Horse Racing

Sun Chariot Poser takes center stage

There is hardly a mile contest stronger all season than the G1 Royal Bahrain Sun Chariot S. on Saturday, with a division dominated by fillings set to re-measure such as Saffron Beach (Ire) (New Bay {GB}) joins the battle with Homeless Song (Ire) (Frankel {GB}) on Newmarket’s Rowley Mile. While the division’s best individual race is still Queen Anne S. G1, where Baaeed (GB) (GB)Sea The Stars {Ire}) mastered the Real World (Ire) (Dark Angel {Ire}), in fact both of them had left the building for different reasons. Those in a cluster below are Inspiral (GB) (Frankel {GB}), the two mentioned above, and Coroebus (Ire) (Dubawi {Ire}) and Indigenous Trail (GB) (Oasis dream {GB}).

Before hitting the ground too deep at Leopardstown’s G1 Matron S. three weeks ago, Sangsters’ Saffron Beach and James Wigan were on an upward trajectory and she was back on the track where she was. launched a three-way hit to Mother Earth (Ire) (Zoffany {Ire}) in the last 12 months. “The scales don’t lie and she’s gained 4 kilos since she arrived in Leopardstown,” says trainer Jane Chapple-Hyam. “She looks stronger now and the feedback from her riders has also been very positive.”

The song Homeless failed to be picked up as fourth in Matron in her first warm-up since her electric performance in G1 Irish 1000 Guineas, but the connections of Rising Star TDN was expecting a bolder performance. Moyglare’s Fiona Craig said: “She’s a little too short to get to Leopardstown. “The ground was very firm, we couldn’t work on the grass but since then we’ve had a bit of rain and she’s been able to settle down a bit.”

Peers Laurel Rising Star TDN (GB) (King {GB}) is an unexpected addition from often cautious connections that even allow for the exciting nature of her Kempton novice win just 10 days ago. It says that the daughter of Promising Lead (GB) (Danehill) has abundant qualities, but the opposite of two adults and those who like Prosperous Trip (Ire) (Zoffany {Ire}) and Mrs. Fitzherbert (Ire) (King {GB}) she would have to possess Baaeed-like abilities to cause discomfort at this nascent stage of her career. “We may have been a little unfair to her, but we’re in early October and the chances are few and far between,” said Juddmonte’s Barry Mahon. “We just felt that we were going to have a little bit of a hard time at a big point and if she can finish in the first year, that will help her develop well for her 4-year-old campaign.”

Elleegant’s Presence

ParisLongchamp launch weekend and arrival of Australian megamare Verry Elleegant (NZ) (Zed {NZ}) in the 14-round G1 Qatar Prix de Royallieu tournament is undoubtedly one of the main themes of the Saturday card. Whether or not Jomara Bloodstock pioneer should join this particular lineup is now academic and Mark Zahra may try to adjust to soften the controversial blow connections of the week. Her story is still a remarkable one even though the politics of her Arc are not good and this is a mare with no limits to distance and the kind of versatility these opponents will never know when using the G1 Winx S. 2020 more than seven feathers and the latest version of the G1 Melbourne Cup by four lengths over two miles.

A thorn in his side?

Ballydoyle has had some brilliant long hauls over the years, but perhaps never has one man done so much in such a short time. Kyprios (Ire) (Galileo {Ire}). Even the great Yeats (Ire) failed to win the Gold Cup-Goodwood Cup-Irish St Leger treble in 2006 and the way the Moyglare crossbreed experienced the September 11 Curragh feature on the ground that perhaps should compromise with him showing he can go half way and deliver a quartet of unique staycations in the G1 Qatar Prix du Cadran. The problem is that he has to overcome an opponent of unknown boundaries currently in Quickthorn (GB) (Nathaniel {Ire}). For the last time, Lady Blyth’s 5-year-old suddenly explodes on a living surface on York’s Knavesmire to destroy the very exemplary Coltrane (Ire) (The Craftsman {Ire}) in 14 lengths during the G2 Trophy. Lonsdale August 19 and has significant track experience here won the G2 Prix Maurice de Nieuil July 14.

