Make Believe joined the ranks of classic winners when taking the Group 1 Poule d'Essai des Poulains (French 2000 Guineas) in impressive style over a mile at Longchamp. The Andre Fabre-trained colt, who was bred by Aston Mullins Stud, is a first-crop son of the classic-winning miler Makfi (by Dubawi). He is a 180,000gns graduate of the foal section of the Tattersalls December Sales.

Makfi stood his first four seasons at Tweenhills Farm & Stud, he is currently in his first one at Haras de Bonneval, and his first Group 1 winner came with Marky Mark in New Zealand at the end of March. His second Group 1 star is out of Rosie's Posy (by Suave Dancer) and so could be described as being a three-parts brother to that mare's dual US Grade 1 winning daughter Dubawi Heights (by Dubawi). Make Believe's dam is a half-sister to the Group 1 winning sprinter Tante Rose (by Barathea).

Ervedya won the Group 1 Poule d'Essai des Pouliches (French 1000 Guineas) completing a remarkable double for H.H the Aga Khan's Haras de Bonneval stallion team. The Jean-Claude Rouget trained filly, who carries her breeder's famous green and red colours, comes from the first crop of Siyouni (by Pivotal), the victory coming after Makfi's first crop son Make Believe impressed in the Group 1 Poule d'Essai des Poulains.

Ervedya, previously a Group 1 placed dual pattern scorer, is out of the pattern-placed Elva (by King's Best) and she comes from the immediate family of the middle-distance Group 1 scorer Erdelistan (by Lashkari).

Cleo Fan, a Group 1-placed stakes winner last year, won the Group 1 Premio Presidente della Republica over 10 furlongs at good ground at Capannelle, beating Magic Artist (by Iffraaj) by a neck. That rival short-headed him in a Group 3 contest over the same trip at San Siro in April.

Bred by Fanti Giuliano and trained by Stefano Botti, the four-year-old is a second Group 1 winner among 24 blacktype scorers for Mujahid (by Danzig), a Shadwell stallion who has been based at Allevamento di Besnate since 2008. His half-brother Cassiano Fan (by Until Sundown) was listed placed as a juvenile last season, their dam Cuprea (by Best Of The Bests) is related to the US Grade 2 scorer Vagabond Shoes (by Beat Hollow) and she comes from a branch of the family of the Group 1 winning juvenile Maelstrom Lake (by Auction Ring).

Ampere maintained his unbeaten record when beating Cape Clear Island in the Group 2 Prix Hocquart over 11 furlongs at Longchamp. Haras de Saint Pair's homebred son of Galileo (by Sadler's Wells) is trained by Andre Fabre and he is out of the dual US nine furlong Grade 1 winner Amorama (by Sri Pekan).

His dam is a half-sister to the pattern placed blacktype scorers Uncoiled (by Giant's Causeway) and Table Ronde (by Astromoner Royal), and also to the unraced dam of the Grade 1 placed stakes winner Odeliz (by Falco), and she comes from the famous family whose Group 1 stars include Triptych (by Riverman), Generous (by Caerleon) and Imagine (by Sadler's Wells).

Guardini, a son of Gilltown Stud stallion Dalakhani (by Darshaan), won the Group 2 80th Gerling-Preis over 12 furlongs at Cologne, adding to his 2014 French pattern success. The four-year-old was bred by Gestut Schlenderhan, he is trained by Jean-Pierre Carvalho, and he is the first foal out of the middle-distance stakes winner Guantana (by Dynaformer). His grandam Guadalupe (by Monsun) is a Group 1 Oaks d'Italia winning full-sister to the dual Group 1 star and Grange Stud stallion Getaway.

Onenightidreamed, who won March's Irish Lincolnshire on just his fourth start, has added the Group 3 Ard Glen Amethyst Stakes over a mile at Leopardstown. The son of Coolmore Stud's classic star Footstepsinthesand (by Giant's Causeway) has now won three of his five outings.

