One Master repeats Foret victory for William Haggas

Her crown was successfully defended by one Master in the Qatar Prix de la Foret.
The William Haggas-trained mare has run nicely in the highest level on some occasions this year, finishing a close third in the Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot and a neck second to Veracious in the Falmouth in Newmarket and finishing fifth at the Prix Maurice de Gheest.
Back above her favoured distance of seven furlongs, the five-year-old revealed her very best in man-of-the-moment Pierre-Charles hands Boudot – who had followed a Saturday four-timer with success aboard Waldgeist in the Prix de lArc de Triomphe.
One Master was that the favorite to maintain the final Group One for the second year in series on Arc evening and finished strongly in the testing conditions to find the best of City Light.
Joseph OBriens Speak was greatest of the remaining third.
Haggas stated:that the lad who rides her all the time knew she had been right and he was spot on.
Ive been waiting a year to conduct her more than seven furlongs on gentle ground. I think shes got a little faster this season, or so the plan would be to go back to six furlongs and hope for similarly testing conditions at the sprint at Ascot (Qipco British Champions Sprint, October 19).
Having spoken to the owners, there is a great chance she will remain in training every year.
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