2.7 Million Guineas Kingman’s Galileo Gold half-brother set for Leicester debut | Bloodstock News
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Akhu Najla in the sales ring at Park Paddocks during the sale for 2,700,000 gns
Akhu Najla, a half-brother of Kingman to the star of Classic Galileo Gold and a cool 2,700,000 gns buy from the Tattersalls Book sale on October 1 of last year, will debut in the opening of the British EBF Novice Stakes (1.00) in Leicester on Tuesday.
Bred by Pantile Stud, the colt is the seventh offspring of the mare Galileo Galicuix, double-sister of King’s Stand Stakes and the hero of the Prix de l’Abbaye Goldream.
Akhu Najla, who is owned by KHK Racing, is the half-brother of 2000 Guineas scorer Galileo Gold, who also won St James’s Palace and Vintage Stakes for Hugo Palmer and Al Shaqab Racing, as well as the Irish Guineas and Sussex Stakes . .
The son of Paco Boy has had a successful season with his first generation of juveniles, with his three Stakes winners including Phoenix Stakes scorer Ebro River as well as Six Perfections Prize winner and Marcel Boussac Oscula Prize winner. The eight-year-old showed up this year for a fee of â¬ 5,000.
Akhu Najla is also related to five other winners, while his mother herself is from a Machiavellian half-sister of multi-time Stakes winner Mont Rocher.
– Pantile Stud (@PantileStud) October 6, 2020
The two-year-old takes on ten rivals in the seven-meter competition, including Godolphin’s Yukon Star, an unpublished son of Oasis Dream from a half-sister of Mount Nelson, Knight of honor, by the decorated knight and by Princess Noor, winner of the Princess Margaret Stakes, and V sight, a son of Churchill and a relative of the recent Stakes Scope winner.
The second division of the pious novices (1.30) will see the breeding of Sunderland Holding Fairy Morgane make his debut.
Lope De Vega’s daughter is from an unreleased half-sister or full sister to top sprinter Muthmir and My Titania, a Group 3 winning daughter of Sea The Stars and dam of Earl of Sefton Stakes winner and Prix d’Ispahan third Mon ObÃ©ron.
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FIRST POSTED 18:30, 11 OCT 2021