Endless Acres forced to retire

Charlie Fellowes, trainer

Charlie Fellowes has been left "gutted" after Endless Acres picked up a career-ending injury in the Betfred Cesarewitch on Saturday.

Having his first run since finishing second at Royal Ascot, Fellowes felt his four-year-old would have given the winner Withhold something to think about had misfortune not struck.

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"He's ruptured a tendon, so his racing days are over," said Fellowes.

"We still have him, which is the main thing, but it will be a long road back for him. At least there'll be a future for him outside racing."

He added: "I'm gutted, he was our flagship horse and he would have been a very nice stayer next year.

"He was travelling so well that he may have given the winner a race. It's so disappointing, but he gave us a great day at Royal Ascot we'll never forget."

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