Albert is out of the Galileo mare Fallen In Love who won over a mile and was placed in the Group 2 Lancashire Oaks at Haydock Park and placed in Listed races at Goodwood and Newbury. Fallen In Love has bred two winners, Loving Things who won three times including the Group 3 Prix de Flore at Saint-Cloud and Loving Home who won seven times here in the UK and in Australia. The next dam Fallen Star won three times including the Listed Silver trophy at Ascot and was group placed, she has bred six winners including Fallen For You winner of the Group 1 Coronation stakes at Royal Ascot and two other races, who is also the dam of the Group 2 Hungerford Stakes winner Glorious Journey.
He is from the first crop of the Beckhampton trained Decorated Knight and the second foal out of Kodiac mare Shaden. Decorated knight is the winner of 8 races between the UK, IRE and UAE as well as placing 5 times. His wins included multiple Group 1 races. His dam Shaden won three times out of six races which included winning the Group 3 Firth of Clyde Stakes at Ayr. Shaden was purchased at Tattersalls December Mare Sale in 2018 by Blue Diamond Stud Farm UK for 370,000 GNS. Her first foal, a colt by Dark Angel was purchased at Tattersalls Book 1 2019 for 210,000 GNS but sadly died as a two year old.
She is out of Cheveley Park Stud owned and bred Dutch Treaty who is a half sister to Golden Horde the winner of the Group 2 Richmond Stakes at Goodwood and out of Entreat who won five times up to listed level. Entreat is a half sister to stallion Producer and the family trace further back Serena’s Song and Serena’s Sister. The sire Camacho is a half brother to Showcasing who stands at Whitsbury Manor Stud and Tendu a Juddmonte mare who is Listed and Group 3 placed . Annie’s Song was purchased by Jamie Railton Sales Agency for 38,000 from Goffs November Foal Sale 2019. She then went to the Goffs Orby Sale 2020 and was purchased back by the vendor for 50,000.
Her dam Slide Show was a winner over 1 mile and 4 furlongs. She is a Galileo mare who is the half sister to five winners. Armathia’s great grand dam is My Emma, a winner of three races over 1 mile 4 furlongs which included the Group 1 Prix Vermeille in France and the Group 1 Yorkshire Oaks held at York. The family traces back to Classic Cliche the winner of the Group 1 St Leger Stakes at Doncaster and the Group 1 Gold Cup at Ascot. He went on to be a successful stallion of both flat and jumps horses. Slide Show was purchased by Mr Hunt at the Tattersalls Ascot May sale in 2016.
He is by the Cheveley Park Stallion Twilight Son who won the Group 1 Diamond Jubilee at Royal Ascot, the Group 1 Haydock Park Sprint Cup as well as four other races. The dam Desert Liaison is out of Toffee Nosed a winner of the Listed October Stakes at Ascot. Desert Liaison has so far bred four winners from five runners up until April 2021 including the full brother Prince Ali who was a winner on second career start at the age of 3. Brayden Star was first purchased as a yearling at the Tattersalls Book 2 sale for 25,000 GNS and was later purchased at the Craven Breeze Up sale in 2021 by his owner for 80,000 GNS.
He is a half brother to Extra Elusive the winner of the Group 3 Rose Of Lancaster Stakes and the Group 3 Gallagher Group Winter Hill Stakes. He is also the half brother to Ajaya the winner of the Group 2 Gimcrack Stakes and Group 2 placed in France. Nessina is the half sister to Tantina who is the dam of Cityscape and Bated Breath who were both trained here at Beckhampton before standing as stallions at stud. Tantina is also the dam of Scuffle who is the dam of St. Leger winner Logician. Nessina was bred by Juddmonte and has a pedigree which traces back to Xaar the champion European 2 year old in 1997. Chef De Partie was purchased at Tattersalls Book 2 sale 2020 for 95,000 GNS.
She is out of an Oasis Dream Normandie Stud mare called Maid To Dream who is out of a listed winning mare called Maid For The Hills . Maid To Dream is a full sister to Run For The Hills who was a winner over 6 furlongs. He started his career in training with John Gosden and came here to Beckhampton later on. Dancing Eagle is a half sister to four winners including The Happy Prince winner of the Group 3 Renaissance Stakes at the Curragh and Ziegfeld who is a Listed Winner and Group 2 placed. She was purchased at Tattersalls Book 2 2020 by Hugo Merry Bloodstock for 150,000 GNS. Her half brother by Dark Angel sold for 115,00 GNS at Tattersalls Book 2 2019 to Shadwell Estate.
Her dam Aspasias Tizzy was a winner over 1 mile and 4 furlongs. Dancing Empress is a half sister to six winners notably the David Barron trained Above The Rest who is a Group 3 winner of the Betfred TV Chipcase Stakes at Newcastle and Listed winner at Wolverhampton. Dancing Empress was purchased by Hugo Merry at Tattersalls Book 2 for 52,000 GNS. The year before her Full brother sold at Tattersalls Book 2 for 135,000 GNS and was also purchased by Hugo Merry Bloodstock. Her full brother Emperor Spirit is now in training with John Gosden and placed on his first two starts as a two year old and won his third start also at two years.
