News About: Littorio
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The five-year-old has now won three of four races this campaign and is currently in quarantine at Newmarket in England.…
Serious Cox Plate contender Littorio has been retired from racing despite his impressive victory in the Group 2 Makybe Diva Stakes at Flemington just nine days ago.
The decision came after trainer Nigel Blackiston was told the seven-year-old gelding had developed tendinitis in his good leg yesterday.
The injury is said …
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