The Group 1 Commonwealth Cup has been one of the best additions to the European racing programme in recent years and it got off to a tremendous start as its inaugural edition was won by Muhaarar.
Timeform-rated 111 as a juvenile, when he won the Group 2 Gimcrack Stakes and finished third in the Group 1 Middle Park Stakes, the Charles Hills-trained son of Oasis Dream (by Green Desert) kicked off his three-year-old campaign with a narrow win in the Group 3 Greenham Stakes over seven furlongs but then finished out of the frame in the Group 1 Poule d’Essai des Poulains (French 2000 Guineas).
The distaff side of his family, and the fact he is inbred 4x5 to Mill Reef (by Never Bend), suggested that the mile could be within his compass, but after this classic defeat the decision was taken to drop him back in trip. The Commonwealth Cup and enhanced early-season sprint programme, gives three-year-olds a chance to compete among themselves before being pitched in against the older horses, so the new race became an obvious starting point.
He stormed home by three and three-quarter lengths from Limato, and, in addition to the runner-up, the also-rans included subsequent Group 1 stars Profitable and Jungle Cat. He went on to a short-head success in the Group 1 July Cup, he beat Esoterique by half a length to land the Group 1 Prix Maurice de Gheest, and then came home two lengths clear of Twilight Son in the Group 1 British Champions Sprint Stakes at Ascot.
This Group 1 four-timer represented his only starts after his classic defeat, he was crowned sprint champion, earned a Timeform rating of 132, and went to Nunnery Stud as an exciting stallion prospect. His triple-digit first book yielded 95 foals.
The best of four blacktype horses for his dam, the half-brother to juvenile listed scorer Sajwah (by Exceed And Excel) is out of Tahrir (by Linamix), a dual seven-furlong winner who earned her blacktype when runner-up in a six-furlong listed contest.
The mare is a full-sister to pattern-placed multiple stakes winner Mister Charm and half-sister to Group 3 Prix de Guiche scorer and Group 2 Prix Daniel Wildenstein third ister Sacha (by Tiger Hill), hence her potential to produce a high-class miler.
Grandam Miss Sacha (by Last Tycoon) was a stakes-winning sprinter, a half-sister to listed scorer Pinta (by Ahonoora), and out of Heaven High (by High Line), a half-sister to champion Timarida (by Kalaglow). That Irish filly won the Group 1 Irish Champion Stakes, Group 1 Grosser Dallmayr-Preis Bayerisches Zuchtrennen and Grade 1 Beverly D Stakes, and she was third in the Group 1 Champion Stakes.
Timarida is the dam of nine-and-a-half-furlong Group 3 scorer Timarwa (by Daylami), while her half-sister Timiya (by High Top) is responsible for dual Scandinavian champion Heavy Loaded (by Pips Pride), who was effective from six furlongs to a mile.
There is nothing in that distaff line to suggest any particular potential as a stallion – it has been an effective source of racehorses – but Muhaarar stands out as its best representative and also as its quickest. He is by one of the leading members of the Green Desert (by Danzig) sire line, and although some of the early Oasis Dream stallions have got stakes winners without making an impact, they do include rising star Showcasing (sire of Group 1 stars Advertise and Quiet Reflection) and several younger horses who are at early stages of their stud careers.
Muhaarar joined the team at Nunnery Stud just after their hugely influential Green Desert died, and he is one of the most brilliant representatives of that stallion’s line. A dozen of his first foals went through the ring last year and 10 of them were sold for a six-figured price, with a top one of 290,000gns. Clearly they are looking the part.
There is an odd misconception among many that sprinter equals early-season juvenile precocity, even though many top sprinters don’t really hit their best until at least the summer of their three-year-old campaign or, in some cases, as four-year-olds.
Muhaarar was a capable two-year-old and can be expected to get some smart summer and autumn juveniles, but his racing and pedigree profile suggest that his best results will come with his three-year-olds and older horses and that, like his sire, his top performers could come anywhere in the broad five to 12-furlong range. He has the potential to become the best stallion son of his sire.
MUHAARAR (GB) - b.2012 - Oasis Dream - Tahrir, 7 wins inc July Cup (Gr1), British Champions Sprint Stakes (Gr1), Prix Maurice de Gheest (Gr1), Commonwealth Cup (Gr1), Gimcrack Stakes (Gr2), Greenham Stakes (Gr3), 3rd Middle Park Stakes (Gr1), July Stakes (Gr2), Winkfield Stakes (Listed). Sire in England. First foals in 2017.
Bc - African Skies (by Johannesburg) Arqana August €280,000
Bf - Al Fareej (by Iffraaj) Tattersalls October 70,000gns
Bc - Alasha (by Barathea) Goffs October €80,000
Bc - Alexander Goldrun (by Gold Away) Tattersalls October 500,000gns
Bc - All For Laura (by Cadeaux Genereux) Tattersalls October 140,000gns
Bc - Anna’s Rock (by Rock Of Gibraltar) Tattersalls October 500,000gns
Bf - Annabelle Ja (by Singspiel) Tattersalls October 425,000gns
Bc - Aquatinta (by Samum) Tattersalls October 200,000gns
Bf - Avenue Gabriel (by Champs Elysees) Arqana August €190,000 (p/s)
Bc - Baileys Jubilee (by Bahamian Bounty) Tattersalls October not sold
Bf - Baldovina (by Tale Of The Cat) Tattersalls October withdrawn
Bf - Ballymore Celebre (by Peintre Celebre) Tattersalls October 92,000gns
Bf - Beach Bunny (by High Chaparral) Goffs October €500,000
Bc - Brevity (by Street Cry) Tattersalls October 100,000gns
Bf - Bright Approach (by New Approach) Tattersalls October 72,000gns
Bf - Demerger (by Distant View) Tattersalls October 90,000gns
Bc - Dubai Bounty (by Dubai Destination) Tattersalls October 100,000gns
Bc - Dulcet (by Halling) Tattersalls October 110,000gns
Bc - Dusky Queen (by Shamardal) Goffs October withdrawn
