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Breeders Cup 2015
Kentucky Derby 2017

O'Brien's Await The Dawn Eyes BC Classic

AIDAN O’BRIEN is dreaming of a first Breeders’ Cup Classic success after Await The Dawn impressed with victory in Saturday’s Hardwicke Stakes on the final day of Royal Ascot.


The Ballydoyle colt, who had won the Huxley Stakes at Chester, took the step up to a mile and a half in his stride. Under Ryan Moore the 4-6 favourite landed the Group Two by three lengths from Harris Tweed.


Giant’s Causeway was only just beaten in the Breeders’ Cup Classic on his final start as a racehorse, and O’Brien would love to see Await The Dawn follow in the hoofprints of his father in November.


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