William Haggas remains coy over horse some are dubbing best since Frankel

Baaeed presented compelling evidence he is the best miler since the mighty Frankel with a routine win in the Group One Lockinge Stakes at Newbury. 

The William Haggas-trained colt, who is now unbeaten in seven career runs, had gears to spare as he eased home by three-and-a-quarter lengths ahead of Real World in the hands of jockey Jim Crowley.

Haggas said of his 4-9 favourite: ‘I would not go as far as to say he is the best horse in the world – that is the sort of thing others might say – but it was a strongish field and he did very well.’

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Baaeed ridden by Jim Crowley cruised to victory at Newbury on Saturday afternoon

Baaeed had a few gears spare in his winning run in The Al Shaqad Lockinge Stakes at Newbury

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