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Champion sprinter sires the winners of half the card at Gosford in Australia

As the attention on Godolphin’s outstanding Australian filly Alizee grows ahead of her bid for a second G1 success in next week’s Thousand Guineas, her sire

Star filly scores a brilliant win in the Flight Stakes at Randwick

The brilliant Alizee has given her sire Sepoy his first Group 1 winner and revealed herself as the best filly of her age in Australia w


Classy filly scores her sire’s first Australian Stakes victory

Alizee stormed to a resounding victory in the G2 Tea Rose Stakes at Randwick on September 16 to give her sire Sepoy his first Australian Stakes winner a


Unforgetable Filly lands the G2 German 1,000 Guineas

Supplemented for the race at the start of the week, the Hugo Palmer-trained Unforgetable Filly justified the outlay when running out the easy winner of the German 1,000


Unforgetable Filly flies home to land the Listed Maggie Dickson Stakes at Musselburgh

Unforgetable Filly has shown plenty of promise so far this year and the three-year-old daughter of Sepoy gained a well-deserved first


Khukri lands the Power Stakes at Navan to continue a successful spell for his sire; Voice Of Love (Poet's Voice) adds a fourth Stakes win to her record in the G3 Premio Ambrosiano

Sepoy enjoyed a tremendous season with his first European runners in 2016, recording no fewer than 20 individual winners and finishing the year as Brita


Daughter of Sepoy an easy winner of the G3 Fred Darling Stakes

Sepoy's G1 performer Dabyah put herself firmly in the picture for the 1,000 Guineas at Newmarket in a fortnight's time when


270,000 guineas for a colt by Sepoy and 210,000 guineas for a son of Dawn Approach the highlights of another superb day’s trading

The 2017 Tattersalls Craven Breeze Up Sale concluded last night and saw yet more success for the Darley stallions, following an outstanding first day on Tuesday.


Exceed And Excel, Shamardal and first-season sire Epaulette prove popular at Tattersalls

The opening session of the 2017 Tattersalls Craven Breeze Up Sale saw an incredible day’s trade with the average up 48% and the median up 83% on last year.


Helmet’s star son Thunder Snow named Britain’s leading juvenile of 2016, with high accolades for Dubawi, Shamardal and Sepoy and new recruit The Last Lion

The European two-year-old classification for 2016, published on 24 January, certainly made pleasant reading for the Darley stallions with several of their offspring featuring among the top slots.


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