Winners Born or Raised at Chasemore Farm

 
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Noble Style (GB)

Kingman (GB) x Eartha Kitt
Trainer: Charlie Appleby

Tremendously impressive debut at Ascot. Bred by @chasemorefarm, by leading young sire Kingman out of Eartha Kitt, a winner at two who struck in the Listed Boadicea Stakes over 6f at three. The dam is a half-sister to Chesham Stakes winner Arthur Kitt out of Queen Mary Stakes heroine Ceiling Kitty. Bought by Charlie Appleby and Godolphin from Chasemorefarm at Tattersalls October Book 1.

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  WINS: 7     PLACES: 3
Brad The Brief

Dutch Art (GB) x Kenzadargent (FR)
Trainer: Hugo Palmer

Superb run by this 5 year old gelding, comfortably clear of a G1-winner. 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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  WINS: 2     PLACES: 0
Gatecrasher Girl (GB)

Lope De Vega (Ire) x Parsnip (IRE)
Trainer: William Knight

Back to back wins for this filly by blue-chip sire Lope De Vega, source of numerous superstars around the world, out of Parsnip, a winning Zebedee half-sister to Group 2 winner and Dewhurst runner-up Kodi Bear, who is also making a name for himself as a top stallion. Further back it is the family of multiple Group 1 winner Esoterique and popular Brighton specialist Roy Rocket.

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Sonairt (FR)

Territories x Wall of Light
Trainer: Henry Spiller

Sonairt got his nose in front this time! This gelding is by Territories, best known as the sire of Group 1-winning filly Rougir and high-class handicappers Aldaary and Rhoscolyn, out of Wall Of Light, a placed Zamindar half-sister to smart pair The Cheka and Wall Of Sound. The dam is inbred to Juddmonte foundation mare Mofida, as her paternal granddam Zaizafon and maternal granddam Model Bride were half-sisters.

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Breege (GB)

Starspangledbanner (AUS) x Wowcha (IRE)
Trainer: John Quinn

Very impressive win on her first start with a serious turn of foot! A daughter of Starspangledbanner 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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  WINS: 1     PLACES: 0
Gatecrasher Girl (GB)

Lope De Vega (Ire) x Parsnip (IRE)
Trainer: William Knight

This filly is by blue-chip sire Lope De Vega, source of numerous superstars around the world, out of Parsnip, a winning Zebedee half-sister to Group 2 winner and Dewhurst runner-up Kodi Bear, who is also making a name for himself as a top stallion. Further back it is the family of multiple Group 1 winner Esoterique and popular Brighton specialist Roy Rocket.

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  WINS: 4     PLACES: 4
Cosmo Sherpa (GB)

Kingman (GB) x Bible Belt (IRE)
Trainer: T Miya (Japan)

By champion miler and blue-chip stallion Kingman, he is a half-brother to winners Brigham Young and Belt Buckle out of Dance Design Stakes winner Bible Belt. The dam, by rags to riches sire Big Bad Bob, is a full-sister to Listed winner Bob Le Beau and hails from the family of top-class stayer Assessor.

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  WINS: 4     PLACES: 2
Uncle Bryn (GB)

Sea The Stars (IRE) x Wall of Sound (GB)
Trainer: Busittin Racing, Australia

Great horse in the making! Uncle Bryn goes WHOOOOOOOOSH at Sale, 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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  WINS: 7     PLACES: 8
Bernardo O'Reilly (GB)

Intikhab (USA) x Baldovina (GB)
Trainer: Richard Spencer

This hard-knocking sprinter is a half-brother to Chasemore Farm icon Ceiling Kitty, out of the placed Tale Of The Cat mare Baldovina. He is by Queen Anne Stakes winner Intikhab, a son of Red Ransom who sired top racemares Red Evie and Snow Fairy, and is thus bred along similar lines to Ceiling Kitty, who was by another son of Red Ransom, in Red Clubs.

