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First winner for former Irish colt Deuteronomy

OLD Deuteronomy, who ran second to One Cool Cat for Aidan O'Brien in the 2003 Phoenix Stakes, recorded his first winner on Friday when juvenile filly Second Law won her debut at Mornington in Australia.

A mere A$3,000 purchase by G. McMurray at the 2010 Inglis Great Southern Weanling Sale, the filly is the first winner out of the End Sweep mare Ensejaam, who is related to French Group 3 winner Pink.

Old Deuteronomy ran six times for Aidan O'Brien during the 2003 season, winning a Newmarket maiden on his debut by five lengths and filling the places in the Phoenix Stakes, Prix Morny and Richmond Stakes.

Following an aborted attempt to stand him at Walmac Farm in Kentucky, the son of Storm Cat, who is related to Rainbow Quest and Warning, was retired to stand at Emirates Park Stud in Australia. He is standing this season at a fee of $4,400.




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