Horse Racing

Angel Bleu’s half-brother debuts in Lingfield

Angel Bleu’s half brother, Siyouni leaves Lingfield | Spoon Dyga

Observations on the European Racing Scene highlight the best European races of the day, highlighting well-established horses early in their careers, notable horses that have been return to the competition and the young runners have achieved remarkable results in the sales round. Saturday’s observation has a Siyouni (Fr) half brother to Group 1 double winner Angel Bleu (Fr) (Dark Angel {Ire}).

12.40 Lingfield, November, £6,800, 2yo, 8f 1y (AWT)
Sheikh Nasser bin Hamad Al khali‘s fa IRE (IRE) (Siyouni {Fr}), the half-brother trained by Andrew Balding with previous term G1 Prix hero Jean-Luc Lagardere and G1 Criterium International hero Angel Bleu (Fr) (Dark Angel {Ire}), as the pony had the highest price at Arqana’s August 2021 match when he was knocked down for 1.5 million euros and faced eight opponents on this debut. The objection includes the owner’s one-time race Laser Guide (Ire) (King {GB}), who is not a half-sister won with the Golden Horn (GB) bull MG1SW (Cape Cross {Ire}), from Simon and Ed Crisford stables; and intern Ed Walker Waipiro (Ire) (Australia {GB})half-brother to last year’s G1 Queen’s Silver Jubilee Cup hero and G1 Stewards’ Cup dual hero Waikuku (Ire) (Harbour Watch {Ire}).

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