Unfortunate news regarding the breeding of fine bloods worldwide, came out this week with the womb of the Ouija Board mare, given that the famous champion died at 21 years of age, being a sensitive loss for reproduction.
The remembered Ouija Board was a multiple champion of the slopes in various regions of the world, since in its brand new campaign it had 22 performances and managed to crystallize on 10 occasions, of which it was titled in 7 Grade 1 classics, in 4 countries, being one very versatile track.
During his campaign, he saw action in 7 countries on 3 different continents, and in breeding gave stakes winner and stallion Australia.
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Foaled in 2001 in England, Ouija Board is a descendant of Cape Cross and Board Selection, by Welsh Pageant, trained by Ed Dunlop and generally bred by Kieren Fallon, a mare owned by Edward Stanley, who was number 1 of his generation and built one One of the best records of the 2000s.
He twice received the title of Horse of the Year in Europe (2004 and 2006), being the first time that a fine blood horse received this distinction twice, and only the Frankel phenomenon will imitate him a few years later.
She had earnings of $5.787.390 and was awarded Best 3-Year-Old Filly in Europe (2004) and Best Turf Mare in the United States (2004 and 2006).