Morando saunters to victory in Cumberland Lodge

Morando gave Silvestre de Sousa since returning from harm as he conducted a winner of the Home Raceday Targets # 3M Cumberland Lodge Stakes at Ascot, a success.
Later returning on Friday with a couple unplaced rides Berkshire a spell on the sidelines after a collapse at Chelmsford in August and Even the three-times champion jockey endured that he was soon back into the winners enclosure.
Morando was sent off the favourite for De Sousa and trainer Andrew Balding after completing a second in precisely the same level time and winning a Group Three at Chester earlier in the season.
The six-year-old never actually looked like unsatisfactory his supporters within this 12-furlong heat though, claiming his authority from the right to run out a six-length winner over Sextant.
De Sousa said:Its great to be back with a winner. This race is unique and this horse won at Chester in exactly the same ground conditions, and we have touched time with a three-year-old.
Hes tough and just adored the proceeding. I invested my time off changing nappies and only working at the fitness center!
This is a psychological thing as far as a physical entity when you are injured – and – fair play to Sir Peter OSullevan House and the people there, whove helped with the rehabilitation. They have facilities there and Ive had a whole lot of help from friends.
They helped me come back quite quickly. Id love to receive 100 winners (this year ) – there are seven abandoned today.
Hopefully I will be retained by (owners) King Power next year. I dont think it has been bad, although things could have gone this year. We have a whole lot of horses.
Khun AiyawattTop Srivaddhanaprabha is a gentleman and his dad was a gentleman. I am quite proud to work for a nice family. Fair play, he has continued his fathers vision and I hope the family will continue to be successful.
I am off to Hong Kong to journey in wintermonths, but obviously I am adaptable with King Power and will be accessible when they need me. We have a lot of two-year-olds to come out before the close of the year
Winning coach Balding added:Hes a high-tech horse in this ground, he moves very well on it, and it can be enormous help. The decision is really between the Prix Royal Oak or going back into the St Simon.

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