Ten Sovereigns last in Yes Yes Yes Everest
There was no Pleasure for the British and Irish raiders on Saturday at Australia with Ten Sovereigns when finishing last in The Everest – won from Yes Yes Yes.
Trained by Chris Waller of Winx fame and ridden by veteran jockey Glen Boss who directed Makybe Diva Yes was among the final runners to secure a spot in the A$14 million race at Randwick.
However, there was no fluke in his success as he smashed the track record in the process.
July Cup winner Six Sovereigns neglected to overcome a rival and not traveled for Ryan Moore.
You get here, you stand to the cubes 100m and you have to acquire gold. I swear, that is simply an unbelievable experience I have only experienced there, Boss informed www.racenet.com.au.
That is huge. What a feeling! This takes me back into 2005 (Makybe Divas next Melbourne Cup).
Waller stated:Theres so much at risk running a colt at a race like this but then again there is so much to profit.
He can always be the first colt to acquire Your Everest and it certainly wont have a harmful impact in his stud career simply as it isnt a Group One.
Japanese raider Mer De Glace swooped late to win the Caulfield Cup to provide a win in five years to the state after the success of Admire Rakti.
Vow And Declare was next with the Sir Michael Stoute-trained Mirage Dancer in third ahead of Aidan OBriens former inmate Constantinople.
Ebor winner Mustajeer, now coached in Australia, finished well to claim sixth. Ed Dunlops Red Verdon and Ian Williams Gold Mount both endured troubled passages finishing 12th and eighth respectively.
Winning jockey Damian Lane, that awakened the winner in Japan twice to success, persuaded coach Hisashi Shimizu to create the trip.
Speaking through a translator, Shimizu said:It is an awesome experience to be here and Im so happy at the moment.
This win will be quite big in Japan, everyone knows about the Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival back home so Im sure there is going to be a whole great deal of very happy people there.
One of my main aims was to win a Group One race internationally, theyre not easy to acquire. Im so proud of this horse as well as the jockey, he rode a terrific race so Im very thankful to him.
Adhering to the race Constantinople was made general favourite for the Melbourne Cup.
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