Bc - Evita (by Selkirk) Tattersalls October 370,000gns
Bc - Heroine Chic (by Big Bad Bob) Goffs October €55,000
Bc - Heroine Chic (by Big Bad Bob) Tattersalls November withdrawn
Bc - How’s She Cuttin’ (by Shinko Forest) Tattersalls October 350,000gns
Bf - Ighraa (by Tamayuz) Tattersalls October not sold
Bf - I’m In Love (by Zafonic) Arqana August €250,000
Bf - Infamous Angel (by Exceed And Excel) Goffs UK August not sold
Bf - Infamous Angel (by Exceed And Excel) Tattersalls November 20,000gns
Bf - Jellwa (by Iffraaj) Tattersalls October 38,000gns
Bc - Lady Francesca (by Montjeu) Goffs UK August £120,000
Bc - Lauren Louise (by Tagula) Tattersalls October 140,000gns
Bf - Lidanski (by Soviet Star) Tattersalls October 130,000gns
Bf - Lonely Ahead (by Rahy) Tattersalls October 78,000gns
Bf - Long Face (by Whywhywhy) Tattersalls October 85,000gns
Bc - Loulwa (by Montjeu) Tattersalls October 65,000gns
Bf - Mathuna (by Tagula) Goffs October €85,000
Bc - Mensoora (by Jet Master) Tattersalls October not sold
Bc - Mrs Greeley (by Mr Greeley) Tattersalls October 300,000gns
Bf - Muntyatee (by Dylan Thomas) Tattersalls October not sold
Bf - Najam (by Singspiel) Tattersalls October 95,000gns
Bf - Nepali Princess (by Mr Greeley) Arqana October
Bc - New Providence (by Bahamian Bounty) Goffs UK August £16,000
Bf - Pacifique (by Montjeu) Arqana August €250,000
Bc - Passion Overflow (by Hennessy) Goffs UK August £80,000
Bc - Persario (by Bishop Of Cashel) Tattersalls October 80,000gns (p/s)
Bf - Propel (by Dubawi) Tattersalls October 100,000gns
Bc - Prudenzia (by Dansili) Arqana August €420,000
Bf - Queen Of Tara (by Sadler’s Wells) Goffs February €9,000
Bf - Queen Of Tara (by Sadler’s Wells) Goffs October €45,000
Bf - Queenofthefairies (by Pivotal) Tattersalls October 925,000gns
Bc - Rainbow Desert (by Dynaformer) Tattersalls October not sold
Bc - Reroute (by Acclamation) Tattersalls October 32,000gns
Bc - Riskit Fora Biskit (by Kodiac) Tattersalls October 70,000gns
Bf - Rose Blossom (by Pastoral Pursuits) Tattersalls October 130,000gns
Bc - Rose Of Summer (by El Prado) Tattersalls October 375,000gns
Bc - Royal Highness (by Monsun) Arqana August €160,000
Bf - Saadiah (by Dubai Destination) Tattersalls October 11,000gns
Bc - Shumoos (by Distorted Humor) Tattersalls October not sold
Bf - Solola (by Black Sam Bellamy) Tattersalls October 90,000gns
Bf - Soudanaise (by Peintre Celebre) Arqana October
Bf - Station House (by Galileo) Tattersalls October not sold
Bf - Sun Bittern (by Seeking The Gold) Arqana August withdrawn
Bf - Sun Bittern (by Seeking The Gold) Goffs October €85,000
Bc - Swift Campaign (by Intikhab) Tattersalls October 160,000gns
Bc - Tropical Paradise (by Verglas) Tattersalls November 32,000gns
Bf - Up In Time (by Noverre) Tattersalls October 70,000gns
Bc - Vanishing Grey (by Verglas) Tattersalls October 350,000gns
Bf - Waldjagd (by Observatory) Arqana October
Bf - Walk On Bye (by Danehill Dancer) Tattersalls October 125,000gns
Bc - Weekend Fling (by Forest Wildcat) Goffs October €400,000
Bc - Whatdoiwantthatfor (by Kodiac) Tattersalls October withdrawn
Bc - Xceedingly Xcited (by Exceed And Excel) Tattersalls October not sold
Bf - Zacheta (by Polish Precedent) Tattersalls October not sold
With only 24 in his first crop, Intrinsic faces an uphill battle to become a sire of note, but this Hedgeholme Stud resident is related to a current freshman stallion who already has a pattern winner in his first juveniles, and if he does get any stakes and pattern winners then he certainly won’t be the first non-stakes winner to do so.
He was rated 114 by Timeform – as was his Group 1-placed, pattern winning dam Infallible (by Pivotal) – he was a lightly-raced winner of the Stewards’ Cup, and his best offspring are likely to be sprinters and milers.
He is a half-brother to Group 3 Prix de Flore scorer Intimation (by Dubawi) and to multiple Group 1-placed, dual Group 2 Summer Mile Stakes winner Mutakayyef (by Sea The Stars), while his dam’s siblings include Penchant (by Kyllachy), who is the dam of Garswood (by Dutch Art) Group 1-winning sprinter and a blacktype sire with his first juveniles.
Grandam Irresistible (by Cadeaux Genereux) won the Listed Kilvington Stakes and was runner-up in the Group 3 Brownstown Stakes, and that mare is a half-sister to several blacktype producers. Those talented relations include Group 3 Prix du Calvados winner and Group 2 Criterium de Maisons-Laffitte runner-up Queen Bee (by Le Havre), dual pattern-placed stakes winner Eternally (by Dutch Art), and the colts Parliament Square (by Acclamation) and True Mason (by Mayson), both of whom have finished third in the Group 1 Prix Morny.
If you go back another generation then you find that the fourth dam of Intrinsic is the standout US filly Some Romance (by Fappiano), a winner of both the Grade 1 Frizette Stakes and Grade 1 Matron Stakes and whose blacktype placings included the Grade 1 Santa Anita Oaks, Grade 1 Monmouth Oaks, and Grade 1 Las Virgenes Stakes.
INTRINSIC (GB) - b.2010 - Oasis Dream - Infallible, 4 wins inc Stewards’ Cup. Sire in England. First foals in 2017.
Bf - Cara’s Delight (by Fusaichi Pegasus) Tatts IRE Ascot September £2,000
Bc - Danehill Dazzler (by Danehill Dancer) Goffs UK October £6,000
Bf - Dutch Girl (by Dutch Art) Tattersalls October not sold
Chf - She’s So Pretty (by Grand Lodge) Tatts IRE Ascot September £5,000
Bf - Spring Goddess (by Daggers Drawn) Tattersalls October not sold
The Green Desert branch of the mighty Danzig (by Northern Dancer) line is developing three splits of its own, and although the Invincible Spirit one looks strongest so far, the Oasis Dream one is showing promise.
A member of the Banstead Manor Stud team, the sprint star has 17 individual Group 1 winners to his name on the track – including recent new additions Polydream and Pretty Pollyanna – and his early stallion sons include the blacktype sires Aqlaam, Arcano, Power, and Approve.
