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Group 1 Winner Salios Retired To Shadai

Group 1 winner Salios (Jpn) (Heart's Cry {Jpn}--Salomina {Ger}, by Lomitas {GB}) has been retired from racing and will stand at Shadai Stallion Station beginning in 2023, reported on Tuesday. The Northern Racing-bred chestnut had been due to contest the G1 Longines Hong Kong Mile at Sha Tin on Sunday but was withdrawn after he was found to be lame in his left foreleg. A fee will be announced later for the Silk Racing Company colourbearer. Undefeated as a juvenile with his three-race campaign culminating in the G1 Asahi...

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Group 2 Winner Persian Force To Stand For €10K

Group 2 winner Persian Force (Ire) (Mehmas {Ire}) will stand for €10,000 at Tally-Ho Stud next year, the stud announced. A winner of the G2 July S., the son of Vida Amorosa (Ire) (Lope De Vega {Ire}) was also placed three times at the highest level in the Phoenix S., Prix Morny, and the Middle Park S. He ended his career with a close fourth in the GI Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf Sprint at Keeneland in November. The chestnut was retired last month with a mark of 8-3-3-1 and $350,183...

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Group 1 Winner Keiai Nautique To Stand At Karwin Farm

Group 1 winner Keiai Nautique (Jpn) (Deep Impact {Jpn}--Keiai Gerbera {Jpn}, by Smarty Jones) will stand at Gregory Vayre's Karwin Farm in France next year, Jour de Galop reported on Thursday. Raced by Kazuhiro Kameda, the 6-year-old claimed the G1 NHK Mile Cup in 2018. The deal was brokered by Emmanuel de Seroux and a fee will be announced later. A winner on debut as a juvenile, the bay was also second in the G2 New Zealand Trophy in 2018 and third in the G2 Fuji S. in 2020. Transferred...

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G2 July S. Hero Persian Force Retired For Stallion Duty

Group 2 winner Persian Force (Ire) (Mehmas {Ire}--Vida Amorosa {Ire}, by Lope De Vega {Ire}), placed three times at the highest level, has been retired to stand at stud in 2023, Amo Racing's Tom Pennington confirmed to the TDN on Sunday morning. A stud farm and fee for the precocious juvenile will be announced in the very near future. "Persian's done an incredible job, to be honest," Amo Racing's Kia Joorabchian told Nick Luck during Luck On Sunday. "He's done everything that Mehmas has done. Arguably, according to Richard Hannon,...

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G1 Phoenix S. Hero Ebro River Will Stand At Haras de la Haie Neuve In 2023

Juvenile Group 1 winner Ebro River (Ire) (Galileo Gold {GB}--Soft Power {Ire}, by Balmont) will stand at Haras de la Haie Neuve in 2023, Jour de Galop reported on Saturday evening. The Al Shaqab Racing colourbearer's fee will be announced at a later date. Bred by Tally-Ho Stud, the chestnut was sold for €75,000 during Book 2 of the Tattersalls October Yearling Sale to Charlie Gordon Watson on behalf of Al Shaqab. Trained by Hugo Palmer, Ebro River graduated at Doncaster at second asking in May of his 2-year-old year,...

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Triple GISW Jack Christopher Retired to Ashford

'TDN Rising Star' and three-time Grade I winner Jack Christopher (Munnings--Rushin No Blushin, by Half Ours) has been retired from racing and will stand in 2023 alongside his sire at Coolmore's Ashford Stud near Versailles, Ky. His introductory fee will be $45,000. "We are delighted to have Jack Christopher now here at Ashford standing alongside his sire Munnings," said Coolmore's Dermot Ryan. "He's a striking horse with great presence and a lovely temperament. Horses like him are what makes racing exciting to watch." Owned by the partnership of Jim Bakke,...

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Multiple Group 1 Winner Mishriff Will Stand for 20k Under Sumbe Banner

Globetrotting multiple Group 1 winner Mishriff (Ire) (Make Believe {GB}) will stand for €20,000 under Nurlan Bizakov's Sumbe banner at Haras de Montfort et Preaux next year. The Classic winner, who won the G1 Prix du Jockey Club, G1 Dubai Sheema Classic and G1 International S. in France, Dubai and England, respectively, ran a good fourth in his career finale, the Nov. 5 GI Breeders' Cup Turf. His record stands at seven wins and seven placings from 21 starts with earnings of $16,034,853. Mishriff will be well-supported by his owner-breeder...

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Life Is Good, The Newest Addition at WinStar Farm

They could have entered him in the Breeders' Cup Dirt Mile or the Sprint, where he would have been a top choice in either spot, but the connections of Life Is Good (Into Mischief - Beach Walk, by Distorted Humor) opted to send their versatile 4-year-old to the GI Longines Breeders' Cup Classic. While there was no beating Flightline (Tapit) that day, Life Is Good threw it down with his undefeated competitor, forcing Flightline to chase him through blazing early fractions of :22.55 and :45.47. The Classic marked only his...

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GSW Dennis' Moment Retired to Leadem Farm in Arkansas

Graded stakes winner and 'TDN Rising Star' Dennis' Moment (Tiznow--Transplendid, by Elusive Quality) has been retired from racing and will stand the upcoming season at Leadem Farm near Leola, Arkansas. Owned by a syndicate led by Glen Hill Farm and brokered by Jay Goodwin, Dennis' Moment will stand for $2,500. Bred by Tolo Thoroughbreds in Kentucky, the now-5-year-old was a $400,000 yearling purchase by Albaugh Family Racing at the 2018 Fasig-Tipton Saratoga sale. Debuting at Churchill Downs in June at two, the Dale Romans trainee clipped heels and unseated his...

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Rubaiyat To Stand At Gestut Ohlerweiherhof In 2023

Rubaiyat (Fr) (Areion {Ger}--Representera {GB}, by Lomitas {GB}), a group winner at two, three, four, and five years, will stand at Gestut Ohlerweiherhof in Germany next year, Jour de Galop reported. His fee will be €4,500. Bred by Gestut Karlshof, he was a €26,000 BBAG August yearling. In the colours of Darius Racing, the Henk Grewe trainee was a multiple group winner in both France and Italy. As a juvenile, he won the G2 Gran Criterium and the G3 Preis des Winterfavoriten, and the G3 Dr. Busch-Memorial went his way...

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Group 1 Winner Bayside Boy To Stand At Ballylinch Stud In 2023

Group 1 winner Bayside Boy (Ire) (New Bay {GB}--Alava {Ire}, by Anabaa) has been retired and will stand at Ballylinch Stud in Ireland in 2023. A fee will be announced in due time for the G1 Queen Elizabeth II S. hero and a limited number of shares will be available to breeders. Bred by Ballylinch and raced by Teme Valley Racing and Ballylinch in partnership, the Roger Varian-trained bay won the G2 Champagne S. as a juvenile and was also third at Group 1 level in both the Dewhurst S....

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Group 1 Winner Marianafoot To Stand At Haras De Saint-Vincent

Group 1 winner Marianafoot (Fr) (Footstepsinthesand {GB}--Marianabaa {Fr}, by Anabaa) will stand at Haras de Saint-Vincent in 2023, Jour de Galop reported on Wednesday evening. A fee will be announced later for the 15-time winner. Bred and raced by Jean-Claude Seroul and trained by Jerome Reynier, the 7-year-old enjoyed his finest season at the track in 2021, taking the G1 Prix Maurice de Gheest, as well as the G3 Prix du Palais-Royal and G3 Prix de la Porte Maillot. This term, his final two starts were runner-up performances in the...

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