Maple Star triumphs
Maple Star, ranked an outsider, won the Forbes Breeders' Juvenile Fillies Championship on the 31st day of Mumbai meeting at the Mahalaxmi race course on Sunday.
The PR Mehta Trophy Class III (2,400m): 1. Sheriff, 2. Lake Geneva, 3. Aslan; The JP Vazifdar Trophy Class II (1,200m): 1. Ocean Wish, 2. Star of Venus, 3. Check Her Out; The Riyasat Plate Class IV (1,600m): 1. Carlyle Hills, 2. Kaskazi, 3. Persian; The J Rustomji Soparivala Trophy (1,000m): 1. Dream Weaver, 2. Run Like The Wind, 3. Stormy Wind; The Dady Adenwalla Trophy — Division I Class IV (1,000m): 1. Borderline, 2. Starlight Magic, 3. Charlie Cool;
The J Rustomji Soparivala Trophy — Division I (1,000m): 1. Winter Wind, 2. Tachyon, 3. Sariska; The For
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bes Breeders' Juvenile Fillies Championship (1,600m): 1. Maple Star, 2. Portia, 3. Halle; The Dady Adenwalla Trophy — Division II Class IV (1,000m): 1 Destined To Glory, 2. Fortuner, 3. Moonscape; The Shapoorji Pallonji Breeders' Juvenile Colts Championship (1,600m): 1. Blue Ace, 2. Borsalino, 3. Hachiko
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