Roi Dagobert

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Roi Dagobert (FR)
SireSicambre (FR)
GrandsirePrince Bio (FR)
DamDame d'Atour (FR)
DamsireCranach (FR)
Record8: 4-3-0
Major wins
Prix Lupin (1967)
Prix Greffulhe (1967)
Prix Noailles (1967)
Last updated on 31 October 2010

Roi Dagobert (FR) (foaled 16.2.1964) was a Thoroughbred racehorse (dkb/br.), by Sicambre (FR) out of Dame d'Atour (FR) (unraced).[1][2] He was a champion three-year-old in France in 1967.[3]

Racing career[edit]

From eight starts he won four races, including the Prix Lupin (2100 m), the Prix Greffulhe (ridden by Yves Saint-Martin) (2100 m) and the Prix Noailles (then 2200 m), all at Longchamp. He was placed three times, including second in the Critérium de Saint-Cloud at Saint-Cloud and third in the Prix Ganay at Longchamp. His career total earnings were FF1,208,254.[4]

Stud record[edit]

Roi Dagobert stood at stud in the US from 1969 to 1973, in France from 1974 to 1985 and in Germany from 1986 to ?.[5]

He sired On The Sly (USA) (1973), winner of 14 races including the Lou Smith Memorial Handicap, Rosemont Stakes, Jockey Club Gold Cup (Group 1), Hawthorne Gold Cup Handicap (Group 2).-G2, Whirlaway Handicap, Donald P. Ross Handicap (Group 2) and Grey Lag Handicap (Group 2);[6] and Abary (DE) (1980), winner of the Grosser Preis von Berlin (Group 1 - twice), Großer Preis der Badischen Wirtschaft (Group 2 - twice)[7]

He was broodmare sire of Made of Gold (USA)(1989), winner of the Royal Lodge Stakes (Group 2) and second in the Prix de la Salamandre (Group 1)[8]


  1. ^ "Roi Dagobert Horse Pedigree". Retrieved 2011-12-10.
  2. ^ "Dame Datour Thoroughbred". Retrieved 2011-12-10.
  3. ^ "Roi Dagobert Horse Pedigree". Retrieved 2011-12-10.
  4. ^ "Roi Dagobert Horse Pedigree". Retrieved 2011-12-10.
  5. ^ "Roi Dagobert Horse Pedigree". Retrieved 2011-12-10.
  6. ^ "On The Sly Horse Pedigree". Retrieved 2011-12-10.
  7. ^ "Abary Thoroughbred". 1980-04-26. Retrieved 2011-12-10.
  8. ^ "Made of Gold Horse Pedigree". Retrieved 2011-12-10.

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