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Arazi Enjoys Retired Life in Australia

Former Three Chimneys stallion Arazi is living out his first full year as a pensioner at Mike Becker's Independent Stallions in Victoria, Australia, Three Chimneys reported July 27.

"He's in great form, very bright and active," Becker said of the champion son of Blushing Groom. "He's cheeky, yet loves attention and is quite the character. He has a penchant for apples and will sniff through your pockets until he finds them and makes his displeasure known if you forget them. "

Arazi has been a globetrotter from day one. Bred in Kentucky by Ralph C. Wilson Jr. out of the Northern Dancer mare Danseur Fabuleux, he began his racing career in France, winning six of seven races before coming back to the U.S. and winning the 1991 Breeders' Cup Juvenile (gr. I) by five lengths for Allen Paulson and Sheikh Mohammed al Maktoum. 

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It's nice to hear that his owners have given a nice retirement after a successful racing and stud career

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