Haras de Hus

Shadai Buys Group 1 Winner Grand Glory For Broodmare Duty

Teruya Yoshida of Shadai Farm has purchased Group 1 winner Grand Glory (GB) (Olympic Glory {Ire}) for broodmare duty after her run in Sunday's G1 Japan Cup, Jour de Galop reported. Fifth in the Cup in 2021, she is currently jointly owned 50/50 by Yoshida and Xavier Marie's Haras de Hus. Anne-Sophie Yoh, who manages the interests of Haras de Hus, confirmed the news to JDG. Bred by Elevage Haras de Bourgeauville and sold for €18,000 to Marco Bozzi Bloodstock during Arqana's October Yearling Sale in 2017, the bay made...

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Olympic Glory's Grand Glory Untouchable in the Allez France

Haras de Hus's Grand Glory (GB) (Olympic Glory {Ire}), who registered a personal best in last term's G1 Prix Jean Romanet, ran second in the G1 Prix de l'Opera and fifth in November's G1 Japan Cup and had since realised the second-highest price at Arqana's December fixture when selling for €2.5-million. She went postward for Sunday's G3 Prix Allez France Longines coming back off a pipe-opening score in last month's Listed Prix Zarkava and justified odds-on favouritism with a powerful display in the 10-furlong test. The 1-2 chalk tracked the...

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Trade Strong At Arqana February

The two-day Arqana February Sale came to a close on Tuesday with figures up across the board. After a strong opening session on Monday led by the €250,000 AQPS gelding Hardi Du Mesnil (Fr) (Masterstroke), the sale continued apace during Tuesday's session of fillies, mares and yearlings and was topped by the 5-year-old Princess Isla (GB) (Frankel {GB}) (lot 309), who was bought by Anne-Sophie Yoh of Yohea for €110,000 on behalf of Xavier Marie of Haras de Hus. Marie is a more recent investor in racing stock and bought...

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