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4:20 Saturday 20 June 2015

DIAMOND JUBILEE STAKES (Group 1) (1)

Distance : 6f
Prize : £525,000 Age : 4yo+ Race Type : Flat Surface : Turf Going : Firm
Race Type : Flat Surface : Turf
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Pos (Draw) Pos (Draw) Btn Horse Name Horse Name TFR Tfig Jockey Age Wgt ISP ISP BSP Hi/Lo
Pedigree Jockey & Trainer Trainer (Equip) (OR) (Place) BSP
1 (6) 1 (6) Frankie Dettori silk 13. UNDRAFTED (USA) 13. UNDRAFTED (USA) -13 <
121
> -14 119 Frankie Dettori 5 9-3 14/115 14/115 BSP
Frankie Dettori silk chg PURIM (USA) 118 - FRENCH JEANNETTE (USA) FRENCH DEPUTY (USA) 118 J: Frankie Dettori
T: Wesley A. Ward, USA
Age: 5 Wgt: 9-3
Wesley A. Ward, USA
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hadn't got his head in front in the US since his fourth in last season's July Cup, albeit faced with inadequate tests over shorter on his last 2 starts, in preparation for this main target no doubt, and he produced a high-class performance to record a first Group 1 win, really well suited by the stiff 6f; held up, good progress on far flank over 2f out, challenged 1f out, kept on well to lead final 50 yds; he'll take in the July Cup again before returning to the US and, granted similar conditions, should be in the mix again there.
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2 (15) 2 (15) Craig A. Williams silk ½ 3. BRAZEN BEAU (AUS) 3. BRAZEN BEAU (AUS) +7 <
119+
> -8 117 Craig A. Williams 4 9-3 7/24.5jf 7/24.5jf BSP
Craig A. Williams silk brc I AM INVINCIBLE (AUS) - SANSADEE (AUS) SNAADEE (USA) 114 J: Craig A. Williams
T: Chris Waller, Australia
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-3
Chris Waller, Australia
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a dual Group 1 winner in Australia who set the form standard, was trying to follow in the footsteps of the likes of Choisir, Takeover Target, Miss Andretti and Black Caviar who have all successfully come from his homeland to Royal Ascot in recent years, and he only just failed, shaping best, Craig Williams' decision to keep him alone furthest towards the near side surely making it tougher for him, doing all his own work and, perhaps crucially, unable to respond when challenged with Undrafted at the other side of the track; raced in isolation towards near side, in mid-division overall and travelled strongly, making smooth progress after halfway and taking up it up approaching the final 1f, headed final 50 yds, no extra; although it wasn't the pre-race plan connections are reportedly tempted by staying in Britain for a tilt at next month's July Cup and he'd have a strong chance of gaining compensation providing the ground didn't come up on the soft side - he's unproven on softer than good and might also be stretched by a stiff 6f under such conditions.
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3 (3) 3 (3) Jamie Spencer silk 2. ASTAIRE (IRE) 2. ASTAIRE (IRE) -11 <
113
> -15 111 Jamie Spencer 4 9-3 25/126 25/126 BSP
Jamie Spencer silk b c INTENSE FOCUS (USA) 117 - RUNWAY DANCER DANSILI 127 J: Jamie Spencer
T: Kevin Ryan
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-3
Kevin Ryan
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struggled in Group 1 sprints last year, as a 3-y-o, but is more ready for the grade now and bounced back to his best after an excusable effort in Ireland last time, beaten only by a high-class pair from abroad, always in the firing line more than the other principals too; prominent, travelled well, went on over 2f out, headed approaching final 1f, one paced; he disappointed in the likes of the July Cup and Sprint Cup last year but much better can be expected from him in the same races this time around and it's worth remembering that he's versatile with regards ground conditions (won the Gimcrack as a 2-y-o on soft).
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4 (13) 4 (13) Fergus Sweeney silk 9. MUSIC MASTER 9. MUSIC MASTER -32 <
109
> +1 107 Fergus Sweeney 5 9-3 14/115 14/115 BSP
Fergus Sweeney silk b h PICCOLO 121 - TWILIGHT MISTRESS 84 BIN AJWAAD (IRE) 119 J: Fergus Sweeney
T: Henry Candy
Age: 5 Wgt: 9-3
Henry Candy
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wasn't right at Haydock 3 weeks earlier but that was evidently just a blip and he bounced straight back to form to hit the frame in this race for the second year running, not quite at his very best but briefly threatening to come right the way through, and perhaps the stiff 6f just found him out in the end; mid-field, went with enthusuiasm and made headway 2f out, chased leaders inside final 1f until no extra late on; although dropping to 5f didn't work out at Haydock, that was down to reasons other than the trip, and the way that he goes through his races does suggest that it's worth trying him at the minimum trip again.
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5 (4) 5 (4) Pat Smullen silk ½ 10. MUSTAJEEB 10. MUSTAJEEB +12 <
107
105 Pat Smullen 4 9-3 7/24.5jf 7/24.5jf BSP
Pat Smullen silk chc NAYEF (USA) 129 - RIFQAH (USA) ELUSIVE QUALITY (USA) J: Pat Smullen
T: D. K. Weld, Ireland
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-3
D. K. Weld, Ireland
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dropped to 6f successfully in a Group 2 last time but, in hindsight, that was a race in which many of the big guns failed to fire, perhaps not worth quite as much as it seemed at the time, and although not at all disgraced he did just seem to lack the necessary gears for a top sprint on firmish ground; chased leaders, pushed along over 2f out, not quicken; he does handle soft ground and, because of the increased emphasis on stamina, his chance of winning a Group 1 at 6f would probably increase under such conditions.
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6 (10) 6 (10) D. M. Oliver silk ½ 14. WANDJINA (AUS) 14. WANDJINA (AUS) +18 <
105
104 D. M. Oliver 4 9-3 10/111 10/111 BSP
D. M. Oliver silk bc SNITZEL (AUS) 123 - LA BAMBA (AUS) LAST TYCOON 131 J: D. M. Oliver