The last of those was a Group 2 scorer on the track, as was the standout horse among the Oasis Dream stallions to date: Showcasing. That Whitsbury Manor Stud resident is responsible for sprint ace Quiet Reflection and recent Group 1 Keeneland Phoenix Stakes winner Advertise.
The younger Oasis Dream stallions include Bearstone Stud’s Fountain Of Youth who had 70 foals in his first crop.
He was an odds-on winner of a five-furlong Tipperary before finishing a three-quarter-length fourth to Extortionist in the Listed Windsor Castle Stakes, earning a Timeform rating of 103p.
He was then off the track for 11 months, was well-beaten in a trio of blacktype events over seven furlongs and a mile, then dropped back to the minimum trip to take the Group 3 Sapphire Stakes at the Curragh, beating old rival Extortionist by a head. He finished that year on a Timeform rating of 111.
Fountain Of Youth is a half-brother to Group 2-placed pattern winner Elarqam (by Frankel) and so is out of the dual champion and five-time Group 1 star Attraction (by Efisio). Her top-level wins came in the 1000 Guineas, Irish 1000 Guineas, Coronation Stakes, Matron Stakes and Sun Chariot Stakes, and Timeform rated her 125.
Attraction is a half-sister to Grade 3-placed Federation (by Motivator) and also to the dam of listed scorer Titi Makfi (by Makfi), and she is out of Flirtation (by Pursuit Of Love), an unraced half-sister to Group 2-placed middle-distance stakes winner Carmita (by Caerleon) and also to the dam of Group 3 Polar Cup scorer You Never Know (by Diaghlyphard).
Juvenile seven-furlong Group 1 winner Lord Of Men (by Groom Dancer), Japanese champion and mile Group 1 heroine Major Emblem (by Daiwa Major), and several Argentine-bred Grade 1 winners appear under the branches of the fourth generation of the pedigree, while the fifth dam is July Cup heroine Lucasland (by Lucero), whose descendants also include Timeform 129-rated miler Sonic Lady (by Nureyev).
Fountain Of Youth looks a likely type to get some early-season juveniles but then establish himself as a source of sprinters and milers of all age groups.
FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH (IRE) - b.2011 - Oasis Dream - Attraction, 2 wins inc Sapphire Stakes (Gr3). Sire in England. First foals in 2017.
Bf - Albertina Rose (by Namid) Goffs UK October not sold
Bf - Amouage Royale (by Mr Greeley) Tattersalls October 1,000gns
Bc - Art Of Gold (by Excellent Art) Goffs UK August £18,000 (p/s)
Bf - Bereka (by Firebreak) Goffs UK August £25,000
Bf - Big Sky (by Fastnet Rock) Tatts IRE Ascot September £15,000
Bf - Bombalarina (by Barathea) Tattersalls October 800gns
Bf - Bravo (by Indian Charlie) Goffs UK October not sold
Bf - Cadeaux Power (by Major Cadeaux) Tattersalls October 15,000gns
Bc - Cards (by Tobougg) Goffs UK August £10,000
Bc - Catmint (by Piccolo) Goffs UK August £50,000
Brc - Charcoal (by Primo Valentino) Tatts IRE Ascot September £5,000
Bc - Choisette (by Choisir) Goffs UK August £35,000
Bf - Citron (by Reel Buddy) Tattersalls October 10,000gns
Bc - Clodianna (by Clodovil) Goffs UK October not sold
Bc - Crystal Malt (by Intikhab) Goffs October €8,000
Bc - Day By Day (by Kyllachy) Tatts IRE September €30,000
Bc - Dayville (by Dayjur) Goffs UK August £26,000
Bc - Equinox (by Medicean) Goffs UK October £800
Bc - Fantacise (by Pivotal) Tattersalls October 28,000gns
Bf - Find The Answer (by Vital Equine) Goffs UK October £2,000
Bc - Harryana To (by Compton Place) Goffs February €5,500 (p/s)
Bc - Harryana To (by Compton Place) Goffs UK August £15,000
Bc - Hip Flask (by Motivator) Tattersalls October 18,000gns
Bc - Ice Mayden (by Major Cadeaux) Goffs UK August £18,000
Bf - Irrational (by Kyllachy) Goffs UK August £6,000
Bf - Island Rhapsody (by Bahamian Bounty) Tattersalls October 4,500gns
Bc - Jive (by Major Cadeaux) Tattersalls October 16,000gns
Bf - Kyllarney (by Kyllachy) Goffs UK August not sold
Bf - La Zamora (by Lujain) Goffs UK October not sold
Grc - Lone Angel (by Dark Angel) Goffs UK August £24,000
Bc - Mad Annie (by Anabaa) Goffs UK August not sold
Bc - Margrets Gift (by Major Cadeaux) Tattersalls October 40,000gns
Bf - Millinsky (by Stravinsky) Tattersalls October not sold
Bc - Miss Lesley (by Needwood Blade) Goffs UK December £15,000
Bf - Mortitia (by Dansili) Tattersalls October not sold
Bc - Nellie Ellis (by Compton Place) Tatts IRE September not sold
Bf - Period Piece (by Intikhab) SGA September €10,000
Bf - Punchie (by Lucky Story) Tattersalls October 5,000gns
Bf - Quiet Elegance (by Fantastic Light) Tattersalls October 800gns
Bf - Razzle (by Green Desert) Goffs UK August £9,000
Bc - Rememberance Day (by Major Cadeaux) Tattersalls October 5,000gns
Bc - Rosabee (by No Excuse Needed) Tattersalls October withdrawn
Bc - Say A Prayer (by Indesatchel) Tatts IRE September €5,500 (p/s)
Bf - So Discreet (by Tragic Role) Goffs UK October not sold
Bc - Some Diva (by Dr Fong) Tattersalls October 20,000gns
Brc - State Anthem (by Royal Applause) Goffs October €7,500
Brc - Sukuma (by Highest Honor) Goffs UK August £12,000
Bc - Symphonic Dancer (by Smart Strike) Tattersalls October 3,000gns
Bf - Virtuality (by Elusive Quality) Goffs UK October £5,000
Bf - Wether Girl (by Major Cadeaux) Goffs UK August £32,000
Well-beaten on soft ground on his only outing as a two-year-old, Morpheus won three of his seven starts at three and this capable miler, who was rated 98 by Timeform, was fourth in the Haafhd Handicap (Silver Cambridgeshire) over nine furlongs at Newmarket on his final run.