Her dams first foal Dancing Approach who is full sister to Dancing Tango, won twice over twelve furlongs in a Class 4 handicap and Class 3 handicap for owners and breeders Mr and Mrs Fish when in training here at Beckhampton. Dream Approach is a half sister to Ho Choi who started his career over here in the UK and then moved over to Hong Kong and is now the winner of of a Group 2 as well as placing in several Group 2 races. She is also the half sister to Group 3 winner Drumfire who is by Danehill Dancer and Group 3 winner Cabaret who is by Galileo and the dam of Coolmore stallion Magna Grecia and Dewhurst Stakes winner St Mark’s Basilica.
Her dam Momentary won the listed Swettenham Stud Fillies Trial Stakes over ten furlongs at Newbury. The family line traces all the way back to Trying For Gold who was bred by The Royal Stud and foaled in 1986 going on to be a winner over 1 mile 4 furlongs. Trying For Gold went on to produce Phantom Gold who was owned and bred by H M The Queen and went on to win two Grooup 2 races and a Group 3 race. She then went on to be the dam of Flight Of Fancy who finished 2nd in the Group 1 Oaks at Epsom. At the end of her racing career Flight Of Fancy produced Fleeting Memory the dam of Momentary who then went on to produce Discretion who is in training with us now. The whole line has been owned and bred by H M The Queen.
He was purchased at Tattersalls Book 3 for 27,000 GNS by Rabbah Bloodstock. He is out of a winning mare That’s My Style who has bred one winner so far called My Style, a winner over 6 furlongs on good to firm ground. That’s My Style is out of Pearl Dance, making her a half sister to Sparkling Beam a multiple Listeed winner in France as well as winning the Group 3 Prix Chloe. Sparkling Beam also placed in a Group 2 and Group 3 on multiple occassions. That’s My Style is also a half sister to Born In China, a winner of big handicap races in Hong Kong as well as placing in a Group 3.
His dam Dabtiyra, by Dr Devious was placed at three years on her only run. She was out of Dabtiya the winner of two races, one being the Listed Ballyroan Stakes at Leopardstown. She also finished 2nd in the Group 3 Meld Stakes at the Curragh as well as placing 4th in the Group 2 Blandford Stakes also held at the Curragh. Fozzie Bear is the full brother to Washaar, a winner of multiple races over 7 furlongs and a mile including two Listed Races. Washaar also placed 3rd in the Group 2 Superlative Stakes at Newmarket (July). The family traces back to the Aga Khan’s Delsy. Fozzie Bear was purchased at Tattersalls Book 1 Sale for 75,000 GNS.
He is the third foal of French Dressing who won the listed Lyric Stakes at York. The first foal was French Polish who won over twelve furlongs when in training here at Beckhampton. The second is Mohaafeth who was bred by Normandie Stud Ltd and bought by Shadwell Estate for 350,000 Gns from Tattersalls Book 1 sale. Mohaafeth was the winner of the Listed Betfair Newmarket Stakes 2021 and looks to have a bright future ahead of him.
She comes from one of Her Majesty’s oldest families tracing back to Amicable. Her daughters Example and Expansive were very good staying fillies. Example had the best race record winning the Prix de Royallieu, Prix Jean de Chaudenay and Park Hill Stakes. Expansive was not as sound as Example but nevertheless won the Ribblesdale at Royal Ascot and it is from her that Fresh Fancy is descended. The granddam Fictitious won the listed Hoppings Stakes at Newcastle and has bred six winners. The dam Pure Fantasy won twice over ten furlongs, her first foal, a full brother to Fresh Fancy won a ten furlong Newmarket maiden in October 2020.
She is the first foal out of Yellow Band, an unraced mare who is full sister to the Second Step. Second Step was the winner of 8 races in the UK and Germany. His wins included the Group 1 Grosser Preis Von Berlin in Germany, the Group 2 Jockey Club Stakes at Newmarket and four Listed races . He also placed 11 times in his career which included five Group 3 races, two Group 2 races and two Listed races. . Five of his wins came when trained by Luca Cumani and a further three when in training here at Beckhampton. The family traces back to the Juddmonte mare Ballinderry the dam of Sanglamore. Golden Sheen was Purchased by the Vendor for 100,000 GNS at Tattersalls Book 1 sale.
She is out of Photographic who was a winner of two races over 1 mile. Photographic is the half sister to Foreteller a winner of 11 races in Australia and France. These included six Group 1 races, three Group 2 races, one Group 3 race and a Listed race. She is a the half sister to Modern Look the winner of 4 races including a Group 2 and Group 3 in France. She is also half sister to Arabesque, the dam of the Whitsbury Manor Stud stallion, Showcasing and the Yeomanstown Stud Stallion, Camacho. Graph is the half sister to Shutter Speed who won three of her five races, including the Group 3 Musidora Stakes at York. She also finished fourth in the Group 1 Prix de Diane.
