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Tattersalls Gold Cup: What they say


Joseph O’Brien’s well-travelled State Of Rest returns to home turf to take on a high-quality field in the Tattersalls Gold Cup at the Curragh on Sunday.

State of Rest became a Group One winner in three different continents when landing the Prix Ganay at ParisLongchamp by three-quarters of a length from Pretty Tiger earlier in the month.

Prior to that the colt triumphed in the Cox Plate at Moonee Valley in Australia and also took the Saratoga Derby in America.

A return to a more familiar setting now beckons at the Curragh, with the Group One feature having long been on O’Brien’s radar for the son of Starspangledbanner.

“We’re very pleased with State Of Rest winning the Ganay last time in France. He won really well, he’s got a tough, hardy attitude and he fought all the way to the line,” he said.

“The plan was always to start there and if that went well to look at the Tattersalls Gold Cup. All being well, he seems to have come through France in good shape, and we are looking forward to the weekend.

“I was lucky enough to win the Tattersalls Gold Cup as a jockey on So You Think and it would very satisfying if we could win it with State Of Rest.

“Ideal conditions are probably good or better, there is a bit of rain forecast but hopefully the ground doesn’t get too soft.”

Should all go to plan, it is likely that Royal Ascot will come under consideration alongside other engagements over a 10-furlong trip.

“We will take it one race at a time, but the Tattersalls Gold Cup has been his early season target for a little while. From there he has a lot of 10-furlong options, looking at Royal Ascot and further afield,” said O’Brien.

“We’ll see how we get on, how he comes through there, and then a plan will be made for later in the season.”

John and Thady Gosden’s Lord North also runs closer to home after taking on the Group One Dubai Turf at Meydan on his last start, where he dead-heated with Japanese ace Panthalassa.

Prior to that the Dubawi gelding finished second in the Winter Derby at Lingfield, beaten two and a half lengths by William Haggas’ Alenquer.

“It was a great performance to run as well as he did in Dubai. He has taken that well and had a little bit of time off after the journey,” Thady Gosden said.

“He’s been training well at home, it’s obviously a tough race with State Of Rest coming off the back of winning the Ganay.

“He’s race fit whereas we’ve had a little bit of a break, but the track should suit him and so will the ground at the moment.

“He’s a six-year-old and he is still very much enjoying his training and his racing and behaving as he ever did.”

Lord North and Alenquer will cross paths once again, after the Haggas horse went to Meydan for the Dubai World Cup meeting after their Lingfield clash.

The four-year-old lined up for the Sheema Classic and came home sixth, with Haggas happy with his form at home since the excursion.

“We’ve been very happy with him since he ran in Dubai,” he said.

“The more it rains, the better his chance will be.”

Another globetrotting runner preparing to line up at the Curragh is Aidan O’Brien’s Broome, who was second to Helvic Dream last season and has not run on Irish turf since as his international campaign has taken him to France, England, America and Japan.

The Ballydoyle team have a second runner in the shape of High Definition, who has run twice at the Curragh this season in the Alleged and Mooresbridge Stakes.

Helvic Dream is also entered and will look to retain his title, with the Noel Meade-trained gelding only seen once since last season’s victory when fifth behind stablemate Layfayette and the aforementioned High Definition in the Alleged Stakes last month.

Jim Bolger’s Mac Swiney will begin his domestic campaign, with Michael Halford’s Bear Story completing the field of eight.



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Monday 04 July
Hollie Doyle silk Hollie Doyle
Archie Watson
Cieren Fallon silk Cieren Fallon
Charlie & Mark Johnston
5. ZURAIG 108
Andrew Mullen silk Andrew Mullen
Iain Jardine cold trainer
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1st Pat Cosgrave silk 7. LION'S DREAM (FR) 22/123
2nd Tom Marquand silk 2 2. ENSHRINE 5/61.83f
3rd Neil Callan silk ½ 3. AUSSIE WARRIOR (IRE) 18/119
J: Pat Cosgrave  
All 10 ran.


1st P. Townend silk 1. EASY GAME (FR) 2/91.22f
2nd G. B. Noonan silk 3. DROMORE LAD (IRE) 28/129
J: P. Townend  
4 ran. NRs: 5 


1st Miss Jessica Bedi silk 7. PATEEN (IRE) 7/24.5
2nd Miss Fern O'Brien silk hd 6. LADY BABS 10/34.33
3rd Miss Jess Stewart silk 8. HENRI LE BON (IRE) 9/110
J: Miss Jessica Bedi (7)  
T: Jessica Bedi  
All 9 ran.

17:12 AYR

1st Joanna Mason silk 1. BANKAWI 2/13f
2nd Kevin Stott silk ¾ 4. RETIREMENT BECKONS 3/14
3rd Andrew Mullen silk 10. MINTNTHAT 18/119
J: Joanna Mason  
9 ran. NRs: 3  5  7 


1st Rob Hornby silk 10. STAR FORTRESS (IRE) 1/12f
2nd Jefferson Smith silk 6. JAHOORI 28/129
3rd Daniel Tudhope silk 10 1. ROYAL INVITATION 6/42.5
J: Rob Hornby  
All 10 ran.


1st D. J. O'Keeffe silk 6. PYTHION (FR) 5/16
2nd Mr R. W. Barron silk 6 4. JACK HOLIDAY (IRE) 8/19
3rd C. Brassil silk ¾ 1. EAGLE MOON (FR) 9/110
All 14 ran.


1st Nathan Moscrop silk 3. ASK PADDINGTON (IRE) 2/13
2nd Brian Hughes silk 4. CAIUS MARCIUS (IRE) 9/25.5
All 4 ran.

16:37 AYR

1st Oisin James Orr silk 3. FLYLIKEANEAGLE (IRE) 11/112
2nd Paul Mulrennan silk ¾ 1. COSA SARA (IRE) 10/111
3rd Paddy Mathers silk 3 4. ROYAL COUNTESS 16/54.2f
All 10 ran.


1st Marco Ghiani silk 5. SHIFTER 9/25.5
2nd Rob Hornby silk ½ 7. BELISA DE VEGA (IRE) 8/19
3rd Ray Dawson silk ½ 2. MCQUEEN (IRE) 9/43.25
J: Marco Ghiani  
8 ran. NRs: 3 
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