The four-year-old is trained by Tommy Stack, he was bred by Brian O'Neill, and he is a half-brother to the triple winner Rotherwick (by Starspangledbanner). His dam Pivotalia (by Pivotal) is out of Viscaria (by Barathea), a stakes placed half-sister to the pattern scorers Ivan Luis (by Lycius) and Stagelight (by Montjeu), and to the classic-placed stakes winner Hathrah (by Linamix).

Kissed By Angels was runner-up in a Limerick maiden on her debut two weeks ago but got off the mark in the Group 3 Derrinstown Stud 1000 Guineas Trial over a mile on heavy ground at Leopardstown. The Aidan O'Brien-trained daughter of Galileo (by Sadler's Wells) was bred by the partnership of Orpendale, Chelston & Wynatt.

She is the first foal out of the dual Group 1 winning miler Lillie Langtry (by Danehill Dancer) and pattern scorers in the family include Great Commotion (by Nureyev), Lead On Time (by Nureyev) and the recent Group 3 Classic Trial winner Master Apprentice (by Mastercraftsman).

Success Days made all against three rivals to come home a 10-length winner of the Group 3 Derrinstown Stud Derby Trial Stakes over a mile and a quarter at Leopardstown. Owner Robert Ng bred him in partnership with Dermot Farrington, and the colt is trained by Ken Condon.

He is a son of the late Jeremy (by Danehill Dancer), who stood at the Irish National Stud when this grey was conceived and later at Garryrichard Stud. His dam Malaica (by Roi Gironde) was a pattern placed multiple sprint winner and her dam is a half-sister to the Group 1 Prix Ganay scorer Execute (by Suave Dancer).

Mecca's Angel won the Group 3 Prix de Saint-George over five furlongs at Longchamp, her seventh win from a dozen starts and her second pattern success. The Michael Dods-trained four-year-old was bred by the partnership of Yeomanstown Stud and Doc Bloodstock, and she is a daughter of the Morristown Lattin Stud stallion Dark Angel (by Acclamation).

The grey is the first foal out of the stakes-placed prolific sprint winner Folga (by Atraf), her full-brother Markaz was runner-up in the Group 3 Somerville Tattersalls Stakes at Newmarket in September, and her grandam Desert Dawn (by Belfort) won the Group 3 Prix d'Arenberg.

Kataniya won a steadily run edition of the Listed Prix de la Seine over 11 furlongs at Longchamp, a second win from three starts for H.H. the Aga Khan's homebred three-year-old. The Alain de Royer-Dupre trained daughter of Kildangan Stud stallion Raven's Pass (by Elusive Quality) is out of the dual middle-distance stakes winner Katiykha (by Darshaan) and she is a half-sister to the Group 2 Blandford Stakes winner Katiyra (by Peintre Celebre).



Majestic Queen notched up her second pattern race success when taking the Group 3 Betfred Membership “Play Your Way” Chartwell Fillies' Stakes over seven furlongs at Lingfield. The five-year-old is trained by Tracey Collins and she was bred by Sunderland Holdings Ltd.

The mare is a daughter of Kheleyf (by Green Desert), this was her fifth win from 15 career outings, and she is a half-sister to the one-time scorer Stars So Bright (by Sea The Stars). Her dam Night Fairy (by Danehill) is a winning full-sister to the listed scorer Fairy Of The Night and she is a half-sister to the 12 furlong US Grade 3 winner Dress Rehearsal (by Galileo).

Kilimanjaro won the Listed Derby Trial Stakes over 11 and a half furlongs at Lingfield, a second win from four starts for the Aidan O'Brien-trained colt. He was bred by Castlemartin and Skymarc Farm, he is a son of the late Coolmore ace High Chaparral (by Sadler's Wells) and he is out of Middle Persia (by Dalakhani).

