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Frizzante (horse)

Frizzante is a former racehorse owned by Jan Hopper and Elizabeth Grundy trained by Newmarket based James Fanshawe, she won the 2004 Group 1 July Cup and also claimed the Group 3 Palace House Stakes in the same year. She is full sister to current sprinter Firenze and half sister to 2007 Steward's Cup winner Zidane.




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