Stallion Watch

First Group 1 winner for Australia

Pride Of Dubai – Telepatic Glances (2 f ex Caveran by Hurricane Run) became the 19th individual winner for her sire Pride Of Dubai (Street Cry) after she claimed victory in Milan on Saturday in a 1700-metre event for debutant fillies. Stay On Track (Arcano) was a length behind in second, with Territories (Invincible Spirit) filly Sadalsuud in third. Pride Of Dubai stands for $38,500 at Coolmore Australia in 2020. 

 

Shalaa – Arrowfield Stud’s shuttler Shalaa (Invincible Spirit) sired his tenth individual winner when Shalaa Asker (2 c ex Miracle Seeker by Rainbow Quest) got off the mark in a novice contest over five furlongs on Chelmsford’s all-weather track on Sunday. Trained by Adrian Keatley, the juvenile beat Eye Of Heaven (Exceed And Excel) by a length and three-quarters, with favourite Asadjumeirah (Adaay) another length away in third. Shalaa Asker is the sixth foal out of the Listed-winning Rainbow Quest (Blushing Groom) mare Miracle Seeker. Shalaa stands at Arrowfield for a fee of $33,000 (inc. GST) in 2020. 

 

New G1 winners

Australia – Coolmore’s Australia (Galileo) sired his first elite level winner when Galileo Chrome (3 c ex Curious Mind by Dansili) continued his meteoric rise through the ranks with victory in the St Leger Stakes (Gr 1, 1m 6.5f) at Doncaster on Saturday. The Joseph O’Brien-trained colt, who only broke his maiden tag in the middle of June, made it four wins from as many starts this year when seeing off the persistent challenge of Berkshire Rocco (Sir Percy) to score by a neck under Tom Marquand. Pyledriver (Harbour Watch) finished a length further back in third. A runaway winner of a Listed contest on testing ground at Navan at the back-end of last month, Galileo Chrome is the second foal out of the winning Dansili (Danehill) mare Curious Mind, who herself is a half-sister to Listed winners Michelangelo (Galileo) and Private Secretary (Kingman) and out of a half-sister to the Group 1 winner Aussie Rules (Danehill). Dual Derby winner Australia stood at Coolmore in Ireland for a fee of €27,500 (approx A$44,750) in 2020.

 

Galileo – Coolmore sensation Galileo (Sadler’s Wells) took his Group 1 tally to 88 on Sunday with victories to Mogul (3 c ex Shastye by Danehill) in the Grand Prix de Paris (Gr 1, 2400m) and Shale (2 f ex Homecoming Queen by Holy Roman Emperor) in the Moyglare Stud Stakes (Gr 1, 7f). Mogul swept home at Longchamp to take the Grand Prix de Paris impressively, defeating In Swoop (Adlerflug) by two and a half lengths with Gold Trip (Outstrip) a short head away in third. The brother to Japan and Sir Isaac Newton may be bound for Australia, with the colt holding entries in the Caulfield Cup (Gr 1, 2400m) and the Cox Plate (Gr 1, 2040m). Minutes later, Shale took the juvenile fillies’ feature at the Curragh, scoring by three-quarters of a length over Pretty Gorgeous (Lawman) with the Australian-owned Oodnadatta (Australia), sporting the Bob Scarborough colours, in third. Galileo stood for a private fee in 2020.  

 

Maclean’s Music – Hill ‘n’ Dale Farms stallion Maclean’s Music (Distorted Humor) recorded his third Grade 1 winner last week when Jackie’s Warrior (2 c ex Unicorn Girl by A P Five Hundred) took out the Hopeful Stakes (Gr 1, 7f) at Saratoga on Monday to remain unbeaten. The Steve Asmussen-prepared Jackie’s Warrior won on debut at Churchill Downs before taking the Saratoga Special (Gr 2, 6f) at start two. Ridden by Joel Rosario, Jackie’s Warrior led from gate to wire, taking victory by two and a quarter lengths over favourite Reinvestment Risk (Upstart); Mutasaabeq (Into Mischief) was more than ten lengths away in third. Maclean’s Music stood for US$20,000 (approx A$27,600) in 2020.

