First crop sire Harry Angel sired a new impressive winner on Monday, 29 August when his juvenile daughter Marine Wave easily won at Southwell. After a promising debut run at Ripon, the Richard Fahey-trained filly was more streetwise over the minimum trip and was not extended to win by one-and-a-quarter lengths.
Marine Wave is the second winner bred by the Kheleyf mare Ambiguous, who is a herself a half-sister to two G1-winning sprinters in Tangerine Trees and Alpha Delphini.
Champion sprinter Harry Angel has now sired 12 first-crop winners including the G2-placed colts Marshman and Vicious Harry. When running second in the G2 Gimcrack, Marshman put up the leading performance of any first season sire in Europe this season.