Group 3-Winning Haskoy Retired Due To Tendon Injury

Ralph Beckett: trainer of Haskoy | Tattersalls

Trainer Ralph Beckett has revealed that Group 3-winning filly Haskoy (GB) (Golden Horn {GB}–Natavia {GB}, by Nathaniel {Ire}) has been retired due to a tendon injury.

Haskoy, fourth in the St Leger last year, having gone past the post in second, made a winning return at Newbury when landing the G3 Al Rayyan S. She had been just 8-1 for the Gold Cup at Ascot.

Beckett said of the Juddmonte-owned filly on Twitter, “Haskoy has strained a tendon, consequently she is being retired to the paddocks.”

Haskoy is the first foal from a listed-winning half-sister to Spinning Queen (GB) (Spinning World), who left the likes of Soviet Song (Ire) and Alexander Goldrun (Ire) nine lengths behind when upsetting the G1 Kingdom of Bahrain Sun Chariot S. in 2006.




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