Another Burrows Special?

Massaat (Ire) (Teophilo {Ire}), Hukum (Ire) (Sea The Stars {Ire}) and Minzaal (Ire) (Mehmas {Ire}). Three reasons to praise the art of Owen Burrows, who continues his humble alchemy act for Shadwell and the master of Farncombe Down is poised for other heights in the 4-year-old Anmaat (Ire) (Awtaad {Ire}). After producing a strong performance to win Haydock’s G3 Rose of Lancaster S. four times ago on August 6, he headed to Bois de Boulogne for the G2 Qatar Prix Dollar, where he encountered a varied but strong objections from the likes of the popular gray Ecurie Jean -Pierre Barjon Wally (Ire) (Siyouni {Fr}), Godolphin’s ongoing Fabre project Botanik (Ire) (Golden Horn {GB}), former G1 hero QIPCO Champion S. Addeybb (Ire) (Pivotal {GB}) and two Rising Star TDN Children 3 years old in West Wind Blows (Ire) (Teophilo {Ire}) and Lassaut (Fr) (Almanzor {Fr}). “He’s a light racehorse this year and this has been the plan since Haydock, as unfortunately there isn’t too much racing for him,” said Burrows. “The fingers are over, if he continues on his upward curve he could be the one to knock on next year’s door in all of the world’s top races.”

Next step for Erevann

Hosted entries at both Ascot’s G1 Queen Elizabeth II S. and G1 QIPCO Champion S., The Aga Khan’s Rising star TDN Erevann (Fr) (Dubawi {Ire}) can make minds of connections stick more than a mile for G2 Qatar Prix Daniel Wildenstein. Based on his most recent third in Deauville’s G1 Prix Jacques le Marois August 14, the light campaign son of a former Ascot heroine in Ervedya (Fr) (Siyouni {Fr}) could be one of the top players on Championship Day if he trades with the 2020 QEII hero The Revenant (GB) (Dubawi {Ire}) and Sheikh Mohammed Obaid Al Maktoum unexposed Three times (Ire) (Frankel {GB}). Elsewhere, there’s a slight problem with The King’s first black runner King’s Lynn (GB) (Cable Bay {Ire}) in the movie Rous S.

Confirmed fields for Arc . cards

Sunday’s G1 Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe card was finalized on Friday, with strong representation abroad as is customary throughout the five Group 1 races in support. At the G1 Qatar Prix Jean-Luc Lagardere, the juvenile Ballydoyle team came out ahead of the G1 Middle Park S. runner-up on Saturday. Antarctica (Ire) (Dark Angel {Ire}), who takes the seventh long shot for the first time, while Marcel Boussac of G1 Qatar Prix The never ending story (Ire) (Dubawi {Ire}) flags. She’s up against two undefeated TDN Rising Stars in Wertheimers’ Kelina (Ire) (Frankel {GB}) and Gestut Fahrhof’s Habana (Ger) (King {GB}), while there is also a pair TDN Rising Stars in G1 Prix de l’Opera Longines in Imad Al Sagar .’s top cartoons Nashwa (GB) (Frankel {GB}) and Coolmore’s On the curve (American pharoah). Jessie Harrington has added Moyglare’s G2 Prix de la Nonette winner Trevaunance (Ire) (Muhaarar {GB}) for an exciting extension that also features the absence of Arc Peter Bradley La Parisienne (Fr) (Zarak {Fr}) and the heroine Oaks Tuesday (GB) (Galileo {Ire}). By Gary Devlin A Case Of You (Ire) (Hot Streak {Ire}) returned to defend her title in the G1 Prix de l’Abbaye de Longchamp Longines but drew 19 of 19, while in the G1 Qatar Prix de la Foret Presente par Education Above All, there was a clash with two high achievements TDN Rising Stars In Kinross (GB) (King {GB}) and Tenebrism (Caravaggio) in the usual lamp parties.

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