She is the fourth foal out of Go Angellica who was the winner of two races at 2 years old including the Listed Stonehenge Stakes at Salisbury. Her first foal sadly died as a foal, the second foal is still unraced to date and the third foal ran twice at two years old. Go Angellica is the half sister to Six winners and now has a two year old half sister by Exceed and Excel in training here at Beckhampton. Hayat is a granddaughter of Areyaam and the great granddaughter of Yanaseeni, the full sister to the sire of successful jump horses Faugheen, Captain Cee Bee, Samcro and Conna Castle all Grade 1 winners. Go Angellica was sold at Tattersalls July sale 2020 for 42,000 GNS.
His dam Dance Hall Girl was a winner over 6 furlongs and is the half sister to Solar Deity the winner of 7 races including the Listed Lady Willfruna Stakes at Wolverhampton. Honky Tonk Man is the half brother to five winners, Tashweeq is one of them, he is the winner of three races which include the Listed Flying Scotsman Stakes at Doncaster. Kasbah is the winner of five races, Highlight Reel the winner of two races, Celebrity Dancer winner of two races, and HMS President the winner of one race. The dam has produced these 5 winners out of 6 runners. Honky Tonk Man was first sold as a foal at the Goffs November Foal Sale. He was then later purchased at Tattersalls Book 2 sale for 68,000 GNS.
She is from a well established Normandie Stud family. Her dam Stella Bellissima, a winner on debut over 1 mile 4 furlongs, is out of Dolores who has bred seven winners including the Group 1 Irish St Leger winner Duncan, the Group 2 Park Hill winner Gretchen, the Group 2 Doncaster Cup winner Samuel and the listed Height Of Fashion winner Deirdre. Judith is by the first season sire Almanzor who came from the first crop of Wootton Bassett. Almanzor won eight times from eleven starts notably the Group 1 Prix Du Jockey Club, the Group 1 Qipco Champion Stakes and the Group 1 Irish Champion Stakes.
Her dam Thistle Bird was the winner of 8 races which included the Group 1 Pretty Polly Stakes, the Group 3 Princess Elizabeth stakes in which she won two years in a row and she was also the winner of three Listed races. Thistle Bird didn’t race until she was three when she won twice. She made steady progress over the next three seasons winning the Group 1 Pretty Polly Stakes at the Curragh at the age of six. Her first foal Thorn was a winner when in training here and was then followed on by her second foal Bullfinch who was a winner of 3 out of 5 races when in training here, he was then sold at Tattersalls Autumn Horses In Training Sale 2020 to Chris Waller for 370,000 GNS.
He was bred by Fittocks Stud and sold at Tattersalls Book 2 to Rabbah Bloodstock for 100,000 GNS. He is the first foal out of the two time winner and listed placed Materialistic who was trained and bred by Luca Cumani. Materialistic is a half sister to Pinzolo a winner of the Listed Tamdown Fairway Stakes which is held at Newmarket. His grand dam Pongee was the winner of six races which included a Listed at Haydock, the Group 2 Lancashire Oaks at Haydock and finishing 2nd in the Group 1 Yorkshire Oaks at York. This is a family developed by the Cumani’s at their Fittocks Stud at Cheveley near Newmarket and traces back to Listed winner and Group 3 placed Puce.
His dam Nijah was a winner over 1 mile and she produced her first foal in 2017 who is currently unraced. It appears as though she didn’t have a foal in 2018 and this is her second foal. Nijah is out of Vista Bella who is a Listed winner and dam of 4 winners. Both Vista Bella and Nijah were bred by Darley Stud Management. Nijah is from the family of Cox Orange who was the winner of 10 races between France and the USA and Spectacular Joke who was the winner of 4 races in France. La Pulga was bought by Howson and Holdsworth Bloodstock at Tattersalls December Foal Sale in 2019 for £70,000 GNS and went on to be sold at the Goffs Premier Yearling Sale 2020 and purchased by Rabbah Bloodstock Ltd for £75,000.
Her dam Palmette is a full sister to the Whitsbury Manor stallion Showcasing, Tendu who is the dam of Beheld who is in training here and Bouvardia. She is also the half sister to the Oasis Dream sired stallion Camacho who stands at Yeomanstown Stud. Palmette was a winner herself and won once over 6 furlongs just like her dam Arabesque who won twice over 6 furlongs. Leaf Motif is closely related to Graph another Juddmonte two year old in training here, they both trace back to Group 3 winner Andaleeb who was in training here under Jeremy Tree. Andaleeb is the Great Grand Dam to Leaf Motif and the Grand Dam to Graph. They all descend from the Juddmonte foundation mare Bag Of Tunes.
