Stallion Watch

Four for Churchill

New winners

Churchill (pictured above) – Thesecondatportsea (2 f ex Bombay by Encosta De Lago) provided Coolmore stallion Churchill (Galileo) with his fourth individual southern hemisphere winner from 15 runners when breaking her maiden at Geelong. Ridden by Daniel Moor, the Danny O’Brien-trained filly finished strongly to come home a half-length victor at the line over Credible Analyses (Highland Reel) with a further three-quarters of a length back to Michelotti (Sebring in third. A $110,000 Magic Millions purchase for her trainer from the Coolmore draft, Thesecondatportsea is the seventh winner from seven foals to race from the Encosta De Lago (Fairy King) mare Bombay, whose own dam Sarasota (Danehill) is a full sister to champion sire Fastnet Rock. Churchill will again shuttle to Coolmore Australia for the upcoming breeding season for a fee of $22,000 (inc GST).

 

Harry Angel – Darley’s Harry Angel (Dark Angel) sired his fourth winner from 28 individual starters when Marshman (2 c ex White Rosa by Galileo) made a successful debut over six furlongs. Trained by Karl Burke, the colt beat the more experienced Ludo’s Landing (Kodiac) by a length and three-quarters. Iato’s Angel (Footstepsinthesand) finished two lengths behind the winner in third. A £38,000 breeze up buy for the trainer and Nick Bradley Racing, Marshman is the second foal out of the winning Galileo (Sadler’s Wells) mare White Rosa. Harry Angel will stand at Kelvinside for a fee of $16,500 (inc GST) this upcoming breeding season.

 

Jukebox – The Chris Wood-trained Alfriston (2 g ex Usena by Sebring) broke his maiden at the third time of asking at Cambridge when he took out a 1300-metre maiden and in the process provided Aquis Farm stallion Jukebox (Snitzel) with a fourth individual winner and first winner in New Zealand. Ridden by Jasmine Fawcett, the two-year-old gelding dug deep to beat Abandon (Turn Me Loose) by a head with the same distance further back to Lycomedes (Nicconi) in third. A $25,000 purchase by his trainer out of Berkeley Park Stud at last year’s Magic Millions Gold Coast National Yearling Sale, Alfriston is the only foal to race out of the winning Sebring (More Than Ready) mare Usena, who produced an unnamed filly by Unite And Conquer (Hinchinbrook) last year. Jukebox (Snitzel) sired his fifth winner when the Justin Bowen-trained Play My Song (2 f ex Anastasia Winni by Strada) got the better of favourite Secret Revolution (Russian Revolution) to win a 1000-metre two-year-old handicap at Muswellbrook. Ridden by Mikayla Weir, the filly went on to score by a dominant one and a half lengths with a further one and a quarter lengths back to Ollie’s Secret (Adelaide) in third. Consigned by Riversdale to the 2021 Inglis HTBA May Yearling Sale, Play My Song left the ring unsold when failing to meet her $20,000 reserve. She is the first foal of the two-time winning Strada (Danehill) mare Anastasia Winni, whose dam Miriwinni (Star Way) is a half-sister to Hollindale Cup (Gr 2, 1800m) winner and QTC Derby (Gr 1, 2400m) runner-up Melora (Sir Tristram) and Carlyon Cup (Gr 2, 1600m) winner Piper Star (Kaapstad). Jukebox stands the upcoming breeding season for a fee of $6,600 (inc GST).

 

Mendelssohn – Coolmore’s Mendelssohn (Scat Daddy) sired his first winner when his daughter Shaqra’a Sultan (2 f ex Juno by Setembro Chove) won on debut by nearly two lengths against colts at King Khalid Racecourse in Taif, Saudi Arabia. The chestnut filly is a homebred by Prince Sultan Bin Mishall Bin Abdulaziz, who acquired her multiple Brazilian Group 1-winning dam Juno (Setembro Chove) after the mare sold for US$270,000 at the 2019 Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale. Mendelssohn, who stood one season at Coolmore’s Australian base, stood the 2022 northern hemisphere breeding season at Ashford Stud in Kentucky for a fee of US$35,000 (approx. AU$51,520).

