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Bannaby: the son of Dyhim Diamond won the 2008 Prix du Cadran

  PICTURE: Edward Whitaker (racingpost.com/photos)  

Bannaby to stand at owner's stud in Spain

BANNABY, who took the notable scalp of Yeats when triumphant in the 2008 Prix du Cadran, has been retired to stud in Spain.

The seven-year-old son of the Night Shift stallionDyhim Diamond will stand from next year at his owner Luis Morgado's Yeguada Miranda.

Trained in Spain by Maricio Delcher-Sanchez, Bannaby won a hat trick of Listed races as well as beating Incanto Dream and Orion Star into the places in the Cadran.

He also finished fourth to Rite Of Passage in this season's Ascot Gold Cup.

Bannaby will stand at a fee of €1,200 live foal, or €1,000 October 1 terms. He is being syndicated, with 20 shares on sale for €2,500 each.

 

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