O’Brien Is Yet to Decide on Melbourne Cup Plan for Russian Camelot

ADELAIDE, South Australia – Danny O’Brien remarked that he would still think about letting Russian Camelot compete in the 2020 Melbourne Cup. His announcement comes following the three-year-old colt’s win in the South Australian Derby 2020 last Saturday, May 9. In the 2019 Melbourne Cup, O’Brien was victorious with Vow and Declare. O’Brien affirmed that Russian Camelot is still a young charge. At this point, he expressed that it is still unclear if he would follow the same path of joining the 3,200-metre November horse race, according to the news by Australian horse racing news and information portal Racenet.

The forthcoming 2020 Melbourne Cup is a horse race that will take place at the Flemington Racecourse and will award $8 million to the winning team. During the weekend’s South Australian Derby 2020, O’Brien watched Russian Camelot rake in his victory from Caulfield due to the coronavirus protocol on cross-border travel. The racehorse trainer affirmed that the brown and black-coloured son of Lady Babooshka and Camelot had been quite a thrilling sporting horse for them and the horse racing fans since he engaged in his first competition.

O’Brien confirmed that they had been proud of Russian Camelot since he was a yearling. For the past year, he cited that the South Australian Derby 2020 was a competition that they had been aiming for the male sporting horse. O’Brien said that they are quite satisfied to witness Russian Camelot turn up and deliver. He added that their achievement of a northern hemisphere-bred racehorse winning the Adelaide derby is the first-ever and had never happened in the past.

The racehorse trainer of Russian Camelot relayed that they were very confident in joining the tilt that they had zero excuses. He mentioned that the Flemington racehorse had possessed everything they required to perform to make him a winning competitor. Jockey John Allen rode Russian Camelot, bringing the racehorse down the middle of the racetrack. Based on the report by Australian horse betting news and tips website JustHorseRacing.com.au, he and O’Brien’s charge defeated Dalasan, and they triumphed going away by 1 and 3/4 lengths in the 2,500-metre staying test held at the Morphettville Racecourse.

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