The second day of the Royal Ascot Festival Auguste Rodin wins the Prince of Wales Stakes title


The horse “Auguste Rodin”, led by jockey Ryan Moore, and supervised by trainer Aidan O’Brien, was crowned champion of the fourth round, “Prince of Wales Stakes”, for a distance of 2000 meters, “Grade One”, on the second day of the Royal “Royal Ascot” Festival, which was held on the ancient “Ascot” track. In England, recording a time of 2.03.12 minutes, three-quarters of a length behind “Zarakim”, led by jockey Maxime Guillon and supervised by coach Jerome Renner. “Horizon d’Or” came in third place, led by jockey Michael Barzalona and supervised by coach Patrice Cottier.

This victory raises trainer Aidan O’Brien’s tally to 400 victories in the first category races, while jockey Ryan Moore achieved his 81st victory in the Royal Festival races, equaling the record of veteran jockey Frankie Dettori.
Godolphin win
The evening witnessed Godolphin’s horse “Wild Tiger” winning the title of the fifth round, “Royal Hunt Cup,” over a distance of 1,600 metres, led by jockey Ocean Murphy, and supervised by international coach Saeed bin Suroor, recording a time of 1.38.20 minutes, with a head difference over “Sonny Liston”, led by Jockey Rosa Ryan, supervised by coach Ralph Beckett, and “Pirotto” came in third place, led by jockey Tom Marquand, and supervised by coach Roger Varian.


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