3 northern hemisphere-trained horses concentrated on the inaugural Golden Eagle in Sydney are settling into quarantine at Canterbury in preparation for the $7.Five million race at Rosehill.
The Golden Eagle (1500m) for four-year-olds shall be run on November 2 and the Aidan O’Brien-trained By no means No Extra, Richard Hannon-trained Beat Le Bon and Michael O’Callaghan-trained I Am Superman all arrived in Sydney on Saturday and feature settled into the quarantine centre at Canterbury racecourse.
They’re nonetheless three-year-olds to northern hemisphere time and get a 1kg allowance at the southern hemisphere-bred horses within the Golden Eagle.
Some other Aidan O’Brien-trained horse, Antilles, has additionally made the shuttle and is being aimed on the $500,000 Rosehill Gold Cup at the similar program because the Golden Eagle.
The horses did some gentle strolling and tempo paintings at the Canterbury Park Polytrack on Monday morning.
“It’s rewarding to look the Golden Eagle draw in well-liked global pastime in simply its introductory 12 months,” the Australian Turf Membership’s James Ross stated.
“The 3 Golden Eagle contenders have arrived in improbable order and we could not be extra happy the way in which they have got settled in to Canterbury.”
Workforce One winners Arcadia Queen and Brutal head the Golden Eagle marketplace at $four forward of Classique Legend ($5).
Epsom Handicap winner Kolding and Silver Eagle winner I Am Inevitable are at $8.
Of the 3 fresh global arrivals, Beat Le Bon and By no means No Extra are at $26 with I Am Superman $51.
The O’Brien-trained July Cup-winning sprinter Ten Sovereigns ran in Saturday’s $14 million Everest in Sydney however the horse failed to overcome a runner house.
Ten Sovereigns may be within the Golden Eagle nominations.