In the Saturday’s racing at the J&B Met. Dancer’s Daughter the charismatic grey from the Justin Snaith yard, proved that her recent victory in the Paddock Stakes was no fluke when she won the Fancourt Majorca (Gr.1) over 1600m at Kenilworth on J&B Met day.
Up against some talented horses of the likes of Rat Burana, Royal Fantasy and Nania, just to name a few. Dancer’s Daughter was asked early by J&B Met winning jockey Fayd’Herbe to go, and that’s exactly what she did, striding out to lead from the beginning. Despite a late challenge from a fast finishing Royal Fantasy, Dancer’s Daughter was travelling too well and she went away to win comfortably. This is her sixth win from nine outings, and this talented daughter of UK stallion Act One, looks to have the makings of a champion filly.
Posted by Megan Romeyn