THE RACING POST SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 11th 2011
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“GOSDEN lands Classic for third time in five seasons – and shares spoils in Irish version too
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Sound words from TOM SEGAL, The Punters Champion “fresh from firing in another big Saturday winner recommended at 14-1 yesterday, turns his attention to the Prix du Moulin and Arc trials at Longchamp. Tom tells us “When I was young and trawling off to the golf course or to the cricket nets, my dad would always remind me of the six P’s- proper preparation prevents piss-poor performance. Never was that more evident in the two St Leger’s yesterday, when MASKED MARVEL was superbly prepared to peek for the Ladbrokes –sponsored Doncaster Classic by John Gosden. It is great that one of Britain’s trainers treats the St Leger with such respect because it is still one of the best races in the calendar and certainly far more interesting than the whole raft of poor-quality Groop 1 sprints throughout the season..
“Talking of the Arc, today is the day we get the chance to see nearly all of the best French contenders on trials day at Longchamp. Current favourite SARAFINA struts her stuff in the Qatar Prix Foy (1.00pm) but I am far from certain this is going to be a cakewalk for her as this has all the hallmarks of a messy race. Both SARAFINA and NAKAYAMA FESTA, last year’s Arc second, will surely be using the race as a warm-up for the big one next month. That might leave the way clear for ST NICHOLAS ABBEY, but he looks an out and out stayer so won’t want a fast pace and has been off the track since running in the King George … ..........
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LINK for Longchamp Racecard for today.
TODAY'S RACECARDS Goodwood, Ffos Las, Curragh, Listowel and Longchamp