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Dar Re Mi retired

2010 Dubai Golden Shaheen winner Dar Re Mi was retired from racing this weekend and will join Lord Lloyd Webber’s broodmare stock.  Click HERE for more from RacingPost.

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Life Is Sweet out of Dubai World Cup, retired

After cramping and “tying-up” following a workout today at Hollywood Park, Breeders’ Cup Ladies Classic (G1) winner Life Is Sweet was retired, missing the 2010 Dubai World Cup (G1).  Click HERE for the full story.

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Eagle Mountain retired following training injury

Mike De Kock’s fragile runner, Hong Kong Cup (G1) winner Eagle Mountain, has been retired following his injuring a tendon in training.  Second behind Allybar in the Maktoum Challenge R2 (G3), the son of Rock of Gibraltar was scheduled for ...

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Vodka retired, no Dubai World Cup

After finishing a relatively close eighth in the Maktoum Challenge – R3 (G2), Japan’s super-mare Vodka has been retired following another bleeding incident.  By Tanino Gimlet, Vodka retires the richest female to ever race, with seven wins in Group 1 ...

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DeKock: Argentina “sellers have become unrealistic”

Over the weekend, Mike De Kock used his website to promote the soundness and quality of South African bred throughbreds, while poking at South American private purchases, specifically those from Argentina. “Lizard’s Desire and indeed Lucky Find flew the flag ...

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Synergy fractured cannon in Cape Verdi

French and Spanish raced filly Synergy has been retired after suffering a fracture in last week’s Cape Verdi (G3), a race in which she finished third after making most of the running.  Soneva, with Christophe Soumillon aboard, was victorious.  Trainer ...

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Jay Peg to stud following Singapore Cup

The 2008 Dubai Duty Free champion, and South Africa’s all-time leading money-earner, will be off to stud duties in his native country following a chance at to repeat in the Singapore Airlines International Cup on Sunday.  Click HERE for more from Racing ...

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Silic rises in popularity following Dubai Duty Free

Despite winning the 1999 Breeders’ Cup Mile, Silic’s profile as a stallion was relatively small.  That is, until his son Gladiatorus defeated ten individual grade/group one winners in the 2009 Dubai Duty Free.  Standing for just $3,500 in California, the ...

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