 

Shamardal – The late Shamardal (Giant’s Causeway) sired his 26th individual winner at the elite level when Tarnawa (4 f ex Tarana by Cape Cross) emerged from deep in the pack to strike in the Prix Vermeille (Gr 1, 2400m) at Longchamp on Sunday. The Dermot Weld-trained four-year-old was taking her record for the season to two from two as she lowered the colours of red-hot favourite Raabihah (Sea The Stars), crossing the line three lengths in front of the market leader who kept on well to edge out Dame Maillot (Champs Elysees) for second. Now the winner of six of her 12 starts, five of those victories coming in stakes races, Tarnawa is the first foal out of the Cape Cross (Green Desert) mare Tarana.

 

Violence – It was a coast-to-coast double for Hill ‘n’ Dale Farms stallions in the juvenile Grade 1 features on Labor Day in the US as Dr. Schivel (2 c ex Lil Nugget by Mining For Money) gave Violence (Medaglia d’Oro) his fourth Grade 1 winner when taking the Del Mar Futurity (Gr 1, 7f) at Del Mar. Sent out as favourite and ridden by the meet’s leading rider Flavien Prat, Dr. Schivel chased the leader Spielberg (Union Rags) throughout, assuming control at the top of the stretch to win by a length and three quarters over Spielberg with three and three-quarter lengths back to Weston (Hit It A Bomb) in third. Violence stood for US$25,000 (approx A$34,500) in 2020.

 

Zoffany – Thunder Moon (2 c ex Small Sacrifice by Sadler’s Wells) made the seamless transition from maiden success to Group 1 winner when flying late to claim the Vincent O’Brien National Stakes (Gr 1, 7f) at the Curragh on Sunday. Supplemented for the race after being acquired by new ownership, the Joseph O’Brien-trained colt defeated Wembley (Galileo) by one and a half lengths with St Mark’s Basilica (Siyouni) a close third as father Aiden O’Brien rounded out the placings. Yulong’s joint favourite and Phoenix Stakes (Gr 1, 6f) winner Lucky Vega (Lope De Vega) met a wall of horses in the straight and could only finish fifth. Thunder Moon is the third Group 1 winner for his sire Zoffany (Dansili). Out of the unraced Small Sacrifice (Sadler’s Wells), Thunder Moon is a half-brother to Listed winner Table Rock – Anticipation (HK) (Fastnet Rock). Zoffany stood for €22,500 (Approx. AU$36,500) at Coolmore in 2020.

 

New stakes winners

Anjaal – Rathasker Stud resident Anjaal (Bahamian Bounty) sired his first stakes winner when Aztec Parade (3 g ex Generous Gesture by Fasliyev) landed the Tetrarch Stakes (Listed, 7f) at Cork on Wednesday evening. The Johnny Murtagh-trained three-year-old was winning for the second time in five starts when he beat Free Solo (Showcasing) by a length and a quarter, who got the better of Agitare (Teofilo) by a nose. Aztec Parade is a half-brother to the Group 3-placed Gallant Eagle (Hawk Wing) and The King Geremia (Estidhkaar), who has been Listed-placed in Italy this season. They are out of dual winner Generous Gesture (Fasliyev), a half-sister to the dual Listed winner Harvest Queen (Spinning World), dam of the Group 1-placed Barley Mow (Zamindar). Anjaal stood for a fee of €5,000 (approx A$8150) in 2020.

 

Areion – Gestut Etzean resident Areion (Big Shuffle) sired his 47th individual stakes winner courtesy of a victory by Schwesterherz (3 f ex Nouvelle Noblesse by Singspiel) in Sunday’s Stadt Baden-Baden Cup (Listed, 1400m). The Henk Grewe-trained three-year-old filly posted her second victory in nine starts when beating Song Of Life (Poet’s Voice) and Marly (Siyouni).  Schwesterherz is a half-sister to Group 3 winner Noble Moon (Sea The Moon). Areion stood for a fee of €12,500 (approx A$20,300) in 2020.

 

Bahamian Bounty – The late Bahamian Bounty (Cadeaux Genereux) sired his 35th individual stakes winner when Tarboosh (7 g ex Mullein by Oasis Dream) overcame a tardy start to take out the Scarborough Stakes (Listed, 5f) at Doncaster on Wednesday. The Paul Midgely-trained seven-year-old was winning for the 12th time in 44 starts when he beat Urban Beat (Red Jazz) by a length and a quarter, with favourite Dakota Gold (Equiano) another neck away in third. Dual Group 1 winner Bahamian Bounty died at the National Stud in Newmarket earlier this year at the age of 26.

