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Daughter of Exceed And Excel sets Book 2 record at 500,000gns during second session 2

A daughter of Exceed And Excel set a record high price for a filly at Book 2 of the Tattersalls October Yearling Sale, knocked down for 500,0

Five Dubawi yearling sell for seven figures, headed by 2,000,000gns colt

The second session of Book 1 of the Tattersalls October Yearling sales swiftly became Dubawi day on Wednesday as the leading sire dominated proceedings


Fa Ul Sciur storms to victory in the Listed Premio Rumon with Summer Festival (Poet's Voice) second

Two-year-old colt Fa Ul Sciur opened Farhh’s winners’ account back in June and on Sunday, 24 September he became the second Black Type


Two-year-old son of Iffraaj takes the Ascendant Stakes by three and a half lengths

Iffraaj recorded a new juvenile Black Type winner in fine style on Saturday, 9 September when his son Chilean ran out the easy winner


Son of first-season sire Farhh lands G3 Acomb Stakes from James Garfield (Exceed And Excel)

Wells Farhh Go (by first-season sire Farhh) caught the eye late last month when winning impressively on hi


Impressive son of Farhh makes all to win easily

Dee Ex Bee, a son of first-season sire Farhh, made an impressive winning debut on Saturday 5 August when making all the runn


Colt gives his sire first win in Britain

Farhh was represented by his first victory as a sire in Britain on Friday evening when Wells Farhh Go


Son of Helmet remains unbeaten in the Premio Giuseppe de Montel

Helmet’s two-year-old son Met Spectrum won his second race in as many starts on Saturday 1 July when taking the Listed Prem


Fa Ul Sciur victorious on his racecourse debut to open his first-season sire’s account

Farhh, brilliant winner of the G1 Lockinge and G1 Champions Stakes, recorded his first winner with just his second runner on 6 June with a convincing vi


Breeders are invited to view the UK-based Darley stallions in Newmarket this Wednesday and Thursday

Dalham Hall Stud will host two open days for breeders this Wednesday and Thursday (11 and 12 January).


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