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Two-tine North American Breeders Crown Champion joins HDT Stallion Roster

Updated: May 2, 2023

Haras des Trotteurs will stand a two-time North American Breeders Crown champion this year.


Danish-bred world champion Ecurie D will be available to Australian breeders on the back of his first stud season in the United States.


Ecurie offers the best North American and European trotting bloodlines.


He retired from racing as a six-year-old at the end of last year with a record of 21 wins from 31 starts for $1.655m in earnings and career-best 1:49.1.


Ecurie D is by Pine Chip US stallion Infinitif, which is out of Coktail Jet mare Island Dream - the dam of French-bred mare Dream island, which won two off three starts in Australia and is now at stud at Yabby Dam Farms.


He is out of Muscles Yankee mare To Soon, which is out of Love You mare See You Soon.

Ecurie D debuted as a three-year-old, winning his first 11 starts and running a world record for three-year-old trotters of 1:12.2 over 1640m.


He went to the US as a five-year-old, where he had two starts for two wins including the 2021 Breeders Crown Open Trot at Meadowlands.


In his last season of racing Ecurie D won a second Breeders Crown Open Trot and equalled a world record by running 1:49.1 in the Arthur Cutler Memorial at The Meadowlands.


On the announcement of his retirement to stud, his owns stated in a press release: “Blessed with superb size, striking conformation, a beautiful head and a powerful gait, Ecurie D is a product of the combination of the finest American and French blood the trotting sport has to offer.”


Ecurie D joins another Breeders Crown winner, On A Streak to the Haras des Trotteurs stallion roster.


The Australian-based On A Streak will stand his second season at stud this year.


Ecurie D will be available to Australia & New Zealand breeders - Frozen Semen.

Expression of Interested: louise@harasdestrotteurs.com.au







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