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Listed winner Intellect (Fr) (Intello {Ger}) has been sold and left French shores for America on May 22, the Jour de Galop reported on Thursday. The deal was brokered by Hubert Guy.

The 3-year-old colt, bred by Ecurie Michel Sardou, has never been worse than fourth in nine starts for Sophie, Antonia, and trainer Henri-Francois Devin. A three-time winner from six to seven furlongs, he landed the Listed Prix du Pont Neuf in front-running fashion over the latter distance at ParisLongchamp on Apr. 25.

Out of winning Iffraaj (GB) mare Caldera (Ire), the bay was offered by Haras du Quesnay at the Arqana December Breeding Stock Sale, and made €20,000 as a foal on the bid of AGB Agency and Henri-Francois Devin. His third dam is the G2 Prix de l’Opera heroine Clodora (Fr) (Linamix {Fr}), herself the dam of G1 Poule d’Essai des Poulains hero and sire Clodovil (Ire) (Danehill). Thursday’s G3 Prix Hocquart victor Calandagan (Ire) (Gleneagles {Ire}) is also a great grandson of Clodora.

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