEGSQUAW Street Cry LR, BALTHAZAR KING King’s Theatre LR. The Orpen/Hernando cross has produced: OMBRAGE G3, SORCIERE G3.

Danzig Lure Endear ORPEN b 96 Devil’s Bag Bonita Francita Raise The Standard OMBRAGE b f 2011 Niniski Hernando Whakilyric HIDEAWAY HEROINE ch 99 Selkirk Dulcinea Ahohoney

839 - Gran Premio del Jockey Club, G1, Milan, October 20, 2400m 1 Earl of Tinsdal (GER) 5 b c Black Sam Bellamy (IRE) - Earthly Paradise (GER) (Dashing Blade) 2 Biz The Nurse (IRE) 3 b c Oratorio (IRE) - Biz Bar (GB) (Tobougg (IRE)) 3 Orsino (GER) 6 b c Mamool (IRE) Orosole (GER) (Platini (GER)) Age: 2-5; Starts: 16; Wins: 5; Places: 9 Earnings: £396,739 Sire: BLACK SAM BELLAMY. Sire of 10 Stakes winners. In 2013 - EARL OF TINSDAL Dashing Blade G1. 1st Dam: EARTHLY PARADISE by Dashing Blade. Winner at 3 in Germany. Own sister to Easy Way. Dam of 6 winners: 2004: EARLSALSA (c Kingsalsa) 10 wins to 2012 in France, Germany, Switzerland, G. P. der Nurnberger Versicherungsgruppe LR, 2nd Oleander-Rennen G3. 2005: EARL OF WINDS (c Samum) 7 wins at 3 to 7, 2012 in Germany, Switzerland. 2006: EASY TIGER (c Tiger Hill) 6

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Northern Dancer Sadler’s Wells Fairy Bridge BLACK SAM BELLAMY b 99 Miswaki Urban Sea Allegretta EARL OF TINSDAL b c 2008 Elegant Air Dashing Blade Sharp Castan EARTHLY PARADISE b 98 El Gran Senor Emy Coasting Coast Patrol

840 - Prix du Conseil de Paris, G2, Longchamp, October 20, 2400m 1 Norse King (FR) 4 ch g Norse Dancer

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(IRE) - Angel Wing (GB) (Barathea (IRE)) 2 Dupontal (IRE) 3 b c Blackdoun (FR) Be Yourself (FR) (Marchand de Sable (USA)) 3 Childa (IRE) 3 gr f Duke of Marmalade (IRE) - Chill (FR) (Verglas (IRE)) Age: 3-4; Starts: 14; Wins: 4; Places: 7 Earnings: £130,291 Sire: NORSE DANCER. Sire of 2 Stakes winners. In 2013 - NORSE KING Barathea G2. 1st Dam: Angel Wing by Barathea. unraced. Dam of 2 winners: 2007: Wing of Faith (c Kirkwall) 2008: Norse Wing (f Norse Dancer) 2009: NORSE KING (g Norse Dancer) 4 wins at 4 in France, Prix du Conseil de Paris G2, Prix Scaramouche LR. 2010: WINGLAND (f Lando) Winner at 3 in France. 2011: Angelic News (f American Post) 2nd Dam: LOCHANGEL by Night Shift. 3 wins at 2 and 4 Persimmon Homes Nunthorpe S G1. Broodmare Sire: BARATHEA. Sire of the dams of 64 Stakes winners. In 2013 - HUNTER’S LIGHT Dubawi G1, JAKKALBERRY Storming Home G2, NORSE KING Norse Dancer G2, PEACE AT LAST Oasis Dream G2, DANADANA Dubawi G3, MY CATCH Camacho G3, SHEER TALENT Redoute’s Choice G3, BAIE D’HONNEUR Baroud d’Honneur LR, CHARLES THE GREAT Holy Roman Emperor LR, LAVA FLOW Dalakhani LR, OPSTINATE Dutch Art LR.

Stakes winners. In 2013 - DAWN APPROACH Phone Trick G1, TALENT Peintre Celebre G1, LIBERTARIAN Darshaan G2, CAP O’RUSHES Shirley Heights G3, ELLIPTIQUE Kendor G3, MONTSEGUR Flying Spur G3, BE READY Gone West LR, BUNAIRGEAD Seeking The Gold LR. 1st Dam: Uryale by Kendor. 3 wins at 2 in France, 3rd Prix des Jouvenceaux et des Jouvencelles LR. Dam of 5 winners: 2004: CICEROLE (f Barathea) 4 wins at 2 to 4 in France, Prix Coronation LR, Prix de Lieurey-Shadwell LR, Prix Montretout LR, 2nd Princess Elizabeth S G3, Prix des Reservoirs G3, Prix Perth G3. Broodmare. 2005: MIRYALE (f Anabaa) Winner at 3 in France. Broodmare. 2009: UPPER HOUSE (c Barathea) 2 wins at 3 and 4 in France. 2010: LOWER EAST SIDE (c Teofilo) Winner at 3 in France. 2011: ELLIPTIQUE (c New Approach) 2 wins at 2 in France, Prix de Conde G3, 2nd Prix des Chenes G3, 3rd Criterium du Fonds Europeen de L’Elevage LR. 2012: (c Lawman) 2nd Dam: GREEN FIELD PARK by Akarad. 2 wins at 3 in France. Dam of WEDDING NIGHT (f Valanour: Prix Caravelle-Haras des Granges LR), Uryale (f Kendor, see above). Grandam of CHOOSE YOUR MOMENT, Yorktown, Dragonera. Broodmare Sire: KENDOR. Sire of the dams of 47 Stakes winners. In 2013 ELLIPTIQUE New Approach G3, SILAS MARNER Muhtathir G3, BACCHELLI Mujahid LR.

Diesis Halling Dance Machine NORSE DANCER b 2000 Rousillon River Patrol Boathouse NORSE KING ch g 2009 Sadler’s Wells Barathea Brocade ANGEL WING ch 2002 Night Shift Lochangel Peckitts Well

841 - Prix de Conde, G3, Longchamp, October 20, 1800m 1 Elliptique (IRE) 2 br c New Approach (IRE) - Uryale (FR) (Kendor (FR)) 2 Diaghan (FR) 2 gr c Lawman (FR) Diamilina (FR) (Linamix (FR)) 3 Salai (FR) 2 b c Myboycharlie (IRE) Mabadi (USA) (Sahm (USA)) Age: 2; Starts: 4; Wins: 2; Places: 2 Earnings: £74,227 Sire: NEW APPROACH. Sire of 10

Sadler’s Wells Galileo Urban Sea NEW APPROACH ch 2005 Ahonoora Park Express Matcher ELLIPTIQUE br c 2011 Kenmare Kendor Belle Mecene URYALE br 98 Akarad Green Field Park Green Rosy

842 - Mehl Mulhens Stiftung der Winterkonigin, G3, Baden-Baden, October 20, 1600m 1 Diamond Dove (GER) 2 b f Dr Fong (USA) - Dyveke (GER) (Lando (GER)) 2 Feodora (GER) 2 ch f Lord of England (GER) - Forever Nice (GER) (Greinton) 3 Filaga (FR) 2 b f Soldier Hollow (GB) Finessa (GER) (Law Society (USA)) Age: 2; Starts: 3; Wins: 2; Places: 1 Earnings: £97,804


international database Sire: DR FONG. Sire of 33 Stakes winners. In 2013 - BEATRICE Anita’s Prince G3, DIAMOND DOVE Lando G3, TESTA ROSSI Dancing Spree G3. 1st Dam: Dyveke by Lando. ran on the flat in Germany at 3. Own sister to DONALDSON and DAYTONA. Dam of 1 winner: 2009: Dangerous Gleam (c Generous) 2011: DIAMOND DOVE (f Dr Fong) 2 wins at 2 in Germany, Mehl Mulhens Stiftung der Winterkonigin G3. 2013: Dancing Hawk (c Soldier Hollow) 2nd Dam: Daytona Beach by Konigsstuhl. 4 wins at 2 and 4 in Germany, 2nd Fruhjahrs Stuten Preis LR. Dam of DONALDSON (g Lando: P. Freunde und Forderer Deutschlandpreis G1), DUKE OF HEARTS (c Halling: Grand Prix de Compiegne LR), DAYTONA (f Lando: Prix Occitanie LR, Preis der Hotellerie Baden-Baden LR, Grosser Preis der SEB Bank LR, 2nd Grosser SWB Stutenpreis von Bremen G3), DARK’N SHARP (g Sharpo: 3rd Rehabilitation of Racehorses Hurdle LR, Martell Red Rum H. Chase LR, 3rd Tote Exacta H. Chase G2). Grandam of DAYTONA BAY, Delightful Sofie, Delightful Mood. Broodmare Sire: LANDO. Sire of the dams of 14 Stakes winners. In 2013 ALTANO Galileo G1, FARHH Pivotal G1, DABBITSE Soldier Hollow G3, DAYTONA BAY Motivator G3, DIAMOND DOVE Dr Fong G3, GLOOMY SUNDAY Singspiel G3, ARALDO High Chaparral LR, CALYXA Pivotal LR, ALPHA TWO Two-TwentyTwo LR. Roberto Kris S Sharp Queen DR FONG ch 95 Miswaki Spring Flight Coco La I nvestment DIAMOND DOVE b f 2011 Acatenango Lando Laurea DYVEKE br 2004 Konigsstuhl Daytona Beach Domestica

843 - Hubertus-LiebrechtGedachtnispreis, G3, Baden-Baden, October 20, 2400m 1 Vif Monsieur (GER) 3 b c Doyen (IRE) - Vive Madame (GER) (Big Shuffle (USA)) 2 Slowfoot (GER) 5 b c Hernando (FR) Simply Red (GER) (Dashing Blade) 3 Wilddrossel (GER) 4 b f Dalakhani (IRE) - Wild Side (GER) (Sternkoenig (IRE)) Age: 2-3; Starts: 9; Wins: 4; Places: 3

Earnings: £109,950 Sire: DOYEN. Sire of 14 Stakes winners. In 2013 - ADOYA Dashing Blade G3, CAMBORNE Titus Livius G3, VIF MONSIEUR Big Shuffle G3, ORIENTAL MAGIC Big Shuffle LR, PIANA Big Shuffle LR, QUIZ MISTRESS Rainbow Quest LR, DOYLY CARTE Generous LR. 1st Dam: VIVE MADAME by Big Shuffle. 3 wins at 3 and 4 in Germany. Own sister to Vive La Reine and Vive La Vie. Dam of 3 winners: 2008: VIVE PAOLO (c Paolini) 3 wins. 2009: VIVE LUMIERE (f Ransom O’War) 2 wins at 3 and 4 in Germany, Italy. 2010: VIF MONSIEUR (c Doyen) 4 wins at 2 and 3 in Germany, Fruhjahrs-Preis des Bankhauses Metzler G3, Hubertus-LiebrechtGedachtnispreis G3, Henkel Trophy LR, 2nd Preis von Europa G1. 2011: Vif Garcon (c Doyen) in training. 2012: Vive Ma Fille (f Doyen) 2013: Vif Mon Fils (c Soldier Hollow) 2nd Dam: Vallauris by Surumu. unraced. Dam of VILETTA (f Doyen: Winterkonigin Trial LR, 3rd RIU Preis der Winterkonigin Rennen G3), Vive La Reine (f Big Shuffle: 3rd Preis des Porsche Zentrum Koln LR), Vive La Vie (f Big Shuffle: 2nd Henkel Trial Dusseldorfer Stutenpreis LR) Broodmare Sire: BIG SHUFFLE. Sire of the dams of 24 Stakes winners. In 2013 - STARSTRUCK Galileo G3, VIF MONSIEUR Doyen G3, ORIENTAL MAGIC Doyen LR, PIANA Doyen LR. The Doyen/Big Shuffle cross has produced: VIF MONSIEUR G1, ORIENTAL MAGIC LR, PIANA LR. Northern Dancer Sadler’s Wells Fairy Bridge DOYEN b 2000 Kris Moon Cactus Lady Moon VIF MONSIEUR b c 2010 Super Concorde Big Shuffle Raise Your Skirts VIVE MADAME b 2002 Surumu Vallauris Valseuse

USA 844 - PENNSYLVANIA DERBY, G2, Parx Racing, September 21, 9f 1 Will Take Charge (USA) 3 ch c Unbridled’s Song (USA) - Take Charge Lady (USA) (Dehere (USA))

2 Moreno (USA) 3 b c Ghostzapper (USA) - Danceinthesunlight (CAN) (A P Indy (USA)) 3 Battier (USA) 3 b c Tale of The Cat (USA) - Whobabydatiz (USA) (Boston Harbor (USA)) 845 - GALLANT BOB STAKES, G3, Parx Racing, September 21, 6f 1 City of Weston (USA) 3 gr/ro c Holy Bull (USA) - How About Dattt (USA) (Souvenir Copy (USA)) 2 Clearly Now (USA) 3 b/br c Horse Greeley (USA) - Bend (USA) (Arch (USA)) 3 Black Hornet (CAN) 3 b/br g Pioneering (USA) - Start Stinging (USA) (Siphon (BRZ)) 846 - COTILLION STAKES, G1, Parx Racing, September 21, 8f 110yds 1 Close Hatches (USA) 3 b/br f First Defence (USA) - Rising Tornado (USA) (Storm Cat (USA)) 2 Sweet Lulu (USA) 3 ch f Mr Greeley (USA) - Successful Outlook (USA) (Orientate (USA)) 3 Street Girl (USA) 3 b f Street Hero (USA) - Kristy Beethoven (USA) (Kris S (USA)) 847 - DOGWOOD STAKES, G3, Churchill Downs, September 21, 7f 1 Sky Girl (USA) 3 b/br f Sky Mesa (USA) - Vargas Girl (USA) (Deputy Minister (CAN)) 2 Irish Lute (USA) 3 b/br f Midnight Lute (USA) - Shaniowa (USA) (Storm Boot (USA)) 3 Elusive Fate (USA) 3 ch f Elusive Quality (USA) - Clear Destiny (USA) (Deputy Minister (CAN)) 848 - GALLANT BLOOM HANDICAP, G2, Belmont Park, September 21, 6f 110yds 1 Cluster of Stars (USA) 4 b f Greeley’s Galaxy (USA) - Babyurthegreatest (USA) (Honour And Glory (USA)) 2 Dance to Bristol (USA) 4 ch f Speightstown (USA) - Dance to Dawn (USA) (Louis Quatorze (USA)) 3 Dance Card (USA) 4 gr/ro f Tapit (USA) - Tempting Note (USA) (Editor’s Note (USA)) 849 - EDDIE D STAKES, G3, Santa Anita, September 27, 6f 110yds 1 Chips All In (USA) 4 b c North Light (IRE) - Maria’s Mirage (USA) (Maria’s Mon (USA)) 2 Boat Trip (USA) 4 b c Harlan’s Holiday (USA) - Turning Wheel (USA) (Seeking

