Baaeed’s closing three-furlong sectional of 35.56 was 0.2 seconds faster than Creative Force in the Champion Sprint
“Baaeed is just a beast, and he keeps on getting better. The ground was just a bit too slow for him, if it was quicker, he might've picked up a bit better. He's a proper champion." Jim Crowley
Six runs this year and six wins for the Shadwell-owned superstar, who will stay in training next season
By Irish Field Contributor on 16 October 2021
Poetic Flare taken out of next Saturday's big mile race at Ascot
By Irish Field Contributor on 11 October 2021
Leo Powell looks at the long association two royal houses have with the family of Baaeed
Baaeed is the winner of one Group 1 race and a stoutly-bred colt capable of injecting a 10.77sec seventh furlong into his mile win
William Haggas's Baaeed may have been a little underwhelming but got the job done in the Prix du Moulin to set up a possible big clash with Palace Pier in the QEII
Does this first Group 1 success make him better than Palace Pier or does Baaeed have further improvement to make?
Three of the six Prix du Moulin participants have already been successful at Group 1 level
William Haggas is planning a French trip for his rapidly-improving colt
By Irish Field Contributor on 23 August 2021
It was not to be for the old warrior Battaash in the Group 2 King George Qatar Stakes as a new sprinting star emerged in the shape of French filly Suesa
Reaction from all the top trainers as entries are revealed for Qipco British Champions Day
By Irish Field Contributor on 03 August 2021
Baaeed maintained his unbeaten record with a facile win in the Group 3 Bonham’s Thoroughbred Stakes
The Hannon name was on the July Stakes roll of honour for the ninth time while William Haggas' Baaeed maintained his unbeaten record
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