By leading young sire Kingman out of a mare by Pivotal, and thus bred on the same cross as Queen Elizabeth II Stakes second Roseman and Listed-winning sprinter Poetry. The second foal 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.
bay filly by Kingman (GB)
x Bible Belt (Big Bad Bob)
By Kingman, whose other fillies include current top-class performers Summer Romance and Technical Analysis. The dam, Bible Belt, was a Group 3 and Listed winner who also ran second to Dancing Rain in the British Champion Fillies’ and Mares’ Stakes. Bible Belt’s sire Big Bad Bob is damsire of this season’s Group 3-winning two-year-old filly Oscula.
bay colt by Farhh
x Formidable Kitt (Invincible Spirit)
A son of Farhh, who despite limited output due to subfertility has sired Group 1 winner King Of Change, Group 2 scorers Move Swiftly and Nocturnal Fox and Derby runner-up Dee Ex Bee. The dam, the winning two-year-old Formidable Kitt, is a half-sister to Listed winners Arthur Kitt and Eartha Kitt out of the brilliant two-year-old Ceiling Kitty.
bay colt by Lope De Vega
x Lamps Of Heaven (Invincible Spirit)
By Lope De Vega, sire of 13 Group/Grade 1 winners, out of an Invincible Spirit mare and so bred on the same cross as stakes scorers Duke Of Hazzard and Surf Dancer. He is a half-brother to Soldierpoy, third in the Weatherbys Super Sprint and later a multiple winner in Qatar, and Mondammej, a useful sprint handicapper with a peak Racing Post Rating of 97.
grey colt by Roaring Lion
x Mutatis Mutandis (Mastercraftsman)
This colt from the sole crop of ill-fated European three-year-old champion Roaring Lion is the first produce of Listed winner and Grade 1 Flower Bowl Stakes third Mutatis Mutandis. The dam is a half-sister to stakes winners Distant Memories and Mohedian Lady, as well as Listed-placed Orcia, the dam of exciting two-year-old Tuscan.
A filly by champion two-year-old and Classic winner Churchill, now a leading first-season sire, out of Parsnip, a winning half-sister to Group 2 winner and Dewhurst runner-up Kodi Bear and to Lady Susy, the dam of stakes winners Rivertime and Storm Of Wind.
A son of New Approach, sire of nine top-level winners including this year’s Irish 2,000 Guineas victor Mac Swiney. The dam, Brogan, was a two-year-old winner and is by outstanding broodmare sire Pivotal out of Group 3-winning juvenile Roger Sez. Classy two-year-olds Affair Of State, Bibury Flyer and Hello Glory are also family members.
A filly from the first northern-hemisphere crop of Group 1-winning sprinter and Australian sire sensation Zoustar. She is a half-sister to three winners out of Group 3-winning two-year-old Roger Sez, by Red Clubs – damsire of Group 1 heroine Snow Lantern, Chesham Stakes winner Arthur Kitt and exciting young sire Ardad.
bay filly by Bobby’s Kitten
x Skinny Love (Holy Roman Emperor)
By Bobby’s Kitten, whose second crop has yielded leading two-year-old filly Sandrine, out of Skinny Love, a seven-time winner who also finished a close fourth in the Listed Golden Rose Stakes. The dam is by Holy Roman Emperor, who has featured as damsire of Group 1-winning two-year-olds Johannes Vermeer, Newspaperofrecord, Shale and Verbal Dexterity.
chestnut filly by Zoustar
x The Gold Cheongsam (Red Clubs)
This filly by leading young Australian sire Zoustar is out of four-time winner and Listed-placed The Gold Cheongsam, a relation to Group 1 winners Arabian Queen and Oscar Schindler. The dam has produced this season’s smart dual-winning two-year-old Qipao.
A son of Shalaa, whose first two crops in Europe have yielded Group 3 winner and Classic-placed No Speak Alexander and Listed scorer King Shalaa, he is out of Wall Of Light, a placed half-sister to top-class sprinter The Cheka and Grade 2-placed Wall Of Sound, the dam of Boomer and Uncle Bryn.
This filly is by Muhaarar, whose other daughters include Yorkshire Oaks runner-up Albaflora, Ribblesdale Stakes second Eshaada and stakes winners Auria and Paix. Her dam Adjudicate, by leading broodmare sire Dansili and from the family of Juddmonte champions Close Hatches, Siskin and Xaar, has produced three winners from as many runners.
By Oasis Dream, an influential sire and source of 17 Group 1 winners, out of Ape Attack, an unraced Nayef half-sister to the black-type trio of Bakerman, Freemantle and Mashaahed. He is a half-brother to two winners including the useful Arendelle.
grey filly by Roaring Lion
x Dynaglow (Dynaformer)
A precocious filly from the solitary crop of the sensational Roaring Lion, she is out of Dynaglow, a wide-margin two-year-old maiden winner and half-sister to five other scorers including Leave The Light On at Grade 2 level. This is also the family of megastars Balanchine and Thunder Snow.
This colt is by champion two-year-old and dual 2,000 Guineas winner Churchill out of Opportuna, a placed Rock Hard Ten half-sister to John of Gaunt Stakes winner and July Cup runner-up The Cheka and Goldikova Stakes third Wall Of Sound. That makes him a half-brother to Grade 3-placed Last Opportunity.
An Australia half-brother to four winners including Turanga Leela, who has scored no fewer than nine times, out of Sunday Bess, a winning mare with a truly international pedigree, being the product of champions in Japan and Chile, in Deep Impact and Lhiz.
Purchaser: Andrew Oliver
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