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Hasili (horse)

Sire Kahyasi
Dam Kerali
Grandsire Ile de Bourbon
Damsire High Line
Gender Stallion
Foaled 1991
Country Ireland
Color Bay
Breeder Juddmonte Farms
Owner Khalid Abdullah
Trainer Henri-Alex Pantall
Record 7: 1-2-0
Horse is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Kerali by Kahyasi. He was born around 1991 in Ireland, and was bred by Juddmonte Farms.
Major wins
Prix des Sablonnets (1993)
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)

Hasili (foaled 1991 in Ireland) is a retired French Thoroughbred racehorse who is an outstanding broodmare. A Khalid Abdullah hombred at his Juddmonte Farms, she was out of the mare Kerali and sired by Kahyasi, winner of the 1988 Irish and Epsom Derbys. Hasili won the Prix des Sablonnets at Nantes at age two and was placed in two Listed races at three.

Retired to broodmare duty, Hasili has produced Cacique, Champs Elysees, Banks Hill, Intercontinental, and Heat Haze who together made her the first Northern Hemisphere broodmare to produce five Group/Grade I winners, [1] all of which are racing millionaires. [2]

Hasili is also the dam of Dansili, sire of Rail Link who won the 2006 Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe, and of Deluxe, a 2007 filly by Storm Cat, and a 2008 filly by Empire Maker.

Pedigree of Hasili
Ile de Bourbon Nijinsky Northern Dancer
Flaming Page
Roseliere Misti
Peace Rose
Kadissya Blushing Groom Red God
Runaway Bride
Kalkeen Sheshoon
High Line High Hat Hyperion
Time Call Chanteur
Sookera Roberto Hail To Reason
Irule Young Emperor



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