Frankel’s Stud Career

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  1. PNkt

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    I’ve been keeping tabs on the names and trainers for the first crop of Frankel two year olds for next year and am replicating the list below. I will keep adding to it as and when I find out more information.

    If you want to know more about the breeders/owners/pedigrees of the horses listed below you can refer back to my earlier threads on Frankel’s first book of mares and the performance of his offspring at the sales.

    Exciting times ahead in 2016!

    Named Horses

    KAREEMAH (IRE) filly– ALFAWARIS (GB) - Derby Entry - in training with Owen Burrows
    DYNAFORCE (USA) filly - ALJEZEERA (GB) - in training with Luca Cumani
    TARIYSHA (IRE) colt – ALWAATHEQ (IRE) - Derby Entry - in training with Owen Burrows
    PEARLING (USA) filly - AMBROSIA (GB) - in training with Roger Varian
    CLEPSYDRA (GB) filly - AMSER (GB) - in training with Andre Fabre
    NEBRASKA TORNADO (USA) fillyASPIRER (GB) - in training with Andre Fabre
    DORCAS LANE (GB) colt - ATTY PERSSE - Derby Entry - in training with Roger Charlton
    MIDSUMMER (GB) filly - AURORA GOLD (GB) - in training with John Gosden

    OATSEE (USA) filly - AVEENA
    EDEN’S MOON (USA) colt BARRAQ (IRE) in training with H F Devin
    SEQUENCE (IRE) colt– BRAVE VENTURE (GB)
    BOARD MEETING (IRE) filly - BRAVE VISION (IRE) - in France
    BALANCE (USA) colt– BROOKLYN BOBBY (USA) - in training with B Lynch
    IN CLOVER (GB) colt CALL THE WIND (GB) - Derby Entry - in training with Freddie Head
    HASTEN (IRE) colt - CAPTOR (GB) - Derby Entry - in training with David Simcock
    CARISOLO (GB) filly - CARRY A FLAME (IRE) - in training with Andre Fabre
    MODEL QUEEN (USA) colt - COMMANDER (GB) - Derby Entry - in training with Roger Varian
    APSARA (FR) colt - COMMENTARIOLUS (IRE) - Derby Entry in training with Pascal Bary
    EDEN’S CAUSEWAY (USA) filly - COOFA DIVA (GB) - in Japan
    HONORINE(IRE) colt - COUNT OCTAVE - Derby Entry - in training with Andrew Balding
    RHADEGUNDA (GB) colt – CRACKSMAN (GB) - in training with John Gosden
    CHRYSTHANTHEMUM (IRE) Colt - CUNCO (IRE) - in training with John Gosden
    DISCREET BRIEF (IRE) filly - DISCRETIONARY in training with Ralph Beckett
    SAND VIXEN (GB) colt - DREAM CASTLE (GB) - in training with Saeed Bin Suroor
    COLOUR (AUS) filly - DREAM IN COLOUR (GB) in training with Charlie Appleby
    ASPIRING DIVA (USA) filly - ELPHIN (GB)
    ELUSIVE WAVE (IRE) filly - ELUSIVE HAPPINESS (JPN) - in Japan
    LAHUDOOD (GB) colt– ELYAASAAT (USA) - Derby Entry - in training with William Haggas
    YOU’LL BE MINE colt - EMINENT (IRE) - Derby Entry - in training with Martyn Meade
    DAR RE MI (GB) colt - ERDOGAN (GB) - Derby Entry in training with John Gosden
    REVERED (GB) filly - EUROPIUM (GB) - in training with Dermot Weld
    MARIE DE MEDICI (USA) filly - EXTRA MILE (GB)in training with Saeed Bin Suroor
    AFRICAN ROSE (GB) filly – FAIR EVA (GB) - in training with Roger Charlton
    ICON PROJECT (USA) colt - FASHION BUSINESS - in training with Roger Charlton
    GOODWOOD MARCH (GB) filly - FAVOTAL (JPN) - in Japan
    BINCHE (USA) colt - FINCHE (GB) - in training with Andre Fabre
    ZEE ZEE TOP (GB) filly– FIZZI TOP (GB)
    TAROCCHI (USA) colt– FRANKED (GB) - Derby Entry - in training with Andre Fabre
    TASHZARA (IRE) colt - FRANKINCENSE - in USA
    DOOKUS (IRE) colt - FRANKUUS (IRE) - in training with Mark Johnston
    KALIMA (GB) filly - FRIMA (GB) - in training with Dermot Weld
    FIRST (GB) filly - FUTURE ENERGY (GB) - in training with David Simcock
    PLATONIC (GB) filly GHALYAH (GB) in training with Ed Dunlop
    NOELANI (IRE) colt - GLOBAL IMPACT - in training with H-F Devin
    VITAL STATISTICS (GB) filly GOLDEN HOOVES - in training with Nicolas Clement
    ALEXANDER GOLDRUN (IRE) filly - GOLDRUSH (IRE) in training with Jim Bolger
    KIRINDA (IRE) filly - HARBA (IRE) - in training with William Haggas
    QUEST TO PEAK (USA) filly - ICESPIRE (GB)