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Illuminated (GB)

Muhaarar (GB) x Wowcha (IRE)
Trainer: Roger Varian

This son of Muhaarar is the first foal out of Wowcha, a winning Zoffany half-sister to Coventry Stakes and Prix Morny hero The Wow Signal and international stakes scorers Miss Infinity and Unicorn Lion. Wowcha is out of Muravka, a half-sister to Listed winner Tolpuddle from the immediate family of Classic heroine Ta Rib.

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  WINS: 7     PLACES: 12
Papa Stour (USA)

Scat Daddy (USA) x Illaunglass (IRE)
Trainer: Stuart Williams

By the late Scat Daddy, a brilliant source of speed and precocity, he is a half-brother to Listed-placed Illaunmore out of Illaunglass, a daughter of Red Clubs who ran third in the Albany Stakes at Royal Ascot. Further back this is the family of champions Catch A Glimpse and Forest Flower, plus Group 1 performers Redolent and Son Of Rest.

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Belt Buckle (GB)

Golden Horn (GB) x Bible Belt (IRE)
Trainer: John and Thady Gosden

This filly by exceptional Derby and Arc hero Golden Horn is a half-sister to dual winner Brigham Young out of Bible Belt, a Group 3-winning and Group 2-placed daughter of Big Bad Bob. The promising dam is a full-sister to Listed winner Bob Le Beau, and the pair are closely related to the multiple Group 1-winning stayer Assessor.

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Odin's Quest (GB)

Gentlewave (IRE) x Sablonne (USA)
Trainer: Gary Moore

Chris Stedman’s homebred gelding, by Monsun’s Italian Derby-winning son Gentlewave, is one of seven winners out of Sablonne, a winning Silver Hawk half-sister to Listed-placed pair Amberley and Macorville. The dam is in turn out of Desert Jewel, a Caerleon full-sister to Prix Robert Papin winner and multiple Group 1-placed Psychobabble.

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  WINS: 2     PLACES: 1
Durdle Door (GB)

Sepoy (AUS) x Dubai Media (CAN)
Trainer: Gary Moore

This daughter of outstanding Australian champion Sepoy was bred by Chris Stedman from his Listed-placed Songandaprayer mare Dubai Media, a half-sister to US Grade 1-winning two-year-old Square Eddie. Personal Ensign Handicap winner Pompeii and Oaks d’Italia heroine Nydrion are distant relations of the filly.

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  WINS: 6     PLACES: 9
Mondammej (GB)

Lope De Vega (Ire) x Lamps of Heaven (IRE)
Trainer: Anthony Britain

The multiple winner is by in-demand sire Lope De Vega, the source of stars such as Belardo, Lucky Vega and Phoenix Of Spain, out of Lamps Of Heaven, a winning Invincible Spirit half-sister to black type-placed pair Say No Now and Zumbi. His third dam Sahara Star won the Molecomb Stakes and found further fame as the mother of champion sprinter Dream Ahead.

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  WINS: 4     PLACES: 3
Uncle Bryn (GB)

Sea The Stars (IRE) x Wall of Sound (GB)
Trainer: Busittin 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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  WINS: 6     PLACES: 9
Barristan The Bold (GB)

Excelebration (IRE) x Cradle of Life (IRE)
Trainer: George Papaprodromou, USA

By outstanding miler Excelebration, he is a half-brother to dual winner Clegane out of Cradle Of Life. The dam is a Notnowcato half-sister to Italian stakes winners Being Alive, Gimmy and Stay Alive, and hails from the family of Neptune’s Storm and Public Sector, both top-class performers after being exported to race in the US.

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Qipao (GB)

Muhaarar (GB) x The Gold Cheongsam (IRE)
Trainer: Mark Johnston

This Muhaarar filly is out of the Listed-placed Red Clubs mare The Gold Cheongsam, whose four victories included a valuable Weatherbys sales race and a competitive Newmarket nursery. The dam is out of Listed-placed Fuerta Ventura, a half-sister to classy juvenile Sir Xaar from the family of Group 1 winners Arabian Queen and Oscar Schindler.