T: Gai Waterhouse, Australia
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-3
Gai Waterhouse, Australia
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won the Australian Guineas over 1m on his penultimate start and dropping back to 6f didn't suit him here, doing all that he could but lacking the pace of the principals; chased leaders, outpaced over 2f out, kept on, found the test inadequate.
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7 (2) 7 (2) Andrew Mullen silk 4. CASPAR NETSCHER 4. CASPAR NETSCHER +17 <
101
100 Andrew Mullen 6 9-3 25/126 25/126 BSP
Andrew Mullen silk b h DUTCH ART 126 - BELLA CANTATA SINGSPIEL (IRE) 133 J: Andrew Mullen
T: David Simcock
Age: 6 Wgt: 9-3
David Simcock
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still has very smart performances in him, as he showed in the Duke of York, but he's not the most consistent nowadays and this was a lesser effort; raced off the pace, headway under pressure over 1f out, never a threat.
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8 (7) 8 (7) W. M. Lordan silk ½ 7. GORDON LORD BYRON (IRE) 7. GORDON LORD BYRON (IRE) -2 <
99?
> +21 98 W. M. Lordan 7 9-3 20/121 20/121 BSP
W. M. Lordan silk bg BYRON 117 - BOA ESTRELA (IRE) INTIKHAB (USA) 135 J: W. M. Lordan
T: T. Hogan, Ireland
Age: 7 Wgt: 9-3
T. Hogan, Ireland
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could be forgiven his previous efforts this year, reported to have sustained a slight back injury in Hong Kong and to have scoped dirty after the Curragh last time, but this was another below-par effort and the question now has to be asked whether he's on the downgrade at the age of 7; mid-division, ridden soon after halfway, not quicken, never on terms.
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9 (11) 9 (11) Jim Crowley silk sh 6. GLASS OFFICE 6. GLASS OFFICE +17 <
99+
> -1 98 Jim Crowley 5 9-3 20/121 20/121 BSP
Jim Crowley silk grg VERGLAS (IRE) 118 - OVAL OFFICE 99 PURSUIT OF LOVE 124 J: Jim Crowley
T: David Simcock
Age: 5 Wgt: 9-3
David Simcock
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failed to reproduce his effort from York last month, never threatening, though getting squeezed out after halfway didn't help; held up, hampered over 2f out, struggling soon after, merely closed up late, passing beaten horses.
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10 (5) 10 (5) James Doyle silk ½ 1. ANSGAR (IRE) 1. ANSGAR (IRE) -65 <
97+
> -9 97 James Doyle 7 9-3 40/141 40/141 BSP
James Doyle silk b g CELTIC SWING 138 - JEMMY'S GIRL (IRE) - PENNEKAMP (USA) 130 J: James Doyle
T: Sabrina J. Harty, Ireland
Age: 7 Wgt: 9-3 Eq: (t)
Sabrina J. Harty, Ireland (t)
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faced a stiff task, sprinting for the first time in his career, but at least showed more than he had on his reappearance and could well return to form next time; led until over 2f out, faded.
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11 (1) 11 (1) Paul Mulrennan silk 8. MOVIESTA (USA) 8. MOVIESTA (USA) +5 <
92+
> +22 91 Paul Mulrennan 5 9-3 16/117 16/117 BSP
Paul Mulrennan silk bg HARD SPUN (USA) 124 - MISS BRICKYARD (USA) A P INDY (USA) 131 J: Paul Mulrennan
T: Edward Lynam, Ireland
Age: 5 Wgt: 9-3
Edward Lynam, Ireland
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looked and shaped as if needing run on first outing since leaving Bryan Smart after 4 months off; chased leaders, shaken up halfway, weakened final 1f, not unduly punished; his new trainer excels with sprinters and it'll be a surprise if he's not much more competitive with this under his belt.
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12 (14) 12 (14) Andrea Atzeni silk 11. PEARL SECRET 11. PEARL SECRET +37 <
79
> +17 79 Andrea Atzeni 6 9-3 16/117 16/117 BSP
Andrea Atzeni silk chh COMPTON PLACE 125 - OUR LITTLE SECRET (IRE) 104 ROSSINI (USA) 118 J: Andrea Atzeni
T: David Barron
Age: 6 Wgt: 9-3
David Barron
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ran a cracker in the Kings Stand earlier in the week and it's fair to assume that this came too quickly him, just 4 days on, also running over the wrong trip; he was dropped out and, having pulled hard, made no impression.
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13 (9) 13 (9) Tom Queally silk 15. LUCKY KRISTALE 15. LUCKY KRISTALE +40 <
70
> +40 70 Tom Queally 4 9-0 33/134 33/134 BSP
Tom Queally silk b f LUCKY STORY (USA) 128 - PIKABOO 62 PIVOTAL 124 J: Tom Queally
T: George Margarson
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-0 Eq: (b)
George Margarson (b)
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was flying too high in this grade and maybe the blinkers didn't have quite the same effect a second time, either (always behind).
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14 (8) 14 (8) Robert Winston silk 9 12. TROPICS (USA) 12. TROPICS (USA) +75 <
42
> +81 43 Robert Winston 7 9-3 10/111 10/111 BSP
Robert Winston silk chg SPEIGHTSTOWN (USA) 124 - TAJ AIRE (USA) TAJ ALRIYADH (USA) J: Robert Winston
T: Dean Ivory
Age: 7 Wgt: 9-3 Eq: (h)
Dean Ivory (h)
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clearly wasn't 100% on the day; held up, effort soon after halfway, beaten over 1f out, eased off.
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15 (12) 15 (12) Ryan Moore silk 14 5. DUE DILIGENCE (USA) 5. DUE DILIGENCE (USA) <
> Ryan Moore 4 9-3 5/16 5/16 BSP
Ryan Moore silk b or brc WAR FRONT (USA) 119 - BEMA (USA) PULPIT (USA) 117 J: Ryan Moore
T: Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-3 Eq: (t)
Aidan O'Brien, Ireland (t)
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clearly wasn't 100% on the day; prominent, pushed along over 2f out, stopped quickly, heavily eased off; he missed the second half of last year with a pelvic injury and it's hard to know whether he'll ever get back to the level that he was at, certainly difficult to assess him confidently right now.
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All 15 ran.

