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Loxias

epithet of Apollo, meaning “ambiguous” in reference to his practically uninterpretable oracles. [Gk. Myth.: Zimmer-man, 26]
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Andre Fabre stable, while Loxias chases a third course-and-distance success, having recently been awarded the Prix Jean de Chaudenay on the disqualification of
MILLENARY finished first past the post in yesterday's Prix Jean de Chaudenay at Saint-Cloud, but lost the race to runner-up Loxias following an objection and a stewards' inquiry.
Pat Eddery tried everything he could to keep the 2000 St Leger winner straight in the final stages, but he could not stop the six-year-old leaning on Loxias during the final furlong and a half.
Keltos is a half-brother to French stakes winners Iridanos and Loxias.
Mr Dinos, a 13-10 chance, was just shaded for favouritism by Loxias, who ran no kind of race and was virtually pulled up before finishing last of the five runners.
To stud at 4 and dam of: Iridanos (1996 c by Sabrehill; Listed winner, Gr3-placed), Kresna (1997 f by Distant Relative; winner in Greece), Keltos (1998 c by Kendor; Gr1 winner), Loxias (1999 f by Saumarez; unraced), Krataios (2000 c by Sabrehill).