Denny Koredel Lavarack and Lanvad’s Stud Stakes (Gr3): Paris Peacock United States’ Springboard

Denny Coredell Lavarack & Lanwades Stud Stakes (Gr3) : Paris Peacock un tremplin vers les États Unis

international / 17.09.2022

Gowran Park (IE), Saturday

Paris Peacock (Muharrer) has experienced all the trouble in the world to succeed in Ireland. Thus, after finishing six places in Maidens, the filly was able to open her prize list on the list. On Saturday, Paris Peacock reached new heights by winning the Denny Corredell Laverack & Llanvads Stud Stakes (Gr3). After a good hands pass that countered her Poem (Sir Percy), Kirsten Rausing’s pupil, she had the last word. Both fillies pulled away from the rest of the peloton in the final 200m Term of Deerment (See the Moon) completed the podium. Paris Peacock was bought by American Craig Bernick following his Listed victory at the same course. Jessica Harrington was very proud of her boarder: “I don’t know when she will be able to put her head in front of others, but she still has some freedom. I will discuss the rest of her program with her owner, but she won a Listed and now a Gr3… She is a beauty with a good pedigree and she can go to America… »

A beautiful year of muharram

Barronstown Stud-bred Paris is the fourth Group winner of the Peacock Sprinters Champion. Muhrer (Oasis Dream). After six seasons at Shadwell’s foundation Nunnery Stud, Haras des Founcil took over this year. mother, Weekend fling (Forest Wildcat), won one race before producing winner of Killawlan Stakes (Gr3) Craftsman (Mastercraftsman) and two other black types. second mother Woodman’s Dancer (Woodman), third in In A Gleam Handicap (Gr2) and produced very well. She gave Archer (Arch), winner of Arkansas Derby (Gr1), Gr3 Power balance (Silver Train).

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Weekend Fling is 2 years old Portimo (never), in training with Andre Fabre for Coolmore and Westerberg, and a yearling No no never (Scat Daddy), a foal by the same stallion in Tattersall’s October Book 1.

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