With great sadness RacehorseClub says goodbye to Mise En Scene after she has been forced to retire due to a career-ending injury.
Why Has Mise En Scene Retired?
Mise En Scene was due to run at Woodbine in Canada tomorrow but following a workout at Saratoga last Friday she was found to be lame. It has since been found she has an ankle injury which is going to require long term treatment. She is comfortable but will need box rest for the healing process to begin. As a result, the decision was made between RacehorseClub and Qatar Racing to retire her. This is the correct decision for the horse which is always at the forefront of our minds.
An Outstanding Racing Career
Mise En Scene was a hugely impressive winner on debut as a two-year-old at Haydock in 2021. She went on to win the Prestige Stakes (Group 3) on her next start at Goodwood before finishing 4 th in the Group 1 Fillies’ Mile at Newmarket. She made two appearances at the Breeders Cup at Del Mar and Keeneland running with great credit on both occasions. She ran in six Group 1/Grade 1 races in her career amassing career earnings of nearly £200,000 with an official rating of 109.
What Next For Mise En Scene?
As with all RacehorseClub horses, she will continue to receive the best treatment available along with outstanding care and attention. She will go to Hunter Valley Stud in Kentucky where she will begin her career as a broodmare. She has an exceptional pedigree being by the stallion sensation, Siyouni out a Galileo mare.
Brendan Walsh On Mise En Scene;
"Unfortunately, Mise En Scene has suffered a career-ending injury. Since she joined my stable after her run at the Breeders Cup in 2022, she has been a pleasure to train. She was a filly with huge ability and took RacehorseClub and Qatar Racing to two Breeders' Cups as well as running in multiple Grade One races in both the UK and America. She has a great pedigree so I'm sure she will go on to become a very successful broodmare. I would like to thank the RacehorseClub members for their tremendous support of my stable and Mise En Scene".
We Wish Mise En Scene A Happy Retirement
RacehorseClub would like to thank Mise En Scene’s invaluable members who have shown great support throughout her career. Her trainers, James Ferguson, Brendan Walsh and their teams for all of their efforts with Mise En Scene. She will now enjoy a well-earned happy retirement and RacehorseClub will follow her career as a broodmare with great interest.