 

Sioux Nation – The Sioux Nation (Scat Daddy) winners bandwagon rolled on as he tally moved to 17. All Things Nice (2 f ex Similu by Danehill Dancer) became the 15th individual winner for when she got off the mark at the second time of asking by landing a fillies’ maiden over a mile at Bellewstown yesterday. The Joseph O’Brien-trained juvenile built on her debut second to beat Semantics (Broken Vow) by a head with Starry Heavens (Mastercraftsman) filling third spot, another three and a quarter lengths behind. A €55,000 buy from the Goffs Orby Sale as a yearling, All Things Nice is the fourth foal out of Similu (Danehill Dancer) who herself is a granddaughter of Irish 1,000 Guineas (Gr 1, 1m) winner Trusted Partner (Affirmed). Lakota Seven (2 c ex All Time High by High Chaparral) provided another winner for Coolmore’s first-season sire when he also scoring in a Bellewstown maiden. Also trained by O’Brien, the colt staying on well to beat Roman Hands (Holy Roman Emperor) by two and a half lengths. Thunderbear (Kodi Bear) was a further half a length back in third. A €125,000 purchase as a yearling for owners Magnolia Racing, Lakota Seven is the first foal out of the unraced High Chaparral (Sadler’s Wells) mare All Time High, herself a half-sister to Group-placed winner Divine Night (Danehill). Lakota Blue (2 c ex Thiel by Teofilo) provided the sire with his 17th individual winner when he scored at Carlisle, beating Hougoumont (Rajasinghe) by a neck with a further three lengths back to Monty Man (Kessaar) in third. Purchased for 42,000gns, Lakota Blue is the second foal out of the unraced Teofilo (Galileo) mare Thiel, herself out of Listed winner and English 1,000 Guineas (Gr 1, 1m) third Vista Bella (Diktat). Sioux Nation, who shuttled to Swettenham Stud for one season, now resides full-time at Castlehyde Stud for a 2022 fee of €10,000 (approx. AU$15,280).

 

Zululand – Lieutenant Lewis (2 g ex Vivacious by West Quest) provided Grenville Stud stallion Zululand (Fastnet Rock) with his first winner when landing a maiden plate over 1150 metres on the synthetic surface at Devonport. Ridden by Codi Jordan on debut, the Barry Campbell-trained gelding was a brave head winner over fellow Zululand offspring Muscle Up with a further quarter-length back to Starnote (Zoustar) in third. Out of the winning West Quest (Gone West) mare Vivacious, Lieutenant Lewis is a half-brother to winners Breathtaking (Squamosa), Dubbo (Bianconi), Endured (Toorak Toff) and Vetlanda (Lionhearted). Zululand will stand the upcoming breeding season for a fee of $5,500 (inc GST).

 

New Group / Grade 1 winners

Camelot

A victory for Sammarco (3 c ex Saloon Sold by Soldier Hollow) in the Deutsches Derby (Gr 1, 2400m) at Hamburg provided Coolmore’s Camelot (Montjeu) with his tenth individual elite-level winner. The Peter Schiergen-trained colt came out on top in a tight finish which saw the first three home split by two short heads as Schwarzer Peter (Neatico) filled second spot with the favourite So Moonstruck (Sea The Moon) in third. A €120,000 buy as a yearling, Sammarco is the first foal out of the winning mare Saloon Sold (Hollow Soldier). Camelot stood the 2022 northern hemisphere breeding season for a fee of €75,000 (approx. AU$114,610).    

 

Gimmethegreenlight – She’s A Keeper (5 m ex Gold Trip by Trippi) provided Gimmethegreenlight (More Than Ready) with a fourth individual elite-level winner when she came home a comfortable winner of the Garden Province Stakes (Gr 1, 1600m) at Greyville. The Gareth Van Zyl-trained five-year-old mare beat Marina (Silvano) by two lengths with a further head back to Silver Darling (Silvano) in third. Bred and raced by the Missing U Syndicate, She’s A Keeper is out of the unraced Trippi (End Sweep) mare Gold Trip and is a half-sister to winners Sunny (What A Winter) and Vengeance Forever (Futura). Gimmethegreenlight will stand the upcoming breeding season at Varsfontein Stud for R75,000 (approx. AU$6,670).

 

Silvano – Sparkling Water (4 m ex Espumanti by Dansili) was the queen of Greyville when she downed her male rivals to emerge victorious in the Durban July (Gr 1, 2200m). The Mike de Kock-trained four-year-old produced a stunning performance to win by three lengths ahead of the Justin Snaith-trained Jet Dark (Trippi). The winner’s stablemate Safe Passage (Silvano) finished a neck further back in third. Sparkling Water earned her sixth career win, and third at stakes level, having avenged defeat to Astrix (Vercingetorix) in the Champions Challenge Stakes (Gr 1, 2000m) at her last start in April. Sparkling Water became the 28th individual elite-level winner for her late sire Silvano (Lomitas). 

