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Arctic on an upward curve

23rd June 2021

Arctic Emperor is a horse on an upward curve and proved himself a very versatile horse too when winning at Bath this evening.

The three-year-old, a winner in bottomless ground at Haydock on his previous start, was switching to firm ground for his latest outing and there are very few horses who can win on both types or terrain.

Archie had been optimistic Arctic could be fully effective on the much quicker ground and that certainly proved to be the case under an assured ride from Luke Morris.

Luke, who was completing a treble on the card, had Artic Emperor well placed from an early stage.

Building the tempo from the home turn, he soon had his rivals on the stretch and his mount showed a tremendous attitude again to fight off some in-form horses and hold on decisively.

Arctic’s latest win built on a pleasing win at Haydock and with all ground seemingly fine for him, his horse racing syndicate look to have a nice, progressive horse on their hands for the rest of the season.

Still lightly raced, Arctic Emperor is a fine stamp of a horse with more physical progress to come.

With two wins and two places to his name this year, Arctic is on an upward curve and doing a great job for his owners.

He’s yet another fine example of the fine horses Archie recruits for our owners.

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