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One of the outsiders for Sunday’s G1 Prix Ganay at ParisLongchamp, Odette Fau’s Haya Zark (Fr) (Zarak {Fr}–Haya City {Fr}, by Elusive City) proved toughest where it mattered to register a career-best at 19-1 under Alexis Pouchin.

Last seen recording back-to-back wins in Saint-Cloud’s G3 Prix Exbury in March, the homebred who had also garnered this track’s 12-furlong G3 Prix d’Hedouville last May was kept close to the early pace before being launched passing two out. Game and genuine to the line, the Adrien Fouassier-trained 5-year-old got there a head in front of The Aga Khan’s Zarir (Ire) (Frankel {GB}), with a neck back to last year’s G1 Grand Prix de Paris hero Feed The Flame (GB) (Kingman {GB}).

 

Haya Zark takes the Prix Ganay (G1)!

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— IFHA’s Longines World’s Best Racehorse Rankings (@worldsbesthorse) April 28, 2024

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