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Fabre filly looks another exciting prospect for Frankel

The Gestut Ammerland homebred won at Saint-Cloud on Sunday

Frankel: dual world champion stands at Banstead Manor Stud
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The regally bred Lady Frankel, a daughter of dual world champion Frankel, duly obliged on her debut when she landed the Prix Calandria at Saint-Cloud on Sunday.

Trained by Andre Fabre, the three-year-old filly showed signs of greenness during the race but as the field entered the home straight Pierre-Charles Boudot asked her to knuckle down on the outside of the pack. Once finding her stride she picked up impressively to lead close home.

A Gestut Ammerland homebred out of the Group 3-winning Vettori mare Lady Vettori, she boasts a classy pedigree as she is a half-sister to dual French Classic winner and exciting young sire Lope De Vega. She is also a half-sister to Group 3 scorer Bal De La Rose and the Listed-winning Lord Of The Land.

Frankel, unbeaten in 14 races, made a big impression with his first crop of two-year-olds on the track last year. He supplied 18 individual winners worldwide.

He notched his first top-level success when Soul Stirring won the Grade 1 Hanshin Juvenile Fillies Stakes in December and was also represented by the Group performers Queen Kindly, Fair Eva, Frankuus and Toulifaut.

Frankel is standing the current breeding season at a fee of £125,000 at Banstead Manor Stud in Newmarket.

Race result from Lady Frankel's victory

Lady Frankel is a half-sister to dual French Classic winner Lope De Vega
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