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Roman aims to conquer MoulinPCMAX

2019年10月29日 category : 未分類 

Ken Condon believes Romanised is at ParisLongchamp on Sunday at the top of the game ahead of his return to France for the Prix du Moulin.

A surprise winner of last year Guineas, the son of Holy Roman Emperor struggled to make a substantial effect throughout the remainder of his effort, however, has really found his stride this season.
After attempts in defeat at the Queen Anne at Royal Ascot and the Lockinge at Newbury, the charge of Condon rediscovered the course in the Group Two Minstrel Stakes at the Curragh prior to slashing his tally.
With stable company Success Days for business more, Romanised spans the Channel for the following Group One assignment this weekend, along with his trainer is relishing the challenge.
“He seems very well. We’ve had four months since the Marois and we think he’s heading back to France in quite similar state,” stated the Rathbride-based trainer.
“Longchamp presents a different test, but we are very satisfied with him and it looks as if the floor will be someplace near great, which is very important to this horse. We did not want to wait until October, once the ground might have gone against him.
“As I mention, this is going to be a different test to Deauville, but we’re only focusing on trying to get the best out of our horse on the day and we’re going to see where that takes us”
Hopes will also be carried by the Aidan O’Brien-trained Circus Maximus.
Sussex Stakes runner-up and the St James’s Palace Stakes winner yields to a mile after evaporating from contention over a mile and a quarter in the Juddmonte International at York on his Most Recent outing.
A four-strong British challenge is Composed Of Spain of this Charlie Hills-trained Phoenix, Charlie Appleby’s Line Of Duty, Harry Dunlop’s stable star Robin Of Navan and Kick About from the lawn of John Gosden.
Phoenix kicked off his campaign with a great success from the Guineas, but has since neglected to conduct up to expectations in Royal Ascot and Goodwood.
“I left the decision to conduct him and I have been really happy with him the past couple weeks,” said Hills.
“Jamie (Spencer) came back and sat on him last week and he had been happy too. It appears like a race we must be in.”
Romanised in the Marois and renews competition Of Duty beat just over a span line.
Appleby said:”It was a really great run at Deauville on which his first start above a distance this season.
“He’s up against the first and the second from the Marois, therefore he has that gap to close, but we’ve been really satisfied with him since and a little bit of rain would not do him any injury.”
After winning a Group 2 in 15, robin Of Navan measures back up in grade.
“He has been ticking along well and we’re pleased with him. We put the cheekpieces on him in Germany and it seemed to really sharpen him up and he adored that race,” said Dunlop.
“I understand the quality of the race is not quite as great as the Moulin, however we’ve Christophe Soumillon booked to ride and fingers crossed the older boy will probably do himself pleased.”
Kick On was last seen winning the Group Three Sovereign Stakes at Salisbury, and Gosden said:”There is not really a Group two for himso we thought we would roll the dice in a Group One.
“He ran well in the Guineas. It was great to see him get his mind back ahead at Salisbury which would have done his confidence good.”
The field is completed by the past season’s French 2000 Guineas hero Olmedo (Jean-Claude Rouget), Marois runner-up Shaman (Carlos Laffon-Parias) along with also the Prince Khalid Abdullah-owned pair of Obligate (Pascal Bary) and Delaware (Andre Fabre).
While Delaware steps up in class after Listed, obligate won his first three starts before finishing third in Deauville and Group Three wins on his last few looks.
Fabre said:”He is progressing nicely, but that really is a major step up for him. We’ll find out how he gets , although I’m hoping he will run well.
“He’s related to Byword so that I know the family – he’s a powerful horse.
“We are just hoping for great ground. He won on soft time, but he is better on good.”
Elsewhere on the card, Appleby’s Al Dabaran puts his unbeaten record at Stake in the Group Three Prix des Chenes.
An impressive winner in his debut at Newmarket, Dubawi’s son followed up in the Proper Pat Eddery Stakes at Ascot in July and goes in search of the hat-trick that weekend.
“He is in good order and we are looking forward to stepping him up into the distance,” said Appleby of his charge, who’s an overall 33-1 chance for Classic honours next year.
“The speed angle may be the worry – we might have to make our own pace. We’ll see how it goes.
“Hopefully this can be a great improvement for him before we examine mile-and-a-quarter as well as mile-and-a-half races next year.”

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