Farhh, whose select first crop are enjoying a sensational year, saw his son Wells Farhh Go record his second Group victory in fine style on Thursday, 12 July, when he landed the G3 Bahrain Trophy on the first day of the July meeting at Newmarket.
Making all under jockey David Allen, the Tim Easterby-trained three-year-old was asked for his effort two furlongs from home and stayed out the trip superbly to win going away by two lengths from Godolphin’s Loxley (who is from New Approach’s fantastic current Classic crop which includes Derby winner Masar).
Wells Farhh Go was unbeaten at two, opening his account with a convincing victory at York last July before winning the G3 Acomb Stakes over the same course and distance the following month. He is due to return to York on Wednesday, 22 August for the G2 Great Voltigeur Stakes.
Wells Farhh Go was bred by Maria Marron and is the sixth winner out of Mowazana (Galileo), a half-sister to the dam of G2 winner and G1 Prix de l’Abbaye second Rangali. He is from the family of G1 winners Ibn Bey, Roseate Tern and Red Bloom.
Farhh is currently leading second-season sire by percentage of Stakes winners to runners, Stakes horses to runners, and Group winners to runners. His Derby runner-up, Dee Ex Bee, is due to line up next in the G1 Grand Prix de Paris at Longchamp.