• Banstead Manor Stud's superstar Frankel (by Galileo) got his second blacktype horse when Cunco stayed on into third place in the Listed Chesham Stakes over seven furlongs at Royal Ascot. The John Gosden-trained colt, a six-furlong winner on his debut at Newbury last month, is owned and bred by Don Alberto Corporation, he is out of Group 3 scorer Chrysanthemum (by Danehill Dancer), and his third dam is the Group 3 Princess Margaret stakes winner Saintly Speech (by Southern Halo).

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  • Queen Kindly finished third in the Group 3 Albany Stakes over six furlongs at Royal Ascot, giving Banstead Manor Stud stallion Frankel (by Galileo) his first blacktype earner. An easy winner of her only previous start, the Richard Fahey-trained chesnut was bred by Rabbah Bloodstock Ltd and she is out of the Group 2-winning sprinter Lady Of The Desert (by Rahy). Her grandam, Queen's Logic (by Grand Lodge), is the Group 1-winning half-sister to Group 1 stars Dylan Thomas (by Danehill) and Homecoming Queen (by Danehill).

  • High-class miler Rajsaman (by Linamix), who stands at Haras de la Cauviniere, had a double last weekend and he added to his tally when the Jean-Claude Rouget-trained Brametot made a winning debut over six furlongs at Deauville. The colt was bred by H Cardemil, he is out of Morning Light (by Law Society) and his dam is a half-sister to Group 1 star and outstanding German stallion Monsun (by Konigsstuhl).

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  • Cheveley Park Stud's Mayson (by Invincible Spirit) got his second winner of the week when the stud's homebred filly Rosebride won the five-furlong novice fillies' race at Ripon. The Richard Fahey-trained bay is out of Wedding Party (by Groom Dancer), she is a half-sister to the blacktype-placed duo Dream Wedding (by Medicean) and Party Doctor (by Dr Fong), and also to the prolific scorer Firstknight (by Kyllachy).

  • Dual French scorer Al Johrah (by Bated Breath) lost her unbeaten record when chasing home the runaway winner Lady Aurelia in the Group 2 Queen Mary Stakes, but finished two and a half lengths clear of the third, Clem Fandango (by Elzaam). Al Shaqab Racing's filly is trained by Henri-Francois Devin, she is out of Bea Remembered (by Doyen), and that makes her a half-sister to Group 3 Craven Stakes winner and Group 1 Criterium International runner-up Stormy Antarctic (by Stormy Atlantic).

    Bated Breath (by Dansili) stands at Banstead Manor Stud, and Elzaam (by Redoute's Choice) stands at Ballyhane Stud.

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  • Ballyhane Stud's Elzaam added another to his tally when the Richard Fahey-trained Lady In Question made a winning debut over six furlongs at Thirsk. Bred by M Phelan, and a €3,000 Goffs foal who made €35,000 in Fairyhouse as a yearling, she is out of Black Meyeden (by Black Minnaloushe) and from the family of the Group 1 King's Stand Stakes winner Prohibit (by Oasis Dream).

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  • Miss Sugars made a winning debut over six furlongs at Thirsk, giving Tweenhills Farm & Stud stallion Harbour Watch (by Acclamation) another winner. The David Simcock-trained filly was bred by Chippenham Lodge Stud, she is out of Three Sugars (by Starcraft), her dam is a half-sister to the mile listed scorer Kissing The Camera (by Galileo) and her grandam is the juvenile blacktype winner Hoh Dear (by Sri Pekan). This is also the immediate family of the ill-fated dual Grade 1 winner Wigmore Hall (by High Chaparral).

  • Coolmore Stud's mile ace Excelebration (by Exceed And Excel) got off the mark in England when Pellucid made a winning debut in the second division of the six-furlong race at Thirsk. Also trained by David Simcock, the filly was bred by the El Catorce Partnership, she is out of the 12-furlong winner Sky Crystal (by Galileo) and comes from the family of classic-placed Group 1 winner Crystal Music (by Nureyev), Group 1 Irish Derby third Tchaikovsky (by Sadler's Wells), Group 1-placed pattern winner State Crystal (by High Estate) and Saturday's French Group 3 scoer Zelzal (by Sea The Stars).

  • Mayson (by Invincible Spirit), who already has a stakes winner to his name, added to his tally when Private Matter scored over five furlongs at Nottingham. The Richard Fahey-trained colt is owned and bred by Cheveley Park Stud, which is where his sire stands, and his dam, Privacy Order (by Azamour), is out of Group 1 Prix de Diane (French Oaks) heroine Confidential Lady (by Singsipel).