Synonyms for manighar or Related words with manighar
Examples of "manighar"
Mendez was retired from racing to become a breeding stallion at the Haras de Fresnay-le-Buffard. In 1987, he was exported to Japan, where his last foal were born in 1996. Mendez died 25 September 1995 in Japan. By far the most important of his offspring was Linamix, who won the Poule d'Essai des Poulains and became a very successful breeding stallion, siring the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe winner Sagamix, and the leading Australian racehorse
. Mendez was a true-breeding (homozygotic) grey, meaning that all of his foals were also grey.
The following year as $3.20 favourite won a second Classic in defeating Douro Valley and Red Ruler, by 0.2 lengths. In 2009 Zipping made it three on end with his victory over the Peter Snowden trained Purple, and the 2007 Caulfield Cup winner Master O'Reilly. In 2010 Zipping in a five horse field including the David Jones Handicap winner the kiwi Ginga Dude, won his 4th Sandown Classic by 2 lengths defeating Exceptionally and
. Nick Hall had the winning ride, and Zipping again started the race favourite at $1.90.
On 25 July at Ascot, Ask (ridden by Olivier Peslier) ran for the second time in the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes. In a finish dominated by Michael Stoute-trained runners he finished third behind his four-year-old stablemates Conduit and Tartan Bearer. Ask ended his season with a run in the Prix Royal Oak over 3100 metres at Longchamp Racecourse on 25 October and started 7/4 favourite ahead of the five-time Group One winner Schiaparelli, the Irish St Leger runner-up Clowance and the Prix Chaudenay winner
. Ask raced in third place as Schiaparelli set the pace and then went three lengths clear of the field in the straight. In the closing stages Ask steadily reeled in the German horse, taking the lead 100 metres from the finish and winning by one and a half lengths. The result was only confirmed after a lengthy enquiry by the racecourse stewards into interference allegedly caused by Ask early in the straight.
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