Dubawi

UAE Talent North America Tops Thursday’s Round 2 Of Al Maktoum Challenge

It is hard to imagine North America being more impressive than he was four weeks ago in the one-mile Group 2 $350,000 Al Maktoum Challenge Round 1, but he has apparently exited said effort in top shape and will get a chance to stretch out to what many believe is an even better distance for […]

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North America Dominates Dubai’s Al Maktoum Challenge Round 1

Thursday’s second evening of the 2109 Dubai World Cup Carnival at Meydan was highlighted by a quality renewal of the $350,000 Al Maktoum Challenge Round 1 sponsored by Yahsat, a Group 2 contested over one mile that has served as a prep for both the $12 million Dubai World Cup (G1) and $1.5 million Godolphin […]

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Galileo Filly Heads Record-Breaking Tattersalls December Foal Sale

It was a record-breaking day on the third day of the Tattersalls December Foal Sale with the highest priced filly foal in the world this year, nine lots selling for 500,000 guineas (US$669,722) or more and a record-breaking turnover for a session at this fixture. A total of 172 lots sold for 21,136,500 guineas ($28,311,656) […]

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1,175 Cataloged For Tattersalls December Foal Sale

The catalogue for the Tattersalls December Foal Sale is online now at www.tattersalls.com and will be available in print on Oct. 22. Numbering 1,175 lots, the December Foal Sale will take place Wednesday Nov. 28 to Saturday Dec. 1. Europe’s premier foal sale boasts an outstanding catalogue, with no less than 133 foals by the current […]

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Bloodlines: European Juvenile Winners Tell A Tale Of Two Pedigrees

In looking at the winners of the two Group 1 races for juveniles at Newmarket, Iridessa (by Ruler of the World) in the Fillies Mile and Too Darn Hot (Dubawi) in the Dewhurst, I was immediately tempted to paraphrase Charles Dickens. We shouldn’t say that “it was the best of pedigrees; it was the worst […]

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Gosden, Dettori Just ‘Too Darn Hot’ In Darley Dewhurst Stakes

Too Darn Hot maintained his unbeaten record by pulling the Group 1 Dewhurst Stakes out of the fire on the climb to the line at Newmarket. Frankie Dettori’s mount looked in a spot of bother in behind horses going into the dip but once switched out, the even-money favorite took off under Dettori to win […]

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Record Tattersalls October Book 1 Turnover For Seventh Consecutive Year

Book 1 of the Tattersalls October Yearling Sale came to a close following the third and final session with a record turnover of 106 million guineas (US $147,332,327), and a decade-best clearance rate of 86 percent. Fourteen lots topped the million-guinea ($1,389,374) mark whilst 59 lots sold for 500,000 guineas ($694,695) or more. The leading consignor […]

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$4.85-Million Dubawi Colt Becomes World’s Most Expensive Yearling Of 2019 At Tattersalls

The Tattersalls sales ring swelled to bursting point in anticipation of the arrival of a Dubawi colt out of Lord and Lady Lloyd-Webber’s wonderful broodmare Dar Re Mi. Already a brother to the Group 3 Tattersalls Musidora Stakes winner So Mi Dar and the listed-winning filly Lah Ti Dar when the catalogue was published, the […]

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Appleby Eyes Breeders’ Cup With Prix De L’Opera Winner Wild Illusion

Trainer Charlie Appleby won last year’s Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Turf with Wuheida, and he’d like to repeat the effort this year with the Godolphin-owned Wild Illusion. On Sunday, the Dubawi filly and jockey William Buick won the Prix de l’Opera at Longchamp for the second consecutive year, and with it earned an expenses-paid […]

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Cover Song Leads European-Based Bloodstock Dispersal For Bobby Flay

Grade 3 stakes winner Cover Song (Fastnet Rock), in foal to Dubawi (Ire), will sell at the Fasig-Tipton November sale Nov. 4, as the linchpin of the dispersal of Bobby Flay’s European-based bloodstock, which will take place this fall. Cover Song will be consigned by Elite Sales, while Baroda & Colbinstown will handle a consignment […]

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