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Heritage Stallions adds son of Tapit to roster Heaven’s Glory (Jpn), a son of Tapit out of European champion filly Peeping Fawn (by Danehill), has joined the roster at Heritage Stallions in Chesapeake City, Md.

The impeccibly-bred gray 4-year-old arrived Jan. 12 and will stand his first season for private contract. By the leading sire in the nation the past three years, Heaven’s Glory is from the family of Australian super sire Redoute’s Choice (by Danehill), Belmont Stakes-G1 winners Jazil and Rags to Riches, champion Xaar (GB) and numerous graded/group stakes performers tracing back to Best in Show. His dam Peeping Fawn won four Group 1 races in 10 starts, including the Irish Oaks and Yorkshire Oaks; his second dam Maryinsky (Ire) (by Sadler’s Wells) was Group 1-placed at 2; his third dam Blush With Pride, by Blushing Groom (Fr), won the Kentucky Oaks-G1 and produced three graded/group winners including Broodmare of the Year and $14 million broodmare Better Than Honour.

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