Horse Racing

Kyprios Slips To Turrets, Still Easily Beats Cadran

There may never be another Yeats entering the gates of Ballydoyle but if Kyprios could stick around for a few more years, when Aidan O’Brien and his team will witness even more feats in the best stay races.

In his win at the October 1 Qatar Prix du Cadran (G1), he achieved something that made his illustrious predecessor skip three times, while O’Brien now has his first success. in a race that steadfastly refused to smile at him.

It is certain that very few horses will leave the high-quality yard of those who stay panting before it is their turn to go home in the more than two and a half mile Group 1 races the way their 4-year-old son has gone. Galileo On Saturday, Ryan Moore refused to give his partner a chance to lose interest after toying with his rivals.

When asked about letting his horse strut away from home by far the most test yard he’s encountered this year, Ryan Moore said: “Really it’s just to try to keep it going. .”

While Moore admitted to being nervous as Kyprios began walking across the yawning vast expanse of Paris, straight to Longchamp’s home – he ended up seeking railway shelter by the stands – there was no any hint of optimism about this wonderful lodger who raced for Moyglare, Magnier, Tabor and company.

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“He’s a wonderful horse, and it’s a privilege to have him,” said O’Brien. “He has an unbelievable ability to cover any distance. Obviously he has an incredible heart and lungs. Ryan has ridden him all the way and against all odds. his player only fell when they turned into a straight line and he was left there.

“That’s what happened when he was going straight. He lost a shoe halfway, maybe when he turned. Maybe it was a bit of an excuse, maybe maybe not so.” t, but I think he’s been left behind for too long. “

O’Brien confirmed that Kyprios is most likely to have finished the season, but he and we have an intriguing prospect to look forward to when the top stay accolades emerge next season, ample compensation. Abundant for those who will miss another luxurious chestnut in this arena, Stradivarius (IRE).

There are 20 lengths back to the desperate fight for seconds—Almacado Gree only the better of Tashkhan with Princess Zoe and Lismore were present — but coach Brian Ellison had nothing but admiration for his third home.

Ellison said of Tashkhan: “(Jockey) Ben (Robinson) just said that having run four times on the ground fast, he didn’t know if he was thinking about it (early). believe, he raced a little better.

“But the winner is a machine, isn’t he? Just another ball game. This is just a cheap horse, and he never lets me down. We can go to Ascot, and if not, we’ll be back here for Royal- Oak (G1); I think that would be more likely.”

Ellison added: “He’ll never run on the ground fast again. When he ran in York, he just told me to blow up, he didn’t.

“He just wants soft ground, and you’re not going to see that guy all the time.”

Bruno Audouin forged a small rope and had a star stay Holdthasigreen winner of this race in 2019.

He said of runner-up Almacado Gree: “It feels like winning, and although he’s not the same stallion as my other good stayers, he allows us to have the same dream.”



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