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SEA The Stars trainer John Oxx has dubbed the 3-year-old colt the "Usain Bolt" of the horseracing world and says there was a chance he may enter the US's Breeders Cup Classic.
Trained by Oxx in Ireland, the colt has became the first in history to win the English 2000 Guineas, Derby and Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe, making it six wins in six major European races when he romped to victory in Paris on Sunday.
Oxx compared Sea The Stars with world and Olympic 100 and 200m champion Bolt, the Jamaican sprinter who holds both world records.
"He's got a great pedigree, temperament and looks," Oxx said of the thoroughbred.
"As a physical specimen, he is the Usain Bolt of the equine world. You couldn't hope to breed a better horse."
The trainer said initially he would have only considered Sea The Stars for the November 7 Breeders Cup Classic if he had been forced to pull the colt out of Sunday's race at Longchamp because of the soft going. The conditions were ideal, however, and the colt recovered from a shaky first half of the race to burst through a gap and leave some top quality rivals behind.
"The Breeders' Cup was an option in case the ground went wrong at Longchamp," Oxx said. "My gut instinct is that after the hard season the horse has had, with six races in six months, America is probably a step too far but we haven't ruled it out.
"It's two weeks before we have to make an entry and a decision will be made then. I have no fears about the surface.
"He has plenty of polytrack experience on the Curragh and he would love the surface and bounce off it." - Sapa-AP