Chloé: Tariyana, by grace and might

17 July 2022

Tariyana s'impose avec style dans le Prix Chloé dimanche à Chantilly

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Sunday, July 17, 2022, Chantilly Racecourse (Oise). – Eighth in the last Prix of Diane Longines (Gr1), Tariyana (Sea The Stars) confirmed that she could have obtained a much better placing that day had she not been drawn wide at the 18 stall. In the Prix Chloé (Gr3), she went off to a fine start, quickly took her distances from the field and after a timely breather, kept going under Stéphane Pasquier to win by a length and a half. Sippinsoda (War Front), previously fourth in the St Mark's Basilica Coolmore Prix Saint-Alary (Gr1), a good finisher, and a brave Daisy Maisy (Wootton Basset), sixth in the Prix de Diane Longines (Gr1), had to settle for the placings, providing some depth to that form. Tariyana (Sea The Stars) takes the Aga Khan colours to shine again in a race ten years after Risasiyna (Motivator). The homebred has a pedigree focused on longer distances as a filly by Sea The Stars (Cape Cross) out of Taniya, winner of the Prix Fille de l’Air (Gr3) by High Chaparral and a Rainbow Quest dam. Epsom Derby or Coronation Cup winners are all over the place!

Her sister Taniyala (Dansili) was sold to Crispin de Moubray for 45,000 euros at the breeding sale in December 2021.