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15:45 Saturday 26 June 2021

DUBAI DUTY FREE IRISH DERBY (Group 1)

Distance : 1m 4f
Prize : €1,000,000 Age : 3yo 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) William Buick silk 5. HURRICANE LANE (IRE) 5. HURRICANE LANE (IRE) -9 <
121+
+2 > 109 William Buick 3 9-2 4/15 4/15
William Buick silk chc FRANKEL 147 - GALE FORCE 107 SHIROCCO (GER) 129 J: William Buick
T: Charlie Appleby
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-2
Charlie Appleby
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went 2 better than at Epsom to complete the Anglo-Irish Derby double for his trainer, cutting down the leader in the style of a really good horse having had to come from further back than ideal off a gallop that had slackened quite appreciably around halfway, finding himself with nowhere to go under 4f out and having to peel wide under 3f out before making headway, hanging right as he did (hampering a few) and still looking to have his work cut out with Lone Eagle over 1f out before finding plenty to lead late on, the pair of them having stretched right away from the rest; he'll certainly have his supporters should he clash again with his Derby-winning stablemate, though they might be on slightly different paths now, plenty about Hurricane Lane to think he'll handle the demands of the St Leger, for instance.
mid-field, no room under 4f out, came wide under 3f out, headway when hung right soon after, found plenty to lead late on
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2 (8) 2 (8) Frankie Dettori silk nk 6. LONE EAGLE (IRE) 6. LONE EAGLE (IRE) -7 <
121
-9 > 108 Frankie Dettori 3 9-2 11/26.5 11/26.5
Frankie Dettori silk bc GALILEO (IRE) 134 - MODERNSTONE 109 DUKE OF MARMALADE (IRE) 132 J: Frankie Dettori
T: Martyn Meade
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-2
Martyn Meade
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might have finished only fourth in the Classic Trial at Sandown but that's proving a red-hot piece of form, since when he earned himself a shot at a race like this when winning at Goodwood and he upped his game once more, looking to have made full use of his good position when he quickened clear soon after leading around 3f out, going as short as 1.03 in-running on Betfair, but the keen hold he'd taken early meant he couldn't quite fend off Hurricane Lane's strong late charge; whether he'll relish the St Leger distance remains to be seen, so perhaps his best option of going one better at this level will be on the continent.
chased leader, went on over 3f out, quickened clear soon after, looked in control over 1f out, headed late on, clear of rest
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3 (11) 3 (11) Seamie Heffernan silk 7 11. WORDSWORTH (IRE) 11. WORDSWORTH (IRE) -2 <
109+
+4 > 97 Seamie Heffernan 3 9-2 11/112 11/112
Seamie Heffernan silk chc GALILEO (IRE) 134 - CHELSEA ROSE (IRE) 121 DESERT KING (IRE) 129 J: Seamie Heffernan
T: Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-2 Eq: (t)
Aidan O'Brien, Ireland (t)
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is progressing gradually, running better again than at Ascot despite the drop back to 1½m in a race not run at an end-to-end gallop, also meeting quite singificant trouble as the winner came by; chased leaders on outer, effort over 3f out, badly hampered under 2f out, rallied final 1f into a clear third and value for finishing closer to the first 2; he had just one run at 2 yrs and is very much the type to go on improving through the season, particularly back over further (brother to Kew Gardens), while he also leaves the impression that he could be sharpened up by headgear.
chased leaders, effort over 3f out, badly hampered under 2f out, rallied final 1f
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4 (9) 4 (9) Ben Martin Coen silk 2. EARLSWOOD 2. EARLSWOOD +3 <
106+
94 Ben Martin Coen 3 9-2 28/129 28/129
Ben Martin Coen silk bc PIVOTAL 124 - FIELD OF MIRACLES (IRE) 114$ GALILEO (IRE) 134 J: Ben Martin Coen
T: John Patrick Murtagh, Ireland
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-2
John Patrick Murtagh, Ireland
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was unlucky not to put further improvement on top of his Gallinule-winning performance, looking at home at this level, with the longer trip seemingly within range, too; waited with, progress under 3f out, further headway when no room and stumbled under 2f out, not recover (retook fourth only late on).
waited with, progress under 3f out, headway when no room under 2f out, stumbled, not recover
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5 (4) 5 (4) Rossa Ryan silk ½ 9. MOJO STAR (IRE) 9. MOJO STAR (IRE) +13 <
105+
93 Rossa Ryan 3 9-2 12/113 12/113
Rossa Ryan silk bc SEA THE STARS (IRE) 140 - GALLEY 81 ZAMINDAR (USA) 116 J: Rossa Ryan
T: Richard Hannon
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-2
Richard Hannon
