• Banstead Manor Stud's sprinter Bated Breath (by Dansili) got off the mark when Al Shaqab Racing's homebred filly Al Johrah made a winning debut over five furlongs at Maisons-Laffite. She is out of pattern-placed Bea Remembered (by Doyen) and that makes her a half-sister to last month's Group 3 Craven Stakes winner Stormy Antarctic (by Stormy Atlantic).

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  • Group 1 winning sprinter Mayson (by Invincible Spirit) got his second winner when the Richard Fahey-trained Spin Doctor made a winning debut over five furlongs at Nottingham. The filly is owned and bred by Cheveley Park Stud, which is where her sire stands, and she is out of Doctor's Glory (by Elmaamul). That makes her a half-sister to the pattern winners Clinical (by Motivator) and Cupid's Glory (by Pursuit Of Love) and also to the listed scorers Courting (by Pursuit Of Love), Magnificence (by Sadler's Wells) and Prescription (by Pivotal).

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  • Tally-Ho Stud's Sir Prancealot (by Tamayuz) got his fourth individual winner when Copper Knight won the Stellar Group Lily Agnes Conditions Stakes over five furlongs at Chester. The Hugo Palmer-trained colt was running for the third time. The colt was bred by Wardstown Stud Ltd, which is the team also responsible for this season's blacktype-winning pair Magical Memory and Blond Me, he made €26,000 in Goffs as a foal and £30,000 in Doncaster as a yearling. He is out of Mystic Dream (by Oasis Dream) and comes from the immediate family of the Group 1 King's Stand Stakes winner Prohibit (by Oasis Dream).

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  • Clem Fandango made it second time lucky when registering an easy odds-on success over five furlongs at Catterick thereby giving Ballyhane Stud sire Elzaam his third winner of the week. Trained by Keith Dalgleish and bred by John Raw, the filly is an €11,000 Arqana graduate, she is a half-sister to a winner, and her dam, Question (by Coronado's Quest), is a half-sister to the stakes-placed multiple mile scorer Commander Cave (by Tale Of The Cat). Third dam Miss Demure (by Shy Groom) won the Group 2 Lowther Stakes.

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  • Ballyhane Stud stallion Elzaam (by Redoute's Choice) got off the mark when the Ger Lyons-trained King Electric beat odds-on favourite Peace Envoy in the opening race at the Curragh. He then completed a double when Berkshire Boy made a winning debut over five furlongs at Bath.

    Runner-up on his two previous starts, King Electric is a €25,000 graduate of the Tattersalls Ireland September Yearling Sale, he was bred by Fortbarrington Stud, and he is out of 10 furlongs listed scorer Kind Regards (by Unfuwain). His siblings include the multiple mile and middle-distance scorer Moonlight Dash (by Monsun), and his dam is a half-sister to the dual US Grade 1 winner White Heart (by Green Desert).

    Berkshire Boy is trained by Andrew Balding, he was bred by Vanessa Teehan, and he is a 50,000gns graduate of Book 2 of the Tattersalls October Yearling Sale. He is out of Circuit City (by Exit To Nowhere), a mare whose siblings include the classic-placed French stakes winner Karmifira (by Always Fair) and the mile listed scorer Kart Star (by Soviet Star).