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Hyperion

Hyperion
Hyperion won the 1932 Dewhurst Stakes and the Derby and St Leger in 1933.

By Gainsborough, Hyperion was the smallest Derby winner since Little Wonder in 1840 and was one of the Horses of the Century.

"Hyperion" is also the nom de plume of www.greatracehorses.net`s Editor Robert Bishop.

"Hyperion" was in Germany in Koln, Berlin and Frankfurt for the 2006 World Cup and is pictured above with the German coach Jurgen Klinsmann and the World Cup itself on 30 June in Berlin just before the Hosts beat Argentina in one of the games of the Tournament (Robert Bishop)

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Great Racehorses of the World is based in Sydney and London.

The Great Racehorses team has followed top class international horseracing for over fourty years and has developed its own unique approach to rating leading horses.

Great Racehorses' horse biographies are for personal use only and may not be reproduced, copied or reissued without the prior written permission of Great Racehorses.

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