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Yarmouth: bargain buy wins on debut

AOMEN upstaged more expensive rivals to land the Bet On Toteplacepot At Maiden Stakes at Yarmouth on his debut on Monday.

James Fanshawe trains the Shamardal gelding, who cost only 5,500gns as a foal at the Tattersalls December sale. His dam, Kathy Caerleon by Caerleon, is an unraced half-sister to Chester Vase winner High Baroque.

Bred by Allevamento Pian Di Neve, he is a half-brother to two winners from two runners: Benedict Spirit and Khun John.

The places were filled by theMahmood Al Zarooni-trained Chat Room, by Dubawi, and El Wasmi, a brother to Sri Putra by Oasis Dream. Both cost 150,000gns as yearlings from Tattersalls October Book 1.




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