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It's a Kayf trio at Ascot

Three big-race winners on Saturday for the Champion sire 

Overbury Stud's five-time Champion jumps sire Kayf Tara struck with a Saturday afternoon hat-trick at Ascot. Six-year-old Tara Road, bred by GA Bosley, broke his hurdles maiden in the opener, a competitive two-and-a-half mile novices' handicap, getting up under Barry Geraghty for a narrow triumph. Already successful pointing and in a bumper, the good ground and longer trip brought out the best in him. Geraghty brought up a double for him and Kayf Tara in the Listed two-mile hurdle on five-year-old Sign Of A Victory, bred by John Hore and bought by current connections for £42,000 as a three-year-old. Trainer Nicky Henderson said, 'He's got speed and toe, and will go for the Ladbroke next.' Kayf Tara, who was only narrowly denied a hat-trick of Ascot Gold Cup victories, saw his four-year-old son Wilberdragon take the bumper to give him three wins on the day. Bred by EE Williams and sold for €36,000 as a foal, Wilberdragon is trained by Charlie Longsden, who said, 'He's a nice, big young horse. He might go hurdling as he jumps for fun.'