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Lord Reims

Lord Reims was a notable thoroughbred racehorse who raced with success in Australia. A chestnut son of Zamazaan from the mare Right On, he was trained in New Zealand by Cliff Fenwick.

He excelled at staying races with his major race victories including the 1987 MRC Caulfield Cup (defeating the champion Beau Zam) and three successive SAJC Adelaide Cup’s from 1987-9.

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