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Shamardal records his first Black type winner when Arctic lands the Grangecon Stud Stakes; new Stakes winner for King’s Best

Darley first-season sire Shamardal opened his Black type winner’s account in impressive fashion on 26 July when his son Arc


Juvenile colt Nideeb battles magnificently to land the Listed Winkfield Stakes at Ascot whilst Dubawi records his first Black type performer

Exceed And Excel, current leading sire of two-year-olds in Great Britain and Ireland with 15 juvenile winners to his name al


Darley's promising young stallion is co-leading first-season sire in Australia

This season’s race to be Australia’s leading first-season sire has been thrilling to say the least and with less than a week to go, Shamardal


Admire The View wins by seven lengths to become Dubawi’s tenth individual winner

Darley first-season sire Dubawi took his number of winners into double figures in outstanding style on 24 July when Admire The


Cape Cross filly Mudaaraah lands the Listed Star Stakes at Sandown

Whilst Sea The Stars undoubtedly leads the way for Cape Cross' progeny this year, the Darley stallion has several


Exceed And Excel and Kheleyf are dominating the juvenile sires’ table in the UK. Both are grandsons of Danzig and, like his Darley counterpart, Kheleyf is also by an established sire of sires. Catch him in Australia this season...

Just like his sire Danehill, Exceed And Excel is proving to be a huge success in both hemispheres.


Noble Alpha wins on his first start in Frankfurt

Shamardal is riding high in the Australian first-season sires' table with nine individual winners to his name and in Europe on Sund


Battle Of Hastings strikes in the US as Crime Scene takes Listed honours at Newbury from Singspiel’s Covert Ambition

Royal Applause enjoyed a good weekend with a brace of black-type winners on Saturday in England and America.


Darley first-season sires celebrate a winner apiece on Thursday

Dubawi Phantom took his sire’s tally of winners for the season to nine with a length-and-a-quarter win in a seven-furlong maiden at Ep


Cadeaux Genereux gelding triumphs in Sweden

Six-year-old Smart Enough won the Listed Swedish Open Mile at Taby on Monday less than a year after being imported to Sweden from the UK.


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