 

Bradbury’s Luck – Yarradale Stud stallion Bradbury’s Luck (Redoute’s Choice) made it ten individual stakes winners when Skate To Paris (6 m ex Paris Blu by Murphy’s Blu Boy) finally broke through for a first black-type victory in the Brisbane Handicap (Listed, 1630m) at Doomben. The Chris Munce-trained Skate To Paris has been four-times stakes-placed before – twice at two, once at three and once at four – but it has taken until early in her six-year-old season before she has gained that elusive win. Sent out as the $8.50 fourth favourite, Skate To Paris was ridden conservatively by Larry Cassidy from the outside gate of 11. However, when she was asked to quicken, she was much too good, scooting away to score by three lengths over Free Fly Too (Teofilo) with Toryjoy (Street Cry) a further half-length away in third. Purchased for $10,000 from the 2016 Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale, Skate To Paris has now earned $526,775 from 35 starts. Bradbury’s Luck transferred to Western Australia’s Yarradale Stud from Glenlogan Stud in Queensland in 2016; he stands for $3,300 (inc GST) in 2020.

 

Candy Ride – Rideforthecause (4 f Danceforthecause by Giant’s Causeway) was a shock 22-1 winner of the Canadian Stakes (Gr 2, 9f) at Woodbine on Saturday and became the 92nd individual stakes winner for her sire Candy Ride (Ride The Rails). The Gail Cox-trained four-year-old was having her first outing in Graded Stakes company and hacked up by four and a half lengths from the favourite Cambier Parc (Medaglia d’Oro) while Court Return (Court Vision) rallied from last for third. Rideforthecause is the second foal and second stakes winner for Danceforthecause (Giant’s Causeway) who is also the dam of Grade 2-placed Say The Word (More Than Ready) while the third dam is the Champion Dance Smartly (Danzig). Candy Ride stands at Lane’s End Farm where his 2020 fee was $100,000 (approx A$137,300).

 

City Zip – Umberto Rispoli’s career-long wait to sport the Godolphin silks paid off handsomely at Del Mar last week when Pixelate (3 c ex Speckled by Street Cry) took out the Del Mar Derby (Gr 2, 9f), giving the late City Zip (Carson City) his 87th individual stakes winner. The Michael Stidham-trained Pixelate, who was yet to win from his first five starts as a three-year-old, was still sent out as favourite with Rispoli the leading rider at the Del Mar meet so far. Racing handy, he was brought through with a late surge to grab Margot’s Boy (Clubhouse Ride) by a head, with longshot Dominant Soul (Dominus) a length and a quarter away in third after leading. City Zip was euthanized at Lane’s End Farm in 2017.

 

Coulsty – Suicide Squad (2 f ex Strike A Light by Dutch Art) landed her fourth win on the bounce and her first stakes success in the Premio Repubbliche Marinare (Listed, 1500m) at Rome on Sunday and became the second stakes winner from the first crop of Coulsty (Kodiac). Scoring by a length and a quarter, she got the better of Niram (Night Of Thunder) while there was a further three-quarters of a length back to Alma Hera (Dragon Pulse) in third. Coulsty stands at Rathasker Stud in Ireland where his fee in 2020 was €4,000 (approx A$6,500) and he is also responsible for Princess Margaret Stakes (Gr 3, 6f) winner Santosha.

 

Dubawi – Dubawi (Dubai Millennium) sired his 188th individual stakes winner when the hugely promising Indigo Girl (2 f ex Montare by Montjeu) took her unbeaten record two with victory in the May Hill Stakes (Gr 2, 1m) at Doncaster on Thursday. Despite showing signs of inexperience, the John Gosden-trained filly quickened nicely late on under a hands a heel ride from Frankie Dettori to win by a going away three-quarters of a length. Dubai Fountain (Teofilo) finished in second position, with favourite Zabeel Queen (Frankel) another length away in third. The ninth foal out of the Montjeu (Sadler’s Wells) mare Montare, herself the winner of the Prix Royal Oak (Gr 1, 3100m), Indigo Girl is a sister to Group 1 winner Journey. Dubawi stood at Darley’s Dalham Hall Stud in Newmarket for a fee of £250,000 (approx A$443,200) in 2020.