The Gold (USA)) 3 Unbridled’s Note (USA) 4 b c Unbridled’s Song (USA) - Siberian Fur (USA) (Siberian Express (USA)) 850 - ZENYATTA STAKES, G1, Santa Anita, September 28, 8f 110yds 1 Beholder (USA) 3 b f Henny Hughes (USA) - Leslie’s Lady (USA) (Tricky Creek (USA)) 2 Authenticity (USA) 6 b f Quiet American (USA) - Court of Appeal (USA) (Deputy Minister (CAN)) 3 Joyful Victory (CAN) 5 gr/ro f Tapit (USA) - Wild Lucy Black (USA) (Wild Again (USA)) 851 - RODEO DRIVE STAKES, G1, Santa Anita, September 28, 10f 1 Tiz Flirtatious (USA) 5 b/br f Tizbud (USA) - Masquerade Belle (USA) (Victory Gallop (CAN)) 2 Marketing Mix (CAN) 5 b/br f Medaglia d’Oro (USA) - Instant Thought (USA) (Kris S (USA)) 3 Vionnet (USA) 4 gr/ro f Street Sense (USA) - Cambiocorsa (USA) (Avenue of Flags (USA)) 852 - FRONTRUNNER STAKES, G1, Santa Anita, September 28, 8f 110yds 1 Bond Holder (USA) 2 b c Mineshaft (USA) - Cielo Girl (USA) (Conquistador Cielo (USA)) 2 Dance With Fate (USA) 2 b/br c Two Step Salsa (USA) - Flirting With Fate (USA) (Saint Ballado (CAN)) 3 Tamarando (USA) 2 b/br c Bertrando (USA) - Tamarack Bay (USA) (Dehere (USA)) 853 - CHANDELIER STAKES, G1, Santa Anita, September 28, 8f 110yds 1 Secret Compass (USA) 2 b/br f Discreet Cat (USA) - Maria’s Pride (USA) (Maria’s Mon (USA)) 2 She’s A Tiger (USA) 2 b f Tale of The Cat (USA) - Shandra Smiles (USA) (Cahill Road (USA)) 3 Fascinating (USA) 2 b f Smart Strike (CAN) - Untouched Talent (USA) (Storm Cat (USA)) 854 - AWESOME AGAIN STAKES, G1, Santa Anita, September 28, 9f 1 Mucho Macho Man (USA) 5 b c Macho Uno (USA) - Ponche de Leona (USA) (Ponche (CAN)) 2 Paynter (USA) 4 b c Awesome Again (CAN) - Tizso (USA) (Cee’s Tizzy (USA))

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international database 3 Soi Phet (USA) 5 b/br g Tizbud (USA) Summer Jersey (USA) (Siberian Summer (USA)) 855 - JEFFERSON CUP STAKES, G3, Churchill Downs, September 28, 8f 1 General Election (USA) 3 b c Harlan’s Holiday (USA) - Menekineko (USA) (Kingmambo (USA)) 2 Redwood Kitten (USA) 3 ch c Kitten’s Joy (USA) - Chianti Red (USA) (Woodman (USA)) 3 Gentleman’s Kitten (USA) 3 b c Kitten’s Joy (USA) - Imagistic (USA) (Deputy Minister (CAN)) 856 - VOSBURGH INVITATIONAL STAKES, G1, Belmont Park, September 28, 6f 1 Private Zone (CAN) 4 b g Macho Uno (USA) - Auburn Beauty (USA) (Siphon (BRZ)) 2 Justin Phillip (USA) 5 b/br c First Samurai (USA) - Ava Knowsthecode (USA) (Cryptoclearance (USA)) 3 Strapping Groom (USA) 6 ch c Johannesburg (USA) - Something Silver (USA) (Silver Deputy (CAN)) 857 - KELSO HANDICAP, G2, Belmont Park, September 28, 8f 1 Graydar (USA) 4 gr/ro c Unbridled’s Song (USA) - Sweetest Smile (USA) (Dehere (USA)) 2 Brujo de Olleros (BRZ) 5 ch c Wild Event (USA) - Hit Oil (BRZ) (Roy (USA)) 3 Hymn Book (USA) 7 b/br g Arch (USA) - Vespers (USA) (Known Fact (USA)) 858 - JOE HIRSCH TURF CLASSIC INV. STAKES, G1, Belmont Park, September 28, 12f 1 Little Mike (USA) 6 b g Spanish Steps (USA) - Hay Jude (USA) (Wavering Monarch (USA)) 2 Big Blue Kitten (USA) 5 b c Kitten’s Joy (USA) - Spent Gold (USA) (Unaccounted For (USA)) 3 Real Solution (USA) 4 b c Kitten’s Joy (USA) - Reachfortheheavens (USA) (Pulpit (USA)) 859 - JOCKEY CLUB GOLD CUP INVITATIONAL STAKES, G1, Belmont Park, September 28, 10f 1 Ron The Greek (USA) 6 b c Full Mandate (USA) - Flambe’ (USA) (Fortunate Prospect (USA)) 2 Palace Malice (USA) 3 b c Curlin (USA) - Palace Rumor (USA) (Royal Anthem (USA)) 3 Flat Out (USA) 7 b c Flatter (USA) -

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Cresta Lil (USA) (Cresta Rider (USA)) 860 - FLOWER BOWL INVITATIONAL STAKES, G1, Belmont Park, September 28, 10f 1 Laughing (IRE) 5 b f Dansili (GB) Comic (IRE) (Be My Chief (USA)) 2 Tannery (IRE) 4 b f Dylan Thomas (IRE) - Danse Grecque (IRE) (Sadler’s Wells (USA)) 3 Mystical Star (USA) 5 b f Ghostzapper (USA) - Capture a Star (USA) (Capote (USA)) 861 - BELDAME INVITATIONAL STAKES, G1, Belmont Park, September 28, 9f 1 Princess of Sylmar (USA) 3 ch f Majestic Warrior (USA) - Storm Dixie (USA) (Catienus (USA)) 2 Royal Delta (USA) 5 b/br f Empire Maker (USA) - Delta Princess (USA) (A P Indy (USA)) 3 Centring (USA) 5 b f A P Indy (USA) Composure (USA) (Touch Gold (USA)) 862 - JOHN HENRY TURF CHAMPIONSHIP STAKES, G2, Santa Anita, September 29, 10f 1 Indy Point (ARG) 4 ch c Indygo Shiner (USA) - Red Point (ARG) (Parade Marshal (USA)) 2 Vagabond Shoes (IRE) 6 ch g Beat Hollow (GB) - Atiza (IRE) (Singspiel (IRE)) 3 Lucayan (FR) 4 b c Turtle Bowl (IRE) La Vltava (IRE) (Grand Lodge (USA)) 863 - OKLAHOMA DERBY, G3, Remington Park, September 29, 9f 1 Broadway Empire (USA) 3 b g Empire Maker (USA) - Broadway Hoofer (USA) (Belong To Me (USA)) 2 Cameo Appearance (USA) 3 b c Majestic Warrior (USA) - Sweet Beat (USA) (Tiznow (USA)) 3 Carve (USA) 3 b/br g First Samurai (USA) - Apt (USA) (A P Indy (USA)) 864 - MATRON STAKES, G2, Belmont Park, September 29, 6f 1 Miss Behaviour (USA) 2 b f Jump Start (USA) - Successful Romance (USA) (Successful Appeal (USA)) 2 Sweet Whiskey (USA) 2 b f Old Fashioned (USA) - Baby Betty (USA) (El Corredor (USA)) 3 Gracer (USA) 2 gr/ro f Exchange Rate (USA) - Tina’s Goal (USA) (El Corredor (USA))

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865 - FUTURITY STAKES, G2, Belmont Park, September 29, 6f 1 In Trouble (USA) 2 b c Tiz Wonderful (USA) - Ballpark Butterfly (USA) (Grand Slam (USA)) 2 Corfu (USA) 2 b c Malibu Moon (USA) - Fashion Cat (USA) (Forest Wildcat (USA)) 3 Big Sugar Soda (USA) 2 b/br c Ready’s Image (USA) - Squeakums (USA) (Fusaichi Pegasus (USA)) 866 - STOLL KEENON OGDEN PHOENIX STAKES, G3, Keeneland, October 4, 6f 1 Sum of The Parts (USA) 4 b/br c Speightstown (USA) - Enjoy the Moment (USA) (Slew’s Royalty (USA)) 2 Laugh Track (USA) 4 b c Distorted Humor (USA) - Flaming Heart (USA) (Touch Gold (USA)) 3 Go Blue Or Go Home (USA) 4 b g Bluegrass Cat (USA) - Go Baby Go (IRE) (Lion Cavern (USA)) 867 - DARLEY ALCIBIADES STAKES, G1, Keeneland, October 4, 8f 110yds 1 My Conquestadory (USA) 2 b/br f Artie Schiller (USA) - Golden Artemis (USA) (Malibu Moon (USA)) 2 Rosalind (USA) 2 ch f Broken Vow (USA) - Critics Acclaim (USA) (Theatrical) 3 Battlefield Angel (USA) 2 ch f Proud Citizen (USA) - Langara Lass (USA) (Langfuhr (CAN)) 868 - MAZARINE STAKES, G3, Woodbine, October 5, 1600m 1 Madly Truly (USA) 2 b f Malibu Moon (USA) - Beautifulballerina (USA) (Nureyev (USA)) 2 Unspurned (CAN) 2 ch f Lemon Drop Kid (USA) - Banga Ridge (USA) (Snow Ridge (USA)) 3 Morant Bay (USA) 2 b/br f Badge of Silver (USA) - Roo Roo (USA) (Meadowlake (USA)) 869 - SANTA ANITA SPRINT CHAMPIONSHIP STAKES, G1, Santa Anita, October 5, 6f 1 Points Offthebench (USA) 4 b/br g Benchmark (USA) - Mo Chuisle (USA) (Free House (USA)) 2 Goldencents (USA) 3 b c Into Mischief (USA) - Golden Works (CAN) (Banker’s Gold (USA)) 3 Distinctiv Passion (USA) 3 b/br c With Distinction (USA) - Dance Forthe Green (USA) (West By West (USA))

870 - CITY OF HOPE MILE STAKES, G2, Santa Anita, October 5, 8f 1 No Jet Lag (USA) 3 b g Johar (USA) Desert Sky (IRE) (Green Desert (USA)) 2 He Be Fire N Ice (USA) 5 gr/ro c Unusual Heat (USA) - Deputy Tombe (USA) (Deputy Commander (USA)) 3 Barocci (JPN) 5 b/br c Deep Impact (JPN) - Bastet (IRE) (Giant’s Causeway (USA)) 871 - THOROUGHBRED CLUB OF AMERICA STAKES, G2, Keeneland, October 5, 6f 1 Judy The Beauty (CAN) 4 ch f Ghostzapper (USA) - Holy Blitz (USA) (Holy Bull (USA)) 2 Gypsy Robin (USA) 4 b f Daaher (CAN) - Feisty Princess (USA) (Indian Charlie (USA)) 3 Groupie Doll (USA) 5 ch f Bowman’s Band (USA) - Deputy Doll (USA) (Silver Deputy (CAN)) 872 - SHADWELL TURF MILE STAKES, G1, Keeneland, October 5, 8f 110yds 1 Silver Max (USA) 4 b c Badge of Silver (USA) - Kissin Rene (USA) (Kissin Kris (USA)) 2 Wise Dan (USA) 6 ch g Wiseman’s Ferry (USA) - Lisa Danielle (USA) (Wolf Power (SAF)) 3 Willcox Inn (USA) 5 b/br c Harlan’s Holiday (USA) - De Aar (USA) (Gone West (USA)) 873 - KEENELAND WOODFORD STAKES, G3, Keeneland, October 5, 5f 110yds 1 Havelock (USA) 6 b g Great Notion (USA) - Piconeach (NZ) (Spectacular Love (USA)) 2 Expecting Cash (USA) 5 ch g Littleexpectations (USA) - Chenoa (USA) (Wild Again (USA)) 3 Spring To The Sky (USA) 4 b/br c Langfuhr (CAN) - Seek To Soar (USA) (Seeking The Gold (USA)) 874 - FIRST LADY STAKES, G1, Keeneland, October 5, 8f 1 Better Lucky (USA) 4 b f Ghostzapper (USA) - Sahara Gold (USA) (Seeking The Gold (USA)) 2 Dayatthespa (USA) 4 ch f City Zip (USA) - M’Lady Doc (USA) (Doc’s Leader (USA)) 3 Daisy Devine (USA) 5 b f Kafwain (USA) - Devil’s Dispute (USA) (Devil’s Bag (USA))


international database 875 - DIXIANA BREEDERS’ FUTURITY, G1, Keeneland, October 5, 8f 110yds

880 - FRIZETTE STAKES, G1, Belmont Park, October 5, 8f

1 We Miss Artie (CAN) 2 b/br c Artie Schiller (USA) - Athena’s Gift (USA) (Fusaichi Pegasus (USA)) 2 Smarty’s Echo (USA) 2 ch c Smarty Jones (USA) - Silver Echo (USA) (Eastern Echo (USA)) 3 Arctic Slope (USA) 2 ch c Van Nistelrooy (USA) - Alpine Spring (USA) (Coronado’s Quest (USA))

1 Artemis Agrotera (USA) 2 b f Roman Ruler (USA) - Indy Glory (USA) (A P Indy (USA)) 2 Sweet Reason (USA) 2 b f Street Sense (USA) - Livermore Leslie (USA) (Mt Livermore (USA)) 3 Stopchargingmaria (USA) 2 b/br f Tale of The Cat (USA) - Exotic Bloom (USA) (Montbrook (USA))

876 - INDIANA OAKS, G2, Indiana Downs, October 5, 8f 110yds 1 Pure Fun (USA) 3 ch f Pure Prize (USA) - Chelsea Green (USA) (Key To The Mint (USA)) 2 Oscar Party (USA) 3 b f Dixie Union (USA) - Dream Lady (USA) (Old Trieste (USA)) 3 Fiftyshadesofhay (USA) 3 b f Pulpit (USA) - Quiet Kim (USA) (Real Quiet (USA)) 877 - INDIANA DERBY, G2, Indiana Downs, October 5, 8f 110yds 1 Power Broker (USA) 3 ch c Pulpit (USA) - Shop Again (USA) (Wild Again (USA)) 2 Bradester (USA) 3 b c Lion Heart (USA) - Grandestofall (USA) (Grand Slam (USA)) 3 Holy Lute (USA) 3 gr/ro c Midnight Lute (USA) - Holy Christmas (USA) (Holy Bull (USA)) 878 - HAWTHORNE DERBY, G3, Hawthorne, October 5, 9f 1 Kid Dreams (CAN) 3 b c Lemon Drop Kid (USA) - Dreams (USA) (Silver Hawk (USA)) 2 Charming Kitten (USA) 3 b/br c Kitten’s Joy (USA) - Iteration (USA) (Wild Again (USA)) 3 Five Iron (USA) 3 ch c Sharp Humor (USA) - Tee Off (USA) (Thunder Gulch (USA)) 879 - JAMAICA HANDICAP, G1, Belmont Park, October 5, 9f 1 Up With The Birds (CAN) 3 b c Stormy Atlantic (USA) - Song of The Lark (CAN) (Seeking The Gold (USA)) 2 Admiral Kitten (USA) 3 b c Kitten’s Joy (USA) - Reachinforthestars (USA) (Grand Slam (USA)) 3 Jack Milton (USA) 3 b/br c War Front (USA) - Preserver (USA) (Forty Niner (USA))

885 - BOURBON STAKES, G3, Keeneland, October 6, 8f 110yds

890 - KNICKERBOCKER STAKES, G3, Belmont Park, October 12, 9f

1 Poker Player (USA) 2 gr/ro c Harlan’s Holiday (USA) - Revel in the Win (USA) (Red Bullet (USA)) 2 Bashart (USA) 2 b c War Front (USA) Busy Windsong (USA) (Clever Trick (USA)) 3 Bon Accord (USA) 2 ch c Showing Up (USA) - Best Regards (USA) (Street Cry (IRE))

