After five attempts at Group 1 level Mohammed Obaid’s Defoe found his place at the top table at the sixth time of asking by running down Kew Gardens to win the Coronation Cup at Epsom.
At the age of six and on only his tenth start Zabeel Prince posted a career best to win the G1 Prix d'Ispahan under a great ride from Andrea Atzeni.
Nausha comes from last to first to score in the G3 Musidora Stakes on her third start.
In a week when our focus is set on the fillies competing in the 1000 Guineas it was the boys that provide the excitement on Wednesday with an across-the-card treble.
After the three-year-old filly Qabala’s success in the G3 Nell Gwyn earlier in the week it was a gelding twice her age who doubled the yard’s group-race tally for the season back at Newmarket yesterday.
Queen Of Desire winning the Listed Lansdown Stakes marks a huge day for Varian Stable as she becomes the 100th Stakes winner for her handler Roger Varian.
A scintillating success for the unbeaten Qabala in the G3 Nell Gwyn Stakes has propelled Sheikh Mohammed Bin Khalifa Al Thani’s filly to the head of the betting for the 1000 Guineas, with just a couple of weeks to go until they go to post for the one mile Classic.
Sharja Bridge emulated his stablemate Zabeel Prince by winning the Listed Doncaster Mile Stakes in impressive style and continue a purple patch for Varian Stable this spring.
After a typically quiet winter period for the yard Nabeyla livened up proceedings in eye-catching fashion when breaking her maiden at the first time of asking in the fillies’ novice at Wolverhampton on Tuesday evening.
Varian Stable's first winner of the year arrived in the first week of January thanks to a pillar to post success from Invitational.
This year, for the very first time, Varian Stable is offering the opportunity to get involved in racehorse ownership for a fraction of the price of owning your own horse.
THE DAYS may be short and the temperature might be cold but there is plenty of excitement within the Varian Stable camp to keep the fires burning over the winter and a Wednesday double added further fuel to those ambitions as Manorah and Tauteke broke their maidens at Kempton and Chelmsford respectively.