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New winner for Manduro score at Kempton

MANOMINE became the 12th winner for young Darley stallion Manduro on Wednesday when getting off the mark in the 7f handicap at Kempton.

The gelding, who was his sire's first ever runner last May, struck late under Brett Doyle to score for Clive Brittain.


Bred by C. R. Mason, Manomine is a half-brother to five winners including the Listed-placed Mussoorie and out of the unraced Fascinating Hill, a Danehill half-sister to Group 1 winners Fragrant Mix and Alpine Rose. Manomine was a 26,000gns Tattersalls foal purchase by Kennycourt Stud and resold as a yearling at the Tattersalls December Sale for 18,000gns to Clive Brittain.

Manduro's first crop includes two exciting colts in Mandaean, winner of the Group 1 Criterium de Saint-Cloud, and Bonfire, an unlucky third in the Group 1 Criterium International. The multiple Group 1-winning son of Monsun stands at Kildangan Stud for €10,000.




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