Farhh added a new Stakes winner to his record on Sunday, 7 July when his progressive son Far Above made a successful trip to Deauville, landing the six-furlong Listed Prix Kistena.
Settled in the middle of the pack, the James Tate-trained colt was asked to quicken once past the two-furlong marker and got up close to home to win by a short neck.
This was his third win of the year, having broken his maiden at Newmarket on his debut back in April. Earlier this month, he recorded a five-length triumph at Windsor, earning him this step up in class.
Farhh is also sire this year of G2 Duke Of Cambridge winner Move Swiftly, plus multiple Group winner Dee Ex Bee, who finished second in this year’s G1 Gold Cup, also at Royal Ascot. Farhh’s son King Of Change was second in the 2,000 Guineas.