EUROPEAN champion miler Farhh has made an excellent start as a stallion, with winners of about 90 races and £3 million in prize money in his first three seasons, including nine blacktype winners.

His son King Of Change scored in the Group 1 Queen Elizabeth II Stakes and was second in the Group 1 2000 Guineas, while Move Swiftly won the Group 2 Duke of Cambridge Stakes at Royal Ascot and Nocturnal Fox took the Group 2 Prix Hocquart. Dee Ex Bee has had two Group 3 victories and was second in both the Group 1 Derby and the Group 1 Ascot Gold Cup. Farhh’s yearlings have fetched prices up to 375,000gns.