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Lily's Angel wins at Meydan

Friday, 11th January, 2013 11:30am

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Lily's Angel wins at Meydan
Lily's Angel wins at Meydan

Kiltale trainer Ger Lyons was smiling in Dubai yesterday evening when Lily's Angel made a winning debut on her first start at Meydan.

Lily's Angel, owned by Clodagh Mitchell who lives near Trim, was winning for the fourth time in-a-row after winning twice at Dundalk and also at Leopardstown in 2012.

Gary Carroll, a grandson of the late Frankie Carroll from Kildalkey, partnered Lily's Angel to success in the Longines Saint Imier Handicap.

A delighted trainer tweeted this morning:

Gd morn from Meydan,gr8 win last night for LA & she is very bright & well this morn.We have 4 at Dundalk later & M Mark has best chance. HGD

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