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Zafeen’s runners show promise 31/07/09

First-season sire Zafeen has been represented by three winners so far this season and it will be no surprise to see that number grow significantly in the second half of the season as he has also had a number of placed horses who have given strong hints that they too will soon be off the mark.

Zafeereli was Zafeen’s first winner at Saint-Cloud on 13 April. A week later Grand Zafeen won on debut at Pontefract for owner/breeder Jaber Abdullah and trainer Mick Channon, the team behind his sire’s successful career. The colt has also finished runner-up in two of his other three starts. Huygens has run just twice and notched his first win on his most recent appearance at Folkestone.

Secret Queen also runs in Jaber Abdullah’s colours but is trained by Brian Meehan and she has shown much promise from her three runs to date, finishing third on debut and runner-up on both subsequent outings, each time being beaten by less than a length. She holds an entry for the Group One Moyglare Stud Stakes at the end of August.

Court Gown is another filly to keep an eye on after an impressive debut last week, in which she was second by a neck in a seven-furlong maiden, while the scopey-looking White Devil posted a decent third at Sandown on 29 July for Andrew Balding and owner/breeder Robert Hanson.

Cassidy K has been one of Zafeen’s busiest campaigners this season. The chestnut filly, bred in partnership by Overbury and Brook Stud, has been placed in four of her five starts.