|WAR FRONT (USA)||Danzig (USA)||Northern Dancer|
|Pas de Nom|
|Starry Dreamer (USA)||Rubiano|
|MISTY FOR ME (IRE)||Galileo (IRE)||Sadler’s Wells|
|Butterfly Cove (USA)||Storm Cat|
|Mr. P’s Princess|
1st dam MISTY FOR ME, by Galileo. Champion 2YO Filly in France & Ireland in 2010. Champion 3YO filly in Ireland in 2011. 5 wins-3 at 2-from 1200m to 2000m, £8,743, €664,393, US$198,000, Curragh Moyglare Stud S., Gr.1, Longchamp Prix Marcel Boussac, Gr.1, Curragh Pretty Polly S., Gr.1, Irish One Thousand Guineas, Gr.1, Irish Stallion Farms 2YO S., 2d Curragh Debutante S., Gr.2, 3d Leopardstown Matron S., Gr.1, Breeders' Cup Filly & Mare Turf S., Gr.1. Sister to BALLYDOYLE, TWIRL. Dam of five named foals, four to race, three winners, inc:- ROLY POLY (f. by War Front). 6 wins-3 at 2-from 1000m to 1600m, £474,713, €282,203, US$345, Newmarket Falmouth S., Gr.1, Deauville Prix Rothschild, Gr.1, Newmarket Sun Chariot S., Gr.1, Duchess of Cambridge S., Gr.2, Curragh Grangecon Stud S., Gr.3, 2d Royal Ascot Coronation S., Gr.1, Newmarket Cheveley Park S., Gr.1, Irish One Thousand Guineas, Gr.1, York Lowther S., Gr.2, 4th Curragh Marble Hill S., L. U S NAVY FLAG (c. by War Front). 5 wins. See below. COVER SONG (f. by Fastnet Rock). 2 wins at 6½f, 1m, Santa Anita Autumn Miss S., Gr.3.
At 2: Newmarket Middle Park S., Gr.1 (6f beating Fleet Review and Cardsharp), Dewhurst S.,
Gr.1 (7f beating Mendelssohn and Seahenge), Curragh Round Tower S., Gr.3
(6f beating Landshark and Ball Girl), Dubai Duty Free Finest Surprise 2YO Maiden S. (6f),
2d Newmarket July S., Gr.2 (6f to Cardsharp and beating Rajasinghe), 3d Curragh Marble Hill S., L
(6f to Brother Bear and Would be King), 4th Curragh Phoenix S., Gr.1 (6f)
At 3: Newmarket July Cup, Gr.1 (6f beating Brando and Fleet Review), 2d Irish Two Thousand
Guineas, Gr.1 (1m to Romanised and beating Gustav Klimt), 4th Leopardstown Two Thousand
Guineas Trial, L (7f)
Leading 3YO Male on the 2018 WTR (Sprint).
Champion 2YO in Europe in 2017. Champion 2YO Colt in GB & Ireland in 2017.
Champion 3YO Sprinter in Europe in 2018. Champion 3YO Sprinter in GB & Ireland in 2018.
Annual Timeform Rating: 123 (at 2), 125 (at 3).
World Thoroughbred Ranking: 119 (in 2018).
U S Navy Flag led throughout, winning over the Newmarket six furlongs and beating home Mendelssohn (USA) by two and a half lengths. In doing so, U S Navy Flag became the first two-year-old since Diesis in 1982 to win both the Middle Park Stakes and Dewhurst Stakes, while also recording the fastest ever time in the Dewhurst.
Beating home race favourite Blue Point (IRE) and multiple Group 1-winning sprinter Redkirk Warrior (GB), U S Navy Flag added the July Cup to his Group 1 scores. In doing so, he completed a Newmarket Group 1 triple crown and carved himself a niche in racing history.
Flying down the straight course at Newmarket, U S Navy Flag put in a gutsy performance to win the six-furlong feature half a length ahead of Fleet Review, while also upstaging Phoenix Stakes-winning Sioux Nation.
Bred by Haras de Saint Par
“Our first foal this year is a beautiful and strong bay filly by U S Navy Flag out of Amorine (by Montjeu, out of Gr.1 winner Amorama).” – Haras de Saint Pair
Pictured at four days old, bred by Aidan and Anne Marie O’Brien
“She is a smashing filly with a lovely head and she is very much in the mould of her sire.” – Aidan O’Brien
Pictured at 10 days old, bred by Gigginstown House Stud
“He’s a lovely, correct first foal and is a very good advertisement for his sire.” – Eddie O’Leary
The first southern hemisphere foal by Valachi Downs shuttle stallion U S Navy Flag (USA) has been
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