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Palace pier reaches the top of the Longines world rankings


After his performance in Al Shaqab Lockingy Stakes (G1), Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed Al Maktoum pier palace He leads the fourth edition of the Longines rankings of the world’s best racehorse for 2021 from racing until June 6.

With his 1 1/2 win at Lockinge, Palace Pier improved his rating to 125 from 121 and is now 2 for 2 this year. He has previously taken the Bet365 Sandown Mile (G2) at eight lengths. He is expected to take part in the next race on June 15 in the Queen Anne Stakes (G1) competition at Royal Ascot.

The Queen Anne is a Breeders’ Cup “Win and You In” qualifier for the FanDuel Breeders’ Mile Cup presented by the PDJF (G1T) in From the sea This fall.

nature sector , owned by RAE Lyons, PD Harrison, et al., ranks second with a rating of 123, followed by the three-way tie for third with ratings of 122 shared by Klaravich Stables’ domestic spending , Prince A. Faisal Supervisor and Godolphin mystic guide . The local spend and mystic guide are some of the best trained runners in the United States.

Adayar And the basic quality , both owned by Godolphin, ranks first among 3-year-olds with ratings of 121. Adayar earned a Cazoo Derby (G1) in 4 1/2 lengths, Essential Quality the Belmont Stakes by NYRA Bets (G1) with a 1 1/ 4 lengths on the front Hot Rod Charlie .

The full list of reviews is Online.

Longines Best Philanthropic World Rankings (1 Jan – 6 June)

rank Evaluation horse Surface born Owner Coach
1 125 pier palace occupation 2017 Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Al Maktoum John and Teddy Gosden
2 123 nature sector occupation 2014 Ray Lyons, BD Harrison et al Chris Waller
3 (tie) 122 domestic spending occupation 2017 Claravic Stables Chad Brown
3 (tie) 122 Supervisor dirt/grass 2017 Prince A. Faisal John Gosden
3 (tie) 122 mystic guide dirt 2017 Godolphin Michael Stidham



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