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filly

a female horse or pony under the age of four
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JOHN GOSDEN'S relationship with the record-breaking 4,000,000gns Gloam will be extended to the racecourse after it was announced the Newmarket trainer would be responsible for the Galileo filly when she appears in the Godolphin colours this year.
Favourite bay filly Gujrat One's stamina will however, be put to test, who had to her credit three wins and five seconds in her total eight outings to date.
Aidan O'Brien's Galileo filly shaped like a potential star when an eye-catching third to her stable-companion Happily and Shalailah in a seven-furlong Curragh maiden on Derby weekend.
De Kock, who has been one of the most successful trainers in the Carnival apart from Saeed Bin Surour, has however found the UAE 1000 Guineas missing from his well-adorned showcase and Raihana, the filly which won the first race here for thoroughbreds to kick-start action on Meydan could end that wait tonight.
She must be an exceptional filly to take on the colts.
HORSE and pony exhibitors welcomed the decision to expand the Royal Welsh Winter Fair to two days and supported the fair by entering 454 animals - including 54 section A and 44 section D filly foals.
The daughter of So You Think has performed creditably twice behind Jessica Harrington's star filly Alpha Centauri in Naas and sets a high standard in the Irish Stallion farms 2-Y-0 Fillies Maiden.
newton said: "this is a fantastic initiative to change perceptions of having a filly in training.