1 Za Approval (USA) 5 gr/ro g Ghostzapper (USA) - Win Approval (USA) (With Approval (CAN)) 2 Plainview (USA) 5 b g Street Cry (IRE) Butterfield (USA) (Unbridled’s Song (USA)) 3 Howe Great (USA) 4 b/br c Hat Trick (JPN) - Ginger Sea (SAF) (Western Winter (USA))

881 - FOXWOODS CHAMPAGNE STAKES, G1, Belmont Park, October 5, 8f

886 - PILGRIM STAKES, G3, Belmont Park, October 6, 8f 110yds

891 - ATHENIA STAKES, G3, Belmont Park, October 12, 8f 110yds

1 Havana (USA) 2 gr/ro c Dunkirk (USA) - Missy Turtle (USA) (Kyle’s Our Man (USA)) 2 Honor Code (USA) 2 b/br c A P Indy (USA) - Serena’s Cat (USA) (Storm Cat (USA)) 3 Ride On Curlin (USA) 2 b c Curlin (USA) - Magical Ride (USA) (Storm Cat (USA))

1 Bobby’s Kitten (USA) 2 b c Kitten’s Joy (USA) - Celestial Woods (USA) (Forestry (USA)) 2 Shadow Banking (USA) 2 b/br c Harlan’s Holiday (USA) - Rietondale (USA) (Dynaformer (USA)) 3 Captain’s Affair (IRE) 2 ch c Captain Rio (GB) - Hugs ‘n Kisses (IRE) (Noverre (USA))

1 Pianist (USA) 4 ch f More Than Ready (USA) - Red Piano (USA) (Red Ransom (USA)) 2 Abaco (USA) 5 ch f Giant’s Causeway (USA) - Cat Cay (USA) (Pleasant Colony (USA)) 3 Samitar (GB) 4 b f Rock of Gibraltar (IRE) - Aileen’s Gift (IRE) (Rainbow Quest (USA))

882 - GREY STAKES, G3, Woodbine, October 6, 1600m

887 - MISS GRILLO STAKES, G3, Belmont Park, October 6, 8f 110yds

1 Ami’s Holiday (CAN) 2 b c Harlan’s Holiday (USA) - Victorious Ami (CAN) (Victory Gallop (CAN)) 2 Big Bazinga (USA) 2 b/br c Bluegrass Cat (USA) - Darling Daughter (USA) (Maria’s Mon (USA)) 3 Go Greeley (CAN) 2 b/br c Horse Greeley (USA) - Orchids Halo (CAN) (Smoke Glacken (USA)) 883 - DURHAM CUP STAKES, G3, Woodbine, October 6, 1800m 1 James Street (USA) 6 b c El Prado (IRE) - Alleynedale (USA) (Unbridled (USA)) 2 Alpha Bettor (USA) 5 ch c Alphabet Soup (USA) - Scatter Buy (USA) (Relaunch (USA)) 3 Awesome Overture (CAN) 4 b/br c Awesome Again (CAN) - Fifth Overture (USA) (Pulpit (USA)) 884 - JUDDMONTE SPINSTER STAKES, G1, Keeneland, October 6, 9f 1 Emollient (USA) 3 b f Empire Maker (USA) - Soothing Touch (USA) (Touch Gold (USA)) 2 Summer Applause (USA) 4 b f Harlan’s Holiday (USA) - Summer Exhibition (USA) (Royal Academy (USA)) 3 Wine Princess (USA) 4 ch f Ghostzapper (USA) - Azeri (USA) (Jade Hunter (USA))

1 Testa Rossi (FR) 2 ch f Dr Fong (USA) - Peggy Lane (FR) (Dancing Spree (USA)) 2 Sky Painter (USA) 2 b/br f Street Cry (IRE) - Skylighter (USA) (Sky Mesa (USA)) 3 Dancing House (USA) 2 gr/ro f Tapit (USA) - Tout Charmant (USA) (Slewvescent (USA)) 888 - J P MORGAN CHASE JESSAMINE STAKES, G3, Keeneland, October 9, 8f 110yds 1 Kitten Kaboodle (USA) 2 ch f Kitten’s Joy (USA) - Easy Slam (USA) (Grand Slam (USA)) 2 Zinzay (USA) 2 b/br f Smart Strike (CAN) - Music Room (USA) (Unbridled’s Song (USA)) 3 Courtesan (USA) 2 b f Street Sense (USA) - Lady Discreet (USA) (Boundary (USA))

892 - NEARCTIC STAKES, G1, Woodbine, October 13, 1200m 1 Phil’s Dream (CAN) 5 b/br g Philanthropist (USA) - Dream A Dream (GB) (Emperor Jones (USA)) 2 Mr Online (CAN) 4 b g Silent Name (JPN) - Our Miss Jones (USA) (Alphabet Soup (USA)) 3 Longhunter (GB) 5 b g Halling (USA) Dawnus (IRE) (Night Shift (USA)) 893 - BALLERINA STAKES, G3, Hastings Park, October 14, 1800m 1 Madeira Park (USA) 4 b f Langfuhr (CAN) - Capilano (USA) (Demons Begone (USA)) 2 Wando Woman (CAN) 6 b/br f Wando (CAN) - Navajo Rain (USA) (Marshua’s Dancer (USA)) 3 Touching Promise (CAN) 3 ch f Touch Gold (USA) - Promise One (USA) (Old Trieste (USA)) 894 - BC PREMIER’S HANDICAP, G3, Hastings Park, October 14, 2200m

889 - QUEEN ELIZABETH II CHALLENGE CUP STAKES, G1, Keeneland, October 12, 9f 1 Kitten’s Dumplings (USA) 3 b f Kitten’s Joy (USA) - Granny Franny (USA) (Grand Slam (USA)) 2 Alterite (FR) 3 b f Literato (FR) - Ana Luna (GB) (Dream Well (FR)) 3 Caroline Thomas (USA) 3 ch f Giant’s Causeway (USA) - Bit of Whimsy (USA) (Distorted Humor (USA))

1 Commander (USA) 5 b g Broken Vow (USA) - Pout (USA) (Deputy Minister (CAN)) 2 Title Contender (USA) 3 b/br g Pulpit (USA) - Winter Garden (USA) (Roy (USA)) 3 Wilo Kat (CAN) 4 ch g Katahaula County (CAN) - Regal Red (CAN) (On Target (USA))

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international database 895 - PIN OAK VALLEY VIEW STAKES, G3, Keeneland, October 18, 8f 110yds

1 Overheard (USA) 3 b f Macho Uno (USA) - Whisper to Me (USA) (Thunder Gulch (USA)) 2 Nellie Cashman (USA) 3 b/br f Mineshaft (USA) - Alison’s Winner (USA) (Pine Bluff (USA)) 3 Summer of Fun (USA) 3 b/br f Include (USA) - Royal Innocence (USA) (Royal Anthem (USA)) 896 - LEXUS RAVEN RUN STAKES, G2, Keeneland, October 19, 7f

1 Madame Cactus (USA) 3 ch f Cactus Ridge (USA) - An Annika Moment (USA) (Mecke (USA)) 2 Eden Prairie (USA) 3 b/br f Mizzen Mast (USA) - Clerico (USA) (Elusive Quality (USA)) 3 My Option (USA) 3 gr/ro f Belong To Me (USA) - Out of Options (USA) (Cohiba (USA))

WORLDWIDE 897 - Grande Premio Immensity, G1, Cidade Jardim, June 22, 1600m

1 Estupenda Demais (BRZ) 3 b f Onward Royal (BRZ) - Ki Nave (BRZ) (Roi Normand (USA)) 2 Angel Carina (BRZ) 3 f Elusive Quality (USA) - Newly Wed (BRZ) (Royal Academy (USA)) 3 Serata Bella (BRZ) 3 ch f Vettori (IRE) Byzange (BRZ) (Royal Academy (USA)) Sire: ONWARD ROYAL. Sire of 1 Stakes winners. In 2013 - ESTUPENDA DEMAIS Roi Normand G1. 1st Dam: KI NAVE by Roi Normand. Winner at 3 in Brazil. Dam of 1 winner: 2008: (c Amigoni) 2009: Druidessa (f Amigoni) unraced. 2010: ESTUPENDA DEMAIS (f Onward Royal) 3 wins in Brazil, Grande Premio Immensity G1. Broodmare Sire: ROI NORMAND. Sire of the dams of 35 Stakes winners. In 2013 - ESTUPENDA DEMAIS Onward Royal G1.

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898 - Grande Premio Farewell, G1, Cidade Jardim, June 22, 1600m 1 Fixador (BRZ) 3 c Crafty C T (USA) Nein (BRZ) (Know Heights (IRE)) 2 Jaspion Silent (BRZ) 3 b c Silent Name (JPN) - Xiririca da Serra (BRZ) (Know Heights (IRE)) 3 Alto-Quilate (BRZ) 3 b c Elusive Quality (USA) - Girafinha (BRZ) (Exclusive One (USA)) Sire: CRAFTY C T. Sire of 2 Stakes winners. In 2013 - FIXADOR Know Heights G1, FATIOTA Thignon Lafre LR. 1st Dam: Nein by Know Heights. unraced. Dam of 4 winners: 2003: ALEMANHA (f A Good Reason) 2 wins in Brazil. 2006: BOMBARDINA (f Thignon Lafre) 3 wins in Brazil. 2007: Clotelvina (f Thignon Lafre) unraced. 2008: DURANGO (c Urodonal) Winner in Brazil. 2010: FIXADOR (c Crafty C T) 2 wins in Brazil, Grande Premio Farewell G1. 2nd Dam: Urban Gypsy by Greinton. 3 wins in USA, 3rd Jan Jessie S LR. Broodmare Sire: KNOW HEIGHTS. Sire of the dams of 3 Stakes winners. In 2013 - FIXADOR Crafty C T G1, GOLDEN GOD Public Purse LR. Mr Prospector Crafty Prospector Real Crafty Lady CRAFTY C T ch 98 Far North Andriana B Sign Language FIXADOR c 2010 Shirley Heights Know Heights Unknown Lady NEIN 99 Greinton Urban Gypsy Almira

899 - Takarazuka Kinen, G1, Hanshin, June 23, 2200m 1 Gold Ship (JPN) 4 gr c Stay Gold (JPN) - Point Flag (JPN) (Mejiro McQueen (JPN)) 2 Danon Ballade (JPN) 5 b/br c Deep

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Impact (JPN) - Lady Ballade (IRE) (Unbridled (USA)) 3 Gentildonna (JPN) 4 b f Deep Impact (JPN) - Donna Blini (GB) (Bertolini (USA)) Age: 2-4; Starts: 13; Wins: 9; Places: 2 Earnings: £6,792,767 Sire: STAY GOLD. Sire of 22 Stakes winners. In 2013 - FENOMENO Danehill G1, GOLD SHIP Mejiro McQueen G1, NAKAYAMA KNIGHT Cacoethes G2, ORFEVRE Mejiro McQueen G2. 1st Dam: Point Flag by Mejiro McQueen. Winner at 2 in Japan, 2nd Tulip Sho LR. Dam of 4 winners: 2004: HONEY FLAG (f Fuji Kiseki) 2 wins at 3 and 4 in Japan. 2005: Point Gold (c Gold Allure) ran on the flat in Japan. 2006: Country Flag (c Timber Country) ran on the flat in Japan. 2007: MIRACLE FLAG (f Spicule) Winner at 3 in Japan. 2009: GOLD SHIP (c Stay Gold) Champion 3yr old colt in Japan in 2012. 9 wins at 2 to 4 in Japan, Kikuka Sho (St Leger) G1, Arima Kinen G1, Takarazuka Kinen G1, Satsuki Sho (2000 Guineas) G1, Kobe Shimbun Hai G2, Hanshin Daishoten G2, Kyodo News Service Hai S G3, 2nd Sapporo Nisai S G3, Radio Nikkei Hai Nisai S G3. 2010: POINT KISEKI (f Fuji Kiseki) Winner at 3 in Japan. 2011: (c Stay Gold) 2nd Dam: Pastoralism by Pluralisme. ran on the flat in Japan at 4 to 6. Dam of Point Flag (f Mejiro McQueen, see above) Broodmare Sire: MEJIRO MCQUEEN. Sire of the dams of 5 Stakes winners. In 2013 - GOLD SHIP Stay Gold G1, ORFEVRE Stay Gold G2. The Stay Gold/Mejiro McQueen cross has produced: DREAM JOURNEY G1, GOLD SHIP G1, ORFEVRE G1, FATEFUL WAR G2. Halo Sunday Silence Wishing Well STAY GOLD b 94 Dictus Golden Sash Dyna Sash GOLD SHIP gr c 2009 Mejiro Titan Mejiro McQueen Mejiro Aurola POINT FLAG gr 98 Pluralisme Pastoralism Tokuno Eighty

900 - Grande Premio Margarida Polak Lara, G1, Gavea, June 29, 1600m 1 Brilhantissima (BRZ) 3 f Put It Back (USA) - Lamparina (USA) (Roy (USA))