 

New stakes winners

Blackfriars- Black Fantasy (3 g ex Dreamalong by Southern Image) provided his sire Blackfriars (Danehill) with a 47th individual stakes when winning the Aquanita Stakes (Listed, 2000m) at Belmont. Ridden by Lucy Warwick for trainers Ben and Daniel Pearce, the three-year-old gelding was sent off the odds-on favourite after third placings in the WATC Derby (Gr 2, 2400m), Raconteur Stakes (Listed, 1400m) and Belmont Guineas (Listed, 1600m) on his last three starts. Battling all the way to the line, Black Fantasy was made to work hard to beat Outspoken Lad (Awesome Rock) by a head, with the pair pulling one and a half lengths clear of Kentucky Blue (Snippetson) in third. Out of the winning Southern Image (Halo’s Image) mare Dreamalong, Black Fantasy is a brother to two-time winner Frequent Friar.

Dandy Man – Rocket Rodney (2 g ex Alushta by Royal Applause) went one better than his Windsor Castle Stakes (Listed, 5f) second at Royal Ascot last month when running out an easy winner of the Dragon Stakes (Listed, 5f) at Sandown. Trained by George Scott, the gelding beat Cuban Mistress (Havana Grey) by two and a half lengths with a further one and a quarter lengths back to Eddie’s Boy (Havana Grey) in third. A half-brother to winner Country Charm (Charming Thought), Rocket Rodney is the sixth living foal out of the unplaced Royal Applause (Waajib) mare Alushta, herself a sister to Group 2 winner Mister Cosmi and Listed winner Auditorium. The win provided Dandy Man (Mozart) with a 23rd individual stakes winner. He stood the 2022 northern hemisphere breeding season at Ballyhane Stud for €15,000 (approx. AU$23,050).

 

Exceed And Excel – Danelo (4 c ex Daksha by Authorized) provided Darley stallion Exceed And Excel (Danehill) with a 197th individual stakes winner when scoring in the Grosser Preis Von Lotto Hamburg (Gr 3, 1200m). Trained by Andreas Wohler, the four-year-old came home a comfortable two-length winner over King Gold (Anodin) with a further three lengths back to Best Flying (Pedro The Great) in third. The third foal out of the Group 3-winning Authorized (Montjeu) mare Daksha, Danelo is a half-brother to winner Vachement (Dubawi). Exceed And Excel will stand the upcoming breeding season at Kelvinside Stud for a fee of $132,000 (inc GST).

 

Golden Horn – An easy win for Diamantis (4 c ex Diamantgottin by Fantastic Light) in the Langer Hamburger (Listed, 3200m) at Hamburg provided Darley’s Golden Horn (Cape Cross) with his tenth individual stakes winner. Trained by Andreas Suborics, the highly tried four-year-old beat Lubiane (Authorised) by three and a quarter lengths with Normfliegerin (Adlerflug) another length away in third. The winner is a half-brother to the 2019 German Oaks (Gr 1, 2200m) winner Diamanta (Maxios) as well as the Listed-placed Diamant (Zamindar). Golden Horn stood the 2022 northern hemisphere breeding season for a fee of £10,000 (Approx. AU$17,620).

 

Kermadec – The widest barrier draw proved no problem for Tuvalu (4 g ex Hangin’ Tough by Exceed And Excel) as she ran out a comfortable winner of the VRC-CRV Winter Championship (Listed, 1600m) at Flemington. Jumping well from barrier 15, the Lindsey Smith-trained four-year-old gelding controlled the tempo under Jarrod Fry and made all as the $2.20 favourite to beat Sir Davy (Street Boss) by two lengths. Mystery Shot (Shooting To Win) was a further one and a quarter lengths back in third. The win provided Darley stallion Kermadec (Teofilo) with a fourth individual stakes. Tuvalu is the first foal to race out of the Exceed And Excel (Danehill) mare Hangin’ Tough whose stakes-placed dam Ancelin (Sadler’s Wells) is a half-sister to Darley Stud’s blue hen Accessories (Singspiel), the dam of Epaulette (Commands), Helmet (Exceed And Excel), Bullbars (Elusive Quality) and Pearls (Exceed And Excel). Kermadec will stand the upcoming breeding season at Northwood Park for $16,500 (inc GST).