That might not sound like the sort of racing record that would secure a colt a place at a leading flat stud farm and that would bring him 142 mares in his first season, but this son of Oasis Dream (by Green Desert) is a half-brother to the undefeated Timeform 147-rated superstar Frankel (by Galileo) and that relationship is what has been his major selling point.
His first foals made up to €46,000.
Frankel, of course, was a leading freshman sire in 2016 and his first three-year-olds include a double-digit tally of pattern winners, headed by Japanese champion and classic heroine Soul Stirring. The Banstead Manor Stud celebrity has made an exciting start as a stallion.
Their multiple Group 1-winning sibling Noble Mission (by Galileo), who stands at Lane's End Farm in Kentucky, has his first yearlings now, and half-brother Bullet Train (by Sadler's Wells), who stands at Crestwood Farm in Kentucky, got a stakes winner among his first juveniles in 2016.
None of this guarantees that Morpheus will hit the jackpot, of course, even though a growing number of sons of Oasis Dream are siring stakes winners, but he has received plenty of support, he is at a stud that has a well-established track record of turning non-stakes winning stallions into notably successful sires, and there is every reason to hope that he can be their next success story.
Being inbred 3x3 to Danzig (by Northern Dancer) may increase his chance of getting sprinters and talented two-year-olds, although many of his better first-crop juvenile winners may come from the more precociously bred and raced mares, and those with a track record of producing two-year-old winners.
It is possible, however, given his racing and pedigree profile, that his best long-term results will come with milers and even 10-furlong horses aged three and upwards, although, again with the right mares, he has prospects of getting some high-class sprinters too. He looks a likely candidate to get some stakes and pattern winners.
MORPHEUS (GB) – b.2010 – Oasis Dream – Kind, 3 wins. Sire in Ireland. First foals in 2016.
bf - Aghinish (by Choisir) Goffs Feb not sold
bc - Alexander Confranc (by Magical Wonder) Goffs Oct €3,000 (p/s)
bc - Alexander Duchess (by Desert Prince) Tattersalls IRE Sept €9,000
bc - Beau Petite (by Kyllachy) Tattersalls Oct 11,500gns
bc - Becuille (by Redback) Tattersalls Oct withdrawn
bc - Bokhara Silk (by Barathea) Tattersalls IRE Sept €8,000
bf - Bon Expresso (by Spectrum) Goffs Oct withdrawn
bc - Cakestown Lady (by Petorius) Tattersalls IRE Sept not sold
bc - Cheworee (by Milk It Mick) Goffs UK Aug £28,000
bf - Church Mice (by Petardia) Goffs UK Aug £17,000
bf - Compton Girl (by Compton Place) Tattersalls IRE Sept €10,500
bc - Dafariyna (by Nashwan) Tattersalls IRE Sept €35,000
bf - Daliyana (by Cadeaux Genereux) Tattersalls IRE Ascot Sept not sold
bc - Daloisi (by Marchand De Sable) Tattersalls IRE Sept €2,500
bf - Desert Aisling (by Verglas) Goffs Oct €7,000
bf - Diamond Finesse (by Red Clubs) Goffs Oct €4,000
bc - Dubai Princess (by Dubai Destination) Goffs Sept €22,000
brf - Emirates Hills (by Dubawi) Goffs Sept €10,000
bf - Enchanting Way (by Linamix) Goffs UK Aug £20,000 (p/s)
bf - Face The Storm (by Barathea) Goffs UK Aug £9,000
bc - Fingal Nights (by Night Shift) Goffs UK Aug £8,000
bc - Flamanda (by Niniski) Goffs Oct €23,000
bc - Flame Of Hibernia (by One Cool Cat) Tattersalls IRE Sept €5,000
bc - Flash And Dazzle (by Bertolini) Goffs UK Aug not sold
bc - Gatamalata (by Spartacus) Tattersalls IRE Sept €28,000
bc - Gin Twist (by Invincible Spirit) Goffs UK Aug £15,000
bf - Glasnas Giant (by Giant's Causeway) Tattersalls IRE Sept €7,000
bc - Glen Ginnie (by Red Clubs) Goffs Sept €80,000
bf - Grasshoppergreen (by Barathea) Goffs Oct not sold
bf - Greta d'Argent (by Great Commotion) Goffs Sept €34,000
bc - Hapipi (by Bertolini) Tattersalls Oct 30,000gns
bc - Heartstrings (by Invincible Spirit) Tattersalls IRE Sept €17,000
bf - Holly's Kid (by Pulpit) Goffs Sept €15,000
bf - Inishmac (by Danehill Dancer) Goffs Oct not sold
bc - Isolde's Return (by Avonbridge) Goffs Sept €6,000
bc - Kenyan Cat (by One Cool Cat) Goffs UK Aug £6,000
bc - La Chinampina (by Darshaan) Tattersalls IRE Sept €6,000
bc - Lady Pursuit (by Jeremy) Goffs Feb €4,000
bc - Lady Pursuit (by Jeremy) Tattersalls Oct not sold
bf - Lilium (by Nashwan) Tattersalls Oct 62,000gns
bf - Lipsia (by Dubai Destination) Goffs Oct €17,000
bc - Lovegood (by Desert Style) Goffs UK Aug withdrawn
bc - Magilini (by Bertolini) Goffs Sept €12,000
bc - Malthouse Mistress (by Peintre Celebre) Goffs UK Aug not sold
bf - Mercury Blue (by Montjeu) Goffs Oct not sold
bc - Misellie (by Excellent Art) Goffs Sept €16,000
bc - Miss Glitters (by Chevalier) Tattersalls IRE Sept €15,000
bf - Miss Inferno (by Tagula) Tattersalls IRE Sept not sold
bf - Naias (by Namid) Goffs Sept withdrawn
bf - Phi Phi (by Fasliyev) Tattersalls IRE Sept €15,000
bc - Pure Folly (by Machiavellian) Goffs Feb €18,000
bc - Red Roar (by Chineur) Tattersalls IRE Sept not sold
