Queen Of Bermuda places second
Bermuda Thoroughbred Racing’s star filly finished an unlucky second in a Group three race at Chantilly, France, on Saturday.
Queen Of Bermuda, who was ridden by superstar jockey Christophe Soumillon, was held up from a poor draw before making eyecatching late headway to be beaten just a length by Soldier’s Call,
The winner had been successful in the Windsor Castle Stakes at Royal Ascot in June.
Queen Of Bermuda’s effort means she has now earned about $72,000 from her seven career starts, and a return to Britain is now on the cards.
Her next target is likely to be the Group two Flying Childers Stakes at Doncaster next week.
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