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Pour Moi colt leads the way at Arqana sale ››
24 Oct 2014 | By Racing Post
A son of first-season sire Pour Moi was subject of strong interest from a number of leading parties in Wednesday's third session of the Arqana October Yearling Sale before selling for €140,000. Knocked down to Sylvain Vidal, who saw off comp
High price for Pour Moi filly  ››
14 Oct 2014 | By Racenews
The first yearlings by brilliant English Derby winner Pour Moi (Montjeu) were once again in demand at Tattersalls Book 2 October yearling sale at Newmarket in England yesterday. Following the strong earlier showing in Book 1 of Pour Moi’s prog
Lady Le Fay finally starting to fulfill early promise ››
14 Oct 2014 | By NZ Racing Desk
Comfortable victories in two of her three trials before commencing her racing career had co-trainer Paul Shailer thinking he had something special on his hands with Thorn Park mare Lady Le Fay. Those initial high hopes were somewhat dashed when she
‘Special’ Soubrettes a challenge ››
14 Oct 2014 | By NZ Racing Desk
Exciting mare Soubrettes (High Chaparral ex Burlesque by Thorn Park) has been demanding on two fronts and her burgeoning record is testament to trainers Mandy and Matt Brown meeting the challenge. The well-bred daughter of High Chaparral has overcom
Pour Moi progeny in demand ››
10 Oct 2014 | By Racenews
This week’s Book 1 of the Tattersalls October Yearling Sale in England heralded record breaking results with the honour of top priced filly being secured by a Galileo ¾ sister to the brilliant English Derby winner Pour Moi (Montjeu). T
Rip Van Winkle off the mark ››
09 Oct 2014 | By NZ Racing Desk
Former champion European miler Rip Van Winkle was represented by his first Australasian winner at Tauherenikau today.
Montjeu's grand-daughter Treve wins another Arc  ››
06 Oct 2014 | By racenews
Montjeu’s grand-daughter Treve, has become the first horse since Alleged in 1978 to win Europe's most prestigious race, the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe, in successive years as she stormed home at Longchamp overnight. Giving jockey Thierry Jarne
Stratocaster set for Group Two test ››
03 Oct 2014 | By The Informant
Since his star turn on the first day of the carnival, suspense has been steadily mounting for Stratocaster’s reappearance in tomorrow’s (Saturday) Gr. 2 DHL Hawke’s Bay Guineas at Hastings. Stratocaster went to Hastings to make h
Rip at the double ››
03 Oct 2014 | By Coolmore
Rip Van Winkle notched up two more first-crop winners on Wednesday thanks to a pair of colts who scored in some style. The Sir Michael Stoute-trained Stravagante (2c Rip Van Winkle-Star Ruby, by Rock Of Gibraltar) was not pushed to score by a le
   

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