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SUNDAY MORNING - FEBRUARY 26 - WENDELL - 8:00 A.M. Class 1083 SCOTTSDALE SIGNATURE STALLION AUCTION CHAMPIONSHIP YEARLING COLTS/GELDINGS, AOTH - FINAL Horses to enter the arena in-hand at a relaxed walk (a four-beat flat-footed gait). Each horse shall clear the gate at a walk before striking the trot to its designated postion in line. Horses shall then be asked
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After much anticipation our two Ajman Moniscione colts have finally arrived! Sunset Alight gave birth to an extraordinarily pretty chestnut colt on 28th Feb. He oozes attitude and struts around the paddock commanding attention from any onlookers. This colt inherited the best attributes of both his sire and dam. He is extremely pretty, with a short, dished
By Janet de Acevedo Macdonald © Have you ever witnessed the equestrian equivalent of a Super Bowl Half Time Show wardrobe malfunction? How many times have you watched, embarrassed, as a female handler bounced into the main ring alongside her exquisitely groomed steed seemingly unaware that all eyes were glued to her? Ladies, what follows is the forbidden
Class 1 | 1 Year Fillies First: Nastya OS [Ajman Stud] Second: Ghanadir Al Zobair [Sheikh Abdulla Bin Mohammed Ali Althani] Third: Salwa Al Bidayer [Sheikh Mohammed Saoud Sultan Saqar Al Qassimi] Class 2 | 2 Year Fillies First: AJ Sawahi [Ajman Stud] Second: Ghazalt Al Khalediah [HRH Prince Khalid Bin Sultan Bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud] Third: Ul Sid Parma [Ulrichsdal
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Who would have thought that the original racehorse, the Arabian, would run on the same night as it's distant relative the mighty mare Black Caviar. What's more they all galloped on the hallowed turf of the historic Moonee Valley racetrack, home of the iconic Cox Plate. What an historic occasion. The Moonee Valley Race Club committee bent over backwards to