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Sea The Moon's Fantastic Moon Wins The Winterfavoriten

Off the mark on debut over seven furlongs at Munich Sept. 12, Liberty Racing 2021's Fantastic Moon (Ger) (Sea The Moon {Ger}--Frangipani {Ger}, by Jukebox Jury {Ire}) pitched his case as one of Germany's leading Classic contenders for 2023 in Sunday's G3 Preis des Winterfavoriten at Cologne. Settled in mid-division early by Rene Piechulek, the Sarah Steinberg-trained 14-5 shot stayed in his group of three racing away from the remainder. Drifting left in the straight to join the others towards the stand's rail, the bay had the lead approaching the...

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Cologne Poised For Winterfavoriten

Germany gets ready to crown its leading 2-year-old on Sunday, with Cologne's G3 Preis des Winterfavoriten aiming to do exactly that; to unveil the ante-post Deutsches Derby favourite to keep the purists warm during the cold months. Sarah Steinberg saddles Liberty Racing 2021's exciting Fantastic Moon (Ger) (Sea The Moon {Ger}), who starred on debut over seven furlongs at Munich Sept. 12, while Gestut Ebbesloh's Peter Schiergen-trained Arcandi (Ger) (Zarak {Fr}) shares a similar profile having scored on debut at this mile trip at Hoppegarten Sept. 16. Cometica AG's See...

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Kingman's 50th Stakes Winner As Habana Strikes At Baden-Baden

Labelled a TDN Rising Star following her emphatic winning debut over 6 1/2 furlongs at Cologne July 10, Gestut Fahrhof's homebred Habana (Ger) (Kingman {GB}) justified all the hype with an impressive follow-up in Wednesday's G3 149th Renate & Albrecht Woeste Zukunfts-Rennen at Baden-Baden. Held up in last early by a confident Eduardo Pedroza, the Andreas Wohler-trained 8-5 favourite was unleashed turning for home and her sustained effort saw her take command passing the furlong pole en route to a two-length success from See Paris (Ger) (Counterattack {Aus}). Habana, who...

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'TDN Rising Star' On Deck For Baden-Baden Feature

Andreas Wohler trainee Habana (Ger) (Kingman {GB}) debuted in style when beating the boys by daylight, earning a 'TDN Rising Star' tag, tackling 6 1/2 furlongs at Cologne last month and makes the inevitable step up in class for Wednesday's G3 149th Renate & Albrecht Woeste Zukunfts-Rennen at Baden-Baden. "Like all the German 2-year-olds, Habana has to cope with the jump in class," Wohler told GaloppOnline. "She has developed nicely and will hopefully be among the frontrunners." Gestut Fahrhof's homebred, who went unsold at last year's Tattersalls October Book 1...

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