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Snow Fairy Headed to Far East

ED DUNLOP on Monday hailed Snow Fairy's excellent Arc third and outlined the Far Eastern races her team are considering for her next outing.

Among the options is a defence of the Queen Elizabeth II Cup in Japan, which Snow Fairy won last year before travelling to Hong Kong to complete a notable international double in the Hong Kong Cup.

Dunlop said: "Snow Fairy has done us all so proud on her travels and if [owner] Mrs [Cristina] Patino agrees she will soon be heading East again, either for the Japan Cup or the Queen Elizabeth II Cup, which she won last year, and on the way home she will again take in Hong Kong, which proved such a successful stop-off last year."

Snow Fairy, who remains in training next season as a five-year-old, turned in the best performance of her career in Paris, according to Dunlop.
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Darn, I was hoping we could possibly see her here in America for the Breeders' Cup. But I give her a huge shot at winning these Far East races. Her campaign was slow to get off the ground this year, but she's just kept getting better and better. If she hasn't already peaked, which I highly doubt she has, she'll be a force to be reckoned with in those races again.

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