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Stakes-winning son of Elusive Quality to India

STAKES winner Roi Maudit will stand at the Country Stud Farm in Jaipur, India, next season in a deal brokered by Tiranga Bloodstock and Peter Bradley Brokerage.
The Bill Mott-trained son of Elusive Quality was successful in two Listed races in the US and also ran third behind Kodiak Kowboy in this season's Grade 3 Sport Page Handicap at Belmont Park.
Peter Hickey, director of Tiranga Bloodstock, which is an Anglo Indian bloodstock company that specialises in stallion selection, said: "Roi Maudit is a very strong and impressive-looking son of a sire that is fast gaining a reputation as a sire of sires."
"He will prove a very good match for the daughters of all India's top five stallions."
Govind Gupta, owner of the Country Stud Farm, added: "Roi Maudit will be our foundation stallion and we are very hopeful he will take our farm to the next level."




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