Allez Y (IRE)
|Monarchic (IRE)||Kingman (GB)||Invincible Spirit (IRE)||Green Desert (USA)|
|2011||Zenda (GB)||Zamindar (USA)|
|2019||Allez Y (IRE)||Rip Van Winkle (IRE)||Galileo (IRE)|
|2006||Looking Back (IRE)|
|2012||L'Ancresse (IRE)||Darshaan (GB)|
|2000||Solo De Lune (IRE)|
third foal; half-brother to 12.4f AW winner Dirham Emarati (RPR 81); fifth of nine in 5.5f maiden (unraced colts and geldings) at Chantilly in June 2021 and similar effort when third of eight at Saint-Cloud (7f) later the same month; beaten a neck and a short neck in two runs in November at Chantilly (1m) and Deauville (7.5f); second, beaten a neck again, at Saint-Cloud (7f) on next start after a break in May 2022; desperately disappointing over same C&D in June (eased when beaten); much better at Compiegne (1m, very soft) in October, finishing second, beaten a neck; won twice following month at Chantilly (both 1m, standard); started 2023 by finishing fifth of eight in 1m Listed race at Saint-Cloud in March; matched that by finishing fifth of eleven at Longchamp (7f) in April; followed that with a handicap win at Saint-Cloud (7f; good to soft) in May.