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PEDIGREE NOTES: This week's pattern winners – 14th to 20th September
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PEDIGREE NOTES: This week's pattern winners – 14th to 20th September
on 21 September 2015
Group 2 success Dylan Thomas and Iffraaj; Group 3 wins for Champs Elysees, Deportivo, Doyen, Galileo, Hawk Wing, High Chaparral, Kodiac, and Verglas

SUNDAY

  • Dylan Mouth, unplaced in two visits to Ascot, extended his unbeaten record in Italy to 10 with an easy win in the Group 2 Premio Federico Tesio over 11 furlongs at San Siro. The classic and dual Group 1 star was bred by Azienda Agricola Mariano, he is trained by Stefano Botti, and he is a son of Castle Hyde Stud stallion Dylan Thomas (by Danehill). He is the first foal out of Cottonmouth (by Noverre), a 10 furlong Group 3 scorer from a branch of the family of Shergar (by Great Nephew).

  • Jack Naylor won the Group 3 Denny Cordell Lavarack & Lanwades Stud Fillies Stakes over nine and a half furlongs at Gowran Park, a second pattern success for the classic placed daughter of Banstead Manor Stud stallion Champs Elysees (by Danehill). A half-sister to several winners, the Oliver Costello-bred three-year-old is trained by Jessica Harrington. Her stakes winning dam Fashionable (by Nashwan) is out of a half-sister to the champion and Grade 1 star Wandesta (by Nashwan).

  • Virginia Sun won the Group 3 Grosser Preis von DSW21 Deutsches St Leger over 14 furlongs at Dortmund, a first pattern success for Gestut Auenquelle's homebred daughter of Sunnyhill Stud stallion Doyen (by Sadler's Wells). The Jens Hirschberger-trained four-year-old is out of Valdina (by Lomitas), which makes her a half-sister to the 2008 Group 3 Deutsches St Leger scorer Valdino (by Black Sam Bellamy).

  • Bank Of Burden won the Group 3 Mr Ascot Stockholm Cup International over 12 furlongs at Taby, in Sweden, a tenth pattern success for the son of Hawk Wing (by Woodman) and his 16th blacktype win overall. The eight-year-old was bred by Bjarne Minde, he is trained in Norway by Niels Petersen, and he is a half-brother to the dual stakes-winning filly Rock Of Ridd (by Antonius Pius). His dam Wewantitall (by Pivotal) is out of a half-sister to the multiple US Grade 1 star Majesty's Prince (by His Majesty).

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    SATURDAY

  • Ribchester, who was runner-up in the Group 2 Gimcrack Stakes last month, opened his winning account in the Group 2 Dubai Duty Free Mill Reef Stakes at Newbury. The Richard Fahey-trained juvenile is a son of Darley stallion Iffraaj (by Zafonic) who has completed a first season at Dalham Hall Stud following many years at Kildangan Stud. The €105,000 Goffs Orby Sale graduate is the first foal out of Mujarah (by Marju), and he is a direct descendant of the Group 1 Irish 1000 Guineas heroine Mehthaaf (by Nureyev).

  • The Corsican won the Group 3 Dubai Duty Free Legacy Cup (registered as the Arc Trial) over 11 furlongs at Newbury, a first pattern success for the son of multiple champion sire Galileo (by Sadler's Wells) and his fifth win overall from nine starts. Fitri Hay's homebred four-year-old is trained by David Simcock, he is a full-brother to the unbeaten Group 3 Tyros Stakes winner Deauville, and his dam Walklikeanegyptian (by Danehill) is a pattern-placed three-parts sister to the Group 2 Oaks d'Italia scorer Contredanse (by Danehill Dancer). The next dam is a half-sister to the Group 1 winning miler Maroof (by Danzig).

  • Shaden became the latest blacktype scorer for Tally-Ho Stud stallion Kodiac (by Danehill) when taking the Group 3 William Hill Firth of Clyde Stakes over six furlongs at Ayr. It is a third win from five starts for the Lady Cecil-trained juvenile. She was bred by Deerpark Stud, she is a 40,000gns Tattersalls October Yearling Sale (Book 2) graduate, and the half-sister to multiple scorer I'll Be Your Clown (by Aqlaam) is out of the stakes-placed Lady Avenger (by Namid), who comes from the family of the Group 1-winning miler Lahib (by Riverman).

  • Steps narrowly won the Group 3 Dubai International Airport World Trophy over five furlongs at Newbury, a tenth win for the Roger Varian-trained son of late Irish National Stud stallion Verglas (by Highest Honor), his third blacktype success, and his first one at pattern level. The seven-year-old was bred by Eamon Beston, his dam Killinallan (by Vettori) is a half-sister to the pattern scorer Deep Finesse (by Reprimand), and he is also related to the Group 1 star Dick Turpin (by Arakan).

  • Karaktar won the Group 3 Prix du Prince d'Orange over 10 furlongs in heavy ground at Longchamp, a second pattern success for the Aga Khan's homebred son of dual Derby hero High Chaparral (by Sadler's Wells). The three-year-old is trained by Alain de Royer-Dupre, he is out of Karawana (by King's Best), and his grandam is a half-sister to the pattern scorers Kasthari (by Vettori), Kargali (by Invincible Spirit), and Karasta (by Lake Coniston).

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    FRIDAY

  • Gailo Chop won the Group 3 La Coupe de Maisons-Laffitte over 10 furlongs on heavy ground, a fourth pattern success for the Group 1-placed son of Haras de Saint Vincent stallion Deportivo (by Night Shift). The Antoine de Watrigant-trained gelding is a half-brother to several winners, and his dam Grenoble (by Marignan) is a middle-distance scorer fom the family of the multipel Group 2 scorer Cresta Rider (by Northern Dancer).

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