Collection of Stakes to start May

Our haras de Bouquetot-based ZELZAL made the highlights at the 2022 Osarus Breeze Up Sale with the top price at €60,000 for FRANCISCAINE, the two-year-old consigned by Ecurie Prevost-Baratte being knocked down to Mandore International Agency on behalf of Alain Jathière. His three-year-old generation was also celebrated on the track last week with the back-to-back success of our unbeaten homebred SELWAN over the 2,000 meters of Nancy, France on May, 3. Entrusted to Nicolas Clément, he was ridden by Sébastien Maillot.


Haras de Bouquetot-based ECTOT registered his first Classic winner on the first day of May, with a spectacular run from three-year-old CATAPUM to finish first in the Spanish 2,000 Guineas at Madrid, Spain.


He was swiftly imitated by our G1 Prix Jacques Le Marois winning stallion AL WUKAIR with his promising three-year-old INISHNEE offering his first Classic victory to her sire when landing the Spanish 1,000 Guineas at Madrid, Spain.


Haras de Bouquetot-based OLYMPIC GLORY started May with GRAND GLORY proving imperial to win the G3 Prix Allez France at ParisLongchamp on May, 1st, her second consecutive victory this season and her 8th career-success in total. The G1 winning 6-year-old mare bred by Haras de Bourgeauville could now target a campaign overseas, with the G1 Prince of Wales’s Stakes, G1 King George VI or G1 Queen Elizabeth Stakes on options. Last week, our stallion celebrated the third victory of Haras de Treli-bred GOT FROST over the 2,100 meters of Marseille-Borely, France on May, 6 and the new success of SON OF SOMPSON on the other side of the planet at Kembla Grange, Australia on May, 7.


Haras de Bouquetot-based TORONADO also started May spectacularly with two international Group performances on May, 1st. SENOR TUBA claimed the G3 Queen Mother Memorial Cup at Sha Tin, Hong-Kong while LAVERROD was placed third in the G3 Northam Mazda Stakes over the 1,100 meters of Northam, Australia.

Our impressive stallion was responsible of two duet of winners in a day down-under last week, SIX FOOT SONG and WILD CHAP crossing both the finish line first on May, 4. Aged three, the first named broke his maiden tag over the 1,800 meters of Murray Bridge while WILD CHAP defeated his 10 rivals at Canterbury. Scenario bis on May, 6 with three-year-old MERE FAUCY losing her maiden tag over the 1,300 meters of Cranbourne racecourse and four-year-old OLINDO proving best over 1,000 meters at Townsville, Australia.


Tally-Ho Stud-based GALILEO GOLD was seen in the winners’ enclosure on both sides of the Channel sea with his three-year-olds, Tally-Ho Stud-bred GOLDEN GAL registering a second success at Wolverhampton, UK on May, 6 while Al Asayl France-bred SHIMURA was opening the score in a 2,300 meters handicap at Dax on May, 7.


MEHMAS counted on a duet of three-year-old winners in the UK with Tally-Ho Stud bred PHINOW breaking his maiden tag at Wolverhampton on May, 6 and Hyde Park Stud-bred HEBRIDES making a winning seasonal comeback at Nottingham on May, 7 to collect a second victory out of three starts.

Congratulations to all connections!


G1 winning GRAND GLORY on her way to collect her 8th Group-victory at ParisLongchamp