Winning Owner: Wes Welker & Sol Kumin

Time: 1m 12.69s Closing Sectional: (2.00f): 24.30s (99.7%)

The Diamond Jubilee has been the race in recent years that has attracted a lot of international runners and it was no different for 2015, Brazen Beau and Wandjina coming from Australia, Undrafted from the US and plenty from Ireland as well to make up the 15-strong field; there were some disappointments, notably Due Diligence and Tropics, who both seemed amiss, but the 2 foreign raiders that fought it out are both proven Group 1 performers and the standard of form achieved is on par with most recent runnings of this race; it was a truly-run affair in which race position didn't make a big difference but track position arguably did, Craig Williams' decision to keep Brazen Beau in a straight line from stall 15 rather backfiring as he ended up racing on his own, the rest of the field all merged in a single group down the centre of the course.

UNDRAFTED (USA) hadn't got his head in front in the US since his fourth in last season's July Cup, albeit faced with inadequate tests over shorter on his last 2 starts, in preparation for this main target no doubt, and he produced a high-class performance to record a first Group 1 win, really well suited by the stiff 6f; held up, good progress on far flank over 2f out, challenged 1f out, kept on well to lead final 50 yds; he'll take in the July Cup again before returning to the US and, granted similar conditions, should be in the mix again there.