 

Elzaam – The Australian-bred Elzaam (Redoute’s Choice) sired his first Group 1 winner on Saturday when Champers Elysees (3 ex La Cuvee by Mark Of Esteem) claimed the Matron Stakes (Gr 1, 1m) at Leopardstown, producing an impressive turn of foot to overpower Irish 1,000 Guineas (Gr 1, 1m) winner Peaceful (Galileo). French Oaks (Gr 1, 2100m) winner Fancy Blue (Deep Impact) finished third. The race, which forms part of the Breeders’ Cup Challenge series, was a first success at the elite level for the filly and a fourth win in succession. Elzaam, bred to northern hemisphere time by Kia Ora Stud, was a winner to Listed level and runner-up in the Coventry Stakes (Gr 2, 6f) as a two-year-old after his €280,000 yearling purchase by Shadwell. Elzaam stands for €4,000 (approx A$6,500) at Ballyhane Stud and is also the sire of Group 3 winner Waitingfortheday and this year’s QEII Cup (Gr 1, 2000m) fourth Playa del Puente. 

 

Epaulette – Darley’s Epaulette (Commands) sired his 15th individual stakes winner and his first in France when Amica Nostra (3 f ex Qenaa by Royal Applause) took out the La Coupe de Marseille (Listed, 2000m) on Friday. Having just her fourth start, the Jerome Reynier-trained three-year-old was winning for the second time when beating Port Etienne (Olympic Glory) and Wally (Siyouni) by a length and a short head. Amica Nostra is a half-sister to a Listed winner in Italy. Epaulette stands for a fee of $22,000 at Kelvinside in 2020. 

 

Fastnet Rock – Coming on from her fourth-placed debut nine days earlier, the Aidan O’Brien-trained Monday (2 f ex Ballydoyle by Galileo) scored stakes success on her second start in the Ingabelle Stakes (Listed, 7f) at Leopardstown to become the 159th individual stakes winner for her sire Fastnet Rock (Danehill). The blueblood is out of Group 1 winner Ballydoyle (Galileo) but was sent off at 12-1 with stablemate More Beautiful (War Front), a half-sister to Saxon Warrior (Deep Impact), the favourite. Monday bounced well from the stalls under Seamie Heffernan and made all before asserting in the final furlong to beat No Speak Alexander (Shalaa) by three quarters of a length, while A Taad Moody (Awtaad) was a further length and a half third. The favourite returned fifth of the eleven runners. Multiple Champion Sire Fastnet Rock will stand at Coolmore’s Jerrys Plains this year for $165,000.

 

Foxwedge – Woodside Park resident Foxwedge (Fastnet Rock) sired his 20th individual stakes winner when Foxtrot Lady (5 m ex Strictly Dancing by Danehill Dancer) finished well up the stands’ side rail under Frankie Dettori to land the Sceptre Stakes (Gr 3, 7f) at Doncaster on Wednesday. The Andrew Balding-trained five-year-old was winning for the fifth time in 28 starts when she defeated favourite Althiqa (Dark Angel) by a length and a quarter, with the winner’s stablemate Bounce The Blues (Excelebration) running on well to be just another head away in third. Foxtrot Lady is the third foal out of Strictly Dancing (Danehill Dancer), who herself is a half-sister to the dam of the French Group 2 winner Norse King (Norse Dancer).  Foxwedge stands at Woodside Park Stud in Victoria for a fee of $11,000 (inc GST) in 2020. 

 

Frankel – Juddmonte’s Frankel (Galileo) sired his 58th individual stakes winner when British raider Queen Daenerys (3 f ex Song To Remember by Storm Cat) took out the Prix Joubert (Listed, 2800m) at Longchamp on Thursday. The Roger Varian-trained three-year-old, who has been highly tried recently, was winning for the second time in seven starts when she beat Vadalda (Nathaniel) by a length and a quarter, with OTI Racing’s Auyantepui (Night Of Thunder) another four and a half lengths adrift in third. US $500,000 purchase at Keeneland in 2018, the Coolmore-bred Queen Daenerys is a half-sister to the Group 1 winner Magnificent Song (Unbridled’s Song). Frankel stood at Banstead Manor Stud in Newmarket for a fee of £175,000 (approx A$308,600) in 2020.

 

Galileo – Tiger Moth (Galileo), one of Aidan O’Brien’s many runners in action over the weekend to hold an entry for both the big cups at the Spring Carnival, ran out an easy winner of the Paddy Power Stakes (Gr 3, 1m 4f) at Leopardstown. Having just his fourth start, the Irish Derby (Gr 1, 1m 4f) second provided Galileo (Sadler’s Wells) with his 327th individual stakes winner – a figure that was at 329 by weekend’s end – when beating Silence Please (Gleneagles) and Up Helly Aa (Galileo). The Joseph O’Brien-trained pair of Buckhurst (Australia) and Patrick Sarsfield (Australia), who also have carnival entries, both finished unplaced. Galileo stood for a private fee at Coolmore in 2020.  

