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jeudi 6 octobre 2016

Interview: Harriet Loder (Loderi Racing)

Interview : Harriet Loder (LODERI RACING    

1   1)   How did you arrive in the microcosm of horse racing? Have you done studies related to horse racing?

I always enjoyed horses, primarily showjumping, but my uncle is breeding racehorses in Ireland very successfully and he influenced me to become more involved with thoroughbred horse racing.
I did a course in breeding management in Kentucky USA, and then went on to complete the well known Irish National Stud Course.

      2)    Where is currently based Loderi Racing?

Loderi Racing is based in Newmarket, UK.

      3)   What are the different activities of Loderi Racing?

Loderi is breeding Thorougbreds and also retains some for racing. We also run the stud commercially therefore we take mares for boarding.

4    4)    Your silks is currently shining in "quinté " with Haftohaf trained by John Hammond, how many horses does Loderi Racing own? In which countries? At what trainers?

Haftohaf in training

We currently have horses in training in France with John Hammond & François Rohaut & UK with Andrew Balding (in the past also in Germany).

5    5)    Could you make a quick stable tour ?

I just tell you few only or the list is too long!


NOTA BENE by Slickly - winner in France (sister of NOW WE CAN, by Nicolas Clément)

PIPERS ASH by Royal Academy, immediate family of Sole Power (the mother of HAFTOHAF)

DANIELA GRASSI by Bound For Honour
Dam of LIBANO (lwinner of Italian 2000 guineas) & dam of SLAPPER (listed winner & 3rd in the Italian 2000 guineas)

DARAKSHAANA by Barathea (from the family of Darara/Dar Re Mi/ Rewilding


I keep this year 3 fillies (the colts and some fillies this year I'll sell)

-Filly by Gregorian ex. Super Tassa (Super Tassa was champion older mare, winning the Gr.1 Yorkshire oaks, as well as other group races, sadly she died foaling this foal)

-Filly by Gregorian ex. Daniela Grassi

-Filly by Poets Voice Ex. Nota Bene

6    6)    Your hopes in the coming months?

I hope that the horses I have in training have a good chance. And also it's very important that the horses in the sales sell well and to good owners/trainers.

7    7)    For the future, what's your goal for Loderi racing?

To be a successful owner breeder..... Of course we all dream to win Group.1s!! :)

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Thanks to Harriet Loder for her answers!

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