European campaign planned for Spanish Mission

Spanish Mission seems set be reverted straight back in Europe instead of visit America for the Breeders’ Cup.
The David Simcock-trained three-year-old recorded a triumph in the $1million Jockey Club Derby Invitational Stakes at Belmont Park on Saturday being made by Jamie Spencer to score with a nose.
Even more notable was that dropping his proper rein had hindered Spencer.
Earle Mack and Team Valor owns the Noble Mission colt, and while his Belmont triumph earned Spanish Mission entry to the Breeders’ Cup Turf, the Barry Irwin of the latter was swift to rule out that.
He told bloodhorse.com:”He is a good horse. I think he’ll get better with age.
“When I bought himthe plan was supposed to abandon him in Europe this year and then bring him to America next year. Halfway through the summer, I realised that this is a European horse and I told my guys,’He is never coming home, but I will bring him for this race’.
“We’re looking at the Melbourne Cup (later on ) with this horse. Earle prefer to win that race compared to anything, and I’d love to win it also.”
Spencer said of this magnificent finish:”Going into the final turn he was giving me all he’d.
“I fell my right rein and even though I was using the harvest, when you lose your reins in a hurry, it generally signals to the horse which the race is over.”

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