European campaign planned for Spanish Mission

Spanish Mission looks set be monetized straight back in Europe rather than visit America for the Breeders’ Cup.
The David Simcock-trained three-year-old listed a famous win at Belmont Park on Saturday night, being made right online by Jamie Spencer to score by a nose.
Even more noteworthy was that falling his rein had hindered Spencer.
Earle Mack and Team Valor owns the Noble Mission colt, and while his Belmont victory made Spanish Mission entrance into the Breeders’ Cup Turf, the latter’s Barry Irwin was fast to rule out that.
He told”He’s a fantastic horse. I believe he will get better with age.
“After I bought him, the strategy was to leave him in Europe this year and then bring him to America following year. Halfway through the summer, I realised I told my guys and this is a European horse,’He is never coming home, but I’ll bring him’.
“We’re taking a look at the Melbourne Cup (in the future) with this horse. Earle would rather win that race than anything else, and I’d love to win it as well.”
Spencer said of this dramatic finish:”Moving into the final turn he was giving me all he’d.
“I fell my right rein and although I was using the crop, when you drop your reins in a race, it typically signals into the horse which the race is finished.”

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