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Buick wants rematch to show Elusive Kate's class.

WILLIAM Buick would like Elusive Kate to take on Sky Lantern again as he believes the John Gosden-trained filly did not get the credit she deserved after coming out on top in a tight finish to the Falmouth Stakes.

Elusive Kate went to France last weekend to win the Prix Rothschild for a second time in impressive fashion, a performance Buick felt showed everyone just how good she is.

After the Falmouth there were plenty who felt Sky Lantern was an unlucky loser, but Buick wants a rematch as he believes Elusive Kate is getting better all the time.

"I wasn't surprised by how she won. I've always believed in her and I think she is still improving with age," Buick said. "I suppose there were question marks after the Falmouth as she got no credit whatsoever, so it was nice for her to go and do it."
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Jul 31, 2013
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