Kodiac – By All Means (3 f ex Majenta by Marju) provided Tally Ho Stud’s Kodiac (Danehill) with an 80th individual stakes winner when coming home a comfortable winner of the Prix de Bagatelle (Listed, 1600m) at Chantilly. The Simon Planque-trained three-year-old filly backed up her ready conditions race win on June 10, beating Situveux (Siyouni) by two lengths with a further neck back to Wootton Diva (Wootton Bassett) in third. The third foal out of the Listed-placed winning Marju (Last Tycoon) mare Majenta, By All Means is a half-sister to winner Pretty Sweet (Iffraaj). Kodiac stood the 2022 northern hemisphere breeding season for a fee of €65,000 (approx. AU$99,330).

 

Lope De Vega – Grande Dame (3 f ex Minwah by Oasis Dream) provided her sire Lope De Vega (Shamardal) with a 96th individual stakes winner when scoring an easy success in the Distaff Stakes (Listed, 1m) at Sandown. The three-year-old filly eased clear of her rivals in the closing stages to beat Oscula (Galileo Gold) by three and a quarter lengths. The odds-on favourite, and previously unbeaten, Heredia (Dark Angel) finished a disappointing third beaten four and a quarter lengths by the winner. A half-sister to useful winner Blyton (Kodiac),  Grande Dame is the fourth foal out of the unraced Oasis Dream (Green Desert) mare Minwah, herself closely related to Listed winners Arctic Gyr (Invincible Spirit) and Festivale (Invincible Spirit). Lope De Vega stood the 2022 northern hemisphere breeding season at Ballylinch Stud for a fee of €125,000 (approx. AU$191,000).

 

Mastercraftsman – The ultra-progressive Coltrane (5 g ex Promise Me by Montjeu) produced another career-best performance when streaking clear of his rivals in Sandown’s Esher Stakes (Listed, 2m). Providing the late Coolmore sire Mastercraftsman (Danehill Dancer) with a 90th individual stakes winner, the five-year-old gelding powered away from Rodrigo Diaz (Golden Horn) to win by an eased down ten lengths. Royal Ascot third Calling The Wind (Authorized) filled the same position again a further three-quarters of a length behind. Coltrane is the first foal out of the unraced Montjeu (Sadler’s Wells) mare Promise Me, herself a sister to winner Tigris River, closely related to winner The Fist Of God (Sadler’s Wells) and half-sister to winner Shevchenko (Rock Of Gibraltar) out of Irish 1,000 Guineas (Gr 1, 1m) winner Hula Angel (Woodman).

Oxbow – The Katerina Vassilieva-trained Rondure (3 c ex Carat Weight by Trajectory) came home an easy winner of the Marine Stakes (Gr 3, 8.5f) at Woodbine, providing Calumet Farm stallion Oxbow (Awesome Again) with his 11th individual stakes winner. The Borders Racing Stable-bred and owned three-year-old colt ran riot to come home five and a half lengths clear of Duke Of Love (Cupid) with a neck further back to favourite Ironstone (Mr Speaker) in third. Rondure is the second foal out of the winning Trajectory (Gone West) mare Carat Weight, herself a half-sister to Canadian stakes winner Bear’s Gem (Peaks And Valleys) out of a winning half-sister to Canadian Grade 2 winner Van Lear Rose (Stroll). Oxbow stood the 2022 northern hemisphere breeding season for a fee of $7,500 (approx. AU$11,000).

 

Red Spada – T M Spada (3 f ex Toshi The Cozzene by Admire Cozzene) provided Red Spada (Taiki Shuttle) with a first stakes winner when landing the CBC Sho (Gr 3, 6f) at Kokura. Trained by Tadao Igarashi, the three-year-old filly came home an easy three and a half length winner over Grade 2 winner Taisei Vision (Turtle Bowl) with a further half a length back to favourite Anegohada (Kizuna) in third. Out of the winning Admire Cozzene (Cozzene) mare Toshi The Cozzene, T M Spada is a sister to winner Naglering and a half-sister to winner T M Great (Lord Ultima). 

