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He is a class apart from any other horse around and does it all very easily Turning into the straight, I slipped him an inch of rein.
You don't have to do much on him. He's so competitive and he has a will to win like no other horse I've ridden. Lord Grimthorpe, the racing manager to the horse's owner, Khalid Abdullah, said: "There are two obvious races for him, the Juddmonte and the Champion Stakes [Ascot, October 20], but there is a gap of nearly two months between them, and Henry may decide to give him a race in between, possibly something like the Prix du Moulin [Longchamp, September 16].
This race was over 10 furlongs and was the first time that he raced over more than a mile. Consequently, there was much anticipation as to whether he would stay the extra distance.
Most striking, was the dominance Frankel's very high cruising speed gave him, particularly now upped in distance to 10 furlongs. This was his eighth consecutive European Group 1 victory, breaking the previous record of seven in a row set by Rock of Gibraltar.
It's great for Yorkshire and they deserved to see him. Writing a few days after the race, Marcus Armytage said: "Forget ratings, handicappers' assessments or any other method by which you measure one racehorse against another, it is unlikely that the world in either this or any previous generation has ever seen a better racehorse than Frankel What makes him unique is his ability to go a top class sprinter's pace over distance Frankel was expected to have only one more race in his career, and to stand as a stallion from Having demonstrated at York his ability comfortably to stay ten furlongs, there was speculation that there might be a change to his programme, with his final race being the twelve furlong mile and a half Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe at Longchamp in October.
The ground was more testing than he had faced hitherto, being soft, heavy in places, and the colt's participation had been in doubt until Lord Grimthorpe walked the course on the morning of the race and gave the go ahead.
In spite of losing several lengths at the start he beat the previous year's victor Cirrus des Aigles by one and three-quarter lengths, with Nathaniel a further two and a half lengths back in third.
He had attracted a sell-out crowd of 32,, who cheered him home from three furlongs out. After the race Prince Khalid Abdullah confirmed that the horse would be retired to stud.
Corine Barande-Barbe, trainer of Cirrus des Aigles, magnanimously said after the race: "It was a great day and it was like a victory to make Frankel gallop.
It was just brilliant and totally deserved. There was a bigger crowd at Royal Ascot but this was more intense. I don't know what I would have done if he didn't win.
I'd be very surprised if there's ever been a better. Amongst the tributes paid to Cecil's training of the horse was an article by Paul Hayward , chief sports writer of the Daily Telegraph , in which he wrote: "Frankel is Cecil's masterwork, the monument he will leave in racing folklore.
His patient, shrewd, empathic management of probably Flat racing's all-time finest animal was achieved amid the ravages of chemotherapy and cancer From the 2, Guineas onwards, Cecil set about modulating Frankel's zest to get him to settle and use his speed more clinically It used to be the other way round.
He covered his first mares on Valentine's Day, February In his first season as a stallion he covered mares, including Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe winner Danedream , three times Nassau Stakes winner Midday , and Kentucky Broodmare of the year Oatsee.
Of those, were scanned as in foal for a fertility rate of 95 percent. Frankel's first runner on a racecourse was a bay colt named Cunco who won on his debut in a Newbury maiden on Friday, 13 May In Soul Stirring won the Yushun Himba.
In Frankel reached 20 Northern Hemisphere Group winners faster than any other European sire in the history of the Pattern, and was second only to his sire Galileo in terms of Group winners foaled from to north of the Equator.
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