PARIS (Reuters) - Found led a 1-2-3 for Irish trainer Aidan O'Brien as she won the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe on Sunday.
The four-year-old Found, who started at 6-1, took the lead from pacesetter Vedevani in the final 400 meters after being kept in good position from the start by Ryan Moore -- winner of the Arc de Triomphe in 2010.
Highland Reel finished second ahead of Order Of St George, ridden by last year's winner Frankie Dettori.
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"I’m so delighted for everyone. It’s a big team effort. It’s a privilege to be here and be part of it," said O'Brien. "How can you see anything higher than this? I couldn’t dream this would happen. You know how difficult the Arc is.
"She has only run over a mile and a half four times before and she was unlucky in the Arc last year. We’ve had our eye on this for a long time. When Ryan rode her as a two-year-old and said she could win an Arc - he was obviously right."
Pre-race favorite Postponed, unbeaten this season, ended up a disappointing fifth.
(Reporting by Julien Pretot, editing by Pritha Sarkar)