His dam is a half-sister to the mile Group 1 scorer Nayarra (by Cape Cross), to the Group 3 winner Wonderfully (by Galileo) and to the Group 1-placed Mars (by Galileo), and her stakes winning dam Massarra (by Danehill) is a full-sister to Kodiac and half-sister to Invincible Spirit (by Green Desert). Third dam Rafha (by Kris) won the Group 1 Prix de Diane (French Oaks).

Toujours L'Amour won the Listed Betfred Mobile Oaks Trial Stakes over 11 and a half furlongs at Lingfield, a first blacktype success for the daughter of the Derby hero and Haras du Logis stallion Authorized (by Montjeu). She was bred by Stratford Place Stud, she is trained by William Haggas, and she is the third foal out of the listed scorer High Heel Sneakers (by Dansili). She represents a branch of the family of the US Grade 1 stars Chief's Crown (by Danzig) and Winning Colors (by Caro).

Agent Murphy, a four-year-old trained by Brian Meehan, took his record to three wins from five starts with victory in the Listed Carey Group Buckhounds Stakes over 12 furlongs at Ascot. It is a first blacktype success for the Wellsummers Farm-bred colt.

He is a son of the Kildangan Stud stallion Cape Cross (by Green Desert), he is the second foal out of Raskutani (by Dansili) and his dam is an unraced half-sister to the seven furlong Group 2 scorer scorer Hatta Fort (by Cape Cross). It is the family of the Grade 1 scorer Miss Keller (by Montjeu), of the Group 2 winner Inchmurrin (by Lomond) and of the pattern scorer and successful sire Inchinor (by Ahonoora).

That Is The Spirit showed a return to winning form with a game front-running performance in the Listed Pertemps Network Spring Trophy Stakes over seven furlongs at Haydock. It is his fourth win from nine starts and his second blacktype success.

The gelded son of Irish National Stud stallion Invincible Spirit (by Green Desert) was bred by Cliveden Stud Ltd and he is trained by David O'Meara. His half-sister Mischief Making (by Lemon Drop Kid) won a listed contest over 13 furlongs in England, and his dam Fraulein (by Acatenango) won the Grade 1 E P Taylor Stakes over 10 furlongs at Woodbine.

Newsletter, who finished third in the Group 2 Queen Mary Stakes last summer, won the Listed EBF Stallions Weatherbys General Stud Book Kilvington Fillies' Stakes over six furlongs at Nottingham, a second win from seven starts for the Ken Condon-trained bay.

She was bred by Timmy and Michael Hillman, she is a daughter of the Derby hero and Lanwades Stud stallion Sir Percy (by Mark Of Esteem), and her sprint-winning dam Payphone (by Anabaa) comes from the family of the classic-placed Group 1 star and dynasty-making stallion Danehill (by Danzig).

Myboycharlie spent two seasons at the National Stud in Newmarket before moving to Haras du Mezeray in France. The son of Danetime (by Danehill) also shuttles to the southern hemisphere and he notched up a pattern race double at Doomben in Australia on Saturday, both winners out of Falbrav (by Fairy King) mares.

Blueberry Hill won the Group 2 Bollinger Champagne Classic over six furlongs and the Liam Birchley-trained juvenile was bred by Vine Street Pty Ltd. Her dam Perkipsey (by Falbrav) is out of the pattern-placed stakes-winning sprinter Brief Kiss (by Brief Truce) and they come from the family of the Group 1 Victoria Derby and Group 1 South Australian Derby hero Rebel Raider (by Reset).

The second leg of the double was provided by Charlie Boy who took the Group 3 Darley BRC Sprint over seven furlongs. Previously a Group 2 scorer, the three-year-old is trained by Peter and Paul Snowden, and he was bred by Wilkes Thoroughbreds Pty Ltd. He is out of Maritime (by Falbrav), who is a half-sister to the multiple Group 1-placed middle-distance filly Quays (by Royal Academy), and his grandam is the Australian Group 1 scorer Pontal Lass (by Marauding).