Ridgemont Highlands’ five time G1 winning sire Canford Cliffs made his presence felt on British racetracks on Monday, with his progeny scoring at both Windsor and Catterick.
Canford Cliffs’ lightly raced 3yo son I Could Do Better made it three wins from as many starts when he romped home to a 2.75 length win in the Trial Racing TV For Free Novice Stakes over seven furlongs.
Under in-form hoop Daniel Tudhope, the gelded sophomore is trained by Keith Dalgleish.
Canford Cliffs is also the sire of durable gelding Tomily, who picked up his sixth career victory when he won over six furlongs at Windsor on Monday evening.
Trained by Richard Hannon Jr, Tomily has won or placed in 18 races for his connections and he was also placed in both the Listed Doncaster Stakes and Listed Hever Sprint Stakes.
Tomily is one of nearly 30 black type performers sired by Canford Cliffs, whose progeny include such notable group winners as Princess Posh, Most Beautiful, Cliff’s Edge, Al Jazi and Painted Cliffs, as well as G1 Investec Coronation Cup runner up Salouen –an impressive winner of the recent Carey Group Buckhounds Stakes at Ascot.