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Haras La Madrugada

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Haras La Madrugada.

Haras La Madruga is a horse breeding farm located in Argentina, South America. Haras La Madruga was established in 1978; since then, the farm has built a reputation of success and quality in breeding thoroughbreds. Haras La Madrugada has a field of more than 900 hectares including prairies situated in a privileged geographical area. On these lands, a model breeding center was built with first-class soils and a favorable climate for the development of thoroughbreds.

Along its history, La Madrugada has contributed notably to the breeding industry and the turf and has projected great stars of the Argentine elevage. Among them, there are two winners of Carlos Pellegrini Stakes (G1): Potrillón and the mare Potri Pe, one of the few mares that was able to prevail in this South American classic. As well, the farm has produced such champions as Potrillazo and Potrizaris, both winners of the National Stakes (Derby of Palermo), and a great number of specimens through which Haras La Madrugada obtained sixteen “Carlos Pellegrini” distinctions, with champions Potridee, Warllon, Potridorita, Potridoon and Lovellon, among others.

Currently, the Haras La Madrugada is among the top ten breeders of Argentina according to data from Stud Book Argentino, the entity that regulates activity of thoroughbreds in Argentina.



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