Leading first-crop sire Blue Point took his winner count to 18 with a double on Saturday and Sunday.
First too record a victory was Specific Times at York on Saturday, when she made all the running to win a valuable Nursery by two lengths.
Trained by Charlie Johnston, the Times Of Wigan-homebred filly was making her fourth career start.
A day later in France, Mondrial ran out an impressive debutant scorer over 1400m at Chantilly. Bred by Dieter Burkle and trained by Jean-Claude Rouget, the €100,000 Arqana August yearling won going away by three-quarters-of-a-length.
One to follow!— At The Races (@AtTheRaces) July 16, 2023
Blue Point colt Mondrial looks very smart with a late burst to score on debut at @fgchantilly for Jean-Claude Rouget and @CristianDemuro...
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Blue Point has now sired 18 individual winners, two more than his nearest rival Soldier’s Call and nine more than and other European first-crop stallion. He runners are led by impressive Royal Ascot scorer Big Evs.