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  WINS: 1     PLACES: 8
Blue Beret (GB)

Helmet (AUS) x Vivid Blue (GB)
Trainer: Simon Dow

Bred by Tony Webb, 5th foal; sister to 6f-7f winner Ejaaby (inc GB AW/UAE; RPR 96), half-sister to 8.6f AW winner Blue Whisper (63); dam 7f Fibresand winner (70), half-sister to US 1m Gr 2 winner Diamond Diva out of 1m3f winner, is granddaughter of S Agrican 1m Gr 1 winner

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  WINS: 2     PLACES: 2
Armor (GB)

No Nay Never (GB) x Hestia (FR)
Trainer: Richard Hannon

The high-class two-year-old was bred by Chasemore Farm client Chris Stedman by sending his winning High Chaparral mare Hestia to Norfolk Stakes and Prix Morny winner No Nay Never. The dam, who has also produced dual winner Celestial Point, is out of a half-sister to Group 2 winner Pinson and is related to Group 1-placed Native Khan and Ximb.

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  WINS: 2     PLACES: 2
Celestial Point (IRE)

Pivotal (GB) x Hestia (FR)
Trainer: Gary Moore

Chris Stedman’s winning homebred is a Pivotal half-sister to Molecomb Stakes scorer and Middle Park Stakes third Armor, with the siblings being out of Hestia, a winning daughter of High Chaparral from the family of French champion Pinson and Group 1-placed Native Khan and Ximb.

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Waterloo Sunset (GB)

Adaay (IRE) x Atwix (GB)
Trainer: Denis Coakley

By Adaay, a dual Group 2-winning son of Kodiac, he is out of the Sakhee mare Atwix, who won three races for Lucy Wadham and the Calculated Speculators. The dam is a half-sister to four winners out of Atwirl, a winning daughter of Pivotal from a highly productive family.

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  WINS: 1     PLACES: 4
Jm Barrie (GB)

Sir Percy (GB) x Maleficent (GB)
Trainer: David Marnane

This son of champion two-year-old and Derby hero Sir Percy is out of Maleficent, an unraced Azamour half-sister to Listed-placed two-year-old Mohab, also by Sir Percy. He is a distant maternal relation of multiple Listed winner and Oaks fourth Knoosh, ancestress of smart fillies Most Beautiful and Saphira’s Fire.

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Agrimony (GB)

Pivotal (GB) x Adjudicate (GB)
Trainer: Joseph G Murphy

Bred by Chasemore Farm and Dr Pat Sells; Fifth foal; half-brother to winners War Brigade (1m4f Flat; RPR 75.2m hurdle) and Strong and Stable (1m1f; 92) dam unraced sister to Australian 1m5f Group 2 winner Permit, out of 1m2f winner. Currently trained by C Waller in Australia

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  WINS: 2     PLACES: 3
Clegane (GB)

Iffraaj (GB) x Cradle of Life (IRE)
Trainer: Jane Chappe-Hyam

An Iffraaj half-sister to multiple winner Barristan The Bold out of Cradle Of Life, a Notnowcato half-sister to the high-class Italian trio of Being Alive, Gimmy and Stay Alive, and to the dams of international Pattern winners Mangiapregaama and Neptune’s Storm.

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  WINS: 5     PLACES: 2
Soldierpoy (GB)

Sepoy (AUS) x Lamps of Heaven (IRE)
Trainer: Mohammed Hussain

By Sepoy, a brilliant talent in Australia whose four Group 1 victories included the prestigious Golden Slipper, he is a half-brother to multiple sprint winner Mondammej out of Lamps Of Heaven, an Invincible Spirit half-sister to black type-placed pair Say No Now and Zumbi. This is the highflying family of champion two-year-old and sprinter Dream Ahead.

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  WINS: 1     PLACES: 4
Volynka (GB)

Sepoy (AUS) x Sunday Bess (JPN)
Trainer: Mme V Seignoux

Another Chasemore Farm graduate with an exceptionally international pedigree, she is by Australian champion two-year-old and sprinter Sepoy out of Sunday Bess, a winning daughter of the late Japanese supersire Deep Impact and top-rated Chilean two-year-old filly Lhiz.

