Horses in Training

Our Horses In Training

(Dutch Art (GB) x Kenzadargent (FR))
in Training with Hugo Palmer Manor House Racing

This half-brother to Group 3-placed Taipan is by top-class two-year-old and sprinter Dutch Art out of the dual Listed winner and Group 2-placed mare Kenzadargent. The dam, by top French sire Kendargent, hails from the family of Group 1 performers Allybar, Atticus, Dubai Surprise, Flamboyant and Moohaajim.
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(Sea The Stars (IRE) x Wall of Sound (GB))
in Training with Busuttin Racing, Australia

A son of legendary world champion Sea The Stars, he is a half-brother to Prestige Stakes winner Boomer and the useful Flighty Almighty. The siblings are out of Warwickshire Oaks runner-up Wall Of Sound, a half-sister to Group 3 winner and Group 1-placed The Cheka from the top Juddmonte family of Elmaamul, Reams Of Verse and Zafonic.
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(Starspangledbanner (AUS) x Wowcha (IRE))
in Training with John Quinn Racing

A Starspangledbanner half-sister to Wolverhampton winner Illuminated out of Wowcha, a winning Zoffany half-sister to Prix Morny and Coventry Stakes winner The Wow Signal and Listed scorer Miss Infinity. Further back this is the family of Poule d’Essai des Pouliches heroine Ta Rib.
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(Le Havre (IRE) x Arendelle (GB))
in Training with David Menuisier

This colt is by the late leading French sire Le Havre, whose progeny included dual Classic winners Avenir Certain and La Cressonniere, out of Arendelle, a winning Camelot half-sister to two other scorers from the family of Group 1 runners-up Bog Trotter and Poteen.
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(Sea The Moon (GER) x Mary Boleyn (IRE))
in Training with David Menuisier

Runaway German Derby winner and proven Group 1 sire Sea The Moon is the father of this half-sister to four winners, one of them the Midsummer Stakes third Clotilde. The dam Mary Boleyn is a Listed-winning daughter of King’s Best from the family of Royal Ascot Group 1 winner Zafeen.
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(Kingman (GB) x Wall of Sound (GB))
in Training with Andrew Balding Racing

A Kingman full-brother to Boomer, who won the Prestige Stakes and finished second in the May Hill, and a half-brother to smart Uncle Bryn and two other scorers. The dam Wall Of Sound ran second in the Warwickshire Oaks and third in a Grade 2 at Santa Anita, and is a Singspiel half-sister to Group 2 winner and July Cup runner-up The Cheka. This is the brilliant family of champions Elmaamul, Midday, Reams Of Verse, Regal Parade and Zafonic.
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(Le Havre (IRE) x Clotilde (GB))
in Training with Jim Boyle Racing

By the late Le Havre, sire of multiple Group 1 winners Avenir Certain, La Cressonniere and Wonderful Tonight, he is out of Clotilde, a Listed-placed daughter of Dubawi from the family of top-notch talents Aljazzi, Majestic Glory and Zafeen.
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(Dutch Art (GB) x Wilde Ambition (IRE))
in Training with Ed Walker Racing

This colt is by Dutch Art, the sire of top sprinters Garswood, Mabs Cross, Slade Power and Starman, as well as high-class Group 2 winner bred and owned by Chasemore Farm Brad The Brief. He is the first foal out of Wilde Ambition, an unraced No Nay Never full-sister to Del Mar stakes winner Yesterdayoncemore and half-sister to black type pair Title and Viking Storm. This is the family of Classic winners Dancing Rain, Dr Devious, Even So and Saxon Warrior.
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(Territories (IRE) x Middle Club (GB))
in Training with Johnston Racing

This filly is by Territories, whose best progeny include dual Group 1 heroine Rougir and Derby runner-up Hoo Ya Mal, out of Group 3-winning two-year-old and Oaks d’Italia runner-up Middle Club, making her a half-sister to smart international winners Ex Cetera and Mudaarab. Middle Club is a half-sister to Group 3 scorers Anna Oleanda and Piping Rock, and to the dam of 1,000 Guineas heroine Billesdon Brook.
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(Aclaim (IRE) x Arendelle (GB))
in Training with Ed Walker Racing

By Aclaim, who has proved himself a dab hand with fillies through the likes of 1,000 Guineas victress Cachet and smart sprinter Royal Aclaim, she is out of the winning Camelot mare Arendelle. This is the family of Champagne Stakes winner Bog Trotter, multiple Listed scorer Mashaahed and Dante second Freemantle
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(Zoustar (AUS) x Dynaglow (USA))
in Training with William Knight Racing

This filly is by leading Australian sire Zoustar, whose first northern hemisphere crop of two-year-olds contained the Chasemore Farm-bred Cheveley Park Stakes heroine Lezoo. She is out of Dynaglow, a winning Dynaformer half-sister to US Grade 2 scorer Leave The Light On, and is related to stars Balanchine, Coroebus and Thunder Snow.
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(Camelot (GB) x Formidable Kitt (GB))
in Training with Hugo Palmer Manor House Racing

Three-time Classic winner Camelot and top middle-distance sire Camelot is the sire of this filly out of Formidable Kitt, a winning half-sister to stakes winners Arthur Kitt and Eartha Kitt, who in turn has produced Gimcrack Stakes scorer Noble Style. Formidable Kitt and co are out of Chasemore Farm icon Ceiling Kitty.
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(Wootton Bassett (GB) x Illaunglass (IRE))
in Training with

By Wootton Bassett, sire of six Group/Grade 1 winners including European champion Almanzor and last year’s National Stakes scorer Al Riffa, out of Illaunglass, a Group 3-placed half-sister to stakes winners Pepita and Redolent, making her a half-sister to the smart pair Illaunmore and Papa Stour. Illaunglass is by Red Clubs, broodmare sire of Chasemore Farm-bred Group 1 heroine Lezoo.
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(Footstepsinthesand (GB) x Sassy Dresser (GB))
in Training with Pat Phelan Racing

This Footstepsinthesand colt is the first foal out of Sassy Dresser, an unraced daughter of Kingman and the Listed-placed Red Clubs mare The Gold Cheongsam. The family received a huge boost last year when The Platinum Queen, out of a half-sister to The Gold Cheongsam, became the first two-year-old to win the Prix de l’Abbaye since the great Sigy in 1978.
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(Le Havre (IRE) x Strong And Stable (FR))
in Training with Pia Brandt, France

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(Showcasing x The Gold Cheongsam (IRE))
in Training with Adam West Racing

Showcasing enjoyed another banner year in 2022, supplying the high-class juveniles Belbek, Cold Case, Dramatised, Swingalong and Wodao, and this filly by him is out of the Listed-placed Red Clubs mare The Gold Cheongsam, a half-sister to the dam of another of last year’s leading two-year-olds in The Platinum Queen.