There was no pleasure for the British and Irish raiders on Saturday in Australia with Ten Sovereigns significantly disappointing when ending last in The Everest – gained by Yes Yes Yes.

Trained by Chris Waller of Winx fame and ridden by veteran jockey Glen Boss who partnered Makybe Diva to 3 Melbourne Cups, Yes Yes Yes was one of many last runners to safe a spot in the A$14 million race at Randwick.

However, there was no fluke in his success as he smashed the observe document in the method.

July Cup winner Ten Sovereigns was by no means travelling for Ryan Moore and didn’t beat a rival.

“You get here, you stand on the blocks for 100m and you have to get gold. I swear, that is just an unbelievable experience I’ve just had there,” Boss advised www.racenet.com.au.

“This is huge. What a feeling! This takes me back to 2005 (Makybe Diva’s third Melbourne Cup).”

Waller mentioned: “There is a lot in danger operating a colt in a race like this however then once more there may be a lot to achieve.

“He will at all times be the primary colt to win The Everest and it definitely will not have a detrimental impact on his stud profession simply because it is not a Group One.”

Japanese raider Mer De Glace swooped late to win the Caulfield Cup to offer the nation a second win in 5 years after the success of Admire Rakti.

Vow And Declare was second with the previous Sir Michael Stoute-trained Mirage Dancer in third simply forward of Aidan O’Brien’s former inmate Constantinople.

Ebor winner Mustajeer, now additionally educated in Australia, completed nicely to assert sixth. Ed Dunlop’s Red Verdon and Ian Williams’ Gold Mount each suffered troubled passages ending eighth and 12th respectively.

Winning jockey Damian Lane, who rode the winner to victory twice in Japan, persuaded coach Hisashi Shimizu to make the journey.

Speaking by means of a translator, Shimizu mentioned: “It’s a tremendous expertise to be right here and I’m so glad proper now.

“This win will likely be very huge in Japan, everyone is aware of concerning the Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival again house so I’m positive there will likely be loads of very glad individuals there.

“One of my predominant targets was to win a Group One race internationally, they are not simple to win. I’m so happy with this horse and in addition the jockey, he rode an ideal race so I’m very grateful to him.”

Following the race Constantinople was made common favorite for the Melbourne Cup.

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