Three Mares Masar Could Join Up With At Stud

Annie Power

The first mare that we believe could be a good match to make a sensational race horse, whether this one would be over the jumps or over a marathon trip on the flat we would have to wait and see but the amazing hurdler Annie Power has to be in Godolphin's plans to mate with Masar.

Annie Power was a special national hunt horse for the Cheltenham festival hall of fame trainer Willie Mullins winning some major accolades during her time including Mares Hurdle, Mares Champion Hurdle and the first mare in 22 years to win the Champion Hurdle at Prestbury Park.

Annie Power was very famous for saving the bookies fortunes when falling at the last in the Mares Hurdle at the Cheltenham festival in 2015 but overall in her career she was arguably one of the greatest mares hurdlers of her generation winning 15 of her 17 competitive races.

Also in her major honours she won the Punchestown Mares and Champion Hurdle, Aintree Hurdle and Ascot Coral Hurdle and even though her career has been over jumps with Masar's stamina of 1 mile 4f they could certainly turn out a top class two miler.


The horse that needs no introduction but we still will is Enable and this outstanding mare has to be one of the greatest flat horses of the last three years over middle distances but this does look to be her last year.

Connections weren't sure whether to race her for another year after she came back from injury last season and stole the show taking back to back Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe's after only having one prep run on the all weather.

She is a class apart winning eight Group 1s in her career across three different countries, not only beating the same sex horses but also the boys and that is what makes her one to watch as a dam.

Godolphin will be looking to create a Derby horse out of Masar and with Enable running around a similar distance this could make things very interesting and certainly a prospect to watch out for if they ever do decide to mate.


The final mare we believe would be a surprising but perfect match with the 2018 Derby winner is one of the greatest horses to ever grace a race-tack in Winx.

Between May 2015 and her retirement in April 2019, she went on to win 33 consecutive competitive races with 25 of them being Group 1 races which is a record breaking amount that we believe will not be beaten.

With Winx in Australia and Masar most likely to be kept in Britain it would have to take some serious negotiations to see them both mate, but we can all dream and if it was to ever happen that would be an off spring to certainly keep an eye on.