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New winner for Inns Of Court as Baileys Polka Dot strikes in France

A trip to France yielded big rewards for Amy Murphy on Friday when her Inns Of Court filly Baileys Polka Dot ran out the easy winner of the conditions race at Dieppe.

The French-bred filly scored decisively by a length and a half in the colours of G R Bailey.

She becomes the ninth winner out of Jolie Et Belle, an Oratorio half-sister to Listed scorer Golden Honor.

Her win is an appropriate one given Inns Of Court's own racing career, which spanned four seasons in France for Godolphin and Andre Fabre and featured seven wins ranging from the Group 2 Prix du Gros-Chene over 5f to the Group 3 Prix de la Porte Maillot over 7f.

The son of Invincible Spirit stands for €5,000.

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