O'Brien sweep as Found wins Europe's most prestigious horse race

02 October 2016 - 18:30 By Agency Staff


Irish trainer Aidan O'Brien celebrated a podium sweep after Found won Europe's most prestigious horse race, the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe, at Chantilly on Sunday. The four-year-old Irish filly, saddled by Ryan-Lee Moore, kicked with four furlongs to run to convincingly win the Arc, the richest race in Europe with $5.6m in total prize money.Highland Reel and Order of St George came in second and third to round off an outstanding day's racing for O'Brien, whose sole previous Arc victory was by Dylan Thomas nine years ago.Pre-race 2/1 favourite Postponed came in fifth.AFP

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