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RAPIDINHAS

LESSONS IN LOST CAMELOT OPPORTUNITY

by Bren O'Brien

The dominance of internationally bred runners in Saturday's G1 Cox Plate stings that little bit more for local breeders when you realise the sires of the first four home all shuttled to Australia at one point.

An unprecedented sweep by internationally bred horses of the top four places in Saturday's race highlighted the enormous challenges faced in trying to resurrect the reputation of the Australian-bred middle distance and staying thoroughbred.

The trend towards European-bred domination of Australia's best staying races such as the G1 Melbourne Cup, has been evident for much of this century, but there was always a sense that when it came to Australia's premier middle distance events, such as the Cox Plate, the locals could still hold their own.

Winx's (Street Cry {Ire}) incredible four-year Cox Plate reign has perhaps masked the trend towards international dominance of the Moonee Valley feature, with the wins of Adelaide (Ire) and Lys Gracieux (Jpn) (Heart's Cry {Jpn}) bookending those quartet of successes.

Saturday's result, headed by winner Sir Dragonet (Ire) (Camelot {GB}), swept away any notion that this race has withstood the influence of the internationalisation of Australian racing.