Delta Dancer 17 filly at 3 days old by Captain of All

Awesomeness bred in The Alado Project wins first time out with Anton Marcus

Megaspiel by Singspiel shows off her War Command filly

SecretPlan wins for Hintlesham Racing

David concentrating on the auctioneer

Hintlesham Racing Team on course with a win

I Have no Time by Refuse to Bend double Gr1 winner and Kazakhstan Champion bought by AllanBloodlines

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David at the Launch of Fencing Master

 

 

Silk Road wins his second in two starts

 

Dazz Al dazzles for the second time

 

Silk Road's second win in two starts

Free as a Bird very perky after winning - see article for connections

Whale Cove wins for Owner Breeder Trainer Vaughan Marshall at Kenilworth and for her sire Alado

         

Yearling colt by Doctor Dino ex Desarmante sold at Osarus, Bordeaux for €42,000

Archina - by Arch out of Cross Your Fingers by Woodman - first purchased in utero by Allan for a client - then purchased at 2012 July Sales by Allan again as a winning 3 year old

 

 

David with Salonga after she won for Hintlesham Thoroughbreds at 3

 

Cross Your Fingers, dam of May '12 winner Archina, shortly after purchase by Allan Bloodlines at Keeneland

 

ELUSIVE FORT enjoying nhis paddock at Arc En Ciel

Tiger Dance

 

 

Maltese Falcon wins a 1600m maiden at Kenilworth in Hintlesham Racing colours

 

 

Tiger Dance filly 2010 ex Selika

 

 

Trainer Vaughan Marshall leads in the victorious Northern Conquest

 

Dazz Al holds off Aljawhara

 

 

 

 

 

 

THE LACEWORK KID wins at Kenilworth

 

 

 

Straight Bat Racing enjoys a winner

 

 

Great support for Vasco, a popular winner

 

 

Imperial Dice

 

 

Titus Two 2yo c wins for Hintlesham Thoroughbreds

 

 

 

 

Seven Veils Wins the Grand West Casino Handicap on J&B Met Day 30 the January 2010

 

Lanehaya's 2010 colt foal by the exiled but successful One Cool Cat at 2 months

 

Kimigaio bonds with her owner

 

Fly American led into the winners circle by members of Straight Bat Racing after an impressive victory in 1200m maiden at Kenilworth

 

Sunnydale and new National Emblem filly foal

 

First foal this season in South Africa Colt by Captain Al out of Random Call

 

FATHOM FIVE dashes home at the Epsom Spring Meeting April 2009

 

Titus Alone romps home at Kenilworth

 

Titus on a roll in Cape Town

 

Miss Kool Kat wins at Kenilworth carrying a foal

 

Cwm Rhondda winning one of her three at Yarmouth




SHAHRASTANI PUT DOWN AT THE AGE OF 28


Text of the Press Release


5th Dec 2011

6th December 2011
DOUBLE DERBY WINNER SHAHRASTANI PUT DOWN AT 28

Allan Bloodlines announces that Epsom and Irish Derby winner SHAHRASTANI (USA) (chestnut 1983 Nijinsky – Shademah by Thatch) was put down yesterday at Walton Fields Stud in Leicestershire as a result of accumulating infirmities of age.

After winning the Mecca-Dante (Gr.2), SHAHRASTANI won the 1986 Ever-Ready Derby Gr.1 at Epsom for HH The Aga Khan, Michael Stoute and Walter Swinburn timing his run for home perfectly to hold off the late challenge of DANCING BRAVE. Considered by some to have been lucky because of the ride on DANCING BRAVE, SHAHRASTANI was nevertheless the Derby Winner and went on to win the Budweiser Irish Derby by a crushing 8 lengths. He started favoured to defeat DANCING BRAVE again in the King George but was off colour. DANCING BRAVE established himself as one of the greatest post war racehorses at Ascot and in one of the best of all horse races, the 1986 Arc in which SHAHRASTANI finished a valiant 4th in amongst BERING, TRYPTICH, SHARDARI, ACATENANGO and SAINT ESTEPHE.

Syndicated at 3 to Kentucky, SHAHRASTANI was only modestly successful, faring better when standing in Ireland and siring some of his 13 black type winners. Sold to Japan in the mid 90s, he was repatriated after a Hokkaido visit by David Allan with the help of Kerr & Co’s Bert Kerr. In a partnership between Allan and Islanmore Stud, SHAHRASTANI covered over 200 mares in Co. Limerick in three seasons, mostly National Hunt where he had considerable success with Aga Khan breds moved on for jumping.

Transferred to cover in England, SHAHRASTANI became a much-loved talisman for Allan and for Walton Fields where he has lived since retiring a few years ago, popping up as a broodmare sire including Gr.1 winners ALAMSHAR adn CARADAK. “He was a kind horse but easily wound up needing expert handling,” commented Allan. “Wayne Hutchinson has been brilliant with him at work and in retirement and it has been such a pleasure to have been associated for fourteen years with this special racehorse”.