WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 16th RACING POST 2013
WEEK MONDAY OCTOBER 14th TO SUNDAY OCTOBER 20th
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winner retired to stud Guineas
winner Camelot, who narrowly missed out on racing's Triple Crown last year, has
been retired. Derby
"Owners Coolmore Stud said the colt, who also won the 2,000
coming second to Encke in the St Leger at Doncaster,
will start a breeding career in 2014.
"Trainer Aidan O'Brien said: "He was the perfect racehorse, a beautiful horse with a terrific action.
"Speed, class and a super-intelligent horse to go with it - he had it all."
"The four-year-old would have been the first horse since Nijinksy in 1970 to win the three English Classics in one season and claim the elusive Triple Crown.
J Margaret Clarke Turfcall Comment
CAMELOT partner JOSEPH O'BRIEN Team O'BRIEN should have been awarded this race due to the interference they received that cost them the Triple Crown, baulked stopped by ENCKE, who should have been placed last not first. Due to the FAKE RULES of British Horseracing this injustice has been allowed to stand unjustly since. The British Horseracing Government now need to act to put their serious error straight now. And the prize money owing to CAMELOT needs to be paid out of those Steward's responsible own pocket's Better late than never. This record needs to be set to rights with immediate effect
By Peter Scargill
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