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PostPosted: Sun Jun 08, 2008 10:26 am    Post subject: Zarkava Reply with quote

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Zarkava team eye Arc mission

8 June 2008

Zarkava appears likely to challenge all-comers in the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe later in the year after furthering her reputation as the outstanding filly of her generation in the Prix de Diane (French Oaks).

Her owner and breeder the Aga Khan nearly ran out of superlatives to describe his latest star following her three-length success at Chantilly.

Christophe Soumillon settled her at the back of the field before moving her into contention, and she was cheered from the rooftops as a burning run down the centre of the track proved too good for Gagnoa and Goldikova.

It was the fifth time her owner had teamed up with trainer Alain de Royer-Dupre to win the race and the unbeaten Zarkava was completing a French Oaks-1000 Guineas double.

"Petite Etoile ran for my grandfather and she only had one filly, called Zahra, who I named after my daughter," said the Aga Khan. "Breeding from that filly has been the sole reason the family has come back to the strength it is now.

"Shergar is in there, and now Zarkava. She is without a doubt one of my best - an exceptional filly and the perfect example of breeding continuity."

De Royer-Dupre added: "We will consider the Arc de Triomphe with a run before that, although I am not sure the Prix Vermeille would be the best preparation race.

"Christophe said he only had to hit her once, just to keep her on a straight line, and we don't see any reason why she couldn't stay a mile and a half."

The Aga Khan added: "There is a staying pedigree and I believe fillies progress more than colts between the summer and autumn, so I think we will see more progress from her between September and October."

Jim Bolger was unable to add to his Derby success as Prima Luce made a bold bid from the front but was swallowed up in the home straight.


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http://www.setantasports.com/en/Sport/News/Other-sports/2008/06/08/Racing-Arc-plans-for-Zarkava/?id=45868&facets/sport-space/great-britain-locale/horse-racing/T
Arc plans for Zarkava
by Johnny Ward, 08 June 2008

The Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe is a strong possibility for wonder-filly Zarkava.

The Aga Khan's daughter of Zamindar, who was bred in Ireland, made it five wins from five by hacking up in the Prix de Diane on Sunday at Chantilly.

In doing so, she answered the question about her stamina - she had never raced over beyond a mile previously - and was still running on at the end of the extended ten furlongs.

Not surprisingly, French racing's blue riband in October at Longchamp is already being considered.

Trainer Alain De Royer-Dupre said: "We will consider the Arc de Triomphe with a run before that although I am not sure the Prix Vermeille would be the best preparation race.

"Christophe [Soumillon] said he only had to hit her once, just to keep her on a straight line and we don't see any reason why she couldn't stay a mile and a half."

Her owner added: "Petite Etoile ran for my grandfather and she only had one filly called Zahra, who I named after my daughter.

"Breeding from that filly has been the sole reason the family has come back to the strength it is now.

"Shergar is in there, and now Zarkava. She is without a doubt one of my best - an exceptional filly and the perfect example of breeding continuity."
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The race on the YouTube.

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Zarkava proves she is an Extra Terrestrial in the Arc
Sun 05 Oct, 05:03 PM

Video link for the race (6th Event)
http://france-galop.empreinte.com/2008/site/kiosque/index.php?lang=en&themeid=4

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PARIS (AFP) - Zarkava produced one of the greatest performances in racing history here at Longchamp on Sunday as she became the first winner to come from stall one since Prince Royale II in 1964 to win the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe.

Zarkava was given a stunning ride by jockey Christophe Soumillon to come from the back of the field to take the world's richest turf race worth four million euros from last year's runner-up Youmzain.

Irish raider Soldier of Fortune dead-heated with It's Gino for third.

For Zarkava's owner/breeder Karim The Aga Khan it was something out of this world - and that for a filly who had been labelled an 'Extra Terrestrial' when she lost seven lengths three weeks ago at the Prix Vermeille and won easing away.

