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Daughter of Sepoy an easy winner of the G3 Fred Darling Stakes

Sepoy's G1 performer Dabyah put herself firmly in the picture for the 1,000 Guineas at Newmarket in a fortnight's time

Priceless storms to a five-length victory in Listed Lansdown Stakes

Exceed And Excel filly Priceless made a perfect seasonal debut and looks to be a smart sprinter in the making, running out a


Tributes paid to one of racing's great modern-day sires

Godolphin and Darley have been paying tribute to Cape Cross, a foundation sire of the global breeding operation, who has been put down aged 23, following complications associated w


270,000 guineas for a colt by Sepoy and 210,000 guineas for a son of Dawn Approach the highlights of another superb day’s trading

The 2017 Tattersalls Craven Breeze Up Sale concluded last night and saw yet more success for the Darley stallions, following an outstanding first day on Tuesday.


Exceed And Excel, Shamardal and first-season sire Epaulette prove popular at Tattersalls

The opening session of the 2017 Tattersalls Craven Breeze Up Sale saw an incredible day’s trade with the average up 48% and the median up 83% on last year.


Son of Raven’s Pass adds to his excellent record in the Listed Premio Natale di Roma

The consistent Greg Pass, a five-year-old son of Raven’s Pass, landed his fifth Stakes contest on Monday 17 April when


Son of Helmet easily lands the Listed Premio Gardone

Helmet’s three-year-old son Anda Muchacho took the step up into Stakes company in his stride on Sunday 16 April when landin


Aljazzi wins well in the Listed Snowdrop Fillies’ Stakes

Shamardal’s four-year-old daughter Aljazzi started her 2017 season in perfect style on Saturday 15 April when winning th


The first European foals by Champion Sprinter Brazen Beau are now on the ground and they're certainly thriving

When Brazen Beau joined Darley’s European roster in 2016, the striking son of I Am Invincible soon caught the eye of breeders in the northern hemisphere.


G1-winning son of Manduro wins the Prix Jacques Laffitte

Ultra, a four-year-old son of Manduro, showed his class at Maisons-Laffitte on Monday 10 April when running out a very easy winner of


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