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didn't enjoy anything like the same trip as at Epsom, when he finished in front of Hurricane Lane, though that one clearly progressed plenty here; mid-field, effort when not clear run from 3f out, badly hampered under 2f out, not recover.
mid-field, effort when not clear run from 3f out, badly hampered under 2f out, not recover
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6 (7) 6 (7) K. J. Manning silk ½ 7. MAC SWINEY (IRE) 7. MAC SWINEY (IRE) +2 <
104
92 K. J. Manning 3 9-2 10/111 10/111
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: 9-2
J. S. Bolger, Ireland
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has every chance of staying this far on pedigree but has now come up quite well short in 2 Derbies, though it's hard to say it was the trip alone that beat him here, Lone Eagle running clean away from him early in the straight and perhaps his Guineas win has left a bit of a mark on him for now; tracked pace, second 3f out, left behind by leader soon after, faded final 1f.
tracked pace, second 3f out, left behind soon after, faded final 1f
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7 (2) 7 (2) Emmet McNamara silk 1. ARTURO TOSCANINI (IRE) 1. ARTURO TOSCANINI (IRE) +4 <
99
88 Emmet McNamara 3 9-2 40/141 40/141
Emmet McNamara silk bc GALILEO (IRE) 134 - SNOW QUEEN (IRE) 109§ DANEHILL DANCER (IRE) 117 J: Emmet McNamara
T: Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-2 Eq: (t)
Aidan O'Brien, Ireland (t)
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was far from disgraced on bare form terms even before considering he was one of the worst sufferers in the melee in the straight; broke on terms but slow to gather stride, soon pushed up to chase leaders, effort under 3f out, badly hampered under 2f out, no chance after, not knocked about.
slowly away, chased leaders, effort under 3f out, badly hampered under 2f out, no chance after
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8 (5) 8 (5) C. T. Keane silk 10. VAN GOGH (USA) 10. VAN GOGH (USA) +16 <
93
81 C. T. Keane 3 9-2 7/18 7/18
C. T. Keane silk bc AMERICAN PHAROAH (USA) 138 - IMAGINE (IRE) 119 SADLER'S WELLS (USA) 132 J: C. T. Keane
T: Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-2
Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
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shaped similarly to in the Prix du Jockey Club, only beaten further over this longer trip, though admittedly the tactics used were of little use the way this panned out; dropped out, off pace still 2f out, never on terms.
dropped out, off pace still 2f out, never on terms
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9 (6) 9 (6) G. M. Ryan silk ½ 3. FERNANDO VICHI (IRE) 3. FERNANDO VICHI (IRE) +11 <
92
81 G. M. Ryan 3 9-2 50/151 50/151
G. M. Ryan silk chc AUSTRALIA 132 - PERNICA 81 SIR PERCY 129 J: G. M. Ryan
T: Donnacha Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-2 Eq: (b)
Donnacha Aidan O'Brien, Ireland (b)
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failed to make the step up required at this level; held up, effort under 3f out, held when hung right under 2f out, made no impression; his previous win came in a notably slow time and doesn't look strong form.
held up, effort under 3f out, held when hung right under 2f out, no impression
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10 (10) 10 (10) Ryan Moore silk 12 4. HIGH DEFINITION (IRE) 4. HIGH DEFINITION (IRE) +41 <
72
61 Ryan Moore 3 9-2 9/43.25f 9/43.25f
Ryan Moore silk bc GALILEO (IRE) 134 - PALACE (IRE) 104 FASTNET ROCK (AUS) 127 J: Ryan Moore
T: Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-2
Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
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whose Dante run looks even better than it did at the time in light of what the winner did here, nonethess became another big disappointment for a Ballydoyle 3-y-o colt in a top race this season, St Mark's Basilica very much standing out among the stable's crop at present having delivered back-to-back French classics; held up, stumbled after 3f, shaken up under 5f out and dropped to last, ridden 4f out, hung right straight and made no impression at all; this clearly wasn't his running and it will be interesting to see if anything comes to light in the coming days.
held up, stumbled after 3f, shaken up under 5f out, ridden 4f out, hung right straight, no impression
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11 (1) 11 (1) M. C. Hussey silk 12 8. MATCHLESS (IRE) 8. MATCHLESS (IRE) +35 <
52
+42 > 41 M. C. Hussey 3 9-2 300/1301 300/1301
M. C. Hussey silk bc GALILEO (IRE) 134 - BYE BYE BIRDIE (IRE) 104 OASIS DREAM 129 J: M. C. Hussey
T: Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-2 Eq: (b)
Aidan O'Brien, Ireland (b)
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didn't even perform his apparent role as pacemaker well given his rider steadied the tempo around halfway, but he was still readily seen off in the straight; led, headed over 3f out, dropped away quickly.
led, headed over 3f out, dropped away quickly
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All 11 ran.

