Un De Sceaux leaves Willie Mullins’ court for a new life in France

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Multiple prosecutor De One Un Sceaux left Willie Mullins’ court for the last time on Monday.

The huge 12-year-old popular retired in February after a ligament problem was discovered following work in preparation for champion queen mother Chase at the Cheltenham Festival.

He finished outside the first two just once out of 21 fenced-in races – the majority of which were in first-year business – and ended his career winning 23 of 34 races according to the rules and more than 1.5 million. of price books.

He has participated in five Cheltenham festivals, winning the Arkle in 2015 and the Ryanair in 2017.

Mullins tweeted, “Un De Sceaux is leaving us today for his new life in France. A horse with a remarkable attitude and a desire to win like no other, he will be greatly missed in the yard. “

Saluting his office on the day of his retirement announcement, Mullins said, “You can’t replace horses like him – it’s impossible. He was a unique horse in life and we were very lucky to have him. “

When he retired in late February, Mullins said, “Until the end, he was trying to pretend to be a four-year-old boy.

“He worked very well yesterday morning, but you could tell by drawing that he was not right, and it was confirmed this morning that he had a ligament injury. “

Un De Sceaux has been one of the brightest stars in the Mullins stable since his arrival in France seven years ago.

The Irish coach champion added: “He has been a huge star in our court and he will be greatly missed.

“You cannot replace horses like him – it is impossible. He was a unique horse in life and we were very lucky to have him.

“It was amazing how solid he was, because he was so hard on himself and every day he gave the best of himself in racing and training. He had a huge audience. “

Un De Sceaux ends his career after winning 23 of 34 races according to the rules and more than £ 1,500,000 in prizes.

He has participated in five Cheltenham festivals, winning the Arkle in 2015 and the Ryanair in 2017.



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