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Stacelita

Stacelita
Sire Monsun
Dam Soignee
Grandsire Königsstuhl
Damsire Dashing Blade
Gender Filly
Foaled 2006
Country France
Breeder J-P Dubois
Owner Martin S. Schwartz & Ecurie Monastic
Trainer Jean-Claude Rouget
Record 8: 6-0-0
Earnings 918,413
Summary
Stacelita is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Soignee by Monsun. She was born around 2006 in France, and was bred by J-P Dubois.
Major wins
Prix Saint-Alary (2009)
Prix de Diane (2009)
Prix Vermeille (2009)
La Coupe (2010)
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)


Stacelita (foaled April 17, 2006 in France) is a Thoroughbred racehorse based in France. She was bred by Jean-Pierre Dubois. She is co-owned by Martin Schwartz and Ecurie Monastic and is trained by Jean-Claude Rouget. She has been ridden by Christophe Lemaire in four of her eight starts but her rider in her two races in 2010 has been Christophe Soumillon.

Pedigree of Stacelita
Sire
Monsun
Königsstuhl Dschingis Khan Tamerlane
Donna Diana
Konigskronung Tiepoletto
Kronung
Mosella Surumu Literat
Surama
Monasia Authi
Monacensia
Dam
Soignee
Dashing Blade Elegant Air Shirley Heights
Elegant Tern
Sharp Castan Sharpen Up
Sultry One
Suivez Fioravanti Northern Dancer
Pitasia
Sea Symphony Faraway Son
Southern Seas

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