Filed on 19 Jan 2009 @ 11:12
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Filed on 24 Jul 2014 @ 14:35
The Henry Candy-trained Alonsoa is unbeaten in two starts, having won a Newbury maiden on debut last time. She is a half sister to dual Group Three winner Alanza out of Listed Dick Hern Fillies' Stakes winner Alasha (Barathea), also second in the Grade One EP Taylor Stakes and third in the 1000 Guineas and who was sold by the Aga Khan for €260,000 at Goffs in 2011. She in turn is a half sister to Listed winner Alaiyma, out of a winning half sister to Group winners Altayan and Altashar, from the family of Aliysa and Alandi.
This is the second juvenile stakes winner (from just nine 2yo runners) of the season for Raven's Pass, the other being the impressive Chesham winner Richard Pankhurst.
Filed on 24 Jul 2014 @ 07:39
YEOMANSTOWN & MORRISTOWN LATTIN STUDS EBF S.-Listed
€54,000, Naas, 7-23, 3yo/up, f/m, 6fT, 1:08.03, gd/fm
1--MINALISA (GB), 131, m, 5
Filed on 24 Jul 2014 @ 07:33
GRAND PRIX DE VICHY-G3
€80,000, Vichy, 7-23, 3yo/up, 10fT, 2:10.18, vsf
1--HIPPY (FR), 125, m, 6
Filed on 23 Jul 2014 @ 09:42
GRAND PRIX DU LYON-Listed
€55,000, Lyon, 7-22, 3yo, 10fT, 2:17.64, gd/sf
1--SUMMER SURPRICE (FR), 120, f, 3
This is the second career win in six starts for three-year-old Summer Surprice, who was fifth behind subsequent Prix de Malleret winner Dolmiya in the Listed Prix Melisande last month. She is out of the unraced Royal Academy mare Summer Exhibition, herself a half sister to Listed winner Danzari out of a Group Two-placed half sister to Zaizafon, the dam of Zafonic and Zamindar.
This is the fourth first-crop stakes winner for Le Havre, whose winners are headed by dual Classic winner Avenir Certain.
Filed on 23 Jul 2014 @ 09:40
PRIX MADAME JEAN COUTURIE-Listed
€55,000, Vichy, 7-22, 3yo, f, 10fT, 2:19.12, vsf
1--DANZA CAVALLO (FR), 123, f, 3
Listed-placed at Nantes on her previous start, Danza Cavallo is a €16,000 Arqana yearling and a half sister to dual Listed winner Trip To Rhodos out of a Listed-placed Mark Of Esteem mare. The second dam is a half sister to Group Three winner The Scout and the dams of Group winners Persianlux and One Clever Cat, out of Group One Prix Marcel Boussac winner Tropicaro.
Filed on 23 Jul 2014 @ 09:37
CAGLIOSTRO ZWEIJAHRIGEN TROPHY-Listed
€25,000, Cologne, 7-22, 2yo, 7fT, 1:24,73, sf
1--PALACE PRINCE (GER), 123, c, 2
Filed on 22 Jul 2014 @ 08:28
PRIX HUBERT BAGUENAULT DE PUCHESSE-Listed
€52,000, Lyon Parilly, 7-21, 4yo/up, 12fT, 2:40.00, vsf
1--NARROW HILL (GER), 128, g, 6
This is the seventh career win and second at stakes level for the Phillipe Sogorb-trained Narrow Hill. He is a half brother to four winners including German Listed winner Namibia out of the Silver Hawk mare Narooma, Germany's champion juvenile filly in 2001 and the winner of the Group Three Preis der Winterkonigin. The second dam is a half sister to Group Two Richmond Stakes winner Dilum.
Filed on 21 Jul 2014 @ 11:23
KILBOY ESTATE S.-G2
€100,000, Curragh, 7-20, 3yo/up, f/m, 9fT, 1:55.62, gd/fm
1--MANGO DIVA (GB), 135, f, 4
This is the third stakes win for Mango Diva, whose previous career high was a Group Three victory last September. She is the second foal and first winner out of Group Three Daffodil Stakes winner Mango Mischief, herself a half sister to a Hollywood Grade Three winner.
Mango Diva is one of five stakes winners this season for Holy Roman Emperor, who is second to Halling on the table of leading sires at under £20,000.
Filed on 21 Jul 2014 @ 11:17
€60,000, Curragh, 7-20, 3yo/up, 10fT, 2:13.77, gd/fm
1--PARISH HALL (IRE), 138, h, 5
This is the fourth stakes win - and first win of the season for 2011 Dewhurst winner Parish Hall. Homebred by Jim Bolger, he is the first foal out of his 10f winning Montjeu mare Halla Siamsa, herself one of two winners out of a winning Quest For Fame mare. The second dam is a half sister to an American stakes winner, and the third dam is a half sister to dual Group Three winner Demia and to the dam of the Aga Khan's Listed winner Ebaziya, herself the dam of Group One winners Enzeli, Ebadiyla and Ebadiya.
