This weekend we saw Treve line up for the first time this season. Fresh off a break after winning her second Ark, Treve was priced shortly to oblige over at Saint-Cloud. She showed every bit of class a dual ark winner should & set for home alone dismissing the field with ease. Trainer Head-Maarek reports Treve has come out of the race in terrific form & will come on from that run for her next target, the Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud on the 28th of June. She bids to become the first horse to win the prestigious Ark, 3 consecutive times. Currently around 7/2 to achieve the feat. Can she make history in October?
Limato went to Haydock on Saturday in an attempt to stretch his unbeaten run to 6. The ground was not in the Henry Candy's runners favour, with the 3 year old looking for a firmer surface underfoot. One that seemed to relish conditions was Haggis' Adaay. An on form Hanagan gave him an excellent spin, dropping him in off the pace early on. Hanagan put Adaay's turn of foot to good use at the business end to relegate Limato into second spot. The pair will meet again in the Commonwealth Cup at Ascot where the likes of Tiggy Wiggy will also line up for the prestigious prize.