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New winner places Cotai Glory in pole position

Updated: May 9

Cotai Glory's excellent start at stud continued in France on Saturday as Aint Misbehaving scored at Lyon Parilly to become his fifth individual winner.


As a result, Cotai Glory leads all European first-crop sires by number of winners and prize-money.


Owned by Theresa Marnane, Aint Misbehaving built on his debut second at Chantilly to answer ever call of Pierre-Charles Boudot and bravely deny Follivores.


"He is a tough colt who performed very well, being well put together," Boudot told Equidia. "He showed lots of pace and then tended to look around and wait for attacks. When Follivores came to us, he went again. "


He was bred by Tom and Hazel Russell out of Fictitious, a Mayson relation to top 2yo Dazzle.


Cotai Glory's first crop of winners also include the impressive Newmarket scorers Forca Brasil and Dig Two. The son of Exceed And Excel stands for €5,000.


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