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Hungarian-trained racehorse Overdose won the Hoppegarten race in Berlin, Germany, at his first race this year following a six-month break, the horse's co-owner, Zoltán Mikóczy told reporters.
Overdose, whom some have called the "Hungarian Seabiscuit," fell ill with laminitis, a chronic inflammation of the hoof, in 2009.
The horse had won all 14 of its races until losing in Baden-Baden in August last year. However, on Sunday the six-year-old stallion once again triumphed and confidently came first. Overdose's jockey was three-time German champion jockey Andreas Suborics.