Gordon Lord Byron ready for his race at Haydock

If he can claim top honours at a race named in his honour at Haydock on Thursday gordon Lord Byron will bring the house down.
Tom Hogan’s veteran counts Group One wins among his 16 career victories, such as what his trainer believes was a career-best performance in the Sprint Cup in the Merseyside place.
Gordon Lord Byron came home from his top-class compatriot Slade Power. The next March, he moved on to claim his most recent success.
It has been a while between drinks to the popular Irish challenger as he has not managed to get his mind in front because landing the Group Two Greenlands Stakes at the Curragh in May 2017 – but he has run several fine races in defeat up to now this season.
“Thursday’s race will be Gordon Lord Byron’s 103rd start, it’s a fairytale,” said Hogan.
“Gordon Lord Byron has raced all around the world – Australia, Hong Kong, France and the United Arab Emirates, but winning the Sprint Cup at Haydock Park in 2013 was his best performance.
“He loves it there.”
Gordon Lord Byron is the horse in a field of two runners for your seven-furlong Gordon Lord Byron EBF Requirements.
To add attention, the 11-year-old will be ridden by Frankie Dettori for the very first time.
Talking on the Haydock site, Hogan included:”This is a really beautiful gesture from Haydock to put on this race, so they’re excellent people there.
“I take him on the shore most weeks, it’s a 100 miles travel from where I train, but it’s well worth it because he enjoys the sea and sand under his hooves.
“He receives five-star therapy and it is all about keeping him happy and pleased .”
If Gordon Lord Byron emerge victorious on his own return it may be considered as the perfect way for him to bring down the curtain .
However, his County coach insists retirement on his not on his head.
He explained:”He actually enjoys his lifestyle – and that I don’t see any reason why he won’t stay in training each year.”
Haydock’s ministry of this class Kirkland Tellwright is currently looking forward to welcoming Gordon Lord Byron and his relations back .
He said:”Gordon Lord Byron’s career is heartwarming and we are proud to have been part of it in Haydock Park.
“Having been second at the Sprint Cup in 2012 and 2014, he came close to equalling the list of Be Friendly, who is the only horse to have won the Sprint Cup twice.
“His record is listened to his durability and class and to Tom Hogan’s skilful management of the horse”

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