"It is 90 years that my family have been breeding horses and today really is a dream come to fruition," said the Aga Khan, who was the last owner to have a three-year-old filly land the Arc in the shape of Akiyda in 1982.

Trainer Alain de Royer-Dupre - who won it for the Aga in 2003 with Dalakhani - said as soon as he saw Zarkava in the paddock he realised that there was something special going on.

"She looked so relaxed in the paddock that I thought even the number one draw wasn't going to be a problem," said the 64-year-old.

"All through the race I was as relaxed as she appeared to be.

"She is really out of this world, she is something different and I have trained a lot of exceptional fillies and colts to boot."

Soumillon, who celebrated by thumping his chest several times and threw off his helmet as well as holding out his hand which was not taken to several of his rivals, said that he had rarely experienced something like this victory.

"I was also really relaxed. I wasn't worried that she would repeat her Prix Vermeille antics. When I entered the straight it was probably the best feeling of my life.

"She is a quite extraordinary filly, a pleasure to ride and probably the best I have ever ridden," said the Belgian-born rider.

Youmzain ran a splendid race to take second and his new rider Richard Hills, who recently replaced Richard Hughes as the rider, opined that he was an even better horse than the one who finished second to Dylan Thomas in last year's Arc.

"We slightly missed the split but truthfully he ran a magnificent race and in my opinion he is a better horse than the one that ran in this race last year," said Hills, who is still to garner a Group One win in 37 attempts in France.

http://uk.eurosport.yahoo.com/05102008/3/zarkava-proves-extra-terrestrial-arc.html

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Zarkava's awesome Arc win
Unbeaten filly proves her class in Longchamp romp

The Aga Khan's sensational filly Zarkava lived up to expectations by storming to victory in the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe.

The hot favourite came with a sweeping run under a confident Christophe Soumillon to retain her unbeaten record and become the first filly since Urban Sea in 1993 to land the Longchamp feature.

It was Zarkava's fourth Group One victory in a row after she picked up the French 1,000 Guineas, French Oaks and Prix Vermeille earlier in the season, and vindicated trainer Alain de Royer-Dupre's decision to run despite concerns over the ground.

The Mick Channon-trained Youmzain ran on strongly in the closing stages to fill the runner-up spot for the second year in succession, with Soldier Of Fortune and It's Gino coming next in a dead-heat for third.

"She's beautiful, it's marvellous because she had a very easy race," said de Royer-Dupre, after watching Soumillon navigate his way through the 16-strong from an uncompromising rails position. "It's perfect.

"When I saw the filly in the paddock and in the parade I was sure she was OK today. I know she has great acceleration.

"It's great to train a filly like that. She's the best I've had.

"I was confident during all of the race except the start where she didn't go straight, but after that it was OK.

"Every day you are anxious in case she has a problem or if something goes wrong.

"The filly can be a little bit nervous sometimes, but I have a very good assistant who looks after her well.

"The win is very important to me as it is a race I have not always been lucky in."

Disappointment of the race was Duke Of Marmalade, who was held up in mid division but came under pressure from Johnny Murtagh entering the false straight, and although the plucky colt ran on he could only find the one pace.

Aidan O'Brien said of Soldier Of Fortune and Duke Of Marmalade: "I'm not using the ground as an excuse, they've both run good races. They both have plenty of options and we'll see what happens."

Sir Michael Stoute's pair Ask and Papal Bull could never land a blow.

http://www.skysports.com/story/0,19528,12426_4249062,00.html

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http://afp.google.com/article/ALeqM5h8-tPEUpWmXQJgw66_HQ4IVWOCsg

Zarkava clinches glittering Triomphe

3 hours ago

PARIS (AFP) — Zarkava produced one of the greatest performances in racing history at Longchamp on Sunday when she became the first winner to come from stall one since Prince Royale II in 1964 to win the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe.

Zarkava, who gave trainer Alain de Royer Duupre his second Arc victory, was ridden superbly by jockey Christophe Soumillon to come from the back of the field to take the world's richest turf race from last year's runner-up Youmzain.

