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ASCOT

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AYR

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REDCAR

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4:20 Saturday 18 June 2016

DIAMOND JUBILEE STAKES (Group 1) (1)

Distance : 6f
Prize : £340,260 Age : 4yo+ Race Type : Flat Surface : Turf Going : Good
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 (3) 1 (3) Ryan Moore silk 9. TWILIGHT SON 9. TWILIGHT SON -12 <
120+
> -18 116 Ryan Moore 4 9-3 7/24.5 7/24.5 BSP
Ryan Moore silk bc KYLLACHY 129 - TWILIGHT MISTRESS 84 BIN AJWAAD (IRE) 119 J: Ryan Moore
T: Henry Candy
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-3
Henry Candy
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is from a stable whose horses generally have been slow to come to hand this year, his reappearance 5 weeks ago symptomatic of that, but as expected he proved all the sharper for that outing, this always the main target of course, and came back to something like his best to record this second Group 1 win, adding to the Sprint Cup last September; crucially as it turned out he was never far away, driven over 1f out, led last ½f and kept on well, well positioned but still showed a good attitude as he was challenged on all sides late on; he's not a standout in what is a competitive sprinting division at present, one dominated by 4-y-os, but he's proving himself time and again on the biggest days and looks certain to be there or therabouts in all of the other big 6f sprints to come.
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2 (5) 2 (5) Christophe Soumillon silk nk 1. GOLD-FUN (IRE) 1. GOLD-FUN (IRE) -6 <
119+
> 116 Christophe Soumillon 7 9-3 7/18 7/18 BSP
Christophe Soumillon silk chg LE VIE DEI COLORI 126 - GOODWOOD MARCH 66 FOXHOUND (USA) 103 J: Christophe Soumillon
T: R. Gibson, Hong Kong
Age: 7 Wgt: 9-3 Eq: (v)
R. Gibson, Hong Kong (v)
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is amongst the top sprinters in Hong Kong and ran close to his best, almost landing a fourth Group 1 win of his career, not so well positioned as Twilight Son; mid-division, driven over 1f out and slightly outpaced, kept on well final 100 yds, going on at the finish and would probably have benefited from a stronger pace; he'll reportedly head straight back to Hong Kong rather than staying for the July Cup.
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3 (6) 3 (6) Olivier Peslier silk sh 6. SIGNS OF BLESSING (IRE) 6. SIGNS OF BLESSING (IRE) -15 <
119
> +2 116 Olivier Peslier 5 9-3 25/126 25/126 BSP
Olivier Peslier silk bg INVINCIBLE SPIRIT (IRE) 121 - SUN BITTERN (USA) SEEKING THE GOLD (USA) J: Olivier Peslier
T: Francois Rohaut, France
Age: 5 Wgt: 9-3
Francois Rohaut, France
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is having a good season, successful on first 2 starts in the spring, and proved better than ever to place at the top level, albeit seen to maximum effect; made running, went with enthusiasm, headed well inside final 1f, kept on, had the run of the race; although there's no doubt that he's in top form he may not get another opportunity quite as good as this to win a Group 1.
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4 (10) 4 (10) Frankie Dettori silk hd 4. MAGICAL MEMORY (IRE) 4. MAGICAL MEMORY (IRE) +1 <
119+
> -8 115 Frankie Dettori 4 9-3 3/14f 3/14f BSP
Frankie Dettori silk grg ZEBEDEE 113 - MARASEM 86+ CADEAUX GENEREUX 131 J: Frankie Dettori
T: Charles Hills
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-3
Charles Hills
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has fallen a little short on both Group 1 starts to date, both times behind Twilight Son, but he shaped well here, not seen to best effect in a fairly tactical race, and can be more of a match on other days; awkward leaving stalls, held up, travelled smoothly, good progress approaching final 1f, showing smart turn of foot to challenge, but no extra close home as he paid the price for a big move into contention; he's sure to go well in the July Cup.
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5 (4) 5 (4) Daniel Tudhope silk sh 7. SUEDOIS (FR) 7. SUEDOIS (FR) -1 <
119+
> +1 115 Daniel Tudhope 5 9-3 12/113 12/113 BSP
Daniel Tudhope silk b or brg LE HAVRE (IRE) 124 - CUP CAKE (IRE) SINGSPIEL (IRE) 133 J: Daniel Tudhope
T: David O'Meara
Age: 5 Wgt: 9-3
David O'Meara
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is making good progress for this stable, yet to win in 3 starts for them but certainly progressing, more than holding his own in top company now, and wasn't ideally placed given how this race developed; held up, headway under pressure over 1f out, stuck to task; he'll continue to run well and, though connections will quite rightly target the biggest races, he'd have little trouble getting his head in front if dipped in grade slightly.
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6 (2) 6 (2) John R. Velazquez silk 2 10. UNDRAFTED (USA) 10. UNDRAFTED (USA) +4 <
111
> -5 109 John R. Velazquez 6 9-3 8/19 8/19 BSP
John R. Velazquez silk chg PURIM (USA) 118 - FRENCH JEANNETTE (USA) FRENCH DEPUTY (USA) 118 J: John R. Velazquez
T: Wesley A. Ward, USA
Age: 6 Wgt: 9-3
Wesley A. Ward, USA
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put up a clear career-best performance when winning this race in 2015 but hasn't shown form within 5 lb of that before or since, not so well suited by the way the race developed this time around admittedly, last year's contest more strongly run; in touch, pushed along 2f out, not quicken.
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7 (9) 7 (9) James McDonald silk 2. HOLLER (AUS) 2. HOLLER (AUS) +17 <
102
> +5 101 James McDonald 4 9-3 12/113 12/113 BSP
James McDonald silk bc COMMANDS (AUS) - SHOUTS (AUS) STRATEGIC (AUS) J: James McDonald
T: John O'Shea, Australia
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-3 Eq: (b+t)
John O'Shea, Australia (b+t)
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is one of Australia's top sprinters, a Group-1 winner there, but disappointed on this first international trip, perhaps not handling the travel/occasion all that well, clearly not himself whatever the reason; close up, ridden over 1f out, weakened.
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8 (8) 8 (8) Tom Queally silk ¾ 8. THE TIN MAN 8. THE TIN MAN +20 <
99
> +16 98 Tom Queally 4 9-3 10/34.33 10/34.33 BSP
Tom Queally silk bg EQUIANO (FR) 127 - PERSARIO 96 BISHOP OF CASHEL 122 J: Tom Queally
T: James Fanshawe
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-3
James Fanshawe
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has done little but progress up to this point, fourth in last year's Champions Sprint Stakes and looking every inch a Group 1 horse when impressively landing a listed race on return in May, but he proved to be a disappointment back at the top level, not helped by failing to get cover in mid-division, ridden 2f out but having little response; he is much better than this and well worth another chance.
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9 (1) 9 (1) David Allan silk 5. MATTMU 5. MATTMU +8 <
86
> -44 85 David Allan 4 9-3 20/121 20/121 BSP
David Allan silk bc INDESATCHEL (IRE) 120 - KATIE BOO (IRE) 92 NAMID 128 J: David Allan
T: Tim Easterby
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-3 Eq: (s)
Tim Easterby (s)
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pulled far too hard without cover on the far flank, tracking the pace until around 2f out, then hung right and weakened.
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Non Runners: JUNGLE CAT (IRE).

