Champion turf female Tepin, seen here with Julien Leparoux up winning the Grade I Jenny Wiley at Keeneland in April, worked four furlongs on Friday in her first move since winning the Group I Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot in June.
Champion turf female Tepin, seen here with Julien Leparoux up winning the Grade I Jenny Wiley at Keeneland in April, worked four furlongs on Friday in her first move since winning the Group I Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot in June. Photos by Z Keeneland Photos
Champion turf female Tepin, seen here with Julien Leparoux up winning the Grade I Jenny Wiley at Keeneland in April, worked four furlongs on Friday in her first move since winning the Group I Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot in June. Photos by Z Keeneland Photos

Champion Tepin posts first workout since Queen Anne triumph

July 22, 2016 03:03 PM

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