Winning Owner: Godolphin

Time: 2m 33.85s Closing Sectional: (3.00f): 35.90s (107.1%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 112%, Betfair SP 102.1%

A really interesting Irish Derby on paper, the second, third and fourth from Epsom all back for more, 2 of that group responsible for wins in the Irish 2000 Guineas and Dante beforehand, the winter favourite for the Derby also in the line-up, but, not for the first time in recent years, the race wasn't run at a true tempo, the pace steadying around halfway, and the first one to strike for home looked to have got away only to be nailed late on by one who deserves extra credit given the position from which he came, even if he did severely hamper a few of his rivals on the way through; having finished third to his stablemate Adayar at Epsom, Hurricane Lane brought up a Derby double for Charlie Appleby and became just the third non-Irish-trained winner this century.

HURRICANE LANE (IRE) went 2 better than at Epsom to complete the Anglo-Irish Derby double for his trainer, cutting down the leader in the style of a really good horse having had to come from further back than ideal off a gallop that had slackened quite appreciably around halfway, finding himself with nowhere to go under 4f out and having to peel wide under 3f out before making headway, hanging right as he did (hampering a few) and still looking to have his work cut out with Lone Eagle over 1f out before finding plenty to lead late on, the pair of them having stretched right away from the rest; he'll certainly have his supporters should he clash again with his Derby-winning stablemate, though they might be on slightly different paths now, plenty about Hurricane Lane to think he'll handle the demands of the St Leger, for instance.

LONE EAGLE (IRE) might have finished only fourth in the Classic Trial at Sandown but that's proving a red-hot piece of form, since when he earned himself a shot at a race like this when winning at Goodwood and he upped his game once more, looking to have made full use of his good position when he quickened clear soon after leading around 3f out, going as short as 1.03 in-running on Betfair, but the keen hold he'd taken early meant he couldn't quite fend off Hurricane Lane's strong late charge; whether he'll relish the St Leger distance remains to be seen, so perhaps his best option of going one better at this level will be on the continent.

WORDSWORTH (IRE) is progressing gradually, running better again than at Ascot despite the drop back to 1½m in a race not run at an end-to-end gallop, also meeting quite singificant trouble as the winner came by; chased leaders on outer, effort over 3f out, badly hampered under 2f out, rallied final 1f into a clear third and value for finishing closer to the first 2; he had just one run at 2 yrs and is very much the type to go on improving through the season, particularly back over further (brother to Kew Gardens), while he also leaves the impression that he could be sharpened up by headgear.

EARLSWOOD was unlucky not to put further improvement on top of his Gallinule-winning performance, looking at home at this level, with the longer trip seemingly within range, too; waited with, progress under 3f out, further headway when no room and stumbled under 2f out, not recover (retook fourth only late on).

MOJO STAR (IRE) didn't enjoy anything like the same trip as at Epsom, when he finished in front of Hurricane Lane, though that one clearly progressed plenty here; mid-field, effort when not clear run from 3f out, badly hampered under 2f out, not recover.

MAC SWINEY (IRE) has every chance of staying this far on pedigree but has now come up quite well short in 2 Derbies, though it's hard to say it was the trip alone that beat him here, Lone Eagle running clean away from him early in the straight and perhaps his Guineas win has left a bit of a mark on him for now; tracked pace, second 3f out, left behind by leader soon after, faded final 1f.

ARTURO TOSCANINI (IRE) was far from disgraced on bare form terms even before considering he was one of the worst sufferers in the melee in the straight; broke on terms but slow to gather stride, soon pushed up to chase leaders, effort under 3f out, badly hampered under 2f out, no chance after, not knocked about.

VAN GOGH (USA) shaped similarly to in the Prix du Jockey Club, only beaten further over this longer trip, though admittedly the tactics used were of little use the way this panned out; dropped out, off pace still 2f out, never on terms.

FERNANDO VICHI (IRE) failed to make the step up required at this level; held up, effort under 3f out, held when hung right under 2f out, made no impression; his previous win came in a notably slow time and doesn't look strong form.

HIGH DEFINITION (IRE) whose Dante run looks even better than it did at the time in light of what the winner did here, nonethess became another big disappointment for a Ballydoyle 3-y-o colt in a top race this season, St Mark's Basilica very much standing out among the stable's crop at present having delivered back-to-back French classics; held up, stumbled after 3f, shaken up under 5f out and dropped to last, ridden 4f out, hung right straight and made no impression at all; this clearly wasn't his running and it will be interesting to see if anything comes to light in the coming days.

MATCHLESS (IRE) didn't even perform his apparent role as pacemaker well given his rider steadied the tempo around halfway, but he was still readily seen off in the straight; led, headed over 3f out, dropped away quickly.