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15:35 Saturday 24 July 2021

KING GEORGE VI AND QUEEN ELIZABETH QIPCO STAKES (Group 1) (1)

Distance : 1m 3f 211y
Prize : £496,212 Age : 3yo+ 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 (4) 1 (4) William Buick silk 5. ADAYAR (IRE) 5. ADAYAR (IRE) -4 <
130+
117 William Buick 3 8-10 9/43.25 9/43.25
William Buick silk bc FRANKEL 147 - ANNA SALAI (USA) 113 DUBAWI (IRE) 129 J: William Buick
T: Charlie Appleby
Age: 3 Wgt: 8-10
Charlie Appleby
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became the first Derby winner since Galileo, and just the sixth 3-y-o this century, to win this middle-distance championship, as at Epsom showing speed, stamina and a really willing attitude, no doubt that he's a top-class colt; he raced close up early but was very free, settling better once Broome took up the running after 2f before breezing past that rival over 2f out, tackled by Mishriff over 1f out but responding admirably to his rider's urgings, well on top at the finish; he would likely stay 1¾m and ordinarily the obvious route would be for him to try and gain a second classic in the St Leger but his stable has an embarrassment of riches in that department, Hurricane Lane a more than able deputy with Adayar more likely to be aimed at the Arc, perhaps taking in something like the Prix Niel along the way, already proven on ground softer than good and now appealing as the one to beat at Longchamp.
close up, went on over 2f out, tackled over 1f out, stayed on well
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2 (5) 2 (5) David Egan silk 2. MISHRIFF (IRE) 2. MISHRIFF (IRE) -5 <
129
+2 > 117 David Egan 4 9-7 13/27.5 13/27.5
David Egan silk bc MAKE BELIEVE 127 - CONTRADICT 89 RAVEN'S PASS (USA) 133 J: David Egan
T: John & Thady Gosden
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-7
John & Thady Gosden
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bounced back to his best, evidently all the better for his run in the Eclipse, having no problem with the return to this trip but coming up short against a top-class 3-y-o, no shame in that; raced off the pace, headway out wide entering straight, effort under 2f out and every chance soon after, kept on; he's reportedly now set to renew rivalry with St Mark's Basilica in the International at York next month, likely to get closer than in the Eclipse but probably needing a career best to reverse the form.
off pace, headway wide entering straight, effort under 2f out, every chance soon after, kept on
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3 (6) 3 (6) Ryan Moore silk 3. LOVE (IRE) 3. LOVE (IRE) 0 <
122?
-9 > 111 Ryan Moore 4 9-4 13/82.62f 13/82.62f
Ryan Moore silk chf GALILEO (IRE) 134 - PIKABOO 62 PIVOTAL 124 J: Ryan Moore
T: Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-4
Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
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was strong as favourite but could run only respectably, not that far below her career-best effort in last year's Yorkshire Oaks on form but leaving the impression she was perhaps feeling something, unusually carrying her head a bit awkwardly under pressure (the trouble she met 2f out no more than incidental) and edging right, her finish nowhere near as power-packed as we've come to expect, a second successive run on firm ground possibly not ideal; it'll be interesting to see where connections aim her now, having the option of going back against her own sex if necessary.
in touch, ridden when short of room briefly 2f out, carried head bit awkwardly, edged right, one paced
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4 (2) 4 (2) W. M. Lordan silk 6 1. BROOME (IRE) 1. BROOME (IRE) +10 <
113+
+10 > 103 W. M. Lordan 5 9-7 14/115 14/115
W. M. Lordan silk bh AUSTRALIA 132 - SWEEPSTAKE (IRE) 98 ACCLAMATION 118 J: W. M. Lordan
T: Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
Age: 5 Wgt: 9-7
Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
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is better judged on previous form, rushed up following a slow start to lead after 2f and act as a pacemaker, doing his job thereafter but having nothing left once headed over 2f out; he's likely to bounce back quickly, tough and reliable on the whole.
slowly away, headway to lead after 2f, headed over 2f out, weakened
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5 (1) 5 (1) Frankie Dettori silk ns 6. LONE EAGLE (IRE) 6. LONE EAGLE (IRE) +9 <
112
102 Frankie Dettori 3 8-10 7/24.5 7/24.5
Frankie Dettori silk bc GALILEO (IRE) 134 - MODERNSTONE 109 DUKE OF MARMALADE (IRE) 132 J: Frankie Dettori
T: Martyn Meade
Age: 3 Wgt: 8-10
Martyn Meade
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didn't have quite the chance the market suggested, having work to do with Adayar on pre-race ratings let alone his older rivals, but was below form in any case, his effort very flat; tracked pace, pushed along and lost place home turn, weakened 2f out; he showed in the Irish Derby he's a lot better than this though whether he's quite as closely matched with Hurricane Lane as that suggests is perhaps now in doubt, that race probably seeing him to advantage.
tracked pace, pushed along, lost place home turn, weakened 2f out
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Non Runners: WONDERFUL TONIGHT (FR).

