Article Date: 11-June-2011
The Irish National Stud's freshman sire Amadeus Wolf (by Mozart) got yet another new winner when Big Note made a winning debut over 5f at Chester today. The colt is bred by Willow Tree Stud Farm and is produced from the stakes winner Double Vie (by Tagula).
Red Clubs (by Red Ransom), a Group 1 winning sprinter standing at Tally-Ho Stud, has also been notching up a lot of first crop winners and his Fanrouge scored over 5f at Bath. The filly is bred by the Silk Fan Syndicate and comes from the family of Maraahel.
Coolmore Stud's Strategic Prince (by Dansili) struck with La Collina, a debut winner over 7f at Limerick. The filly comes from the family of horses such as Fracas, Decado, Eileen Jenny, Wemyss Bight, Beat Hollow, Oasis Dream, Zenda, Sorbus and many more of note.
Then the record of Cheveley Park Stud's Dutch Art (by Medicean) got another boost when Quite A Thing made a winning debut over 5f on turf at Lingfield. She is bred by Whitsbury Manor Stud and Pigeon House Stud, is a half-sister to the smart Dazed And Amazed (by Averti) and she is produced from Amazed (by Clantime), a full-sister to Bishop's Court and half-sister to Astonished (by Weldnaas) and Cape Royal (by Prince Sabo).
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