"I love you so much, you bring my feelings to heights I can't reach by other horses." The open-hearted world-class jockey, Frankie Dettori was able to keep his emotions barely in the fence, after which he has with the six year old Mare Enable within four years, for the third Time, the King George VI & Queen Elizabeth II Stakes at Ascot won. With the arrival of the almost 70-year history of the race, no horse.
For the Italian Dettori, it was the seventh success in the King George, he moved with the British jockey legend Lester Piggott. The race is the Prix de l'arc de the most important test Triomphe over 2400 metres for three year olds and older horses in Europe. Although it went up to almost 250,000 euros in prize money, competed in this year only three horses, the John Gosden supervised the Enable and two horses of Irish Trainer Aidan O'brien. The three-year-old Irish Derby winner Sovereign made on the rain sodden turf the pace, behind the Enable and the four-year-old Japan remained in the target straight into it.
But made as Dettori on the Mare Seriously, everything was decided quickly, she won the eleventh group I race with five and a half lengths ahead of Sovereign. "She is good enough to win the Arc, also a third Time," said Dettori on the big goal of the season in October. In the previous year, you missed this record only just, she was intercepted in front of the goal from the German-owned forest spirit, meanwhile, stallion,.Updated Date: 26 July 2020, 10:19