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Dancing Forever to stand at Hazara Stud
Seven-year-old Dancing Forever (Rahy), winner of the Gr.1 Manhattan Handicap and third in the Gr.1 Breeders` Cup Turf behind Conduit and Eagle Mountain, has been bought to stand in India and is one of the most significant purchases by an Indian breeder this year.

Nirmal Singh, who owns Hazara Stud Farm and is a former minister in the Haryana Government, has invested in a big way to make an impact on Indian breeding and Dancing Forever will soon join Rebuttal at Hazara. Apart from buying significantly at last year`s Goffs Mares Sale, the acquisition of Dancing Forever is a major step in boosting the fortunes of the stud.
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The Hazara Stud Farm, which is located in Haryana on the banks of river Yamuna, has been getting plenty of attention both for its idyllic location, as well as for the valuable mares purchased from abroad.

Leading Indian trainer Padmanabhan, who also owns Radiant Bloodstock, was responsible for the purchase along with Dr John Weld. The fact that he is from the Blushing Groom male line is one of the principal reasons why Dancing Forever is considered a hot purchase for India, where racing is held only on grass and in firm going. A daughter of Rahy, Rahy`s Serenade, who was bought for a mere $8,000 from Keeneland, has been an outstanding success in India, having foaled Allies Serenade (Allied Forces), her first local foal, who went on to win the Gr.1 Mysore Derby. Apart from Allies Serenade, the mare has consistently thrown high-quality performers, including Diego Rivera, who is a multiple Group winner with victories in the Gr.1 Super Mile. This year`s hot Indian Derby contender, Onassis (Glory of Dancer) is also out of Rahy`s Serenade.

Noverre, another Rahy stallion, is currently standing at Sohna Stud Farm, which is also located in Haryana. Noverre is expected to make a big impact, considering the fact that Sohna has some top class mares acquired over a period of time from Goffs. He is also the sire of last year`s Gr.1 Prix du Jockey-Club winner Le Havre, who is standing his first season at stud this spring.