He is the second foal of the Pivotal mare Loving Things who won three races in her career which included the Listed ‘Pontefract Castle Stakes and the Group 3 Prix de Flore’ at Saint-Cloud. She was also placed in the Group 2 Lancashire Oaks. Loving Things has a half brother by Kingman in training with Chad Brown called Serve The King who has won two from 3 races including a Group 3. Loving Things is out of Fallen In Love who was a winner of a maiden fillies’ stakes at Haydock. She finished 2nd in three Listed races and 2nd in the Group 2 ‘Lancashire Oaks’. Fallen In Love is out of Fallen Star who was a multiple winner which included the Listed ‘Michael Page International Silver Trophy Stakes.
She is by the first season sire Time Test who stands at the National Stud under the management of Tim Lane. Time Test was trained here at Beckhampton. He recorded six wins and six places from fourteen starts. In the UK he won the Group 2 Joel Stakes at Newmarket the Group 3 Brigadier Gerard Stakes at Sandown Park, and the Group 3 Tercentenary Stakes at Royal Ascot, he was placed in the Juddmonte International and the Eclipse. He was later transferred to Chad Brown in the US where he was placed in the Group 1 at Saratoga and Belmont Park. The dam Sell Out won three races including the listed Prix des Tourelles at Chantilly, so far she has bred six winners from seven runners.The second dam Nordica has bred nine winners to date, notably Sueboog, the dam of Best Of The Bests, and Marika. There are several black type winners under her including Prince Of Arran.
The dam Majestic Manner won at two years old over 7 furlongs. This is her third foal, the first foal has only had one run and the second foal is currently unraced. The second foal by New Approach was sold at Tattersalls Book 2 sale for 150,000 GNS to Shadwell Estate Company. Majestic Manner is out of Majestic Roi the winner of the Group 1 Sun Chariot Stakes at Newmarket. She is also the half sister to Majestic Jasmine who is a Listed winner and Noor Al Hawa the winner of eight races which included 4 Group 3 races in Germany, France and Qatar, as well as three Listed races in Germany and France.
He was bought at Tattersalls Ireland Foal Sale by Culworth Grounds Farm for £7,500. The dam won three times and finished 2nd in the Listed Major Cadeaux Land O’Burns Fillies’ Stakes at Ayr over 5 furlongs. Mars Magic is a half brother to A Step Too Far who is a winner of six races over five and six furlongs. The dam Celerina is a full sister to Another Express who was also a winner over five furlongs as well as placing in a Listed race. The next dam Chantarella bred five winners including Another Express and Clenor the winner of three races in the USA as well as finishing 3rd in the Group 3 Grangecon Stud Stakes at the Curragh.
Her dam Dhan Dhana was a winner of two races over 1 mile. She has produced Singyoursong a multiple winner and Listed place. Dhan Dhana is also the dam of Rejaah who was a winner on the flat for William Haggas and was later sold at the Ascot sales in 2015. She went on to win multiple races over hurdles and fences including a mares listed hurdle at Cheltenham in April 2018. Dhan Dhana is the half sister to Annabelle’s Charm the winner of a Listed race at Bath and who also is the Dam of Jumby Breeze who is a three year old in training here at Beckhampton.She is from the extended family of Ballingarry, Aristotle, Starborough and St Nicholas Abbey.
He is the fourth foal out of dam Hana Lina who was placed twice at 2 years old. She is the half sister to Lady Of The Desert who won four races at two and three years old, including the Group 2 Diomed Stakes at Ascot, the Group 2 Lowther Stakes at York and the Group 3 Princess Margaret Abu Dhabi Stakes at Ascot/She was also placed in the Group 1 Haydock Park Sprint Cup and the Group 1 Prix de L’Abbaye de Longchamp. The next dam Queens Logic was Champion Two Year Old Filly in Europe in 2001 and is a half sister to Dylan Thomas and Homecoming Queen. Hana Lina’s first three foals sold at Tattersalls Book 1 Sale between 2017 and 2019 and all fetched a price over 100,000 GNS.
Her dam Areyaam was placed three times at 3 years old over 1 mile. She has impressively produced 7 winners from 7 runners from 7 foals. She is the dam of Go Angellica the winner of two races at 2 years old including the Listed Stonehenge Stakes at Salisbury. Go Angellica’s third foal is now in training here at Beckhampton. Areyaam’s dam Yanaseeni was a winner of one race in the USA at two years and placed twice. She is a full sister to Group 1 winner Germany, the sire of successful jump horses Faugheen, Captain Cee Bee, Samcro and Conna Castle all Grade 1 winners.
Her dam Millisecond was a winner of two races over five and six furlongs. She traces back to one of Meon Valley Stud’s foundation mares and first classic winner One In A Million who was trained by Sir Henry Cecil. Millisecond has bred three winners from four runners so far. Next Second is a half sister to Royal Dynasty the winner of 5 races, she is also the half sister to Dashing Poet the winner of 6 races. Next Second was first sold as a foal at the Tattersalls December Foal Sale 2019 consigned by Tweenhills Farm and Stud. She was then sold a year later at the Tattersalls Book 3 sale for 21,000 GNS to Amanda Skiffington.
