14th June 2010
There was a notable double at the big meeting at San Siro when the Scuderia Effevi-owned and Azienda Agricola Allevamento Deni-bred pair Kidnapping and Jakkalberry collected two of the three big races.
Kidnapping, a typically tough and consistent son of Intikhab, ran out the easy three and a half length winner of the Gran Premio d’Italia, his third Listed success of the campaign, while Jakkalberry took the Gr.1 Gran Premio di Milano.
Both colts are out of the Barathea mare Claba di San Jore, who is from the family of the 1978 Champion Italian Three-Year-Old Filly Croda Alta. Claba di San Jore was no star on the racecourse – winning once from 11 starts – but her first foal, Awelmarduk (Almutawakel), won the 2007 Gr.1 Derby Italiano and she now has two more extremely talented colts in Kidnapping and Jakkalberry.
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