Anamoe Takes Ninth Group One Win at George Ryder
Godolphin’s shock goal choice anamoe Within the George Ryder Stakes (G1) as an alternative of the Ranvet Stakes (G1) on the identical card, the champion racehorse was proper on March 18 when he notched his ninth group 1 success in thrilling model.
A $1.80 favorite on the 11 runners’ course, Anamoe sprinted ahead with 100 meters to go over the outer barrier by a large dash, then stopped his late assault. fangirl to win with a protracted neck.
“THIS IS ANAMOE’S GEORGE RYDER!”
The champion labored onerous to win their ninth Group 1 right now!@mcacajamez @JamesCummings88 @godolphin pic.twitter.com/8mRiwnNLngJ
– SKY Racing (@SkyRacingAU) March 18, 2023
convergenceThe ultimate begin was the winner of the Canterbury Stakes (G1), taking second place, main a lot of the competitors. Artorius three-quarters of the winner completed fourth in size.
Anamoe’s group 1 victories typically got here with easy class, however Anamoe’s son Street Boss even endured three wide passes to claim his first George Ryder Stakes win.
Still, the colt showed imperious endurance to complement his unquestionable talent.
“He got into the fight today,” said winning trainer James Cummings. “I don’t think he did his best on the really hot days when he was sweating freely in the garden, but in third he was still very fit, we kept him sharp for 1500 (meters) and he’s a real danger by stepping 2000 (meters) next time.
“Queen Elizabeth will go undefeated in this campaign. These are good horses from George Ryder, it’s an old race and we should be happy with the horse.”
Anamoe will face off against British trained Ranvet Stakes (G1) winner on Saturday Dubai Honor On April 8, there will be a mouthwatering renewal of the Queen Elizabeth Stakes (G1) at Randwick.
Cummings said he was humiliated by the reception given to Anamoe by the 21,000-strong crowd in Rosehill.
“Having a follower is something special for Anamoe,” he added. “We’re so focused on the ancestor and the process that we don’t dwell on it too much. But on a day like today, you’re amazed at the beauty and atmosphere of returning with a large crowd.”
Mr. Brightside Gives Hayes Brothers All-Star Mile Victory
fan favorite Mr. Brightside He cemented his place in Victorian racing folklore by winning the All-Star Mile (G1) on Saturday in Moonee Valley.
crocodile bloodThe $2.70 AUD favorite finished fourth as his fight broke out on the straight.
Mr. Brightside, winner of last year’s Doncaster Mile (G1), took his biggest jackpot with Luke Currie replacing injured Craig Williams.
Big congratulations to the Flemington team @lindsayparkrace their big #AllStarMile Win with Mr. Brightside 🙌⭐️pic.twitter.com/X8d5iYpvA0
— Victoria Racing Membership (@FlemingtonVRC) March 18, 2023
“He jumped fully and landed again on the Alligator Blood after which, because the race went on, he went again to the again of the Nugget on the fence,” mentioned the successful driver.
“When Daniel Moor left (I am on Thunderstruck at 600 yards) the pitch acquired a little bit crowded after which whether or not I used to be going to get down (from the fence) and comply with Alligator Blood or exit and get clear run and comply with, I am struck by Lightning round them, I selected to do this.
“Blake (Shinn in Crocodile Blood) solid some magic and located his approach and I assumed ‘it could be over from there.’ However when my horse caught him, I knew there was a combat and he was so robust right now.”
Mr. Brightside gained the Doncaster Mile, giving Ben and JD Hayes their first group 1 victory as a partnership, and the 5-year-old added one other trophy to their trophy.
“I am nonetheless pinching myself, it is only a large thrill,” mentioned JD Hayes. “We’re at the moment experiencing a little bit of a purple patch and hopefully it may proceed.
“This horse is only a lovely animal; he wears his coronary heart on his sleeve and tries onerous.
“It was a ten-tenth of Luke Currie’s drive. All due respect to Craig Williams, he put plenty of work into it and we caught him simply in time.”
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