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Peeping Fawn

Peeping Fawn
Sire Danehill
Dam Maryinsky
Grandsire Danzig
Damsire Sadler's Wells
Gender Filly
Foaled 2004
Country United States
Color Bay
Breeder Barnett Enterprises
Owner Michael Tabor & Sue Magnier
Trainer Aidan O'Brien
Record 10: 5-2-3
Earnings US$1,494,046 (equivalent)
Peeping Fawn is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Maryinsky by Danehill. She was born around 2004 in the United States, and was bred by Barnett Enterprises.
Major wins
Irish Pretty Polly Stakes (2007)
Nassau Stakes (2007)
Irish Oaks (2007)
Yorkshire Oaks (2007)
European Champion Three-Year-Old Filly (2007)
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)
Last updated on November 15, 2007

Peeping Fawn (foaled January 15, 2004 in Kentucky) is an Irish-based Thoroughbred filly racehorse.

Owned by Michael Tabor & Sue Magnier, and trained by Aidan O'Brien, Peeping Fawn won an amazing four Group One races in 2007: Irish Pretty Polly Stakes, Irish Oaks, Nassau Stakes and the Yorkshire Oaks. The super filly showed a sustained improvement through the turf season taking four races to win her maiden, coming third to Finsceal Beo in the Irish 1,000 Guineas and running second to Light Shift in the Epsom Oaks before confirming herself as the best filly in Europe in 2008 over ten to twelve furlongs.



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