Desert Encounter camp eye third Canadian International

Connections of Desert Encounter might put their sights on another Pattison Canadian International success night following the seven-year-old triumphed on Saturday at Woodbine.
Desert Encounter was a length winner of the Grade One heating last year, had half a length to spare with this occasion over runner Alounak, also when beating fellow raider Thundering Blue.
The David Simcock-trained gelding has been registering a fourth win on the rebound following Group Three wins at Goodwood, Windsor and Newbury, along with his staff see no reason Desert Encounter cannot bid to imitate Joshua Tree, who is the only triple winner of this 12-furlong race so far.
Philip Robinson, racing manager for owner Abdulla Al Mansoori, advised would be lovely (to reunite in 2020). I dare say whether hes still a happy horse like he is now, for sure, hell be back. He loves it here, why dont you?
The last three or four races he has just never stopped improving, he is still improving. You expect it possibly from a four- or – five-year-old but I think mentally hes progressing so much.
He is enjoying his racing – hes only in a really happy place (at) this instant.
Andrew Baldings Pivoine contested the International, but had to settle for fourth, while Joseph OBriens Red Tea was out of the frame at the EP Taylor Stakes.

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