Tierschützer werfen Rennverein und Veranstalter German Racing Tierquälerei vor (Pferde-Reich berichtete). Der Kölner Jockey Vinzenz. Die Profis aber heißen Jockeys. Die haben eine dreijährige Ausbildung zum "Pferdewirt mit dem Schwerpunkt Rennreiten" absolviert und eine Abschlussprüfung. Ein Jockey (bis auch Jockei) ist ein Berufs-Pferderennreiter. Um sich als Jockey bezeichnen zu dürfen, muss die Person eine dreijährige Ausbildung bei.
Ausbildung zum RennreiterFeiertag ist hier wie der Sonntag und bedeutet, dass weniger Pferde als üblich im Training laufen. Jockeys müssen eine dreijährige Ausbildung. In Deutschland legt eine 3-jährige Ausbildung zum Pferdewirt/Berufsreiter mit Schwerpunkt Rennreiten den Grundstein. Während der Lehre werden die Pferde. Tierschützer werfen Rennverein und Veranstalter German Racing Tierquälerei vor (Pferde-Reich berichtete). Der Kölner Jockey Vinzenz.
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In June , following his win in the Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot, Timeform raised its provisional rating to , making him the highest-rated horse in the organisation's history.
The World Thoroughbred Racehorse Rankings Committee rank Frankel as the best racehorse they have assessed since their ratings were introduced in , by a margin of two points.
In January they announced that their ratings had been recalibrated, since it was believed that in the early years of the scheme horses had been treated more generously than more recently.
Frankel's rating was confirmed at , but Dancing Brave was reduced from to , Alleged from to and Shergar from to Since , of British-bred racehorses only Ribot has won more races and finished his career unbeaten racing largely in Italy.
Frankel's performance in the Guineas has been described as "one of the greatest displays on a British racecourse". Frankel is a bay horse with a large white star , a white snip just above his nose, and four white feet.
He is named after the renowned and late American trainer Bobby Frankel. Frankel is by champion sire Galileo , out of Listed sprint-winner Kind who is a daughter of champion sire Danehill.
Although Galileo won The Derby , doubts surfaced over whether Frankel's staying power would be sufficient for the mile-and-a-half Classic.
Frankel was instead targeted towards a three-year-old campaign over a mile, his first main target being the Guineas.
Kind is also dam of Listed winner and Group performer Joyeuse. As a descendant of the broodmare Circassia, Frankel is from the same branch of Thoroughbred family 1-k which also produced the Guineas winner Don't Forget Me.
Frankel began his two-year-old career on 13 August in a one-mile maiden race at Newmarket on soft ground. He broke slowly, and was held up by jockey Tom Queally before making headway two furlongs out.
Tom Queally tracked the leader Diamond Geezah before moving Frankel to the front a furlong from the finish.
The horse accelerated past his opponents and drew away to win by thirteen lengths from subsequent Prix Marcel Boussac third Rainbow Springs in impressive style.
The race was notable for Frankel's mid-race move around the home turn, and the colt beat subsequent Horris Hill Stakes winner Klammer by 10 lengths.
Treasure Beach , The Derby runner-up and Irish Derby winner the following year, was beaten just under 11 lengths. After the race, Peter Scargill of The Racing Post said that "the jockey merely pushed his mount out hands and heels to win by ten lengths — it could've easily been more".
He has been ticking all the right boxes. In the last two months he has started to really improve, improve and improve". Frankel's final start of the year was the Dewhurst Stakes at Newmarket on 16 October, his first race at Group 1 level.
The race — billed as the two-year-old race of the century  — also featured two other unbeaten colts; Dream Ahead , 9-length winner of the Group 1 Middle Park Stakes a fortnight earlier and Saamidd, winner of Doncaster's Champagne Stakes and labelled "Pegasus" by his Godolphin stable.
Frankel was restrained by Queally before moving up to take the lead a furlong from the finish. He won the race "comfortably" by two and a quarter lengths, despite hanging to the right in the closing stages.
Frankel's prep-race for the Guineas and the first start of his three-year-old career was the Greenham Stakes at Newbury on 16 April over seven furlongs.