Winning Owner: Mr Godfrey Wilson & Cheveley Park Stud

Time: 1m 13.84s Closing Sectional: (2.00f): 24.65s (99.9%)

Despite challengers from Hong Kong, Australia, France and the US there was a smaller field than usual for one of the major sprints of the season and that played a part in how the race developed, the pace not as strong as you'd expect in a race of this standing, 25/1-shot Signs of Blessing having no competition for the lead, and a handy position was an advantage in a race of fine margins, less than half-a-length covering the first 5; the result does have a slightly muddling feel to it and, as such, the form is rated lower than the usual Group-1 standard, and if the principals meet again later in the season the result could well be different.

TWILIGHT SON is from a stable whose horses generally have been slow to come to hand this year, his reappearance 5 weeks ago symptomatic of that, but as expected he proved all the sharper for that outing, this always the main target of course, and came back to something like his best to record this second Group 1 win, adding to the Sprint Cup last September; crucially as it turned out he was never far away, driven over 1f out, led last ½f and kept on well, well positioned but still showed a good attitude as he was challenged on all sides late on; he's not a standout in what is a competitive sprinting division at present, one dominated by 4-y-os, but he's proving himself time and again on the biggest days and looks certain to be there or therabouts in all of the other big 6f sprints to come.

GOLD-FUN (IRE) is amongst the top sprinters in Hong Kong and ran close to his best, almost landing a fourth Group 1 win of his career, not so well positioned as Twilight Son; mid-division, driven over 1f out and slightly outpaced, kept on well final 100 yds, going on at the finish and would probably have benefited from a stronger pace; he'll reportedly head straight back to Hong Kong rather than staying for the July Cup.

SIGNS OF BLESSING (IRE) is having a good season, successful on first 2 starts in the spring, and proved better than ever to place at the top level, albeit seen to maximum effect; made running, went with enthusiasm, headed well inside final 1f, kept on, had the run of the race; although there's no doubt that he's in top form he may not get another opportunity quite as good as this to win a Group 1.

MAGICAL MEMORY (IRE) has fallen a little short on both Group 1 starts to date, both times behind Twilight Son, but he shaped well here, not seen to best effect in a fairly tactical race, and can be more of a match on other days; awkward leaving stalls, held up, travelled smoothly, good progress approaching final 1f, showing smart turn of foot to challenge, but no extra close home as he paid the price for a big move into contention; he's sure to go well in the July Cup.

SUEDOIS (FR) is making good progress for this stable, yet to win in 3 starts for them but certainly progressing, more than holding his own in top company now, and wasn't ideally placed given how this race developed; held up, headway under pressure over 1f out, stuck to task; he'll continue to run well and, though connections will quite rightly target the biggest races, he'd have little trouble getting his head in front if dipped in grade slightly.

UNDRAFTED (USA) put up a clear career-best performance when winning this race in 2015 but hasn't shown form within 5 lb of that before or since, not so well suited by the way the race developed this time around admittedly, last year's contest more strongly run; in touch, pushed along 2f out, not quicken.

HOLLER (AUS) is one of Australia's top sprinters, a Group-1 winner there, but disappointed on this first international trip, perhaps not handling the travel/occasion all that well, clearly not himself whatever the reason; close up, ridden over 1f out, weakened.

THE TIN MAN has done little but progress up to this point, fourth in last year's Champions Sprint Stakes and looking every inch a Group 1 horse when impressively landing a listed race on return in May, but he proved to be a disappointment back at the top level, not helped by failing to get cover in mid-division, ridden 2f out but having little response; he is much better than this and well worth another chance.

MATTMU pulled far too hard without cover on the far flank, tracking the pace until around 2f out, then hung right and weakened.