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FRESHMAN SIRES: Winners this week for six sires
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FRESHMAN SIRES: Winners this week for six sires
on 18 June 2017
Dabirsim, Epaulette, Lethal Force and Red Jazz scored with juveniles making their racecourse debut; Planteur and Violence struck on Sunday

SUNDAY

Group 1 winner and Haras de Bouquetot stallion Planteur (by Danehill Dancer) was represented at Chantilly by the Fabrice Chappet-trained Over Reacted who won a conditions race over five furlongs. The filly was bred by SCEA Haras du Ma, she was runner-up over the course and distance on her debut three weeks ago, and she is out of Ivory Style (by Desert Style), who is a half-sister to the Group 2-winning stayer Ivory Land (by Lando).

Then the Jeremy Noseda-trained Quivery made a winning debut over seven furlongs at Doncaster, a first winner in England for the Grade 1 winner and Hill 'N Dale Farms sire Violence (by Medaglia d'Oro). The filly was bred by Elm Tree Farm Llc and she is out of Passion Du Coeur (by Distorted Humor). Her dam is a full-sister to Distorted Passion, who is the Grade 2-placed dam of the Grade 2-winning miler Mrs McDougal (by Medaglia d'Oro).

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SATURDAY

Criquette Head-trained debutante High Dream Milena made a perfect start to her career over six furlongs at Chantilly, adding to the tally of juvenile star and Haras de Grandcamp stallion Dabirsim (by Hat Trick). Claudio Marzocco's homebred filly is out of High Limits (by High Chaparral), which makes her a half-sister to mile listed scorer Double Dream (by Lawman), and her grandam, Power Of Love (by Zafonic), is a half-sister to Group 1 Prix du Jockey Club star Reliable Man (by Dalakhani).

Then Ballyhane Stud stallion Red Jazz (by Johannesburg) got another winner when the John Ryan-trained Roland Rocks sprang a 20/1 surprise on his debut. The race was over the minimum trip at Musselburgh. The colt was bred by E Heary, he is a half-brother to several multiple winners and his dam, Toy Show (by Danehill), comes from a branch of the family of Group 1 star and sire Pentire (by Be My Guest).

Darley shuttle sire Epaulette (by Commands) stands at Kildangan Stud and his Richard Fahey-trained newcomer International Man scored over six furlongs at York. The colt was bred by Bearstone Stud Ltd, he is out of Right Answer (by Lujain), and so is a half-brother to the stakes-placed sprinter Galtymore Lad (by Indesatchel). His grandam, Quiz Show (by Primo Dominie), is a winning half-sister to the high-class sprinter and successful sire Mind Games (by Puissance).

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THURSDAY

Cheveley Park Stud's Group 1 sprint star Lethal Force (by Dark Angel) added to his tally when the Ger Lyons-trained Lethal Steps got up on the line to make a winning debut over six furlongs at Leopardstown. The runner-up was the Jim Bolger-trained debutante Dawn Delivers (by Dawn Approach).

Lethal Steps was bred by the Seaton Partnership, he is out of Tanda Tula (by Alhaarth), and the 65,000gns Tattersalls December Foal Sale graduate holds an entry in the Group 1 Goffs Vincent O'Brien National Stakes. He is a half-brother (could be described as three-parts brother) to five-time scorer My Sharona (by Dark Angel) and his dam is a half-sister to the Group 2-winning sprinter Stormont (by Marju).

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