Litex purebred a sensation in Germany, wins the Munich Grand Prix

A Litex purebred horse devastated the competition in one of the most celebrated race events in Europe. The four year old mare Temida with jockey Philip Minarik won undisputed the Munich Grand Prix, striding two whole lengths in front of her opponents in the 2400 meter discipline. The race is from "Group 1" and many of the most prestigious stables in the old continent participated in it. Temida's win was widely covered in the German press.

The mare is considered a sensation this season in horse racing Germany. The mare won 1st place in the Hamburg Grand Prix and came in 2nd in Baden Baden. The interesting thing is, that Temida is a debutant in high level racing events, but that doesn't stop her winning streak.

"To win in Munich is like becoming a champion in the Bundesliga. A very strong race for Litex, one that surprised the experts. Everyone predict a great future for her, and she hasn't even started showing her full potential yet. At the end of the track the jockey even spared her, as she was far along in front of everyone else. This is our greatest success so far, but our name is about to be heard much more often", said Milcho Milchev, manager of Litex Stables in Cologne.

Check out the video of the race: