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Rule The World: 2016 Grand National winner sired by Sulamani
PICTURE: John Grossick (racingpost.com/photos) Versatile sire Sulamani dies after short illness
By Zoe Vicarage 11:09AM 18 FEB 2017 MULTIPLE Group/Grade 1 winner Sulamani, the sire of last year's Grand National hero Rule The World, has died at the age of 18. He was put down after a short illness at Yorton Farm Stud.
The son of Hernando was bred by the Niarchos Family out of the winning Alleged mare Soul Dream, which made him a half-brother to French and Irish Derby hero Dream Well.
Initially trained by Pascal Bary for his breeders, Sulamani landed the Prix du Jockey Club and finished second in the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe before he was switched to Godolphin.
Under the care of Saeed Bin Suroor he went on to win the Dubai Sheema Classic, Arlington Million, Turf Classic Invitational Stakes, Juddmonte International and Woodbine International at the highest level.
He began his stallion career at Darley's Dalha..