Owned by Sheikh Ahmed Al Maktoum and trained by William Haggas in Newmarket, Addeybb is a 7-year-old gelding, by former high-class sprinter Pivotal, who has the distinction of having won back-to-back renewals of the Group 1 Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Randwick in Sydney, Australia in 2020 and 2021.

Many would no doubt like to bottle and take that kind of skill to the best australia online casino sites when they’re in a gambling mood.    Aside from his exploits at the Sydney Autumn Racing Carnival, Addeybb is also a multiple Group race winner on home soil. In April, 2018, he opened his Pattern race account with a quite impressive 2¾-length victory over Stormy Antarctic in the Group 2 bet365 Mile at Sandown. In August, 2019, he added the Group 3 Rose of Lancaster Stakes at Haydock to his winning tally and, in October, 2020, recorded his first and, so far, only domestic Group 1 victory in the Champion Stakes at Ascot on British Champions Day.

Foaled on February 9, 2014, Addeybb did not race as a juvenile, but quickly made up for lost time, winning three of his five starts in his 3-year-old campaign. He won the Lincoln at Doncaster on his reappearance, as a 4-year-old, in 2018, followed by the aformentioned bet365 Mile and has since been campaigned exclusively at Listed and Pattern level. He failed to make much of an impact on his first two attempts at the highest level, in the Lockinge Stakes at Newbury and the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes at Ascot, that season, but was only beaten threequarters of a length by Magical in the Champion Stakes in 2019. The rest, as they say, is history. Now, machines à sous , anyone?