 

Ribchester – Darley stallion Ribchester (Iffraaj) sired his fourth individual stakes winner when Facteur Cheval (3 g ex Jawlaat by Shamardal) ran out a comfortable winner of the Prix de Saint-Patrick (Listed, 1600m) at Chantilly. Trained by Jerome Reynier, the three-year-old gelding was sent off the odds-on favourite for the 1600-metre contest and came home a two-length winner over Group 3 scorer Dreamflight (Frankel) with a further head back to Mirsky (Siyouni) in third. Facteur Cheval is the third foal out of the unraced Shamardal (Giant’s Causeway) mare Jawlaat, herself a half-sister to Group 3 winner Tantheem (Teofilo) out of the Listed-placed winner Riqa (Dubawi). Former shuttler Ribchester stood the 2022 northern hemisphere breeding season at Kildangan Stud for €12,500 (approx. AU$19,100).

 

Shalaa – Night Endeavor (3 c ex Night Serenade by Golan) provided Shalaa (Invincible Spirit) with an eighth individual stakes winner when scoring in the Derby du Languedoc (Listed, 2400m) at Chantilly. The Jerome Reynier-trained colt came home a comfortable three-length winner, beating Lovely Diamond (Wings Of Eagles) with a further head back to Long Ridge Road (Ribchester) in third. Bred and raced by Waltraut Spanner, Night Endeavor, is a half-brother to winner Night Edition (Authorized) and the fourth foal out of the Listed-winning Golan (Spectrum) mare Night Serenade, herself a half-sister to Italian Oaks (Gr 2, 2200m) winner Night Of Magic (Peintre Celebre). Quang Tri (2 f ex Saigon Tea by Thorn Park) became Shalaa’s ninth stakes winner when scoring in the Taj Rossi Series Final (Listed, 1600m) at Flemington. Ridden by Billy Egan, the Patrick Payne-trained filly was sent off the $5.50 favourite after a last-start win in the $125,000 Vobis Gold Elvstroem Classic (1300m) at Swan Hill and came home a length clear of Kings Consort (Ilovethiscity), with Magnaspin (Magnus) just a head further behind in third. Quang Tri was a $90,000 purchase at last year’s Inglis Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale for Prime Thoroughbreds and is a half-sister to metro winner Saigon (I Am Invincible) being the second winning foal out of the stakes-winning Thorn Park (Spinning World) mare Saigon Tea, who died last year. Shalaa will stand the upcoming breeding season at Arrowfield for $33,000 (inc GST).

 

Showcasing – Whitsbury Manor’s Showcasing (Oasis Dream) sired his 60th individual stakes winner when his son Wodao (2 c ex Dadao by Intello) came out on top in a tight finish to the Tipperary Stakes (Listed, 5f). The Donnacha O’Brien-trained juvenile, who was winning for the second time in six starts, just held on to defeat Ardad’s Great (Ardad) by a nose with favourite The Antarctic (Dark Angel) another short head away in third. A €260,000 purchase from the Goffs Orby Sale as a yearling, Wodao is the first foal out of the unraced Intello (Galileo) mare Dadao, who herself is closely related to the Listed winner Galactic Star (Galileo). Showcasing stood for a fee of £45,000 (approx. AU$79,295) during the 2022 northern hemisphere breeding season. 

 

So You Think – Majestic Colour (3 g ex Vivid Diamonte by Fastnet Rock) became the 43rd individual stakes winner for Coolmore stallion So You Think (High Chaparral) when he scored a comfortable success in the Winx Guineas (Gr 3, 1600m) at the Sunshine Coast. The Kelly Schweida-trained three-year-old stayed on strongly to beat Tarex (Tarzino) by two lengths. Rayjen (So You Think) was a further length away in third. A homebred for Ron and Judy Wanless, Majestic Colour is the only foal to race out of the unplaced Fastnet Rock (Danehill) mare Vivid Diamonte. The mare was purchased by Brian Dowling for $17,000 at an Inglis online sale last year. Vivid Diamonte is out of the Group 2-winning Redding (Nassipour) mare Flushed and is a half-sister to multiple winners, including the Listed-placed winner Bold Moment (Fasliyev), four-time winners Studley Park (Zabeel) and Embarrassed (Exceed And Excel). The mare produced a colt by Coolmore shuttler Churchill (Galileo) last year. Coolmore’s So You Think will stand for a fee of $93,500 (inc GST) this season. 

