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June 19, 2013 - Asc
Prince of Wales's Stakes
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Mar 30, 2013 -Mey
Dubai World Cup
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Mar 9, 2013 - Mey
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Jamie Spencer was born June 8, 1980 in County Tipperary, Ireland. He is married to Emma, daughter of former English trainer Lynda Ramsden. He also is the godson of Irish racing and breeding kingpin John Magnier, owner of Coolmore Stud. His father George was a trainer in Ireland, best known for 1963 Champion Hurdle winner Winning Fair. Spencer won the 2009 Arlington Million aboard Cape Blanco
Side Glance is the only performer of note by Passing Glance. A son of the Nureyev stallion Polar Falcon, Passing Glance was Germany's highweight older miler of 2003, courtesy of a successful raid on Baden-Baden in the Oettingen-Rennen. He also took that season's Sovereign Stakes at Salisbury and the 2004 Diomed at Epsom. Passing Glance is out of the prolific mare Spurned, the dam of six other stakes performers, including Group 3 winner Hidden Meadow and Group 2-placed stakes scorers Scorned and Kingsclere.
Side Glance's dam, Averami, won once in England. She is also responsible for Rawaki, who garnered black-type when third in the Braveheart Handicap at Hamilton on May 17.
Averami is by the smart sprinter Averti, winner of the five-furlong King George at Glorious Goodwood in 1997 and placegetter in such top-level dashes as the Prix de l'Abbaye de Longchamp and the Nunthorpe at York. The Warning stallion went on to sire an Abbaye winner in Avonbridge, Europe's champion sprinter of 2005, and his other headliner, speedy juvenile Wunders Dream, captured the Flying Childers and Molecomb in 2002.
Side Glance descends from the same family as Australian Group 1 winner Markham, the third-place finisher in the 1997 Melbourne Cup. But his most illustrious relatives are further back -- 1978 Epsom/Irish Derby star and influential sire Shirley Heights; Pentire, another multiple highweight and successful sire; and two-time European champion filly Divine Proportions.
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