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Today they run Ramonti, an ex-Italian regular who has been firmly put in his place by Peeress.
Peeress enjoyed her biggest success to date when claiming the mile prize by a length and three-quarters from the ill-fated Majors Cast last May.
Peeress proved far too smart for her rivals in last year's contest and confirmed herself to be a top-notch campaigner by lifting the Lockinge on her seasonal reappearance back in May.
Other people's opinions matter less - unless they are medical" Tory peeress Baroness Trumpington, 89, on growing old.
A BRAVE Labour peeress successfully fought off an alleged mugger.
00) in the mile maiden given that this sister to topclass Peeress shaped with plenty of promise when runner-up on her debut at Windsor three weeks ago.
The New market-based stud added Nannina, Peeress, Confidential Lady and Echelon to its roster of mares at the end of the turf season.
The agreements together give NextMart ownership of the Peeress women's clothing brand; usage rights to Guifuren 2.
Peeress holds out standing claims in what looks a slightly below-par renewal of the Juddmonte Lockinge Stakes at Newbury today.
PEERESS can present trainer Sir Michael Stoute with back-to-back victories in today's Juddmonte Lockinge Stakes at Newbury.
Sir Michel Stoute holds the aces here with a powerful double entry in Jeremy and the popular mare Peeress.
Nannina and Peeress are likely to begin their respective campaigns in the Juddmonte Lockinge Stakes on May 19.
Leading the way on the opening day is Peeress in the Queen Anne Stakes, a race Stoute has won three times in the past six years.
PEERESS was a game winner of the Juddmonte Lockinge Stakes to become the third female to take the prestigious Newbury prize over a mile.
THE old firm of Stoute and Fallon hit the jackpot at Newbury when Peeress landed the Lockinge.