BRAZEN BEAU (AUS) a dual Group 1 winner in Australia who set the form standard, was trying to follow in the footsteps of the likes of Choisir, Takeover Target, Miss Andretti and Black Caviar who have all successfully come from his homeland to Royal Ascot in recent years, and he only just failed, shaping best, Craig Williams' decision to keep him alone furthest towards the near side surely making it tougher for him, doing all his own work and, perhaps crucially, unable to respond when challenged with Undrafted at the other side of the track; raced in isolation towards near side, in mid-division overall and travelled strongly, making smooth progress after halfway and taking up it up approaching the final 1f, headed final 50 yds, no extra; although it wasn't the pre-race plan connections are reportedly tempted by staying in Britain for a tilt at next month's July Cup and he'd have a strong chance of gaining compensation providing the ground didn't come up on the soft side - he's unproven on softer than good and might also be stretched by a stiff 6f under such conditions.

ASTAIRE (IRE) struggled in Group 1 sprints last year, as a 3-y-o, but is more ready for the grade now and bounced back to his best after an excusable effort in Ireland last time, beaten only by a high-class pair from abroad, always in the firing line more than the other principals too; prominent, travelled well, went on over 2f out, headed approaching final 1f, one paced; he disappointed in the likes of the July Cup and Sprint Cup last year but much better can be expected from him in the same races this time around and it's worth remembering that he's versatile with regards ground conditions (won the Gimcrack as a 2-y-o on soft).

MUSIC MASTER wasn't right at Haydock 3 weeks earlier but that was evidently just a blip and he bounced straight back to form to hit the frame in this race for the second year running, not quite at his very best but briefly threatening to come right the way through, and perhaps the stiff 6f just found him out in the end; mid-field, went with enthusuiasm and made headway 2f out, chased leaders inside final 1f until no extra late on; although dropping to 5f didn't work out at Haydock, that was down to reasons other than the trip, and the way that he goes through his races does suggest that it's worth trying him at the minimum trip again.

MUSTAJEEB dropped to 6f successfully in a Group 2 last time but, in hindsight, that was a race in which many of the big guns failed to fire, perhaps not worth quite as much as it seemed at the time, and although not at all disgraced he did just seem to lack the necessary gears for a top sprint on firmish ground; chased leaders, pushed along over 2f out, not quicken; he does handle soft ground and, because of the increased emphasis on stamina, his chance of winning a Group 1 at 6f would probably increase under such conditions.

WANDJINA (AUS) won the Australian Guineas over 1m on his penultimate start and dropping back to 6f didn't suit him here, doing all that he could but lacking the pace of the principals; chased leaders, outpaced over 2f out, kept on, found the test inadequate.

CASPAR NETSCHER still has very smart performances in him, as he showed in the Duke of York, but he's not the most consistent nowadays and this was a lesser effort; raced off the pace, headway under pressure over 1f out, never a threat.

GORDON LORD BYRON (IRE) could be forgiven his previous efforts this year, reported to have sustained a slight back injury in Hong Kong and to have scoped dirty after the Curragh last time, but this was another below-par effort and the question now has to be asked whether he's on the downgrade at the age of 7; mid-division, ridden soon after halfway, not quicken, never on terms.

GLASS OFFICE failed to reproduce his effort from York last month, never threatening, though getting squeezed out after halfway didn't help; held up, hampered over 2f out, struggling soon after, merely closed up late, passing beaten horses.

ANSGAR (IRE) faced a stiff task, sprinting for the first time in his career, but at least showed more than he had on his reappearance and could well return to form next time; led until over 2f out, faded.

MOVIESTA (USA) looked and shaped as if needing run on first outing since leaving Bryan Smart after 4 months off; chased leaders, shaken up halfway, weakened final 1f, not unduly punished; his new trainer excels with sprinters and it'll be a surprise if he's not much more competitive with this under his belt.

PEARL SECRET ran a cracker in the Kings Stand earlier in the week and it's fair to assume that this came too quickly him, just 4 days on, also running over the wrong trip; he was dropped out and, having pulled hard, made no impression.

LUCKY KRISTALE was flying too high in this grade and maybe the blinkers didn't have quite the same effect a second time, either (always behind).

TROPICS (USA) clearly wasn't 100% on the day; held up, effort soon after halfway, beaten over 1f out, eased off.

DUE DILIGENCE (USA) clearly wasn't 100% on the day; prominent, pushed along over 2f out, stopped quickly, heavily eased off; he missed the second half of last year with a pelvic injury and it's hard to know whether he'll ever get back to the level that he was at, certainly difficult to assess him confidently right now.