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The two commercial projects - namely Top Glory Tower in Hong Kong, as well as Ocean One and Fraser Suites Top Glory Shanghai - are located in commercially vibrant areas.
The eight-year-old mare, sold by the Haras du Logis St Germain, is a half-sister to Listed winner Top Glory, and her second dam, Group 2 Pretty Polly Stakes winner Claire's Slipper, pro-duced Grade 1 scorer Dou-ble Bed.
While her friends are busy with their dolls, nine-year-old Lucy trains four times a week with the Newcastle Academy of Gymnastics at the Benfield Centre of Excellence, perfecting the skills she hopes will one day win big top glory.