Admire Rakti The Japanese Warrior Breathes His Last After The Melbourne Cup Race

Admire Ratki won the Caulfield Cup in October and started as the favorite in the 154th edition of the Melbourne Cup. Starting as a front runner in the early stage of the race, he suddenly faded midway in to the race and finished last in the 22-horse field. The seven-year-old Japanese stayer collapsed and died due to exhaustion suffered during the race. His death was cited as a rare event. Trained by Tomoyuki Umeda and owned by Riichi Kondo, he carried maximum weight of 58.5 kilograms in the fourth-fastest Cup ever run.

May his soul rest in peace for eternity! Visit www.justhorseracing.com.au/melbourne-cup to know more shocking news.