2 Ana Luisa (BRZ) 3 b f Elusive Quality (USA) - New Regina (BRZ) (Royal Academy (USA)) 3 Biglietteria (BRZ) 3 ch f Put It Back (USA) - Special Lady (ARG) (Lode (USA)) Sire: PUT IT BACK. Sire of 40 Stakes winners. In 2013 - BRILHANTISSIMA Roy G1, BAL A BALI Clackson G3, BILLION DOLLAR Lode G3, BILLY GIRL Lode G3, DESEJADO PUT Notation G3, TARTAN HALL Lode G3, ANDARILHO Dodge LR, TAP IS BACK Mari’s Book LR. 1st Dam: LAMPARINA by Roy. 4 wins in Brazil, Grande Premio Duque de Caxias G2. Dam of 5 winners: 2003: Qui Luce (f Jules) 2 wins in Brazil, 2nd Classico Octavio du Pont LR, 3rd G. P. Henrique Possollo (1000 Guineas) G1. Broodmare. 2004: Rainbow Bright (f Blush Rambler) 2 wins in Brazil, 3rd G. P. Zelia Gonzaga Peixoto de Castro G1. 2005: Solaris (c Blush Rambler) 3rd GP Asoc.Bras.Criadores Cavalo de Corrida G1. 2007: UM CRAQUE (c Wild Event) 5 wins in Brazil. 2009: ANO-LUZ (c Wild Event) 2 wins in Brazil. 2010: BRILHANTISSIMA (f Put It Back) 2 wins in Brazil, Grande Premio Margarida Polak Lara G1, 2nd G. P. Francisco Villela de Paula Machado G2, 3rd Grande Premio Luiz Fernando Cirne Lima G3. 2nd Dam: Kuda by Strawberry Road. 2 wins in USA, 2nd Fair Grounds Oaks G3. Dam of LAMPARINA (f Roy, see above), MALIZIOSA (f Dynaformer: Edgewood S LR, Summertime Promise H LR). Grandam of BOBINA, Tutti Buona Gente. Broodmare Sire: ROY. Sire of the dams of 86 Stakes winners. In 2013 BRILHANTISSIMA Put It Back G1, DON DIONISIO Pyrus G1, EXCHANGER Exchange Rate G3, SOUND MUSIC Storm Surge G3, GET THE COLOR Indy Dancer LR, NOBLE BELLEZA Happy Hunting LR. The Put It Back/Roy cross has produced: BRILHANTISSIMA G1, Software G2, Rotulado LR. Relaunch Honour And Glory Fair To All PUT IT BACK b 98 Exuberant Miss Shoplifter Articulate Robbery BRILHANTISSIMA f 2010 Fappiano Roy Adlibber LAMPARINA b 98 Strawberry Road Kuda Tangaroa


international database 901 - G. P. J Adhemar de Almeida Prado, G1, Gavea, June 29, 1600m 1 Farrier (BRZ) 3 b c Pioneering (USA) Kournikova (BRZ) (Irish Fighter (USA)) 2 Beausejour (BRZ) 3 b c Torrential (USA) - On Your Own (BRZ) (Candy Stripes (USA)) 3 North Sail (BRZ) 3 c First American (USA) - Chris Lady (IRE) (Grand Lodge (USA)) Sire: PIONEERING. Sire of 20 Stakes winners. In 2013 - FARRIER Irish Fighter G1. 1st Dam: Kournikova by Irish Fighter. Own sister to Ubajara Fighter. Dam of 3 winners: Companheira Fiel (f Gilded 2007: Time) ran on the flat in Brazil. 2008: DOMINANT FIGHTER (c Holzmeister) 2 wins in Brazil. 2009: Edu Querido (c Holzmeister) 2 wins in Brazil, 2nd Grande Premio Presidente da Republica G1. 2010: FARRIER (c Pioneering) 2 wins in Brazil, G. P. J Adhemar de Almeida Prado G1, Grande Premio Conde de Herzberg G2. 2nd Dam: Fortuna Rich by Faranloy. unraced. Dam of JARRINHO (c Jarraar: Grande Premio Presidente da Republica G1, Grande Premio Presidente da Republica G1, 3rd Grande Premio Presidente da Republica G1), Ubajara Fighter (c Irish Fighter: 2nd C. Presidente Augusto Souza Queiroz LR, Classico Breno Caldas LR, 3rd G. P. Presidente Jose de Souza Queiroz G3) Broodmare Sire: IRISH FIGHTER. Sire of the dams of 13 Stakes winners. In 2013 - FARRIER Pioneering G1, OLD TUNE Wild Event G3, CABRON Mensageiro Alado LR. Raise A Native Mr Prospector Gold Digger PIONEERING b 93 Secretariat Terlingua Crimson Saint FARRIER b c 2010 Irish River Irish Fighter Go On Dreaming KOURNIKOVA b 2001 Faranloy Fortuna Rich All Rich

902 - G. P. Copa A.B.C.P.C.C.-Matias Machline, G1, Gavea, June 29, 2000m 1 Poker Face (BRZ) 5 b c Wild Event (USA) - Power Sound (BRZ) (Shudanz (CAN)) 2 Sutil (BRZ) 4 b f Redattore (BRZ) -

Sweet Biscuit (BRZ) (Effervescing (USA)) 3 Joy Baby Bunny (BRZ) 4 b f Wild Event (USA) - Uff-Uff (BRZ) (De Quest (GB)) Sire: WILD EVENT. Sire of 41 Stakes winners. In 2013 - POKER FACE Shudanz G1, OLD TUNE Irish Fighter G3, VIP STAR Tokatee LR. 1st Dam: POWER SOUND by Shudanz. 2 wins in Brazil. Dam of 4 winners: 2006: POSSUIDO (c Baby Speedy) 6 wins in Brazil. 2007: Poderoso Weber (c Dodge) 6 wins in Brazil, 3rd Grande Premio Nestor Jost G3. 2008: POKER FACE (c Wild Event) 5 wins in Brazil, G. P. Copa A.B.C.P.C.C.Matias Machline G1, G. P. Presidente Arthur da Costa e Silva G3, 2nd GP Cruzeiro Sul Derby Carioca-Stud TNT G1, G.P. Francisco E Paula MachadoStud TNT G1, 3rd Grande Premio Sao Paulo G1. 2009: POP LADY (f Point Given) Winner in Brazil. 2nd Dam: SOUNDS OF A CHAMP by Bet Twice. 3 wins in Brazil. Dam of Hamadria (f Torrential: 2nd Grande Premio Diana (Oaks) G1), Little Le (f Torrential: 3rd Grande Premio Luiz Fernando Cirne Lima G3). Grandam of In Sound. Broodmare Sire: SHUDANZ. Sire of the dams of 1 Stakes winners. In 2013 POKER FACE Wild Event G1. Icecapade Wild Again Bushel-N-Peck WILD EVENT b 93 Northfields North of Eden Tree of Knowledge POKER FACE b c 2008 Danzig Connection Shudanz Sister Shu POWER SOUND b 2001 Bet Twice Sounds of A Champ Syrian Silence

903 - Grande Premio Major Suckow, G1, Gavea, August 3, 1000m 1 Desejado Put (BRZ) 3 c Put It Back (USA) - Super Duda (BRZ) (Notation (USA)) 2 Bottega (BRZ) 3 f Put It Back (USA) Shanty (ARG) (Southern Halo (USA)) 3 Beto Boss (BRZ) 4 b c Val Royal (FR) Polada (BRZ) (Golden Voyager (USA)) Sire: PUT IT BACK. Sire of 40 Stakes winners. In 2013 - BRILHANTISSIMA Roy G1, DESEJADO PUT Notation G1, TAP IS BACK Mari’s Book G2, BAL A BALI Clackson G3, BILLION DOLLAR Lode G3, BILLY GIRL Lode G3, TARTAN HALL Lode G3, ANDARILHO Dodge LR. 1st Dam: SUPER DUDA by Notation. 6

wins in Brazil, Grande Premio Major Suckow G1, 2nd Asoc.Brasil dos Criadores Cavalo Corrida G1, 3rd Asoc.Brasil dos Criadores Cavalo Corrida G1. Dam of 2 winners: 2009: DESEJADO DUDA (c Public Purse) Winner in Brazil. 2010: DESEJADO PUT (c Put It Back) 4 wins in Brazil, Grande Premio Major Suckow G1, G.P.ABCPCC Velocidade-M Belmonte Moglia G3. 2011: Desejado Great (c Elusive Quality) unraced to date. 2012: Desejada Spring (f Crimson Tide)

Julho G2. 2011: Skydance (c Sky Mesa) unraced to date. 2012: (f Sky Mesa)

2nd Dam: Great Peace by Land Force. 6 wins in Brazil, 2nd Classico Jockey Club de Sao Paulo LR. Dam of SUPER DUDA (f Notation, see above), GREAT ARENA (f Roy: Classico dia da Justica LR, 2nd Grande Premio Cordeiro da Graca G2), Great Bachelor (c Ghadeer: 2nd Asoc.Criad.e Prop.de Cav.Corrida do R.J G2), Great Dynamite (c Midnight Tiger: 2nd Asoc.Criad.e Prop.de Cav.Corrida do R.J G3)

Broodmare Sire: FUSAICHI PEGASUS. Sire of the dams of 11 Stakes winners. In 2013 - ESTRELA MONARCHOS Monarchos G1, AUSUS Invasor G3, FAST DRAGON Fastnet Rock LR, MOHAVE PRINCESS Mount Nelson LR.

Broodmare Sire: NOTATION. Sire of the dams of 5 Stakes winners. In 2013 DESEJADO PUT Put It Back G1, CHOREOGRAPH Sulamani G3. Relaunch Honour And Glory Fair To All PUT IT BACK b 98 Exuberant Miss Shoplifter Articulate Robbery DESEJADO PUT c 2010 Well Decorated Notation No Test SUPER DUDA 2003 Land Force Great Peace Van Angela

904 - G.P. Roberto E Nelson Grimaldi Seabra, G1, Gavea, August 3, 2000m 1 Estrela Monarchos (USA) 3 gr/ro f Monarchos (USA) - Dance Fever (USA) (Fusaichi Pegasus (USA)) 2 Bela Bisca (BRZ) 4 b f Val Royal (FR) Maneirissima (BRZ) (Fast Gold (USA)) 3 After Road (BRZ) 4 b f Northern Afleet (USA) - Jamaica Road (BRZ) (Ghadeer (FR)) Sire: MONARCHOS. Sire of 13 Stakes winners. In 2013 - ESTRELA MONARCHOS Fusaichi Pegasus G1. 1st Dam: Dance Fever by Fusaichi Pegasus. unraced. Dam of 2 winners: 2007: NORTHERN MONARCH (c Monarchos) Winner at 4 in USA. 2009: Gallentango (c Hero’s Tribute) ran on the flat in USA. 2010: ESTRELA MONARCHOS (f Monarchos) 5 wins in Brazil, G.P. Roberto E Nelson Grimaldi Seabra G1, GP Adayr Eiras Araujo - Taca 11 de

2nd Dam: GOLDEN ORIOLE by Northern Dancer. 1 win at 3. Own sister to EL GRAN SENOR, TRY MY BEST and Compliance. Dam of CASTLE GANDOLFO (c Gone West: Juddmonte Beresford S G3, 2nd Racing Post Trophy G1, Criterium de Saint-Cloud G1), Devonwood (c Woodman: 2nd Manhattan H G1). Grandam of SHIROKITA CROSS, Colony.

Wavering Monarch Maria’s Mon Carlotta Maria MONARCHOS gr/ro 98 Dixieland Band Regal Band Regal Roberta ESTRELA MONARCHOS gr/ro f 2010 Mr Prospector Fusaichi Pegasus Angel Fever DANCE FEVER b 2002 Northern Dancer Golden Oriole Sex Appeal

905 - Grande Premio Presidente da Republica, G1, Gavea, August 4, 1600m 1 Maltes (BRZ) 4 b c Red Runner (USA) - Numero Uno (BRZ) (Rahy (USA)) 2 Baccelo (BRZ) 3 c Northern Afleet (USA) - Quanto Corina (BRZ) (Wild Event (USA)) 3 Olympic Pantanal (BRZ) 5 b/br c Eyjur (USA) - Abre La Raya (BRZ) (Minstrel Glory (USA)) Sire: RED RUNNER. Sire of 7 Stakes winners. In 2013 - MALTES Rahy G1, HEGEMONIA Clackson G3. 1st Dam: Numero Uno by Rahy. unraced. Dam of 2 winners: 2006: Impact Uno (c Our Emblem) unraced. 2008: Lampeiro (c Red Runner) 3 wins in Brazil, 3rd G. P. Presidente Jose de Souza Queiroz G2. 2009: MALTES (c Red Runner) 5 wins in Brazil, Grande Premio Presidente da Republica G1, Grande Premio Gervasio Seabra G2, GP. Presidente Antonio T Assumpcao Netto G2. 2010: Numero Impar (c Eyjur) in training. 2011: Omicron (c Eyjur) unraced to date. 2012: Palanquim (c Inexplicable) 2nd Dam: Umniyatee by Green

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international database Desert. 2 wins at 3, 2nd Moss Bros October S LR, 3rd Goffs Irish 1000 Guineas G1. Own sister to ITNAB and Haafiz. Dam of YES BOOK (c First American: Classico Delegacoes Turfisticas LR, 2nd Grande Premio Presidente Vargas G2), Jarah (c Forty Niner: 2nd Jebal Ali Hotel Nad Al Sheba Mile LR), Meshhed (f Gulch: 2nd John Musker S LR). Grandam of GRAN LIONESS, Doppio, Montaff, Meohmy. Third dam of MARTITA SANGRITA. Broodmare Sire: RAHY. Sire of the dams of 98 Stakes winners. In 2013 DECLARATION OF WAR War Front G1, MALTES Red Runner G1, FANCY CRUZ Giacomo G3, AEROBATICS Exceed And Excel LR, DAKSHA Authorized LR, GUAJARAZ Rashbag LR, ONASSIS Glory of Dancer LR, PILOTE Pivotal LR, RUTHENIA Pulpit LR, RUACANA Cape Cross LR. The Red Runner/Rahy cross has produced: MALTES G1, Lampeiro G2. Storm Bird Storm Cat Terlingua RED RUNNER ch 2001 Blushing Groom Blushing Away Sweet Revenge MALTES b c 2009 Blushing Groom Rahy Glorious Song NUMERO UNO b 2002 Green Desert Umniyatee Midway Lady

906 - Grande Premio Brasil, G1, Gavea, August 4, 2400m 1 Aerosol (BRZ) 4 ch c Public Purse (USA) - Nina Sabella (BRZ) (Jules (USA)) 2 Ganesh (BRZ) 4 b c Sulamani (IRE) Zoran (BRZ) (Special Nash (IRE)) 3 Mojito (BRZ) 4 b c Dubai Dust (USA) For Freedom (BRZ) (Ghadeer (FR)) Sire: PUBLIC PURSE. Sire of 27 Stakes winners. In 2013 - AEROSOL Jules G1, HOLDING GLORY Jules G1, ARQUIMEDES Jules LR, DESEJADO FIGHTER Irish Fighter LR, GOLDEN GOD Know Heights LR, RUBIA DE NEW YORK Spring Halo LR. 1st Dam: Nina Sabella by Jules. unraced. Dam of 4 winners: 2005: OLYMPIC SPORTS (c Ghadeer) 2 wins in Brazil. 2006: TAO BELA (f Wild Event) Winner in Brazil. 2007: Umore (c Wild Event) 2008: VIVER VERA (c Wild Event) 3 wins in Brazil. 2009: AEROSOL (c Public Purse) 4 wins in Brazil, Grande Premio Brasil G1, G. P. Estado de Rio de Janeiro-Stud TNT G1, 2nd Grande Premio Jose Buarque de Macedo G3, Classico Ernani

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de Freitas LR, 3rd Grande Premio Dezesseis de Julho G2. 2011: Campeira (f Put It Back) unraced to date. 2012: Deep End (c Wild Event) 2nd Dam: SWEET ALICE by Vacilante. 2 wins in Brazil G. P. Fransisco Villela de Paula Machado G2, G. P. Carlos Telles da Rocha Faria G2. Dam of BURMESE (f Ghadeer: Grande Premio Estado do Rio de Janeiro G1), DOCTOR MOORE (c Ghadeer: Grande Premio Major Suckow G1), ECO ART (f Ghadeer: Grande Premio Duque de Caxias G2, 2nd Org.Sulamericana Fomento P.S. de Corrida G1, 3rd G. P. Zelia Gonzaga Peixoto de Castro G1), Poison Sugar (c Music Prospector: 3rd Classico Ano Novo LR). Grandam of CARLYNE HOTEL, Top Art, Marcapunto, Cardwell. Broodmare Sire: JULES. Sire of the dams of 19 Stakes winners. In 2013 AEROSOL Public Purse G1, HOLDING GLORY Public Purse G1, ARQUIMEDES Public Purse LR.

