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New Stakes winner for Singspiel as his son records a plucky victory at Newbury

Singspiel's five-year-old son Tastahil ran out the game winner of the Listed Aston Park Stakes at Newbury on 16 May, becoming his sire’s 66th individual Black type

Apple Charlotte becomes the latest Black type winner for Royal Applause with victory in the Swettenham Stud Fillies' Trial Stakes; Parthenon (Dubai Destination) leads all the way to win Listed Glasgow Stakes

Apple Charlotte maintained her unbeaten record in fine style on 15 May, with a convincing victory in the Listed Swettenham Stud Fillies’ Stakes at Newbury.

Cape Cross filly heads second Stakes trifecta of the week for the Darley stallions with Singspiel duo Dar Re Mi and Princess Taylor second and third respectively; brace of Listed winners for Green Desert

Crystal Capella (left) landed her sixth win in succession when grinding out a tough win in the G3 Middleton Stakes at York.

Darley sires responsible for the first three home in G2 Prix Greffulhe with Cutlass Bay becoming Halling's 12th G2 winner

The G2 Prix Greffulhe, run over ten furlongs at Saint-Cloud on 12 May proved extremely successful for the Darley stallions who were responsible for the first three horses home.

Miss Shanghai victorious at Maisons-Laffitte

First-season sire Country Reel opened his winner’s accou

Godolphin colt records impressive victory in Rome to become Sulamani's first Classic winner; Dubawi colt tops Arqana breeze up sale

Mastery, by Darley stallion Sulamani, could not have made a better impression when making his first start for Godolphin on 9 May, landing the Derby Italiano in Rom

A regular look at promising maiden winners for Darley sires. This week: Say No Now by Refuse To Bend

Say No Now, from the first crop of Refuse To Bend, holds some smart entries in the coming months, including the

G3 victory for Exceed And Excel’s daughter Mrs Kipling

Mrs Kipling has been a very consistent performer for her sire Exceed And Excel, finishing out of the frame

Son of Cape Cross storms to Classic victory on the Rowley Mile

Sea The Stars provided Darley stallion Cape Cross with his second Classic winner and installed himself as favouri

Refuse To Bend may have been a Group One-winning juvenile but the Guineas winner improved with age and the same can be expected of his stock. With his first three-year-olds on the track this year, there’s much to look forward to

As a Classic-winning son of Sadler’s Wells who went on to win the Queen Anne and the Eclipse as a four-year-old, Refuse To Bend c