Filed on 21 Jul 2014 @ 11:15
PRIX EUGENE ADAM (GRAND PRIX DE MAISONS-LAFFITTE)-G2
€130,000, Maisons-Laffitte, 7-20, 3yo, 10fT, 2:07.90, vsf
1--WESTERN HYMN (GB), 123, c, 3
The John Gosden-trained Western Hymn was unbeaten in three starts when winning the Group Three Classic Trial in April, but could manage only sixth in the Derby before bouncing back with a fine effort here. A 50,000 gns Tattersalls yearling purchase, he is a half brother to the winner Blue Nova out of the winning Cape Cross mare Blue Rhapsody, herself a half sister to multiple Group Three winner Fantasia and Group Three winner Pink Symphony. The next dam, Blue Duster, won the Group One Cheveley Park Stakes and is an own sister to Middle Park winner Zieten.
Filed on 21 Jul 2014 @ 11:05
PRIX ROBERT PAPIN-G2
€130,000, Maisons-Laffitte, 7-20, 2yo, c/f, 5 1/2fT, 1:05.60, vsf
1--KOOL KOMPANY (IRE), 128, c, 2
The Richard Hannon-trained Kool Kompany has now won five of his six starts, having seen off War Envoy to win the Listed Rochestown Stakes at Naas at the beginning of June, before finishing just 12th in the Coventry Stakes. He bounced back to win the Group Two Railway Stakes last time. A £40,000 DBS Premier yearling, he is a half brother to two winners, including the Listed-placed Ridge City, out of an Indian Ridge mare. The second dam is a Group-placed half sister to Listed winner Step With Style.
Kool Kompany is Jeremy's third career stakes winner - following the success over hurdles of Our Conor, the son of Danehill Dancer now stands at Garryrichard Stud.
Filed on 21 Jul 2014 @ 11:02
PRIX DE LA PEPINIERE - FONDS EUROPEEN DE L'ELEVAGE-Listed
€64,000, Maisons-Laffitte, 7-20, 4yo/up, f/m, 10fT, 2:13.70, vsf
1--BALTIC BARONESS (GER), 128, f, 4
This is the third stakes win for the Andre Fabre-trained Baltic Baroness, who won the Group Three Prix Cleopatre as a three-year-old last May. She is a half sister to German Listed winner Baltic Rock and the Listed-placed Baltic Storm out of the winning Sadler's Wells mare Born Wild, a daughter of Group One German Derby and Grosser Preis von Baden winner Borgia, herself a half sister to German Derby and Coronation Cup winner Boreal.
Filed on 21 Jul 2014 @ 11:00
PREMIO CITTA' DI NAPOLI-Listed
€55,000, Naples, 7-19, 3yo/up, 5fT, gd
1--ELDO RIVER (IRE), 129, h, 5
Filed on 21 Jul 2014 @ 10:49
€41,600, Naples, 7-19, 2yo, 7 1/2fT, gd
1--TIME CHANT (GB), 124, c, 2
Filed on 21 Jul 2014 @ 10:46
€41,600, Naples, 7-19, 3yo/up, 11 1/2fT, gd
1--KESHIRO (IRE), 128, c, 4
Filed on 21 Jul 2014 @ 10:44
HOPPEGARTENER SOMMERPREIS-DEUTSCHLANDS HOCHSTDOTIERTES LISTENRENNEN-Listed
€80,000, Hoppegarten, 7-20, 3yo/up, 9fT, 1:47.20, gd
1--SIMBA (GB), 119, c, 3
Filed on 19 Jul 2014 @ 17:09
DARLEY IRISH OAKS-G1
€400,000, Curragh, 7-19, 3yo, f, 12fT, 2:33.68, gd/fm
1--BRACELET (IRE), 126, f, 3
The winner of a Leopardstown maiden on her second start as a juvenile last June, Bracelet was off the track until winning the Leopardstown 1000 Guineas Trial in March, ahead of a down-the-field finish in the 1000 Guineas before bouncing back to win the Group Two Ribblesdale Stakes last time. She is an own sister to Group Two Rockfel Stakes winner Wading out of the Group Three-placed Green Desert mare Cherry Hinton, herself a daughter of Arc winner Urban Sea and thus a three parts sister to Sea The Stars and Born to Sea and half sister to Galileo, Black Sam Bellamy.
Bracelet is the third Group One winner of the season for Montjeu, along with Gallante and Leading Light.
Filed on 19 Jul 2014 @ 16:23
JEBEL ALI RACECOURSE & STABLES ANGLESEY S.-G3
€65,000, Curragh, 7-19, 2yo, 6f 63yT, 1:15.33, gd/fm
1--DICK WHITTINGTON (IRE), 129, c, 2
Richard Pankhurst became the top-rated two-year-old of the season when winning the Chesham Stakes (Ivawood has since surpassed his mark) and Dick Whittington, third in the Ascot Listed contest, turned the tables on Toscanini, who was second that day. A €55,000 Goffs foal, he sold for €280,000 at last year's Orby sale. He is a half brother to two winners out of the Danehill mare Sahara Sky, a half sister to July Cup winner Owington and the dam of Group Three winner Miss Anabaa.
