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Menari retired after reoccurring injury

Steve Bennett in News 13 May 2019
  • Menari retired (again)
Menari (PA Images)

Promising three-year-old Menari has succumbed to a recurring suspensory injury and has been retired.

The well-bred son of Snitzel (out of a General Nediym mare) was showing signs of a big future with wins in the Listed Rosebud and then the Group Two Run To The Rose.

The Gerald Ryan-trained colt then lined up in the Group One Golden Rose and after finishing third behind stablemate Trapeze Artist, was found to have been suffering from breathing issues and underwent surgery on his throat.

He then suffered a leg injury in his preparation for a tilt at The Everest and was retired to Newgate Farm for stud duties.

However, in his first year, he only managed to sire 20 foals and the decision to return him to the track was made.

Unfortunately, he has suffered a reoccurrence of the suspensory injury to his leg and it has seen him retired from racing.


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