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  WINS: 1     PLACES: 2
Taipan (FR)

Frankel (GB) x Kenzadargent (FR)
Trainer: Mrs John Harrington

This son of unbeaten dual world champion and leading sire Frankel is a half-brother to Group 3-winning sprinter Brad The Brief. The siblings are out of Kenzadargent, a dual Listed-winning daughter of rags to riches French sire Kendargent – also damsire of Champion Stakes hero Sealiway and German Derby winner Sisfahan.

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  WINS: 6     PLACES: 3
Brad The Brief (GB)

Dutch Art (GB) x Kenzadargent (FR)
Trainer: Manor House Stables

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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What An Angel (GB)

Dark Angel (IRE) x Mary Boleyn (IRE)
Trainer: Richard Hannon

By Dark Angel, a dependable source of hard-knocking sprinters and milers, she was a half-sister to Listed-placed three-time winner Clotilde and fellow scorers Global Pass and Marylebone. The siblings are out of Mary Boleyn, a Listed-winning daughter of King’s Best from the family of St James’s Palace Stakes hero and 2,000 Guineas runner-up Zafeen.

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Papa Bear (FR)

Kodiac (GB) x Red Clubs (IRE)
Trainer: Mrs John Harrington

He was bred to be speedy, being by Kodiac – the sire of numerous classy two-year-olds and sprinters – out of Roger Sez, a Firth of Clyde Stakes winner by Haydock Sprint Cup hero Red Clubs. The dam is out of Stately Princess, a winning daughter of Robellino and Listed winner Affair Of State, a relation to Irish 1,000 Guineas heroine Nicer.

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  WINS: 2     PLACES: 5
Leadership Race (IRE)

Brazen Beau (AUS) x Veiled Beauty (USA)
Trainer: G M Lyons

This son of dual Australian top-flight winner and Diamond Jubilee Stakes runner-up Brazen Beau is out of Chasemore Farm matriarch Veiled Beauty, making him a half-brother to Group 1-placed sprinter The Cheka and Grade 2-placed miler Wall Of Sound. The last-named mare is the dam of classy Chasemore Farm homebreds Boomer and Uncle Bryn.

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  WINS: 2     PLACES: 1
Boomer (GB)

Kingman (GB) x Wall of Sound (GB)
Trainer: Manor House Stables

By champion miler and outstanding young sire Kingman, she is a half-sister to Listed-placed Uncle Bryn out of Warwickshire Oaks runner-up Wall Of Sound. The dam is a half-sister to John of Gaunt Stakes winner and July Cup runner-up The Cheka, and is from the immediate family of dual Group 1-winning sprinter Regal Parade.

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  WINS: 1     PLACES: 2
Ursulina (IRE)

Kodiac (GB) x Esterlina (IRE)
Trainer: Manor House Stables

This daughter of sprint sire par excellence Kodiac is one of eight winners produced by the smart Highest Honor mare Esterlina, along with stakes scorers Pepita and Redolent, Albany Stakes third Illaunglass and Hightime Heroine, the dam of Group 1-placed sprinter Son Of Rest.

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  WINS: 1     PLACES: 4
Strong and Stable (GB)

Motivator (GB) x Adjudicate (GB)
Trainer: Mme Pia Brandt

A daughter of Derby winner Motivator, the sire of Group 1-winning fillies Ridasiyna and Treve and an influential broodmare sire, and Adjudicate, an unraced Dansili full-sister to Australian Group 3 winner Permit, she is thus a half-sister to winners Agrimony and War Brigade. This is the brilliant Juddmonte family of Close Hatches, Siskin and Xaar.

