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Tatts Autumn sale produces Australian Group 1 winners THE Tattersalls Autumn Horses in Training Sale is developing into a happy hunting ground for Australian trainers, none more so than Chris Waller, who sent out two graduates, My Kingdom Of Fife and Stand To Gain, to win Group 1 races at Randwick on Saturday.

My Kingdom Of Fife (below), who raced as Kingdom Of Fife for Sir Michael Stoute before selling for 60,000gns to Waller through Kern/Lillingston last October, initiated the double by taking the Queen Elizabeth Stakes, appropriately given that he was bred by the Queen.

Victory made him the first Group 1 winner bred at the Royal Studs since Right Approach won the Dubai Duty Free in 2004. His female family is one steeped in Royal Studs tradition: out of the 1999 Ribblesdale Stakes runner-up Fairy Godmother, he descends from the 1974
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Title Annotation:Sports
Publication:The Racing Post (London, England)
Date:Apr 28, 2011
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