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Loika produced seven winners, the greatest of which was Djebel.
The event is named after Djebel, a successful French racehorse in the early 1940s.
The southeastern slopes of the djebel still support an active rock and gravel quarry.
Here she mounted El Djebel, but the man would not let her ride alone across the wilderness.
You remember what he did that time on Djebel Abdullah, when the stardrive failed and the food ran out?
It lies at the entrance of the Djebel Al Akakus.
It is currently staged on the same day as the Prix Djebel, the equivalent race for colts.
For a period the Prix Djebel held Listed status.
At first, only power pylons and an occasional djebel, or low hill, break the monotony of the arid tableland.
They knocked out 11 tanks but their advance was halted while the fight at Djebel Abiod continued for nine days.
Djebel sired 36 stakes-winners which won 53 stakes-races.
They returned late the following morning, and an hour later El Djebel wandered unconcernedly into the camp in search of food and water.
Titled the Prix d'Essai, it was won by the colt Djebel.
The geologic origins of Djebel Ressas and the neighboring peaks date to earlier than 100 million years ago.
Most of Djebel Ressas is now an excellent setting for a day of rewarding outdoor activity.
The Prix Djebel can serve as a trial for various colts' Classics in Europe.
"Djebel at Tarik"
The Djebel Aissa National Park is a protected area within the limits of the mountain range since 2003.
"I had this picture of spending all my free time for the next six months wandering around Djebel Hassa until Sam said 'We're home!'"
The Djebel Babor Nature Reserve is a protected area in Algeria.
Boussac also bred the colt's parents, the stallion Djebel and the mare Pharyva.
Djebel Ressas rises to 795 metres a short distance (approximately 15 km) south of the southern terminous of the gulf.
Djebel's success as a breeding stallion was largely responsible for the survival of the Byerley Turk sire line.
Nadorite is named after Djebel Nador in Algeria, where it was first identified in 1870.
Her time was more than two seconds faster than Djebel's winning time in the 2000 Guineas two days earlier.
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