Corre Caminos may now be sent to England, where the June 21 Prince of Wales's Stakes (Eng-I) at Royal Ascot has been penciled in for his next start.
Irish-based stallion Montjeu began 2006 the same way he ended it -- with another Group 1 winner. This time, it was the lightly raced Corre Caminos who rolled to a five-length victory in the Prix Ganay-Grand Prix Air Mauritius (Fr-I) at Longchamp.Corre Caminos, a 4-year-old gelding, was making only his seventh lifetime start for his owner, the Marquise de Moratalla and trainer Mikel Delzangles. He debuted less than 12 months ago, easily winning a 1 1/4-mile maiden at Saint-Cloud. In his most recent start in early April, he finished second, losing to Manduro in the Prix d'Harcourt (Fr-II). He turned the tables on that rival on Sunday, with Manduro only managing to finish a well-beaten third. Royal Highness, one of three fillies in the race, split these rivals to grab second money.