Declarations of the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe 2021: confirmed riders – plus a top tip | Horse racing news


The couple Godolphin Adayar and Hurricane Lane, the superstar mare of Aga Khan Tarnawa and the two-time winner of the Oaks Snowfall were declared for the Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe on Sunday as 15 riders resisted on Thursday.

Teona, coached by Roger Varian, who beat Snowfall in the Prix Vermeille this month, misses the race because the ground will be too soft.

The Sea The Stars daughter, who had an overall chance of 20-1, will now be destined for the Grade 1 Filly & Mare Turf Breeders’ Cup at Del Mar in November.

Philip Robinson, race director of owner Ali Saeed, said: “Teona was not declared for the Arc as the ground is about to be soft which she did not act on in the oaks. from Epsom and took a long time to recover.

“It’s a little frustrating because she’s in great shape at home, but we think it’s best to keep her for the Breeders’ Cup.”

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Most forecasters agree that there will be substantial rainfall across Paris from late Saturday to Sunday, although the exact amount is difficult to predict.

The start on Thursday morning remained unchanged according to the France Galop penetrometer at soft (3.5), while the Turftrax GoingStick tightened a fraction to good, good to soft in places or 7.9.

The field for the centerpiece of the middle distance at Longchamp was reduced to 14 riders in Monday’s first forfeit stage and all of Teona’s bars were declared alongside Adayar and Snowfall, both of whom were completed for Sunday’s race at a cost of € 120,000 on Wednesday.

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William Buick was confirmed to ride Derby and the hero of King George Adayar last Friday as he tried to win a first arc for Godolphin since Marienbard’s success in 2002, with James Doyle on Hurricane Lane for the first time.

Christophe Soumillon will ride on Tarnawa, second in the Irish Champion Stakes at Saint Mark’s Basilica and ante-post favorite at the start of the week.

Aidan O’Brien is well represented with Snowfall (Ryan Moore), Love (Frankie Dettori) and Broome (Yutake Take), while British champion jockey Oisin Murphy is on Chrono Genesis in Japan.

Tarnawa was attracted favorably in stall three, alongside Hurricane Lane in second. But the draw was less favorable for Adayar in Stall 11 and Japanese challenger Chrono Genesis (14), who only has one larger, Raabihah in Stall 15.

Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe (Longchamp, October 3)

Rice power: 5-2 Tarnawa, 11-4 Adayar, 4 Hurricane Lane, 5 Snowfall, 12 Love, 14 Chrono Genesis, 20 Deep Bond, Raabihah, 25 Alenquer, 33 Sealiway, 50 Broome, 66 Baby Rider, Bubble Gift, Mojo Star, Torquator Mug

Paddy Power spokesman Paul Binfield said: “The draw finally saw us separate Tarnawa and Adayar leading the market with all three berths from the first, meaning she is now a clear favorite. with Adayar who lost a fraction due to a seemingly unfavorable dropout 11. “

Runners expected from Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe

Torquator Mug (GERMANY) René Piechulek (12)
Deep bond (JPN) Mickaël Barzalona (5)
Broome (ANGER) Yutaka take (7)
Tarnawa (ANGER) Christophe Soumillon (3)
Love (ANGER) Frankie Dettori (4)
Raabiha (FR) Cristian Demuro (15)
Chrono Genesis (JPN) Oisin Murphy (14)
Mojo Star (GB) Rossa Ryan (1)
Baby Jumper (FR) Ioritz Mendizabal (13)
Adayar (GB) Guillaume Buick (11)
Hurricane path (GB) James Doyle (2)
Sea route (FR) Franck Blondel (10)
Alenquer (GB) Tom Marquand (8)
Bubble gift (FR) Gerald Mossé (6)
Snowfall (ANGER) Ryan Moore (9)

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It all depends on the weather in Paris this week ahead of a potentially seismic clash in the Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe, a race filled with the best European and international talent on offer this year.

Tarnawa, the daughter of the Aga Khan of Shamardal and the winning mare of Cape Cross Tarana, was kept in training only for a crack at this race following a four-year campaign that saw her clinch the Prix Vermeille, Prix de l’Opéra and Breeders’ Cup Turf.

After a small second at St. Mark’s Basilica now retired in the Irish Champion Stakes, the return to a mile and a half is much more his bag, especially since his mother has won twice on the trip.

Classic winner Adayar and Hurricane Lane, the two Frankel foals of Godolphin, are among the best three-year-olds who attack the heels of the older generation.

Adayar, hero of Derby and King George, is the third foal of the second winner of Irish 1,000 Guineas Group 3 Anna Salai, a daughter of Dubawi and of the family of the two-time French winner of Group 2 of the mile and a half Annaba and Park Hill Stakes goal scorer Anna of Saxe. He is bred to remain the Arc travel on both sides of his pedigree and the only real concern would be heavy ground as he does not lack a foot turn.

His teammate Hurricane Lane, meanwhile, would undoubtedly benefit from milder conditions depending on his race record and pedigree. He was an impressive winner of the St L̩ger Рhaving won the Irish Derby and the Paris Grand Prix over course and distance Рbut has to overcome the poor record of the Leger winners in the Paris showpiece, despite being without doubt classier than most. have tried recently.

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There is no fear as to his endurance, coming from the mare Shirocco Gale Force, who was a French list winner over an extended mile and seven stages on heavy ground. Gale Force is in turn a half-sister of Seal Of Approval, winner of the British Champions Fillies & Mares Stakes.

The exceptional three-year-old filly of this season Snowfall is heading to Longchamp after a surprise loss to his potential opponent Teona, but it is worth noting the superb record for three-year-old fillies in this race in recent years.

From the late Japanese grandfather Deep Impact, who sparked so much enthusiasm at Longchamp 15 years ago, and descended from a Group 3 winning sister of the 2016 Arc heroine Found, Snowfall has a High level pedigree in middle distance and arguably sets the standard. given the weight it will receive throughout.

Japan are yet to win France’s biggest race, but they send a live competitor in Chrono Genesis, whose runner-up behind Mishriff in Dubai reads well against the backdrop of his rivals. By another Arc winner, Bago, she was impressive winning a Japanese grade 1 in June.

His compatriot Deep Bond, winner at all levels of course and distance in the Prix Foy on test day by easily beating Broome, is another not to be underestimated.

The son of young stallion Shadai Kizuna – winner of the Japanese Derby and Prix Niel – has a generally progressive profile and will not lack endurance, having finished second in the two-mile Tenno Sho in May.
Racing Post Blood Stock Reporter Kitty Trice

This content first appeared in Kitty Trice’s Pedigree Punting column in Wednesday’s Racing Post Weekender. Learn more about Kitty and Weekender star contributors such as top tipsters Tom Segal and Paul Kealy and exclusive columnist Ed Walker each week

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