Two Group Horses and Eighth Individual Winners for Exciting First Season Sire Tamayuz.

Two Group Horses and Eighth Individual Winners for Exciting First Season Sire Tamayuz.

Derrinstown Stud’s first season sire Tamayuz struck again with his eighth individual first crop winning two-year-old. Lizzie Tudor won gamely at Doncaster on the 18th of August. Bred by Mickley Stud, this daughter of Tamayuz is out of the Dubai Destination mare Silca Destination and was trained by Andrew Balding.

Previously, The Gatling Boy got up to win gamely at Salisbury on the 16th of August.Trained by Richard Hannon and ridden by Richard Hughes and bred by the late Sean Collins the good looking son of Tamayuz showed that there will be more to come in the future.

The Gatling Boy is out of a Mujtahid mare and was purchased by Peter and Ross Doyle Bloodstock for 32,000gns on behalf of Kennet Valley Thoroughbreds.

Previous to this Tamayuz Star won first time out for his trainer Richard Hannon and his breeder John Malone on the 12th of August. This followed the impressive win by Taayel who also won first time out at Yarmouth on the 9th of August for trainer John Gosden and owner Sheikh Hamdan Al Maktoum. The good looking Tamayuz colt was bred by Cora Srl and is out of the Sakhee mare Sakhee’s Song.

On the 11th of August the Sheikh Hamdan owned and bred daughter of Tamayuz Reyaadah came third second time out in the Group 3 Sweet Solera Stakes at Newmarket. Reyaadah is out of the Green Desert mare Tafaani, still showed signs of greenness in what was a very hot renewal of this 7 furlong event.

Previously Meiner Eternel got off to a perfect start when winning first time out in Kokura(Japan) for his owner, Thoroughbred Club Ruffian, trainer Masato Nishizono and his breeder Jimmy Murphy of Redpender Stud.

Meiner Eternal is out of the Piccolo mare For Evva Silca and was a 290,000gns purchase last year. He rewarded his owners with a maiden race win earning of €74,000.

Another principle First Crop two-year-old for Tamayuz is the good looking colt Sir Prancealot who won the National Stakes (Listed Race) at Sandown. He also came second in the Prix Robert Papin on the 27th of July, Group 2.

Bred by Dermot Cantillon and Forenaughts Stud, Sir Prancealot was sold in the Goffs November Foal sale for €52,000 and then resold in the Goffs Orby yearling sale for €140,000. He was bought by Peter and Ross Doyle Bloodstock on behalf of Andrew Tinkler.

Sir Prancealot is out of the Listed winning Catrail mare Mona Em, making him a half-brother to Listed winner Nice Applause. Mona Em was covered in 2011 by another Derrinstown Stallion Arcano.

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