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16:30 Saturday 05 June 2021

CAZOO DERBY (Group 1) (1)

Distance : 1m 4f 6y
Prize : £637,987 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 (1) 1 (1) Adam Kirby silk 1. ADAYAR (IRE) 1. ADAYAR (IRE) -16 <
126+
+4 > 121 Adam Kirby 3 9-0 16/117 16/117
Adam Kirby silk bc FRANKEL 147 - ANNA SALAI (USA) 113 DUBAWI (IRE) 129 J: Adam Kirby
T: Charlie Appleby
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-0
Charlie Appleby
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beaten into second at Sandown and Lingfield, went one better in the best possible fashion, well suited by the demands of the race, showing more pace than might have been expected to get a good position after fluffing the start, then the speed to hold it before his stamina came into play, all under a fine ground-saving ride, never leaving the inside rail; awkward start, tracked pace and travelled well, squeezed through against rail to lead over 2f out, in command soon after, stayed on strongly final 1f, impressive; he's likely to stay further, the St Leger an obvious option for later in the year, though the Irish Derby and King George could well be targets in the meantime.
awkward start, tracked pace, led over 2f out, in command soon after, stayed on strongly final 1f, impressive
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2 (10) 2 (10) David Egan silk 8. MOJO STAR (IRE) 8. MOJO STAR (IRE) -15 <
118+
-13 > 113 David Egan 3 9-0 50/151 50/151
David Egan silk bc SEA THE STARS (IRE) 140 - GALLEY 81 ZAMINDAR (USA) 116 J: David Egan
T: Richard Hannon
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-0
Richard Hannon
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upped in trip, looked to have loads on after being beaten in a novice and a maiden, but he seemed to excel himself, clear of the rest, plenty to like about the way he moved forward off the turn, the trip clearly suiting him well; held up, good headway 3f out, took second 2f out, no impression on winner; connections will presumably be tempted to continue to aim high with him.
held up, headway 3f out, took second 2f out, no impression on winner
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3 (5) 3 (5) William Buick silk 4. HURRICANE LANE (IRE) 4. HURRICANE LANE (IRE) +5 <
112+
+9 > 108 William Buick 3 9-0 6/17 6/17
William Buick silk chc FRANKEL 147 - GALE FORCE 107 SHIROCCO (GER) 129 J: William Buick
T: Charlie Appleby
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-0
Charlie Appleby
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ran respectably, stepped up in trip (should stay this far), though he didn't really handle the track and might have done better elsewhere, worth another crack at this level, perhaps in the Irish Derby, time still for him to build on his quite taking Dante win; handy, pushed along straight, wandered, stayed on from 2f out, not quicken inside final 1f.
handy, pushed along straight, wandered, stayed on from 2f out, not quicken inside final 1f
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4 (8) 4 (8) K. J. Manning silk 6. MAC SWINEY (IRE) 6. MAC SWINEY (IRE) +15 <
106
-2 > 102 K. J. Manning 3 9-0 8/19 8/19
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: 9-0
J. S. Bolger, Ireland
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wasn't disgraced over 2f longer trip, though he may need really soft ground to show to maximum advantage, looking rather laboured on this drying surface when asked to pick up; waited with, effort entering straight, headway 3f out, not quicken 2f out.
waited with, effort entering straight, headway 3f out, not quicken 2f out
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5 (2) 5 (2) Andrea Atzeni silk nk 11. THIRD REALM 11. THIRD REALM +6 <
106
+5 > 102 Andrea Atzeni 3 9-0 14/115 14/115
Andrea Atzeni silk bc SEA THE STARS (IRE) 140 - REEM THREE 103 MARK OF ESTEEM (IRE) 137 J: Andrea Atzeni
T: Roger Varian
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-0
Roger Varian
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had beaten the winner convincingly at Lingfield, but just didn't fire in the same way, oddly, given how he handled Lingfield, looking ill at ease rounding Tattenham Corner; waited with, shaken up home turn, not quicken early in straight, plugged on final 1f; it's too early to pigeon-hole him as needing soft ground, even if he did handle it really well last time.