bc - Red Rosanna (by Bertolini) Goffs UK Aug £36,000
bc - Red Trance (by Soviet Star) Tattersalls IRE Sept €16,000
bc - River Beau (by Galileo) Tattersalls Oct 10,000gns
bf - Rose of Battle (by Averti) Tattersalls IRE Sept €5,500
bf - Royal Esteem (by Mark of Esteem) Goffs UK Aug £10,000
bc - Run To Jane (by Doyoun) Tattersalls IRE Sept not sold
bc - Sand N Sea (by Desert Story) Tattersalls IRE Sept €16,000
grc - Sharp And Smart (by Dark Angel) Goffs Feb not sold
grc - Sharp And Smart (by Dark Angel) Tattersalls IRE Sept €13,000
bc - Sheppard's Watch (by Night Shift) Goffs UK Aug £55,000
bf - Silver Cache (by Silver Hawk) Tattersalls Oct 7,000gns
bf - Sinful Pleasure (by Sinndar) Goffs Oct not sold
b/grc - Sliabh Aniaran (by Oratorio) Goffs Oct €4,500
bf - Spinning Wold (by Spinning World) Goffs Oct not sold
bf - Subtle Shimmer (by Danehill Dancer) Tattersalls IRE Sept €7,500
bc - Sweet Power (by Pivotal) Goffs UK Aug £9,000
bf - Timeless Whisper (by Footstepsinthesand) Goffs Oct not sold
bc - Tizzy Lizzy (by Bushranger) Tattersalls IRE Sept €7,500
bc - Tomintoul Singer (by Johannesburg) Goffs UK Aug £17,000
bc - Treacle Noir (by Raise A Grand) Goffs UK Aug £13,000
bf - Viva Espagna (by Elusive City) Arqana Aug €30,000
bc - Winter Song (by Pivotal) Goffs UK Aug £29,000
bf - Yaqoot (by Pivotal) Goffs Oct withdrawn
bf - Your Opinion (by Xaar) Goffs Oct withdrawn
bf - Zamra (by Azamour) Tattersalls Oct 1,500gns
bc - Zinstar (by Sinndar) Goffs Sept €15,000
A growing number of the Oasis Dream (by Green Desert) stallions are siring stakes winners, which represents a promising start, and in 2016 they included Showcasing, sire of the dual Group 1-winning sprint star Quiet Reflection, and blacktype sires Approve, Aqlaam, Arcano, Captain Gerrard, and Power.
His younger sons include Gale Force Ten, who Timeform rated 115 at two and 118 at three. Coach House and Morpheus also have their first yearlings now.
Gale Force Ten, an Irish National Stud stallion, covered 160 mares in his first season, so he will not be short of representatives. His first foals made up to €52,000.
He was a £280,000 yearling, he won a six-furlong maiden in very soft ground at the Curragh in June of his two-year-old season, was runner-up to Reckless Abandon in the Group 2 Norfolk Stakes at Royal Ascot shortly afterwards, and finished third behind that same rival in the Group 1 Middle Park Stakes at Newmarket.
At three, he won the seven-furlong Listed Patton Stakes at Dundalk and the Group 3 Jersey Stakes on fast ground at Ascot, and he chased home Magician in the Group 1 Irish 2000 Guineas. The best of his subsequent form were a sixth-place finish behind Lethal Force in the Group 1 July Cup and fourth behind Maxios in the Group 1 Prix du Moulin de Longchamp.
Gale Force Ten is the first foal out of the Listed Warwickshire Oaks winner Ronaldsay (by Kirkwall) and that mare's siblings include Crackle (by Anshan), dam of the dual US Grade 3 scorer Pickle (by Piccolo). That filly, in turn, is the dam of the prolific listed sprint scorer Gusto (by Oasis Dream).
His grandam, Crackling (by Electric) won at three and four years of age but her two best siblings we best as juveniles. Bianca Nera (by Salse), Ireland's two-year-old filly champion of 1996, won the Group 1 Moyglare Stud Stakes and she is the grandam of the multiple Group 1 star Postponed (by Dubawi), of Grade 1-placed Grade 3 scorer Turning Top (by Pivotal), of Group 3 Winter Derby winner Robin Hoods Bay (by Motivator), and of this year's Listed Aphrodite Stakes heroine God Given (by Nathaniel).
The other of Crackling's notable siblings is Hotelgenie Dot Com (by Selkirk), who is a little more closely related to Ronaldsay than is Bianca Nera. She was runner-up in the Group 1 Moyglare Stud Stakes and third in the Group 1 Fillies' Mile, her classic-placed daughter Simply Perfect (by Danehill) took both the Group 1 Falmouth Stakes and Group 1 Fillies' Mile, and her grandson Bondi Beach (by Galileo) is a Group 1 St Leger-placed dual 14-furlong pattern scorer.
Birch Creek (by Carwhite) is the third dam of Gale Force Ten, she earned her blacktype when finishing third in the Group 3 Premio Royal Mares, and her blacktype siblings include Great Deeds (by Forzando), a Group 3 Ballyogan Stakes winner who was runner-up in the Group 2 Flying Childers Stakes.
Gale Force Ten's pedigree represents a mixture of speed and stamina, he was a classic-placed seven-furlong Group 3 scorer, he represents the Green Desert sire line, and he has been popular with breeders.
The distance preferences of his offspring may depend on what their dams contribute, and although he can be expected to get some useful two-year-olds, his best results may come with his three-year-olds and older horses.
GALE FORCE TEN (GB) – b.2011 – Oasis Dream – Ronaldsay, 3 wins inc Jersey Stakes (Gr3), Patton Stakes (L), 2nd Irish 2000 Guineas (Gr1), Norfolk Stakes (Gr2), 3rd Middle Park Stakes (Gr1). Sire in Ireland. First foals in 2016.
