• Ballyhane Stud's Elzaam (by Redoute's Choice) made it a double for the week when King Electric scored over six furlongs at Navan. The odds-on favourite won by four and a half lengths, taking his record to two wins from four starts. He is trained by Ger Lyons, he was bred by Fortbarrington Stud, and he is one of several winners out of Kind Regards (by Unfuwain). That middle-distance listed scorer is a half-sister to the dual Grade 1 winner White Heart (by Green Desert).

  • Banstead Manor Stud's sprinter Bated Breath (by Dansili) notched-up his fifth individual winner when Super Julius got off the mark over five furlongs at Chester. The colt is trained by Eve Johnson Houghton, he was bred by Tim Vestey and is a half-brother to the stakes-placed filly Meeting Waters (by Aqlaam). He is out of the stakes-winning sprinter Paradise Isle (by Bahamian Bounty) and his grandam, Merry Rous (by Rousillon), is a half-sister to the pattern-winning sprinter and blacktype sire Tina's Pet (by Mummy's Pet).

    The stallion then made it a double when Ventura Blues justified favouritism in the six-furlong novice race at Leicester. The Richard Hannon-trained filly was bred by George Kent, she also won at Kempton last month, and she is out of Salmon Rose (by Iffraaj), an unraced half-sister to Group 1 Dubai World Cup scorer Prince Bishop (by Dubawi).

  • Kildangan Stud's Casamento (by Shamardal) got another winner when Silver Casina took a seven furlong maiden in Italy. The colt is out of Silvertine (by Alzao) who is a half-sister to Group 3 Chester Vase scorer Mickdaam (by Dubawi) and also to Kinnaird (by Dr Devious), the Group 1-winning dam of the Group 2 Royal Lodge Stakes winner Berkshire (by Mount Nelson) and his twice-raced, stakes-placed half-brother Abdon (by Cacique).

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  • Coolmore Stud's Power added to his tally when Somebody To Love made a winning debut over five furlongs at Sandown. The Richard Hannon-trained filly was bred by Roundhill Stud, she is out of Starchy (by Cadeaux Genereux) and her dam is a full-sister to Land Of Dreams, the Group 2-winning dam of Group 1 star Dream Ahead (by Diktat).

  • Cheveley Park Stud's sprint star Mayson struck with 66/1 debut winner Angel Meadow over five furlongs at York. The Micky Hammond-trained filly was bred by M Zipfel, she is a half-sister to several winners, and she is out of Memo (by Groom Dancer), an unraced daughter of the stakes-placed sprinter The Jotter (by Night Shift).

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  • Dragon Pulse (by Kyllachy) got his second winner of the week when the David Simcock-trained Soul Silver made a winning debut over six furlongs at Yarmouth. The €75,000 Goffs Orby Sale graduate was bred by the partnership of Lisieux Stud and the Irish National Stud, she is a half-sister to several winners and her dam, Free Lance (by Grand Lodge) is a half-sister to the five-furlong listed scorer Flash McGahon (by Namid).

  • Whitsbury Manor Stud's shuttle sire Foxwedge (by Fastnet Rock) added to his tally when Urban Fox made a winning debut in the second race at Yarmouth. This six-furlong scorer is trained by James Tate, was bred by Mascalls Stud, and cost just 10,000gns in Newmarket as a yearling. She is out of Lomapamar (by Nashwan), her siblings include the four-times winner Getaway Car (by Medicean), and her dam is a half-sister to the Group 1-placed Group 2 scorer Mons (by Deploy).

  • Frankel (by Galileo) made it four winners from five runners when the Mark Johnston-trained Frankuus overcame greenness to make a winning debut over seven furlongs at Haydock. The grey is was bred by Ballylinch Stud, he is out of Dookus (by Linamix) and he is a half-brother to Group 3 scorer US Law (by Lawman). He made €130,000 at the Goffs Orby Sale.

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  • Irish National Stud's blacktype sire Dragon Pulse (by Kyllachy) added to his tally when Magical Fire took the six furlong fillies' maiden at Fairyhouse. Michael O'Callaghan owns and trains €50,000 Goffs foal sale graduate. She was bred by Fontstown Stud, she is out of Bridal Dance (by Danehill Dancer) and that makes her a half-sister to Sunday's Group 2 German 1000 Guineas heroine Hawksmoor (by Azamour).

  • Fair Eva made an impressive winning debut over six furlongs at Haydock giving Banstead Manor Stud's great champion Frankel (by Galileo) his third winner from four runners. The Roger Charlton-trained chesnut is a Juddmonte Farms homebred, she is the second winner from four foals out of Group 1-winning sprinter African Rose (by Observatory) and her dam is out of New Orchid (by Quest For Fame), a pattern-placed half-sister to Group 1 scorer Distant Music (by Distant View). Fair Eva immediately got ante-post quotes for next year's Group 1 1000 Guineas.

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  • Ballyhane Stud stallion Elzaam (by Redoute's Choice) notched up his sixth winner when Spirit Of Sarawan won the opening race at Brighton. The Julia Fielden-trained colt was bred by John Fallon, he is out of Hidden Heart (by Kingmambo) and his grandam is the Group 3 Queen Mary Stakes third Little Firefly (by Danehill). That mare is a half-sister to the pattern-placed stakes-winning sprinter Antinnaz (by Thatching).