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  • In a European clean sweep of the big races on the card, Alain de Royer-Dupré's Reggane took the EP Taylor Stakes.

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  • France: 210 tests, mostly at Reggane and Ekker in Algeria, and Fangataufa and Moruroa in French Polynesia.

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  • British horse Reggane, a 10-1 pick, claimed the $1 million, Grade I E.P.

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  • The jockey, who admitted that he had no thoughts that Reggane, whom he had never ridden before, could win the 1 1/4 mile turf event, seemed shell-shocked that the bay 4-year-old filly blew past Woodbine-based Miss Keller to win the 55th E.P.

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  • Reggane, owned and bred by by Haras de La Pereille and trained by Alain De Royer-Dupre, was open of eight European entrants in the 10 horse field, along with two trained by Attfield.

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  • The victory ensures Reggane, who had only won two races in her previous 11 races, an automatic entry into the Breeders' Cup Filly & Mare Turf on Nov. 5.

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  • Reggane looks a similarly classy type, who boasts solid form at a higher level.

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  • British-bred Reggane and scooped up the $600,000 winner's share of the Grade 1 E.P.Taylor

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  • France tested dozens of bombs near the Sahara Desert town of Reggane in Algeria, both before and after the former French colony won independence in 1962.

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  • Ridden by Richard Hills for his trainer father Barry, Ghanaati (2-1 favourite) hit the front with two furlongs (400 metres) to go and readily held off French raider Reggane (9-1) by two lengths.

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