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Workforce Wins Thrilling Arc

DERBY hero Workforce provided trainer Sir Michael Stoute with his first ever winner in the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe when he edged out Japanese raider Nakayama Festa in a thrilling finish to Sunday's showpiece race at Longchamp.

The colt, who looked in fantastic condition before the race, was given a brilliant ride by Ryan Moore, who was also securing his maiden victory in the prestigious contest. For owner-breeder Khalid Abdullah it was a fourth success following Rainbow Quest (1985), Dancing Brave (1986) and Rail Link (2006).

If the closing stages of the race were exciting, further drama followed as a stewards' inquiry was called into what looked a rough race. It did not affect Workforce and the Stoute team were able to celebrate their victory.


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