Teofilo recorded a new Stakes winner on Thursday, 16 July when his three-year-old son Subjectivist cruised to victory in the Listed Glasgow Stakes, run over 11 furlongs at Hamilton.
Taking the lead straight away under Joe Fanning, Subjectivist dictated the pace throughout and asked to quicken two furlongs out, kept to his task superbly to win by a length and three quarters. Golden Horn filly Tulip Fields added her first Black Type when finishing third.
Although this was only the second career victory for Mark Johnston’s charge, Subjectivist has shown himself to be a useful performer, finishing second in the Listed Pat Eddery Stakes and Listed Stonehenge Stakes at two, plus a third place in this year’s King George V Stakes at Royal Ascot.
Subjectivist was bred by Maskalls Stud and is out of the Stakes-placed Danehill Dancer mare Reckoning, also dam of G3 winner and G1 St Leger second Sir Ron Priestley.
Teofilo is enjoying another successful year, siring the G1-winning duo Exultant and Tawkeel, plus a further 17 Stakes performers.