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HRN Flash

Camelot easily wins his return in the Mooresbridge Stakes at The Curragh.

 

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Joseph said he is at about 70% fitness and that he needed the race... I look forward to his summer, he is a nice horse
And as a reminder, this was Camelot's first race post colic surgery last winter. Great training, condition for his come back by team O'Brien.
Back with a vengence! Prince Of wales's stakes then King George/QEII this year I hope. I did read on racing post that AOB is considering leaving him at 10f or below. Will see.
Camelot won the G3 Mooresbridge Stakes with quite a bit still left in the tank. It was an all hands & heals ride by Joseph O'Brien, never touching Camelot once with the whip during the entire race, and he romped home just shy of 2 lengths ahead of stablemate Triumphant in 2nd, with a further head back to G1 Dewhurst Stakes winner Parish Hall in 3rd. That's exactly what you want to see out of a stable star making a seasonal debut off a 7 month lay-off.
He looked great in his comeback.
So... when does he race Optimizer?
Just cruised home....AOB says his next outing will likely be back at the Curragh. "Although he won over a mile and a half a couple of times last year we will keep him at a mile and a quarter and come back here for the Tattersalls Gold Cup and then the plan was to go to the Prince Of Wales but we will take it one step at a time," said O'Brien.

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