The time was 1:37.4 on good to soft footing, which is the sort of going Bright Sky prefers."We will see how she comes out of this race and it has always been planned for her to have an autumn campaign," Lellouche told The Racing Post. "We could take in the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes. She does have a preference for soft ground."
"She took time to accelerate and I was worried that we had missed the boat when Six Perefections took a length or two off us one out," Boeuf said.
Six Perfections had legitimate excuses in her earlier races, but did not encounter traffic problems Sunday. Trainer Pascal Bary said the Niarchos Family homebred Six Perfections hit the front too early.
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