Enable’s last act on British soil may come in a clash with 1,000 Guineas winner Love next month 

Enable’s last act on British soil may come in a clash with 1,000 Guineas winner Love next month 


Enable’s last act on British soil may come in a clash with 1,000 Guineas and Oaks winner Love next month

  • A clash with Love could be Enable’s last act on British soil at York next month  
  • Trainer John Gosden confirmed the Ebor meeting was likely to be her next stop 
  • Trying to win the Yorkshire Oaks for a third time may mean a meeting with Love 

A clash with 1,000 Guineas and Oaks winner Love could be Enable’s last act on British soil at York next month.

Trainer John Gosden confirmed on Sunday that the Ebor meeting was likely to be Enable’s next stop after she became the first horse to win the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes three times at Ascot on Saturday.

Should Enable drop back to the 10-furlong Juddmonte International Stakes at York, she faces a meeting with her Eclipse Stakes conqueror Ghaiyyath.

A clash with 1,000 Guineas winner Love could be Enable’s last act on British soil next month

Trying to win the Yorkshire Oaks for a third time could mean a clash with Aidan O’Brien’s Love.

Gosden said: ‘York fits well. It is what we did last year. We will look at both races. The fact Love is going there makes it truly fascinating. That would be an exciting contest.’

Enable and Love are 3-1 joint-favourites for the Prix de L’Arc de Triomphe at Longchamp in October. That is likely to be Enable’s final run.

Trainer John Gosden has confirmed that the Ebor meeting was likely to be Enable’s next stop

Trainer John Gosden has confirmed that the Ebor meeting was likely to be Enable’s next stop



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