A first Classic victory for RYAN MOORE and what a filly to do it on – SNOW FAIRY wins the 2010 Oaks

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Just one win from six starts as a two-year-old, but what a revelation Snow Fairy proved during the 2010 season as she carved her way through this field to win the Oaks.

As the year went on, she won the Irish Oaks, then chased home Midday in the Yorkshire Oaks before winning Group Ones in Japan and Hong Kong. She gained further Group One success in both 2011 and 2012 before eventually being retired.

Now a broodmare, her son John Leeper is a contender in the 2021 Derby – representing the same owner and trainer.

#SnowFairy #Oaks #Epsom #EpsomOaks #HorseRacing

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