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Mark Johnston's attention to detail, means he unearths every ounce of ability that a thoroughbred may possess. Latterly, Mark has trained the Group 3 and Listed winning, as well as the Richmond Stakes placed horse MARIE'S DIAMOND for us. He also trained the highest OR 104 rated and 7-time winner VENTURA KNIGHT for us, the year before. So, it is with great relish that we have sent him even more 2yo's this season!
Purchased from Europe's Premier Breeze Up Sale, April's Tattersalls Craven Sale, this filly's pedigree looks fantastic, hailing from the family of Postponed, Gusto, Gale Force Ten and Auld Burns and being by the vastly underrated, young sire, Farhh.
Farhh is responsible for Classic colts King Of Change - winner of the Group 1 QEII Stakes, the British Champions Mile race on British Champions Day at Ascot and Dee Ex Bee, plus Move Swiftly - winner of the Group 2 Duke of Cambridge Stakes at Royal Ascot and the speedy Group scorer Far Above. Read all about her sire here: https://www.darleyeurope.com/stallions/our-stallions/farhh
Our filly is bred to improve with age, as she matures, and her pedigree suggests, that distances of a mile and beyond will see her at her best as a 3 year old. This beautiful, long striding filly performed a fantastic breeze and came highly recommend by her vendor.
The Racing Post published a story on the recent success of Farhh progeny. Read it here: https://www.racingpost.com/bloodstock/bloodstock-latest/lack-of-numbers-no-bar-to-subfertile-farrh-s-fine-start-as-a-stallion/380427
Syndicate manager update (14th July): A very lightly raced filly who looks typical of a Mark Johnston project. As they mature physically and race over further distances of ground, they seem to thrive and steadily improve, no end. This is exactly what we envisage for this stamina laden beautiful looking filly. She has just won very gamely at Ripon!!