■ ■ The race has been held since 1920, and today the prize money totals five million euros, approximately three of which go to the winner. There are 15 horses on the grass track and the riding distance is 2,400 metres. It is open to horses 3 years of age or older, both horses and mares.
There’s a big jackpot at the High Five, and the mare is a tough Irish mare.
My advice go to 4 Tarnawa. Legendary coach Dermot Weld looks positive and thinks she’s advanced after her last race. She has the talented Christophe Sommillon as a jockey and has won the track before. Then it was a heavy track, rain is expected on Sunday on the track, so conditions look right.
15 Snowfall He was born in Japan but trained by Irishman Aidan O’Brien. She is a three year old mare and has the lowest weight ever, only 55 kg. It can be a huge advantage if it becomes a difficult track and you arrange it under the most likely right conditions.
There has never been a Japanese victory in racing history. Maybe Takashi Saito wants to change that and take advantage of it 7 Chromo Genesis. He has a bit of a tough stance at first, but all year round they aimed to get the horse in good shape for this race. The five-year-old mare won several major races at home in Japan and earned over nine million euros. It should not be ignored here.
Britain’s coach Charlie Appleby has a pair in the race and they may both be worth the extended run. 10 days It was received late at a cost of 120 thousand euros. This indicates that you are satisfied with the preparations and are ready to invest here. He has won both the Epsom and King George Derby this year, two major races for three-year-olds in the UK.
But also the stable partner 11 Hurricane Line It starts by chance here. The coach himself finds it difficult to separate the opportunities, although first jockey William Buick chose to ride Adayar. Hurricane Lane won six out of seven races in his career and I don’t want to play without him in the patch.
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