Invasor (horse)

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Invasor (foaled August 3, 2002) is a Thoroughbred racehorse bred in Argentina by Haras Clausan. The winner of the 2005 Triple Crown in Uruguay, he was later purchased by Sheik Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum who paid approximately USD 1.4 million for the horse. His two biggest wins were the 2006 Breeders' Cup Classic, in which he defeated heavily favored Bernardini and highly fancied Lava Man, and the 2007 Dubai World Cup, the world's richest horse race. He finished racing with a record of 11-0-0 in twelve starts and career earnings of $7,804,070. He was voted the Eclipse Award for American Horse of the Year and led the year-end World Thoroughbred Racehorse Rankings in 2006.

Beginnings

A bay stallion with a small white star, Invasor was foaled in Argentina, sired by the famous Candy Stripes out of Quendom by Interprete. Candy Stripes was also the sire of such notable horses as Criollito, Different, Leroidesanimaux, Lundy's Liability, Sweetest Thing, and Victory Stripes. Invasor was bought as a two-year-old by brothers, Juan Luis and Luis Alberto Vio Bado, and Pablo Hernandez, three Uruguayans who brought him to Uruguay.

Pablo Hernandez remembers the day he and the two brothers first saw Invasor. Their friend, Miguel Ezcurra, from Bullrich Auctioneers, took them by car to visit some smaller farms near Buenos Aires. After having seen some 80 colt and fillies at several farms, they went to Clausan Farm in Areco, a province of Buenos...
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