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My Timeform: Eye-catchers from Kempton, Newbury and Sandown


Ben Fearnley has three more horses to add to your My Timeform trackers after the last week of racing.

Blue on Blue (86+) - Kempton, Wednesday July 5th

Ryan Moore rode his 2,000th winner at Kempton last Wednesday evening aboard Billesdon Brook, and quickly made it 2,001 with an easy win aboard Gibbs Hill an hour later. The market expected Moore to make it a three-timer on the evening on John Gosden's Blue On Blue in the six-furlong handicap, but things didn't go his way, ending up poorly placed from a high draw which meant that his mount got going too late in the day. Blue On Blue was trying sprinting for the first time and is not best judged on this race alone. He will be of interest if remaining at six furlongs or stepping back up to seven (the distance which his handicap win came over) and could yet do better given his pedigree and connections. John Gosden

On To Victory (105p) - Newbury, Thursday July 6th

On To Victory was an emphatic winner at Salisbury at the end of June, relishing the step up to a mile and a half and bounding clear of his rivals in the manner of a potentially smart performer. Given he won by eight lengths that day, it was no surprise to see connections finding an opportunity for him under a 6 lb penalty, and that came at Newbury last Thursday, eight days on from his second career win. Though he was unable to land a quick-fire double, there are reasons to be interested in him next time, even after his 5 lb higher mark kicks in. He was the worst positioned of the four main protagonists under conditions that were very different to his Salisbury demolition job (which had come with plenty of give in the ground), while he also had to wait for a gap three furlongs out and was switched inside the final two. The Great Voltigeur Stakes (for which he is entered) may well come too soon, but the impression he created at Salisbury means that he may be able to compete at that level at some stage. Eve Johnson Houghton

Muntazah (115) - Sandown, Saturday July 8th

El Hayem was a worthy winner of the Coral Challenge Handicap at Sandown on Saturday and will remain of interest from a higher mark moving forward, but perhaps the most notable performance in the race was that of the third, Muntazah. The four-year-old has been highly tried in his short career to date­ – he was only beaten four and a half lengths when fourth in the Dante last season ­– and certainly showed enough at the weekend to suggest he has a big prize in him from his current mark. He deserves extra credit for going so close given how much use was made of him and was surrounded at the finish by those that had bided their time out the back, with those that gave chase to him faring much worse. That was the first time he'd raced at a mile since his two-year-old season, but he posted what was probably a career-best effort, and he'll be an interesting contender for races like the Betfred Mile at Goodwood later in the season. Owen Burrows


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All 15 ran.


1st Graham Lee silk 14. STARPLEX 33/134
2nd Luke Morris silk nk 7. TUFF ROCK (USA) 7/24.5f
3rd P. J. McDonald silk 6. ARCHIPPOS 5/16
4th Connor Beasley silk 1 10. KENSINGTON STAR 16/117
J: Graham Lee  
16 ran. NRs: 4 


1st Ross Coakley silk 6. ST LAWRENCE GAP (IRE) 8/19
2nd R. C. Colgan silk 3. MING DYNASTY (FR) 20/121
3rd S. M. Crosse silk 1. KEROSIN (GER) 25/126
J: Ross Coakley (3)  
8 ran. NRs: 9 

4:05 AYR

1st Adam Wedge silk 22. JOE FARRELL (IRE) 33/134
2nd Tom Bellamy silk ns 4. BALLYOPTIC (IRE) 9/110
3rd Danny Cook silk 4 12. VINTAGE CLOUDS (IRE) 12/113
4th Noel Fehily silk 7 21. DOING FINE (IRE) 12/113
J: Adam Wedge  
29 ran. NRs: 19  29  32 


1st Ben Poste silk 9. CENTREOFEXCELLENCE (IRE) 8/19
2nd Sean Quinlan silk 2 3. FOR JIM (IRE) 6/42.5f
3rd Mr Hugh Nugent silk 9 10. KAYF TIGER 9/25.5
J: Ben Poste  
T: Steve Flook  
All 10 ran.


1st Frankie Dettori silk 16. TAQDEER (IRE) 4/15f
2nd Josephine Gordon silk nk 17. HUMBERT (IRE) 11/112
3rd Jamie Spencer silk hd 20. KEYSER SOZE (IRE) 25/126
4th Shane Kelly silk 3. GABRIAL (IRE) 25/126
T: John Gosden  
22 ran. NRs: 24  4  6 


1st Kevin Stott silk 3. SAVALAS (IRE) 4/15f
2nd Paul Hanagan silk 6. REQUINTO DAWN (IRE) 5/16
3rd P. J. McDonald silk ½ 9. EXCELLENT TIMES 6/17
J: Kevin Stott  
T: Kevin Ryan  
All 12 ran.


1st Shane Foley silk 7. DROMBEG DREAM (IRE) 8/19
2nd Declan McDonogh silk 9 2. ONLYHUMAN (IRE) 6/17
3rd Ben Martin Coen silk ½ 4. CASH IN MIND (FR) 11/26.5
J: Shane Foley  
All 13 ran.

3:30 AYR

1st Harry Bannister silk 2. BIGMARTRE (FR) 4/15
2nd Harry Skelton silk 3. COBRA DE MAI (FR) 7/18
All 5 ran.
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