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Half-brother to
Zaham scores on debut

HAASHED barely had to be shaken up to score on his debut in division two of the 1m juvenile maiden at Lingfield on Monday.

The Mark Johnston-trained son of Mr Greeley is the third colt out of the Soviet Star mare Guerre Et Paix to carry Sheikh Hamdan's colours to victory following the Silver Hawk-sired pair Zaham and Alqaab.

However, Haashed is not a Shadwell homebred. Instead, he was bred by London Thoroughbred Services and purchased for $450,000 by Sheikh Hamdan's operation at last year's Keeneland September Sale following the exploits of Zaham, who leapt to prominence when taking the Listed Hampton Court Stakes at Royal Ascot.

Their dam, Guerre Et Paix, won over 1m as a two-year-old in France before gaining black-type in the Prix Madame Jean Couterie.

She is one of three stakes performers out of Fire And Shade following the Grade 3-placed Shadowland and Listed-placed Freedom Flame, and is a granddaughter of Fatah Flare,winner of the Musidora Stakes.




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