Irish raider Soldier of Fortune dead-heated with It's Gino for third in the four million euro race.

It was also a memorable day for the winner's owner/breeder The Aga Khan whose horse had been labelled an 'Extra Terrestrial' when she lost seven lengths three weeks ago at the Prix Vermeille before winning easily.

"It is 90 years that my family have been breeding horses and today really is a dream come to fruition," said the Aga Khan, who was the last owner to have a three-year-old filly land the Arc in the shape of Akiyda in 1982.

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http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/sport/2008/10/06/1243793bcd67

Super filly wins Arc de Triomphe

Updated at 6:12am on 6 October 2008

The French-trained super filly Zarkava has stormed to victory in the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe in Paris, the world's richest horse race on turf.

Zarkava was sent out the hot favourite despite nearly being scratched because of the soft track, and she put the issue beyond doubt soon after taking the lead with about 300 metres to go.

Zarkava, owned by the Aga Khan, has won all her seven races, and she's the first filly for 15 years to win the great race.

Copyright © 2008 Radio New Zealand

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http://ap.google.com/article/ALeqM5juCoBAyw0OvvSG_kWZY5E-8leoCAD93KG1280

Zarkava wins Arc de Triomphe

By JEROME PUGMIRE – 1 hour ago

LONGCHAMP, France (AP) — Zarkava won the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe on Sunday with a powerful stretch run and became the first filly in 15 years to win the race.

Zarkava was behind early but as the 16-horse field turned for home, jockey Christophe Soumillon urged on his unbeaten filly and she finished two lengths ahead of Youmzain. The last filly to win was Urban Sea in 1993.

Wind and light rain softened the track on Europe's major middle-distance race over 1 1/2 miles.

Soumillion thumped his chest and blew kisses to the home crowd after winning.

"This is the best present I could ever have," said the French jockey, who also won the race with Dalakhani in 2003. "Both (horses) had completely different characters, but the quality is the same. They are the two best moments of my life."

It's Gino and Soldier of Fortune dead-heated for third place.

With a forecast of rain, Zarkava's trainer Alain de Royer-Dupre worried that a soft ground would hinder his filly's chances. However, there was only a light overnight drizzle, and it didn't both Zarkava as her burst of acceleration was just to good for her male rivals.

"She handled the situation very well," de Royer-Dupre said. "I was not worried, you don't get horses like this every day."

The 3-year-old Zarkava, owned by the Aga Khan, won the Prix Vermeille last month and ran her record to a perfect 7-for-7. She overpowered fillies in winning her first six starts.

"I know she has great acceleration," de Royer-Dupre said. "It's great to train a filly like that. She's the best I've had."

Irish trainer Aidan O'Brien, who won the Arc last year with Dylan Thomas, had three horses in the race — Duke of Marmalade, Soldier of Fortune and Red Rock Canyon — but none were serious contenders.

Duke of Marmalade won the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes in England earlier this year, but is much better on firmer ground and struggled to make any impact.

"I'm not using the ground as an excuse," O'Brien said.

Italian jockey Frankie Dettori, another three-time winner, briefly threatened with Schiaparelli heading into the stretch, but faded quickly.

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http://www.sportinglife.com/fanzine/story_get.dor?STORY_NAME=racing/08/10/05/RACING_Longchamp_Colour.html

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Celebration time for the Aga Khan and Soumillon.

CHEERS AND TEARS AT LONGCHAMP

By Tom Peacock, PA Sport, Paris

As Zarkava was afforded a tribal welcome for elevating herself to the list of all-time greats in the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe, the sadness of Overdose earlier in the afternoon was all but forgotten.

Both horses headed to Longchamp with unbeaten records and it was only fair for racegoers to scream Zarkava's name from the rooftops as the wonderful filly put her astonishing turn of foot into effect.

