Dar Re Mi, the 5-year-old mare who beat males in the $5 million Dubai Sheema Classic in March, has been retired from racing because of an accumulation of unspecified minor ailments.\r\nThe daughter of Singspiel and a half-sister to Group 1 winner River Dancer, Group 2 winner Darazari, and current St. Leger favorite Rewilding, Dar Re Mi is a three-time Group 1 winner herself, having also won last year&rsquo;s Pretty Polly Stakes and the Yorkshire Oaks.\r\nThe only horse in training for her owner/breeders, Lord and Lady Andrew Lloyd Webber, Dar Re Mi was trained throughout her career by John Gosden. She was denied a fourth Group 1 title when she was disqualified from first in last September&rsquo;s Prix Vermeille for what many thought was a phantom foul. The Lloyd Webbers appealed the French stewards&rsquo; decision to no avail. In her lone American appearance, she finished third behind Conduit and Presious Passion in the Breeders&rsquo; Cup Turf. In her final appearance she finished third to Twice Over in the Eclipse Stakes on July 3.\r\nDar Re Mi concludes her racing career with 6 victories from 17 starts for earnings of $4,359,112.