chf - Agustapower (by Hawk Wing) Goffs Oct not sold
bc - Algoma (by Monsun) BBAG Oct €15,000
bc - Altogether (by King's Best) Tattersalls Oct 21,000gns
bc - Arabela (by Medicean) Goffs Feb €2,200 (p/s)
bc - Arabela (by Medicean) Tattersalls Oct 5,700gns
bc - Are You Mine (by Nayef) Tattersalls Sept €11,500
chc - Ashdali (by Grand Lodge) Tattersalls Sept €15,000
bc - Aubusson (by Montjeu) Tattersalls IRE Sept €14,000
bc - Beacon of Hope (by Barathea) Goffs Sept withdrawn
chf - Bella Miranda (by Sinndar) Goffs Feb not sold
chf - Bigalo's Laura B (by Needwood Blade) Goffs Oct €4,200
chf - Blue Daze (by Danzero) Goffs Oct €5,500
bc - Blue Lightning (by Machiavellian) Goffs Oct €12,500
bc - City Vaults Girl (by Oratorio) Tattersalls Oct 38,000gns (p/s)
bf - Cocktail Hour (by Notnowcato) Goffs Oct €7,000
bf - Dalliefour (by Cape Cross) Goffs UK Aug £4,000
bc - Diminish (by Raven's Pass) Goffs UK Aug £11,000
bc - Douro (by Manduro) Tattersalls Sept €15,000
chc - Drastic Measure (by Pivotal) Tattersalls IRE Sept €2,000
bc - Elegant Girl (by Amadeus Wolf) Goffs Oct €5,000
bf - Evening Dress (by Medicean) Tattersalls IRE Sept €3,500
bc - Fancy Feathers (by Redback) Goffs UK Aug £45,000
bf - Fondant Fancy (by Falbrav) Goffs Feb €1,600
bf - Fondant Fancy (by Falbrav) Goffs Oct not sold
bf - Gabriella Klon (by Ashkalani) Tattersalls IRE Ascot Sept not sold
bf - Gemma's Delight (by Clodovil) Goffs Feb €1,000
bf - Hadya (by Teofilo) Goffs Oct withdrawn
bc - Hflah (by Dubawi) Goffs UK Aug £60,000
bc - Impasse (by Dansili) Goffs Sept not sold
chf - Incoming Call (by Red Ransom) Tattersalls Nov not sold
chf - Indian Angel (by Indian Ridge) Goffs UK Aug £31,000
bf - Issarose (by Ishiguru) Tattersalls Sept €16,000
chc - Jimmy's Girl (by Equiano) Goffs Feb €12,500
chc - Jimmy's Girl (by Equiano) Goffs Sept not sold
chf - Just One Smile (by Desert Prince) Goffs Feb €2,200
bf - Kimberely Bay (by Trade Fair) Goffs Feb not sold
bf - Kimberley Bay (by Trade Fair) Tattersalls IRE Sept €8,500
bc - Ksenia (by Tejano Run) Goffs Oct not sold
chf - Kuaicoss (by Lujain) Tattersalls IRE Sept €20,000
bf - Lady Elsie (by Singspiel) Goffs Sept €7,000
bc - Lafite (by Robellino) Tattersalls IRE Ascot Sept £17,500
bc - Liesl (by Iffraaj) Tattersalls IRE Sept €11,000
bf - Lilac Mist (by Spectrum) Tattersalls Sept €19,000
bc - Luxuria (by Kheleyf) Goffs UK Aug £18,000
chc - Ma Nikitia (by Camacho) Goffs Sept €30,000
bc - Main Opinion (by Ivan Denisovich) Tattersalls IRE Sept €7,000
bf - Miss Chaumiere (by Selkirk) Goffs Oct withdrawn
bf - Miss Megs (by Croco Rouge) Goffs Sept €7,000 (p/s)
bc - Mixora (by Mizzen Mast) Goffs Sept €22,000
bf - Night Cam (by Night Shift) Goffs Oct €3,500
bf - No Greater Love (by Stravinsky) Goffs Feb not sold
bc - Ocean Bluff (by Dalakhani) Goffs Oct €3,000 (p/s)
bf - On My Knees (by Fasliyev) Goffs Oct €14,000
bc - Paper Dreams (by Green Desert) Goffs Oct €4,200
bc - Paris Glory (by Honour And Glory) Tattersalls Sept €65,000
bc - Perfect Blossom (by One Cool Cat) Goffs Sept €20,000
bc - Peryzat (by Mastercraftsman) Tattersalls IRE Sept €8,500
bf - Plumbago Blue (by Manduro) Goffs Oct €2,500
bc - Popocatepetl (by Nashwan) Goffs Sept €3,000 (p/s)
bc - Queen Myrine (by Oratorio) Tattersalls Sept €28,000
bc - Reina De Luz (by Echo Of Light) Goffs Oct €4,000
bc - Retrato (by Fusaichi Pegasus) Goffs Feb €1,200
bc - Retrato (by Fusaichi Pegasus) Goffs Oct €5,200
bc - Rhythm of The Sea (by Bushranger) Tattersalls Oct 6,000gns
bc - Rosa Grace (by Lomitas) Goffs UK Aug not sold
bc - Rosa Grace (by Lomitas) Goffs Oct €24,000
bf - Safqa (by Singspiel) Goffs Sept €6,000
bc - Sapphire Spray (Viking Ruler) Tattersalls Oct 33,000gns
bc - Sinead (by Irish River) Goffs Feb not sold
bc - Sinead (by Irish River) Goffs Oct not sold
bf - Singapore Fairy (by Sagacity) Arqana Oct withdrawn
chf - Sli Na Fiarana (by Dr Fong) Goffs Oct €3,500
bf - Swift Winged (by Motivator) Arqana Oct €15,000 (p/s)
bf - Tarot Card (by Fasliyev) Goffs Sept €30,000
bf - Tides (by Bahamian Bounty) Goffs Oct €10,000
bf - Viola Da Gamba (by Alhaarth) Goffs Feb €1,000
bf - Viola Da Gamba (by Alhaarth) Goffs Oct not sold
bc - Zaziyra (by Dalakhani) Tattersalls Sept not sold
Group 1 star and leading sire Oasis Dream (by Green Desert) has made a promising start with his stallion sons. Showcasing, Arcano, Aqlaam, Captain Gerrard, Approve and Power have all sired blacktype winners. Having covered 108 mares in his first season at Bucklands Farms & Stud in Gloucestershire, there will be many who expect to see Coach House add his name to that list.
His first foals made up to 38,000gns.
He was trained by Aidan O'Brien, finished runner-up in a Curragh maiden in early April of his two-year-old season, then ran away with a similar contest on soft ground at Tipperary before taking the Listed Marble Hill Stakes on fast ground back at Ireland's headquarters.
He then chased home No Nay Never in the Group 2 Norfolk Stakes at Royal Ascot, was a beaten odds-on favourite when only third to Sudirman in the Group 2 Railway Stakes nine days later, and was not seen out again.
Coach House, whom Timeform rated 107, is a half-brother to current two-year-old Butterscotch (by Galileo), an Aidan O'Brien-trained filly who won her maiden by five lengths at the Curragh in late June and then chased home Clemmie in the Group 3 Grangecon Stud Stakes over the same course and distance just four days later.
He is the first foal out of the six-furlong Group 3 Ballyogan Stakes winner Lesson In Humility (by Mujadil), a six-time scorer whose tally also included listed contests at Goodwood and Nottingham. She was beaten by just a neck when runner-up in another listed contest, by a head when runner-up to Serious Attitude in the Group 3 Summer Stakes at York, and her placings also included third in both the Group 1 Golden Jubilee Stakes and Group 1 Prix Maurice de Gheest.
