The “Godolphin” global team announced the retirement of the horse “Mystic Guide”, the winner of the “Dubai World Cup” in the 2021 edition, and the exercise of the duties of stallions in the American “Gonapable Farm” starting from the production season of 2023.
Godolphin Chief Operating Officer Dan Pride said: “The decision has been made to retire Mystic Guide due to a soft tissue injury, and the timing is unfortunately far away from the big goals in the summer and fall, to go to work as stallions at (Gonable Farm).” .
He added, “(Mystic Guide) has proven to be a world-class horse, with distinguished proportions and impressive stature, and we will be eager to enable breeders to witness it in person.”
In turn, coach Michael Stidham, who supervised the training of “Mystic Guide”, commented, “Mystic guide horses are not often repeated, and winning the Dubai World Cup with the “Godolphin” logo was a special moment for me and the team, and it will forever remain in the memory, and I I am sure the next chapter in a horse’s life will be equally exciting.”
It is noteworthy that the horse “Mystic Guide”, descended from the stallion “Gostzaber”, is one of the first “Godolphin” horses residing in America to win the main race in the UAE season calendar, when the “Mystic Guide” rushed in the 2021 edition of the “Dubai Cup”. With a total prize pool of $12 million, he won four times longer than the second-placed Japanese horse Showa Wizard.
“Mystic Guide” retires from racing with a record of four victories, and has not fallen out of the first three places in its nine participations in the world of racing. AB Andy, who has achieved 5 victories in the first category, is the granddaughter of the champion filly in the United States, “At the Air”.
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