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Princess Coup

Princess Coup
Sire Encosta De Lago
Dam Stoneyfell Road
Grandsire Fairy King
Damsire Sovereign Red
Gender Mare
Foaled 2003
Country Australia
Color Chestnut
Breeder Ingenue Breeding Syndicate
Owner Bromley Bloodstock Ltd & Raymond A. Coupland
Trainer Mark Walker
Record 33: 12-7-3
Earnings A$3,751,316
Princess Coup is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Stoneyfell Road by Encosta De Lago. She was born around 2003 in Australia, and was bred by Ingenue Breeding Syndicate.
Major wins
New Zealand Oaks (2007)
Kelt Capital Stakes (2007, 2008)
Desert Gold Stakes (2007)
Lowland Stakes (2007)
Stoneybridge Stakes (2008)
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)

Princess Coup (foaled 2003 in Australia) is a New Zealand thoroughbred racehorse. She is most noted for twice winning the Kelt Capital Stakes, New Zealand's premier race, in 2007 and 2008. She also won the 2007 New Zealand Oaks and 2008 Stoneybridge Stakes, and ran third in the 2007 Caulfield Cup. She was officially retired in January 2009, with a career record of 12 wins from 33 starts, and NZ$4.2 million in earnings.



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