Good looking son of champion juvenile Teofilo, out of a half-sister to champion juvenile Alhaarth, from a family famous for producing good stallions, oh, and let's not forget that he is also a half-brother to a classic winner who has sired a classic winner.


No wonder he gets smart runners


His name is Mutajally

His name is Mutajally

Mutajally (gb) b h 2010

Teofilo - Dhelaal / Green Desert

Half-brother to Makfi. Sire of New Man etc.

100% fertility

A popular stallion with a G1 pedigree and excellent results with his first few runners

FEE 2019: NOK. 3.000 covering fee + NOK 8.000 live foal (48 hours)

right sire... right family...

right results...

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Son of Teofilo

Mutajally's sire Teofilo 

Unbeaten in five starts.

Champion Two-Year-Old of Europe. Timefom 126.


Won 

Dewhurst Stakes (G1), Newmarket

National Stakes (G1), Curragh

Futurity Stakes (G2), Curragh

Tyros Stakes (LR), Curragh


Sire of Trading Leather (Irish Derby, G1, etc),

Pleascach (Irish 1,000 Guineas, G1, Yorkshire Oaks, G1, etc.), Humidor, (Australia Cup, G1, Makybe Diva Stakes, G1, Memsie Stakes, G1 etc.) and Exultant (winner of the 2018 Hong Kong Vase, G1, at Sha Tin, 2nd in Champions & Chater Cup, G1, 3rd behind champions Churchill and Thunder Snow in the Irish 2,000 Guineas, G1).


With such results already, Teofilo seems certain 

to become a successful sire of sires.

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Out of Dhelaal

Mutajally's dam, the beautifully bred Green Desert daughter Dhelaal, is a household name in European racing and breeding circles. 


Best known as the dam of 2,000 Guineas (G1) and Prix Jacques le Marois (G1) winner Makfi - who has himself sired a classic winner in France - Dhelaal is a daughter of top class sprinter and stallion Green Desert, and she is a half sister to Champion Juvenile Alhaarth (an unbeaten Two-Year-Old who won Dewhurst Stakes, G1). Alhaarth became the sire of Haafhd, winner of the 2,000 Guineas, G1, and Champion Stakes, G1 at three, and also a successful stallion.


Mutajally's half brother Makfi has sired top class miler Make Believe, wiinner of the French 2,000 Guineas (G1) and high class stayer Magic Circle.


 This is a family combining speed and stamina.

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Sire of New Man

Mutajally's best son, New Man, has been an absolute sensational runner both at two and three. 


Easily the most successful homebred around these days, New Man won Norsk Mesterskap both at two and three, and has also captured the historical and prestigious Eyvind Lyches Memorial.


 In addition, New Man has been runner-up in 

Norsk Rikstoto Grand Prix and Norsk Forening 

For Fullblodsavl Løp. 


New Man was the best homebred in the strong 2018 edition of the Norwegian Derby (LR).


14 runs: 3-3-3  /  64% top three  /  667,468


New Man is handled by Scandinavian 

Champion Trainer Niels Petersen

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Big race Trippel

One swallow does not make a summer. 


One champion does not make a stallion - and Mutajally is not just the sire of top Norwegian bred big race winner New Man. 

There's more to this well bred stallion. Much more.


 Mutajally stamps his offspring, and trainers love them. His Three-Year-Olds  of 2019 are truly an exciting bunch.


Macjack, probably the best looking homebred juvenile in Norway in 2018, led a 1-2-3 for  Mutajally runners when winning Norsk Rikstoto Rekrutteringsløp, an important juvenile contest worth 126,000 kroner.


1 -   Macjack (Mutajally)

2  -  I See Fire (Mutajally)

3  -  Costasera (Mutajally)

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World class connections

The unraced Dhelaal was given every chance at Shadwell, 

visiting Nayef, Medician, Teofilo and New Approach.

Timeform Racehorses, Makfi essay, 2010

Dhelaal subsequently visited Dawn Approach


We also stand Evasive www.evasivestallion.com