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ASCOT 15:50

13:2514:0014:3515:1015:5016:30
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15:50 Saturday 16 October 2021

QIPCO CHAMPION STAKES (Group 1) (1)

Distance : 1m 1f 212y
Prize : £680,520 Age : 3yo+ Race Type : Flat Surface : Turf Going : Gd/Sft
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) Mickael Barzalona silk 10. SEALIWAY (FR) 10. SEALIWAY (FR) -6 <
127
116 Mickael Barzalona 3 9-1 12/113 12/113
Mickael Barzalona silk chc GALIWAY 110 - KENSEA (FR) 100 KENDARGENT (FR) 112 J: Mickael Barzalona
T: Cedric Rossi, France
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-1
Cedric Rossi, France
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back down in trip, improved again to gain a first win of the year, a lot to like about his effort, though in form terms it wouldn't be quite so good as the best middle-distance efforts of the campaign, not least the best of those of his Jockey Club conqueror St Mark's Basilica; in touch, took keen hold, chased leaders 4f out, shaken up straight, led 2f out, challenged final 1f, found extra; assuming he's kept in training, he seems likely to have another autumn-focussed campaign, with the Arc and this race again as the main targets.
in touch, chased leaders 4f out, shaken up straight, led 2f out, challenged final 1f, found extra
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2 (10) 2 (10) James Doyle silk ¾ 7. DUBAI HONOUR (IRE) 7. DUBAI HONOUR (IRE) -2 <
125
115 James Doyle 3 9-1 6/17 6/17
James Doyle silk bg PRIDE OF DUBAI (AUS) - MONDELICE MONTJEU (IRE) 137 J: James Doyle
T: William Haggas
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-1 Eq: (t)
William Haggas (t)
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ran well upped in grade, looking to come there with a winning run but unable to find any extra after getting upsides Sealiway, having made up a lot of ground already, also carried left by a winner who proved very game; dropped out, travelled well, pushed along 3f out, headway 2f out, edged right, challenged entering final 1f, kept on; he's progressed through the ranks rapidly since winning a handicap at the July meeting, and he can win some good races next year.
dropped out, pushed along 3f out, headway 2f out, edged right, challenged entering final 1f
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3 (6) 3 (6) K. J. Manning silk 9. MAC SWINEY (IRE) 9. MAC SWINEY (IRE) -10 <
121+
112 K. J. Manning 3 9-1 40/141 40/141
K. J. Manning silk chc NEW APPROACH (IRE) 132 - HALLA NA SAOIRE (IRE) TEOFILO (IRE) 126 J: K. J. Manning
T: J. S. Bolger, Ireland
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-1
J. S. Bolger, Ireland
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was right back to his best, at least matching the form of his win in the Irish Guineas, the return to softer ground presumably helping, a shade better than the result too after getting boxed in; held up, effort entering straight, keeping on when hampered over 1f out, rallied inside final 1f, stayed on.
held up, effort entering straight, keeping on when hampered over 1f out, rallied inside final 1f, stayed on
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4 (2) 4 (2) David Egan silk 1 4. MISHRIFF (IRE) 4. MISHRIFF (IRE) +12 <
119
109 David Egan 4 9-5 13/82.62f 13/82.62f
David Egan silk bc MAKE BELIEVE 127 - CONTRADICT 89 RAVEN'S PASS (USA) 133 J: David Egan
T: John & Thady Gosden
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-5
John & Thady Gosden
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just wasn't in the same form as last time, his stable having a disappointing time at this meeting for the second year running, connections blaming the ground, that a thin excuse, given how he'd travelled in the Eclipse when short of full fitness, though it is fair to say his very best turf form has come on good or firmer; slowly into stride, waited with, effort 3f out, chased leaders 2f out, close up 1f out, no extra inside final 1f.
slowly away, waited with, effort 3f out, chased leaders 2f out, close up 1f out, no extra inside final 1f
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5 (9) 5 (9) William Buick silk 5. ADAYAR (IRE) 5. ADAYAR (IRE) +12 <
111+
102 William Buick 3 9-1 5/23.5 5/23.5
William Buick silk bc FRANKEL 147 - ANNA SALAI (USA) 113 DUBAWI (IRE) 129 J: William Buick
T: Charlie Appleby
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-1
Charlie Appleby
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ended his campaign, in Europe at least, on a low note, this coming too soon (for him, if not the winner) after an Arc taken without his intended prep run, though he also did a bit too much at the head of affairs, keen on the early downhill stretch; travelled well, close up soon after start, went on 4f out, shaken up straight, headed 2f out, weakened final 1f; he'll hopefully be around again in 2022 and will bounce back to his very best in some of the top middle-distance prizes.
close up soon after start, went on 4f out, shaken up straight, headed 2f out, weakened final 1f
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6 (1) 6 (1) Tom Marquand silk 5 1. ADDEYBB (IRE) 1. ADDEYBB (IRE) +26 <
99
91 Tom Marquand 7 9-5 8/19 8/19
Tom Marquand silk chg PIVOTAL 124 - BUSH CAT (USA) 93 KINGMAMBO (USA) 125 J: Tom Marquand
T: William Haggas
Age: 7 Wgt: 9-5 Eq: (s)
William Haggas (s)
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second and first in the last 2 runnings of this, looked to have plenty in his favour, but ran poorly after 4 months off, doing too much in front, coming off a break much longer than for the previous 2 occasions, while those who raced againt the rail on the round course struggled all afternoon; led until 4f out, ridden soon after, weakened 2f out, eased off.
led until 4f out, ridden soon after, weakened 2f out, eased
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7 (4) 7 (4) Silvestre De Sousa silk ¾ 8. FOXES TALES (IRE) 8. FOXES TALES (IRE) +20 <
99
91 Silvestre De Sousa 3 9-1 40/141 40/141
Silvestre De Sousa silk bc ZOFFANY (IRE) 121 - STARFISH (IRE) GALILEO (IRE) 134 J: Silvestre De Sousa
T: Andrew Balding
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-1 Eq: (b)
Andrew Balding (b)
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was lit up by first-time blinkers and had nothing left in the closing stages, well below form; tracked pace, raced freely, ridden 4f out, weakened straight.
tracked pace, ridden 4f out, weakened straight
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8 (5) 8 (5) Jim Crowley silk 2. AL AASY (IRE) 2. AL AASY (IRE) +22 <
93
85 Jim Crowley 4 9-5 16/117 16/117
Jim Crowley silk bg SEA THE STARS (IRE) 140 - KITCARA SHAMARDAL (USA) 129 J: Jim Crowley
T: William Haggas
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-5
William Haggas
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ran no sort of race, not even travelling with his customary fluency; held up, pushed along over 3f out, left behind entering straight.
held up, pushed along over 3f out, left behind entering straight
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9 (7) 9 (7) Paul Mulrennan silk 6 3. EUCHEN GLEN 3. EUCHEN GLEN +34 <
79
72 Paul Mulrennan 8 9-5 150/1151 150/1151
Paul Mulrennan silk bg AUTHORIZED (IRE) 133 - JABBARA (IRE) 65 KINGMAMBO (USA) 125 J: Paul Mulrennan
T: Jim Goldie
Age: 8 Wgt: 9-5
Jim Goldie
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was flying too high in this grade; in rear, raced freely, labouring 4f out.
rear, struggling 4f out
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Non Runners: BOLSHOI BALLET (IRE).

