Dar Re Mi

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Dar Re Mi
Sire Singspiel
Grandsire In The Wings
Dam Darara
Damsire Top Ville
Sex Mare
Foaled2005
CountryGreat Britain
Colour Bay
Breeder Axel Wend
Owner Andrew Lloyd Webber
Trainer John Gosden
Record16: 6-4-4
Earnings £2,672,030
Major wins
Prix Minerve (2008)
Pretty Polly Stakes (2009)
Yorkshire Oaks (2009)
Dubai Sheema Classic (2010)
Last updated on 28 March 2010

Dar Re Mi (foaled 2005 in Great Britain) is a retired Thoroughbred racehorse. In a racing career lasting from 2007 to 2010 she won six times, including three at Group One level. Since retiring from racing she has become a very successful broodmare.

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Background

Dar Re Mi is a daughter of Singspiel out of the mare Darara. Singspiel was a very successful breeding stallion whose other top horses include Hibaayeb and Moon Ballad. [1] During her racing career she was owned by Andrew Lloyd Webber and trained by John Gosden.

Racing career

Dar Re Mi notably ran third in the 2009 Breeders' Cup Turf. She won the Yorkshire Oaks at the Ebor Festival and in August 2009. [2] On 27 March 2010 she earned the most important win of her career in the 2010 Dubai Sheema Classic. [3]

Breeding record

Dar Re Mi was retired to stud in September 2010. Dar Re Mi's first foal, a colt called De Treville sired by Oasis Dream, won two races and placed four times in group races. [4] Her second foal So Mi Dar, a filly sired by Dubawi, won the Investec Derby Trial and Musidora Stakes in 2016. [5] Her fourth foal, Lah Ti Dar, won the Pretty Polly Stakes in 2018. [6] Later that year her son Too Darn Hot won the Dewhurst Stakes and followed up with wins in the Prix Jean Prat and Sussex Stakes in 2019.

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References

  1. "Singspiel Stud Record". Racing Post. 15 February 2012. Retrieved 28 April 2013.
  2. http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/other_sports/horse_racing/8209658.stm
  3. http://www.thoroughbredtimes.com/international-news/2010/March/27/Dar-Re-Mi-wins-thrilling-Sheema-Classic.aspx
  4. "De Treville". Racing Post. Retrieved 30 October 2015.
  5. "So Mi Dar". Racing Post. Retrieved 11 May 2016.
  6. "Lah Ti Dar". Racing Post. Retrieved 7 May 2018.