    NOAHS ARK (IRE) colt - IMMORTALISED - in training with Karl Burke
    IN LINGERIE (USA) filly - IN LUXURY (JPN) - in Japan
    JIBBOOM (USA) filly - JIMJAM (GB)
    DANCEABOUT (GB) colt - KHATTAR (GB) - Derby Entry - in training with Hugo Palmer
    QUEEN’S LOGIC (IRE) colt - KING'S ADVICE (GB) - in training with Richard Fahey
    FINSCEAL BEO (IRE) filly - LA FIGLIA (IRE) - in training with Jeremy Noseda
    LADY VETTORI (GB) filly - LADY FRANKELin training with Andre Fabre
    GUESSING (USA) filly - LADY FRANKIE - in training with Nigel Tinkler
    COMPELLING (IRE) Colt - LAST KINGDOM (USA) - Derby Entry - in training with Andre Fabre
    LIGHTENING PEARL (IRE) colt - LIGHTENING FAST (GB) - in training with Ger Lyons
    DROPS (IRE) colt - MAJORIS (IRE) in training with Hugo Palmer
    MARINE BLEUE (IRE) colt - MARINE ONE - Derby Entry - in training with David Simcock
    MI SUENO (USA) filly - MI SUERTO (JPN) - in Japan
    ROSE BONHEUR (GB) filly - MIDDLE EAST - in training with Jean-Claude Rouget
    REACHING (IRE) colt - MIKEY READY - in training with Ed Walker
    HEAT HAZE (GB) colt - MIRAGE DANCER (GB) - Derby Entry - in training with Sir Michael Stoute
    MIRABILIS (USA) filly - MONARCHS GLEN (GB) - in training with John Gosden
    CEPHALONIE (USA) filly - MOON MOUNTAIN (GB)
    MIDDAY (GB) filly – MORI (GB)in training with Sir Michael Stoute
    INDIA colt– MOZU ASCOT (USA) - in Japan
    MUSICAL TREAT (IRE) colt - MUSIKEL (IRE) - in training with Jim Bolger
    MISS KELLER (IRE) colt - NEW HORIZONS - in Japan
    DANEDREAM (GER) filly – NOTHING BUT DREAMS (GB) - in training with Roger Varian
    ARRIVE (GB) filly – OCCURRENCE (GB) - in training with Roger Charlton
    AMANEE (AUS) filly - OMNEEYA (GB) in training with Marco Botti
    TAKE THE HINT (GB) filly - OVERVIEW (GB)in training with Andre Fabre
    ZAGORA (FR) coltOSHAYGER - in training with Andre Fabre - Derby Entry
    LADY OF THE DESERT (USA) filly – QUEEN KINDLY (GB)in training with Richard Fahey
    HURRY HOME HILLARY (USA) filly - RAIN ON THE DUNE - in training with Nicolas Clement
    GIFT RANGE (IRE) colt– RAINBOW LEGACY (IRE) - Derby Entry - in training with Sir Michael Stoute
    DANCING RAIN (IRE) filly - RAINSWEPT (GB) - in training with Andre Fabre
    LAURELEI (IRE) filly - RELENTLESS ONE
    REGGANE (GB) filly– REZAT (GB) - in training with Alain de Royer-Dupre
    INTRIGUED (GB) colt - RHODES HOUSE (GB) - in training with Paul Cole
    ROSE OF SUMMER (USA) colt - RISE EAGLE (IRE) - in Japan
    RUBINA filly - RUBILINDA - in training with Chad Brown
    ROSIE’S POSY (IRE) colt - SAN REMO - Derby Entry - in training with Aidan O'Brien
    DRIFTING (IRE) colt - SEIRIOS (IRE) - in training with David Simcock
    RED BLOOM (GB) colt – SENATOR (GB) - in training with Richard Fahey
    HEAVEN SENT (GB) colt - SEVEN HEAVENS (GB) - Derby Entry - in training with John Gosden
    SOCIETY HOSTESS (USA) colt – SOLO SAXOPHONE (IRE) - in training with Dermot Weld
    STACELITA (FR) filly - SOUL STIRRING (JPN) - in Japan
    DIARY (IRE) colt - SPECIAL OPS (GB) - in training with Ger Lyons
    SOIGNEE (GER) filly– SPERALITA (FR) - in France
    SWISS LAKE (USA) colt - SWISS STORM (GB) - in training with David Elsworth
    LATIN LOVE (IRE) colt - TANGO FIRE (FR) - in training with Richard Hannon
    PIPING (IRE) colt - THE GRAND VISIR (GB) - Derby Entry - in training with William Haggas
    FIRST FLEET (USA) colt - TOP DECK (FR) - in training with Criquette Head-Maarek
    RAMRUMA (USA) filly - TOUCH OF PARADISE (IRE)
    CASSYDORA (GB) filly - TOULIFAUT (IRE) in training with Jean-Claude Rouget
    HAZEL LAVERY (IRE) colt - TSAVO (GB) - in training with Hugo Palmer
    ZOMARADAH (GB) colt - UAE KING (GB) - in training with Roger Varian
    SONG (IRE) filly - WASMIYA
    VERY GOOD NEWS (USA) colt - WEEKENDER (GB) - Derby Entry - in training with John Gosden
    BEYOND DESIRE (GB) filly - WISHING TIME - in training with David O'Meara
    SUPERSTAR LEO (IRE) filly - YARAKI (GB) - in training with William Haggas
    TURAMA (GB) colt - ZEFFERINO (GB) - Derby Entry - in training with Roger Charlton

