Ten Sovereigns last in Yes Yes Yes Everest

There was no joy for the Irish and British raiders on Saturday in Australia with Ten Sovereigns when Completing last at The Everest – won from Yes Yes Yes.

Trained by Chris Waller of ridden and Winx fame by jockey Glen Boss that is veteran who directed Makybe Diva Yes Yes was among the runners to secure a place in the A$14 million race at Randwick.
But, there was no fluke in his achievement as the track record smashed at the process.
July Cup winner Ten Sovereigns was not traveling for Ryan Moore and neglected to beat a rival.
You get here, you stand to the blocks for 100m and you have to find gold. I swear, thats merely an incredible experience I have only experienced there, Boss told www.racenet.com.au.
That is enormous. What an atmosphere! It takes me back to 2005 (Makybe Divas third Melbourne Cup).
Waller stated:Theres so much in danger conducting a colt at a race such as this but then again there is so much to get.
He will always be the very first colt to acquire Your Everest and it surely will not have a detrimental effect on his stud career just as it is not a Group One.
Western raider Mer De Glace swooped late to win the Caulfield Cup to provide the country a second win in five decades after the success of Admire Rakti.
Declare And vow was second with the Sir Michael Stoute-trained Mirage Dancer in third ahead of Aidan inmate Constantinople.
Ebor winner Mustajeer finished well to claim sixth. Ed Dunlops Red Verdon and Ian Williams Gold Mount both endured troubled passages ending 12th and eighth respectively.
Winning jockey Damian Lane, that rode the winner in Japan twice to success, persuaded trainer Hisashi Shimizu to produce the trip.
Speaking through a translator, Shimizu explained:Its an amazing experience to be here and Im so happy at this time.
This win will be quite big in Japan, everybody knows about the Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival back home so I am convinced there will be a whole great deal of very happy people there.
One of my most important aims will be to win a Group One race globally, they are not easy to win. I am so proud of this horse as well as the jockey, he rode a wonderful race Im very grateful to him
Adhering to the race Constantinople was made favourite.

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