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Winning start of August for our stallions

Victorious start of August for our Haras de Bouquetot-based AL WUKAIR who congratulated a double of winners on August, 6. Eledy-bred AMI SOLEDAD recorded his third career-win in a 1,900 meters handicap race at Deauville, France while a few minutes later, Garçon’s three-year-old LE DRAKKAR was opening his winning account over the 2,200 meters of Gramat, France. Three-year-old HADYA started August with a first career-success at Deauville, France, defeating her 15 rivals for owner-breeder Michael Motschmann.

Tally-Ho Stud’s resident MEHMAS celebrated a triple of scorers on August, 4 on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean. Ringfort Stud-bred CANOODLED and Caroline and Stephanie Hanly-bred NIKKI’S GIRL celebrated both their fourth career-victory overseas, respectively in a handicap race at Newmarket, GB for the first named and in a handicap race at Wolverhampton, GB. TURN ON THE JETS joined the dance a few minutes later when crossing the finish line first at Del Mar, USA.

Additional winners for MEHMAS included three-year-old GOOSE ROCK who broke his maiden tag at Lingfield, UK on July, 31 for breeder Tally-Ho Stud. In the USA, four-year-old DEAR BEAN was seen in the winners’ enclosure at Canterbury Park on August, 6.

ZELZAL recorded a new maiden winner from his headquarters at Haras de Bouquetot courtesy of FULL GAIN, bred by Mathieu Daguzan-Garros and F. Bragato, and winner of a 1,500 meters handicap race at Deauville, France on August, 3.

Our Haras de Bouquetot-based OLYMPIC GLORY recorded a second consecutive victory for his juvenile SHIFFRIN, bred by owner-breeder Haras d’Etreham and scorer over the 1,600 meters of Clairefontaine racecourse, France on August, 2. SCORPIO ended July with a success claimed at Vittel, France on July, 31 for breeder S. Sangster with the victorious torch given on the other side of the planet to OLYMPIC LEGEND who offered to his breeders Arrowfield Pastoral Ltd a new victory at Ipswich, Australia on August, 4. LAURIE joined the dance in Australia when crossing the finish line first at Morven on August, 5.

GALILEO GOLD was represented in Italy courtesy of SOPRAN PECHINO who landed his 2,300 meters handicap race at Varese on August, 5.

Congratulations to all respective connections!

AL WUKAIR pictured at Haras de Bouquetot by Zuzanna Lupa Photography


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