Plate G3. Broodmare Sire: GENEROUS. Sire of the dams of 52 Stakes winners. In 2013 - SURVIVED Zed G1, BERLIN BERLIN Dubai Destination G2, ADAMANTIUM Elusive City G3, SI LUNA Kallisto LR, DOYLY CARTE Doyen LR, THE BOAT PEOPLE Talkin Man LR. Sir Tristram Lady Giselle ZED b 2002 Danehill Emerald Dream Theme Song SURVIVED ch g 2009 Caerleon Generous Doff The Derby LIBERAL 2000 Dedicated Rullah Political Secrecy

Damascus Private Account Numbered Account PUBLIC PURSE b 94 Pharly Prodigious Vichy AEROSOL ch c 2009 Forty Niner Jules Bonita Francita NINA SABELLA 2000 Vacilante Sweet Alice Abilene

Sire: FASTNET ROCK. Sire of 46 Stakes winners. In 2013 - ATLANTIC JEWEL Zabeel G1, SUPER COOL Kingmambo G1, YOUR SONG Fuji Kiseki G1, HVASSTAN True Hero G2, SCANDIVA Snippets G2, FAST ‘N’ ROCKING Hennessy G3, CASQUETS Woodman LR, EAGLE ISLAND Galileo LR, FAST DRAGON Fusaichi Pegasus LR, SEA SIREN Success Express LR.

Sire: ZED. Sire of 2 Stakes winners. In 2013 - SURVIVED Generous G1, USAINITY Bin Ajwaad G3. 1st Dam: LIBERAL by Generous. Winner in New Zealand. Dam of 2 winners: 2008: QUALITY STREET (f Coats Choice) Winner in New Zealand. 2009: SURVIVED (g Zed) 6 wins in New Zealand, Makfi Hawke’s Bay Challenge S G1, Higgins Manawatu Classic G3, McDonalds Hawke’s Bay Gold Cup G3, 2nd Mitty’s Rough Habit

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

908 - NZ Bloodstock Memsie Stakes, G1, Caulfield, August 31, 1400m

The Public Purse/Jules cross has produced: AEROSOL G1, HOLDING GLORY G1, ARQUIMEDES LR, Super Pereira G1.

1 Survived (NZ) 4 ch g Zed (NZ) Liberal (NZ) (Generous (IRE)) 2 Full Of Spirit (AUS) 5 b f Flying Spur (AUS) - Imposingly (AUS) (Zabeel (NZ)) 3 Final Touch (NZ) 6 br f Kashani (USA) My Lydia (AUS) (Umatilla (NZ))

The Fastnet Rock/Zabeel cross has produced: ATLANTIC JEWEL G1, PLANET ROCK G1, CURVED BALL G2, Rockadubai LR, Teardrop Rock LR.

Zabeel

1 Atlantic Jewel (AUS) 5 b f Fastnet Rock (AUS) - Regard (AUS) (Zabeel (NZ)) 2 Ferlax (NZ) 4 b c Pentire (GB) - Legs Akimbo (AUS) (Marscay (AUS)) 3 Super Cool (AUS) 4 b g Fastnet Rock (AUS) - Queen Mother (USA) (Kingmambo (USA))

907 - Makfi Hawke’s Bay Challenge Stakes, G1, Hastings, August 31, 1400m

CAN I CAN Iffraaj LR, KUTCHINSKY Anabaa LR, LE REMAS Al Samer LR, LUCK OF SMILING Elusive City LR, SIR MOMENTS Choisir LR, SUNSTORM Strada LR, CATS FUN Catbird LR, STREET NAME Al Namix LR.

1st Dam: REGARD by Zabeel. 2 wins at 3 in Australia. Dam of 2 winners: 2008: ATLANTIC JEWEL (f Fastnet Rock) Champion 3yr old filly in Australia in 2011-12. 8 wins in Australia, Ticketek All Aged S G1, NZ Bloodstock Memsie S G1, Schweppes The 1000 Guineas G1, Wakeful S G2, Yellowglen Sapphire S G2. 2009: COMMANDING JEWEL (f Commands) 3 wins in Australia, Schweppes The 1000 Guineas G1. 2nd Dam: Nanshan by Nashwan. Dam of Shaan (f Danewin: 3rd Samsung James H B Carr S LR) Broodmare Sire: ZABEEL. Sire of the dams of 115 Stakes winners. In 2013 ATLANTIC JEWEL Fastnet Rock G1, DUNDEEL High Chaparral G1, OCEAN PARK Thorn Park G1, DEAR DEMI Dehere G2, PIMMS TIME Pins G2, JET SUPREME Jet Master G3, WAR More Than Ready G3, WOWEE Choisir G3, BURGUNDY Redoute’s Choice LR, FLYING FULTON Flying Spur LR, IF I

909 - Makybe Diva Stakes, G1, Flemington, September 7, 1600m 1 Foreteller (GB) 6 b g Dansili (GB) Prophecy (IRE) (Warning) 2 Puissance de Lune (IRE) 5 gr c Shamardal (USA) - Princess Serena (USA) (Unbridled’s Song (USA)) 3 Moudre (AUS) 8 b/br g Blevic (AUS) Tolkaami (AUS) (Raami) Age: 2-6; Starts: 28; Wins: 10; Places: 5 Earnings: £639,199 Sire: DANSILI. Sire of 84 Stakes winners. In 2013 - DANK Darshaan G1, FLINTSHIRE Sadler’s Wells G1, FORETELLER Warning G1, LAUGHING Be My Chief G1, THE FUGUE Sadler’s Wells G1, WINSILI Pivotal G1, RIPOSTE Rainbow Quest G2, THOMAS CHIPPENDALE Sadler’s Wells G2, VANCOUVERITE Selkirk G2, REMOTE Zamindar G3, ZIBELINA Zafonic G3, DANCE MOVES Sadler’s Wells LR, DISCLAIMER Sadler’s Wells LR, MAKING EYES Distant View LR, NEVIS Dalakhani LR, TESTOSTERONE Sadler’s Wells LR, CASCAVEL Rainbow Quest LR. 1st Dam: PROPHECY by Warning. 3 wins at 2, Shadwell Stud Cheveley Park S G1. Dam of 7 winners: 1996: THREAT (g Zafonic) 3 wins at 2, 4 and 6. 1997: ARABESQUE (f Zafonic) 2 wins at 3, Slatch Farm Stud Flying Fillies’ S LR. Dam of SHOWCASING (c Oasis Dream: 2 wins at 2, Irish TB Marketing Gimcrack S G2, 3rd Shadwell Middle Park S G1), CAMACHO (c Danehill: 2 wins at 2 and 3, Option Hygiene Sandy Lane S LR, 2nd Jersey S G3), Bouvardia (f Oasis Dream: 3 wins at 2 and 3, 2nd EBF Highfield Farm Flying Fillies S LR) 1998: Charge Card (g Zafonic) ran twice and ran once in a N.H. Flat


international database Race. 1999: Probable (f Selkirk) unraced. Broodmare. 2000: SHOOT (f Barathea) 2 wins viz. Food Brokers Maiden Stakes, Newmarket. Broodmare. 2002: Destined (f Danehill) unraced. Dam of FIX (f Iffraaj: 6 wins in New Zealand, Cambridge Stud Eight Carat Classic G2, New Zealand Bloodstock Royal S G2, Cambridge Stud Sir Tristram Classic (f ) G2, 2nd TV3 New Zealand Derby G1, 3rd New Zealand Bloodstock 1000 Guineas G1), Galileo’s Destiny (g Galileo: 3 wins in South Africa, 2nd Samsung Business South African Derby G1, 3rd South African Classic G1) 2003: Prognosis (f Zafonic) unraced. 2004: RULE OF LIFE (c Dansili) 2 wins at 3. 2005: MODERN LOOK (f Zamindar) 4 wins at 2 and 3 in France, Prix de Sandringham G2. Broodmare. 2006: PHOTOGRAPHIC (f Oasis Dream) 2 wins at 3. Broodmare. 2007: FORETELLER (g Dansili) Sold 100,000gns 3yo at TAAUT. 10 wins to 2013 in Australia, France, Makybe Diva S G1, Ranvet Rawson S G1, Carlton Draught P Young St George S G2, David Jones Cup Coongy H G3, Prix de Suresnes LR, 2nd Kirks Doomben Cup G1, Wimmers A D Hollindale S G2. 2nd Dam: ANDALEEB by Lyphard. 2 wins at 2 and 3 Lancashire Oaks G3, 4th Yorkshire Oaks G1. Dam of PROPHECY (f Warning, see above). Third dam of RIGOUR BACK BOB, THE BOAT PEOPLE. Broodmare Sire: WARNING. Sire of the dams of 46 Stakes winners. In 2013 FORETELLER Dansili G1. The Dansili/Warning cross has produced: FORETELLER G1, Poppet’s Treasure LR, Skyelady LR. Danzig Danehill Razyana DANSILI b 96 Kahyasi Hasili Kerali FORETELLER b g 2007 Known Fact Warning Slightly Dangerous PROPHECY br 91 Lyphard Andaleeb Bag of Tunes

910 - Grande Premio Ipiranga (2000 Guineas), G1, Cidade Jardim, September 8, 1600m 1 Fixador (BRZ) 3 c Crafty C T (USA) Nein (BRZ) (Know Heights (IRE)) 2 Bossoftheboss (BRZ) 3 c Top Hat (BRZ)

- Sherikan (BRZ) (Blush Rambler (USA)) 3 El Caudilho (BRZ) 3 b c Crimson Tide (IRE) - Give Me Hope (BRZ) (Top Size (BRZ)) Sire: CRAFTY C T. Sire of 2 Stakes winners. In 2013 - FIXADOR Know Heights G1, FATIOTA Thignon Lafre LR. 1st Dam: Nein by Know Heights. unraced. Dam of 3 winners: 2003: ALEMANHA (f A Good Reason) 2 wins in Brazil. 2006: BOMBARDINA (f Thignon Lafre) 3 wins in Brazil. 2007: Clotelvina (f Thignon Lafre) unraced. 2008: Durango (c Urodonal) 2010: FIXADOR (c Crafty C T) 4 wins in Brazil, Grande Premio Ipiranga (2000 Guineas) G1, Grande Premio Farewell G1, Classico Siphon LR. 2011: Gigante (c Thignon Lafre) unraced to date. 2nd Dam: Urban Gypsy by Greinton. 3 wins in USA, 3rd Jan Jessie S LR. Broodmare Sire: KNOW HEIGHTS. Sire of the dams of 4 Stakes winners. In 2013 - FIXADOR Crafty C T G1, VIKING GOLD Silent Name G3, GOLDEN GOD Public Purse LR. Mr Prospector Crafty Prospector Real Crafty Lady CRAFTY C T ch 98 Far North Andriana B Sign Language FIXADOR c 2010 Shirley Heights Know Heights Unknown Lady NEIN 99 Greinton Urban Gypsy Almira

911 - G. P. Barao de Piracicaba (1000 Guineas), G1, Cidade Jardim, September 8, 1600m 1 Serata Bella (BRZ) 3 f Vettori (IRE) Byzange (BRZ) (Royal Academy (USA)) 2 Estupenda Demais (BRZ) 3 b f Onward Royal (BRZ) - Ki Nave (BRZ) (Roi Normand (USA)) 3 Spumone (BRZ) 3 f Northern Afleet (USA) - Liga da Vitoria (USA) (Exploit (USA)) Sire: VETTORI. Sire of 40 Stakes winners. In 2013 - SERATA BELLA Royal Academy G1. 1st Dam: Byzange by Royal Academy. Dam of 4 winners: 2007: PIERRE GEMADA (c Nedawi) 2 wins in Brazil. 2008: QUERER E PODER (f Northern Afleet) 3 wins in Brazil. 2009: RESSACADA (f Northern Afleet) Winner in Brazil.

2010: SERATA BELLA (f Vettori) 2 wins in Brazil, G. P. Barao de Piracicaba (1000 Guineas) G1, 3rd Grande Premio Immensity G1. 2011: Too Quick (c Vettori) unraced to date. 2nd Dam: BAYTOWN by Southern Halo. 1 win in Brazil Grande Premio 25 de Janeiro G2. Dam of Great Galloper (c Monsieur Renoir: 3rd C. Sao Francisco Xavier- Atualpa Soares LR) Broodmare Sire: ROYAL ACADEMY. Sire of the dams of 123 Stakes winners. In 2013 - NASHVILLE Darci Brahma G1, SERATA BELLA Vettori G1, ANA LUISA Elusive Quality G2, SUMMER APPLAUSE Harlan’s Holiday G2, TWILIGHT ROYALE Testa Rossa G2, AMARILLO Holy Roman Emperor G3, COFFEE CLIQUE Medaglia d’Oro G3, HITCHENS Acclamation G3, VIVI VELOCE More Than Ready G3, GUEST OF HONOUR Cape Cross LR, JOE CZARINA Falvelon LR, MAJOR MARVEL Bernstein LR, MAYYADAH Invincible Spirit LR, SACRED ASPECT Haatef LR, SAI DE BAIXO Point Given LR, SOMEWHAT Dynaformer LR, VERMEER Noverre LR, VESTIDA PARA MATAR Northern Afleet LR, WIRE TO WIRE Observatory LR. The Vettori/Royal Academy cross has produced: SERATA BELLA G1, Vitoria Final G1, Duchamp G3. Mr Prospector Machiavellian Coup de Folie VETTORI b 92 Sir Ivor Air Distingue Euryanthe SERATA BELLA f 2010 Nijinsky Royal Academy Crimson Saint BYZANGE 2001 Southern Halo Baytown Royal Bay

912 - De Bortoli Wines Golden Rose Stakes, G1, Rosehill, September 14, 1400m 1 Zoustar (AUS) 3 b c Northern Meteor (AUS) - Zouzou (AUS) (Redoute’s Choice (AUS)) 2 Dissident (AUS) 3 b/br c Sebring (AUS) - Diana’s Secret (AUS) (Anabaa (USA)) 3 Bull Point (AUS) 3 b c Fastnet Rock (AUS) - Rose of Cimmaron (AUS) (Bite The Bullet (USA)) Sire: NORTHERN METEOR. Sire of 5 Stakes winners. In 2013 - ROMANTIC TOUCH Snippets G1, ZOUSTAR Redoute’s Choice G1, BOUND FOR EARTH Belong To Me G2, THE VOICE King’s Theatre G3, EUROZONE Don’t Say Halo LR.

