Ascot: spectacular triumph of Poet's Word in King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes

The King George VI & amp; Queen Elizabeth Stakes disputed this Saturday at the racecourse of Ascot has in Poet's Word its new champion.
Poet's Word has starred in the most important race held this Saturday at the Ascot racecourse.



The Irish, five-year-old, competed under the riding of British jockey James Doyle, reaching the finish line in a time of 2.25.84. The second position has been for Crystal Ocean - mounted by William Buick - while Coronet, with the Olivier Peslier ride has been in third place. Salouen (Silvestre de Sousa) and Rostropovich (Seamoe Heffernan) have occupied the fourth and fifth positions respectively.

The King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes (2,400 m) has had an economic prize of approximately 1,400,000 euros, of which about 800,000 have gone to the winner.

As we remember, King George Day is the absolute protagonist of King George Weekend, a turf weekend that takes place every July at the Ascot racecourse and where the sport is combined with different shows and musical performances, that make it a very successful event in the United Kingdom.

In addition to the great race, there are three others that are worth noting: the first of them has been the Longines Handicap Stakes (1,600m) reserved for amazons, and that has ended with the triumph of Cliffs of Capri (with Miss G. Andrews ). Another memorable race has been The Princess Margaret Keeneland Stakes, and has had as winner the exemplary Angel's Hydeaway, ridden by R. Havley. Finally, mention the third of the day, The Gigaset International Stakes, where the victory was for Burnt Sugar with the riding of S. W. Kelly.


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