Migoli (May 8, 1944 – July 11, 1963) was an Irish-bred, British-trained Thoroughbred racehorse bred and raced by the Aga Khan III. Trained in England by Frank Butters, Migoli's win in the 1948 Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe was the first for an English-trained horse since 1923 and there would not be another until 1971.
|Breeder||H H Aga Khan III|
|Owner||H H Aga Khan III|
|Dewhurst Stakes (1946)|
Craven Stakes (1947)
King Edward VII Stakes (1947)
Eclipse Stakes (1947)
Champion Stakes (1947)
Rose of York Sweepstakes (1948)
White Rose Stakes (1948)
Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe (1948)
Sired by the 1938 Epsom Derby winner, Bois Roussel, his damsire Bahram was the 1935 British Triple Crown Champion. His dam Mah Iran, was a half-sister of the Derby winner Mahmoud. In addition to Migoli, Mah Iran produced Star of Iran, the dam of Petite Etoile.
Racing in England at age two, Migoli won the Dewhurst Stakes. The following year he won four important English races plus earned a second to Pearl Diver in The Derby and a third to winner Sayajirao in the St. Leger Stakes. At age four in 1948, in England Migoli won more of what today are rated as Group races plus he finished second in the Coronation Cup. In the fall Migoli was sent to Longchamp Racecourse in Paris, France to compete in the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe. He won the race, defeating Marcel Boussac's highly regarded colt, Nirgal.
- Gallant Man (b. 1954) - winner of the American Classic, the Belmont Stakes in record time, and who likely would have won the Kentucky derby too were it not for the famous mistake at the finish by jockey Bill Shoemaker. Gallant Man's other wins included the prestigious Travers Stakes, Hollywood Gold Cup, the Metropolitan Handicap where he beat the great Bold Ruler, and Jockey Club Gold Cup;
- Menara (b. 1954) - won 1957 Premio Villamejor (Spanish St. Leger);
- Yla (b. 1955) - winner of the 1958 Poule d'Essai des Pouliches.
After the success of Gallant Man, Migoli was exported to stand as a stallion in the United States. He died in 1963.