Certainly the amiable trainer Alain de Royer-Dupre, effervescent jockey Christophe Soumillon and her serene owner the Aga Khan provided a result which few could dislike.

Whether a better three-year-old filly has been seen in living times is a subject racing fans can enjoy discussing into the early hours.

But Zarkava has done something very few have ever managed in beating colts and her elders with the ground and draw against her in arguably the most challenging of all races.
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Zarkava storms to Arc triumph
http://www.thenational.ae/article/20081005/SPORT/805667152




Geoffrey Riddle

* Last Updated: October 05. 2008 9:53PM UAE / October 5. 2008 5:53PM GMT

Christophe Soumillon on Zarkava, left, wins the Qatar Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe at Longchamp today. Getty Images

Paris // A wind of change blew through racing yesterday when the Aga Khan-owned Zarkava put a high-class field of colts to the sword in the Qatar-sponsored Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe on a blustery day.

Zarkava’s success was the first time a three-year-old filly had prevailed in Europe’s 1m 4f championship since Akiyda, also owned by the Aga Khan, scored in 1982.
It was a quite breathtaking display, and one which was made all the more exceptional because she was stone last as the field whirled around the finishing bend.

Under the coolest of rides by her regular jockey, Christophe Soumillon, the pair set about weaving their way through the pack. Zarkava was bumped and jostled incessantly on her way, but her courage, and her brilliance, shone through. “It was like bumper cars,” said Soumillon cheekily afterwards.

Many had doubted her ability to beat the colts at the first time of asking, but the way the second and third, Youmzain and Soldier Of Fortune, were toiling in the
final furlong only highlighted her utter dominance.

Soumillon was ecstatic: “She is an outstanding filly and she will remain in my memory for a long time. I won the Arc on Dalakhani in 2003, and that colt apart, I cannot think of another animal that could beat her.

“I hope the pair can make a nice baby together and the Aga Khan can breed champions.”

A decision has yet to be made about the filly’s future. However, the owner was not keen to be drawn into making any plans quickly.

He said: “We have not decided yet about whether she will continue to race. I will consult my team when the right moment comes.”

There was confusion earlier in the day when the Prix de l’Abbaye, France’s sole Group 1 sprint over five furlongs and the first group race on the card, was postponed until after the Arc when Fleeting Spirit was left in the starting stalls. The British jockey Ryan Moore looked perplexed aboard the filly when his gate remained shut as the 19 other horses burst out at the start.

A race official waved a red flag as he ran on to the track, 200m from the start, but the jockeys who were drawn on the other side of the course failed to see it and
powered on.

The French jockey Christophe Lemaire was bemused as he dismounted his Rock Harmonie: “Most of the French jockeys were drawn high and saw, like Davy Bonilla on Marchand D’Or, but the foreign riders didn’t pull up.”

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Super Zar swoops for Arc glory

Zarkava wrote her name into the record books with a stunning victory in the Qatar Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe at Longchamp.

Alain de Royer-Dupre's filly had to overcome being drawn in stall one and a tricky passage through the field, but she sprinted clear inside the final furlong to maintain her unbeaten record in brilliant style.

Christophe Soumillon oozed confidence as she became the first filly to win the big race since Urban Sea in 1993. Mick Channon's Youmzain finished runner-up for the second year in a row, while Soldier Of Fortune dead-heated for third with It's Gino, and Duke Of Marmalade never looked like winning his sixth Group One of the season.

Royer-Dupre, following up Dalakhani's success in 2003, said: "My reaction is that it is so great to train a filly who has so much talent and is so good. It is marvellous and I was very confident during all of the race, expect for the start where she didn't go straight but after that it was OK.

"Every day you are anxious in case she has a problem or if something goes wrong. She is a filly who can be a little bit nervous sometimes, but I have a very good assistant who looks after her well. From the beginning of the week I felt she would go well but you are always afraid of a last-minute accident.

