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Injured Pour Moi Retired

Sadly, Andre Fabre's "best I've ever had" colt, Pour Moi, seriously injured his near-fore fetlock and was retired to Coolmore stud for the 2012 breeding season.

It was a bitter disappointment for his trainer, jockey Mikael Barzalona and his Coolmore owners who felt he had every chance to win the Arc de Triomphe.  He was favourite. 


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