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ASCOT 15:40

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15:40 Wednesday 15 June 2022

PRINCE OF WALES’S STAKES (Group 1) (1)

Distance : 1m 1f 212y
Prize : £599,708 Age : 4yo+ Race Type : Flat Surface : Turf Going : Gd/Frm
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 (1) 1 (1) S. M. Crosse silk 4. STATE OF REST (IRE) 4. STATE OF REST (IRE) -8 <
127
-28 > 68 S. M. Crosse 4 9-2 5/16 5/16
S. M. Crosse silk bc STARSPANGLEDBANNER (AUS) 128 - REPOSE (USA) QUIET AMERICAN (USA) J: S. M. Crosse
T: Joseph Patrick O'Brien, Ireland
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-2 Eq: (t)
Joseph Patrick O'Brien, Ireland (t)
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was seemingly better than ever, a switch to front-running tactics in a race with no obvious pace paying dividends, his effectiveness on firm ground also in his favour, a fourth Group/Grade 1 in as many countries from his last 5 starts cementing his status as one of the toughest around, likely to be well sought after as a stallion when the time comes; dictated, travelled well, quickened early in straight, shaken up under 2f out, ridden and 2 lengths up entering final 1f, always holding on; there's no reason to think he won't give his running in other top races this summer.
dictated, quickened early in straight, shaken up under 2f out, ridden final 1f, always holding on
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2 (2) 2 (2) Ryan Moore silk 1 1. BAY BRIDGE 1. BAY BRIDGE +1 <
125+
-6 > 66 Ryan Moore 4 9-2 10/111.9f 10/111.9f
Ryan Moore silk bc NEW BAY 128 - HAYYONA 62 MULTIPLEX 114 J: Ryan Moore
T: Sir Michael Stoute
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-2
Sir Michael Stoute
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ran creditably, up in grade, though didn't make the step forward that his Sandown win had promised at this higher level, running on going firmer than good after making rapid progress on good or softer looking a factor, unable to quicken in the way that he had at Sandown, leaving the impression he wasn't fully letting himself down; waited with, shaken up early in straight, took second over 1f out, kept on, no further impression final 100 yds; he remains open to improvement, back on easier ground and perhaps 1½m, and is likely to gain compensation at this level at some point during the season.
waited with, shaken up early in straight, took second 1f out, kept on, beaten final 100 yds
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3 (4) 3 (4) Mickael Barzalona silk 5. GRAND GLORY 5. GRAND GLORY +2 <
118+
-9 > 58 Mickael Barzalona 6 8-13 16/117 16/117
Mickael Barzalona silk bm OLYMPIC GLORY (IRE) 132 - MADONNA LILY (IRE) DAYLAMI (IRE) 138 J: Mickael Barzalona
T: Gianluca Bietolini, France
Age: 6 Wgt: 8-13 Eq: (t)
Gianluca Bietolini, France (t)
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ran respectably, doing as well as she could given her position into the straight, little chance of landing a blow the way the race developed; held up, pushed along under 3f out, kept on.
held up, pushed along under 3f out, kept on
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4 (3) 4 (3) Cristian Demuro silk hd 3. SHAHRYAR (JPN) 3. SHAHRYAR (JPN) +5 <
120
-4 > 61 Cristian Demuro 4 9-2 6/17 6/17
Cristian Demuro silk b or brc DEEP IMPACT (JPN) 134 - DUBAI MAJESTY (USA) 121 ESSENCE OF DUBAI (USA) 118 J: Cristian Demuro
T: Hideaki Fujiwara, Japan
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-2 Eq: (h)
Hideaki Fujiwara, Japan (h)
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an imposing sort who was a bit on his toes beforehand, wasn't at his best, a tactical race probably not suiting him ideally, lacking a turn of foot over a shorter trip than he usually runs over; tracked pace, ridden over 2f out, not quicken.
tracked pace, ridden over 2f out, not quicken
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5 (5) 5 (5) Frankie Dettori silk 2. LORD NORTH (IRE) 2. LORD NORTH (IRE) +3 <
113
+12 > 54 Frankie Dettori 6 9-2 9/25.5 9/25.5
Frankie Dettori silk bg DUBAWI (IRE) 129 - NAJOUM (USA) 89 GIANT'S CAUSEWAY (USA) 132 J: Frankie Dettori
T: John & Thady Gosden
Age: 6 Wgt: 9-2
John & Thady Gosden
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successful in the 2020 running, was below form, though with an obvious excuse, his rider taking an age to remove the blindfold, and though he was able to latch on to the back of the field because of the steady pace, the effort must have told; left at start (blindfold removed after several attempts), closed up in rear after 1f, shaken up straight, made no impression.
very slowly away, rear, shaken up straight, no impression
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All 5 ran. Race Distance Adjustment: +11 yds

Winning Owner: State of Rest Partnership

Time: 2m 7.79s Closing Sectional: (3f): 35.4s (108.2%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 107%, Betfair SP 99.7%

The first million-pound race at Royal Ascot astonishingly attracted just 5 runners, the absentees including Alenquer, Mishriff, plus any representative from Ballydoyle or Godolphin, 4 of the 5 successful previously at Group 1 level, though the short-priced favourite was having his first run above Group 3, and with no obvious pace in the race a tactical affair unfolded, the winner ridden to perfection, likely none of the others were quite at their best, the runner-up looking less effective on firmer ground than previously and remaining the runner with most potential in this field.

STATE OF REST (IRE) was seemingly better than ever, a switch to front-running tactics in a race with no obvious pace paying dividends, his effectiveness on firm ground also in his favour, a fourth Group/Grade 1 in as many countries from his last 5 starts cementing his status as one of the toughest around, likely to be well sought after as a stallion when the time comes; dictated, travelled well, quickened early in straight, shaken up under 2f out, ridden and 2 lengths up entering final 1f, always holding on; there's no reason to think he won't give his running in other top races this summer.

BAY BRIDGE ran creditably, up in grade, though didn't make the step forward that his Sandown win had promised at this higher level, running on going firmer than good after making rapid progress on good or softer looking a factor, unable to quicken in the way that he had at Sandown, leaving the impression he wasn't fully letting himself down; waited with, shaken up early in straight, took second over 1f out, kept on, no further impression final 100 yds; he remains open to improvement, back on easier ground and perhaps 1½m, and is likely to gain compensation at this level at some point during the season.

GRAND GLORY ran respectably, doing as well as she could given her position into the straight, little chance of landing a blow the way the race developed; held up, pushed along under 3f out, kept on.

SHAHRYAR (JPN) an imposing sort who was a bit on his toes beforehand, wasn't at his best, a tactical race probably not suiting him ideally, lacking a turn of foot over a shorter trip than he usually runs over; tracked pace, ridden over 2f out, not quicken.

LORD NORTH (IRE) successful in the 2020 running, was below form, though with an obvious excuse, his rider taking an age to remove the blindfold, and though he was able to latch on to the back of the field because of the steady pace, the effort must have told; left at start (blindfold removed after several attempts), closed up in rear after 1f, shaken up straight, made no impression.