Champions day review from Ascot: Almanzor triumphs as Found and Minding have starring roles
It was an action-packed Saturday at Ascot which culminated in Almanzor capping a fantastic season and taking victory for France in an exhilarating Champion Stakes.
A crowd of 31,835 spectators gathered at the famous Berkshire racecourse to witness some of the sport's finest horses take starring roles on British racing’s richest day.
Sportmail's Racing Correspondent Marcus Townend reflects on what emerged from a hectic Champions day at the historic course.
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