His dam was the winner of two races at two years old which included the Group 3 Prix Du Calvados in France. Ya Hajar is the half sister to stallion Zafeen Champion three year old miler in 2003 .He was the winner of the Group 1 St James’s Palace Stakes and finished 2nd in the Group 1 2ooo Guineas. She is also a half sister to five other black type winners. Ya Hajar is the dam of 8 winners from 9 runners and has produced Prince Of All the winner of two races, including the Listed Patton Stakes at Dundalk and placed in Group 3 Diamond Stakes also held at Dundalk.
She is from the family of Maryinsky that includes La Sky, the dam of the Oaks winner Love Divine and Legal Case. Her dam Sooraah won four races including the listed Valiant Stakes at Ascot as well as a very close 2nd in a Listed race at Lingfield. She has bred two winners from four foals to date. Sooraah’s dam Al Persian is a half sister to the stallion Legal Case who was trained by Luca Cumani to win the Group 3 Select Stakes at Goodwood, the Group 1 Dubai Champion Stakes at Newmarket and the Group 1 Premio Roma in Italy.
He was bred by the Cumani’s at their Fittocks Stud in Cheveley near Newmarket. His full brother Kemari was sold in 2019 at the Tattersalls Book 1 sale for 400,000 GNS to Godolphin. He is currently unraced. The dam Koora was the winner of two races which included the Group 3 Victoria Club Stakes at Newbury. She was also placed in the Group 2 Middleton Stakes at York as well as the Listed Galtres Stakes . Koora is a half sister to Go For Gold who was placed in Group 2 and 3 races and is also half sister to successful jumps stallion Milan who stands at Grange Stud. Out From Under was purchased by the vendor at Tattersalls Book 1 for 120,000 GNS.
He is a half brother to Alkandora a winner of Listed race Prix Melisande at Longchamp and placed in a Group 2 and Group 3 race both held at Deauville. He is also the half brother to Cambric the winner of three races when in training here at Beckhampton. His Dam Poplin was a winner of one race over 1 mile and placed in a Listed race. Poplin was purchased by Oak Grove Stud for 320,000 GNS at the Tattersalls December mare sale in 2013. She is a half sister to Materialistic who’s first foal is now in training with us here at Beckhampton.
He is from the first crop of the Scat Daddy stallion El Kabeir who won from seven to nine and a half furlongs, including the Group 2 Kentucky Jockey Club Stakes at Churchill Downs and the Group 3 Gotham Stakes at Aqueduct and was placed at Group 1 level. The dam ran in France and is from the family of the stallion Cappella Sansevero. Pirouz has an unraced three year old half brother by Camacho who is the first foal out of President’ s Seal and who sold at the Tattersalls December Foal Sales in 2018 for 70,000 GNS. Pirouz was purchased by Dr Jamal Ahmadzadeh himself at Tattersalls Book 3 Sale 2020 for 30,000 GNS.
An interesting pedigree as she is by a grandson of Sadlers Wells out of a three parts sister to Kind the dam of Frankel. The sire Kitten’s Joy is best known here as the sire of Hawkbill winner of the Group 1 Eclipse, Group 1 Sheema Classic), Roaring Lion (Group 1 Eclipse, Group 1 Juddmonte International, Group 1 Irish Champion Stakes, Group 1 Queen Elizabeth Stakes) and Kameko (Group 1 2000 Guineas, Group 1 Vertem Futurity) as well as several top stakes performers in the United States.The dam Riposte by Dansili won four races including the Group 2 Ribblesdale and the Group 2 New York Stakes and the Group 2 Sheepshead Bay Stakes both at Belmont Park. Pomodorino is a little Italian red tomato.
Her dam Lavinia’s Grace was a winner at two years in France over 5 furlongs and was placed five times. Lavinia’s Grace is a half sister to the Listed placed, Guilia the dam of Goodyearforroses, a winner of a Listed race in Canada, two Listed races in the USA as well as a Group 2 win and Group 1 placing. Princess Lavinia is a half sister to Justonefortheroad a winner of nine races, Jubilanta a winner of two races, Shanghai Grace a winner of three races, Lavinia Rose the winner of four races and Magique Touch the winner of one race. Lavinia’s Grace is out of a Green Desert mare who won in France at 2 years and placed 8 times in her racing career. Lavinia’s Grace has also produced 6 winners from 7 living foals.
She is by Shalaa the top rated juvenile in England and France in 2015 when he won the Group 1 Prix Morny and the Group 1 Middle Park. The dam Paradise sea ran only 4 times and has produced 4 foals of racing age currently. She has only produced one runner so far which placed at two years old. Paradise Sea is a half sister to David Junior the winner of 7 races out of 13 runs. His wins included the Group 1 Champion Stakes at Newmarket, the Group 1 Dubai Duty Free in the UAE and the Group 1 Coral Eclipse Stakes at Sandown. He was officially rated the joint best colt in the world in 2005 to 2006. He was then sold privately to Japan where he stood as a stallion.
