The price of Queimados (Sea The Stars) in the Gr.1 Deutsches Derby dropped to 10-1 following the Gestüt Fährhof’s homebred impressive maiden victory in the Listed Gran Premio d’Italia over 2400m at San Siro on Monday evening.

The up-and-coming colt, second on debut when beaten by the subsequent Gr.3 winner Erle (Reliable Man), left a moderate performance in the Listed Derby Trial at Düsseldorf behind him and relished the long home straight at San Siro. He settled off the honest pace and made his move in the last 400m to score easily by a length and a half from The Tweed (Albert Dock), who was fifth in the Gr.2 Derby Italiano, with the other German raider Larios (Brametot) a further length back in third. On the bare form, Queimados has some lengths to make up with the Gr.2 Derby Italiano hero Borna (Saxon Warrior), but there is scope for plenty of improvement. Winning jockey Eddie Pedroza said: “He is my Deutsches Derby horse and still a big baby, but finally he found the right scenario: a solid early pace and a good ground. I hope he learned enough this time”. He clocked the last 800m in 46.10, a decent sectional at San Siro. He is the 124th Stakes winner by Sea The Stars (Cape Cross), who has already sired six Classic winners, including the Deutsches Derby hero and sire Sea The Moon. His dam, the unraced Queimada (Dansili), failed to reach a racecourse but her first foal Quinault (Oasis Dream) has won seven races in Britain and is entered in the Gr.1 Queen Elizabeth Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot. Queimada has a two-year-old colt by Kingman and a yearling filly by Zarak.

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