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Top class French filly, trained in France and owned by the Aga Khan, who has done little wrong in her first two seasons in training.

She began her two-year-old career, in 2014, with three impressive victories, before finishing a fine third behind smart colts The Wow Signal and Hootenanny in the Group 1 Prix Morny.

Ervedya confirmed herself as well above average when chasing home Found

in the in the Prix Marcel Boussac.

In 2015, she continued to go from strength to strength. She gained a smooth win in the Prix Impudence on her return and then landed the Poule D’Essai des Pouliches (French 1000 Guineas). She quickened superbly down the outside after being held up to beat Irish Rookie.

A trip to Royal Ascot for the Coronation Stakes beckoned – her first attempt in the QIPCO British Champions Series – and again hold-up tactics were deployed.

Christophe Soumillon timed his drive perfectly to just get the better of Found, taking revenge for the earlier defeat to the same filly.

Ervedya found Amazing Maria too strong in the Prix Rothschild at Deauville in August but chalked up another Group 1 triumph when taking the Qatar Prix du Moulin de Longchamp in September.

In 2016 she started 9-2 joint favourite for the Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot but could manage only fifth. On her latest start she was third to Alice Springs in the Sun Chariot at Newmarket.

BCS Career statistics

Year Wins-2nd-3rd Prize money Group 1 wins Archived results