Le Brivido, who started his career at Overbury Stud and now stands in France at Haras de la Haie Neuve, was represented by his first winner on Saturday, Etel, in a €16,000 maiden at Cholet.

The filly was bred by Julian Ince of Haras du Logis, who has been a great supporter of the particularly handsome son of Siyouni.

At the forthcoming October Yearling Sale at Arqana he consigns two of the eight yearlings by him: one is the first foal of Listed Premio Omenoni winner Do It In Rio, and the other is the full-brother to Brio, the son of Le Brivido who went into plenty of notebooks when flying at the finish of the Prix As d’Atout at Saint-Cloud on Thursday, finishing a short-neck second on debut.