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FRESHMAN SIRES: Winners for Ivawood and Supplicant
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FRESHMAN SIRES: Winners for Ivawood and Supplicant
on 25 April 2019
Castle Hyde Stud's Ivawood and Haras des Trois Chapelles's Supplicant supplied the first two winners at Beverley on Thursday

FRESHMAN sires were responsible for the first two winners on Thursday's card at Beverley.

The first division of the five-furlong fillies' novice auction race went to 2/9 favourite Iva Go, a daughter of Castle Hyde Stud's Ivawood (by Zebedee).

The Tim Easterby-trained bay was a runner-up at Redcar on her only previous start but put that experience to good use and made all to score by a neck.

She was bred by the Enliven Partnership, is a £4,000 graduate of the Goffs UK Premier (Yearlings) Sale, and is the second foal and second winner out of seven-furlong scorer Enliven (by Dansili). She comes from a branch of the family of Group/Grade 1 stars such as Aquarelliste (by Danehill) and Artiste Royal (by Danehill).

Baileys In Bloom won the second division of the Beverley race, making a half-length winning debut for the Richard Fahey stable.

The €15,000 Arqana Deauville V2 graduate was bred by Haras des Trois Chapelles, which is where her Group 2-winning sire Supplicant (by Kyllachy) stands. He spent his first season at Petches Farm Stud in the UK.

She is the second foal of the stakes-placed six-to-eight-furlong winner Golbahar (by Holy Roman Emperor) and her third dam is the pattern-placed mile stakes winner Green Lady (by Green Desert), a daughter of the former Jim Bolger-trained dual blacktype heroine Fawaayid (by Vaguely Noble).

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