Victory Dance is seeking to give Godolphin the third victory in a row in the Tetrasouls Stakes, which is dedicated to Class III horses, extending over a distance of 1,400 metres, and taking place today at the ancient British Newmarket track.
Two-year-old Victory Dance is looking forward to following in the footsteps of the Godolphin (La Barrosa) and (Modern Games), who won the Tetrasouls Stakes in 2020 and 2021, before moving to higher-class races and clinching racing titles. Group 1 is the world’s highest rated group.
Victory Dance, affiliated with the stallion “Dabawi”, is betting on his strong performance, which led him not to leave the first and second places in the three races he fought in his career, including two victories over the same distance of 1,400 meters, after he opened his career by winning last July in a race For the novice horses at the Jolly Cup Festival in Newmarket, before advancing to higher categories, and achieving in his last participation last August an easy victory in the Denford Stakes race, dedicated to the horses of the “Listed” category, which took place at the British “Newbury” track. This season, Victory Dance previously tested its capabilities in high-ranking races, when last July finished runner-up with a short head difference in the Superlative Stakes for Group 2 horses, which took place at the Newmarket track.
Godolphin coach Charlie Appleby said in a press statement: “Victory Dance is entering the race in good shape, and in his return to the top-ranking races, he brings with him the experience and strong performance record that he has gained in his career, and we feel that he is a strong contender for the title.”
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