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A Century of Excellence, Part II 2010-06-06

HH the Aga Khan IV with Zeddaan | Getty Images
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www.thoroughbreddailynews.com/ TDN Europe

One hundred years after the Aga Khan III made his first purchase at the Tattersalls July Sale, the bloodstock empire he built, and which has been carefully cultivated by his grandson, HH the Aga Khan IV, continues to thrive. Following Tuesday's first instalment of the early years of the Aga Khan Studs, the second part sees the baton pass in sad circumstances, heralding a major restructuring of the operation. The text is reproduced by kind permission from the Aga Khan Studs' centenary brochure, written by Emma Berry and John Berry.

His Highness the Aga Khan seen with Zeddan

His Highness the Aga Khan seen with Zeddan

HH the Aga Khan IV with Zeddaan | Getty Images

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getty images

Prince Aly Khan at the stables

Prince Aly Khan at the stables

Prince Aly Khan, an accomplished horse jockey, seen at the stables. He had a great love for horses and horse-racing

Interesting article on the Aga Khan "fusing two worlds" by the Vanity Fair 2013-02-01

His Highness Prince Karim, the fourth Aga Khan, has been the spiritual leader of 15 million Shia Ismaili Muslims, building a hugely effective global development network. In Chantilly, home to France’s most prestigious horse race, James Reginato explores how the press-shy, Harvard-educated prince, at 76, fuses two worlds.

The Aga Khan’s Earthly Kingdom, Vanity Fair 2013-02-01

HORSING AROUND The Aga Khan’s private horse-training grounds near Chantilly, France. Right, Prince Karim Aga Khan, when he was a
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www.vanityfair.com/magazine/toc/contents-201302

Multi-billionaire son of a notorious playboy, His Highness Prince Karim, the fourth Aga Khan, enjoys his jets, yachts, and Thoroughbreds. But since the age of 20, he has also been the spiritual leader of 15 million Shia Ismaili Muslims, building a hugely effective global development network. In Chantilly, home to France’s most prestigious horse race, James Reginato explores how the press-shy, Harvard-educated prince, at 76, fuses two worlds.


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