THE HARAS DU MAZET SHOWCASES ITS FIVE STALLIONS FOR 2021

04.02.2021

THE HARAS DU MAZET SHOWCASES ITS FIVE STALLIONS FOR 2021

Mathieu Talleux shines the spotlight on five of his stallions which will be covering from his stud on the outskirts of Pompadour during the forthcoming breeding season.

The covering fee of Devastar (Areion) has been set at €1,600.  During the course of a 31 race career, he finished in the first three on 18 occasions – 17 of which were in black type races. A triple Listed winner, he also won the Grosser Preis Von Lotto Hamburg (Gr3, 10f) and the Pferdewetten.de 26 P. Deutschen Einheit (Gr3, 10f).

The stud fee of Masterofthehorse (Sadler's Wells) has been set at €1,800. He has already sired seven winners over jumps in Britain. As a juvenile, he finished third in the Juddmonte Beresford Stakes (Gr2, 1.600m), when beaten less than a length by the star performer Sea the Stars (Cape Cross). Second in the Chester Vase (Gr3) on his seasonal debut as a 3-year-old, Masterofthehorse was also third in a very high class renewal of the Epsom Derby won by the class act Sea the Stars.

These two English thoroughbreds will stand alongside three PA sires. Rijm is one of the first sons of Azadi (Darike) to stand at stud. Commanding a stud fee of €1,000, he can draw on a seven lengths success in the French Arabian Breeders' Challenge Classic (Gr1 PA), plus his victory in the Qatar Derby (Gr2 PA).

Seif Al Cham (Akim de Ducor) will also be available to breeders (€1,000 terms) although he never raced on account of an injury. However, he is the sibling of the high class act Al Mourtajez (Dahess), and his grandam produced one of the top current PA stallions, Azadi.

Lastly, Jabal Kassyoun (Burning Sand), whose stud fee is €1,200, is one of the rare sons of the influential US sire Burning Sand (San Lou Romirz), and the latter has acquired a reputation as a sires’ sire, having already generated the excellent TM Fred Texas (Burning Sand). Jabal Kassyoun’s particular outcross reveals that he is devoid of the strains of Amer and Manganate, and he was a speedy type, having finished second in the International Malazgirt Trophy (Gr1) over a mile at Veliefendi.