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Brilliant Zarkava wins the Arc - 2008-10-05

2008-10-05 Zarkava at Longchamp
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AFP

PARIS (AFP) — Zarkava became the first three-year-old filly since Akiyda in 1982 to win Europe's richest race, the four million euro Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe, at Longchamp here on Sunday.

The Aga Khan's filly proved her brilliance and justified favouritism under cool handling from her jockey Christophe Soumillon.

Trained by Alain de Royer-Dupre and running in the colours of the Aga Khan Zarkava beat last year's runner-up Youmzain.

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE AT UNESCO</I> - 2005-04-05

His Highness the Aga Khan speaks with Seyed Mohammad Khatami, President of the Islamic Republic of Iran at the International Con

His Highness the Aga Khan attends the International Conference on the Dialogue among Civilisations, Cultures and Peoples at the UNESCO, Paris. The Conference in Paris was attended by more than 300 participants. According to the Quotidien Le Soleil of Senegal the Aga Khan was among the attendees.

2000-06-05-hiparis2-Prince Karim Aga Khan

2000-06-05-hiparis2-Prince Karim Aga Khan
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Heritage Society Collection

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2006-10-01-Paris-Race-Club04
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Heritage Society Collection

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2006-10-01-Paris-Race-Club02
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The Heritage Society Collection

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2006-10-01-Paris-Race-Club01
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The Heritage Society Collection

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2006-10-01-Paris-Race-Club03
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The Heritage Society Collection

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Paris Match

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Paris Match

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Paris Match

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Paris Match

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Paris Match

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20050203pma
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Paris Match

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Paris Match

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Paris Match


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