Order Of Australia Retired And Will Stand In India

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Breeders' Cup winner Order Of Australia (Ire) (Australia {GB}–Senta's Dream {GB}, by Danehill) has been sold privately and will stand at Manjri Stud in India beginning in 2024 according to published reports. A fee will be announced later.

Bred by Aidan and Annemarie O'Brien's Whisperview Trading, the Coolmore partners-owned bay had been entered in the Tattersalls July Sale, but had been withdrawn. Trained by O'Brien for five seasons, the son of three-time Group/Grade 1 producer Senta's Dream won six of his 25 starts and earned over $2.25 million.

Besides his 2020 GI Breeders' Cup Mile score, he also triumphed in two editions of the G2 Minstrel S. (2021/22) and was placed in another five top-level races across England, France, and the U.S. A half-brother to dual Group 1 winner Iridessa (Ire) (Ruler Of The World {Ire}) and the late GI Belmont Oaks/Beverly D. S. heroine Santa Barbara (Ire) (Camelot {GB}), the 6-year-old will stand alongside Group 3 winner Phoenix Tower and the Group 1-placed Fiero (Jpn).

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