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The Aidan O'Brien-trained daughter of Galileo is now a four-time Group 1 star. Addeybb chased her home and Japanese mare Deirdre took third
By Irish Field Contributor on 19 October 2019
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The son of Frankel was a wide-margin winner of the Qipco Champion Stakes for the second time. He may now be heading to stud
By Irish Field Contributor on 20 October 2018
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There was one outstanding performance at Ascot as John Gosden’s Cracksman ran away with the Champion Stakes
By Ian Carnaby on 27 October 2017
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The John Gosden-trained son of Frankel trounced his rivals by seven lengths, giving Frankie Dettori a first win in the race
By Irish Field Contributor on 21 October 2017
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Group 1 targets feature in the plans for Saturday's Group 1 Qipco Irish Champion Stakes runner-up and third
By Irish Field Contributor on 10 September 2017
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British Champions Day produced two bona fide champions but from differently run races
By Simon Rowlands on 21 October 2016
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The Jean-Claude Rouget-trained colt and the Aidan O'Brien-trained filly also finished one-two in the Irish Champion Stakes at Leopardstown last month
By Irish Field Contributor on 15 October 2016
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Leo Powell looks at Ireland's record in one of Europe's premier 10 furlong races
By Leo Powell on 23 October 2015
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I have in the past gone on about the fact that Frankel never ran outside Britain so did not have his abilities fully tested. 
By Irish Field Contributor on 19 August 2014
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Australia (40) won the Derby in good style beating runner-up Kingston Hill by over a length.
By Nick Mordin on 12 August 2014
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