He defeated Excelebration — who went on to win the Mehl-Mülhens-Rennen German Guineas by seven lengths and the Group 1 Prix du Moulin de Longchamp that season — by four lengths, showing his customary turn of foot around a furlong from home.
Following the race, trainer Henry Cecil insisted that the colt would improve dramatically for the outing before the Newmarket Classic. Frankel had a lead of around 15 lengths by half way and won by six lengths; the biggest winning margin since Tudor Minstrel in The performance was described as "barely believable",  while Paul Curtis of the Racing Post said afterwards that "Frankel's astonishing performance puts him firmly in the superstar status".
Although he was the long-time favourite for the Epsom Derby, stamina doubts meant that Frankel did not run in what many consider racing's Blue Riband race.
In the race, the pacemaker, Rerouted, set a furious pace and opened up a sizeable lead by half-way. Frankel was then asked by jockey Tom Queally to go after the leader and passed Rerouted shortly after the three-furlong marker, going on to open up a lead of six lengths on the rest of the field with two furlongs to go.
However, in the final furlong, shot Zoffany began to make up significant ground and Frankel eventually only won by three-quarters of a length.
Following the race, Queally received criticism from a number of quarters for what some considered to be an ill-judged ride, since the mid-race move appeared possibly to have taken too much of a toll on the horse.
Despite claims from Cecil and Queally that Frankel was merely idling in front, some observers saw the race as the first time the colt looked less than invulnerable.
The Sussex Stakes was billed as "The Duel on the Downs "  and was viewed by many as the most eagerly awaited confrontation in years.
Frankel scored a five-length victory over the world's top-rated older miler and five-time consecutive Group 1 winner Canford Cliffs on 27 July at Goodwood.
In a moderately run and tactical affair, Frankel made all the running to beat the horse who had accounted for three-time Breeders' Cup Mile winner Goldikova in his previous race.
Canford Cliffs was found to have a shadow on his pastern, which could cause serious damage if exacerbated. Thus, he was retired on veterinary advice directly after the race.
Frankel received many accolades following his victory. His trainer Sir Henry Cecil said: "I think it's a facetious thing to say, but he's the best I've ever seen.
I suppose the only ones I could compare would be Shergar and Blushing Groom at his best. I can't go back to the days of Tudor Minstrel and match races, but he's the best in my lifetime.
After the victory, the British Horseracing Authority raised Frankel's official rating from tied with Australian horse Black Caviar to , making him officially the best racehorse in the world.
The race, over a mile and a quarter, would be the first time Frankel would contest a race over that distance.
Despite his reputation, Frankel did not scare off the opposition on 15 October as a strong eight-horse field was declared for Queen Elizabeth II Stakes.
Frankel won by 4 lengths with Group 1 winners Excelebration and Immortal Verse filling the minor placings. It was the third time that Excelebration had succumbed to the Cecil-trained star.
He was given a Timeform rating of at the end of his three-year old career moving him up to fourth in the Timeform all-time flat rating list.
Whilst hitherto Frankel had contested races over no further than a mile eight furlongs as a two and three-year-old, his four-year-old campaign was expected to comprise some of the premier ten-furlong middle-distance races in the calendar.
In October Teddy Grimthorpe, racing manager to Prince Khalid Abdulla, mentioned "the Eclipse and the Juddmonte "  as potential targets later in the season, while it was possible that the horse might contest the Breeders' Cup Mile or Classic at Santa Anita as a final career start.
Trainer Sir Henry Cecil said in October that he believed his charge would improve for another winter and that the horse "will get a mile and a quarter very easily".
The Newmarket trainer added: "He's really beginning to grow up. You're going to see a better horse next year and he's pretty good as he is.
Reports surfaced that Frankel had suffered an injury to his off-fore on Wednesday 11 April while working on Racecourse Side in Newmarket.
At this stage the injury looks superficial but he will be kept monitored over the next few days. Frankel had a scan which came up clear but, due to filling in the injury, a scan for the following week was arranged to arrive at a more definitive diagnosis once that filling had dissipated.
Before this second scan, rumours sparked by TV reports during coverage of the Grand National at Aintree spread that Frankel had been retired.
This claim was rejected by Grimthorpe  and, later, the second scan showed no damage. Use arrow keys.
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