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Flighty Almighty (GB)

Elusive Quality (USA) x Wall of Sound (GB)
Trainer: Manor House Stables

The daughter of Elusive Quality was the first foal out of Warwickshire Oaks second and Goldikova Stakes third Wall Of Sound, and was followed by Prestige Stakes winner and May Hill Stakes runner-up Boomer and Blue Riband Trial third Uncle Bryn. The dam is a half-sister to prolific stakes horse The Cheka, who found only Mayson too good in the July Cup.

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  WINS: 3     PLACES: 4
Stylehunter (GB)

Raven's Pass (USA) x Sunday Bess (JPN)
Trainer: John Gosden

This half-brother to three other winners has a truly global pedigree, being by Breeders’ Cup Classic hero Raven’s Pass out of Sunday Pass, a winning daughter of late Japanese sire phenomenon Deep Impact bought by Chasemore Farm as a foal at the JRHA Select Sale. Maternal granddam Lhiz was a champion two-year-old in her native Chile.

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  WINS: 5     PLACES: 3
Captain Peacock (GB)

Champs Elysees (GB) x Blast Furnace (IRE)
Trainer: Oliver Sherwood

By Champs Elysees, sire of 1,000 Guineas heroine Billesdon Brook and Gold Cup winner Trip To Paris, he is out of Blast Furnace, a Sadler’s Wells half-sister to Group 1-winning sprinter King Charlemagne and classy two-year-old Meshaheer, as well as to the dams of US top-level scorers Albertus Maximus, Daredevil and Here Comes Ben.

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  WINS: 1     PLACES: 1
Arendelle (GB)

Camelot (GB) x Ape Attack (GB)
Trainer: Ed Walker

The Camelot filly was the first foal produced by Ape Attack, an unraced Nayef half-sister to multiple Listed winner Mashaahed and Dante Stakes runner-up Freemantle. The dam was in turn out of Patacake Patacake, a placed Bahri half-sister to Group 1 performers Bog Trotter and Poteen.

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  WINS: 2     PLACES: 3
Arthur Kitt (GB)

Camelot (GB) x Ceiling Kitty (GB)
Trainer: Manor House Stables

The son of triple Classic winner Camelot is from Chasemore Farm’s signature family, being a half-brother to Boadicea Stakes scorer Eartha Kitt and Listed fourth Formidable Kitt out of the late, great Ceiling Kitty – winner of the Marygate Fillies Stakes and Queen Mary Stakes, and fourth in the Flying Childers.

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  WINS: 2     PLACES: 3
Gallifrey (GB)

Sir Percy (GB) x Crystal Gal (IRE)
Trainer: Lucy Wadham

A daughter of champion two-year-old and Derby winner Sir Percy, she is a full-sister to Listed-placed Galmarley out of Dick Hern Fillies Stakes scorer Crystal Gal. The dam is by the phenomenal sire Galileo out of Park Crystal, an unraced daughter of Danehill and Irish 1,000 Guineas heroine Classic Park.

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  WINS: 3     PLACES: 8
Pangolin (FR)

Panis (USA) x Park Acclaim (IRE)
Trainer: C Boutin

By Panis, a dual Group 3 winner by Miswaki who found fame as the sire of top sprinter Sands Of Mali, he is out of Park Acclaim, an unraced Clodovil half-sister to Jersey Stakes winner Rainfall and Listed-placed Complicit. This is the family of Group 1 performers Main Aim and Red Cardinal

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  WINS: 2     PLACES: 5
Illaunmore (USA)

Sharmadal (USA) x Illaunglass (IRE)
Trainer: John Gosden

The multiple Listed-placed mare is a precious daughter of the late, great Shamardal – damsire of top-level winners Awtaad, Converge, Hello Youmzain, Latrobe and Pretty Pollyanna – and she is a half-sister to prolific winner Papa Stour out of Albany Stakes third Illaunglass, who in turn is a half-sister to stakes winners Pepita and Redolent, as well as to the dam of Group 1-placed sprinter Son Of Rest.

