As a result of the interference, a stewards' inquiry was immediately called. ... Qatar Prix De L'Arc De Triomphe (Group 1) 1st Tarnawa 11/42nd Alpine Star 6/4f3rd Audarya 18/1. an easy win in a three-runner King George, an exercise canter against five outclassed rivals. "Unfortunately the results of the urine samples taken from the horses have come back positive from the French laboratory," said a statement from O'Brien's Ballydoyle Racing base. She will be checked out to make sure she is in great shape and then we will discuss what might happen to her. Great scenes at Longchamp as One Master swoops to win the Foret, “I quite fancy the @BreedersCup” – William Haggas on One Master, an unbelievable mare who has a trip to @keenelandracing on her slate! Full result from the Qatar Prix De L'Arc De Triomphe (Group 1) at ParisLongchamp ... News Fast Results Racecards Full Results NRs My Stable Tips Search Naps ... Sunday 6 October 2019… The tightest Group One race on the card with three horses vying for favouritism at around 5-2, including William Haggas’s mare One Master, who is going for a hat-trick of wins in Europe’s only Group One over seven furlongs. Prix de l'Opera (3.55pm) result. Enable is in fourth after they race down the false straight ... Stradivarius is coming ... another rough race with Sottsass getting up to win. Alpine Star is also up against some very strong opponents, including Tawkeel, who took the Prix St Alary for Jean-Claude Rouger in June, and Dermot Weld’s recent Prix Vermeille winner, Tarnawa. Rouget, who has yet to win an Arc, has almost certainly been training him with Sunday in mind since last year’s race and at 8-1 he looks an outstanding each-way bet to leave Enable and her legion of fans frustrated once again. Another race that has lost a significant contender as a result of the ongoing issues with Gain horse feed, as Fancy Blue – who was Donnacha O’Brien’s first runner in France when she took the Prix de Diane (French Oaks) in July has been forced out.

Odd really as 5 days ago she was 6/4 with Love, Japan, Mogul , Serpentine and Sovereign all likely rivals. Fleet Street's first female football reporter, Julie Welch, tells Football Focus' Caroline de Moraes about the ups and downs of making her way in such a male-dominated industry. Last year’s French Derby winner was less than two lengths behind Enable 12 months ago, and closing fast. Nando Parrado showed that his Ascot win was no fluke when he finished a two-length second to Campanelle in the Prix Morny. On Friday night the likelihood of Aidan O'Brien's runners competing at the ParisLongchamp fixture was thrown into doubt.

She looked as good as ever when losing out on the nod to Wichita in the Group Two Park Stakes at Doncaster’s Leger meeting last month, and has the beating of Safe Voyage, one of her main market rivals, on her winning form here last year as John Quinn’s gelding was around five lengths adrift.

The star stayer has been backed from 8-1 into 9-2, with the rain falling in his favour all week. But his contenders for the Arc had yet to be given the go-ahead, and the withdrawals will cast a cloud over a hugely-anticipated fixture. Safe Voyage, though, has seemingly found a new lease of life at the age of seven this season, and took his form to a new level with his second consecutive Group Two victory in the Boomerang Mile at Leopardstown last month. Dettori’s mount in particular is interesting as Liberty Beach is extremely quick and game, and got no sort of a run when seventh, beaten less than three lengths, behind Glass Slippers at the Curragh. The inaugural running was won by Comrade, a three-year-old colt owned by Evremond de Saint-Alary. 1st Sottsass 13/22nd In Swoop 17/23rd Persian King 5/2. But he is a shorter price than Sottsass, even though Jean-Claude Rouget’s colt arguably has fewer questions to answer. Announcement on tomorrow’s runners pic.twitter.com/vG1BOPeHvr.

Enable now 6/5 here @bet365 for the Arc. Watch the Premier League, Formula 1, PGA Tour and much more.

Next Race Free Bets. I do not know if he will run again, but it is not the question for today. .

Lord Grimthorpe on what next for Enable:“What we will do, of course, is to get her back home to Clarehaven. In Swoop, the German Derby winner, was predictably strong at the finish, but Sottsass was always doing enough and held on by around half a length. When the pace quickened in the straight Dettori had Enable in the perfect position to strike, with Stradivarius on her outside, but she when she needed to quicken, the heavy ground meant she was unable to use her raking stride and she was beginning to send out distress signals when squeezed up. Stradivarius presents a different concern, as the Ascot Gold Cup winner could find the wet ground bringing his abundant stamina into play if – and it is a significant if – he travels on it as sweetly as he does on a sound surface.
Tiger Tanaka is another leading French-trained contender after a Group Three win in August, but the extra furlong could make all the difference to Thunder Beauty and she looks a big price at around 5-1 to rub further salt into the O’Brien family’s wounds.

Cancel any time. Earthlight missed the first weeks of the season, including the 2,000 Guineas, after spraining a fetlock in May, and finished only fourth on his first try in a Group One this season at Deauville in August. In fact it’s highly likely she won’t race again but there was no immediate announcement of her retirement tonight. He returns to 12 furlongs on Sunday for the first time since then and has form on heavy ground. The sun has just come out at Longchamp – just – and while there could be some light rain here in an hour or so, anything more substantial seems unlikely at this stage according to the forecast. 2020 Prix De l'Arc de Triomphe (G1) race results, race date, entries, field, video, contenders, probables, news, notes, & comments.