 

Kingman – Juddmonte’s Kingman (Invincible Spirit) sired his 24th individual stakes winner when Queen Of Love (3 f ex Extricate by Exceed And Excel) took her unbeaten record to two with victory in Friday’s Prix Coronation (Listed, 1600m) at Saint-Cloud. The Andre Fabre-trained filly was following up May’s Deauville debut success when beating favourite Speak Of The Devil (Wootton Bassett) by a length and three-quarters. Bionic Woman (Lope De Vega) was the same distance away in third. A €650,000 breeze-up purchase at Arqana in May of last year, Queen Of Love is a half-sister to the German Listed winner Dark Liberty (Dark Angel). Kingman stood for a fee of £150,000 (approx A$263,500) in 2020. 

 

Lope de Vega – Ballylinch Stud’s Lope de Vega (Shamardal) sired his 74th stakes winner and a 28th juvenile stakes winner as Cadillac (2 c ex Seas Of Wells by Dansili) won by a going-away three and a half lengths in the Champions Juvenile Stakes (Gr 2, 1m) at Leopardstown on Saturday. Cadillac, runner-up in the Futurity Stakes (Gr 2, 7f) on his last start, defeated Van Gogh (American Pharoah), with Reve De Vol (Siyouni) in third. A €40,000 purchase from the Goffs Orby Sale in 2019, Cadillac is closely related to two-year-old Group 1 winner Damson (Entrepreneur). Lope de Vega stood for €100,000 (approx A$162,500) in 2020. 

 

New Bay – Ballylinch Stud resident New Bay (Dubawi) sired his first stakes winner when New Mandate (2 g ex Mishhar by Authorized) fought bravely in the closing stages of Friday’s Flying Scotsman Stakes (Listed, 7f) at Doncaster to just deny Laneqash (Cable Bay). The Ralph Beckett-trained juvenile squeezed through a gap on the far rail under Frankie Dettori to edge it by a head, while the Godolphin runner One Ruler (Dubawi) kept on to finish two and a half lengths back in third having not had the clearest of passages. A €35,000 purchase at Arqana last year, New Mandate is the third foal out of Mishhar (Authorized), who herself is a half-sister to Puggy (Mark Of Esteem), the dam of dual French Classic winner Avenir Certain (Le Havre). French Derby (Gr 1, 2100m) winner New Bay stood for a fee of €15,000 in 2020.

 

Outwork – Wesley Ward juvenile Outadore (2 c ex Adore You by Tactical Cat) remained unbeaten at Kentucky Downs on Saturday and became the second individual stakes winner for his sire Outwork (Uncle Mo) when beating stablemate Fauci (Malibu Moon) in the Juvenile Turf Sprint Stakes (Listed, 6.5f). The winner of a maiden special weight (5.5f) at Saratoga at the end of July, Outadore was sent off as favourite and duly obliged by a length and three-quarters, while there was a further three and a quarter lengths back to Cowan (Kantharos) in third. Ward will keep the pair apart on their next start, sending one to the Pilgrim Stakes (Gr 2, 8.5f) at Belmont Park and the other to the Bourbon Stakes (Gr 2, 8.5f) at Keeneland at the start of October before aiming for the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf (Gr 1, 8f). Outwork stands at WinStar Farm where his 2020 fee was $15,000 (approx A$20,600).

 

Samum – Runner-up in the Prix der Diana (Gr 1, 2200m) at her previous start, Zamrud (3 f ex Zambuka by Zieten) kicked clear of the field in the T von Zastrow Stutenpreis (Gr 2, 2400m) to claim a first stakes win at Baden Baden on Saturday. The Sarah Steinburg-trained filly gave her sire, the late Samum (Monsun), a 14th individual stakes winner when defeating Prix der Diana third-place getter Virginia Joy (Soldier Hollow), with British raider Rose Of Kildare (Make Believe) in third. Zamrud, a homebred for Gestut Hachtsee, is out of Zambuka (Zieten) a half-sister to Japanese Group 1 winner Fabulous La Fouine (Fabulous Dancer). 

