Racing's powerful figures responded with silence on Sunday when questions were asked about how a valuable racehorse was transferred recently from the ownership of Princess Haya to that of Godolphin, the racing vehicle of her former husband , Sheikh Mohammed, from whom she fled last year seeking protection from the English courts.Related: Love comfortably collects sixth 1,000 Guineas for Aidan O'BrienTerebellum is a valuable breeding prospect and expected to try her luck next in a Group One race after proving her class by winning the Dahlia Stakes at Newmarket on Saturday, her jockey, Frankie Dettori, wore the royal blue of Godolphin.That was a change from last year, when Terebellum carried Princess Haya's green and black silks, including when successful in a quality race at Deauville. But when the entries for the Newmarket race were published last week, Terebellum was listed as owned by Godolphin. Asked to explain that, Godolphin's managing director, Hugh Anderson, replied: "No comment". More surprisingly, the British Horseracing Authority, which regulates the sport, remained wary. Asked if it had checked with Princess Haya that she consented to the transfer, a spokesman responded: "It is the BHA's position currently not to comment on this." He declined to explain why. Chelmsford
12.00 Ventura Vision 12.30 Rock Boy Gray (nb) 1.00 Monarch Maid 1.30 Bristol Missile 2.00 Disco Fever 2.30 Maria Rosa 3.05 Exotic Escape 3.40 Fieldsman 4.10 4.40 Mayfair Spirit Haydock
12.15 Meshakel 12.45 Gobi Sunset 1.15  [DearPower My Friend Stan 2.15 Moon King 2.45 Festival Day 3.15 Al Rasmah 3.50 Zip 4.25 Aquileo ] 4.55 Bondi Sands Lingfield
4.15 Aussie Stormer 4.45 Flashing Approach 5.20 Ransom 5.50 Irene May 6.20 Breakfast Club 6.50 Herm 7.20 Sneaky Peek (nap) 7.50 Devizes Voice Of CalmThe situation echoes events of last summer, when, in the weeks before Princess Haya applied to the high court for a non-molestation order against the sheikh, several horses were swapped from her ownership to his and then back again. As was noted at the time in Private Eye, Promissory was taken out of Princess Haya's ownership on 29 June and returned to her from Godolphin four days later, winning at Doncaster in her green colors just two days after that.Turgenev, Emblazoned and Duneflower were all also switched out of Princess Haya's ownership in the early days of July and into the Godolphin camp, only to be switched back later. Terebellum is the first to be seen this year of the 16 horses that ran for her in Britain last summer.