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Danedream Possible for Arc, Breeders' Cup

Trainer Peter Schiergen’s improving three-year-old filly Danedream soundly defeated older males in a German Group 1 for the second straight time on Sunday at Baden-Baden.

After a five-length dismantling of the opposition in the Grosser Preis von Berlin Duetschland Preis (Ger-G1) on July 24, the Lomitas (GB) filly throttled her competition again with a six-length romp in the Longines Grosser Preis von Baden (Ger-G1).

"She does not look like much but the way she has improved this season has been quite astonishing," Schiergen told Racing Post. "I shall now discuss the possibilities with the owners.” Read More


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