"He's such a tough customer and you have got to be proud of a performance like that," Brittain said. "He'll now go for the King George and the Juddmonte International. It's taken me six years to know how to train him."
Norse Dancer finished fourth, followed by Powerscourt (5th), Ikthyar (6th), Imperial Dancer (7th), Rakti (8th), Salford City (9th), African Dream (10th), Maktub (11th) and Chancellor.
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