Golden Horn’s exciting daughter Haskoy has been supplemented for Saturday’s St Leger, for which she is fourth favourite in the betting at around 7/1.

The Juddmonte-bred filly is out of the Listed-winning Nathaniel mare Natavia and is unbeaten in her two starts for Ralph Beckett. Having broken her maiden at Wolverhampton at the end of July, she went straight into Listed company at York’s Ebor meeting and became the second daughter of Golden Horn to win the Sir Henry Cecil Galtres Stakes.

Haskoy is not the only one of Golden Horn’s offspring with some lofty targets in sight. Four-year-old Botanik, who enjoyed a terrific summer in Deauville winning the G2 Grand Prix de Deauville and G3 Prix de Reux, is now being aimed at the Breeders’ Cup Turf at Keeneland. His trainer Andre Fabre has won that Grade 1 contest three times already with In The Wings, Shirocco and Talismanic.