based English Derby winner New Approach (IRE) has made every post a winner at
Royal Ascot this week siring his third stakes-winner of the meeting overnight when
the Goldolphin runner Tha'Ir captured the Listed Chesham Stakes over seven furlongs.
An athletic bay colt with a prominent white blaze, Tha'Ir (pictured Caroline Searcy) was patiently ridden by Frankie Dettori, settling behind runners before weaving his way into the clear over the final furlong to win by a couple of lengths.
Purchased for 105,000 euros by John Ferguson Bloodstock at the 2011 Goffs Sale
from the draft of Lodge Park Stud, Tha I'r is a half-brother to stakes-winners
Flash Dance and Flashing Colour being one of six winners from the Green Desert
mare Flashing Green, whose grand-dam is influential mare Reprocolor.
It was his second win from just three starts and stamps the Saeed bin Suroor trained Tha 'Ir as a promising stayer of the future.
"The further he was going the better he was winning and he is a nice horse for the future," Dettori said.
Godolphin racing manager Simon Crisford added: "That was fantastic and what a week for New Approach. I am really excited. It has been a fantastic week for the team and I am really pleased."