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  • Video of the Week 14 September 2019

    Catalyst - Northland Breeders Stakes Grp3

     

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    • Ascot’s G2 QIPCO British Champions Long Distance Cup threw up an epic, with Kew Gardens (Ire) (Galileo {Ire}) denying Stradivarius (Ire) (Sea the Stars {Ire}) his second renewal in a pulsating finale. Sent to the front approaching two out by Donnacha O’Brien, the 7-2 second favourite was headed by Bjorn Nielsen’s 8-13 favourite a furlong later but stayed in the fight and regained the advantage in the final yards to prevail in a photo. “He got an unbelievable ride and is a brave horse,” Aidan O’Brien commented. “We were coming to the Gold Cup with him, but he got an injury and it set him back for the whole season and he barely got back to run at The Curragh [when second in the Sept. 15 G1 St Leger].” KEW GARDENS (IRE), c, 4, Galileo (Ire)–Chelsea Rose (Ire), by Desert King (Ire). O-Derrick Smith, Susan Magnier & Michael Tabor; B-Barronstown Stud (IRE); T-Aidan O’Brien; J-Donnacha O’Brien. £255,195. Lifetime Record: 17-6-5-2, £1,399,666. The post Galileo’s Kew Gardens Outbattles Stradivarius In the Long Distance Cup appeared first on TDN | Thoroughbred Daily News | Horse Racing News, Results and Video | Thoroughbred Breeding and Auctions. View the full article
    • There was a shock in the G1 QIPCO British Champions Sprint S. as King Power Racing’s Donjuan Triumphant (Ire) (Dream Ahead) swooped at 33-1 to deny the dual G1 Prix de la Foret heroine One Master (GB) (Fastnet Rock {Aus}). Covered up early by Silvestre de Sousa against the far rail, the 6-year-old who was last seen finishing runner-up in the Oct. 5 G3 Bengough S. over this course and distance was stopped in his run inside the final two furlongs but rallied to reel in the 4-1 joint-favourite in the final 50 yards and prevail by a length, with Forever In Dreams (Ire) (Dream Ahead) a neck away in third. “I had a great draw and didn’t want to come too soon, but he loves the mud,” his rider said. DONJUAN TRIUMPHANT (IRE), h, 6, Dream Ahead–Mathuna (Ire), Tagula (Ire). O-King Power Racing Co Ltd; B-Patrick Cosgrove & Dream Ahead Syndicate (IRE); T-Andrew Balding; J-Silvestre de Sousa. £330,693. Lifetime Record: 37-7-9-5, £805,013 The post Dream Ahead’s Donjuan Triumphant Wins the Sprint For King Power appeared first on TDN | Thoroughbred Daily News | Horse Racing News, Results and Video | Thoroughbred Breeding and Auctions. View the full article
    • Used to have some pretty fair goes on the NRL, however hard to follow the form so I don’t bother now. Great win just now for the NZ women’s 9’s over Oz.
    • Elmer Fudd lol
    • hard to take the yellow jacket off Elma Fudd 
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