Winning Owner: Le Haras de la Gousserie

Time: 2m 8.31s Closing Sectional: (3.00f): 38.75s (99.7%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 111%, Betfair SP 101.4%

A rematch between Adayar and Mishriff, Derby and International winner respectively and first and second in the King George, the shorter trip here seeming likely to favour the latter, had the potential to be the highlight on a superb afternoon, one that once again showcased the best in British Flat racing, Champions day firmly established in the calendar, 10 years after its inception, but the late date in the season has led to a few such clashes not materilaising over the decade and this was another such occasion, neither of the favourites at their best, the winner, scoring for the first time in 2021, paying tribute to the retired St Mark's Basilica, who had beaten him in the Prix du Jockey Club; the pace was good, a shade overly so, those that set it paying for their efforts late on.

SEALIWAY (FR) back down in trip, improved again to gain a first win of the year, a lot to like about his effort, though in form terms it wouldn't be quite so good as the best middle-distance efforts of the campaign, not least the best of those of his Jockey Club conqueror St Mark's Basilica; in touch, took keen hold, chased leaders 4f out, shaken up straight, led 2f out, challenged final 1f, found extra; assuming he's kept in training, he seems likely to have another autumn-focussed campaign, with the Arc and this race again as the main targets.

DUBAI HONOUR (IRE) ran well upped in grade, looking to come there with a winning run but unable to find any extra after getting upsides Sealiway, having made up a lot of ground already, also carried left by a winner who proved very game; dropped out, travelled well, pushed along 3f out, headway 2f out, edged right, challenged entering final 1f, kept on; he's progressed through the ranks rapidly since winning a handicap at the July meeting, and he can win some good races next year.

MAC SWINEY (IRE) was right back to his best, at least matching the form of his win in the Irish Guineas, the return to softer ground presumably helping, a shade better than the result too after getting boxed in; held up, effort entering straight, keeping on when hampered over 1f out, rallied inside final 1f, stayed on.

MISHRIFF (IRE) just wasn't in the same form as last time, his stable having a disappointing time at this meeting for the second year running, connections blaming the ground, that a thin excuse, given how he'd travelled in the Eclipse when short of full fitness, though it is fair to say his very best turf form has come on good or firmer; slowly into stride, waited with, effort 3f out, chased leaders 2f out, close up 1f out, no extra inside final 1f.

ADAYAR (IRE) ended his campaign, in Europe at least, on a low note, this coming too soon (for him, if not the winner) after an Arc taken without his intended prep run, though he also did a bit too much at the head of affairs, keen on the early downhill stretch; travelled well, close up soon after start, went on 4f out, shaken up straight, headed 2f out, weakened final 1f; he'll hopefully be around again in 2022 and will bounce back to his very best in some of the top middle-distance prizes.

ADDEYBB (IRE) second and first in the last 2 runnings of this, looked to have plenty in his favour, but ran poorly after 4 months off, doing too much in front, coming off a break much longer than for the previous 2 occasions, while those who raced againt the rail on the round course struggled all afternoon; led until 4f out, ridden soon after, weakened 2f out, eased off.

FOXES TALES (IRE) was lit up by first-time blinkers and had nothing left in the closing stages, well below form; tracked pace, raced freely, ridden 4f out, weakened straight.

AL AASY (IRE) ran no sort of race, not even travelling with his customary fluency; held up, pushed along over 3f out, left behind entering straight.

EUCHEN GLEN was flying too high in this grade; in rear, raced freely, labouring 4f out.