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Dar Re Mi: the daughter of Singspiel won three Group 1 races

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Ouija Board and Dar Re Mi in Dubawi book

OUIJA BOARD will be covered by Dubawi in the coming months after failing to get in foal last year – and she will be joined in the Darley sire’s book by another top racemare, Dar Re Mi.

Ouija Board has produced two foals of racing age, the four-year-old one-time winner Voodoo Prince (by Kingmambo) and the unraced three-year-old Aegaeus (by Monsun). She also has a twoyear- old filly and yearling colt by Galileo.

Stanley House Stud manager Peter Stanley, the brother of Ouija Board’s owner Lord Derby, said: “After one cover last year [to Dubawi] it was found that she was not in foal. Dubawi is an exciting young stallion and I feel it is a good match.”

Dar Re Mi, who is expecting her first foal to Oasis Dream next month,will also be covered by Dubawi this year.

Lord and Lady Lloyd-Webber’s bloodstock manager Simon Marsh said: “Dubawi is a very good stallion and should suit her. She is quite a big mare and I am hopeful he can put speed into her.”

Dar Re Mi is out of Watership Down Stud’s foundation mare Darara, who was also responsible for this year’s Prince of Wales’s Stakes winner Rewilding. Dar Re Mi, a daughter of Singspiel, won three Group 1 races for trainer John Gosden, culminating
with a victory in the Sheema Classic at Meydan.




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