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BC Dirt Mile Winner Tamarkuz Retired To Shadwell Stud

Fresh from his definitive 3 1/2-length victory in the Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile-G1, Tamarkuz has been retired from racing and will stand at Shadwell Stud in Lexington, Kentucky. His fee for 2017 will be $12,500 live foal. Bred in Kentucky by John Gunther, Tamarkuz was purchased as a yearling for $325,000 at the 2011 Keeneland […]

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Longshot Muhaarar Much The Best In Commonwealth Cup

Sheikh Hamdan’s Muhaarar took command with just over a furlong to run and pulled away for an impressive 3 3/4-length victory in the inaugural Group 1 Commonwealth Cup at Royal Ascot. Dismissed by the bettors at odds of 10-1, Muhaarar raced toward the rear of the 18-horse field as Goken led the runners through the […]

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Sheikh Hamdan: Triple Crown Contenders Under Too Much Pressure

Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum, owner of Shadwell Stables, told Reuters Africa Sunday that Triple Crown contenders often fail to win the Belmont Stakes because they face a lot of pressure in the short time between races. “At this time of the year, to me the reason is that they are still young to […]

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Winning Owner Donates Dubai World Cup Prize To Charity

Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, whose Prince Bishop won the $10 million Dubai World Cup Saturday night, has donated his share of the winning purse to charity. “I am pleased to announce that I have donated the Dubai World Cup prize of 6 million dollar to the Dubai Autism Centre,” he tweeted […]

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Sheikh Hamdan: Meydan Dirt Could Pose Problems For Chrome

Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid al Maktoum, deputy ruler of the United Arab Emirates and owner of Shadwell Stud, said California Chrome may have a difficult time adapting to the new dirt track at Meydan, site of the $10-million Dubai World Cup on March 28. The sheikh made his remarks Thursday at the grand opening of an Arabian […]

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Kingman 2014 Cartier Horse of the Year

Kingman, a 3-year-old Invincible Spirit colt who won four consecutive Group 1 races and is considered Europe’s best miler, was named 2014 Cartier Horse of the Year in London, England, at the 24th annual awards dinner on Tuesday night. Bred and owned by Prince Khalid Abdullah’s Juddmonte Farms and trained by John Gosden, Kingman won […]

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Coral-Eclipse Winner Mukhadram Headlines Shadwell Stud’s 2015 Roster

Sheikh Hamdan’s Shadwell Stud has released 2015 fees for its 10-horse stallion roster, which is headlined by newcomer Mukhadram, who will stand at the Nunnery Stud for £7,000. Mukhadram, winner of the 2014 Group 1 Coral-Eclipse, is an exciting addition to the stallion ranks at the Nunnery Stud after the sudden death last year of […]

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British Classic Winner Taghrooda Retired From Racing

Dual Group 1 winner Taghrooda has been retired from racing, according to a report in the Racing Post. The talented daughter of Sea The Stars, who was most recently third to Treve in the Group 1 Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe, captured both the Group 1 Investec Oaks and King George VI and Queen Elizabeth […]

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Coral-Eclipse Winner Mukhadram To Join Shadwell Stud Roster in 2015

Mukhadram, the 2014 Coral-Eclipse (Eng-I) winner, will be retired from racing at the end of the flat season and will stand at Shadwell Stud in 2015, it was announced Sept. 25. The 190,000 guineas ($329,394 in U.S. funds) Tattersalls December foal sales purchase has paid Shadwell back in spades, winning just shy of £2 million […]

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Sheikh Mohammed’s Son Wins Gold at World Equestrian Games

HH Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of Dubai Executive Council, landed the World Equestrian Games gold medal this evening (Thursday) after battling a grueling and mud-ridden course through some of Normandy’s most beautiful and challenging scenery. Wet weather in the lead-up to the 160km ride had waterlogged some […]

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