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Hibaayeb with Rafael Bejarano up wins the GoYellow Ribbon Stakes at Oak Tree at Hollywood Park 02.10.2010

Hibaayeb comes from the same family as Oh So Sharp

  PICTURE: Equi-Sports Photos Alex Evers  

US:Ryehill Dreamer strikes for Kilfrush Stud

RYEHILL DREAMER  secured a US stakes win for his breeder Kilfrush Stud when landing the Grade 2 American Handicap at Hollywood.

By the Danehill horse Catcher In The Rye, Ryehill Dreamer  is out of a half-sister to the stud's 2,000 Guineas winner Passing Sale and Group 3 winner Once In My Life.  She was sold by Tally-Ho Stud at Doncaster as a yearling in 2007 for £41,000, having been bought from Kilfrush for €26,000 at a Goffs foal.

A British-bred triumph was secured when Hibaayeb won the Grade 2 Sheepshead Bay Stakes at Belmont, her first win since the last year's Grade 1 Yellow Ribbon.

The daughter of the late Darley sire Singspiel, was bred by Rabbah, and her third dam Oh So Hot is a half-sister to  Sheikh Mohammed's brilliant filly Oh So Sharp.

Although UK-trained by Gerald Butler, Pachattack, the winner of the Grade 3 Arlington Stakes,  is a US-bred son of Pulpit, sire of Breeders' Cup Dirt Mile winner Corinthian, UAE Derby winner Essence Of Dubai and Forego Stakes winner Pyro.

Bred by Dapple Broodmares 2004, her dam El Laoob was Listed-placed when trained by John Gosden.

Crimson China, a three-year-old son of Giant's Causeway formerly trained by Brian Meehan,  landed his first stakes victory whenwinning at Monmouth. Now owned by Team Valor and trained by Graham Motion, Crimson China was bred by Plantation Stud and Silver Springs Stud Farm. His dam, the Mr Greeley mare Crimson China,  is a half-sister to Prix Morny winner Elusive City.




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