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OVER 320 CLASSIC WINS SO FAR � HIGHEST IN THE COUNTRY
MULTIDIMENSIONAL HOLDS AN ALL TIME RECORD OF 10 INDIVIDUAL CLASSIC WINNERS IN HIS FIRST CROP
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Each one a Champion
   
Myrtlewood - Filly of the year
   
A clip on Multidimensional & Usha, filmed by FRANCE SIRE
 
 

Seven time National Award Winning Stud. The Prestigious Champion Stud Farm Award given by the Turf Authorities of India has been won as many as seven times already by Usha Stud:
2013 - 14
2010 - 11
2004 - 05
2003 - 04
1998 - 99
1996 - 97
1995 - 96

 
 
 
2004-03
 
Strong Irishbond at Usha

In the third of a four-part feature on Indian racing and breeding, Leo Powell meets Ameeta Mehra

The history of horse racing and breeding is a long one in India, with evidence that races were held in Madras as long ago as 1780. These races were confined to country-breds.

Under British rule racing Boards tell the story of success for horses bred at Usha thrived and India started importing horses from various countries. In the latter part of the 1800s there were almost 100 racecourses in the country.

In 1927, the National Horse Breeding and Show Society of India published the first volume of the Indian Stud Book. However, this not only contained thoroughbreds but other breeds such as trotters,Marwari, Desert Arabians and half-breds. For more read in PDF File

 
 
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