The global “Godolphin” team announced the retirement of “Anamo”, the most winning foal in the first category races in Australia, and the direction of the four-year-old foal, to exercise new duties as a stallion in “Darley” stables for the year 2023.
The Godolphin team said in a statement today, on the team’s official website, that: “The colt (Anamo), who has a record of nine victories in the first category, “Group 1”, the highest in the world, will retire from racing and reside as a stallion at the (Kelvenseed) farm in (Hunter Valley). ) in the territory of New South Wales).
The statement stated, “The horse that succeeded, for three consecutive seasons, in carrying the banner (Godolphin) and coach James Cummings, and scoring 14 victories out of 25 participations in his racing career, and reaping financial gains in the race field exceeding 12 million Australian dollars. He will leave the race as the second horse in Australia in over 20 years to win a G1 race at the age of two, three and four years respectively.”
The statement referred to the pony’s career and its achievements in the first category races, and said: “Anamo started his career in the first category races at the age of two years, when the colt finished in the balance in both the (Blue Diamond) and (Golden Slipper Stakes) races, before winning the first His victories in the (Group 1) races, by winning the (Cyrus Produce Stakes) race, by 3 lengths from his nearest competitor.
And he continued: “Anamo, at the age of three, won the (Caulfield Guineas) race for (Group 1) horses, before winning the (Rosehill Guineas) for the first category by more than six lengths, to attract his strong performances to the attention of racing fans all over the world, after That the horse, crowned champion of the three-year-old horses in Australia, maintained its series of high achievements in the four-year season, achieving six first-class victories at distances ranging from 1400 to 2040 meters, including last year’s (Cox Plate) race.
Godolphin’s general manager in Australia, Finn Cox, said he was delighted to have added Anamo to Darley’s list of stallions, noting his impressive track record, physique and pedigree make him highly sought after by breeders. Wonderful and painful at the same time, that (Anamo) retires from the racing tracks, being a creative and unique horse for (Godolphin) and the world of horse racing, as he will leave an unforgettable legacy.
He added: “Performance, pedigree, and temperament are among the most important factors that breeders take into account, and (Anamo) retains all of those abilities clearly, and there is no doubt that (Anamo), who is preparing to exercise his new duties as a stallion in the prestigious (Drali) list, is the exceptional stallion.” ever experienced in Australia.
In turn, Godolphin coach James Cummings said: “The team is very proud of what (Anamo) has achieved in his racing career, as he never let us down, and made every effort for us in all his participation, and we wish him success in his new duties, and we cannot wait to see his offspring in stables during the coming years.” He added, “It was a great honor and privilege for our team to supervise the training of (Anamo) during his career, as his health has always been our top priority, and we are proud of his retirement while he is in excellent condition.”
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