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2012 Champion Stakes (G1)

Date/Track:
10/20/2012, Ascot-GB
Distance:
1 1/4 m (Turf)
Age/Sex:
3+ M
Time:
2:10.22
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Older Comments about the 2012 Champion Stakes (G1)...

I think Frankel will win.
@BrianZipse, I notice you have Orfevre listed as possible for the G1 Champion Stakes next weekend. They were saying just tonight on HRTV that Orfevre has already arrived back in Japan. Hard to imagine they wouldn't have just left him in Europe for another week or week and half if they were going to run him in the Champion Stakes at Ascot, too? I can't see them sending him all the way back to Europe again from Japan in just a few days time after he just got home? My guess is that Orfevre is most likely home to stay for the upcoming the G1 Japan Cup next month, but I could be wrong I suppose?
  • BrianZipse · Agreed, but ... his connections did say the Champion was under consideration. · 1053 days ago
  • footlick · Brian is correct. After the Arc they were considering running him against Frankel and Cirrus des Aigles. But, obviously they decided not to do so. · 1053 days ago

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