Three more winners this week for Harbour Watch

Harbour Watch has sired three more winners this week and a new Stakes performer.  

The two-year-old Mrs Teasdale recorded her first win when gamely landing the Signal 107 More Of Your Music Novice Auction Stakes at Wolverhampton yesterday for trainer Archie Watson and owner WJA Nash.  Bred by Whatton Manor Stud, she is a half sister to the multiple 5f winner Jebediah Shine out of Ardessie (Bahamian Bounty), a half-sister to Stakes winner Cathedral.

Also yesterday Delfie Lane scored for the second time when winning the starspreads.com Handicap at Brighton.  Trained and owned by Richard Hughes, who knows Harbour Watch so well from his jockey days, this three-year-old is proving a very consistent campaigner having also been placed seven times this season. Bred by Catridge Farm Stud, Delfie Lane is out of the Cadeaux Genereux mare Anneliina, dam of several other multiple winners in Cadeaux Pearl, Cheap Street, Piccostar and Rioliina.

Across the globe, the two-year-old filly Lets Get Nauti Gal won her maiden when taking the Allsopps Signs Maiden Plate at Tamworth in Australia on 10th July for trainer Kris Lees and owners P Boyle, Miss L Gordon, Ms S Parkingson and Ms S Jamison-Jones.  The filly has previously finished third in the Listed Inglis 2yo Classic at Randwick.

In addition, at the weekend two time winner Queen Of Time continued her good form to finish second in the Listed Coral Distaff at Sandown.  She is sure to go one better in Pattern level for her trainer Henry Candy very soon.  

Harbour Watch has now sired 31 winners in Europe and 8 Stakes winners or performers, and remains amongst the leaders of what is proving a very competitive crop of second-season sires.

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