Rob Hornby and Irish
Derby champion Westover were reunited at Paris Longchamp for the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe.
He will take over from Colin Keane. who won the Irish Derby on the Ralph Beckett-trained colt. Hornby lost the ride on the three-year-old after placing third in the Kazoo Derby. Colin Keane later won the Irish Derby before disappointing King George at Ascot. Hornby raced the homebred owned by Juddmonte that won the Sandown Classic Trial before coming in third to Desert Crown in the Derby. Before he finished fifth in the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes. Irish champion jockey Keane took his spot at the Curragh. I’m going to ride him in the Arc. which is quite exciting. I’m really looking forward to getting back on him. It was confirmed yesterday evening. Hornby said of Luck. Rob Hornby and Irish
St. Leger: The Doncaster Classic.
He appears to be in good shape; I’ve ridden him in each of his last four races. The Aidan O’Brien-trained Luxembourg is currently the favourite at 4-1, while Westover, a son of Frankel, is a general 16-1 chance for the Arc after winning three of his seven races. The rerouted Bath Summer Series Stayers’ Final (3:50) features an outstanding lineup of 16 runners, and the prize money in this competitive but moderately priced heat is a hefty £25,000. champion of the course and distanceSinging For the Rod Millman team, the Blues will probably take some damage, but Eagle Court is expected to carry the most weight thanks to Harry Davies’ 3 lb weight loss.
After a fall in Galway, an apprentice jockey.
While Copperplate had two wins and two seconds in his previous four starts under the guidance of Richard Hughes, the three-year-old was victorious at Chelmsford on Thursday. Millman also runs Master Gray, with Tyler Heard at the helm. Thefastandthefurious for the Richard Spencer team presents an intriguing opposition for Christine Dunnett’s five-year-old mare, who impressed while winning last month. She has been off for 388 days, but when she does, Tom Marquand will be riding for her.
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