Andre Fabre is under no illusions about the task since he prepares to renew rivalry with the Enable in the next month Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe facing Waldgeist.
The group have now met three times thus far, together with Waldgeist ending behind Enable in the Arc of last year, at the Breeders’ Cup and also in the King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot in July.
John Gosden’s Enable is a favourite to become the first horse in history to win a Arc at ParisLongchamp maybe not since Rail Link struck gold, although a race Fabre has maintained on a seven occasions.
Waldgeist put himself up for another tilt in Europe prize on Sunday with a victory in the Prix Foy, but he’ll face sterner competition in just under three months’ time.
“He did everything right,” said Fabre.
“The thought was to have a very eloquent race with no too difficult and he had it, therefore there’s not much else to say.
“It was just what we wanted prior to the Arc. He will come up against Enable again and what do we say about her? She will be tough to beat 23, if Permit runs into her regular level of form from the Arc.
“We have run from her three days and she has won each of them. Can we conquer her? I really don’t understand, it’s the same for everyone.
“Following the Arc he will probably visit the Breeders’ Cup again.”
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