Horse Racing

Mishriff’s start at Stud delayed until mid-March

Prince Faisal .’s multi-group 1 winner Mishriff will have the launch of his stallion career delayed until mid-March as his “non-dangerous condition” does not put his stud career in jeopardy, according to Faisal’s breeding operations, Sumbe’s Haras de Montfort et Preaux in France.

“Although her condition is not dangerous and does not jeopardize her steed career, Mishriff will have to rest for a while,” the ranch reported on January 3. “Horse welfare is in place. ranks highest in our values, and we are taking every precaution to ensure Mishriff’s speedy and complete recovery to our standards.”

“This unexpected situation was a huge shock to us, especially considering the immense popularity of Mishirff and his first book of soaring quality mares. I will be talking to the owners of all the mares booked soon and looking for an individual solution. We are grateful for the great anticipation Mishriff has activated and we look forward to your support. your ongoing support today and in the future.”

Four-time global trotting group 1 winner, Mishriff entered in 2023 for an advertised fee of €20,000 (US$21,152).

Bred by Nawara Stud Limited, son of trust retired for Haras de Montfort et Preaux with seven wins and $16,034,853 career prize money helping him win the 2020 Prix du Jockey Club (G1) championship in 3rd place before winning the championship. won the Saudi Cup (G1), Dubai Sheema Classic (G1) and Juddmonte International Stakes (G1) in an outstanding campaign at 4 o’clock in 2021.

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Mishriff, who also won the Newmarket Stakes and the Prix Guillaume d’Ornano-Haras du Logis Saint-Germain (G2), has won six more times in his career, including coming in second behind Adayar in the Shares of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth (G1) in 2021 and an unlucky second before Vadeni in this year’s Eclipse Stakes (G1).

beyond victory Crow Pass mare conflict and a half brother with a stake winner Orbaan and many groups are placed Momkin Mishriff comes from the deep family of Faisal heroine Prix de Diane Hermes-French Oaks (G1) Rafha and her sons, the finest stallions Kodiac and Invincible spirit .

“He has a benign pathology,” added Mathieu Le Forestier, Sumbe’s director of nominations. “It’s not a big deal, but we feel our customers deserve transparency as much as the horse deserves respect.”


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