    Unnamed Horses

    CRYSTAL GAZE (IRE) colt - Derby Entry - in training with John Gosden
    HELLEBORINE (GB) colt - died
    KID GLOVES (GB) filly - died
    LAHALEEB (IRE) colt -
    STRAIGHT LASS (IRE) colt– in training with Andre Fabre
    TIMEPIECE (GB) colt
     
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    I'd expect to see a big rush on names in the coming months and I tend to talk to a lot of British training yards in January/February so will be on the look out for any Frankel's there.

    The French horses are easy to track down as they have a searchable database that is open to the public.
     
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    Thanks Princess. Looks like he's been busy <laugh>
     
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    I am not sure about 'fizzy top' ! I feel sure if you spent what is necessary to breed your mare with Frankel you must at least be dreaming of a horse that goes into the record books, It's not easy to come up with a Dancing Brave but surely you could have done better than Fizzy Top.

    I quite like Brooklyn Bobby

    My suggestions would be

    Warren Place - Warren Warrior - Warren Hill - Warren Beatty (no scrap that one) or Crathes Castle (only for a top notch prospect)

    Can you send the idea of Crathes Castle to someone princess as I would love to see a horse running under that name? It is the ancestral home of Sir Henry in Scotland and where he is laid to rest.
     
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    I'm of the opinion that horses with daft names never reach the top level. A few years ago there was a horse called Frosty the Snowman entered in the Derby. He was never going to win!
     
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    <laugh>
     
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    Bluesky, I'm sure the name will have occurred to someone but if I chat to one of the girls at Juddmonte I will mention it.
     
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    <laugh> Never won a race but started favourite for one. Got beaten by another 3yo at Nottingham over 10f; I suppose that was inevitable <doh>
     
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    Have to say that I am in agreement with Bluesky9 about calling the Zee Zee Top daughter Fizzi Top, especially as I follow the family!

    For what it is worth, I do not think that we will be seeing many of the Frankel two year olds early in the season as the book of mares that visited was not exactly packed with sprint pedigrees.
     
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    I've never found myself aligned to John McCririck,but I do agree with his premise that those ridiculous Arabic names should be nulified.

    Some would disagree.
     
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    I dunno Dex, names like Mutafaweek and Alhaarth just roll off the tongue. A bit like all those fecking Gaelic names Jim Bolger insists on <whistle>
     
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    Ah well
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    I personally hate the name Frankel......
     
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    Without causing controversy, could the one out of Noah's Ark be called "Arkel"



    **Cue complete pandemonium**
     
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    Faaarkenellll. <yikes>
     
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    Racing Post have published a list of the two year olds with names and trainers (presumably from Juddmonte) so I'll update the list this afternoon while the mini-Princess has her nap!
     
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    I'm a bit confused as to why there are horses listed with Olly Stevens and Barry Hills as both have handed in their licences.
     
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    Frankly, I would have avoided any name containing all the letters of Arkle
     
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    You will both be struggling with your naming suggestions if trying to register horses in Britain (not sure about other jurisdictions).

    Firstly, names that sound like previous famous horses although spelt differently are automatically rejected, so you could not have “Cher Garr”, “C The Starz”, “Dan Sin Brave” or “Dez Air Tour Kid” either.

    Secondly, names which contain / sound like profanities or which are likely to cause offence are also barred. We might sometimes refer to them as “Feckin’ donkey” but the owners cannot officially name them as such.

    The list of trainers containing the names of trainers who have relinquished their licenses almost certainly indicates that the list has been compiled based on which trainer the beast was stabled with at the time the name was registered. A friend of mine owns bits of a couple of unraced youngsters in syndicates, one of which does not have a name yet and is in Olly Stevens’ stable.
     
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