Foret Hat Trick the Aim for One Master

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One Master | Scoop Dyga

MG1SW One Master (GB) (Fastnet Rock {Aus}), who won the 2018 and 2019 editions of the G1 Prix de la Foret on Arc Day, is on course for a third attempt, trainer William Haggas revealed. A winner of the G3 Oak Tree S. at Goodwood this July, the Lael Stables homebred has been runner-up in her past two starts-the G2 City of York S. on Aug. 22 and the Sept. 12 G2 Park S. at Doncaster last out.

Haggas said, “She ran very well. She’s just been unfortunate, but that’s the way it goes. She’s come out of the race fine and that [Foret] is the plan.”

Another Haggas trainee, the Cheveley Park Stud homebred Sacred (GB) (Exceed And Excel {Aus}) is pointing to the G1 Cheveley Park S. at Newmarket on Sept. 26. The daughter of Sacre Caroline (Blame) has been runner up in a trio of Group 2s after breaking her maiden at first asking on June 4-the June 20 Queen Mary S., Aug. 20 Lowther S., and Sept. 11 Bombardier Flying Childers S.

“Sacred was unfortunate as we had to go a bit earlier than we’d planned to beforehand as the race was happening away from her,” added Haggas. “She’ll go for the Cheveley Park S. next.”

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