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Inns Of Court filly sparkles in Saudi Arabia

Consoling, a two-time winner for Ollie Pears as a two-year-old last year, added further to her record on Friday with a smart win on her Saudi Arabian debut at Riyadh.

Now owned by Fihan bin Faisal Almindeel Sons following her sale through the BBA Ireland out of last year's Tattersalls Autumn Horses in Training Sale, the daughter of Inns Of Court took the switch to the dirt in her stride to win the 18-runner event in good fashion.

Consoling was bred by Cecil and Martin McCracken out of Solace, a Langfuhr daughter of Group 3 winner Songerie.

Her win continues a strong start to 2024 for Inns Of Court after the recent impressive maiden successes of Roberto Caro and Perfect Judgement.

Roberto Caro was particularly impressive when breaking his maiden at Kempton. Trainer Ollie Sangster said: "Roberto Caro won nicely at Kempton having been off the track for a while. I expect him to have come forward for the run and he should prove tough to beat under a penalty next time."

One of last season's most successful first-crop sires, Inns Of Court stands for €5,000. His first crop is full of quality, containing stakes performers such as Megarry, Lia Fail, Vicuna and Gaenari.

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