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Silvery Moon

Silvery Moon

I went racing on the day of the  Gr2 Oppenheim Union Rennen in Cologne.  Silvery Moon, a rare overo Thoroughbred, finished second in the Listed Max Von Oppenheim Maiden Stakes. The flashy colt tucked in behind the early leaders but could not catch winner Smoke on the Water at the wire, despite a late drive.

The Mario Hofer trainee has now started three times with two second-place finishes. His jockey was once again decked out in the custom silks made by owner Stall Paint Horse to match his coat.

Silvery Moon is a 2-year-old colt by I Was Framed, an 11-year-old stallion who is double registered with The Jockey Club and the American Paint Association.

– Barbara Sanne, Oldlands Stud



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