Sunday, 11 October 2015

SACRED SUNDAY OCTOBER 11, REVIEW OF YESTERDAY'S HORSERACING ADVENTURE WITH CH4 HORSERACNG TEAM WHO BROUGHT US THE LIVE ACTION FROM NEWMARKET AND YORK. PRESENTED BY EMMA SPENCER AND NICK LUCK.

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Saturday October 17, 2015.
 ASCOT CHAMPIONS' DAY.
RACING POST PREVIEW CLUES FOR SATURDAY

PUBLISHED ON TUESDAY OCTOBER 13 2015


Lee Mottershead brings news  “Gosden says draw is key to Hobbs Champion bid . "

“JOHN GOSDEN fears over Golden Horn’s wide Arc stall proved groundless, but the season’s dominant trainer yesterday expressed similar anxiety when insisting luck of the draw could play a vital part in the outcome of Saturday’s Qipco Champion Stakes, for which the Gosden-trained Jack Hobbs is a red-hot favourite.

17 Oct 15 ASCOT Qipco Champion Stakes (British Champions Middle Distance) (Group 1) Cl1 1m2f

“David Simcock, responsible for leading fancy The Corsican, echoed Gosden’s fears on the day Jack Hobbs’ owner Godolphin strengthened their Champion challenge by supplementing Racing History for the centrepiece of Britain’s richest race meeting.
“Found, Vadamos and former champion winner Cirrus Des Aigles are among the other high profile names in a potentially 15 – strong field for a now £1,358,750 showpiece that seems increasingly likely to take place on drying ground.
“Jack Hobbs will be trying to continue an amazing season for Gosden, who’s horses have won more than £8.5 million in Europe. A sizeable chunk of that was accrued when Golden Horn overcame a stall 14 draw in the Prix de L’Arc de Triumphe, going into which the soon-t0-be-champion trainer was openly concerned about the horse’s starting berth.
“Eyeing Jack Hobbs’ Ascot challenge, Gosden said: “The key thing is the draw, believe it or not. They come into the first bend at Swinley Bottom pretty fast so we’ll all be hoping to be drawn one to eight. There won’t be room for all of us there, so let’s hope nobody feels hard done by with the draw.
“Also keen to raise the draw angle yesterday was Simcock, who said:  “I agree with John. The draw is massive and I would certainly like a draw between one and five.
“It looks like being a bigger field than we expected. It’s a big advantage over a mile and a quarter going into Swinley Bottom. "
“He added: “The Corsican did a good piece of work on Saturday and it’s all systems go. He handles the soft side of good and we are quietly confident. “
“That sort of ground has prevented Gleneagles from contesting any of four Group 1 goals between July and September, but he does at least appear likely to be declared for Saturday’s Qipco –backed  Queen Elizabeth 11 Stakes, for which he is second favourite behind Solow.

17 Oct 15 ASCOT Queen Elizabeth II Stakes Sponsored By Qipco (British Champions Mile) (Group 1) Cl1 1m

“Trainer Aidan O’Brien is keen to walk he track before making a final call and said yesterday: “He’ll be declared on Thursday and we’ll look at the ground.
“The fact it’s being run on the straight course is an advantage, but we have to be fair to the horse. We want to run him, and it’s just a case of hoping the ground is all right. "
“The surface at Ascot was yesterday described as good to soft on the straight course, and soft, good to soft in places, on the round course.
A Met Office  spokesperson said last night: “There is the chance of a few showers on Thursday and Friday but Ascot will probably miss them and should be set fair all the way through to Saturday.
“A continental fed is coming in from France. There will be drying conditions with not much dew or moisture in the air. "
“Regardless of the ground, Prince of Wales’s Stakes winner Free Eagle will not be returning to Ascot this weekend following his sixth in the Arc.
“Trainer Dermot Weld said: “I feel that, while he has come out of Longchamp well, he may need a bit of time between his races. No decision has been made on his long- term future. "

MORE CLUES FOR ASCOT QIPCO CHAMPIONS' DAY ON  SATURDAY
RACING POST PUBLISHED ON WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 14 2015
Fabre: “Vadamos can give Hobbs a fright” .

By Scott Burton 
Published in Racing Post  Wednesday October 14 Pages 1 – 3.
“ANDRE FABRE expects go close in Saturday’s showpiece Qipco Champion Stakes as the French master attempts to turn the tables on his Prix de L’Arc de Triomphe  conqueror John Gosden who runs hot favourite Jack Hobbs.
“Fabre was denied an eighth Arc victory when Golden Horn led home his two runners Flintshire and New Day, but he believes the lightly raced Vadamos will pose a big threat to Gosden's top-priced 11-8 shot.
 
"Vadamos, a general 8-1 chance  for his first crack at a Group 1, only joined Fabre last winter and has enjoyed a  low-key preparation for the Champion Stakes, landing a minor conditions race at Chantilly in June and the Group 2 Oettingen Rennen over a mile at Baden Baden last month.
 
"In between those two runs connections paid £43, 200 to supplement the four-year-old son of Monsun for the Prix Jacques le Marois - also over a mile - for him to be scratched on the morning of the race after spiking temperature. 
 
"I think the mile and a quarter will suit him perfectly, " said Fabre. "Remember he won at three over a  mile and a half. I am quite confident and he has been working very well. Obviously this is a Group 1 and these are different horses but I will be disappointed if he doesn't go close. "
17 Oct 15 ASCOT Qipco Champion Stakes (British Champions Middle Distance) (Group 1) Cl1 1m2f
 
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