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John Oxx retires My Titania

My Titania, a Group Three winner during her two-year-old season, has been retired.

The John Oxx-trained filly looked to have a very bright future when landing the C.L. Weld Park Stakes, but has not found things going to plan since and her three-year-old campaign was delayed until Royal Ascot.

A fine fourth to Rizeena in the Coronation Stakes at that meeting promised much for the daughter of Sea The Stars, only for her to run just once more during that year, when third at the Curragh the following month.

Three outings this year have failed to yield a win and she was seventh of nine to Boccia Baciata in the Dance Design Stakes at the Curragh on Sunday.

Oxx said: "It has been decided to retire her to the paddocks. We had high hopes for her, but she's had her problems and is not running up to her previous form. She is a lovely filly and a lovely looker.

"She's a Group Three winner, and hopefully she can produce something good."

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