Australian Bloodstock Celebrate French Stake Success
Tara Madgwick - Tuesday June 11
Fresh from winning the Group II BRC Brisbane Cup last Saturday with talented import Sixties Groove (IRE), the Australian Bloodstock colours were back in winning form in France overnight carried by Redoute's Choice gelding Danceteria to victory in the Group III Longchamp La Coupe.

Redoute's Choice is the sire of French G3 winner DanceteriaAlready a Listed winner in France earlier this year, the David Menuisier trained four year-old settled back in the field and unwound a powerful finish to charge home and win the 2000m contest by a length.

Danceteria has won six of 14 starts and obviously has plenty of staying potential.

He is a half-brother to stakes-winner Blossomtime from stakes-winner Bal De La Rose, who is a half-sister to Group I winner and leading sire Lope de Vega.

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