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  WINS: 2     PLACES: 13
N Over J (GB)

Kodiac (GB) x Risk A Look (GB)
Trainer: William Knight

Third foal; brother to 1m AW winner Chenega Bay and Italian 5f winner Prend; dam unraced half-sister to top sprinter Continent, out of 1m4f winning daughter of high-class sprinter/miler Interval

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  WINS: 1     PLACES: 1
Beatisa (GB)

Intikhab (USA) x Bea Menace (USA)
Trainer: Ed Walker

The daughter of Intikhab is a half-sister to classy all-weather sprint specialist Breathless Times out of Bea Menace, a multiple-winning Mizzen Mast half-sister to seven other winners. This is another Chasemore Farm family that harks back to the Juddmonte matriarch Monroe, dam of dual champion Xaar and ancestress of Close Hatches, Logician, Siskin et al.

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  WINS: 3     PLACES: 4
Eartha Kitt (GB)

Pivotal (GB) x Ceiling Kitty (GB)
Trainer: Manor House Stables

This daughter of the sensational Ceiling Kitty is a particularly valuable breeding commodity as a Listed winner by Pivotal, an exceptional broodmare sire whose other daughters have produced Group 1 winners such as Cracksman, Golden Horde, Hermosa, Hydrangea, Love, Magical, Mabs Cross, Main Sequence, Mayson, One Master, Rhododendron etc.

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  WINS: 2     PLACES: 3
Punkawallah (GB)

Sepoy (AUS) x Max One Two Three (IRE)
Trainer: Manor House Stables

Second foal; dam 6f 2yo winner (inc Listed; RPR 99), sister to multiple 7f (inc AW) winner Straight Face out of multiple 7f-1m winning half-sister to 7.5f Italian 2yo/1m Hong Kong Listed winner Romancero

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Formidable Kitt

Invincible Spirit (IRE) x Ceiling Kitty (GB)
Trainer: Manor House Stables

The daughter of Invincible Spirit was one of three winners from as many runners out of the sadly short-lived Ceiling Kitty. She was retired early due to her mother’s death and so didn’t get to gain black type, but she ran fourth to future Group 1 winner Havana Grey in the Dragon Stakes at two and achieved a high rating.

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  WINS: 1     PLACES: 4
Brogan (GB)

Pivotal (GB) x Roger Sez (IRE)
Trainer: Manor House Stables

The daughter of Pivotal was the debut foal out of Firth of Clyde Stakes winner Roger Sez. The dam – by Red Clubs, also the sire of Ceiling Kitty – is out of Stately Princess, a dual-winning Robellino half-sister to multiple Listed scorer Bibury Flyer from the family of Group 1 winners Nicer and Passing Sale.

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  WINS: 1     PLACES: 2
Mary Lebone (IRE)

Sharmadal (USA) x Mary Boleyn (IRE)
Trainer: Joseph P O'Brien

This gelding by the late, outstanding sire Shamardal was the second foal out of Mary Boleyn, a Listed-winning daughter of King’s Best from the family of Royal Ascot winners Aljazzi and Zafeen. He is one of four winners for his dam; another is the Listed-placed Clotilde

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  WINS: 3     PLACES: 6
Wall of Sound

Singspiel (IRE) x Veiled Beauty (USA)
Trainer: Manor House Stables

This smart daughter of Singspiel is out of one of the earliest Chasemore Farm broodmares in Veiled Beauty, a half-sister to Group 1-placed sprinter The Cheka from the top Juddmonte family of Reams Of Verse, Regal Parade and Zafonic. Wall Of Sound is becoming a broodmare of serious consequence, having produced Group 3 winner Boomer and the useful Uncle Bryn

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  WINS: 3     PLACES: 1
Ceiling Kitty (GB)

Red Clubs (IRE) x Baldovina (GB)
Trainer: Manor House Stables

Chasemore Farm’s iconic mare was by Red Clubs out of Baldovina, a placed Tale Of The Cat half-sister to Japanese stars Jeweler and One Carat who in turn is out of Prix Penelope winner Baldwina. Remarkably, Andrew Black bought the future influential broodmare Baldovina for just £17,000 after finishing third in a Lingfield claimer.