Stallion Watch

Eleven for Harry Angel

New winners Harry Angel (pictured above) – Bonny Angel (2 f ex Timeless Gift by Camacho) provided Darley shuttler Harry Angel (Dark Angel) with his 11th individual winner when scoring on handicap debut at Leicester on Thursday. The Clive Cox-trained filly ran on to lead towards the finish, winning by a neck over Lily In... Read More

Ten for Harry Angel

New winners Harry Angel – Darley shuttler Harry Angel (Dark Angel) sired his ninth and tenth individual winners this week, beginning with Ange De L’Amour’s (2 f ex Ocelot by Poet’s Voice) maiden win at Nottingham. Trained by Robyn Brisland, the filly was sent off as favourite and kept on well to beat Hi Clare... Read More

Seven for Saxon Warrior

New winners Saxon Warrior – Gan Teorainn (2 f ex Dance Troupe by Rainbow Quest) became the seventh individual winner for first-season sire Saxon Warrior (Deep Impact), when she built on the promise of her debut second to take out a fillies’ maiden over a mile at Naas. Trained by Jim Bolger, Gan Teorainn defeated... Read More

Eight for Harry Angel

New winners Harry Angel (pictured above) – Harry Angel (Dark Angel) sired his seventh individual northern hemisphere-bred winner when Al Dasim (2 c ex Dance Hall Girl by Dansili) produced a convincing win at short odds at Windsor on Monday evening. The colt won by four lengths defeating River Of Riches (No Nay Never), with... Read More

Six for Churchill

New winners Caravaggio – Former shuttler Caravaggio (Scat Daddy) sired his fourth individual southern hemisphere winner when Palaggio (2 g ex Rocket Commander by Court Command) made a winning debut in a 1200-metre maiden on the Ballarat synthetic track. Trained by Ciaron Maher and David Eustace, the newcomer finished four and a half lengths clear... Read More

Seven for Almanzor

New winners Almanzor (pictured above) – Cambridge Stud first-season sire Almanzor (Wootton Bassett) sired his seventh individual southern hemisphere-bred winner when Islero (2 g ex Actressa by Denman) won the 2YO Maiden Plate (1200m) at Murtoa. The Anthony and Sam Freedman-trained gelding proved too strong at the finish, winning by a neck ahead of fellow... Read More