Zoffany's Jayarebe Powers to Feilden Triumph at HQ

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Iraj Parvizi's Jayarebe (Fr) (Zoffany {Ire}–Alakhana {Fr}, by Dalakhani {Ire}) backed up an Aug. 25 debut win at Newmarket's summer venue with a sixth in ParisLongchamp's G1 Prix Jean-Luc Lagardere last time and stepped forward to notch an impressive success on sophomore return in Wednesday's Listed bet365 Feilden S. back at HQ.

The 11-1 chance raced on the front end after an alert getaway and settled into a rhythm stalking the pace in close-up second for the most part. Shaken up to regain an edge passing the quarter-mile marker, he quickened clear approaching the final furlong and kept on powerfully up the hill to easily defeat Whip Cracker (Ire) (Cracksman {GB}) by 3 1/4 lengths for a career best.

“He's seen that out really well and, pedigree-wise, you would imagine a mile-and-a-quarter would be the limit of his stamina, but he looked very good there,” said trainer Brian Meehan. “I liked the way he did it today, especially the way he came up the hill. He was always impressive last year and he has been doing well throughout the spring. He's a lovely horse and I think, if he would have been over a mile in the Lagardere, he would have probably run a bit better, but the form is really good. He was only six lengths behind Rosallion and that was seven furlongs, whereas today was a mile and one [furlong] and, as always, there is natural improvement over the winter with these two to three-year-olds. The bare form is pretty good for a Listed race. The owner is away and back next week, so I'll go and meet him and see what we're going to do. He's possibly a French Derby type, but he's also a horse that might benefit for a bit more of a subtle touch for a while. There is a whole summer ahead of us and there's plenty of time.”

Jayarebe is the fourth of six foals and one of three scorers from as many runners produced by Listed Prix Joubert victrix and G3 Grand Prix des Provinces third Alakhana (Fr) (Dalakhani {Ire}), herself the leading performer out of Listed Henkel Trial third Dubai (Ire) (Galileo {Ire}). Dubai, in turn, is a half-sister to G2 Preis des Bankhaus Salem Oppenheim winner Denaro (Ger) (Dashing Blade {GB}), G3 Dr Busch-Memorial victor Davidoff (Ger) (Montjeu {Ire}) and multiple Group-placed Listed Mulheim Derby Trial winner Duellant (Ger) (Dashing Blade {GB}). The April-foaled bay is kin to an unnamed 2-year-old colt by Persian King (Ire) and a yearling colt by Victor Ludorum (GB).



Wednesday, Newmarket, Britain
BET365 FEILDEN S.-Listed, £55,000, Newmarket, 4-17, 3yo, 9fT, 1:47.41, gd.
1–JAYAREBE (FR), 128, c, 3, by Zoffany (Ire)
1st Dam: Alakhana (Fr) (SW & GSP-Fr, $111,686), by Dalakhani (Ire)
2nd Dam: Dubai (Ire), by Galileo (Ire)
3rd Dam: Dapprima (Ger), by Shareef Dancer
1ST BLACK-TYPE WIN. (€180,000 Ylg '22 ARQDOY). O-Iraj Parvizi; B-Oliver Pawle (FR); T-Brian Meehan; J-Sean Levey. £31,191. Lifetime Record: 3-2-0-0, $44,204.
2–Whip Cracker (Ire), 128, c, 3, Cracksman (GB)–Wonderworld (Ger), by Sea The Moon (Ger). 1ST BLACK TYPE. (160,000gns Ylg '22 TATOCT). O-Abdulla Al Mansoori; B-Macha Bloodstock Ltd & M Downey (IRE); T-Richard Hughes. £11,825.
3–Caviar Heights (Ire), 128, c, 3, Sea The Stars (Ire)–Cava (Ire), by Acclamation (GB). 1ST BLACK TYPE. (300,000gns Ylg '22 TATOCT). O-Sheikh Mohammed Obaid Al Maktoum; B-Norelands & Sunderland Holding Inc (IRE); T-Karl Burke. £5,918.
Margins: 3 1/4, SHD, 2 3/4. Odds: 11.00, 10.00, 50.00.
Also Ran: Ambiente Friendly (Ire), Narkez (Fr), Gasper De Lemos (Ire), El Cordobes (Ire), Native American (Ire), Quatre Bras (Ire), Immortal Knight (Ire).

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