Bahram (horse)

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Bahram (1932-1956) was an Irish-bred Thoroughbred racehorse who went undefeated in his racing career and won the 1935 U.K. Triple Crown.


He was foaled at the HH Aga Khan III's stud farm on The Curragh, Ireland. Bahram was by the St. Leger Stakes winner, Swynford. His dam, Friar’s Daughter was inbred to St. Simon in the third and fourth generations. Friar’s Daughter won one small race, but was a good broodmare who produced 11 winners of over £58,000.Pryor, Peter, The Classic Connection, Cortney Publications, Luton, 1979 Bahram was 16.2 hands high, with a good temperament, and described by equine experts as having flawless conformation.

Racing record

Bahram was trained by Frank Butters for his breeder, at Newmarket, Suffolk in England.

He won the National Breeder's Produce Stakes, Rous Memorial Stakes, Gimcrack Stakes, Boscawen, and Middle Park Stakes as a two-year-old. As a three-year-old Bahram won the Triple Crown as well as the prestigious St. James's Palace Stakes.

Stud record

At the end of the 1935 racing season Bahram was retired to Egerton Stud in Newmarket where he stood at a service fee of 500 guineas per mare. With...
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