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Three-year-old son of Iffraaj lands the G3 Prix La Force

The G1-entered Chilean landed the first Group race to be run at the redeveloped Longchamp on Sunday, 8 April when landing the G3 Prix La Force.

Five Darley stallions sire Group winners on Dubai World Cup night

Dubai World Cup night is the richest single day of racing in the world and it turned into a banner day for both Godolphin and Darley stallions.


Son of Iffraaj lands the Al Quoz Sprint at Meydan

Godolphin’s Jungle Cat, a son of Iffraaj, landed his biggest career triumph when running out the winner of the G1 Al Quoz


Turning 30 is always a cause for celebration but particularly if your name is Pastorale

Pastorale, a daughter of Nureyev out of the infamous Park Appeal is a half-sister to Champion and prolific sire, the late, great Cape Cross but perhaps is better


Filly beats colts home in Mufhasa Stakes at Ellerslie

 The influence of Darley stallion Iffraaj on New Zealand racing was emphasised yet again when the three-year-old filly


Son of Iffraaj becomes the second Darley-sired Group winner of the day at Meydan

Jungle Cat (Iffraaj), now in his fifth racing season, opened his 2018 account in superb style on Thursday, 1 February when landing the G2 Al Fahidi Fo


14 stallions on show in Newmarket today and tomorrow

Breeders are invited to Dalham Hall Stud on Tuesday, 9 and Wednesday, 10 January to view the UK-based Darley stallions.


Unbeaten filly Melt stakes her claim as NZ’s top two-year-old with G3 Eclipse win

Iffraaj started the new year with a bang, as his two-year-old daughter Melt ran out the determined winner of the G3 Eclipse Stakes at


Shamardal’s son Hawkesbury takes UAE Listed contest ahead of Sharpalo and Forjatt

The Darley stallions recorded a 1-2-3 in the Listed National Day Cup on Sunday, 3 December when Shamardal’s sons Hawkesbury and


Filly scores impressively on debut at Pukekohe

The versatility and prowess of Iffraaj received another boost with the decisive, debut victory of Melt in the Listed Counties Challenge at Pukekohe, N


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