Winning Owner: Godolphin

Time: 2m 26.54s Closing Sectional: (3.00f): 35.50s (103.5%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 111%, Betfair SP 101.3%

A second successive King George low on numbers, after just 3 went to post last year, but not on quality, dual Group 1 winner Mishriff, last year’s 1000 Guineas and Oaks winner Love and this year’s Derby hero Adayar seeing to that, even the pair that ultimately finished well held having something to recommend them pre-race, Broome a Group 1 winner himself while Lone Eagle had finished an excellent second in the Irish Derby on his previous start; the race had the potential to be tactical, given the make-up of the field, but it was fairly run thanks to Broome being deployed as a pacemaker, taking up the running after 2f having been slowly away, though that had the inadvertent effect of aiding stablemate Love’s main rivals, Adayar fired up early until Broome got to the front, settling better thereafter, while Mishriff was already being waited with, potential for that to backfire had the pace been modest; it led to an enthralling battle between the first 2 in the straight, one that Adayar won conclusively, becoming the first Derby winner since Galileo in 2001 to also win this generational clash, the 3-y-os in general looking an increasingly talented bunch having already won the Eclipse thanks to St Mark’s Basilica, the first time the classic generation have landed the Eclipse/King George double since Environment Friend and Generous triumphed in 1991.

ADAYAR (IRE) became the first Derby winner since Galileo, and just the sixth 3-y-o this century, to win this middle-distance championship, as at Epsom showing speed, stamina and a really willing attitude, no doubt that he's a top-class colt; he raced close up early but was very free, settling better once Broome took up the running after 2f before breezing past that rival over 2f out, tackled by Mishriff over 1f out but responding admirably to his rider's urgings, well on top at the finish; he would likely stay 1¾m and ordinarily the obvious route would be for him to try and gain a second classic in the St Leger but his stable has an embarrassment of riches in that department, Hurricane Lane a more than able deputy with Adayar more likely to be aimed at the Arc, perhaps taking in something like the Prix Niel along the way, already proven on ground softer than good and now appealing as the one to beat at Longchamp.

MISHRIFF (IRE) bounced back to his best, evidently all the better for his run in the Eclipse, having no problem with the return to this trip but coming up short against a top-class 3-y-o, no shame in that; raced off the pace, headway out wide entering straight, effort under 2f out and every chance soon after, kept on; he's reportedly now set to renew rivalry with St Mark's Basilica in the International at York next month, likely to get closer than in the Eclipse but probably needing a career best to reverse the form.

LOVE (IRE) was strong as favourite but could run only respectably, not that far below her career-best effort in last year's Yorkshire Oaks on form but leaving the impression she was perhaps feeling something, unusually carrying her head a bit awkwardly under pressure (the trouble she met 2f out no more than incidental) and edging right, her finish nowhere near as power-packed as we've come to expect, a second successive run on firm ground possibly not ideal; it'll be interesting to see where connections aim her now, having the option of going back against her own sex if necessary.

BROOME (IRE) is better judged on previous form, rushed up following a slow start to lead after 2f and act as a pacemaker, doing his job thereafter but having nothing left once headed over 2f out; he's likely to bounce back quickly, tough and reliable on the whole.

LONE EAGLE (IRE) didn't have quite the chance the market suggested, having work to do with Adayar on pre-race ratings let alone his older rivals, but was below form in any case, his effort very flat; tracked pace, pushed along and lost place home turn, weakened 2f out; he showed in the Irish Derby he's a lot better than this though whether he's quite as closely matched with Hurricane Lane as that suggests is perhaps now in doubt, that race probably seeing him to advantage.