"When I saw the filly in the parade I was very confident as she was very strong and I was thinking everything is OK, and she didn't pull as hard going to the start as she did last time. I can't say she doesn't like soft ground, but she was racing against older colts who go on soft ground better."

Soumillon was ecstatic after the win, throwing his riding helmet into the crowd and even treating the Parisian racegoers to a Frankie Dettori-style flying dismount.

He said: "This filly has no weakness. She has a temper but you need a temper to be a champion. She gave me a similar feeling to Dalakhani and I think he is the only horse who might have defeated her. She is an outstanding filly and will remain in my memory for the rest of my life.

"I was not worried about her making a mistake and she didn't jump slowly today. It was the greatest moment of my like when she came into the straight going so easily, just like Dalakhani. They are two champions who will be in my life forever."

For the Aga Khan the result was a massive boost for his breeding operation, with the unbeaten daughter of Zamindar related to his family's champion Petite Etoile. His Highness said: "This is as well as you can do in breeding thoroughbreds. After nearly 90 years of breeding in the family this is a remarkable occasion."
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 05, 2008 2:30 pm    Post subject: Qatar Prix de L'Arc de Triomphe 2008 Reply with quote

Ya Ali Madaad... It was a gr8 day, a day that I shall remember… I was present in the race club n have never seen Hazar Imam so happy in my life.... just can’t tell how delighted I am… nazro sai Hazar Imam ka chera nahi hatta pata nahi how did I came back home… I feel I was never so happy in my life….

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youtube clip of MHI leaving and getting the trophy...

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Check this video Clip of (Zarkava) and (MHI) too smiling in (You Tube)............

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Horse Winers
1. Zarkava; SA Aga Khan, A. De Royer Dupre (C.Soumillon)
2. Gagnoa (JP.Murtagh)
3. Goldikova (O.Peslier)
4. Proviso (S.Pasquier)
5. Satan's circus (CP.Lemaire)
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at the moment i m in my hostel room its a nice shinny morning and starting my day with a soft music just looking at pics....of ZARKAVA s victory .....and the happiness that i m seeing on HAZIR IMAM s .......face i cant stop having tears in my eyes.............and i m alwayz waiting when we the jamat of pakistan will be blessed by the golden jublee deedar...when ever there is an announcement in the jk about golden jublee visit i hold my self and cross my fingers to hear that HAZIR IMAM IS COIMING TO PAKISTAN....but .....................we r so unfortunate..............every time i come out of jk and keep on crying again and again....................oh MAULA ..................BE KIND AND MERCIFUL.............love u .....................
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Aga Khan hails brilliant filly Zarkava
The Aga Khan has described his outstanding filly Zarkava as "the greatest reward a breeder could ever have".

By Marcus Armytage
Last Updated: 7:34PM GMT 18 Nov 2008

He was speaking after he had collected the Horse of the Year and Three-Year-Old filly award for this year's Arc de Triomphe winner from Arnauld Bamberger, managing director of Cartier UK, at the Cartier Awards in London.

The awards ceremony, one of racing's most glittering occasions, was attended by 300 guests from the world of racing, including Alex Pitchford, of London, who won the Daily Telegraph reader competition.

To the great approval of his audience, the Aga Khan joked: "Sometimes we are associated with fast ladies and this is a case when I am very happy to be associated with a fast lady."

George Strawbridge, owner-breeder of Cartier Two-Year-Old Filly Rainbow View travelled from America. He also described his filly as the best he had bred. "I'm reminded of an old friend's expression," he concluded modestly, "that every now and again a blind pig finds an acorn."

Brown is Tote's new signing

Phil Brown, Telegraph columnist, manager of Hull City and a racehorse owner, has been signed to help the Tote promote this weekend's Scoop6, which is expected to be worth £5 million after there were no winners last Saturday for the 10th consecutive week.

The Tote are expected to unveil today the six races that will be used to make up this week's bet


http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/horseracing/3479586/Aga-Khan-hails-brilliant-filly-Zarkava-Horse-Racing.html

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