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2009 Prince of Wales's Stakes (G1)

Date/Track:
6/17/2009, Ascot-GB
Distance:
1 1/4 m (Turf)
Age/Sex:
4+ M
Time:
2:06.90
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Older Comments about the 2009 Prince of Wales's Stakes (G1)...

I was just on attheraces.com. One of the web-sites for racing from Ireland and the UK. I was checking on the status of some different horses, and as to what race that they will likely be entered in next. The 2010 Prince of Wale's Stakes at Ascot, provided the web-site is correct, is shaping up to be just as good, if not better than the race in 2009. Already listed to start in the 2010 Prince of Wale's Stakes on June 16th are, the 2009 winner Vision D'Etat, Twice Over, Gitano Hernando, Allybar, and Presvis. All of these colt's having recently returned from the 2010 Dubai racing carnival. Vision D'Etat, Twice Over, and Gitano Hernando all had disappointing run's in the Dubai World Cup. Allybar did, however, have a quite successful carnival. Really forging a top class reputation for himself at Meydan winning the Al Tayers Motors Handicap, the Al Maktoum Challenge Rd. 2, and finished 3rd in a desperately close photo in the Dubai World Cup. Presvis, beaten by Allybar in the Al Tayer Motors Handicap, came back to beat Alexandros in the Al Rashidiya, but himself had a very disappointing run in the Dubai Duty Free. If all of these colt's are in the same starting gate at Ascot on June 16th, it should make for an exciting race. IMO.

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