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Frankel's Half-Brother to Run at Keeneland

Morpheus, a 4-year-old half-brother to British superstar Frankel, makes his North American debut here in Thursday’s eighth race, a 6½-furlong allowance optional claiming race on the main track. The son of Oasis Dream (GB) is a homebred racing for Khaled Abdullah’s Juddmonte Farms and is trained by Racing Hall of Famer Bill Mott.

Morpheus began his career in England and won three races in eight starts. He was sent to Mott at the end of last year and most recently has trained at Palm Meadows in Florida.

Frankel, considered one of the finest horses to race in Britain in recent years, at 6 is in his first season at stud at Abdullah’s Banstead Manor Farm in Newmarket, England.

 

 

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