Ryan Moore has won his third consecutive Canadian International at Woodbine, taking this year’s race on the Sir Michael Stoute-trained Cannock Chase.
Moore, who won the 2400m Grade One race on the Stoute-trained Hillstar 12 months ago and Joshua Tree for Ed Dunlop in 2013, weaved his way down the long straight, challenging wide with plenty of horse underneath him.
Cannock Chase soon put the race to bed, despite hanging to his right in the closing stages.
“Everything happened nicely, he picked up really well,” Moore said.
“He’s a good horse. He’s had a few niggly issues this year, but the boss brought him along slowly and I’m delighted he’s done the job today.”
“I’m very lucky, I get to ride for the best people, I just have to sit out of trouble most of the time and they win. He won easy.”
Earlier on the card, Moore teamed up with David Wachman to take the E.P Taylor Stakes with Curvy in similar fashion.