Cumberland Lodge Stakes (Gr3): Kyprios was pipped by Hamish, a 6-year-old junior.

Cumberland Lodge Stakes (Gr3) : Hamish, un junior de 6ans qui a fait galoper Kyprios

international / 01.10.2022

Ascot (GB), Saturday

He’s 6 now but gallops like a colt. Hamish (Motivator), the Haggas family horse, won the second Group of his short campaign (three outings) with a whistle in the Cumberland Lodge Stakes (Gr3) at Ascot on Saturday. Hamish jumped three weeks ago Kyprios (Galileo) in the Irish St Leger (Gr1) and, this time, he flew in the debates as we were entitled to expect from the favorite against the right opposition, nothing more. Pat Dobbs placed it next to the host, Third constituency (See the Stars) He controlled the race. He gained a 200m advantage from the post and won by a large length in “FR”. Cresta (New Bay) held second place against other Haggas Candleford (Kingman) finished as a cannonball. Maureen Haggas had eyes of love as she looked at Hamish: He is my favorite horse… I always ride him in the morning when I can ride… He loves soft ground. In England and Ireland, he has held 2,400m and the program offers him the St Simon Stakes (Gr3) at the end of the season, but there will be overload… Hamish was in his 13th outing and has no entries in Grs1.

A favorite of the Haggas family

Hamish is raised by Brian Haggas, boss of Harris Tweed and trainer’s father. He is coming the instigator 7,000 Euro assigned to Quesnay Stud Farm and produced Champion (Montjeu). truce and eighteen other group winners. Brian Haggas was aptly named Tweed (Sakhee), winner of two races in three outings, another winner after Hamish. second mother frog Another product of the small Haggas breeding (Akarad), she won five races in twenty days under Sir Mark Prescott and produced three black-type winners: hit (Beat Hollow), won Doomben Cup (Gr1) in Australia, Harris Tweed (Hernando), won John Porter Stakes (Gr3), and wow (Motivator) finished fourth in the Classic after her win in the Lingfield Oaks Trial (L). The strain is older girl friend (Birdbrook), Philippe Lally’s Arrow, in the 70s, was second in the 1,000 Guineas and won the Prix Maurice de Geest (then Gr3) and seven other Group. Tweed has a fall by sea ​​moon (See the Stars).

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