This beautifully-bred filly looks an ideal type for trainer William Knight, who did so well with a similar type of Biddestone Racing's, a filly called Modernstone, who won prize money in excess of £50,000 and was placed second in two Listed races. She is a scopey and good-walking filly, who was put into pre-training for education as a two-year-old and will now be ready to run in May as a mature three-year-old. This filly is a half-sister to the Gr.1 winner Dariana and Gr.3-placed winner Macfuff, out of a Listed-placed winning dam who has produced six winners from her first seven runners! This filly is currently unnamed and all Partners will be invited make name suggestions.
UPDATE: This filly is in full work and goes nicely. William Knight is planning to give her a first run before the end of this month, and her sire is doing particularly and recently was responsible for the 1,000 Guineas winner.
Her sire: CHAMPS ELYSEES is a son of supersire Danehill and is himself a full-brother to Group 1 stallions Dansili and Cacique. His best performers include the Group 1 Royal Ascot Gold Cup winner Trip To Paris, the Group 3 winner and Irish Oaks second Jack Naylor, while in 2017 he enjoyed Listed success with Dal Harraild and two Gr.3 triumphs with Suffused. At the time of writing he is the sire of 52% winners to runners.
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Her dam: BELDARIAN is a superbly-bred and high-class broodmare. She is the dam of six winners from her first seven runners to date, headed by the Gr.1 Channel Seven Queensland Derby winner Dariana, she is also the dam of the dual-Gr.3 placed and five-time winner Macduff, and the three-time winner and 90-rated (RPR) Belle Of The Lodge. Beldarian is a daughter of the top sire of broodmares and sires Last Tycoon, she herself won three races at three years and she was placed second in the Listed Ballyroan Stakes at Leopardstown.
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