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On Est Bien Longchamp

On Est Bien storms clear to win the Prix la Force at Longchamp


On Est Bien to stand at Haras du Camp Benard

LAST season's Group 3 Prix la Force winner On Est Bien will stand at the Haras du Camp Benard in Normandy next year.

The four-year-old son of Enrique was bred and trained by Elie Lellouche.

He won on on his debut at two and flourished at three, winning the Prix Youth and Prix la Force, and finishing second to Allybar - but in front of Fuisse and Cavalryman -  in the Listed Prix Francois Mathet.

This year at four he raced once, when a close fourth to Cutlass Bay in April's Group 2 Prix d'Harcourt.

On Est Bien is out of the winning Cardoun mare Doucelisa, herself a daughter of Prix Penelope scorer La Monalisa, from the family of Anglesey Stakes winner Pan Jammer.

A stud fee for On Est Bien at Camp Benard - which also stands Super Celebre and Kouroun - will be announced at a later date.






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