8
Jun
2016
She is the first Frankel runner - and winner - to be owned and bred by Juddmonte Farms, thereby racing in the pink and green colours of Frankel himself

Juddmonte's first Frankel runner wins first time out

Fair Eva became Frankel's third winner (from four starters) on Wednesday (8th June) when winning the EBF Novice Fillies' Stakes at Haydock by four lengths in impressive fashion on her debut run.

She is the first Frankel runner - and winner - to be owned and bred by Juddmonte Farms, thereby racing in the pink and green colours of Frankel himself. 

Born on 12th April 2014, Fair Eva (pictured as a foal) is the fourth foal out of Gr.1 winning sprinter African Rose (Observatory). African Rose is also a full-sister to Gr.3 winner and Gr.1-placed two-year-old Helleborine, and is out of a half-sister to Dewhurst Stakes Gr.1 winner Distant Music.

Fair Eva is a fourth generation Juddmonte homebred - 11 of the 14 horses in the first three generations of her family are Juddmonte bred or owned.

"Fair Eva is a filly we have always liked. She is a beautiful mover and very strong. There are no immediate plans but I would think there will be nothing too quick, we will give her a bit of time," said Harry Charlton, son of Fair Eva's trainer Roger Charlton and assistant. 

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“Quality colt, tall with size and scope. Strong hind legs. Very good foal,” was Banstead Manor Stud manager Simon Mockridge’s assessment of the newborn Frankel.