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CHESTER 15:10

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15:10 Friday 08 May 2015

BOODLES DIAMOND ORMONDE STAKES (Group 3) (1)

Distance : 1m 5f 89y
Prize : £75,000 Age : 4yo+ Race Type : Flat Surface : Turf Going : Heavy
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 (7) 1 (7) Graham Lee silk 4. CLEVER COOKIE 4. CLEVER COOKIE -6 <
117+
+4 > 115 Graham Lee 7 9-0 8/19 8/19
Graham Lee silk bg PRIMO VALENTINO (IRE) 116 - MYSTIC MEMORY 74 ELA-MANA-MOU 132 J: Graham Lee
T: Peter Niven
Age: 7 Wgt: 9-0
Peter Niven
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is something of a freak of nature for how he's got here, unfashionably bred and graduating through bumpers then hurdles before focusing on the Flat, with remarkable results, increasingly apparent through last year that he was no flash in the pan and raising his game another notch straight away returning here; held up, didn't travel so strongly as runner-up through the race, though that says more about Tac de Boistron than him, but was the only one able to live with him from 3f out and ran him down inside the last ½f, digging really deep; as far as the Gold Cup goes, certainly in that league now, he's still not so good as Tac de Boistron for one (was receiving 7 lb here), but probably not quite so ground-dependent either, running well enough on good to firm in the Ebor, though easy conditions would definitely help, all his wins on softer than good and showing here what the mud can do for him, while, in stamina terms, there was plenty from his finish in the Doncaster Cup (2¼m) to think he can last out the trip at Royal Ascot; he's a flagbearer for small stables everywhere.
rear, headway 4f out, chased leader after 3f out, stayed on to lead final ½f
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2 (8) 2 (8) Martin Harley silk 1. TAC DE BOISTRON (FR) 1. TAC DE BOISTRON (FR) -2 <
122?
> 120 Martin Harley 8 9-7 11/102.1f 11/102.1f
Martin Harley silk grg TAKE RISKS (FR) 116 - PONDIKI (FR) SICYOS (USA) 126 J: Martin Harley
T: Marco Botti
Age: 8 Wgt: 9-7
Marco Botti
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has the tools and the talent to win a Gold Cup at Royal Ascot, but it's beyond his control in the sense that he needs good ground or ideally softer, which rarely procures in June; can look formidable when getting his conditions, won Group 1 Prix Royal-Oak at Longchamp for second consecutive year last October, and his class shone for much of this race, tanking to the front 3f out, looking set to win easily, duly left all bar one of the rest for dead, but the combination of Clever Cookie's extra improvement and his 7-lb penalty saw him overhauled in the finish, still a big performance, setting the bar in the division for the season; exceptional record in his time with Marco Botti, making it count whenever circumstances allow him to race, his ability and achievements deserving more recognition than they get.
mid-field, led on bridle 3f out, kicked on, headed final ½f
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3 (2) 3 (2) Robert Havlin silk 6 8. DEUCE AGAIN 8. DEUCE AGAIN +1 <
104
-19 > 104 Robert Havlin 4 8-11 8/19 8/19
Robert Havlin silk bf DUBAWI (IRE) 129 - MATCH POINT UNFUWAIN (USA) 131 J: Robert Havlin
T: John Gosden
Age: 4 Wgt: 8-11
John Gosden
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mixing it with some big boys this time, a pair of them just too good for her, but another very useful performance underlines just how far she's come; tracked pace, still travelling smoothly while others were cracking, kept going well to come clear of the rest, simply not in the same league as the first 2.
chased leaders, chased leaders over 2f out, plugged on
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4 (3) 4 (3) Tom Queally silk 18 3. BIG ORANGE 3. BIG ORANGE +33 <
78?
-20 > 80 Tom Queally 4 9-0 6/17 6/17
Tom Queally silk bg DUKE OF MARMALADE (IRE) 132 - MISS BROWN TO YOU (IRE) 84 FASLIYEV (USA) 120 J: Tom Queally
T: Michael Bell
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-0
Michael Bell
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went from strength to strength as a 3-y-o and looks the type to overmatch his rating this season, being such a strapping sort, but this wasn't the soundest start, excusably getting tired first time out on this ground, but even before he was headed (3f out) the rider had looked down a few times as if sensing something wasn't quite right; he won around here (under similar conditions) on his way up in 2014.
led, headed 3f out, weakened
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5 (6) 5 (6) Ryan Moore silk 7. WINDSHEAR 7. WINDSHEAR +38 <
76
+29 > 78 Ryan Moore 4 9-0 5/16 5/16
Ryan Moore silk bg HURRICANE RUN (IRE) 134 - PORTAL 108 HERNANDO (FR) 127 J: Ryan Moore
T: Richard Hannon
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-0 Eq: (v)
Richard Hannon (v)
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had won both his previous starts in the mud, but even so it's easier to excuse a poor run under such conditions, the first-time visor seemingly doing its job as he went with purpose close up, but he was left floundering as soon as Tac de Boistron wound it up on the home turn; the John Porter had suggested all of his ability was intact.
chased leaders, weakened 2f out
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6 (1) 6 (1) Jim Crowley silk 5 2. AUSSIE REIGNS (IRE) 2. AUSSIE REIGNS (IRE) +36 <
65
+43 > 68 Jim Crowley 5 9-0 50/151 50/151
Jim Crowley silk bg AUSSIE RULES (USA) 123 - ROHAIN (IRE) SINGSPIEL (IRE) 133 J: Jim Crowley
T: William Knight
Age: 5 Wgt: 9-0 Eq: (s)
William Knight (s)
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finding it harder this year, not yet as good as he was, but it's easy to overlook this run in isolation, the company still too hot and the ground almost certainly softer than suits him, beaten 4f out; it's incidental that he was in different headgear.
in touch, struggling 4f out, left behind soon after
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7 (4) 7 (4) Robert Tart silk sh 6. MONTEFELTRO 6. MONTEFELTRO +34 <
65
+31 > 68 Robert Tart 7 9-0 40/141 40/141
Robert Tart silk chg MEDICEAN 128 - BUSTLING 106 DANEHILL (USA) 126 J: Robert Tart
T: Brian Ellison
Age: 7 Wgt: 9-0
Brian Ellison
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thriving when last seen, but that was back in the autumn of 2013, set a tall order for comeback, but well off the pace personally, understandably rusty and beaten a long way out.
rear, beaten long way out
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8 (5) 8 (5) Daniel Tudhope silk 30 5. FATTSOTA 5. FATTSOTA +95 <
16
+94 > Daniel Tudhope 7 9-0 10/111 10/111
Daniel Tudhope silk bg OASIS DREAM 129 - GIFT OF THE NIGHT (USA) SLEWPY (USA) J: Daniel Tudhope
T: David O'Meara
Age: 7 Wgt: 9-0
David O'Meara
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flattered by margin of Ripon handicap win, leaving him short of what's required for this company, but that wasn't the only issue on the day, seeming to have some other problem, stopping quickly over 3f out, disputing rather than dictating this time.
prominent, weakened quickly over 3f out
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All 8 ran. Race Distance Adjustment: +44 yds