She was purchased at the Tattersalls December foal sale in 2019 by George Mullins Bloodstock for 10,000 GNS. The dam Marine Girl was a winner of one race at three years over 1 mile. The Granddam Aquamarine was a Juddmonte Farms mare that was the winner of the Listed Cheshire Oaks at Chester.Marine Girl is a half sister to Marani a Listed winnre of the Aphrodite Stakes at Newmarket as well as being the dam of Memorandum a winner over 5 furlongs when in training here in 2009. Marine Girl is so far the dam of 2 winners from 3 runners.
He was bought at the Goffs Orby sale by Kevin Ross Bloodstock for £78,000. He is the first foal out of the unraced Pearly Spirit who is out of Pearl Banks a winner of four out of seven races. They included a Group 3 and two Listed races in France and Germany. Pearly Spirit is also a half sister to Pearl Steph who is also a Listed winner and Lucky Lycra who is a Listed and Group 3 winner also in France and Germany. Pearl Banks has produced four winners from four runners with three of them having gained black type.
Her dam Lost Icon was the winner of one race in France and placed 4 times. She is the dam of eight winners from nine runners out of nine foals of racing age. She has produced Elusive Beauty the winner of the Listed Eternal Stakes held at the Carlisle and also placed in the Group 3 Grangecon Stakes held at the Curragh. Lost Icon also produced Futuro Anteriore who won 15 races in Italy and placed 32 times with one being in a Listed race. Further back in the pedigree is the Wildenstein family of Bigstone, Batave and Blue Cloud. 2019 Ex Lost Icon is from the first crop of Decorated Knight the winner of 8 races between the UK, IRE and UAE as well as placing 5 times. His wins included multiple Group 1 races.
02/05/21 – Salisbury – AJN Steelstock “Real Steel” Fillies’ Conditions Stakes (Class 3)
Her dam Spring Fling won three races including the Listed race Land Of Burns Stakes at Ayr over 5 furlongs and was Listed placed. Spring Fling is the half sister to Twilight Son the winner of the Group 1 Diamond Jubilee Stakes at Ascot and winner of the Group 1 Sprint Cup at Haydock. He now stands at Cheveley Park Stud and was a leading first crop sire in 2020. Spring Fling is also the half sister to Music Master the winner of the Group 3 Hackwood Stakes at Newbury as well as placing 3rd in the Group 1 Sprint Cup at Haydock. He now stands at Throckmorton Court Stud in Worcestershire. Spring Fling is the dam of Pollinate a three year old in training and this is her second foal.
He is out of Gale Force who won three races including the Listed Prix Denisy at Saint-Cloud. Gale Force is a half sister to the Group 1 Fillies and Mares Stakes winner Seal Of Approval. Being by Sea The Stars makes Sweet William very closely related to the Derby winner Harzand, they are by the same sire and their dams are both descended from a mare bred by Brook Holliday, Hazy Idea. She is from the famous Cleaboy Stud founded by Major Lionel Holliday and the family of Lost Soul and Phase which has been producing top class runners for over seventy years. In the first quarter of the 20th century Sledmere Stud, was one of the top studs. They bred and sold many classic winners and sold four fillies who became good racers and top class broodmares. If you would like to read more please refer to www.yorkshire-racing.co.uk where there is a detailed profile of the Major, Sledmere Stud.
She is by Dabirsim who is a Sunday Silence line stallion standing at Haras de Grandcamp. He was unbeaten in five races at two when he won the Group 1 Prix Morny and the Group 1 Prix Jean-Luc Lagadere. Temptation’s dam Temptress is well known to followers of the stable for being able to produce a strong burst off a fast pace, most notably when she just failed to catch GM Hopkins in the Royal Hunt Cup at Royal Ascot. She won three times from seven furlongs to a mile. Her dam Femme Fatale was a Listed winner who bred seven winners from nine runners. Temptation has a 3yr old half brother Camelot Tales who was sold as a yearling at Tattersalls Book 1 in 2019 for 140,000 gns, he is in training with Simon & Ed Crisford and won for the first time in April.
He is the half brother to Quadrilateral who was trained here at Beckhampton. Quadrilateral won three races from six runs which included the Group 1 Fillies’ Mile at Newmarket. Quadrilateral also placed 3rd in the Group 1 Qipco 1,000 Guineas and the Group 1 Coronation Stakes. Nimble Thimble the dam has produced three winners from five runners. Thesis is from the family of Sookera who was bought privately from Robert Sangster. The family includes thee fine mares Kerali and Hasili. . His three year old half sister Quilted who is the full sister to Quadrilateral is also in training here. The grand dam bred Three Valleys who was Joint Champion 2 year old colt in 2003 when also trained here.
