DA ADIOS wins award as WAHO 2008 Horse of the Year Criteria for selection is based on an unrivaled level of outstanding achievement and contribution to the Arabian community, both within its country of origin and around the globe. DA ADIOS stands as one of the premier stallions at Cre Run. Read more here.
Nivour De Cardonne proving himself well as a sire.
Later Ala Gatour by Nivour De Cardonne just placed second in the Betsy Ross Arabian Distaff - only her 2nd out (she won her first out!). The Nivour babies did very well this big stakes weekend with Dixies Valentyne winning and Later Ala Gatour coming 2nd. Also in the Liberty Bell Stakes, Nivourgonnatouchthis was 2nd to Theoretically.
Cre Run sponsored The DA Adios Handicap Stakes, a 6 furlong challenge at Huntingdon Racecourse, England for purebred Arabians 4 years old and up.
The winner was PLUS, bred in France by HH Sheik Mohammed Al Maktoum. PLUS is 9 year old bay mare, by Djouras Tu (France) x Sherrie Noreen (USA). She is owned by The BXPS Racing Partnership, trained by Mr. D.J. Paton, and ridden by jockey Fred Offord. PLUS is obviously a mare of great heart and trust, running with only partial vision. She suffered an injury several years ago losing an eye. BXPS Partnership received a breeding to DA ADIOS as an extra prize for the win in this race. BXPS is the Hampshire based Arabian horse racing team that competes nationally at most events within the UK. David Paton founded the partnership of local owners and owner-riders and is an ARO Licensed Trainer. Photo below, PLUS cut through the pack in the final half furlong and snatched a win over Egypt, second, and The Way To Go, third.
Finest Our breaks her maiden at Delaware Park Finest Our by Nivour De Cardonne drew off to find the winners circle in a $9,500 Maiden Special Weight on May 26. This was only her second race in her lifetime. She placed 2nd in her first out.
Finest Hour's day at the races. Move your mouse over photos to control scrolling.
CreRun horses begin the Delaware meet with a blast-off GIMME A BREAK wins Delaware Season Opener Stake! CreRun’s Heir Expresss and Crownn Royal also won their first races of the season at Delaware Park. Congratulations to all the connections!
Crownn Royal- from Paddock to Winner's Circle:
Heir Expresss - victory and returning to Winner's Circle:
Gimme A Break - before the race, and victory:
CreRun horses head for Morrocco Four mares bred to DA ADIOS left for Morocco in January, and eight more mares (7 bred to DA ADIOS and 1 to NIVOUR DE CARDONNE) are scheduled to leave for Morocco as soon as they are checked in foal. Read news story.
GIMME A BREAK honored as Darley Sprinter of the Year Congratulations to Darley Award winning GIMME A BREAK. Read news story.
DAHESS joins the elite stallion roster at CreRun CreRun is proud to represent and introduce to the U.S. the famous DAHESS. His race record overseas of 5/41(28-7-3) with 13 graded stakes wins and $1,432,292USD equivalent in earnings earned him the spot as all time leading Arabian racehorse in history. See DAHESS.
Mares Available for Lease CreRun invites you to an opportunity to produce your own outstanding foals with one of the mares in our leasing program. The mare of your choice will be bred to the CreRun stallions of your choice. See the Mares for Lease.
DA ADIOS semen avaliable in Poland and Europe DA ADIOS is now readily available to fulfill demand outside the U.S. thanks to Longin Blachut (Poland representative) and Val Bunting (Europe representative.) For more info and breeding information for the 5 time Darley Winner and two-time horse of the year, see DA ADIOS.
OUR MACHINE reels in the Darley Our Machine (by NIVOUR DE CARDONNE ), bred by Alan Kirshner and Deborah Mihaloff of Cre Run, is awarded Darley Champion 3-Year-Old Colt for his excellent 2007 performance. His record boasts wins in the Liberty Bell S., Alec Courtelis Juvenile (G2) and Arabian Cup Juvenile (G1). Racing exclusively at Delaware Park, Our Machine finished the season with 5 wins in 7 starts and almost $60,000 in earnings.