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    25 February 2024

    Kalif du Berlais shows great determination to secure victory in the Adonis Stakes

    Kalif du Berlais Triumphs in Coral Adonis Juvenile Hurdle

    In a thrilling showdown at Kempton, Kalif du Berlais kept his flawless record intact but faced fierce competition from Givemefive in the Coral Adonis Juvenile Hurdle. The dynamic duo battled it out on the track, showcasing their resilience and determination.

    Trained by the illustrious Paul Nicholls and co-owned by none other than Sir Alex Ferguson, Kalif Du Berlais left an indelible mark on his UK debut over the same course and distance. As the 10-11 favorite to claim victory once again, all eyes were on this promising young talent.

    The stage was set for a riveting race with contenders like Irish Derby fourth Peking Opera and Captain Marvellous entering the mix alongside Harry Derham’s impressive Givemefive. Despite facing stiff competition, Kalif Du Berlais showcased exceptional stamina as he crossed the finish line three-quarters of a length ahead under jockey Harry Cobden.

    Cobden reflected on their performance, stating that despite initial challenges during the race, Kalif Du Berlais demonstrated immense potential and room for growth. The young prodigy’s size and scope hint at a promising future in chasing events such as Aintree.

    Nicholls lauded Kalif Du Berlais’ tenacity and hinted at potential future plans while emphasizing careful handling to nurture his talent. The seasoned trainer expressed excitement about the horse’s prospects in upcoming competitions.

    Givemefive put up a commendable fight under Derham’s guidance, displaying grit and determination throughout the race. While narrowly missing out on first place, Givemefive showed promise for future races with multiple options under consideration.

    Derham contemplated alternative racing options post-event, considering factors such as freshness and handicapping advantages for optimal performance moving forward. 

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