A commanding run saw Subjectivist, a three-year-old son of Teofilo, cement an easy victory in the G3 March Stakes at Goodwood on Saturday, 29 August. Jumping to the fore, the colt travelled comfortably under jockey Joe Fanning, making all and pulling clear in the final two furlongs to win by an astonishing fifteen lengths, putting him into contention for this year's G1 St Leger.
Bred by Mascalls Stud, Subjectivist is a half-brother to Sir Ron Priestly, who took the same G3 contest last season. They are out of the Listed-placed Danehill Dancer mare Reckoning, a half-sister to G3-placed Hope Cross, herself out of a winning Halling half-sister to the dual G3-placed Chivalrous. The third dam is a winning own-sister to G1 Gran Criterium hero and sire Sholokhov.
Subjectivist is the 50th Group winner for his sire Teofilo following a brilliant season that saw him sire three individual G1 winners. These include the three-year-old Tawkeel, winner of the G1 Prix Saint Alary, and G1 Preis von Europa heroine Donjah.