He is out of the Sangster Family owned mare Paris Winds. She is a Galileo mare that was the winner of 4 races between Ireland and the USA. She placed 3rd in the Group 2 Blandford Stakes at the Curragh as well as placing 3rd in the Listed Garnet Stakes at Naas. She is already the dam of three winners from five runners from five living foals. His Grand dam Lil’s Jessy bred seven winners. One of her non winners Absolute Lady bred the 2016 Champion Filly in France La Cressoniere who’s form finished at eight wins from eight runs including 2 Group 1 races, a Group 2 race and 3 Listed races. Lil’s Jessy won the Group 3 Nell Gwyn Stakes as well as placing in a Listed race.
She was purchased by the Vendor Corduff Stud for 35,000 GNS at Tattersalls Book 2 Sale. Her dam Buying Trouble won three races including the Listed Cecil Frail Stakes at Haydock as well as placing in four Listed races. Buying Trouble is half sister to Nucifera the winner of three races including the Listed Prix Francois Boutin in France as well as placing in a Group 3. 2019 Ex Buying Trouble is her first foal who traces back to the Niarchos family of Imperfect Circle which includes the likes of Spinning World, Pathfork and Tacitus. Trouble Afoot’s half sister by Sea The Stars was sold at Goffs November foal sale in 2020 for £175,000.
His dam won five races between the UK and USA including the Listed Possibly Perfect Stakes at Santa Anita. She traces back to the Wildenstein family 0f Albertine. There are numerous black type winners here including Arcangues, Angara, Cape Verdi, Agathe and Dartmouth. September Stars is a half sister to Teodoro the winner of the Group 3 Rose Of Lancaster Stakes. She is also the half sister to Altruistic a winner of the Group 1 Racing Post Trophy. He now stands at Rosshill farm in Galway Ireland with his first crop being 4 years old. 2019 Ex September Stars was purchased at Tattersalls Book 1 sale for 130,000 GNS by Hugo Merry Bloodstock from Watership Down.
Her dam Crystal morning was a winner over 1 mile 1 furlong and has produced three winners out of three runners, One Hart the winner of 3 races, Adnap the winner of 2 races and Furiosa the winner of 1 race. Crystal morning is the half sister to Graphic the winner of 9 races including the Group 3 Prix Messidor in France and the Listed Doncaster Mile. She also finished 2nd in the Investec Diomed Stakes. 2019 ex Crystal Morning was first sold at the Goffs November Foal Sale for £50,000. She then went on to be sold at Tattersalls Book 2 sale 2020 and purchased by the owners Middleham Park Racing themselves for 65,000 GNS.
She is the first foal out of her dam Langlauf who won 4 times over a mile and is half sister to Fly At Dawn who was placed in a Listed race in the UAE and winner of a competetive conditions race at Meydan worth £48,000 to the winner. She is from the family of the 1,000 Guineas winner Las Meninas. 2019 Ex Langlauf’s grand dam is the half sister to Signora Cabello a winner of four races which include the Group 2 Queen Mary Stakes at Ascot, the Group 2 Darley Prix Robert Poplin in France, the Listed Marygate Fillies’ Stakes at York and placed 2nd in the Group 1 Darley Prix Morny in France.
He was bred by Cheveley Park Stud and purchased by Rabbah Bloodstock at the Tattersalls Book 2 sale 2020 for 70,000 GNS. His Dam Between Us, a mare by Galileo, won two races at three years and placed five times, including 3rd in the Listed Pontefract Castle Stakes. She is a half sister to Confidential Lady a winner of five races including the Listed Challenge Star Stakes at Sandown, the Group 3 Prix Du Calvados at Deauville and the Group 1 Prix de Diane Hermes at Chantilly. She also finished 2nd in the Group 1 Stan James 1000 Guineas in 2006.
Her dam Choumicha was purchased at Tattersalls December mare Sale 2018 by Rabbah Bloodstock for 370,000 GNS. She was a winner over 7 furlongs and is the full sister to Galileo Gold who won the Group 1 Qipco 2000 Guineas, the Group 1 St James Palace and the Group 2 Qatar Vintage Stakes. Tracing further back in to the family are the sprinter Goldream and Floripides the dam of Coolmore stallion Montjeu. This is the first foal out of Choumicha and is by the Classic winning miler Kingman who is siring Classic winning milers from his first two crops.
She was sold at Tattersalls Book 1 to Rabbah Bloodstock for 65,000 GNS and is the first foal out of the unraced Pannonia who is out of Panty Raid the winner of five races. Panty Raid’s five wins included the Group 1 Juddmonte Spinster Stakes at Keeneland, the Group 1 American Oaks at Hollywood Park and the Group 2 Black Eyed Susan Stakes at Pimlico all being in the USA.
She is by the first season sire Caravaggio who won seven races including the Group 1 Commonwealth Cup at Royal Ascot, Group 1 Phoenix Stakes at the Curragh, Group 2 Coventry Stakes at Royal Ascot, and the Group 2 Flying Five at the Curragh. He stands at Ashford Stud in Kentucky.