 

Tapit – Charge It (3 c ex I’ll Take Charge by Indian Charlie) provided Gainesway Stud stallion Tapit (Pulpit) with his 154th individual stakes winner when he came home an easy winner of the Dwyer Stakes (Gr 3, 8f) at Belmont Park. Trained by Todd Pletcher, the the three-year-old colt was sent off the odds-on favourite and justified the market strength with a runaway 23-length success over Runninsonofagun (Gun Runner), with a further two and a quarter lengths back to Fluid Situation (Warrior’s Reward) in third. Charge It is the second foal out of the winning Indian Charlie (In Excess) mare I’ll Take Charge, a half-sister to US Champion Three-Year-Old Will Take Charge (Unbridled’s Song) and Grade 1 winner Take Charge Indy (A.P. Indy) and to the dam of Grade 1 winners Omaha Beach (War Front) and Take Charge Brandi (Giant’s Causeway). Tapit stood the 2022 northern hemisphere breeding season for a fee of US$185,000 (approx. AU$271,460).

 

Tavistock – Le Gai Soleil (5 m ex Night Danza by Danzero) took full advantage of being handed a late start in the Glasshouse Handicap (Listed, 1400m) as the first emergency emerged victorious at the Sunshine Coast. The John O’Shea-trained mare won by a long neck over Dzsenifer (Scissor Kick), with Charleise (Foxwedge) two lengths further back in third. Le Gai Soleil is the fourth of eight foals out of Night Danza, making her a half-sister to multiple Group 1 winner Danzdanzdanz (Mastercraftsman). Former Cambridge Stud stallion Tavistock died in 2019. 

 

Teofilo – The Paddy Twomey-trained Beamish (4 c ex Bearlita by Lomitas) maintained his unbeaten record when winning the Lenebane Stakes (Listed, 1m 4f). Twomey saddled the four-year-old colt to beat Yaxeni (Maxios) by half a length. The pair pulled five lengths clear of the third-placed Jason The Militant (Sans Frontieres). Purchased for 21,000gns as a yearling, Beamish is the ninth foal out of the unraced Lomitas (Niniski) mare Bearlita and is a half-brother to five winners, including Group 3 winner Bourree (Siyouni) and winners Blues Wave (Gentlewave) and Brighton Pier (Farhh). The success provided Darley stallion Teofilo (Galileo) with a 107th individual stakes winner. Teofilo stood the 2022 northern hemisphere breeding season at Kildangan Stud for a fee of €30,000 (approx. AU$45,800). 

 

Uncle Mo – Super Hoity Toity (3 f ex Town Tour by Speightstown) provided Uncle Mo (Indian Charlie) with his 80th individual stakes winner when she ran out a determined winner of the Selene Stakes (Gr 3, 8.5f) at Woodbine. The Mark Casse-trained three-year-old beat favourite Catiche (Arrogate) by three-quarters of a length with a further one and three-quarter lengths back to Mrs. Barbara (Bodemeister) in third. A $550,000 purchase by Live Oak Plantation as a two-year-old, Super Hoity Toity is a half-sister to Sweet Adeline (Hard Spun) and is the second foal out of winning Speightstown (Gone West) mare Town Tour, herself a half-sister to Grade 1 winner Moonshine Memories (Malibu Moon). Uncle Mo stood the 2022 northern hemisphere breeding season at Ashford Stud in Kentucky for US$160,000 (approx. AU$234,780).

 

Vercingetorix – The Paul Peter-trained Val D’Orcia (3 g ex Tuscan Lass by Spectrum) provided Vercingetorix (Silvano) with a 21st individual stakes winner when he won the Post Merchants (Gr 2, 1200m) at Greyville. The three-year-old gelding beat Good Traveller (Visionaire) and Sheela (The United States). Val D’Orcia is the only foal to race out of the Listed-winning Spectrum (Rainbow Quest) mare Tuscan Lass. Vercingetorix stands at Maine Chance Farm in South Africa.

 

Also last week
Sire Stakes winner no. Horse Race Country Date
Dubawi 234 Well Disposed (3 f ex Wellenspiel by Sternkoenig) Mehl Mulhens-Trophy (Gr 3, 2200m)  Germany  July 3

Futera Ten Xavion (3 g ex Sharp Mistress by Tamburlaine) Compendium Insurance Brokers Handicap (Listed, 1600m)  South Africa  July 2

Pomodoro Eight Black Thorn (4 g ex Ebony Rose by Dynasty) Gold Vase (Gr 3, 3000m) South Africa July 2

Soldier Hollow 57 Arina (3 f ex Alisar by Oasis Dream) Holstein Cup (Gr 3, 1600m) Germany July 3