Frankie Dettori vows to ride on after Gosden split | Racing TV

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It’s the news that has the whole racing world talking, and we finally get to hear from the man himself as Frankie Dettori talks about his recently-announced ‘sabbatical’ from top trainer John Gosden and at least a temporary halt to their highly successful association,l

A partnership that goes back three decades, Dettori and Gosden have enjoyed particular success from Clarehaven Stables in Newmarket since the two teamed up in 2015, kickstarting an indian summer to Dettori’s career with Derby glory aboard Golden Horn the first of 41 Group 1 victories in Britain and Ireland as well as three Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe successes and more top-level wins in France and America with such equine stars including Enable, Stradivarius, Palace Pier and Too Darn Hot.

Speaking to Racing TV’s Chris Dixon on the July Course at Newmarket, Dettori explains more about his seeming departure from the Gosden fold and vows to ride on for at least the rest of this season and for the following campaign in 2023. Check out the interview in full.

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