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.
Chesnut Colt by Dutch Art (GB)
x Wilde Ambition (IRE)
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.
This filly is by Zoustar, who has made such a promising start with his first northern hemisphere two-year-olds this season, including with the Chasemore-bred Group 1 winner Lezoo. She is a half-sister to Boonie, who finished third in the Molecomb and Windsor Castle Stakes, out of Dice Game, a daughter of Shamardal and Cesarewitch winner Scatter Dice descended from US champion Outstandingly.
This colt is by champion French sire Siyouni, the source of Classic winners Dream And Do, Ervedya, Laurens, Sottsass and St Mark’s Basilica, out of Illaunmore, a Listed-placed daughter of Shamardal and Albany Stakes third Illaunglass. The dam is one winner from one runner, as her first produce, the three-year-old Shalaa colt Dream By Day, scored in impressive fashion at Yarmouth in Spring.
A son of Camelot, champion two-year-old turned triple Classic victor and sire of ten individual Group 1 winners including this year’s Deutsches Derby hero Sammarco. He is a half-brother to useful three-time winner Gatecrasher Girl out of Parsnip, a winning Zebedee half-sister to seven other scorers including the high-class Kodi Bear, from the family of the outstanding Esoterique. Bred on a similar cross to Group 3-winning two-year-old King’s Harlequin.
Bay Colt by Starspangledbanner (AUS)
x Wowcha (IRE)
A Starspangledbanner full-brother to this season’s wide-margin debut juvenile winner and 3rd placed in Gr 3 Princess Margaret Stakes, Breege out of Wowcha, a winning half-sister to Coventry Stakes and Prix Morny winner The Wow Signal, who was also by Starspangledbanner. The dam is also a half-sister to stakes winners Miss Infinity and Unicorn Lion, and she hails from the family of Poule d’Essai des Pouliches heroine Ta Rib.
A colt by Showcasing, sire of Group 1 winners Advertise, Quiet Reflection and Mohaather, breakthrough first-season sire Tasleet and this season’s stakes-winning two-year-olds Belbek, Dramatised and Wodao. He is the third foal out of Brogan, a winning daughter of broodmare sire extraordinaire Pivotal and a half-sister to this season’s Group 1-winning juvenile Lezoo. Bred on the same cross as the outstanding sprinter Advertise.
This is a daughter of the widely respected proven sire Iffraaj, source of 11 Group 1 winners including the top fillies Chriselliam and Rizeena. She is the first foal out of Galmarley, a black type-placed daughter of Sir Percy and Listed winner Crystal Gal, descended from Irish 1,000 Guineas heroine Classic Park. Other family members include Derby runner-up Walk In The Park and Group 3-winning sprinter Tabdeed.
Bay Colt by Ten Sovereigns (IRE)
x Veiled Beauty (USA)
A colt from the debut crop of Ten Sovereigns, a son of reliable speed source No Nay Never who was an unbeaten Middle Park Stakes winner at two and took the July Cup at three. He is a half-brother to five winners including top sprinter The Cheka and Grade 2-placed Wall Of Sound, the dam of Prestige Stakes scorer Boomer. A relation to top-level winners Announce, Elmaamul, Midday, Prohibit, Reams Of Verse, Regal Parade and Zafonic.
A filly from the first crop of the fabulously well bred Masar, who won the Solario Stakes, Craven and Derby and also finished third in the Prix Jean-Luc Lagardere and 2,000 Guineas. She is a half-sister to the winner Sonairt out of Wall Of Light, a placed Zamindar half-sister to top sprinter The Cheka and Grade 2-placed Wall Of Sound, the dam of Prestige Stakes scorer Boomer. This is the exceptional Juddmonte family of Zafonic, Reams Of Verse etc.
Bay Filly by Gleneagles (IRE)
x Cradle of Life (IRE)
A filly by Group 1-winning two-year-old and dual 2,000 Guineas victor Gleneagles, who has sired 35 stakes performers including top-level scorers Highland Chief and Loving Dream. She is a half-sister to highly rated multiple winners Barristan The Bold and Clegane out of Cradle Of Life, a Notnowcato half-sister to Italian stakes winners Being Alive, Gimmy and Stay Alive and to the dam of Grade 2 winner and Hollywood Derby second Neptune’s Storm.
A filly by Group 1-winning sprinter Aclaim, whose first crop yielded this year’s 1,000 Guineas heroine Cachet. She is a half-sister to Weatherbys Super Sprint third and subsequent Qatar star Soldierpoy and hard-knocking smart sprinter Mondammej. Their dam Lamps Of Heaven is a winning Invincible Spirit half-sister to Acomb Stakes third Zumbi from the family of Group 1-winning sprinters Dream Ahead and Fairyland.
Bay Filly by Zoffany (IRE)
x Summer In February (GB)
A filly from the final crop of Zoffany, sire of Group 1 winners Albigna, Mother Earth, Thunder Moon and Ventura Storm and Classic-placed Architecture, Fleeting and Prosperous Voyage. She is a half-sister to South West Bay, a winner at Saratoga for Wesley Ward, out of Summer In February, a Sixties Icon half-sister to Group 2 winner and Prix Jean Prat runner-up Dutch Connection and stakes-placed Grand Alliance and Dutch Romance.
This colt is by Farhh, who has supplied Group winners Far Above, King Of Change, Move Swiftly, Nocturnal Fox and Wells Farhh Go, plus Group 1 performers Away He Goes, Dee Ex Bee, King Of Change and Tribalist from small crops. He is a half-brother to four winners out of an unraced full-sister to Australian Group 2 winner Permit from the top Juddmonte family of elite winners Cityscape, Close Hatches, Logician, Siskin and Xaar.
A filly from the first crop of Masar, best known for his victory in the Derby but also a winner of a six-furlong maiden and the Solario Stakes at two and the Craven Stakes at three. She is a half-sister to two winners out of Ape Attack, an unraced Nayef half-sister to multiple Listed winner Mashaahed and Derby runner-up Freemantle from the family of Group 1-placed half-brothers Bog Trotter and Poteen.