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Dubai Millennium’s daughters give Bertolini a juvenile double 12/08/09

The Darley-bred Dahakaa became the most recent of Bertolini’s juvenile winners when scoring by a length and a quarter at Wolverhampton on 10 August. The Michael Jarvis-trained colt was the second of Bertolini’s winners out of a mare by Dubai Millennium in just three days after Tremolo made a winning debut over six furlongs in Japan.

Dahakaa is the first winner for Dorrati, an unraced daughter of Ribblesdale Stakes winner and Oaks runner-up Bahr. Dahakaa was third on his debut in a Newamrket maiden in May and, despite showing signs of greenness on his second start, he won his race with plenty in hand and looks a colt to follow.

Two-year-old Tremolo, bred by Darley in Japan, has clearly looked the part from a very early stage as he was sold for 19,000,000 Yen (£121,000) as a yearling and has now succeeded on his first start for owner Kaneko Makoto Holdings Ltd. He is also out of a mare from the sole crop of Dubai Millennium, Royal Gala.

With 14 juvenile winners in Europe so far this year, Bertolini is currently lying in joint-seventh place in the table for leading sires of two-year-olds.

Followers of German racing will have noted a highly promising three-year-old daughter of Bertolini, King’s Bell, who is now unbeaten in three starts having won impressively over seven furlongs at Krefeld on 9 August.

Her three-and-a-half length victory followed on from success at Hamburg on 1 July after making a winning debut at Dortmund on 21 May. King’s Bell, who was bred by Jan H A Baggen, is out of the Crusader Sword mare Kingston Avenue.

Four-year-old Andrasta was another of Bertolini’s daughters to find herself in the winner’s enclosure at the weekend following her victory at Ayr on Saturday. The Peter Barclay-bred filly has now won four times at two, three and four.