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Ratings Update: Reaction from the Curragh and Haydock

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Tony McFadden provides the Timeform ratings reaction following the high-class action at the Curragh and Haydock at the weekend.

It was Irish Guineas weekend at the Curragh, though the standout performance at the meeting came in the other Group 1, the Tattersalls Gold Cup.

White Birch (128 from 120) had come up short on both attempts at the highest level last season, finishing third behind Auguste Rodin in the Derby and only eighth behind the same rival in the Irish Derby, but he's a much-improved performer this time around and he produced a high-class effort to make the Group 1 breakthrough in the Tattersalls Gold Cup. White Birch was arriving on the back of wins in the Alleged Stakes and Mooresbridge Stakes and he raised his game another notch on Sunday, tanking his way into contention before quickly putting daylight between himself and Auguste Rodin (127 from 129), passing the post with a three-length advantage.

That effort, which was backed up by a good time, earned White Birch a Timeform rating of 128 and no Flat horse in training in Europe has a higher figure (Kyprios is also rated 128). It's worth pointing out that White Birch's progress this spring has come with cut in the ground but on the form he showed on Sunday he'll be a big player wherever he turns up next.

On the same card, Fallen Angel (117 from 111) was an emphatic winner of the Irish 1000 Guineas. She had failed to meet expectations when only eighth in the 1000 Guineas at Newmarket but, back at the scene of her impressive success in the Moyglare Stud Stakes, she showed her class at the Curragh with a two-and-three-quarter-length victory.

Fallen Angel impressed with how she went through the race and was notably strong at the finish, hitting the line in the style of one who will have no issue staying further. Her Timeform rating of 117 marks her out as an above-average winner of the Irish 1000 Guineas and the highest-rated three-year-old filly around.

In the colts' equivalent, Rosallion (remains 121) didn't need to improve on the form he had shown in the 2000 Guineas at Newmarket to get the better of his stablemate Haatem (119 from 116). Rosallion had to work hard to edge ahead close home and only scored by a head, but he deserves extra credit for overhauling a rival who had secured first run.

Also on Saturday's card at the Curragh, there was an excellent renewal of the Group 2 Greenlands Stakes which featured a strong challenge from Britain including Mitbaahy (117 from 115) and Regional (remains 120) who filled the first two places. Mitbaahy had been unsuited by the drop in trip in the Palace House on his previous outing but, back at six furlongs, he proved at least as good as ever to edge ahead close home and win by three-quarters of a length. That performance marks him out as a leading contender for the Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot, while Regional could be better suited by dropping back to five furlongs at Ascot given how much speed he showed at the Curragh.

There were also some important sprints at Haydock on Saturday, including the Temple Stakes which was won by the progressive Kerdos (120 from 112).

Last season's Nunthorpe winner Live In The Dream (remains 122) launched another bold bid from the front on his seasonal reappearance but, on ground that perhaps slightly blunted his blazing speed, he was worn down close home by Kerdos who scored by half a length. Kerdos hadn't looked like a potentially top-level sprinter last term but he had shaped well when beaten only three-quarters of a length in fifth in the Palace House at Newmarket (was unlucky not to finish even closer) and he improved on that again at Haydock.

He's now reached a very smart level and will be entitled to plenty of respect in what doesn't look like a strong edition of the Charles III Stakes (formerly King's Stand Stakes) at Royal Ascot. For context, he's rated higher than current favourite Big Evs, who admittedly is open to improvement as a three-year-old, and rated the same as second favourite Regional who shaped well when runner-up at the Curragh.

In the Sandy Lane, last season's highest-rated juvenile trained in Britain, Vandeek, was a disappointing third on his return to action, but he would have needed to have been better than ever against Inisherin (121 from 114p) who proved a revelation over six furlongs.

Inisherin had shown good speed and enthusiasm in the 2000 Guineas a few weeks ago, leading the field along for more than five furlongs there, and he relished the drop in trip on Saturday, posting a dominant three-and-three-quarter-length victory from the front. That very smart performance, which earned Inisherin a Timeform rating of 121, is up there among the best in the race since it was upgraded to Group 2 status, with only Harry Angel posting a clearly better effort in 2017.

Inisherin doesn't hold an entry for the Commonwealth Cup but he would be a leading player if supplemented as he has already run to a similar level to what is typically required in that Royal Ascot sprint.

Also at Haydock, the progressive English Oak (110p from 102p) was a hugely impressive four-and-a-half-length winner of the seven-furlong handicap, winning in the style of one to follow and marking himself out as a contender for a Royal Ascot handicap with the Wokingham (six furlongs) and Buckingham Palace (seven furlongs) both options.

Earlier in the week, Sandown hosted its Brigadier Gerard Stakes card. The main event was a disappointing renewal, with Royal Rhyme (remains 120) not needing to run to his best to prevail, but the listed Heron Stakes for three-year-olds was an intersting event and was won by a really promising type in Almaqam (115p from 92p) who showed much-improved form to readily brush his rivals aside.

Almaqam was always in a nice position, sitting handily in a race run at a steady tempo, but it was still impressive how he stormed clear inside the final furlong, passing the post with an advantage of three and three-quarter lengths. Stablemate Waipiro ran to a similar level when winning the Hampton Court Stakes at Royal Ascot last season so that would seem like an obvious target.

 
 

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