She was purchased at Tattersalls Book 2 sale by Rabbah Bloodstock for 75,000 GNS. Her dam Starscape is out of an unraced sister to Land Of Dreams winner of the Group 2 Flying Childers at Doncaster and the Group 3 King George Stakes at Goodwood. Land Of Dreams is the dam of the Group 1 July Cup winner Dream Ahead and six other winners. She is from the first crop of Postponed who won the Group 1 Coronation Cup at Epsom, the Group 1 Juddmonte International at York, Group 1 King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot, the Group 1 Dubai Sheema Classic at Meydan and nine other races.
She is out of a Roderic O’Connor mare called Sharaakah who was also owned by Mr Mohammed Jaber when in training. She was purchased at the 2014 Goffs Orby sale as a yearling for 22,000 euros. Sharaakah was a winner at two years over 7 furlongs and placed in two listed races. Sharaakah is also a half sister to three winners Quissisana, Diamond Geezah and Aledaid. Her grand dam was the lightly raced Lanark Belle who is the half sister to Adiemus, a Listed winner and placed in the UK as well as winning and placing in big handicaps in the UAE.
He is from the first crop of Blue Diamond’s Beckhampton trained dual Group 1 winner Decorated Knight who stands at the Irish National Stud. His dam Missy O’Gwaun won once over 1 mile 4 furlongs as well as placing three times. She has also bred two winners to date. Missy O’ Gwaun is a full sister to Cosmo Meadow the winner of a Group 1 and big handicap races as well as placing in Group 2 and Group 3 races all in Japan. Missy O’ Gwaun is also the half sister to Knight To Behold a Listed winner at Lingfield, a Group 2 winner in France and placed in Group 2 and Group 3 races in this country. She is from the Ballymacoll family of Ballerina, Millenary and Head In The Clouds.
She was purchased at the Tattersalls Book 2 sale for 27,000 GNS by Joe Foley. She is a half sister to Private Matter who is a Listed winner in France. The dam Privacy Order is a half sister to Red Box who is the winner of the Listed Valiant Stakes at Ascot. The grand dam Confidential Lady is a Listed winner in the UK and a Group 3 winner in France. She was also a winner of the Group 1 Prix de Diane Hermes at Chantilly.
He is the first foal to be produced by Vuela for owner and breeder Mr Stuckey. Vuela was the winner of two out of her six career starts and also placed three times. Vuela is the half sister to Volume who is a Listed winner as well as placing 3rd in the Group 1 Investec Oaks and the Group 1 Darley Irish Oaks. Volume produced Quorto who was one of the best two year olds in Europe during 2018, he won 3 races from 3 starts including a Group 2 and a Group 1. Sadly he died at the age of 4 having suffered from a fatal injury during exercise.
She is from the family of the stallions Bated Breath and Cityscape which goes back to the Juddmonte foundation mare Monroe who was bought privately from Robert Sangster. Her dam Sleep Walk is a half sister to the St Leger winner Logician, Collide, Battlement, and Suffused. Her sire Caravaggio has his first runners this year and has been quick off the mark with four winners. He was very quick at two and three winning the Group 1 Phoenix Stakes and Group 2 Coventry Stakes in his first year, following up with the Group 1 Commonwealth Cup and the Group 2 Flying Five in his second.
She has a pedigree embracing two top class owner breeder’s studs. Golden Horn is from Anthony Oppenheimer’s Hascombe and Valiant Stud at Cheveley and the dam is descended from Prince Faisal’s Nawara Stud. She was bought at Tattersalls Book 1 by Stroud Coleman for 350,000 Gns. The Prince bred the diminutive Rafha who won the Group 1 Prix De Diane at Chantilly and four other races when trained by Sir Henry Cecil. She subsequently bred those top sprinters and sires Invincible Spirit and Kodiac and three other black type winners including Acts Of Grace the grandam of Mishriff. Wonderful Times’s granddam Massarra won three times up to listed level, and was bought by Coolmore for whom she has produced Group 2 winner Gustav Klimt, Listed winner Blissful, Listed winner Cuff and Wonderfully who won twice including the Group 3 Silver Flash Stakes at Leopardstown. Wonderfully’s first foal Wondrous Words won her maiden at Redcar for Ballylinch Stud and Roger Varian. Her second foal is yet to race.
Cochise is our first runner of the day and runs in the ‘tote.co.uk Now Never Beaten By SP Handicap’ at Chelmsford for owner Mr Philip Newton. He was a winner at three years in 2019 and was absent from the racecourse for 2020. He made his reappearance i …
Sleeping Lion is our first runner of the day and runs at Royal Ascot in the ‘Copper Horse Stakes (Handicap) (Class 2) for owners Merry Fox Stud Ltd. He is our first runner of the week at the royal meeting and heads into it in good order. The six-year-o …