New Stakes victory for Ruler of the World

June 1, 2020

1-2-3. Three winners in three days for our Haras de Bouquetot-based stallion RULER OF THE WORLD, including new Stakes glory. WONDERFUL WORLD posted a strong front-running success in the 1,600 meters Listed Prix Seregno on May, 30 at Milano with plenty left in the tank, and secured her ticket for the Classic Premio Regina Elena. Bred by Allev. La Nueova Sbarra, this three-year-old half-sister to G2 scorer Principe Adepto joins last year G1 Breeders Cup Filly and Mare Turf heroine Iridessa as black-type winners for their sire. - Watch the race here.

The following day on May, 31, WILL POWER made impressive debuts at Deauville and hold on strongly to capture the 2,000 meters Prix Juigné for unraced three-year-olds. Bred by Stall Ullman and out of a sister to G1 Preis der Diana Well Timed, he should improve from this race. 
A few miles away in Germany, three-year-old NOTRE RULER crossed the finish line first on May, 29 at Dortmund to complete a winning trio in three days for RULER OF THE WORLD, our G1 winning stallion impeccably bred son of Galileo. 


OLYMPIC GLORY and TORONADO also claimed the honours with new winners registered this week all over the world.
In France, OLYMPIC GLORY’s ALBICELESTE bred by Buck Racing added a second success to his tally in a handicap contest at Lyon-Parilly on May, 25 while PORT ETIENNE bred by La Motteraye EARL and SCEA des Prairies made substantial progress on his second 2,000 meters start to collect a first win by 2 lengths at Toulouse. Unbeaten three-year-old son of TORONADO bred by Robert NG, NATURAL PATH, completed his perfect record with a third win in the 1,600 meters Prix de Beausejour at Clairefontaine on May, 28. 
In Guadeloupe, the three-year-old daughter of TORONADO bred by Audrey Leyval and SCEA des Prairies, GALLICA FLAVIA, continued to impress with a second consecutive victory by 6-lenghts. 
In the USA, there was plenty of smiling faces after the success of OLYMPIC GLORY’s ELLE M’A SOURI on May, 30 at Churchill Downs. 
Down-under, OLYMPIC GLORY’s three-year-old OCTAVIAN was a second-time victor at Toowoomba on May, 31 while TORONADO continued his impressive crop of winners with DINADO in a 1,600 meters handicap contest at Kembla Grange on May, 30 and MASTER MONTARO over the 1,140 meters of Geelong racecourse on May, 29. 

Congratulations to all connections!

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