Winning debut! Battaash’s brother makes the perfect start on the track with victory at Tipperary

Racing TV published this video item, entitled “Winning debut! Battaash’s brother makes the perfect start on the track with victory at Tipperary” – below is their description.

The Antarctic, a 750,000 guineas purchase and full-brother to Battaash, kicked off his racing career in style as the Dark Angel colt show battling qualities to see off the more-experienced Wodao inside the final furlong at Tipperary.

The Aidan O’Brien-trained juvenile had become restless in the stalls but showed plenty of pace in the race itself, travelling prominently and sticking on well under Ryan Moore to assert close home.

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