Son Of Nayarra Introduced At Doncaster


Nayarra, dam of Seventh Kingdom | Racing Post

Observations on the European Racing Scene turns the spotlight on the best European races of the day, highlighting well-pedigreed horses early in their careers, horses of note returning to action and young runners that achieved notable results in the sales ring. Today’s Observations features the fifth foal of the well-bred Group 1 winner Nayarra.

1.40 Doncaster, Novice, £5,400, 2yo, 7f 6yT
SEVENTH KINGDOM (GB) (Frankel {GB}) is the fifth foal out of Prince Faisal’s G1 Gran Criterium winner Nayarra (Ire) (Cape Cross {Ire}), who is in turn a half-sister to five classy performers by Galileo (Ire) headed by the Classic-placed G2 Superlative S.-winning sire Gustav Klimt (Ire). John Gosden has charge of the April-foaled homebred colt, whose three rivals include King Power Racing’s fellow newcomer Longlai (Fr) (Shalaa {Ire}), a Richard Hannon-trained son of the listed winner Mojo Risin (Ire) (Lope de Vega {Ire}).

3.40 Sandown, Mdn, £6,400, 3yo/up, 9f 209yT
POSTILEO (IRE) (Galileo {Ire}) is one of the few by the supersire offered at the 2018 Tattersalls October Book 1 Sale, with Sheikh Mohammed Obaid Al Maktoum paying 500,000gns for the half-brother to three black-type performers including the G3 Desmond S. winner Future Generation (Ire) (Hurricane Run {Ire}). Roger Varian introduces the May-foaled bay against 11 rivals as Sandown opens its doors for the first time this flat season.

4.10 Newbury, Novice, £5,400, 3yo, 8fT
NASRAAWY (Kitten’s Joy) is a notable newcomer for Shadwell, who paid $725,000 for the son of the sire sensation at the 2018 Keeneland September Yearling Sale. John Gosden trains the chestnut full-brother to the stakes winner and multiple graded stakes-placed Kitten’s Cat whose second dam is the top-level scorer Manistique (Unbridled).

5.10 Curragh, Mdn, €15,000, 3yo, f, 10fT
FLORENCE CAMILLE (IRE) (Galileo {Ire}), who holds an entry in the July 18 G1 Irish Oaks, bids to build on a promising debut effort when third at Cork in August. Moyglare Stud Farm’s homebred is a Dermot Weld-trained daughter of the GI Del Mar Oaks heroine Discreet Marq (Discreet Cat), who cost the operation $2.4 million at the 2014 Fasig-Tipton Kentucky November Sale.

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