Tenth SW for Epaulette
Tara Madgwick - Monday July 1
24 hours after siring his ninth stakes-winner with a Listed win in Ireland for Insignia of Rank, Epaulette added a tenth when four year-old mare Lapulced'acqua took out the Group III Premio del Giubileo at San Siro in Italy.

EpauletteFourth in the Group II Italian Oaks last year, Lapulced'acqua scored a half length win in the 1m1f feature and has now won three of 14 starts.

Lapulced'acqua is the best of two winners from Rosa del Ponte, a half-sister by Authorized to stakes-winners Ransom Shift and Rosa Eglanteria.

She is the tenth stakes-winner for Epaulette and is his second in the Northern Hemisphere.

A dual Group I winner by Commands, Epaulette stands at Darley in the Hunter Valley at a fee of $27,500 this spring.
He was in hot form over the weekend with a winning double at Rosehill, read about it here.

Epaulette in upcoming sales:
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