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15:00 Thursday 16 May 2019 YORK

Lord Lloyd Webber silks

Horse Profile


Age, Colour, Sex 3 b c (27 Mar 2016) Trainer John Gosden Owner Lord Lloyd Webber Pedigree DUBAWI (IRE) 129 DAR RE MI 124 SINGSPIEL (IRE) 133
Flat 124 Adjusted 138
Premium Horse Comment

Flat: smallish, good-bodied, attractive colt: fifth foal: brother to winner up to 10.4f So Mi Dar (2-y-o 8.3f winner) and 1¼m-1½m winner (stays 14.5f) Lah Ti Dar, both very smart, and half-brother to smart winner up to 1¼m De Treville (2-y-o 7f winner, by Oasis Dream): dam, 1¼m-12.5f winner, half-sister to top-class winner up to 1½m Rewilding: very smart performer: successful at 2 yrs in maiden and Solario Stakes at Sandown, Champagne Stakes at Doncaster and Dewhurst Stakes at Newmarket (beat Advertise by 2¾ lengths): off 7 months, evens, bit below best when length second of 8 to Telecaster in Dante Stakes at York last time, making good headway to challenge 2f out and eased off only close home as winner found plenty: should prove fully effective at 1¼m: acts on good to firm and good to soft going.


Date Crs/Class/Type Result Res Btn Type OR Dis Going Eq Jockey ISP BSP IP Hi/Lo IPS FS% Tfig TFR Adj
16 May 19 Yor C1 Group 2 2/8 1.00 Turf G2 10.3f Gd/Frm Frankie Dettori 1/12f 2.12 -/1.33 3k 106.2 125 121 135
the outstanding 2-y-o of 2018, had missed the Guineas after suffering a minor injury to a splint and was possibly just short of peak fitness, but he was essentially beaten fair and square, doing well to bridge the gap to the front 2 when none of the others could, but then unable to sustain that in the final 100 yds as the winner found extra; patiently ridden, travelled well, good headway 3f out, challenged after 2f out, no extra well inside final 1f, eased close home; he hasn't grown much since last year and may not be so good as a 3-y-o as he was at 2, though it is too early to be adamant about that, a run next in the St James's Palace on the cards, though he wasn't conclusively beaten by lack of stamina and is bred to stay this far and further, on balance probably not one to take a short price about at Royal Ascot.
215 day break
13 Oct 18 Nmr C1 Group 1 1/7 2.75 Turf G1 7f Gd/Frm Frankie Dettori 1/12f 2.1 8/- 2pr 102.0 128 124+ 138+
from day one has looked Champion 2-y-o material, mindful from the outset of his outstanding credentials on pedigree, and he completed the perfect season with the best Dewhurst performance since the legendary Frankel in 2010, beating a strong field with authority despite things not going as smoothly as they might have through the race, taking a keen hold early as Dettori sought cover, and then when switched out entering the Dip he briefly looked in trouble, feeling the whip and edging left, perhaps just a sign of immaturity, also getting accustomed to the undulations, on ground that was firmer than he'd encountered before, but after that brief moment of vulnerability - underlined by an in-running price on Betfair that hit a high of 8.0 - he flew through the final 1f to take up the running and forge clear impressively; his rating sits in advance of the standard required to win a typical 2000 Guineas, so even in a stellar crop, he sets the bar very high, and there's an expectation that his form will continue to accelerate, especially back at 1m next spring, no quibbling with his position as clear favourite for 2019's first classic, but there'd be more doubt as to whether beyond that he'll develop into a Derby horse, admittedly from a family of middle-distance performers but clearly a fast colt, not the biggest either, and he's already breaking the family mould by showing such speed and precocity; whatever his optimum trip proves to be, though, he has vast talent and is a fantastically exciting prospect.
15 Sep 18 Don C1 Group 2 1/6 1.75 Turf G2 7f Good Frankie Dettori 4/111.36f 1.42 1.46/- 4K 99.8 130 117+ 131+
may not have won by that wide a margin but this was an awesome performance where the parts amounted to far more than the sum, one part in particular, as what he did in the penultimate furlong was the move of the season by any 2-y-o if not any horse, settled last but one right behind Dark Vision until abandoning plan 'A' at halfway as Dettori realised that rival was going nowhere, thereafter locking onto a different target in Cardini and closing what was at least a 5l gap 2f out in double-quick time once shaken up, the response immediate and impressive, little more than kept up to his work in the final 1f with the race won; a Group 1 in the autumn now becomes a matter of choice rather than necessity as his education is complete, racing coming easier to him, showing his truer dynamics as a result, but there's still something saved for next year, looking to have all the tools and talent for a Guineas, yet bred as much for the Derby, his year-older sister showcasing the family's stamina 35 minutes later; he's about as exciting as it gets.
1 Sep 18 San C1 Group 3 1/6 4.00 Turf G3 7f Gd/Sft Frankie Dettori 1/12f 2.2 3.1/- 2r 101.4 127 117+ 131+
down in trip, established himself as one of the very best in the division seen so far on just his second start, loads to like about the style and the substance of the performance, the time and closing sectional very much backing up the visual impressions; tracked pace, pushed along after 3f out, quickened to lead over 1f out, in command soon after, kept on well, impressive; as he's clearly fully effective at 7f, the Dewhurst may well be a more tempting option than the Racing Post Trophy, with thoughts of the Guineas as well as the Derby clearly in connections' minds, the sky the limit still.
9 Aug 18 San C5 Mdn Stks 1/5 7 Turf M 8f Gd/Sft Frankie Dettori 8/111.72f 1.75 1.96/- 2r 92 92+ 106+
(by Dubawi: fifth foal: brother to very smart winner up to 10.4f So Mi Dar (2-y-o 8.3f winner) and smart 1¼m winner Lah Ti Dar and half-brother to smart winner up to 1¼m De Treville (2-y-o 7f winner, by Oasis Dream): dam, 1¼m-12.5f winner, half-sister to top-class winner up to 1½m Rewilding) is bred to be smart and although he appeared to be carrying plenty of condition, he was strong in the betting and made a winning start, his rider making sure he learnt plenty, all in all looking a good prospect; led early, chased leader after, led again over 2f out, shaken up and kept on well, well on top finish; open to significant improvement and sure to win more races.

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Code Runs Wins Places ISP P/L Best TFR
Flat 5 4 1 +2.08 124