Leo Powell unearths a fascinating statistic among the list of dual winners of the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe
'I've got some runners on Friday and I've got runners on the 1st of February and then I will stop. I am 70 years old'
By Irish Field Contributor on 21 January 2018
Terre will now be aimed at Group 1 Prix de Diane at Chantilly, and Andre Fabre is looking forward to Al Wukair running in the 2000 Guineas
"Treve and her foal are doing well. The next step in the story now begins, and it is hoped that this colt is as fast as his parents!"
By Irish Field Contributor on 03 February 2017
American Pharoahs' World Champion-winning rating puts him up there as the highest-rated horse that been trained in America in the last decade
In another excellent year for French racing headed by Solow, Treve's defeat when seeking a third Arc was the one regret of the season
Leo Powell catches up with top French trainer Criquette Head-Maarek during her recent visit to Ireland
Group 1-placed stakes winner Queen Catrine comes from the prolific Group 1-producing family of the dual Arc heroine Treve
Although it was a slowly run Arc, Golden Horn holds the best timefigure of the season in the Derby, but Treve's Arc run was also noteworthy
The Arc ride on Golden Horn was another tour de force by an old master in top form
Treve's bid for a record three Arc wins failed but she nevertheless produced another fine performance
Frankie Dettori partnered the Derby and Eclipse winner Golden Horn to an impressive win in Longchamp as Treve could only finish third in her bid for three in a row
The 2015 Arc de Triomphe looks like living up to its great history with an outstanding winner
Treve's Prix Vermeille win was as good as ever and she will take all the beating in the Arc
The brilliant mare can create history and race to her third win in the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe
Treve’s penultimate 200 metres came in a remarkable 11.26s - the kind of speed even very good horses struggle to attain when the ground is quite testing
By Dubawi, Postponed will have nothing to fear if it does happen to come up soft on the first Sunday in October at Longchamp
The Criquette Head-Maarek-trained wonder mare looks primed to make history with a third win in the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe
A host of Arc contenders are on show at Longchamp with the dual Arc winner the main attraction in the Qatar Prix Vermeille
"Fly, fly away Treve ..." It's the song everyone will be singing if she wins a third Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe.
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