Article Date: 12-August-2012
Temida (by Oratorio), previously a Group 3 and listed scorer, has won the Group 1 Wettkontor Munchen-Grosser Preis von Bayern (ex Rheinland-Pokal) over 12f at Munich.
The Miltcho Mintchev trained four-year-old was bred by Anne and Gerard Corry, and she is the second foal out of Interim Payment (by Red Ransom), who is a half-sister to the Grade 1 winner Midships (by Mizzen Mast). Her grandam is the Grade 2 scorer Interim (by Sadler's Wells), and she comes from the family of many stakes and pattern winners, including the Group 1 stars Continent and Zambezi Sun.
Oratorio (by Danehill) has recently been sold to stand at Avontuur Stud in South Africa, to where he will move when he finishes the current southern hemisphere season at Coolmore Australia.
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