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Lawman: has three winners on the board from his first crop of runners

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Third winner for
first-crop sire Lawman

LAWMAN sired a third winner from his first crop when
Janey Muddles took the opening 6f maiden at the Curragh
on Saturday.

Bred by Ballylinch Stud, where here sire stands, she was knocked down to BBA Ireland for €260,000 at the Arqana August yearling sale. She is now in the hands of Jim Bolger for owner June Judd.

A half-sister to dual juvenile winner My Single Malt, she is the second foal of the Celtic Swing mare Slip Dance, herself a half-sister to Misu Bond and Air Chief Marshal, both by
Danehill Dancer.

In France, Dutch Art enjoyed a fifth winner and first overthe Channel when Robert Le Diable won the Prix Kefalin, a 5 1/2f juvenile maiden at Maisons-Laffitte, by a short-head.

 

 

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