Her half-sister Boastful (by Clodovil) won a mile listed contest at Goodwood and was placed in both the Group 3 Chipchase Stakes over six and in the Group 3 Fairy Bridge Stakes over seven and a half furlongs.
Their three-year-old sibling is the Andrew Balding-trained Poet's Vanity (by Poet's Voice) who was fourth in the maiden won by Wuheida, then romped home by 10 lengths at Salisbury before taking the Group 3 Oh So Sharp Stakes. She has run three times so far in 2017, finishing third to Daban in the Group 3 Nell Gwyn Stakes, unplaced behind Winter in the 1000 Guineas and then fourth to Harry Angel in the Group 2 Sandy Lane Stakes.
Vanity (by Thatching), the grandam of Coach House, was placed a few times and the best of her siblings is Ffestiniog (by Efisio), the stakes-winning dam of the pattern-winning sprinter Eisteddfod (by Cadeaux Genereux), the Group 3-winning milers Border Patrol (by Selkirk) and Boston Lodge (by Grand Lodge), and also of the Grade 2-placed Brecon Beacon (by Spectrum).
It looks a fair bet that some of Coach House's offspring will be speedy and precocious, and with his pedigree profile it is possible that he could get some talented sprinters and milers, at all ages.
COACH HOUSE (IRE) – b.2011 – Oasis Dream – Lesson In Humility, 2 wins inc Marble Hill Stakes (L), 2nd Norfolk Stakes (Gr2), 3rd Railway Stakes (Gr2). Sire in England. First foals in 2016.
chc - Bengers Lass (by Orientate) Goffs UK Aug £10,000
chf - Bird Key (by Cadeaux Genereux) Goffs Sept €68,000
bc - Blissamore (by Kyllachy) Tattersalls Oct 28,000gns
bf - Bookiesindexdotnet (by Piccolo) Tattersalls Oct not sold
chc - Bustling Darcey (by Assertive) Goffs UK Aug withdrawn
bc - Circadian Rhythm (by Lujain) Goffs UK Aug not sold
chf - Concentration (by Mind Game) Tattersalls Feb 3,000gns
chc - Cocabana (by Captain Rio) Goffs UK Aug £13,000
bf - Debutante Blues (by Dubawi) Tattersalls IRE Ascot Sept £3,500
bc - Ella Rosie (by Dubai Destination) Tattersalls Oct not sold
chf - First Term (by Acclamation) Goffs UK Aug withdrawn
bc - Funny Enough (by Dansili) Tattersalls Oct 125,000gns
bc - Gumhrear (by Kodiac) Tattersalls IRE Sept withdrawn
bc - Gumhrear (by Kodiac) Tattersalls Nov not sold
bc - Kummel Excess (by Exceed And Excel) Goffs UK Aug £24,000
chc - Lady Le Quesne (by Alhaarth) Goffs UK Aug £18,000
bc - Lily Lily (by Efisio) Tattersalls Oct 10,000gns
chc - Mandy Layla (by Excellent Art) Tattersalls IRE Ascot Sept not sold
chc - Martha (by Alhaarth) Goffs UK Aug £16,000 (p/s)
bc - Microwave (by Fastnet Rock) Tattersalls IRE Ascot Sept £18,000
bc - Minnola (by Royal Applause) Goffs UK Aug £22,000
bf - Moss Likely (by Clodovil) Tattersalls IRE Ascot Sept £9,000
chf - Numanthia (by Barathea) Tattersalls IRE Ascot Sept £1,200
bc - Pelican Key (by Mujadil) Tattersalls Oct 50,000gns
bf - Poulaine Bleue (by Bertolini) Tattersalls Oct 12,000gns
bc - Really Ransom (by Red Ransom) Goffs UK Aug withdrawn
bc - Really Ransom (by Red Ransom) Goffs Oct withdrawn
bf - Right Rave (by Soviet Star) Tattersalls IRE Ascot Sept £21,000
bc - Satin Braid (by Diktat) Goffs UK Aug £2,500
bf - Spia (by Diesis) Tattersalls IRE Ascot Sept £2,000
bf - Style Award (by Acclamation) Tattersalls IRE Ascot Sept £3,000
bf - Sunny Side Up (by Refuse To Bend) Tattersalls IRE Ascot Sept not sold
bc - Tekhania (by Dalakhani) Tattersalls IRE Sept €14,000
bc - With Charm (by Dubawi) Tattersalls Feb 11,000gns
bc - With Charm (by Dubawi) Tattersalls IRE Sept €14,000
This high-class horse thoroughly earned his place at stud and he is one of a growing number of stallion sons of Banstead Manor Stud's sprint champion and classic sire Oasis Dream (by Green Desert). He stands at Haras du Saz in France.
A 240,000gns yearling, he is out of Wendylina (by In The Wings), who is an unraced half-sister to Group 1 Prix de Diane (French Oaks) heroine Caerlina (by Caerleon). She also won the Group 3 Prix de la Nonette, she was runner-up in the Group 1 Prix Marcel Boussac, third in the Group 1 Poule d'Essai des Pouliches (French 1000 Guineas), she is the dam of the dual classic-placed filly La Nuit Rose (by Rainbow Quest), and grandam of the Group/Grade 2 scorers Tam Lin (by Selkirk) and Curren Mirotic (by Heart's Cry).
Dinalina (by Top Ville), who also produced a listed scorer and several other blacktype earners, is out of Shahinaaz (by Venture), who won the Prix de l'Obelisque and was second in the Prix de Royallieu, and that made her a half-sister to Group 3 Doncaster Cup scorer Karadar (by Rheingold) and to Group 3 Princess Royal Stakes winner Karamita (by Shantung), dam of the dual Group 1 star Kartajana (by Shernazar).
There are many other talented horses in the family, although they are but distantly related to Sri Putra, a stallion who looks likely to get milers and middle-distance horses, and with the right mares, potentially some useful juveniles.
SRI PUTRA (GB) – b.2006 – Oasis Dream – Wendylina, 7 wins inc York Stakes (Gr2), Prix Guillaume d'Ornano (Gr2), Earl of Sefton Stakes (Gr3), Solario Stakes (Gr3), Paradise Stakes (L), 2nd Coral-Eclipse Stakes (Gr1), International Bosphorus Trophy (Gr2), Glorious Stakes (Gr3), 3rd Prince of Wales's Stakes (Gr1), Coral-Eclipse Stakes (Gr1). Sire in France. First foals in 2015.
