Our homebred KATARA bounces back to Stakes victory on June, 20 to add a new beautiful success to our colors. The Sir Michael Stoute-trained 4-year-old returns to winning ways and lands a second Stakes win in the Listed Castle Fillies Stakes at Pontefract, UK under a sharp ride from Ryan Moore. Bred at Haras de Bouquetot, KATARA is by Deep Impact out of the New Approach mare Asyad.
MEHMAS’ two-year-old LUSAIL scored his second win out of three starts under our colors. Already a debut winner over 6 furlongs at York, he carried our colors to victory once more while defying a penalty upped to 7 furlongs at Newmarket, UK under the ride of Pat Dobbs and for the training of Richard Hannon. Bred by Tally-Ho Stud, LUSAIL will be looking at Group races next and was one of three international heros for MEHMAS on June, 19 with three-year-olds CARRODLED and LINCOLN HAWK crossing the finish line first respectively at Lingfield, UK and Santa Anita, USA.
The Tally-Ho Stud-based stallion also celebrated two winners on June, 14 with two-year-old LITTLE PRAYER breaking his maiden tag at third asking at Lingfield, UK for breeder Tally-Ho Stud and three-year-old KIM WEXLER registering a winning seasonal comeback at Nottingham, UK for Kilmoon Syndicate.
It was also a new Stakes victory for RULER OF THE WORLD who celebrated the success of NORTHERN RULER in the G3 Prix du Lys on June, 20 over the 2,400 meters of Chantilly, France. Already a Group winner on his third start only, the impressive three-year-old bred by Stall Ullmann could target the German Derby or G1 Grand Prix de Paris next.
Additional winner for our Haras de Bouquetot-based stallion was SENTIERO LUCENTE who completed the collections of scorers in Italy with a success at Milano on June, 15.
OLYMPIC GLORY and TORONADO had a couple of international winners this week, starting with a duet for OLYMPIC GLORY’s three-year-olds on June, 19. OLD TOWN ROAD was a fifth time winner at Morven, Australia while HH The Aga Khan Studs-bred SILAIYLI opened his winning account by 4 impressive lengths at Down Royal, UK. A day before, TORONADO’s three-year-old JENS broke her maiden tag on the other side of the planet, at Geelong, Australia.
Haras de Bouquetot-based SHALAA added a new success to his tally with a three-year-old when Tek Squarey-bred LET’S got the best over her opponents at Limerick, Ireland for a second career win.
GALILEO GOLD followed the same path with his first-time runner two-year-old UNCS who displayed all his talent to break his maiden tag by 4 ½ beautiful lengths at Beverley, UK on June, 15 and join the impressive collection of Tally-Ho Stud-based stallion’s winning juveniles.
Congratulations to all connections!
Homebred KATARA bouncing back to Stakes victory