Stallion Watch

18 for Harry Angel

New winners Harry Angel (pictured above} – Darley shuttler Harry Angel (Dark Angel) sired his 17th and 18th individual winners last week, beginning when Proverb (2 c ex Posh Perfect by Showcasing) built on two promising efforts to take out a maiden over five furlongs at Hamilton. Sent off the red-hot favourite, the George Boughey-trained... Read More

First for Embellish

New winners Embellish (pictured above) – Debutante Luberon (Embellish) gave her sire the perfect start of a winner with his first runner when leading all the way to score over 800-metres at Ruakaka. Luberon is bred and raced by Cambridge Stud owners Brendan and Jo Lindsay where the New Zealand 2,000 Guineas (Gr 1, 1600m)... Read More

15 for Harry Angel

New winners Harry Angel (pictured above) – Darley shuttler Harry Angel (Dark Angel) took his winners tally to 15 as he sired a double last week. Glenfinnan (2 c ex Fatanah by Green Desert) provided the son of Dark Angel (Acclamation) with his 14th winner when scoring at the third time of asking in a... Read More

13 for Saxon Warrior

New winners Saxon Warrior (pictured above) – First season sire Saxon Warrior (Deep Impact) sired two winners last week, beginning with Henry The Lion (2 c ex Silver Meadow by Teofilo) who provided the Coolmore shuttler with a 12th individual winner when running out a ready scorer of a 1600-metre maiden at Marseille-Borely. The Jerome... Read More

13 for Harry Angel

New winners Harry Angel (pictured above) – Darley’s first season sire Harry Angel (Dark Angel) sired a winning double last week beginning with Marine Wave (2 f ex Ambiguous by Kheleyf), who improved for her debut fifth at Ripon last month to get off the mark at the second attempt in a five-furlong novice at... Read More

27 for Sioux Nation

New winners Sioux Nation – Sioux Spirit (2 f ex Scarlet Pimpernel by Sir Percy) provided Coolmore first-season sire Sioux Nation (Scat Daddy) with a 27th individual winner, comfortably getting off the mark at the third time of asking in a five-furlong maiden at Navan. The Ken Condon-trained filly made good headway inside the final... Read More