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Vadeni grabs Eclipse victory for Rouget and Soumillon


Vadeni provided France with a rare Coral-Eclipse winner at Sandown in a thrilling finish which saw the younger generation prevail.

The French Derby winner Vadeni was a first Sandown runner for French training great Jean-Claude Rouget and a first UK winner for his owner the Aga Khan since Harzand claimed the Derby in 2016.

Alenquer attempted to make all but soon looked a sitting duck as Bay Bridge cruised up only to flatten out.

Native Trail and Lord North then made their bids for glory, but Christophe Soumillon produced Vadeni (11-4) with a perfectly-timed challenge to seize the lead.

Mishriff, who endured a slightly unlucky run, flew home in the final half a furlong under David Egan, but was beaten just a neck.

Soumillon said: “I waited in the last position but the pace was just fine. We didn’t go really fast, but for my horse everything was perfect.

“He was really relaxed. He changed legs perfectly everywhere I wanted and when I came out of the turn, the pace picked up and for like 50 or 100 yards he was a bit off the bridle, so I had to give him a chance.

“When he just went up that small uphill at the two-furlong maker, he just took me on the bridle and changed legs. That was at the point where I was thinking may I wait a bit more and I saw Mishriff on my inside completely stopped and I said ‘I am not going to wait’. He is going to go through the horse to let my horse go.

“I just let him go. That is why I came maybe 50 or 100 yards too early to hit the front, but everything was fine. Unfortunately maybe 100 or 80 yards from the line, he stumbled and he lost balance for a few strides, and I had a neck in front of William (Buick on Native Trail) and I felt the horse come too on the outside, so I was like, ‘please, don’t give up, keep going’.

“Even if it is tough track, he gives you a gear like champions can give you.

“For me, he is a pure mile-and-a-quarter horse. In the beginning of the race he doesn’t show too much speed, but the way he accelerates and you look at him physically, he really looks like that (a mile and quarter).

“With horses, you never know. We will see how he goes next – probably for the Irish Champion Stakes – and from there we will see. He is a really special horse.”

Rouget said: “He was very relaxed in the first part of the race. I was a little bit anxious at the beginning of the straight as he looked not very well (placed), but after a change of foot he came easily.

“Christophe said he had a bad step about 80 metres from the post, so that cut his action. I thought at that moment he could be second, but with his courage he became the winner. It was very important for him to win this race for his stallion career at home.

“If I decide to supplement a horse like that, it is my basic instinct so I was confident. I have 43 years of training in my legs so I know it is always difficult to win a maiden and to win the Eclipse, for me it was a real challenge – winning the Irish Champion with Almanzor, we were the same.

“I hope this one will win the other race (Irish Champion).”

There was a sting in the tail for Soumillon though, who, while celebrating on crossing the line, allowed Vadeni to drift to his right, badly hampering Native Trail who in turn forced James Doyle to snatch up on Lord North.

Soumillon was given 12 days (July 16-27 inclusive) for careless riding.


John Gosden was “over the moon” with Mishriff’s close-up second.

“Great run, delighted with him. Just missed the break. We had wanted to follow Bay Bridge, but we just missed it so we wound up down on the rail, but he has run a fabulous race,” said Gosden, who trains in partnership with his son Thady.

“I am thrilled with the way he finished. David did everything right, just having missed the break and it was a super run. You have three-year-olds getting a lot of weight – never forget the weight they get – it is very handy when you have a three-year-old. And he has split the two three-year-olds, so I am absolutely over the moon with him.

“I think he is fit enough. He is not blowing much, but he has run a superb race against two star three-year-olds.

“Saudi did not go well. He got a whole load of sand down his throat.”

Stablemate Lord North also returned to form, beaten just a length in fourth.

He added: “I thought Lord North, squeezed on the inside, ran a blinder of a race.”

Native Trail was on the other side of Vadeni and his trainer Charlie Appleby offered up no excuses in defeat.

He said: “We have got no excuses. They have gone steady and not gone a mad gallop. William said he felt he was in the right position and said the horse was comfortable in the race and comfortable over the trip – he saw it out.

“But take nothing away from the winner or the eventual second. It was that strong an event that it was always going to be a tight finish. I don’t think we were ever going to see a horse win by a couple of lengths.

“I posed the question of whether he should come back to a mile. Will said he was comfortable at that and there is no reason why we wouldn’t stay at a mile and quarter. It might just give him a few more options, anyway.

“He saw it out well and is a very straightforward ride in a race. We will consider the Juddmonte International (at York). Maybe a flatter, slicker track might suit him more, but I’m not making any excuses. He ran a solid race and more importantly, he has opened up options.

“Hopefully it makes life a little bit simpler with (stablemate) Coroebus. We can keep him at a mile.”



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John Quinn
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James Tate
6. KHAADEM (IRE) 119
Ryan Moore silk Ryan Moore
Charles Hills
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1st Mr P. W. Mullins silk 5. CAPE GENTLEMAN (IRE) 4/71.57f
2nd Mr Pat Taaffe silk 2. JERANDME (IRE) 7/18
3rd Mr D. O'Connor silk ¾ 4. THE SHUNTER (IRE) 9/25.5
8 ran. NRs: 6  9 


1st Tom Scudamore silk 6. BELLE NA BANN (IRE) 15/28.5
2nd Bradley Harris silk 1 1. FIRE LAKE (IRE) 11/82.37f
All 6 ran.


1st Hector Crouch silk 3. THANKS MONICA (IRE) 1/12f
2nd S. B. Kirrane silk 9 4. MRS MEADER 5/16
All 6 ran.


1st Cillian McConnell silk 1. ANNA BUNINA (FR) 13/27.5
2nd S. McCullagh silk ½ 8. BAROMETER (IRE) 7/42.75f
3rd C. Horgan silk 4. BURREN SONG (IRE) 18/119
J: Cillian McConnell (4)  
10 ran. NRs: 3 


1st Tristan Durrell silk 1. DAZZLING GLORY (IRE) 11/43.75
2nd Brendan Powell silk 18 2. L'AIR DU VENT (FR) 15/28.5
J: Tristan Durrell (7)  
T: Dan Skelton  
All 5 ran.


1st Shane Gray silk 2. SHIMMERING SANDS 5/42.25f
2nd Callum Shepherd silk 4. CONTROL 6/17
J: Shane Gray  
6 ran. NRs: 6 


1st M. P. Sheehy silk 11. LA HACIENDA 11/112
2nd N. G. McCullagh silk 1 14. AWAY TO SEA (FR) 8/19
3rd K. J. Manning silk ¾ 5. MCTIGUE (IRE) 16/117
J: M. P. Sheehy (3)  
14 ran. NRs: 13  17  18  7 


1st Richie McLernon silk 1. GRAFFITI 7/42.75f
2nd Sam Twiston-Davies silk 7. NEVER NO TROUBLE 15/82.87
T: Gary Brown  
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1st Cieren Fallon silk 6. BONNY ANGEL 3/14f
2nd Billy Garritty silk nk 8. LILY IN THE JUNGLE (IRE) 17/29.5
3rd Connor Planas silk sh 2. LIBERATION BAY 17/29.5
T: Clive Cox  
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