Final Fields Confirmed For QIPCO British Champions Day

October 22, 2019

Magical made nine final announcements for QIPCO British champion Stakes on Saturday’s Ascot Championship Day.

Aidan O’Brien’s female horse won the Irish trophy and won second place in the Coral Erosion and Yorkshire Oaks earlier this season. Her coach chose this weekend. The 10 Furlong competition held in Ascot. The stable partner I can fly also participated in the competition.

Magical has participated in the Queen Elizabeth II Grand Prix and the Fillies & Mares Grand Prix, but chose the Champion option, where she will face William Haggas’s well-trained backup Addeybb.

Haggas said: “He is good enough, I don’t know. He has a lot of discoveries in the book, but he is a smart horse, likes the soft ground and the pace of galloping, just like he is in the Royal Asco The same great victory in the special car.

“The next time in York, it was soft but not soft enough – it was ‘dry’ and he wanted it to be soaked. It didn’t rain last year. We have been training him, waiting for him to stand firm in the championship, that day He did not try his best.

“This time his preparations are different, let Newmarket let us gallop him before the game on Friday, it is amazing, because he will benefit from it. If I can choose him in today’s game, he should Performed very well.”

John Gosden and Cracksman won the last two renewals, this time he ran twice. Coronet won the first group of matches in France in the last two races, while Mehdaayih last owed in the Longchamp Opera Grand Prix (Prix de l’Opera) Good, is performing a search task.

Saturday will be the ninth QIPCO British Championship Day, and Gosden pays tribute to the day: “It has become more and more powerful in many ways.

“The Jockey Club’s Julian Muscat recorded how many senior horses ran at the conference, and we had several good results, quick results and really good results.

“We (this time) just got more rain, but look at what happened in Longchamp; that game became very heavy in 48 hours. It is autumn, it may happen, but I think we still have some very Good horses from all over Europe.”

He added: “Since winning the [Darley Prix Jean] Romanet crown in Deauville on August 18, we have been waiting for her to participate in the QIPCO Championship. We are very happy with her, as I said, this already has For a while.

“We are very excited about her two first group wins this year. She is such a tenacious female, she will retire after this game.”

Japan’s Deirdre, riding by Oisin Murphy, is the only international challenger, while Sir Michael Stoute runs Regal Reality for Cheveley Park Stud.

The venue was completed by Pondus of James Fanshawe and the auxiliary Fox Tal from the Andrew Balding dock.

Japan was the most striking defector on Thursday morning.

Large field of championship sprint
Martiny Meade’s advert (Advertise) took 17 seats in the QIPCO British Championship Sprint contest in Ascot on Saturday.

Advertise has won the Commonwealth Cup and the Maurice De Geist Grand Prix this season and will serve Frankie Dettori.

Haydock sprint cup champion Hello Youmzain leads Kevin Ryan (the last three of the game) who is also Brando (the final three). Tin people, Libra and Mali Sands all won the bid for the second time.

When Ryan talked about his couple, he said: “It has always been their plan to go there with both of them. They are in good health. Both of them are standing on the Ascot race track. The heel, I hope they can participate in the game, which will be a good season for them.

“Some horses, such as the Golden Slippers [Ryan’s Prix de l’Abbaye Champion], took time, but Hello Youmzain immediately stood up and fulfilled our request for him.

“He is a young horse, only three. We have been taking care of him this year. I hope that in the long run, this will bring a bonus. He is a very exciting horse.

“Brando is an experienced warrior who will compete in every big occasion. He has performed well in the past and is a star, a good horse with excellent performance. He broke the blood vessel last time, it seems Once a year. Unfortunately, this happened on the racetrack, but he is very good.”

The Tin Man will participate in the competition for the fifth consecutive year. His coach James Fanshawe said: “He has been a frequent visitor to the competition and won a championship. Last year, he may not have been running in Haydock last year ( When it won the Sprint Cup, it didn’t reach its best.

He said: “This time his body is healthy and fresh. At this time of the year, their coats are worn, you never know, but he looks really good.

“Our mid-summer schedule is not correct, which is why he went to Newbury (to participate in the bet365 Hackwood bet) instead of going to the Maurice De Geist Grand Prix.

“Newbury has done a good job after the break. The last time he did well in Haydock’s Sprint Cup. Oise (Murphy) said he was a bit unlucky because he fell a bit.