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Le Glorieux

Le Glorieux
Sire Cure The Blues
Dam La Mirande
Grandsire Stop The Music
Damsire Le Fabuleux
Gender Stallion
Foaled 1984
Country Great Britain
Color Bay
Breeder Petra Bloodstock Agency Ltd.
Owner Werner Wolf
Trainer Robert Collet
Record not found
Earnings 1,451,728
Le Glorieux is a thoroughbred racehorse out of La Mirande by Cure The Blues. He was born around 1984 in Great Britain, and was bred by Petra Bloodstock Agency Ltd..
Major wins
Bavarian Classic (1987)
Deutschland-Preis (1987)
Frühjahrs Dreijährigen-Preis (1987)
Japan Cup (1987)
Washington, D.C. International (1987)
German Champion Three-Year-Old Colt (1987)
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)

Le Glorieux (foaled February 18, 1984 in England was a French/German Thoroughbred racehorse who in 1987 achieved the extraordinary feat of winning three Group one races on three different continents when he won the Deutschland-Preis in Europe, the Washington, D.C. International in North America and the Japan Cup in Asia.

Trained by Robert Collet, and owned by German businessman, Werner Wolf, from his base at the Chantilly Racecourse, Le Glorieux made seven starts at age two, winning once and finnishing second on three occasions. At age thee, the colt won three races from a base in Germany and blossomed into an international star.

Retired to stud, Le Glorieux's progeny have met with limited success in racing.

Pedigree of Le Glorieux
Cure The Blues
Stop The Music Hail To Reason Turn-To
Bebopper Tom Fool
Quick Cure Dr. Fager Rougn'n Tumble
Speedwell Bold Ruler
La Mirande
Le Fabuleux Wild Risk Rialto
Wild Violet
Anguar Verso
La Rochelle
La Magnanarelle Herbager Vandale
La Malaguena Migoli
La Mirambule



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