RAIN rain go away, come again one other day.
Aidan O’Brien’s temper has been dampened by the forecast in Australia forward of US Navy Flag’s Everest conquest streamed dwell on Solar Racing.
Billed because the world’s richest race on turf, the six-furlong check at Randwick sees 12 of the very best sprinters on the planet line up.
Final yr the inaugural operating was gained by Redzel, ridden by Kerrin McEvoy, and he defends his title in what appears to be like a wide-open race.
The Ballydoyle handler had deliberate to ship Caravaggio to contest the showpiece occasion final yr and whereas that didn’t come to fruition, U S Navy Flag gained the July Cup to seal his ticket.
O’Brien had campaigned the colt, who gained the Center Park and Dewhurst as a two-year-old, over a mile earlier within the season, ending second within the Irish 2,000 Guineas.
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Master trainer Aidan O’Brien said: “He’s in good form and everything seems well with him.
“Obviously the worry we have is with the ground as they are getting plenty of rain down there, which is probably not ideal, but everyone seems to be happy with him other than that.”
Ryan Moore has jetted Down Under in preference to a solid book of rides at Newmarket on Friday and Saturday, including Anthony Van Dyck in the Dewhurst, but Coolmore’s Tom Magnier said the decision was made by the rider.
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Magnier explained: “Ryan Moore is retained by Coolmore as our No.1 jockey and he has the pick of the races he wants to attend.
“There is the Dewhurst, one of the biggest races in the UK, but he is coming down for The Everest and is very excited about it.
“That says something when the top jockey in the world wants to be here.
“It is one of the most talked-about races around.
“There is a buzz surrounding this race that I haven’t seen before.
“You have got your Melbourne Cup, your Arc de Triomphe, but this race is right up there. It’s got global recognition. In its second year it has become one of the biggest races in the world.”