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Mise En Scene

Trainer

James Ferguson

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£96.00 GBP
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  • Entered in QIPCO 1000 Guineas
  • Entered in Irish 1000 Guineas
  • Prestige Stakes Winner (Group 3)
  • Ran in 2021 Breeders Cup Juvenile Fillies' Turf

Profile

Mise En Scene is a rare commodity indeed – a beautifully-bred filly already proven in the highest company on the cusp of her defining three-year-old season when she is likely to contest some of the most famous events on the British flat racing calendar. Her bloodlines could barely be more auspicious.

As a daughter of the French-based stallion sensation, Siyouni, and a mare, Gadfly, who is a Galileo half-sister to the 2006 1,000 Guineas heroine, Speciosa, she is bred on very similar lines to two of the great champions of the past few years: the 2020 Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe winner, Sottsass, and 2021’s unbeaten dual Classic scorer, St Mark’s Basilica.

She wasted no time proving her quality, leaving her opponents four lengths and more in her wake when landing her debut at Haydock Park in July 2021 before moving on to the Group 3 Prestige Stakes, a race that in the recent past has hosted the subsequent multiple Group 1 scorers, Billesdon Brook, Sky Lantern and Snow Fairy. She overcame her inexperience to land that seven furlong event by a neck, but circumstances conspired against her in each of her other two starts.

First, she came from a long way off the pace to finish strongly into fourth in the Group 1 Fillies’ Mile. Then, having travelled to San Diego in California to take part in the Breeders’ Cup, she suffered the hammer blow of being allocated a wide draw on the tight Del Mar turf track and, trapped on the outside without cover throughout, weakened in the closing stages to finish tenth, albeit beaten by only four and a quarter lengths.

Mise En Scene is a strong candidate for the 1,000 Guineas in May 2022 and her pedigree suggests that she will stay at least a mile and a quarter, giving her a huge variety of options for the rest of the season.

Freddy Tylicki says;

"RacehorseClub is delighted to team up with Qatar Racing and become part owners of the hugely exciting Mise En Scene.  She was one of the best juvenile fillies in Europe last season. She won her debut by four lengths before winning the Group 3 Prestige Stakes at Goodwood on her next start. She then stepped into Group 1 company when an unlucky 4th in the Fillies' Mile at Newmarket. Her final start was at the Breeders Cup in Del Mar, California when she was drawn on the outside but still ran with huge credit. She looks sure to contest the biggest races in the racing calendar this season starting out at Newmarket in the QIPCO 1000 Guineas."

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