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A Century of Excellence, Part II 2010-06-06

HH the Aga Khan IV with Zeddaan | Getty Images
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www.thoroughbreddailynews.com/ TDN Europe

One hundred years after the Aga Khan III made his first purchase at the Tattersalls July Sale, the bloodstock empire he built, and which has been carefully cultivated by his grandson, HH the Aga Khan IV, continues to thrive. Following Tuesday's first instalment of the early years of the Aga Khan Studs, the second part sees the baton pass in sad circumstances, heralding a major restructuring of the operation. The text is reproduced by kind permission from the Aga Khan Studs' centenary brochure, written by Emma Berry and John Berry.

His Highness the Aga Khan seen with Zeddan

His Highness the Aga Khan seen with Zeddan

HH the Aga Khan IV with Zeddaan | Getty Images

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Aga Khan's classy stayer Vazirabad the newest ambassador for French retraining of racehorses charity 2021-08-24

Champion stayer Vazirabad is the latest ambassador for Au-Dela des Pistes, France's racehorse retraining programme Zuzanna LUPA
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racingpost.com

The Group 1 action at Deauville came to an end on Sunday with the twin highlights of the Morny and the Jean Romanet, but French racing's summer by the sea has at least one more gift to deliver in the shape of Saturday's Racehorse Retraining day.

It is fair to say France was a little late to the party when it came to a unified approach to aftercare, retirement planning and linking up with what is a voracious appetite in the wider equestrian population for sourcing horses once their first career is over.

2021-06-20-chantilly Prix de Diane Longines

2021-06-20-chantilly Prix de Diane Longines

Hazar Imam at Chantilly today for the 2021 Prix de Diane Longines Sunday June 20, 2021

Hazar Imam attends the 2021 Prix du Jockey Club at Chantilly

Hazar Imam attends the 2021 Prix du Jockey Club at Chantilly

Hazar Imam at Chantilly today for the 2021 Qatar Prix du Jockey. His horse Saiyadabad & Makaloun participated in the races. Saiydabad’s regular partner Christophe Soumillon has chosen to take the ride on fellow Aga Khan owned/bred Makaloun.

Hazar Imam attended the Prix du Jockey event at the Hippodrome at Chantilly 1973-06-04

Hazar Imam with Begum Salimah at Chantilly for the Prix du Jockey Club, le 4 juin 1973
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Karim Aga Khan et La Bégum Salimah Aga Khan à l'occasion du Prix du Jockey Club, le 4 juin 1973 à l'hippodrome de Chantilly, France. (Photo by Jean Claude FRANCOLON/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)

Chantilly Chateau

Chantilly Chateau

Prince Karim Aga Khan, president of the Foundation for the preservation and development of the Chantilly estate on June 22, 2012 in Chantilly, France. (Photo by Philippe Petit/Paris Match via Getty Images)

The quiet revolutionary 1991-08-18

H.H. The Aga Khan IV
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The (Manchester) Guardian Weekly, August 18, 1991

The quiet revolutionary
By Akbar S. Ahmed
The (Manchester) Guardian Weekly, August 18, 1991
Picture caption: The Aga Khan: paradox

Simeen Scores in Prix de la Pistole at Chantilly 2020-05-13

ga Khas Studs Tweeted - Simeen came from last to first to win the Prix de la Pistole on seasonal debut today. She remains unbeat
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Lope de Vega filly is now second favorite for the French One Thousand Guineas (G1).

he Aga Khan's Simeen is now just 5-1 for the Poule d'Essai des Pouliches (French One Thousand Guineas, G1) with Coral and Betfair after getting up under a hand ride from Christophe Soumillon in the Prix de la Pistole at Chantilly on May 13.

The daughter of Lope de Vega is now 3-for-3, and trainer Jean-Claude Rouget believes she has a big future, even though she has yet to contest a pattern race.

A rare interview with the Aga Khan on poverty, climate change, and demystifying Islam 2017-07-11

His Highness the Aga Khan IV. The media-shy spiritual leader, now in his 60th year as Aga Khan.
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QUARTZ qz.com

His Highness Prince Karim, the Aga Khan, is many things.

“Virtually a one-man state,” as Vanity Fair once put it, he’s the spiritual leader of the world’s 15 million Shia Ismaili Muslims and a unique embodiment of the potential for East blending with West. He inherited from his Indian-born grandfather a dynasty that spans the Muslim world, but he is a British citizen, born in Switzerland, raised in Kenya, educated at Harvard, and lives in a French chateau.

Aga Khan puts the fate of France’s Château de Chantilly in doubt 2020-01-17

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The Sunday Times, UK

One of France’s most renowned châteaux is facing an uncertain future after the Aga Khan announced the dissolution of the organisation he created to save it from ruin.

The spiritual leader of the world’s 15 million Ismaili Shia Muslims said he would wind up the foundation which has restored the Château de Chantilly, about 30 miles northeast of Paris, five years earlier than scheduled.

Interview with Paul Chutkow - THE AGA KHAN'S VISION 1983-09-01

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ismaili.net

THE AGA KHAN'S VISION - To him, architecture is not the mother of the arts; it is the mother of civilization

Princess Zahra attends the 2019 QIPCCO Prix du Jockey at Chantilly 2019-06-02

Princess Zahra at the Qipcco Prix du Jockey 2019-06-02
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racingpost.com

2019, June 2: Princess Zahra was at the Prix du Jokey Club in Paris at Chantilly racetracks. Horses owned and bred by His Highness the Aga Khan and Princess Zahra Aga Khan have won 38 races in 2019

From: The Racing Post
Zarkallani was the surprise name to feature among 15 colts declared for Sunday's Qipco Prix du Jockey Club at Chantilly having broken his maiden just seven days prior to the Classic.

Princess Zahra at the Qipcco Prix du Jockey, Chantilly 2019-06-02

Princess Zahra at the Qipcco Prix du Jockey, Chantilly  2019-06-02

Princess Zahra attended the Qipcco Prix du Jockey - also known as the French Derby - at Chantilly. Zallakhani with jockey Christophe Soumillon represented the Aga Khan's colours

Restoration drama: visiting Château de Chantilly thanks in large part to the Aga Khan 2019-05-28

The Château de Chantilly JÉRÔME HOUYVET
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www.thetimes.co.uk

France’s finest princely apartments at the Château de Chantilly are open to the public for the first time, thanks in large part to the Aga Khan

Darsi

Darsi

Jockey Christopher Soumillon and Darsi pose with H.H. The Aga Khan right, after they won the Prix du Jockey Club at Chantilly racetrack, north of Paris, Sunday June 4, 2006

Hazar Imam

Hazar Imam

Hazar Imam in His Chantilly office 1994

birthday

birthday

Hazar Imam celebrates His 80th Birthday at Aiglemont with His family 2016-12-13

Hazar Imam with Princess Zahra at the Prix de Diane in Chantilly 2018-06-17

Hazar Imam with Princess Zahra at the Prix de Diane in Chantilly  2018-06-17

His Highness the Aga Khan with his daughter Princess Zahra attending the Prix de Diane in Chantilly, France 2018-06-17


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