Juddmonte Farms

Juddmonte Farms is a famous and award-winning horse breeding farm, owned by Prince Khalid Abdullah of Saudi Arabia. A member of the Saudi Arabian royal family the successful businessman presides over the massive conglomerate Mawared. While he is in semi-retirement, his four sons are involved in managing business interests that include insurance, catering, cement, cleaning, foodstuffs and electronics.

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Juddmonte Farms - Most Successful Horses
... Middle Park Stakes and 2000 Guineas http//www.racingpost.com/horses/horse_home.sd?horse_id=301285 Rainbow Quest 1985 Coronation Cup and Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe http//www.racingpost.com/horses/horse_home.sd?horse_id=303440 Dancing Brave 1986. ...
Prince Khalid Abdullah - Horseracing - Juddmonte Farms
... Park Stud at Wargrave-On-Thames in Berkshire, renaming it Juddmonte Farms ... The British arm of the Juddmonte operations came to include Side Hill Stud in Newmarket, Juddmonte Dullingham and Estcourt Estate in Gloucestershire ... Juddmonte also owns Ferrans Stud and New Abbey Stud in Ireland, as well as Juddmonte Farm in Lexington, Kentucky, where Empire Maker, winner of the Belmont Stakes and son of the Juddmonte broodmare Toussaud ...
Winners of The Canadian International Stakes
... Frankel Juddmonte Farms 228.36 2008 Marsh Side 5 Javier Castellano Neil D ... Bearhart 4 Jose Santos Mark Frostad Sam-Son Farm 229.00 1996 Singspiel 4 Gary Stevens Michael Stoute Sheikh Mohammed 233.20 1995 Lassigny 4 Pat Day William I ... Mott Prince Sultan al Kabeer 229.80 1994 Raintrap 4 Robbie Davis André Fabre Juddmonte Farms 225.60 1993 Husband 3 Cash Asmussen John Fellows Keswick Stables 236.40 ...

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