Found headlines 59 Investec Oaks entries
15 Apr 2015
Investec Oaks ante post favourite Found headlines 59 entries for the British Classic on Friday 5 June.
Found cruising to Group 1 glory in France. Image courtesy of racingfotos.com.
Investec Oaks ante post favourite Found headlines 59 entries for the Investec Oaks on Friday 5 June.
The three-year-old daughter of Galileo ended last season with a decisive victory in the Group 1 Prix Marcel Boussac at Longchamp in October and is the market leader for the QIPCO British Champions Series contest.
Found is joined by 10 other Ballydoyle stable contenders in the entries that include leading QIPCO 1000 Guineas hope Together Forever.
John Gosden, who won the contest last year with Champions Series heroine Taghrooda, has 7 entries.
A full list of the entries is below.
Aidan O’Brien (11 entries): Cocoon, Diamondsandrubies, Easter, Fluff, Found, Kissed By Angels, Qualify, Together Forever, Truth, Wedding Vow and Words.
John Gosden (7 entries): Elle Shade, Entertainment, Jazzi Top, Jellicle Ball, Lady Correspondent, Martlet and Star of Seville.
Saeed bin Suroor (4 entries): Beautiful Romance, Local Time, Very Special and Winters Moon.
Alain de Royer Dupre (3 entries): Parade Music, Vadariya and Vedouma.
Ralph Becket (2 entries): Bellajeu and Forte.
Luca Cumani (2 entries): Lady Of Dubai and Pamona.
Ed Dunlop (2 entries): Arethusa and Sagaciously.
Rae Guest (2 entries): Goodyearforroses and What Say You.
Jessica Harrington (2 entries): Bocca Baciata and Jack Naylor.
James Tate (2 entries): Gold Sands and Namhroodah.
David Wachman (2 entries): Legatissimo and Queen Nefertiti.
Dermot Weld IRE (2 entries): Variable and Zannda.
Andrew Balding: Victoria Pollard
Michael Bell: Banzari
Jim Bolger: Pleascach
Marco Botti: Hassah
Clive Brittain: Teosroyal
Mick Channon: Malabar
Clive Cox: Loaves And Fishes
Mikel Delzangles: Little Nightingale
Harry Dunlop: Lulani
Andre Fabre: Al Naamah
William Haggas: Forever Popular
Mick Halford: Raydara
Charlie Hills: Pandora
Daniel Kubler: Affileo
Eddie Lynam: Agnes Stewart
Martyn Meade: Irish Rookie
Jonathan Portman: Maybelater
Sir Michael Stoute: Crystal Zvezda