Tom Marquand didn’t bow out with a winner as he completed his spell in Australia at Randwick on Saturday.
The rider has claimed two Group One prizes with William Haggas’ Addeybb over the previous couple of weeks, in addition to steering stablemate Young Rascal to Group Three honours.
Marquand has additionally solid some helpful partnerships with native trainers, together with Ciaron Maher and David Eustace and he partnered Holyfield for the duo within the Moet & Chandon Champagne Stakes.
The rider struck Group Three gold on Holyfield final month, however he proved no match for favorite King’s Legacy upped to the best degree, ending ninth.
Hugh Bowman rode the top winner, who’s educated by Peter and Paul Snowden, and informed www.racing.com: “He’s an distinctive colt.
“I’ve been knowledgeable that Coolmore have purchased into him, he is acquired an impeccable pedigree so you’ll be able to see precisely why, he is simply franked it.
“He is one of the best colts in the country of his generation and I can only see him improving further as a three-year-old.”
Marquand additionally lined up within the different Group One on the cardboard, the Schweppes All Aged Stakes, aboard Matthew Smith’s Fierce Impact.
He completed eighth behind Tofane, who was a brief head winner over Pierata, for coach Michael Moroney and jockey Opie Bosson.
The successful rider is predicated in New Zealand, however mentioned: “Not a lot is occurring again house in the mean time, so it is good to be right here and good to get a number of outcomes.
“I’m going again on Tuesday after which we now have to have a little bit of a dialogue to see whether or not we transfer the household again to Australia or not, I’ve acquired a number of issues to kind out first.”
Marquand, who was as a result of return to Britain after racing on Saturday, had three different unplaced rides on the cardboard.