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BORN TOBOUGGIE ein Schnäppchen aus einer Topfamilie

BORN TOBOUGGIE, die Siegerin der Snowdrop Stakes, L. in Kempton vom 11/04/09 wurde von Graf und Gräfin Stauffenberg gezüchtet und auf ihrem Schlossgut Itlingen geboren und aufgezogen. Ihre Mutter BRAISSIM war von STAUFFENBERG BLOODSTOCK bei den Tattersalls December Sales 2001 gekauft worden. BORN TOBOUGGIE ist eines von  bis dato 3 Blacktypedpferden des Jahrgangs 2005, der in Itlingen geboren wurde. LADY MARIAN und BITTERSWEETSYMFONY (Capricorn Stud SA) sind die anderen. 

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SNOWDROP STAKES, 8FAW, 4YO+, KEMPTON

A race that was up to snuff, but nothing much got to Born Tobouggie, who scorched off, a bit freely really early on, and lasted out well to near the course record. It completed a good period for her sire Tobougg, who has moved as a dual-purpose sire to East Burrow Stud in Devon and had a good winner at Aintree last week. This filly could do him some more good too, if she can translate the form to turf and perhaps settle a bit better – she is best striding on, which does leave her exposed to a finisher at a higher level; she was well enough held in two other attempts at Listed company, but she seems game.

She was a cheap foal and yearling, though she is the third winner from five foals out of the unraced Braissim (Dancing Brave), a half-sister to White Heart (Green Desert), a dual Gr.1 winner in the USA and a Gr.3 winner in Germany, as well as a Listed winner in Britain, both out of another unraced mare Barari (Blushing Groom). The third dam Rainbow Connection (Halo) was Champion two-year-old in Canada and dam of nine winners from as many runners, including the Champion sire Rainbows For Life (Lyphard), also Champion two-year-old in Canada, but also Champion older horse there, and Colour Chart (Mr Prospector), winner of the Gr.2 (then) Prix de l’Opera, second in two Stateside Gr.1s and dam of both Tempera (A P Indy), Champion two-year-old in the USA after winning the Gr.1 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies’, and the sire Equerry (St Jovite), a dual Gr.3 winner in France.