New stakes winner for New Approach

Bel Aristo lands the Listed Prix Scaramouche

Bel Aristo, a three-year-old son of New Approach landed the Listed Prix Scaramouche at Saint-Cloud on Friday, 1 October.

Trained by F. Chappet, the improving colt showed no issues stepping up to Listed company following a maiden won at Clairefontaine at the end of August. Settled in midfield, Bel Aristo responded well in the final two furlongs, taking the upper hand in the final stages to win by a length and a half.

Bred by Haras d’Haspel he is out of the Tiger Hill mare Baroness Daniela who was herself a dual Listed winner in Germany and half-sister to four further winners.

New Approach has sired nine top-flight winners including Derby hero Masar, whose oldest crop are foals of 2021. This year New Approach has sired the winners of the G1 Irish 2,000 Guineas in Mac Swiney and the G1 Doncaster Handicap in Australia through the British-bred Cascadian.