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Nakayama Festa to run in Arc de Triomphe

Nakayama Festa, winner of the Takarazuka Kinen, may run in the Arc de Triomphe, held on October 3 at Longchamp. With the travel companion of Nakayama Swept, Nakayama Festa will leave Japan for France early next month, his trainer Ninomiya revealed. Before the world famous race, he is scheduled to run in the Prix Foy on September 12. Read More

 

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Like the Mauktombs have tried in Louisville, the Japanese want this race after conquering the Melbourne Cup. Is this one as good as Deep Impact???

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