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Last Updated: October 7, 2013 11:29am
Moonlight Cloud: Foret rout
Thierry Jarnet wrapped up a fine day's work as Moonlight Cloud came from well off the pace to win the Prix de la Foret.
An hour and a half after winning the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe aboard Treve, Jarnet showed astonishing coolness to bring the winner from the rear division with a burst of speed that saw the amazing filly hit the front inside the final furlong and quickly shoot clear to defeat Gordon Lord Byron.
Despite racing quite freely in front under Johnny Murtagh, last year's winner fought off his challengers and looked the likeliest winner two furlongs out.
But Jarnet has cultivated a brilliant relationship with multiple Group One winner Moonlight Cloud and knew he had matters in hand aboard the five-year-old.
Garswood kept on well for Ryan Moore to finish third, just ahead of Dux Scholar.
Winning trainer Freddy Head said: "She's a real pleasure to watch.
"I thought Thierry had left her a long way (back) and Gordon Lord Byron had taken an easy lead, I wondered if we would catch him but when the speed comes, she can really quicken.
"There's no plans with her. I'm not sure about Santa Anita (Breeders' Cup), we may go to Hong Kong but I think it will be her last year and she will go to stud.
"It's been a great year for her, winning three Group Ones, beating everything."
Jarnet, enjoying a day never to forget after his win in the Arc on Treve, said: "I know her well now, I left her at the back of the field and she felt as well as when she first won here. I've ridden a lot of good horses but she just has that turn of foot which sets her apart.
"She was the most important horse in my career, but now she has competition with Treve!"
Fahey was more than satisfied with the effort of Garswood and is mapping out a one-mile campaign for next year.
He said: "I was delighted with that run. We plan to keep the horse in training next year when he will be aimed at all the top mile races such as the Lockinge and the Queen Anne."