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Haras d’Etreham resident Persian King (Ire) (Kingman {GB}) became Europe’s latest first-crop sire to get off the mark when his Joel Boisnard-trained daughter Out Of Africa (Fr) annexed Monday’s €23,000 Prix Toyota, a 6 1/2-furlong newcomers’ event, at Craon.

Breaking smartly to race in a prominent second through the early fractions, the 19-5 favourite was stoked up to gain control with 350 metres remaining and bounded clear under minimal urging inside the final furlong to easily account for Eklairdegeny (Fr) (City Light {Fr}) by three lengths.

First 2yo winner by #PersianKing

OUT OF AFRICA wins brilliantly by 3 lengths on debut in the Prix Toyota over 1300m at Craon today!
Congratulations to everyone involved

— Haras d’Etreham (@Haras_d_Etreham) June 10, 2024

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