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Animal Kingdom breezes for Queen Anne Stakes at Ascot
Animal Kingdom, the winner of the $10 million Dubai World Cup at Meydan Racecourse on March 30, worked a half-mile on soft turf at Ascot Racecourse on Wednesday, preparing for the Group 1 Queen Anne Stakes there June 18.
The 5-year-old Animal Kingdom was timed for the final quarter-mile in 24.6 seconds by trainer Graham Motion. Animal Kingdom was ridden by John Velazquez, who flew from New York for the workout.
Owned by Team Valor Racing and Arrowfield Stud, Animal Kingdom, the winner of the 2011 Kentucky Derby, is favored by British bookmakers to win the one-mile Queen Anne Stakes.
If Animal Kingdom doesn't win then he's is either hurt or the turf was waaaay to soft for liking. Otherwise he should be even-money and win as easily as he did the Kentucky Derby, and then some!!
What the hell they don't have anyone who can work a horse 1/2 mile in England
I was a complete doubter of this horse going into the Breeders Cup mile. A troubled 3rd to Wise Dan later, and i was on the Animal Kingdom bandwagon. He was truly the only American horse i trusted in Dubai. The rest of the American horses didnt pee a drop over there. Sad to hear he is going to Australia after this race.
I believe he'll do us proud, come Ascot. Godspeed, Animal Kingdom.
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