YEARLINGS CATALOGUED (updated)
bc - Affair (by Montjeu) Arqana Nov not sold
bf – Bits Of Paradise (by Desert Prince) Arqana Feb €5,500
bc – Cashmere Rose (by Cape Cross) Osarus Sept not sold
chf – Cormeilles (by Dubawi) Osarus Sept not sold
bf - Iskanderia (by Johann Quatz) Osarus Nov €8,000
bf – Kamate (by Early March) Osarus Sept not sold
bc – La Primavera (by Johann Quatz) Osarus Sept not sold
bc - Margie Queen (by Sternkonig) Arqana Oct €12,000
bc – Miryea (by Shining Steel) Osarus Sept €7,000
chf - Montagne Lointaine (by Numerous) Arqana Oct €9,000
bc - Osceola (by Layman) Arqana Oct not sold
bc – Quatz Melody (by Johann Quatz) Osarus Sept not sold
bf - Reallymissgreeley (by Mr Greeley) Arqana Nov €6,000
bc - Reine Violette (by Fly To The Stars) Arqana Oct €11,000
bf - Salsavina (by Fly To The Stars) Arqana Nov €5,500
bf - Sienna Bella (by Anabaa) Arqana Nov €8,000
bc – Stronger (by Early March) Osarus Sept (p/s) €6,000
bc - Surning Love (by Johann Quatz) Arqana Nov not sold
bf – Zycia (by Bishop Of Cashel) Osarus Sept withdrawn
bf - Zycia (by Bishop Of Cashel) Osarus Nov not sold
Stallion sons of Oasis Dream (by Green Desert) have been producing some notable results and in classic-placed stakes winner we have a horse who was also precocious: he beat Slade Power by four lengths in a six-furlong Curragh maiden in May of his two-year-old season. He made €500,000 as a yearling and he comes from a prolific blacktype family often noted for its speed.
He later finished third in the Group 1 Middle Park Stakes, beaten just a length behind the winner Crusade. At three he finished third to Power in the Group 1 Irish 2000 Guineas, and at four he was a neck runner-up to Hitchens in the Group 3 Greenlands Stakes before taking a seven-furlong listed contest at Naas.
Reply's half-brother Indian Days (by Daylami) got middle-distance stamina from his sire rather than showing the family's pace, he won the Group 3 John Porter Stakes and two editions of the Group 2 International Bosphorus Trophy, and he took up stallion duties in Turkey. Their other notable sibling, the ill-fated Biniou (by Mozart), was the son of a sprint champion and he got his listed race wins and several pattern placings over five and six furlongs.
Cap Coz (by Indian Ridge), who is the dam of Reply, made a winning debut over five and a half furlongs at Chantilly in May of her two-year-old season, won a seven-furlong listed contest just under two months later, and she was twice Group 3 placed over that same trip. The first was her half-length defeat by Lady Vettori in the Group 3 Prix du Calvados at Deauville and the second, the following summer, was a half-length defeat by Josr Algarhoud in the Group 3 Prix de la Porte Maillot at Longchamp.
Pont-Aven (by Try My Best), the grandam of Reply, chased home Houseproud in the Group 1 Poule d'Essai des Pouliches (French 1000 Guineas) but won the Group 3 Prix de Saint-Georges over five furlongs and was beaten by a nose by Lugana Beach in the Group 3 Prix du Petit Couvert.
Her star daughter was the dual Group 2 Prix du Gros-Chene heroine Sainte Marine (by Kenmare), who also won the Group 3 Prix de Saint-Georges and a five-furlong listed contest and was twice runner-up in the Group 1 Nunthorpe Stakes. In 1998 she chased home one-length winner Lochangel, before taking third to My Best Valentine in the Group 1 Prix de l'Abbaye de Longchamp, and in 1999 it was Stravinsky who beat her at York.
Pont-Aven's top son was Josr Algarhoud, one of the fastest horses by middle-distance star and influence Darshaan (by Shirley Heights). The lightly-raced colt won the Group 2 Gimcrack Stakes, Group 3 Beeswing Stakes and Group 3 Prix de la Porte Maillot, he chased home Cape Cross in the Group 2 Celebration Mile, and was third in the Group 2 Challenge Stakes, although he achieved only moderate success at stud.
The mare was also responsible for the pattern-placed stakes winner Traou Mad (by Barathea), whose stakes-placed daughter Roscoff (by Daylami) has done her part for the family by producing the Group 2 Gran Criterium and Group 3 Premio Parioli scorer Hero Look (by Lope De Vega).
Albacora (by Fairy King), a half-sister to Pont-Aven, got her blacktype success over seven and a half furlongs and later became the dam of the Listed Cheshire Oaks winner Hammiya (by Darshaan). That filly, in turn, if the dam of the 10-furlong German listed scorer Shaquira (by Redoute's Choice) and of the stakes-placed miler Adhwaa (by Oasis Dream).
The fourth dam of Reply is leading Canadian juvenile Gay Apparel (by Up Spirits), a mare from whom a variety of stakes and pattern winners descend, including the recent Goodwood Group 3 scorer Al Jazi (by Canford Cliffs), although their relationship to this young stallion is remote.
Reply stands for just €2,000 at Haras d'Ayguemorte in France. Many of his progeny are likely to race in that country, and with his pedigree and racing credentials it is entirely possible that he could get some smart handicappers or even blacktype horses in the sprinters or milers division.
REPLY (IRE) – b.2009 – Oasis Dream – Cap Coz, 3 winc inc Owenstown Stud Stakes (L), 2nd Greenlands Stakes (Gr3), 3rd Irish 2000 Guineas (Gr1), Middle Park Stakes (Gr1). Sire in France. First foals in 2015.
YEARLINGS CATALOGUED (updated)
bf – Bawinanga (by Dubawi) Osarus Sept not sold
bc - Green Dawar (by Sendawar) Arqana Nov not sold
bf – Gwenhwyfar (by Cacique) Osarus Sept not sold
bf - Miss Possibility (by Chimes Band) Arqana Oct
bf – Ovidie (by Gold Away) Osarus Sept not sold
bf – Shall We Dance (by Nombre Premier) Osarus Sept €5,000
bc – Voyante (by Coroner) Osarus Sept not sold
bc – Wicca (by Invincible Spirit) Osarus Sept €5,000
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