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Victorious start of March

Our homebred AMERA began March victoriously by securing her second career-win on the first day of the month in the Prix de Gournay over 1,800 meters at Chantilly. Entrusted to Francis-Henri Graffard, our daughter of No Nay Never and AL NAAMAH bred at Haras de Bouquetot was ridden by Luca Carboni.


Our stallions have achieved international successes to conclude February and usher in the beginnings of spring. MEHMAS recorded new blacktype courtesy of CLARENDON HOUSE's performance on February, 24 at Southwell, UK when securing the third place of the Listed Hever Sprint Stakes. Three-year-olds REBELSONTHERUN and BADOSA both triumphed across the Channel, the former bred by Lynn Lodge Stud and Pier House Stud breaking his maiden tag in a handicap race at Dundalk on February, 14, while BADOSA secured a second successive victory at Newcastle for Stockvale Bloodstock Ltd.


Three-year-old ALRAZEEN triumphed at Wolverhampton, GB on February, 16 for his breeder Tally-Ho Stud and his sire GALILEO GOLD, marking a second win in just three outings. Our resident of Haras de Bouquetot also celebrated RED BOURBON who continues to accumulate victories in Italy and triumphed on February, 25 at Pisa, as well as NORTH EAST STAR who crossed the finish line first in the USA on February, 14 at Santa Anita.


OLYMPIC GLORY stood out at Cagnes-sur-Mer, France with three-year-old AMORCITA winning for the second consecutive time on February, 12 for owner-breeder Peter Rechsteiner. R. NG's OLYMPIC MESSAGE followed the same victorious rhythm when overcoming 16 rivals on February, 17 for his second career-win. Our resident of Haras de Bouquetot was also represented in Italy with MAGIC SNOW who led a field of 11 rivals over the 2,000 meters of Napoli racecourse.


ZELZAL was also represented at Cagnes-sur-Mer, France with IRBIS who provided a first victory for her breeder Haras de Beaufay on February, 25 in a handicap race over 1,300 meters.


AL WUKAIR kicked off the new month with a success at Chantilly, France courtesy of HADYA who won comfortably by a length for M. Motschmann to secure her second career victory.


Congratulations to all respective connections!

Homebred AMERA crossing the finish line first at Chantilly on March, 1st


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