1st Dam: ZOUZOU by Redoute’s Choice. Winner in Australia. Dam of 1 winner: 2007: Drill Bit (g Starcraft) 2010: ZOUSTAR (c Northern Meteor) 4 wins in Australia, De Bortoli Wines Golden Rose S G1, Al Basti B.R.C. Sires’ Produce S G2, 2nd Patinack Farm J J Atkins S G1. 2011: (f Hotel Grand) 2012: (f Northern Meteor) 2nd Dam: Meteor Mist by Star Shower. unraced. Dam of Crestfallen (f Rivotious: 2nd Winter S G3). Grandam of DUSTY STAR. Broodmare Sire: REDOUTE’S CHOICE. Sire of the dams of 22 Stakes winners. In 2013 - SACRED FALLS O’Reilly G1, ZOUSTAR Northern Meteor G1, BENNETTA General Nediym G2, MS FUNOVITS Reset G2, KISS A ROSE Sebring G3, ABSOLUT EXCELENCIA Excellent Art LR, SHOREHAM Reset LR, SUNSHINE REGION One Cool Cat LR, TURNER BAYOU Zabeel LR. Fairy King Encosta de Lago Shoal Creek NORTHERN METEOR b 2005 Fappiano Explosive Scuff ZOUSTAR b c 2010 Danehill Redoute’s Choice Shantha’s Choice ZOUZOU b 2001 Star Shower Meteor Mist Sunbuster

913 - George Main Stakes, G1, Randwick, September 21, 1600m 1 Streama (AUS) 5 b f Stratum (AUS) Pensiamo (AUS) (Sovereign Red (NZ)) 2 Royal Descent (AUS) 4 br f Redoute’s Choice (AUS) - Mulan Princess (NZ) (Kaapstad (NZ)) 3 Veyron (NZ) 8 ch g Thorn Park (AUS) Over The Limit (NZ) (Centro (NZ)) Sire: STRATUM. Sire of 19 Stakes winners. In 2013 - STREAMA Sovereign Red G1, ALL THE TALK Hussonet G3, VA PENSIERO Langfuhr G3, DEPOT BEACH Viscount LR, ENQUARE Mookta LR. 1st Dam: Pensiamo by Sovereign Red. Dam of 7 winners: 1998: PAWARNA (f Tierce) 3 wins in Australia. Broodmare. 1999: TESSAMO (f Tierce) 3 wins in Australia. Broodmare. 2000: Heroic Encounter (c Encounter) unraced. 2001: BRIGHT ENCOUNTER (g Encounter) 5 wins in Australia. 2002: ENCIAMO (f Encounter) Winner in Australia. Broodmare. 2003: Spotted (c Encounter)

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international database 2004: Heliamo (f Helissio) unraced. 2005: SOCIAL CAT (g Catbird) Winner in Australia. 2006: GYPSY MAGIC (g Intergaze) 5 wins in Singapore. 2008: STREAMA (f Stratum) 8 wins in Australia, Patinack Farm AJC Oaks G1, Coolmore Stud Flight S G1, George Main S G1, Patinack Farm Surround S G2, Tea Rose S G2, Tattersalls Furious S G2, Yellowglen Tristarc S G2, Sharp Keith Mackay Quality H LR, 2nd Vinery Stud Storm Queen S G1, Sky Racing Tatt’s Tiara Winter S G1, Pro Ride Warwick S G2, Patinack Farm Light Fingers S G2, Macarthur Tav. Southern Cross S G3, Hylands Sweet Embrace S G3, Canterbury BMW Wiggle S LR, 3rd Inglis Queen of the Turf S G1, AAMI Stradbroke H G1, Panucci Silver Shadow S G3, Sharp Sheraco S LR. 2010: Hereshu (c Henny Hughes) unraced to date. 2nd Dam: Given Thought by Glenstal. ran a few times at 3. Third dam of DECISION TIME. Broodmare Sire: SOVEREIGN RED. Sire of the dams of 26 Stakes winners. In 2013 - STREAMA Stratum G1. Danehill Redoute’s Choice Shantha’s Choice STRATUM b 2002 Luskin Star Bourgeois Brave New World STREAMA b f 2008 Sir Tristram Sovereign Red Taiona PENSIAMO b 93 Glenstal Given Thought Hazy Idea

2002: GLOWORM (f Centaine) Winner in New Zealand. Broodmare. 2004: You Never Can Tell (g No Excuse Needed) ran on the flat in Australia. 2005: KAY’S DREAM (f Towkay) 3 wins in New Zealand. Broodmare. 2007: MUST HAVE (g No Excuse Needed) 3 wins in Australia. 2008: XANADU (f Elusive City) 6 wins in New Zealand, Fiber Fresh NZ TB Breeders S G1, Windsor Park Horlicks Plate G1, 2nd Makfi Hawke’s Bay Challenge S G1, Waikato Draught Sprint G1, JR & N Berkett Telegraph H G1, Waikato Stud Foxbridge Plate G3, 3rd Fiber Fresh NZ TB Breeders S G1, Windsor Park Horlicks Plate G1, Waikato Stud Foxbridge Plate G3. 2nd Dam: INDIA’S DREAM by Western Symphony. 1 win in Australia West Australian Oaks G1, 2nd Argyle Diamond Victoria Oaks G1. Dam of Island Storm (f Hennessy: 2nd NRM Auckland TB Breeders’ S G2). Grandam of La Campanella. Broodmare Sire: FOREST GLOW. Sire of the dams of 5 Stakes winners. In 2013 - XANADU Elusive City G1. Gone West Elusive Quality Touch of Greatness ELUSIVE CITY b 2000 Dayjur Star of Paris Liturgism XANADU b f 2008 Green Forest Forest Glow Aflicker FOREST DREAM gr 94 Western Symphony India’s Dream Hasten Lass

914 - Windsor Park Horlicks Plate, G1, Hastings, September 21, 1600m

915 - Hyland Colours Underwood Stakes, G1, Caulfield, September 21, 1800m

1 Xanadu (NZ) 5 b f Elusive City (USA) Forest Dream (AUS) (Forest Glow (USA)) 2 Mufhasa (NZ) 9 br g Pentire (GB) Sheila Cheval (NZ) (Mi Preferido (USA)) 3 Nashville (NZ) 5 br g Darci Brahma (NZ) - Royal Kiss (IRE) (Royal Academy (USA))

1 Dundeel (NZ) 4 b c High Chaparral (IRE) - Stareel (NZ) (Zabeel (NZ)) 2 Atlantic Jewel (AUS) 5 b f Fastnet Rock (AUS) - Regard (AUS) (Zabeel (NZ)) 3 Dear Demi (AUS) 4 b f Dehere (USA) Shirley (AUS) (Zabeel (NZ))

Sire: ELUSIVE CITY. Sire of 25 Stakes winners. In 2013 - XANADU Forest Glow G1, ADAMANTIUM Generous G3, VEDEUX Polish Precedent G3, FAMOUS SEAMUS Dance Floor LR, KEKOVA Racing Is Fun LR, LUCK OF SMILING Zabeel LR.

Sire: HIGH CHAPARRAL. Sire of 48 Stakes winners. In 2013 - DUNDEEL Zabeel G1, SHOOT OUT Pentire G1, TORONADO Grand Slam G1, PETIT CHEVALIER Pivotal G3, VAQUERA Grosvenor G3, FANOULPIFER Danehill Dancer LR, HIPPOPUS Danske LR, LAVIVA Acatenango LR, LUCARELLI Acatenango LR, PALOMITA Kornado LR.

1st Dam: Forest Dream by Forest Glow. unraced. Dam of 6 winners: 1999: UP BEAT (g Kenny’s Best Pal) 3 wins in New Zealand. 2001: EARAHEEDY (f Danasinga) 5 wins in New Zealand.

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1st Dam: Stareel by Zabeel. unraced. Dam of 5 winners: 2004: Twoeezy (g Keeper) 6 wins in New Zealand, 2nd Sovereign Trust Gt. Northern Gns.Prelude LR.

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2005: (c Viking Ruler) 2006: ASSEGAI (g Keeper) Winner in Hong Kong. 2007: GETREEL (g Black Minnaloushe) 5 wins in Singapore. 2008: VAAYALA (f Volksraad) Winner in New Zealand. 2009: DUNDEEL (c High Chaparral) 9 wins in Australia, New Zealand, David Jones Australian Derby G1, Royal Randwick Guineas G1, M J Bale Rosehill Guineas G1, Chandon Spring Champion S G1, Hyland Colours Underwood S G1, Co-Wyn Building Gloaming S G3, 2nd Santos Coffee Queen Elizabeth S G1, Mitchelton Wines Moonee Valley Vase G2. 2011: Lady Sol (f Nom du Jeu) unraced to date. 2012: (f Nom du Jeu) 2nd Dam: STARING by Fiesta Star. Champion 3yr old filly in New Zealand in 1991-92. 7 wins in New Zealand New Zealand Oaks G1, Bluebird Foods Classic G1. Broodmare Sire: ZABEEL. Sire of the dams of 116 Stakes winners. In 2013 ATLANTIC JEWEL Fastnet Rock G1, DUNDEEL High Chaparral G1, OCEAN PARK Thorn Park G1, COMMANDING JEWEL Commands G2, DEAR DEMI Dehere G2, PIMMS TIME Pins G2, JET SUPREME Jet Master G3, WAR More Than Ready G3, WOWEE Choisir G3, BURGUNDY Redoute’s Choice LR, FLYING FULTON Flying Spur LR, IF I CAN I CAN Iffraaj LR, KUTCHINSKY Anabaa LR, LE REMAS Al Samer LR, LUCK OF SMILING Elusive City LR, SIR MOMENTS Choisir LR, STAR ROLLING Casino Prince LR, SUNSTORM Strada LR, CATS FUN Catbird LR, STREET NAME Al Namix LR. The High Chaparral/Zabeel cross has produced: DUNDEEL G1, HIDDEN ASSET G2, Utopia G3. Northern Dancer Sadler’s Wells Fairy Bridge HIGH CHAPARRAL b 99 Darshaan Kasora Kozana DUNDEEL b c 2009 Sir Tristram Zabeel Lady Giselle STAREEL b 2000 Fiesta Star Staring Sweet Violet

916 - Programmed A J Moir Stakes, G1, Moonee Valley, September 27, 1200m 1 Samaready (AUS) 4 br/bl f More Than Ready (USA) - Samar (AUS) (Secret Savings (USA)) 2 Buffering (AUS) 6 b g Mossman (AUS) - Action Annie (AUS) (Anabaa (USA))

3 Le Bonsir (AUS) 6 b g Choisir (AUS) La Bella Dame (AUS) (Royal Academy (USA)) Sire: MORE THAN READY. Sire of 98 Stakes winners. In 2013 - MORE THAN SACRED Danehill G1, SAMAREADY Secret Savings G1, VERRAZANO Giant’s Causeway G1, DALWARI Kalanisi G3, INFINITE MAGIC Danehill Dancer G3, MOREISH Danehill G3, PIANIST Red Ransom G3, READYTOGORIGHTNOW Hurricane Sky G3, ROMANTIC MOON Danehill G3, VIVI VELOCE Royal Academy G3, WAR Zabeel G3, BETTER THAN READY Agnes World LR, EXCITABLE BOY Lion Hunter LR, READY TO RIP Danehill LR, TAKE HER TOTHE TOP Boundary LR. 1st Dam: SAMAR by Secret Savings. 2 wins in Australia. Dam of 4 winners: 2005: DEMETRIA (f Conatus) 2 wins in Australia. 2006: LUCKY MOMENT (f Lucky Owners) Winner in Australia. 2007: (c Flying Spur). Died as a yearling. 2008: NIGHT WAR (f General Nediym) 5 wins in Australia, Ausdrill Karrakatta Plate G2. 2009: SAMAREADY (f More Than Ready) 3 wins in Australia, Programmed A J Moir S G1, Patinack Farm Blue Diamond S G1, Jacobs Creek Reisling Slipper Trial G2, Patinack Blue Diamond Prelude (fillies) G3, theshark.com.au The Heath 1100 S G3, 3rd Aami Golden Slipper S G1. 2010: (c Northern Meteor) 2011: (f Testa Rossa) 2nd Dam: Nice Choice by Touching Wood. unraced. Dam of COUNTY TYRONE (g Danewin: Maytag Metropolitan H G1, Queensland Derby G1, Schweppes Sydney Cup G1, 2nd Brisbane Cup G1, Sydney Cup G1 (twice)), Al Wafi (g Danewin: 2nd luxbet.com Mornington Cup LR) Broodmare Sire: SECRET SAVINGS. Sire of the dams of 5 Stakes winners. In 2013 - SAMAREADY More Than Ready G1. Halo Southern Halo Northern Sea MORE THAN READY b 97 Woodman Woodman’s Girl Becky Be Good SAMAREADY br/bl f 2009 Seeking The Gold Secret Savings Jurisdictional SAMAR b 99 Touching Wood Nice Choice Dubai Spring

917 - Sprinters Stakes, G1, Nakayama, September 29, 1200m 1 Lord Kanaloa (JPN) 5 b c King


international database Kamehameha (JPN) - Lady Blossom (JPN) (Storm Cat (USA)) 2 Hakusan Moon (JPN) 4 ch c Admire Moon (JPN) - Ciliege (JPN) (Sakura Bakushin O (JPN)) 3 Mayano Ryujin (JPN) 6 ch c King Halo (JPN) - Pot Brilliance (JPN) (King Glorious (USA)) Age: 2-5; Starts: 18; Wins: 12; Places: 6 Earnings: £3,262,923 Sire: KING KAMEHAMEHA. Sire of 30 Stakes winners. In 2013 - LORD KANALOA Storm Cat G1, ADMIRE ROYAL Sunday Silence G3, GRAND CITY Brian’s Time G3, HIT THE TARGET Tamamo Cross G3, HOKKO TARUMAE Cherokee Run G3, HATANO VAINQUEUR Brian’s Time LR, KAHUNA Sunday Silence LR, NICE MEET YOU Fire Maker LR, RED RULER Garde Royale LR, SOLITARY KING Sunday Silence LR. 1st Dam: LADY BLOSSOM by Storm Cat. 5 wins at 2 to 5 in Japan. Dam of 5 winners: 2004: (f Manhattan Cafe) 2005: Lord Balius (c Brian’s Time) 6 wins at 2 to 6 in Japan, 2nd Port Island S LR. 2006: LADY BLOOM (f Wild Rush) Winner at 3 in Japan. 2007: Lady Sapphire (f Symboli Kris S) unraced. Broodmare. 2008: LORD KANALOA (c King Kamehameha) 12 wins at 2 to 5, 2013 in Hong Kong, Japan, Sprinters S G1 (twice), Yasuda Kinen G1, Takamatsunomiya Kinen G1, Longines Hong Kong Sprint G1, Hankyu Hai G3, Keihan Hai G3, Silk Road S G3, Aoi S LR, 2nd Centaur S G2 (twice), Hakodate Sprint S G3, 3rd Takamatsunomiya Kinen G1. 2009: LORD GARUDA (c Agnes Tachyon) 4 wins at 3 and 4 in Japan. 2010: OUTSHINE (f Neo Universe) Winner at 2 in Japan. 2011: Lord Storm (c Manhattan Cafe) 2012: (f Deep Impact) 2nd Dam: SARATOGA DEW by Cormorant. Champion 3yr old filly in U.S.A. in 1992. 8 wins in USA Beldame S G1, Gazelle S G1, 2nd Alabama S G1. Dam of AL KAZAN (c Dance In The Dark: Kyoto Nisai S LR) Broodmare Sire: STORM CAT. Sire of the dams of 143 Stakes winners. In 2013 - AYUSAN Deep Impact G1, CLOSE HATCHES First Defence G1, KIZUNA Deep Impact G1, LORD KANALOA King Kamehameha G1, SAHARA SKY Pleasant Tap G1, HIRABOKU DEEP Deep Impact G2, NOBLE TUNE Unbridled’s Song G2, GLOBAL BALANCE Redoute’s Choice G3, GOVENOR CHARLIE Midnight Lute G3, RED SPADA Taiki Shuttle G3, TAPICAT Tapit G3, GLOBAL POWER Pulpit LR, GREAT ATTACK Greatness LR,

GUESS WHAT Danroad LR, LIGHT CAT Indygo Shiner LR, VALIANT CAT Silent Name LR, WILLING FOE Dynaformer LR. Mr Prospector Kingmambo Miesque KING KAMEHAMEHA b 2001 Last Tycoon Manfath Pilot Bird LORD KANALOA b c 2008 Storm Bird Storm Cat Terlingua LADY BLOSSOM b 96 Cormorant Saratoga Dew Super Luna