This is the second stakes winner for Rip Van Winkle, the other also being a Group Three winner in I Am Beautiful. The Coolmore resident has six winners from 20 runners so far and moves to fifth on the first crop sires table.
Filed on 19 Jul 2014 @ 16:14
MICHAEL MURPHY HOME FURNISHINGS MINSTREL S.-G3
€60,000, Curragh, 7-19, 3yo/up, 7fT, 1:23.11, gd/fm
1--ANSGAR (IRE), 135, g, 6
Six year old Ansgar beat last-time-out Listed winner Darwin by a length to register a first stakes win. Twice before placed at Group Three level, the Sabrina Harty trainee has thrice been a handicap winner from a mile to 11f. By Celtic Swing, she is out of a mare by Pennekamp, who was beaten a head by that rival in the 1995 2000 Guineas.
Filed on 19 Jul 2014 @ 14:17
AL BASTI EQUIWORLD HACKWOOD S.-G3
£60,000, Newbury, 7-19, 3yo/up, 6f 8yT, 1:11.38, gd
1--MUSIC MASTER (GB), 130, c, 4
This is the first stakes win for Henry Candy's Music Master, who was fourth in the Group One Golden Jubilee Stakes last time, and was second in the Group Three Bengough Stakes on his final start as a three year old last season. Loftier targets beckon, with Candy comparing the four year old to Kyllachy and nominating the Nunthorpe as a likely target. He is a half brother to three winners from 5f to 7f out of a winning half sister to winners. The third dam is a half sister to Queen Mary Stakes winner on Tiptoes.
Filed on 19 Jul 2014 @ 13:43
DOOM BAR S. (REGISTERED AS THE STEVENTON S.)-Listed
£37,000, Newbury, 7-19, 3yo/up, 10f 6yT, 2:08.59, gd
1--AMRALAH (IRE), 130, c, 4
This is the first stakes win for four year old Amralah, who was Listed-placed behind Windhoek last time, and has previously won over 7f and 12f. A 50,000 gns Tattersalls yearling, he is a half brother to two winners out of the Diesis mare Sharp Mode, a 60,000 gns broodmare purchase from the Juddmonte draft in 2003. She in turn is a daughter of the winner A La Mode, an own sister to Grade Three winner Modernise and half sister to Group One winners Elmaamul and Reams Of Verse, Group Two winner Manifest and Midsummer Sun, the dam of Midday.
Amralah becomes the 10th stakes winner from Teofilo's second crop, a 10% strike rate (his first crop attained a 12% stakes winning strike rate). The Darley sire has a number of notable runners this week, with Arod enjoying a confidence boosting win at Leicester and Tarfasha going for Group One glory in the Irish Oaks later today.
Filed on 19 Jul 2014 @ 13:38
NEWSELLS PARK STUD S. (REGISTERED AS THE APHRODITE S.)-Listed
£40,000, Newmarket, 7-19, 3yo/up, f/m, 12fT, 2:29.40, gd/fm
1--NOBLE PROTECTOR (GB), 128, f, 4
Second in the Listed Daisy Warwick Stakes on his stakes debut last time, Noble Protector asserted once brought wide here to win as he liked. He is a half brother to German Group Three winner All Shamar and to the winner Dr Smart out of the Group Three-placed winner All Glory. She in turn is a half sister to Listed winners Mauri Moon and Kimbridge Knight, out of Listed winner Dazzling Heights.
Filed on 19 Jul 2014 @ 13:00
ROSE BOWL S. - SPONSORED BY COMPTON BEAUCHAMP ESTATES LTD-Listed
£25,500, Newbury, 7-18, 2yo, 6f 8yT, 1:11.21, gd/fm
1--LIMATO (IRE), 126, g, 2
The Henry Candy-trained Limato is now unbeaten in three starts and was a comfortable winner here in his stakes debut. A £41,000 DBS Premier yearling purchase, he is the first foal out of the winning Singspiel mare Come April, herself a half sister to winners out of an own sister to Group One Eclipse winner Compton Admiral and half sister to Twyla Tharp, dam of The Fugue.
Filed on 19 Jul 2014 @ 12:57
EBF STALLIONS GLASGOW S.-Listed
£40,000, Hamilton, 7-18, 3yo, 11f 16yT, 2:18.67, gd/fm
1--POSTPONED (IRE), 129, c, 3
This is the second career win for Postponed, who took advantage of a drop in class to post a maiden black type win, having placed third in both the Group Three Craven Stakes and Tercentenary Stakes. A 360,000 gns Tattersalls yearling purchase, he is the first winner out of Ever Rigg, a half sister to four winners (including the Listed-placed Bite Of The Cherry and Pietra Dura - who is also the dam of Grade Three winner Turning Top), out of Group One Moyglare winner Bianca Nera. She in turn is a half sister to Moyglare second Hotelgeniedotcom, the dam of Group One Fillies' Mile and Falmouth winner Simply Perfect as well as Crackling, the dam of Listed winner Ronaldsay and granddam of Jersey winner Gale Force Ten.