Winning Owner: Francis Green Racing Ltd

Time: 3m 3.15s

Overrounds: Industry SP 114%, Betfair SP 101.3%

The testing ground took its toll, ultimately reducing the race to effectively a match, but the pair involved are amongst the best stayers in Britain, Tac de Boistron already established as such and Clever Cookie showing it by virtue of more improvement, following on from first season on Flat, 7 lb between them with the second's Group 1 penalty; a tightly-bunched field - went steady under the conditions - suddenly became stretched entering the last half mile, Tac de Boistron striding on 3f out, only the winner able to go with him.

CLEVER COOKIE is something of a freak of nature for how he's got here, unfashionably bred and graduating through bumpers then hurdles before focusing on the Flat, with remarkable results, increasingly apparent through last year that he was no flash in the pan and raising his game another notch straight away returning here; held up, didn't travel so strongly as runner-up through the race, though that says more about Tac de Boistron than him, but was the only one able to live with him from 3f out and ran him down inside the last ½f, digging really deep; as far as the Gold Cup goes, certainly in that league now, he's still not so good as Tac de Boistron for one (was receiving 7 lb here), but probably not quite so ground-dependent either, running well enough on good to firm in the Ebor, though easy conditions would definitely help, all his wins on softer than good and showing here what the mud can do for him, while, in stamina terms, there was plenty from his finish in the Doncaster Cup (2¼m) to think he can last out the trip at Royal Ascot; he's a flagbearer for small stables everywhere.

TAC DE BOISTRON (FR) has the tools and the talent to win a Gold Cup at Royal Ascot, but it's beyond his control in the sense that he needs good ground or ideally softer, which rarely procures in June; can look formidable when getting his conditions, won Group 1 Prix Royal-Oak at Longchamp for second consecutive year last October, and his class shone for much of this race, tanking to the front 3f out, looking set to win easily, duly left all bar one of the rest for dead, but the combination of Clever Cookie's extra improvement and his 7-lb penalty saw him overhauled in the finish, still a big performance, setting the bar in the division for the season; exceptional record in his time with Marco Botti, making it count whenever circumstances allow him to race, his ability and achievements deserving more recognition than they get.

DEUCE AGAIN mixing it with some big boys this time, a pair of them just too good for her, but another very useful performance underlines just how far she's come; tracked pace, still travelling smoothly while others were cracking, kept going well to come clear of the rest, simply not in the same league as the first 2.

BIG ORANGE went from strength to strength as a 3-y-o and looks the type to overmatch his rating this season, being such a strapping sort, but this wasn't the soundest start, excusably getting tired first time out on this ground, but even before he was headed (3f out) the rider had looked down a few times as if sensing something wasn't quite right; he won around here (under similar conditions) on his way up in 2014.

WINDSHEAR had won both his previous starts in the mud, but even so it's easier to excuse a poor run under such conditions, the first-time visor seemingly doing its job as he went with purpose close up, but he was left floundering as soon as Tac de Boistron wound it up on the home turn; the John Porter had suggested all of his ability was intact.

AUSSIE REIGNS (IRE) finding it harder this year, not yet as good as he was, but it's easy to overlook this run in isolation, the company still too hot and the ground almost certainly softer than suits him, beaten 4f out; it's incidental that he was in different headgear.

MONTEFELTRO thriving when last seen, but that was back in the autumn of 2013, set a tall order for comeback, but well off the pace personally, understandably rusty and beaten a long way out.

FATTSOTA flattered by margin of Ripon handicap win, leaving him short of what's required for this company, but that wasn't the only issue on the day, seeming to have some other problem, stopping quickly over 3f out, disputing rather than dictating this time.