918 - Sir Rupert Clarke Invitation Stakes, G1, Caulfield, September 29, 1400m 1 Rebel Dane (AUS) 4 b/br c California Dane (AUS) - Texarcana (AUS) (More Than Ready (USA)) 2 Fontelina (AUS) 5 ch c Testa Rossa (AUS) - Decipher (AUS) (Timber Country (USA)) 3 Solzhenitsyn (NZ) 7 b g St Petersburg (AUS) - Tri Victory (NZ) (Victory Dance) Sire: CALIFORNIA DANE. Sire of 3 Stakes winners. In 2013 - REBEL DANE More Than Ready G1, LAKE SENTENTIA Aliocha LR. 1st Dam: TEXARCANA by More Than Ready. 3 wins in Australia. Dam of 1 winner: 2009: REBEL DANE (c California Dane) 6 wins in Australia, Sir Rupert Clarke Invitation S G1, Royal Sovereign S G2, Show County Quality H G3, 2nd Hobartville S G2. 2011: (f Bernardini) 2012: (c Rothesay) Broodmare Sire: MORE THAN READY. Sire of the dams of 8 Stakes winners. In 2013 - MIRACLES OF LIFE Not A Single Doubt G1, REBEL DANE California Dane G1, KAUAI KATIE Malibu Moon G2, IMPETUOUS Fastnet Rock LR. Danzig

Pensiamo (AUS) (Sovereign Red (NZ)) 3 Toydini (AUS) 4 b g Bernardini (USA) Johan’s Toy (AUS) (Johan Cruyff (GB)) Sire: BERNARDINI. Sire of 20 Stakes winners. In 2013 - ALPHA Nijinsky G1, BOBAN Kenmare G1, RUUD AWAKENING Danehill G1, TOYDINI Johan Cruyff G2, FOREVER DISCREET Euclase LR. 1st Dam: KENBELLE by Kenmare. 3 wins in Australia, AJC Oaks G1, 2nd Ansett Australia S G1. Dam of 6 winners: 1998: PLAYING (g Danehill) 3 wins in Australia. 2000: Makes You Happy (c Danehill) unraced. 2001: ANY DANE NOW (f Danehill) 3 wins in Australia. Broodmare. 2002: SMART PIRATES (c Grand Lodge) 12 wins in Japan. 2003: ZEROBELLE (f Danzero) Winner in Australia. 2006: RUMOUR AND SCANDAL (g Elusive Quality) 4 wins in Australia. 2008: Well Nature (g Elusive Quality) 2009: BOBAN (g Bernardini) 6 wins in Australia, The Star Epsom H G1, Bill Ritchie H G3, Sita Australia The Phoenix LR, 2nd Grinders Fred Best Classic G3, Workers Blacktown Hawkesbury Guineas LR. 2011: (f Teofilo) 2012: (c Authorized) 2nd Dam: Gilt Kingdom by Tattenham. unraced. Dam of KENBELLE (f Kenmare, see above), AURANCH (c Rancher: Todman Slipper Trial G2), Fintona Belle (f Bellotto: 3rd CUB Carlton Tasmanian Oaks LR), Northern Realm (g Northern Flash: 3rd Winter H LR). Grandam of Kaypers. Third dam of Phantom Agent, Punctuate. Broodmare Sire: KENMARE. Sire of the dams of 82 Stakes winners. In 2013 - BOBAN Bernardini G1, JET LADY Jet Master LR, HURRICANE FLY Montjeu LR.

Danehill Razyana CALIFORNIA DANE b 2002 Seattle Slew Storminwinter Winter Sparkle REBEL DANE b/br c 2009 Southern Halo More Than Ready Woodman’s Girl TEXARCANA gr 2002 Kala Dancer Cottonfields Georgian Gold

919 - The Star Epsom Handicap, G1, Randwick, October 5, 1600m 1 Boban (AUS) 4 br g Bernardini (USA) - Kenbelle (AUS) (Kenmare (FR)) 2 Streama (AUS) 5 b f Stratum (AUS) -

Seattle Slew A P Indy Weekend Surprise BERNARDINI b 2003 Quiet American Cara Rafaela Oil Fable BOBAN br g 2009 Kalamoun Kenmare Belle of Ireland KENBELLE b 92 Tattenham Gilt Kingdom Fair Profit

920 - The Metropolitan Handicap, G1, Randwick, October 5, 2400m 1 Seville (GER) 5 b c Galileo (IRE) -

Silverskaya (USA) (Silver Hawk (USA)) 2 Julienas (IRE) 6 b g Cape Cross (IRE) Dora Carrington (IRE) (Sri Pekan (USA)) 3 Sneak A Peek (ITY) 5 b c Doyen (IRE) Occhi di Giada (GER) (Shantou (USA)) Age: 2-5; Starts: 16; Wins: 2; Places: 9 Earnings: £689,227 Sire: GALILEO. Sire of 158 Stakes winners. In 2013 - ALTANO Lando G1, INTELLO Danehill G1, LINTON Centaine G1, MAGICIAN Mozart G1, ROMANTICA Danehill G1, RULER OF THE WORLD Kingmambo G1, SEVILLE Silver Hawk G1, BATTLE OF MARENGO Green Desert G2, TAPESTRY Danehill G2, TELESCOPE Darshaan G2, AUSTRALIA Cape Cross G3, DAVID LIVINGSTON Indian Ridge G3, ERNEST HEMINGWAY Darshaan G3, FEEL LIKE DANCING Darshaan G3, FLYING THE FLAG Pivotal G3, RAIN GAL Hurricane Sky G3, SAY Dynaformer G3, SCINTILLULA Danehill G3, STARSTRUCK Big Shuffle G3, THE UNITED STATES Pivotal G3, WONDERFULLY Danehill G3, ASTONISHING Kris S LR, CAMERON HIGHLAND Arch LR, EYE OF THE STORM Shirley Heights LR, INDIAN MAHARAJA Danehill Dancer LR, LAGO MINTO Saumarez LR, LEO GALI Darshaan LR, NOBLE MISSION Danehill LR, SECRET GESTURE Danehill LR, SUN CENTRAL Alysheba LR, VANISHING CUPID Alysheba LR, CELESTIAL HALO High Top LR, WELLS Rodrigo de Triano LR. 1st Dam: SILVERSKAYA by Silver Hawk. 5 wins at 3 in France, Prix Minerve G3, Prix de Royaumont G3. Dam of 3 winners: 2006: Silver Haze (f Pivotal) unraced. Broodmare. 2008: SEVILLE (c Galileo) 2 wins at 2 and 5 at home, Australia, The Metropolitan H G1, 2nd Dubai Duty Free Irish Derby G1, Racing Post Trophy G1, Juddmonte Grand Prix de Paris G1, Turnbull S G1, Totesport Dante S G2, 3rd Sportingbet.com Great Voltigeur S G2. 2009: LEBRON (c Galileo) Winner at 3. 2010: VIRGINIA (f Galileo) Winner at 3 in Japan. 2011: Oreichalkon (c Deep Impact) 2012: (f Manhattan Cafe) 2nd Dam: Boubskaia by Niniski. 1 win at 3 in France, 3rd Prix Occitanie LR. Dam of DANESKAYA (f Danehill: Prix d’Astarte G2), SILVERSKAYA (f Silver Hawk, see above), MUMTAZ (f Kaldoun: Walmac International Lone Star Oaks LR, Winstar Distaff H LR, 2nd Eatontown S G3), Beriskaio (c Bering: 3rd Prix de Guiche G3). Grandam of SIX SENSE, Delphoi, Psitta, Spellbind. Third dam of QUARTZ, MURANO, Quatorze.

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international database Broodmare Sire: SILVER HAWK. Sire of the dams of 76 Stakes winners. In 2013 - SEVILLE Galileo G1, KID DREAMS Lemon Drop Kid G3, RAWAAQ Invincible Spirit G3, A SHIN MISSOURI Manhattan Cafe LR, SISTER GINGER Student Council LR, SKY HUNTER Motivator LR. The Galileo/Silver Hawk cross has produced: GREAT HEAVENS G1, NATHANIEL G1, SEVILLE G1, AIGUE MARINE G3, ARISTOCRAT LR, NAMIBIA LR. Northern Dancer Sadler’s Wells Fairy Bridge GALILEO b 98 Miswaki Urban Sea Allegretta SEVILLE b c 2008 Roberto Silver Hawk Gris Vitesse SILVERSKAYA b/br 2001 Niniski Boubskaia Frenetique

921 - Coolmore Flight Stakes, G1, Randwick, October 5, 1600m 1 Guelph (AUS) 3 b f Exceed And Excel (AUS) - Camarilla (AUS) (Elusive Quality (USA)) 2 Sensibility (AUS) 3 br f Redoute’s Choice (AUS) - Fleeting Touch (USA) (Touch Gold (USA)) 3 Bound For Earth (AUS) 3 br f Northern Meteor (AUS) - Bulla Borghese (AUS) (Belong To Me (USA)) Sire: EXCEED AND EXCEL. Sire of 73 Stakes winners. In 2013 - GUELPH Elusive Quality G1, OVERREACH Snippets G1, KUROSHIO Gone West G2, OUTSTRIP El Prado G2, SIDESTEP Quest For Fame G2, BELLO Seeking The Gold G3, CAMPORELLA Real Quiet G3, CHAMPOLLION Octagonal G3, JUST DISCREET Bluebird G3, KULGRINDA Bellotto G3, SAFEGUARD Canny Lad G3, AEROBATICS Rahy LR, AGULHAS Gone West LR, CATHAY LADY Sinndar LR, EXCELORADA Zeditave LR, EXIMIUS Dehere LR, LA ARENOSA Acatenango LR, MORAWIJ Piccolo LR, PLANET VOYAGE Thunder Gulch LR, SOLAR DEITY Docksider LR, TRUDEAU Kris LR. 1st Dam: CAMARILLA by Elusive Quality. 2 wins in Australia, Inglis Sires’ Produce S G1, 3rd Salinger Champagne S G1. Own sister to INDUNA. Dam of 2 winners: 2009: DAZZLER (f More Than Ready) 2 wins in Australia. 2010: GUELPH (f Exceed And Excel) 6 wins in Australia, Moet & Chandon Champagne S G1, Coolmore Flight S G1, Inglis Sires’ Produce S G1, Coolmore Tea Rose S G2, Patinack Blue Diamond Prelude (fillies) G3, 2nd

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Coolmore Furious S G2, Keeneland Gimcrack S LR. 2011: Ghibellines (c Shamardal) in training. 2012: (c Street Cry) 2nd Dam: CAMARENA by Danehill. 9 wins in Australia Queensland Derby G1, 2nd Flight S G1, Louis Vuitton Mackinnon S G1, Eat Well Live Well Cup G1, 3rd AJC Oaks G1, Ansett Australia S G1. Own sister to Untouchable. Dam of CAMARILLA (f Elusive Quality, see above), INDUNA (g Elusive Quality: Mr Papparazzi Geelong Classic LR, 2nd Aami Victoria Derby G1) Broodmare Sire: ELUSIVE QUALITY. Sire of the dams of 7 Stakes winners. In 2013 - GUELPH Exceed And Excel G1, NO NAY NEVER Scat Daddy G1, GET HAPPY MISTER First Samurai LR. The Exceed And Excel/Elusive Quality cross has produced: GUELPH G1, Excel’s Beauty LR. Danzig Danehill Razyana EXCEED AND EXCEL b 2000 Lomond Patrona Gladiolus GUELPH b f 2010 Gone West Elusive Quality Touch of Greatness CAMARILLA b 2004 Danehill Camarena Canny Miss

922 - The Turks Spring Classic Ormond Memorial, G1, Hastings, October 5, 2000m 1 Ransomed (NZ) 6 b g Handsome Ransom (AUS) - Ski Queen (NZ) (Sky Filou (NZ)) 2 Nashville (NZ) 5 br g Darci Brahma (NZ) - Royal Kiss (IRE) (Royal Academy (USA)) 3 Survived (NZ) 4 ch g Zed (NZ) - Liberal (NZ) (Generous (IRE)) Sire: HANDSOME RANSOM. Sire of 4 Stakes winners. In 2013 - RANSOMED Sky Filou G1, WEISSMULLER Belong To Me G3. 1st Dam: SKI QUEEN by Sky Filou. 4 wins in New Zealand. Dam of 1 winner: 2007: RANSOMED (g Handsome Ransom) 8 wins in New Zealand, The Turks Spring Classic Ormond Memorial G1, Hotel Coachman Manawatu Cup G3, Gallagher Marton Cup LR, 2nd Lawnmaster Awapuni Gold Cup G2, Coca-Cola Canterbury Gold Cup G3. Broodmare Sire: SKY FILOU. Sire of the dams of 2 Stakes winners. In 2013 RANSOMED Handsome Ransom G1.

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Roberto Red Ransom Arabia HANDSOME RANSOM b 2000 Mill Reef Bianca Lancia Barbara Conti RANSOMED b g 2007 Mussorgsky Sky Filou Minnie SKI QUEEN b 91 Kazakstaan Kazakina Mototi

923 - Turnbull Stakes, G1, Flemington, October 5, 2000m 1 Happy Trails (AUS) 6 ch g Good Journey (USA) - Madame Flurry (AUS) (Perugino (USA)) 2 Puissance de Lune (IRE) 5 gr c Shamardal (USA) - Princess Serena (USA) (Unbridled’s Song (USA)) 3 Fawkner (AUS) 6 b/br g Reset (AUS) Dane Belltar (AUS) (Danewin (AUS)) Sire: GOOD JOURNEY. Sire of 7 Stakes winners. In 2013 - HAPPY TRAILS Perugino G1, CRAFTY CRUISER O’Reilly LR, SINO BRILHANTE Export Price LR. 1st Dam: MADAME FLURRY by Perugino. Winner in Australia. Dam of 3 winners: 2006: PETRAEUS (g General Nediym) Winner in Australia. 2007: HAPPY TRAILS (g Good Journey) 6 wins in Australia, Emirates Cantala S G1, Turnbull S G1, Dato Tan Chin Nam John F Feehan S G2, Spring Gully Spring S G3, 2nd NZ Bloodstock Memsie S G2, Yallambee Classic G2, Flinders Lane Frank Packer Plate G3, 1300 Australia Red Anchor S G3, 3rd Santos Coffee Queen Elizabeth S G1, Vic Tab Quaddie Shaftesbury Ave H LR. 2008: Chickitty Chick (f Tobougg) 2009: Heart of A Lion (g Lion Heart) 2 wins in Australia, 3rd Lightning S LR. 2010: Unique (c Henny Hughes) unraced to date. 2011: (f Dane Shadow) 2nd Dam: Flurry by Warmington. unraced. Dam of LAKE VILLA (g Curravilla: Liz Davenport Classic Quality S LR, 2nd SGIC S G3, 3rd Westend Breeders’ S G2), Birdbrain (c Catbird: 3rd Southern Rocycling H C Nitschke S LR), Flurry’s Autumn (f Southern Appeal: 2nd Eagle Blue Breeders’ S G2). Grandam of ROYAL SASH, Flurry’s Gem, Bronc. Third dam of VIVI VELOCE, TOLUKA, Shadrach, Just Been Lucky, Goldbya. Broodmare Sire: PERUGINO. Sire of the dams of 8 Stakes winners. In 2013 HAPPY TRAILS Good Journey G1, SATURDAY SKIES Any Given Saturday LR.

