Fame And Glory Odds
Aidan O’Brien has been proved right that Fame And Glory was the right horse to step up into the staying division and he can dominate this sphere of horse racing again next season. Following Yeats’ retirement, O’Brien had a major decision to make as to which if his impressive batch of middle-distance horses to step up in trip and Fame And Glory was eventually chosen, ahead of the likes of Age Of Aquarius and Rip Van Winkle.
Take Fame And Glory odds if it looks like he will front run
It was clear the horse had a high cruising speed and a decent finishing kick as he had previously finished second in an Epsom Derby and these attributes have also helped him over longer distances.
He has utilised his cruising speed to dictate races from the front and then gone for home with about 2f remaining and not been caught. This approach has already paid dividends in two big races in helping him win Ascot Gold Cup at Royal Ascot and the Long Distance Cup at the same course on British Champions Day.
Fame And Glory odds set for Ascot Gold Cup for years to come
Yeats confirmed his spot as the greatest stayer ever with his four career victories in the Ascot Gold Cup and this is almost certainly the chief target for Fame And Glory in seasons to come. The prestige and prize money of the Long Distance Cup will also make this race a likely aim, unless connections would rather send Fame And Glory to Longchamp in October to tackle the Prix du Cadran.