Pegasus World Cup: Arrogate beats California Chrome in $12m race


Arrogate was final week named a World’s Best Racehorse

Arrogate powered to an considerable feat in a world’s richest competition – a $12m (£9.56m) Pegasus World Cup.

The Breeders’ Cup Classic winner, lerned by Bob Baffert and ridden by Mike Smith, bided his time before emphatically striding to a winning post during Gulfstream Park in Florida.

The approaching plea from California Chrome, racing for a final time in his career, unsuccessful to materialise.

“I’m so relieved,” pronounced Baffert, who “felt bad” about California Chrome.

“He only didn’t move his competition so that match-up never came about,” pronounced a American.

“It’s good to be here. we never suspicion I’d be here in a $12m race. I’m a small emotional.”

Arrogate was final week named Longines World’s Best Racehorse after earning a rating of 134 for his half-length feat over California Chrome during Santa Anita in November.

Smith pronounced his mountain had constructed “another implausible performance” to secure a $7m (£5.58m) initial prize.

He added: “That’s not a California Chrome we know. He didn’t fire.”