Cox turns to Mosse for Papin
Clive Cox is hoping lightning can strike twice for himself and Gerald Mosse with Heartache in the Prix Robert Papin on Sunday.
With stable jockey Adam Kirby unable to do the weight of 8st 12lb on the Queen Mary winner, Cox has booked an old ally.
Mosse rode Reckless Abandon to win the Maisons-Laffitte Group Two in 2012, while Cox was also successful with Tiz Marvellous 12 months ago.
"Gerald rides purely because Adam can't do the weight, it's as simple as that," said Cox.
"One of the main attractions of this race was the fact she escaped a Group Two penalty for her Queen Mary win, but unfortunately for Adam the sex allowance has worked against him in this case.
"I'm delighted to be able to call on Gerald, though, we go back a long way."
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