LONGCHAMP FULL RESULTS 2019 Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe day: Today’s full Longchamp racing results. As well as her two wins in the Arc, she won the King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot three times, the English and Irish Oaks and at the Breeders' Cup. Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe (3.05pm) result.

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... but after lengthy deliberations the result remained unchanged. Catch the action for only £25 a month with this limited time offer. The Irish trainer was due to run Mogul, Japan, Serpentine and Sovereign in Europe's richest race, which Enable is bidding to win for a record third time. Enable's Gold Cup-winning stablemate Stradivarius was seventh.
Stewards’ enquiry! O’Brien has said this morning that he hopes to have runners again towards the end of the week, when he would be expecting to send a strong team to the Future Champions meeting at Newmarket. In a real rags to riches story, the filly won three claimers earlier in the season and booked her place in the field when winning a Group Three at Deauville last time out. While Enable did not manage to win a third Arc, she will still go down in history as one of the greatest racemares to have graced the sport. Enable could only finish sixth as Sottsass led home a clean sweep for French-trained runners in the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe at ParisLongchamp. Sign In ... 3:05 Longchamp (FR) 6 Oct 2019. ‘Frankie Dettori will face tough competition from another famous mount of his, Stradivarius, who is receiving plenty of interest from punters. "John Gosden is a good trainer and if I was beaten I wanted it to be by Enable because she is a super mare, but there is only one winner in the race.". The Prix Marcel Boussac has also been shorn of a likely favourite as a result of the contamination of Gain foodstuffs with a beef-fattening agent, as Joseph O’Brien’s Pretty Gorgeous, a close second in the Group One Moyglare Stud Stakes last time out, was several pounds clear of the field on ratings and would have been strongly fancied for the win. She is now the general evens favourite to gain a historic success. A total of 11 horses trained by the trio will be absent.

Frederic Rossi’s Sealiway is the only French-trained challenger and also the second-favourite, but he was beaten in a Group Three last time out and looks to have something to find with both Law Of Indices and Nando Parrado, the shock 150-1 winner of the Coventry Stakes back in June. 1st Sottsass 13/2 2nd In Swoop 17/2 3rd Persian King 5/2. Follow horse racing with Alex Hammond on Sky Sports - get live racing results, racecards, news, videos, photos, stats (horses & jockeys), plus daily tips. Clive Cox, his trainer, needs one more Group One winner this season to set a new personal record of three in one year, and the unfortunate departure of O’Brien’s colt leaves the door wide open. When we ran in Deauville [in August] he was a bit fat and and Skalleti is a very good horse. Marcialis, who is a mother, became the first female to ride a Group One winner in France.

Just five runners go to post for the first of today’s Group One contests now that St Mark’s Basilica, who could well have set off as favourite to give Aidan O’Brien a ninth win in the race, has been ruled out. He’s now the second most popular horse, as well as being second-favourite in the market. In contrast, Sottsass picked up smartly and stayed on well to beat In Swoop, with Persian King hanging on for third having made the running, just ahead of Gold Trip. It’s worth pointing out that since the withdrawal time for zilpaterol, the banned substance which has contaminated feed made by the company Gain, is about 72 hours, it’s entirely possible that it would have cleared the systems of all the O’Brien runners by this afternoon. The Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe was first run on Sunday 3 October 1920.

He added: "Sottsass is owned in association with Coolmore. The power of 'heavy ground' a big factor in the price, @AtTheRaces @itvracing @RacingTV @SkySportsRacing pic.twitter.com/6dKoOVGwhz.

It was the heavy ground rather than something he’d eaten that saw Battaash, the fastest horse around, scratched from his latest attempt to add an Abbaye run at Longchamp to his win in the race when it relocated to Chantilly in 2017. Arc de Triomphe 2010 Hailed as Europe's most prestigious horse race, the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe attracts the best thoroughbreds of three year olds and over on the Continent. Get all of today's live racing results from Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe day at Longchamp, with race replays of every race on the card.

Photograph: Philippe Lopez/AFP/Getty Images Nazeef, yesterday’s Sun Chariot winner, was well behind Audarya there having seemingly failed to get home, and Fanshawe knows what it takes to land this race having sent out Speedy Boarding to win in 2016. Strutting her stuff – Enable limbers up for an historic third Arc in the parade ring! . "We had a good draw to stay behind him and our horse stays the distance better than him.

In behind Tiger Tanaka there was plenty of trouble in running, with Richard Fahey’s favourite Fev Rover done no favours at all before staying on to finish fourth.

In terms of Enable’s prospects of winning an unprecedented third Arc, however, the sudden loss of four opponents overnight has had little impact on her chance, according to the betting at least. The inaugural … It is, of course, as disappointing for French racing as it is for all those who would have loved to be here for what is almost certain to be Enable’s final start. Full Race Result from the 3.05 at Longchamp on 6th October 2019. "The fact the (Aidan) O'Brien horses were not there was easier to understand how the pace will be.

pic.twitter.com/uuF5GejAxF, 1st One Master 2/1f2nd Earthlight 5/23rd Safe Voyage 9/4.

So au revoir to Paris for another year. 1 Sottsass 13-2 ... Full result.

Because of the hot favourite’s demise this year’s European racing highlight won’t live long in the memory, not helped by the desperate ground and the rough-house incidents in the home straight.