Two times Australian Champion sire Redoute's Choice will cover 15 of the best Aga Khan mares.
The unbeaten Arc winner Zarkava will visit the champion sire.

Redoute’s Choice to cover a select group of Aga Khan mares

Wednesday 9 January 2013


He will cover 15 of the best Aga Khan mares.

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REDOUTE'S CHOICE

ZARKAVA

SHARETA

Redoute’s Choice travelled safely from Australia and arrived in France on Wednesday 9th January. The two times Australian Champion sire is shuttling for the first time and he will be standing the Northern Hemisphere season at the Aga Khan’s French stud Haras de Bonneval.

Redoute’s Choice is due to cover a limited book of a hundred top class mares. The Aga Khan Studs will send a selection of fifteen elite broodmares (see the full list below), headed by the unbeaten Arc winner ZARKAVA. She will be joined by last year’s Group 1 winners SHARETA and Sagawara. Other notable Aga Khan mares include the young Group 1 winning mares Rosanara and Daryakana. The dams of Shalanaya and Vadawina have also been selected to visit the champion sire.

To date, Redoute’s Choice has sired 21 Group 1 winners, 97 Stakes winners and currently boasts exceptional lifetime statistics of 75.6% winners to runners and 11.5% Stakes winners to runners.

To visit Redoute’s Choice, as well as multiple Group 1 sire Sinndar and juvenile Group 1 winner Siyouni, please call the stud farm directly on +33 2 31 48 18 60 to make arrangements. The stallions will also be presented during an open day, to be held on Sunday 3rd February as part as the Route des Etalons operation.

- ZARKAVA (Zamindar ex Zarkasha): Champion filly, unbeaten winner of five Group 1s

- SHARETA (Sinndar ex Shawara): winner of the Gr.1 Yorkshire Oaks and Gr.1 Prix Vermeille in 2012, her dam is a half sister to dual Group 1 winner Shawanda (Sinndar)

- Sagawara (Shamardal ex Sagalina) : winner of the Gr.1 Prix Saint-Alary in 2012, out of a full sister to Arc winner Sagamix and closely related to leading young sire Sageburg

- Rosanara (Sinndar ex Rosawa) : winner of the Gr.1 Prix Marcel Boussac at two and 2nd in the Gr.1 Prix de Diane at three

- Daryakana (Selkirk ex Daryaba): winner of the Gr.1 Hong Kong Vase, she is a daughter of the Prix de Diane and Prix Vermeille winner Daryaba

- Shalamantika (Nashwan ex Sharamana): dam of the Group 1 winner Shalanaya and Group 2 winner Shankardeh

- Vadaza (Zafonic ex Vadlamixa): dam of Group 1 winner Vadawina, and dual Group 3 winner Vadapolina

- Asharna (Darhsaan ex Ashtarka): dam of three Group performers, including Group 1 placed Ashiyla

- Katiyra (Peintre Celebre ex Katiykha): a Group 2 winner and placed third in the Oaks

- Ashalanda (Linamix ex Ashaninka): a dual Group 2 winner

- Shamakiya (Intikhab ex Shamadara): a Gr.2 placed half sister to Gr.1 winner Shamdala

- Shemima (Dalakhani ex Shemaka): a dual Gr.3 winner, she is a daughter of Prix de Diane winner Shemaka

- Tanoura (Dalakhani ex Takarouna): Group 2 placed, daughter of a Pretty Polly Stakes winner and sister to four Stakes performers

- Sharesha (Ashkalani ex Sharemata): the dam of three Group performers and a close relative to Derby winner Shahrastani

- Kerasona (Oasis Dream ex Kerasha): a Listed winner in 2012, she is a half sister to juvenile Gr.3 winner Keratiya

Updated on 09/01/2013.

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