Ajman Princess leads throughout in G1 Darley Prix Jean Romanet

Ajman Princess leads throughout in G1 Darley Prix Jean Romanet
Photo: Darley

Ajman Princess took the lead at the start and never looked back as she swept to a one-and-a-quarter length victory in the G1 Darley Prix Jean Romanet at Deauville August 20.
It was the first G1 victory for the four-year-old daughter of Teofilo, who has always shown considerable promise throughout her career.
Dismissed at odds of 11-1, the Roger Varian-trained filly led the field into the straight. Jockey Andrea Atzeni then angled her off the rail where she quickened up well and held on to claim victory.
Bred in Ireland by Darley, Ajman Princess races in the colors of Sheikh Mohammed Obaid Al Maktoum. Ajman Princess is out of the mare Reem Three, a Stakes-placed daughter of Mark Of Esteem. Ajman Princess hails from the immediate family of Afsare (by Dubawi), winner of the G2 Celebration Mile.

Teofilo has sired 28 Stakes horses this season including impressive Australian G1 winner Humidor and dual G2 hero Permian. Ajman Princess is the second Graded/Group Stakes winner for her sire this weekend. On Saturday, his son Massaat captured the G2 Hungerford Stakes at Newbury.

Source: Darley Press Release

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