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Frankel-sired Soul Stirring captured the second jewel in the filly’s Triple Crown on Sunday, comfortably winning the Japanese Oaks at Tokyo Racecourse.

Runaway favorite Soul Stirring did her legendary father of 10 Grade 1 wins proud, bouncing back from last month’s disappointment of finishing third in the first race of the series, the 1,600-meter Oka-sho, by nosing the line in 2 minutes, 24.1 seconds over 2,400 meters on firm going.

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