Hurricane Lane chases the French "Grand Prie de Saint-Cloud" title

Godolphin's middle-distance racing star Hurricane Lane returns to the French tracks in search of his fourth victory in the world's highest-ranked Group 1 race, when he sings, tomorrow, Sunday, the title of the Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud, which is held on the track. Saint-Cloud, the ancient French, runs a distance of 2,400 meters on the grass.

Hurricane Lane, a descendant of the stallion "Frankel", records his third appearance in France, as he had previously scored a resounding victory 12 months ago in the Grand Prix de Paris for the first class horses, and came third by a narrow margin in the "French Arc" race. for Group 1 horses last October.

Hurriken Lane's victory in the Grand Prix de Paris was part of a rare trio to win the first category races in three different countries, as he also crowned last year's "Irish Derby" title, before snatching the classic "Saint Leger" title in September. British.

Godolphin's pony prepared for the French race, after finishing third in the Hardwicke Stakes at Royal Ascot in his first racing appearance at the age of four.

Godolphin coach Charlie Appleby commented on Hurriken Lane's readiness, saying in press statements: "He (Hriken Lane) has certainly gained great readiness after participating in (Royal Ascot) in his first experience in the new season, and he now appears in good condition, and the floor is In Saint-Cloud you should fit him well."

He added, "He (Hriken Lane) gave a distinguished performance at the age of three years and his level was constantly improving with each participation, and he is now showing us clear indications that he is able to do that in the four-year season, and it seems that he is entitled to the title of the first candidate for the French Grand Prix."

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