 

Savabeel – Aquis Farm continued their excellent record from this season’s three-year-old crop with yet another impressive victory for the unbeaten Mo’unga (3 c ex Chandelier by O’Reilly), who raced away with the Dulcify Quality (Listed, 1500m) at Rosehill on Saturday. In doing so he provided his sire Savabeel (Zabeel) with a 101st individual stakes winner. The Chris Waller-trained Mo’unga, who backed up a debut win at the Gold Coast with victory at Newcastle last time out, defeated stablemate and fellow Aquis three-year-old Global Quest (More Than Ready) by one and a half lengths, with the Coolmore-owned Jet Propulsion (Rubick), a half-brother to Pierata (Pierro), in third. A NZ$325,000 purchase by Aquis Farm out of the Waikato draft at Karaka’s 2019 National Yearling Sale, Mo’unga is out of the stakes-placed Chandelier (O’Reilly), a sister to Group 2 winner Irlanda. Savabeel heads the Waikato Stud roster for a fee of NZ$100,000 plus GST. 

 

Sea The Moon – Lanwades Stud resident Sea The Moon (Sea The Stars) sired his eleventh individual stakes winner when Alignak (4 c ex Albanova by Alzao) made the most of the drop in both grade and distance to land the Stand Cup Stakes (Listed, 1m 4 1/2f) at Chester on Saturday. Third in a Group 3 contest at Newbury on his most recent start, the Sir Michael Stoute-trained four-year-old registered his third win in eight starts when seeing off the challenge of the running on Morando (Kendargent) by a length. Hereby (Pivotal) was a further four and a half lengths adrift in third. Alignak, who is closely related to the Listed winner All At Sea (Sea The Stars), is a half-brother to five winners out of the multiple Group 1 winning mare Albanova (Alzao). Sea The Moon stood for a fee of £15,000 (approx A$26,500) in 2020.

 

Smart Missile – Crosshaven (3 g ex Irish Colleen by Shinko King) is building quite the impressive record as he scored a first stakes victory, and a third win from four starts, by landing the Exford Plate (Listed, 1400m) at Flemington on Saturday, providing his sire Smart Missile (Fastnet Rock) with a 19th individual stakes winner. Crosshaven defeated Bartley (Written Tycoon) by one and a half lengths, with Cherry Tortoni (Night Of Thunder) a further three-quarters of a length back in third. Crosshaven is out of Group 2 winner Irish Colleen (Shinko King) and is a half-brother to New Zealand Group 3 scorer Killarney (O’Reilly). Smart Missile stands at Twin Hills Stud for $22,000 in 2020. 

 

Soldier Hollow – Nine two-year-olds went to post in the Preis Zukunftsrennen (Gr 3, 1400m) at Baden-Baden on Saturday with Reine D’amour (2 c ex Reine Heureuse, by Big Shuffle) coming out on top to remain unbeaten on his second start, becoming the 46th individual stakes winner for his sire Soldier Hollow (In The Wings). Tracking the pace into the turn, he hit the front in the straight and saw off the late burst of Juanito (Zoffany) to win by a nose, while Shila (Lord Of England) was three-quarters of a length back in third. Soldier Hollow stands at Gestut Auenquelle in Germany where his 2020 fee was 30,000 (approx A$48,800).

 

Siyouni – Haras de Bonneval resident Siyouni (Pivotal) sired his 37th individual stakes winner when Policy Of Truth (2 c ex Dawn To Dance by Selkirk) made it two wins from three starts in Thursday’s Prix des Chenes (Gr 3, 1600m) at Longchamp. Trained in partnership by Pia Brandt and her husband Joakim, Policy Of Truth was following up his win at Deauville last time out when running out a three-length winner over Mouillage (Toronado). My Kurkum (Dariyan) was another two and a half lengths away in third. Policy Of Truth is the third foal out of the Selkirk (Sharpen Up) mare Dawn To Dance, who herself is a half-sister to Group 1 winner Namid (Indian Ridge). Siyouni stood for a fee of €100,000 (approx A$162,800) in 2020.  

 

Tavistock – Eight-year-old Travimyfriend (8 g ex Pineau by Carnegie) scaled new heights as he claimed a first stakes success on what was his 50th career start for trainer Rachael Frost when taking The Sofitel (Listed, 1400m) at Flemington. Travimyfriend, a Group 1 placegetter in his former life in New Zealand, defeated favourite Windstorm (Redoute’s Choice) by three-quarters of a length with Morvada (Mossman) in third to deliver a 21st individual stakes winner for his sire Tavistock (Montjeu). Tavistock died at Cambridge Stud last year.