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New round of international victories

Haras de Bouquetot-based AL WUKAIR celebrated his 14th first crop winner this week with two-year-old LADY PINK breaking her maiden at Marseille-Borely, France on November, 14 for breeder Haras de Treli.

OLYMPIC GLORY was once again seen in the winners’ enclosure, starting with our homebred DHAHABIA winning back-to-back at Lyon-Parilly, France on November, 8. Our three-year-old daughter of OLYMPIC GLORY and BELLE DE CRECY raised at Haras de Bouquetot secured her second consecutive success in a 7,5 furlongs handicap test under the ride of Simon Planque and for the training of Henri-François Devin. Second scorer of the week was three-year-old QUELLE ELEGANZE who smartly crossed the finish line first at Ovrevoll, Norway on November, 14.

TORONADO collected new winners all over the planet, including a double on November, 13. LUCKY EXPRESS was once again a scorer at Sha Tin, Hong-Kong while three-year-old CHARTRES got the best of his rivals in a handicap test at Cranbourne, Australia. Down-under, DANCE DATE opened his winning account on November, 14 at Geelong while in the UK, Howses Stud-bred BEGGARMAN received the honors for the first time at Kempton on November, 10.

Congratulations to all connections!

Homebred DHAHABIA on her way to secure her second consecutive victory, photographed by APRH


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