Signora Cabello retired by trainer John Quinn

Last year’s Queen Mary winner Signora Cabello has been retired at Ayr on Saturday.
The Camacho filly was defeated her debut but won Bath, before shooting a Listed race and moving on to triumph at Royal Ascot.
She conducted with great credit to be second in the Prix Morny during a excellent season, also affirmed that up by winning a Group 2, the Prix Robert Papin.
Her importance to Phoenix Thoroughbreds, who purchased in to her to the eve of her Royal Ascot success, can not be overstated – based to CEO of her owners, Amer Abdulaziz.
„She was our very first Royal Ascot winner,” said Abdulaziz.
„It is no exaggeration to state in the time that outcome was more important than winning any Derby in the entire world. Everyone watches Royal Ascot, and it put us in Britain, especially on the map.
„She’s been an superb filly to us, and we thank John and his staff for all of the fantastic work that they did with her. I’m certain she’ll make a great broodmare, and now we look forward to welcoming her very first progeny.”

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