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Ratings Update: Dante meeting and Lockinge day

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John Ingles rounds up the Timeform ratings reaction from the last week, including the big meetings at York and Newbury.

While it was a week when York staged its traditional and often very informative Epsom trials, the Dante and Musidora, there were also a number of significant performances in recent days which served as a reminder that Royal Ascot is only a month away too.

An impressive six-length winner of the Dante, the premier Derby trial, would normally be a leading contender for Epsom, with Economics (121p from 94p) also recording a rating on a par with the similarly lightly-raced Desert Crown who completed the Dante-Derby double in 2022, but he’d need to be supplemented having been taken out of the Derby at the latest entry stage after William Haggas had expressed doubts about the suitability of the track. Whether he takes his chance or not, there’s lots to like about Economics who found huge improvement for the step up in both trip and grade and looks set for a summer performing at a high level, still looking green in front on just his third start but storming away from his rivals headed by favourite Ancient Wisdom (118) who was below the form he’d shown on softer ground when winning the Futurity Trophy last season.

The favourite was beaten in the Musidora too, with Friendly Soul (113p) trailing home just ten days after looking such a good prospect in the Pretty Polly, ridden differently this time but giving her rider no help by hanging badly throughout. 22/1 winner Secret Satire (103p from 91p) didn’t do everything right either, pulling hard due to the steady pace, though progressed again up in grade albeit probably helped by the emphasis on speed and not so sure to be as effective at the Oaks trip, being by sprinter Advertise. More likely to stay a mile and a half, as a daughter of Oaks winner Dancing Rain, though not entered at Epsom, is Godolphin filly Diamond Rain (105p from 87P) who made it two out of two when readily winning the listed Fillies’ Trial Stakes at Newbury, though that too tested speed rather than stamina. She looks sure to go on to better things, with four of the last five winners of this contest becoming Group 1 winners.

Back at York, the narrow Wood Ditton runner-up Lead Artist (107p from 97p) confirmed himself a very bright prospect in running away with a novice over a mile, going with plenty of zest but impressing with the strength of his finish in pulling nearly five lengths clear at the line, the Wood Ditton winner First Conquest among those he left trailing. Lead Artist is in the St James’s Palace Stakes and will be worth his place at Royal Ascot now.

Vandeek makes his reappearance at Haydock this Saturday but there were some smart performances from other leading three-year-old sprinters warming up for Royal Ascot in recent days. Big Evs (114) ran right up to his two-year-old form when returning with a win in the listed Westow Stakes at York over five furlongs, making light of a 5 lb penalty and ridden with more restraint than usual, perhaps with a step up to six furlongs in mind. He does have the option of the Commonwealth Cup, though the King Charles III (formerly the King’s Stand) seems the more obvious target sticking to the minimum trip, even if that does mean taking on older rivals. Similarly, Phoenix Stakes winner Bucanero Fuerte matched his best form of last year (113) when making a successful return in the Lacken Stakes at Naas, typically finding plenty for pressure under a positive ride. Elite Status, although he was already a Group 3 winner last year, showed plenty of improvement (115 from 103) to win a competitive edition of the listed Carnarvon Stakes on his return at Newbury which puts him very much in contention for the Commonwealth Cup too.

As for the older sprinters, several of them met in a wide-open 1895 Duke of York Stakes which resulted in a tight four-way finish and will give several sets of connections encouragement for Royal Ascot. Those coming from off the pace and from a low draw had a slight advantage in a strongly-run race in which Mill Stream (120 from 117) got up in the dying strides from Shouldvebeenaring (120 from 118), just ahead of Diligent Harry (119) and Washington Heights (118) who both ran up to their existing ratings.

Some top older milers returned in the Lockinge Stakes at Newbury, widely billed as a match between Inspiral and Big Rock who’d been first and second in the Prix Jacques le Marois last summer. However, with the French colt running poorly on much firmer ground that when impressive in the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes last year (had also changed trainers since) and Inspiral a never-nearer fourth after not looking fully wound up beforehand, it was the latter connections’ Audience (121 from 118) who pulled off a shock win from the front, slipping his field on his first try at a mile. Looking much more forward than Inspiral, Audience would need to improve again to follow up in the Queen Anne, while it’s worth remembering he didn’t really go on as anticipated after a winning reappearance last season. As for Inspiral (rated 125), who’ll be much sharper next time, she has the option of the Prince of Wales’s Stakes having won over further at the Breeders’ Cup last year, if connections wish to keep the pair apart.

Over longer trips, Giavellotto (120 from 118) was at least as good as ever when repeating his Yorkshire Cup victory from 12 months earlier after favourite Tower of London (122 from 125) disappointed, having beaten the winner in Saudi Arabia and Dubai earlier in the year. Gregory (121p from 115p) had finished a place behind Tower of London when fifth in the St Leger last year and shaped encouragingly on his first start since with the Gold Cup in mind in finishing a staying-on third, though a top-form Kyprios (128 at his best), winner of a Group 3 at Leopardstown the same day without having to run near that level, would be hard to beat. Another of last year’s St Leger field, Gregory’s stablemate Middle Earth (117 from 112), showed improvement to win the Aston Park Stakes at Newbury where he did well to come from the rear in a steadily-run race to pip King of Conquest (115 from 114) by a nose. The Hardwicke is likely to be next on his agenda, with the Melbourne Cup a longer-term aim.

Also making a successful four-year-old reappearance with an improved effort was Bluestocking (120 from 115) who drew a blank at three but looks set for a more successful campaign this year, belying paddock appearance to pull six lengths clear of last year’s winner Free Wind (118) in the Middleton Stakes for fillies at York. Raced mainly at around a mile and a half last year, this opens up more options for Bluestocking at slightly shorter trips.

There were some smart performances too from some of the handicap winners at York and Newbury. Clarendon House (119 from 117) looked better than ever in winning a typically competitive York sprint before likely heading for the Dash at Epsom, while at the same track Botanical (115p from 110) made an impressive four-year-old return for Roger Varian over a mile and a quarter suggesting he has a future in pattern company.

So too does exciting three-year-old prospect King’s Gambit (114p from 97p) who would be far from the first winner of Newbury’s London Gold Cup to go on to better things. The London Gold Cup is invariably one of the strongest three-year-old middle-distance handicaps of the season and its roll of honour features Al Kazeem, Time Test and Headman who also struck for the Charlton stable when Roger, Harry's father, held the licence. Also at Newbury, Sonny Liston (120 from 115) won the mile handicap with a performance to rival that of the Lockinge winner off joint top-weight, though like Audience, he too was seen to maximum advantage in a slightly odd race though in contrasting fashion from well off the pace. He ran well in some top handicaps last year but might be forced into pattern events now.

Among the two-year-olds who put themselves forward for Royal Ascot in recent days were a couple of fillies from top yards who could well be fighting out the Albany Stakes. Mountain Breeze (98p from 90p) – closely related to Godolphin’s top-class two-year-old (and Royal Ascot winner) Pinatubo - took her record to two out of two for Charlie Appleby when readily winning a novice at Newmarket, while Fairy Godmother (98p from 86p) turned the tables on the filly who’d beaten her at Naas first time up when winning the Group 3 Fillies Sprint Stakes at the same track despite still looking green and having to switch.

 
 

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4. KINROSS 130
Rossa Ryan silk Rossa Ryan horse for course
Ralph Beckett hot trainer
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