Querari To Stand at Maine Chance

Gestut Fahrhof’s 2010 G1 Premio Presidente della Repubblica winner Querari (Oasis Dream – Quetena by Acatenango) has been retired from racing and will stand at Dr Andreas Jacobs’ Maine Chance Farm.

Victorious on debut as a juvenile, he garnered the 2009 G3 Euro-Cup at Frankfurt, and registered his biggest career victory at Rome last May. He retires with a career record of 14-5-3-0.

Querari is out of the Listed-placed Acatenango mare Quetena; Acatenango is the damsire of this yea’s GI Kentucky Derby hero Animal Kingdom (Leroidesanimaux) and G1 Deutsches Derby victor Waldpark (Dubawi). The second dam is the Classic-winning champion Quebrada (Devil’s Bag).

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