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Red Riviera

Red Riviera is an Australian racehorse part owned by the British artist Mark Wallinger and the muse for the newly commission 50 metre Stallion of the South statue, due to be built in the Ebbsfleet Valley, Kent.

On the day that Wallinger's project was announced as successful Red Riviera won the 2.40pm race at Lingfield.

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