Shergar. Der Hengst Shergar wurde geboren und gehörte dem Aga Khan. Von Fachleuten wurde Shergar als eines der besten Rennpferde aller Zeiten. Der Film beruht auf der Geschichte von Shergar, einem irischen Rennpferd. Der Hengst wurde geboren und gewann das Shergar war ein in Irland gezüchtetes, in Großbritannien ausgebildetes Vollblut-Rennpferd. Nach einer sehr erfolgreichen Saison wurde er in das Ballymany-Gestüt in der Grafschaft Kildare, Irland.
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Man hört, dass man beispielsweise im Iran lange sehr nach diesem Blut gesucht hat. Ohne die Entführung hätte der unvergessene Hengst nach ihm ist ein traditionsreicher Vergleichskampf der Jockeys in Ascot benannt — der Shergar Cup im Jahr übrigens 55 Stuten decken sollen.
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Holding him at gunpoint, the thugs demanded Fitzgerald take them to Shergar and lead the horse into a stolen trailer. Forced to obey, Fitzgerald later recounted that the bad guys said they wanted a hefty ransom for the horse.
The thugs then drove Fitzgerald into the middle of nowhere, dropped him off, and forced him to walk home without turning around. Upon returning home, Fitzgerald called the stud manager.
Reporters were called as well which caused a media storm in the horse-loving Ireland. The Irish government immediately suspected the IRA and wrought havoc on the organization.
They raided known IRA hangouts and stables, looking for Shergar and leaving no stone unturned. Multiple investigations sprang up at the same time, leading to competing law enforcement authorities working the case and not adequately sharing leads and information.
In Shergar's final race of the year he came in fourth, and the Aga Khan took the decision to retire him to stud in Ireland.
Retaining six shares, he created an owners' syndicate with the remaining thirty-four members. Shergar was stolen from the Aga Khan's stud farm by an armed gang on 8 February Negotiations were conducted with the thieves, but the gang broke off all communication after four days when the syndicate did not accept as true the proof provided that the horse was still alive.
He said that very soon after the theft, Shergar had panicked and damaged his leg, which led to him being killed by the gang. An investigation by The Sunday Telegraph concluded that the horse was shot four days after the theft.
No arrests have ever been made in relation to the theft. Shergar's body has never been recovered or identified; it is likely that the body was buried near Aughnasheelin, near Ballinamore , County Leitrim.
In honour of Shergar, the Shergar Cup was inaugurated in His story has been made into two screen dramatisations, several books and two documentaries.
Shergar was a Thoroughbred bay colt with a white blaze , four white socks and a wall blue eye. In the Aga Khan—the leader of Nizari Ismailism , philanthropist and horse owner   —announced he would send some of his yearlings for training in England.
For a trainer, he chose Michael Stoute , who was based at Newmarket , Suffolk. According to Stoute and Ghislain Drion—the manager of the Aga Khan's Irish studs—Shergar was easy to break , and had a good temperament.
He responded very well to training, particularly in September , when the jockey Lester Piggott rode him in the run-up to Shergar's debut race.
The race was open to two-year-old colts and geldings over a 1 mile 1. Shergar's second race was the 1 mile 1.
He was again ridden by Piggott, with odds of 5—2 in a very experienced field of seven. Over late and early Shergar filled out and was stronger by April Stoute had decided that Shergar should run in that year's Derby , and planned the season accordingly.
After the win, he noted them shortening to 8—1, where, "the bet is still worth pressing";  he continued "If Surely this is the time to bet like men.
As further training for the Derby, Stoute decided that Shergar needed practice on a left-hand cornered course; he selected Chester , where the Chester Vase was run on 5 May On 3 June Shergar ran in the Derby.
At Tattenham Corner—the final bend of the course—Shergar took the front of the race and opened up a lead over the others. It was the largest winning margin of any Epsom Derby.
Only then did I discover there was another horse on the horizon. While out on the gallops on 15 June, Shergar threw his rider, ran through a hedge onto the road and trotted along to the local village.
He was spotted by a local resident, who followed the horse until it stopped to graze on a hedge, and then led him back to the stables. Shergar was unharmed during the event, and Stoute recalled "it's very lucky nothing happened to him; there's a crossing there, and it's a difficult thing".
By the time the Irish Derby was run at the Curragh, on 27 June , Swinburn was suspended following an infringement at Royal Ascot , so Piggott returned to ride Shergar.
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