Northern Dancer Nureyev Special GOOD JOURNEY ch 96 Private Account Chimes of Freedom Aviance HAPPY TRAILS ch g 2007 Danzig Perugino Fairy Bridge MADAME FLURRY ch 2000 Warmington Flurry Sudi

924 - Grande Premio Jockey Club de Sao Paulo, G1, Cidade Jardim, October 5, 2000m 1 Fixador (BRZ) 3 c Crafty C T (USA) Nein (BRZ) (Know Heights (IRE)) 2 Bossoftheboss (BRZ) 3 c Top Hat (BRZ) - Sherikan (BRZ) (Blush Rambler (USA)) 3 El Caudilho (BRZ) 3 c Crimson Tide (IRE) - Give Me Hope (BRZ) (Top Size (BRZ)) Sire: CRAFTY C T. Sire of 2 Stakes winners. In 2013 - FIXADOR Know Heights G1, FATIOTA Thignon Lafre LR. 1st Dam: Nein by Know Heights. unraced. Dam of 3 winners: 2003: ALEMANHA (f A Good Reason) 2 wins in Brazil. 2006: BOMBARDINA (f Thignon Lafre) 3 wins in Brazil. 2007: Clotelvina (f Thignon Lafre) unraced. 2008: Durango (c Urodonal) 2010: FIXADOR (c Crafty C T) 5 wins in Brazil, Grande Premio Ipiranga (2000 Guineas) G1, Grande Premio Jockey Club de Sao Paulo G1, Grande Premio Farewell G1, Classico Siphon LR. 2011: Gigante (c Thignon Lafre) unraced to date. Harpeira (f Shirocco) 2012: 2013: Itala (f Bonapartiste) 2nd Dam: Urban Gypsy by Greinton. 3 wins in USA, 3rd Jan Jessie S LR. Broodmare Sire: KNOW HEIGHTS. Sire of the dams of 4 Stakes winners. In 2013 - FIXADOR Crafty C T G1, VIKING GOLD Silent Name G3, GOLDEN GOD Public Purse LR. Mr Prospector Crafty Prospector Real Crafty Lady CRAFTY C T ch 98 Far North Andriana B Sign Language FIXADOR c 2010 Shirley Heights Know Heights Unknown Lady NEIN 99 Greinton Urban Gypsy Almira


international database 925 - Grande Premio Henrique de Toledo Lara, G1, Cidade Jardim, October 5, 1800m 1 Estupenda Demais (BRZ) 3 b f Onward Royal (BRZ) - Ki Nave (BRZ) (Roi Normand (USA)) 2 Sai de Baixo (BRZ) 3 f Elusive Quality (USA) - Ke Mint (BRZ) (Royal Academy (USA)) 3 Burberry (BRZ) 3 f Mastro Lorenzo (BRZ) - Sens Unique (BRZ) (Blush Rambler (USA)) Sire: ONWARD ROYAL. Sire of 2 Stakes winners. In 2013 - ESTUPENDA DEMAIS Roi Normand G1. 1st Dam: KI NAVE by Roi Normand. Winner at 3 in Brazil. Dam of 1 winner: 2008: (c Amigoni) 2009: Druidessa (f Amigoni) 2010: ESTUPENDA DEMAIS (f Onward Royal) 4 wins in Brazil, Grande Premio Immensity G1, Grande Premio Henrique de Toledo Lara G1, 2nd G. P. Barao de Piracicaba (1000 Guineas) G1. 2011: Flash Heart Boy (c Tiger Heart) unraced to date. Broodmare Sire: ROI NORMAND. Sire of the dams of 35 Stakes winners. In 2013 - ESTUPENDA DEMAIS Onward Royal G1. Nijinsky Royal Academy Crimson Saint ONWARD ROYAL b 2001 Gone West Cabaret Queen Defer ESTUPENDA DEMAIS b f 2010 Exclusive Native Roi Normand Luth de Saron KI NAVE 2002 Seattle Dancer Seattle’s Love Pretty Colleen

926 - Moet & Chandon Spring Champion Stakes, G1, Randwick, October 12, 2000m 1 Complacent (AUS) 3 br c Authorized (IRE) - Insouciance (AUS) (Quest For Fame) 2 Criterion (NZ) 3 ch c Sebring (AUS) Mica’s Pride (AUS) (Bite The Bullet (USA)) 3 Savvy Nature (NZ) 3 br g Savabeel (AUS) - Generous Nature (AUS) (Carnegie (IRE)) Sire: AUTHORIZED. Sire of 10 Stakes winners. In 2013 - AMBIVALENT Darshaan G1, COMPLACENT Quest For Fame G1, REHN’S NEST Galileo G3, SUGAR BOY Danehill G3, DAKSHA Rahy LR, NICHOLS CANYON Dalakhani LR, SEAL OF APPROVAL Dr Devious LR. 1st Dam: INSOUCIANCE by Quest For

Fame. 2 wins in Australia. Own sister to DRACULA. Dam of 6 winners: 2005: NONCHALANCE (f Lonhro) 2 wins in Australia. Broodmare. 2006: Offhanded (g Lonhro) 4 wins in Australia, 3rd Top Cut Alister Clark S G2. 2007: TACTLESS (f Commands) 4 wins in Australia. Broodmare. 2008: BOREDOM (f Ad Valorem) 3 wins in Australia. 2009: PANIOLO (g Flying Spur) 3 wins in Australia. 2010: COMPLACENT (c Authorized) 3 wins in Australia, Moet & Chandon Spring Champion S G1, Pj’s Irish Pub Gloaming S G3. 2011: Careless (c Exceed And Excel) unraced to date. 2013: (c Helmet) 2nd Dam: Awards Ceremony by Kaoru Star. ran on the flat in Australia. Dam of DRACULA (c Quest For Fame: Moet et Chandon Champagne S G1, George Main S G1, Sires’ Produce S G1), SASH (f Dr Grace: Toy Show Quality H LR), THE OSCARS (c Procol Harum: Canonbury S LR, 2nd 2WS Silver Slipper S G2), Vampire (c Flying Spur: 2nd Fernhill H G3). Grandam of SCREEN, BRANNIGAN. Broodmare Sire: QUEST FOR FAME. Sire of the dams of 43 Stakes winners. In 2013 - COMPLACENT Authorized G1, NORZITA Thorn Park G1, SIDESTEP Exceed And Excel G2, TRIPLE ELEGANCE Mossman LR. Sadler’s Wells Montjeu Floripedes AUTHORIZED b 2004 Saumarez Funsie Vallee Dansante COMPLACENT br c 2010 Rainbow Quest Quest For Fame Aryenne INSOUCIANCE b 2000 Kaoru Star Awards Ceremony Party

927 - GP Linneo de Paula Machado Gd Criterium, G1, Gavea, October 12, 2000m 1 Avenger of Light (BRZ) 3 c Elusive Quality (USA) - Pretty Rafaela (BRZ) (Put It Back (USA)) 2 Baccelo (BRZ) 3 c Northern Afleet (USA) - Quanto Corina (BRZ) (Wild Event (USA)) 3 North Sail (BRZ) 3 c First American (USA) - Chris Lady (IRE) (Grand Lodge (USA)) Sire: ELUSIVE QUALITY. Sire of 83 Stakes winners. In 2013 - AVENGER OF LIGHT Put It Back G1, ELUSIVE KATE Lemon Drop Kid G1, ANA LUISA Royal Academy G2, MERHEE Encosta de Lago

G2, QUECHUA Diktat G2, BAHNAH Glitterman G3, GREAT WHITE EAGLE Miesque’s Son G3, SHURUQ Noverre G3, ANGELUS TASTER Our Emblem LR, DESEJADO QUALITY Mensageiro Alado LR, HOARDING Cadeaux Genereux LR, MR BIG Danehill LR, SAI DE BAIXO Royal Academy LR, DEMONSTRATIVE Quiet American LR.

H LR, 2nd Sebring Theo Marks S G2, 3rd Cellarbrations Canterbury S G1, Clamms Sir Rupert Clarke Inv. S G1 (twice), Schweppes Crystal Mile G2.

1st Dam: PRETTY RAFAELA by Put It Back. Winner in Brazil. Own sister to Software. Dam of 2 winners: 2009: VAN BASTEN (c Vettori) Winner in Brazil. 2010: AVENGER OF LIGHT (c Elusive Quality) 3 wins in Brazil, GP Linneo de Paula Machado Gd Criterium G1, Grande Premio Antenor Lara Campos G2, 3rd Grande Premio Jockey Club Brasieiro G1. 2011: Habanera Quality (f Elusive Quality) unraced to date. 2012: Imponente Do Mig (f Mig)

Broodmare Sire: VICTORY DANCE. Sire of the dams of 1 Stakes winners. In 2013 - SOLZHENITSYN St Petersburg G1.

2nd Dam: JEANNE ARPELS by Roy. 2 wins in Brazil. Dam of Software (c Put It Back: 2nd Classico Camara Municipal de Sao Paulo LR, 3rd Grande Premio Siphon G2) Broodmare Sire: PUT IT BACK. Sire of the dams of 1 Stakes winners. In 2013 AVENGER OF LIGHT Elusive Quality G1. Mr Prospector Gone West Secrettame ELUSIVE QUALITY b 93 Hero’s Honor Touch of Greatness Ivory Wand AVENGER OF LIGHT c 2010 Honour And Glory Put It Back Miss Shoplifter PRETTY RAFAELA 2004 Roy Jeanne Arpels Drumchardine

928 - David Jones NBCF Toorak Handicap, G1, Caulfield, October 12, 1600m 1 Solzhenitsyn (NZ) 7 b g St Petersburg (AUS) - Tri Victory (NZ) (Victory Dance) 2 Trevieres (FR) 5 ch c Gold Away (IRE) Castilly (GB) (Inchinor (GB)) 3 Blackie (NZ) 6 ch g Black Minnaloushe (USA) - Diamond Babe (NZ) (Stravinsky (USA)) Sire: ST PETERSBURG. Sire of 5 Stakes winners. In 2013 - SOLZHENITSYN Victory Dance G1. 1st Dam: Tri Victory by Victory Dance. Dam of 1 winner: 2006: SOLZHENITSYN (g St Petersburg) 13 wins in Australia, New Zealand, David Jones Toorak H G1 (twice), Carlton Mid Lord Mayor’s Cup G3 (twice), XXXX Gold Strawberry Road

2nd Dam: Tri View by Three Legs. unraced. Dam of Anden (g Magic of Sydney: 3rd Skycity Hamilton Waikato Guineas G3). Grandam of Zabisco.

Northern Dancer Nureyev Special ST PETERSBURG b 97 Valid Appeal Miss Bold Appeal Bid Gal SOLZHENITSYN b g 2006 Sadler’s Wells Victory Dance Tree of Knowledge TRI VICTORY 97 Three Legs Tri View Valla Ondina

December issue

929 - Cathay Pacific Caulfield Stakes, G1, Caulfield, October 12, 2000m

1 Atlantic Jewel (AUS) 5 b f Fastnet Rock (AUS) - Regard (AUS) (Zabeel (NZ)) 2 Foreteller (GB) 6 b g Dansili (GB) Prophecy (IRE) (Warning) 3 Super Cool (AUS) 4 b g Fastnet Rock (AUS) - Queen Mother (USA) (Kingmambo (USA))

Stallion Review 2013

Sire: FASTNET ROCK. Sire of 51 Stakes winners. In 2013 - ATLANTIC JEWEL Zabeel G1, SUPER COOL Kingmambo G1, YOUR SONG Fuji Kiseki G1, HVASSTAN True Hero G2, RAIN DRUM Thunder Gulch G2, SCANDIVA Snippets G2, DRIEFONTEIN Export Price G3, FAST ‘N’ ROCKING Hennessy G3, ANATINA Magic Ring LR, CASQUETS Woodman LR, EAGLE ISLAND Galileo LR, EL ROCA Rubiton LR, FAST DRAGON Fusaichi Pegasus LR, IMPETUOUS More Than Ready LR, ROCK HERO Galileo LR, SEA SIREN Success Express LR.

With all the stallion information your clients need to know

1st Dam: REGARD by Zabeel. 2 wins at 3 in Australia. Dam of 2 winners: 2008: ATLANTIC JEWEL (f Fastnet Rock) Champion 3yr old filly in Australia in 2011-12. 10 wins in Australia, Ticketek All Aged S G1, NZ Bloodstock Memsie S G1, Schweppes The 1000 Guineas G1, Cathay Pacific Caulfield S G1, Wakeful S G2, Top Cut W H Stocks S G2, Yellowglen Sapphire S G2, 2nd Hyland Colours Underwood S G1. 2009: COMMANDING JEWEL (f Commands) 4 wins in Australia, The 1000 Guineas G1. Schweppes 00 44 (0) 1428 724063

Contact: Declan

declan.rickatson@btinternet.com

2nd Dam: Nanshan by Nashwan. Dam

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The price is rising.... fast. As the bidding war for the Galileo filly out of Alluring Park is gaining momentum the sales goers are enthralled by the action. All are now watching the bids being tossed to and fro between Nicholas de Watrigant and John Magnier, and from the â&#x20AC;&#x153;eyesâ&#x20AC;? in the sales entrance being cast upwards, it looks as though Magnier, although eventually the defeated one, has just raised the stakes. Most are looking towards the Coolmore platform, though Roger Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Callaghan is avoiding all the fuss and is calmly perched on the sales rail as the five million guineas filly walks by. Photo courtesy of Tattersalls 114 www.internationalthoroughbred.net


Le Havre

B./Br. 2006 - 1,65m • NOVERRE - MARIE RHEINBERG

The leading French first season sire!

• LISTED winner in his 1st crop • 4 black type prospects for 2014, including:

LA HOGUETTE : 3 wins, including LISTED Prix Hérod (7f) “A great filly !” – JEAN-CLAUDE ROUGET – JDG 8/10

LA GOHANNIERE : Prix de la Poterne des Peupliers (8f). “This filly, own by Gérard Augustin-Normand, is definately another black type prospect for Le Havre in 2014.” – JDG 21/10

FEE :

€7,000 LIVE FOAL

FEE :

€3,000 LIVE FOAL

FEE :

€4,000 LIVE FOAL

Air Chief Marshal B. 2007 - 1,63m • DANEHILL DANCER – HAWALA

A superb looking Gr.1 two year old

• By exceptional Champion sire DANEHILL DANCER • Full brother to FOXTROT ROMÉO 2 Irish Guineas Gr.1 • Racy and attractive first yearlings sold for nd

€70,000, €48,000, €37,000, etc.

First Crop are 2yos in 2014

Rajsaman Gr. 2007 - 1,63m • LINAMIX - ROSE QUARTZ

One of the best European Milers of his generation of 4 Group races over a mile, • Winner beating 10 Group 1 winners: Lope de Vega, Siyouni, Paco Boy, Dick Turpin...

• Closely related to Gr.1 two year old winner Rosanara mares covered in his first season in 2013, including • 184 NONSUCH WAY (Gr.1), BELLIFLORE (Gr.1)...

LA CAUVINIÈRE SYLVAIN VIDAL

MATHIEU ALEX

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First crop yearlings in demand! 400,000gns David Redvers Bloodstock

€280,000 McCalmont Bloodstock

300,000gns M V Magnier

€240,000

Peter & Ross Doyle Bloodstock

230,000gns Paul Smith

16 have sold for upwards of

€110,000

❝The Rip Van Winkle yearlings are very nice horses - in fact I'd say they are the nicest by any first-crop stallion this season.❞ Charlie Gordon-Watson, TDN, 16/10/13 Of all the brilliant sons of GALILEO to date, only the great FRANKEL was rated higher by Timeform.

And when winning both the Sussex Stakes and the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes, Rip Van Winkle recorded faster times than Frankel.

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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