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6 November 2009: Midday with Henry Cecil up wins the G1 Breeder's Cup Filly and Mare Turf at Santa Anita Park in Pasadena California.
Photo: mdracing69
MIDDAY is looking better than ever according to trainer Henry Cecil as his ultra-consistent mare prepares to take on the boys for the first time since her three-year-old season.

The five-time Group 1 winner goes up against a select field of four in Friday's Investec Coronation cup at Epsom, where mercurial star St Nicholas Abbey is 10-11 to capture his firsttop-level race since 2009.

St Nicholas Abbey won a 1m5½f Group 3 at Chester last month in style befitting one who was sent off evens favourite for the Guineas and Midday also enjoyed a fine start to her season, racing to a two length win in a Group 2 at York in May.

“Midday seems in very good order and has come on for her first run of the season at York," said Cecil.
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