waited with, shaken up home turn, not quicken early in straight, plugged on final 1f
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6 (11) 6 (11) James Doyle silk 3 9. ONE RULER (IRE) 9. ONE RULER (IRE) +8 <
101
+10 > 97 James Doyle 3 9-0 17/29.5 17/29.5
James Doyle silk bc DUBAWI (IRE) 129 - FINTRY (IRE) 119 SHAMARDAL (USA) 129 J: James Doyle
T: Charlie Appleby
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-0
Charlie Appleby
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upped markedly in trip, was below form, just turning in a lacklustre effort, coupled with not really handling the track, whether he has the required stamina (a far from certain stayer on pedigree) a question for another day; raced off the pace, ridden straight, wandered, not quicken, hung left over 2f out, plugged on final 1f.
off pace, ridden straight, wandered, not quicken, hung left over 2f out, plugged on final 1f
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7 (9) 7 (9) Ryan Moore silk 2. BOLSHOI BALLET (IRE) 2. BOLSHOI BALLET (IRE) +24 <
96+
+19 > 93 Ryan Moore 3 9-0 11/82.37f 11/82.37f
Ryan Moore silk bc GALILEO (IRE) 134 - ALTA ANNA (FR) ANABAA (USA) 130 J: Ryan Moore
T: Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-0
Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
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well backed, was well held over 2f longer trip, dropping away tamely after being in a similar position to the winner at Tattenham Corner, his effort best excused as he reportedly sustained a cut and was very sore afterwards; tracked pace, travelled well, shaken up 3f out, found little; given the style of his win at Leopardstown, a performance also backed up by the timefigure, he is clearly entitled to another chance.
tracked pace, shaken up 3f out, found little
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8 (7) 8 (7) Tom Marquand silk 2 12. YOUTH SPIRIT (IRE) 12. YOUTH SPIRIT (IRE) +21 <
92
+22 > 89 Tom Marquand 3 9-0 25/126 25/126
Tom Marquand silk bc CAMELOT 128 - ROCANA FASTNET ROCK (AUS) 127 J: Tom Marquand
T: Andrew Balding
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-0
Andrew Balding
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failed to confirm previous form, faced with a stiffer task again, dropping right away late on; close up, ridden straight, weakened over 2f out.
close up, ridden straight, weakened over 2f out
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9 (12) 9 (12) Frankie Dettori silk 5. JOHN LEEPER (IRE) 5. JOHN LEEPER (IRE) +21 <
90
+15 > 87 Frankie Dettori 3 9-0 8/19 8/19
Frankie Dettori silk bc FRANKEL 147 - SNOW FAIRY (IRE) 128 INTIKHAB (USA) 135 J: Frankie Dettori
T: Ed Dunlop
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-0
Ed Dunlop
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upped in trip, is probably best given a pass for this, short on experience for a race of this magnitude, enough in his brief forward move (when forced wide) on the home turn to think he'll still do better another day, looked after once he was beaten; in rear, took keen hold, brief headway out wide home turn, ridden over 3f out, weakened over 2f out, not persevered with once held; he's bred to stay at least this far.
rear, brief effort wide home turn, ridden over 3f out, weakened over 2f out
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10 (6) 10 (6) Ben Curtis silk ¾ 3. GEAR UP (IRE) 3. GEAR UP (IRE) +17 <
89
+19 > 86 Ben Curtis 3 9-0 50/151 50/151
Ben Curtis silk bc TEOFILO (IRE) 126 - GEARANAI (USA) 65p TOCCET (USA) 118 J: Ben Curtis
T: Mark Johnston
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-0
Mark Johnston
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ought to be suited by this trip but ran well below form; led until over 2f out, soon beaten.
led until over 2f out, soon beaten
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11 (3) 11 (3) Declan McDonogh silk 21 10. SOUTHERN LIGHTS (IRE) 10. SOUTHERN LIGHTS (IRE) +51 <
51
+55 > 51 Declan McDonogh 3 9-0 33/134 33/134
Declan McDonogh silk bc SEA THE STARS (IRE) 140 - OWNWAN (USA) - KINGMAMBO (USA) 125 J: Declan McDonogh
T: Joseph Patrick O'Brien, Ireland
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-0
Joseph Patrick O'Brien, Ireland
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ran no sort of race, looking awkward from an early stage and beaten well before the longer trip came into play; broke well, soon steadied, looked awkward from an early stage, labouring over 4f out; should stay beyond 1¼m.
quickly away, steadied start, struggling over 4f out
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Non Runners: MOHAAFETH (IRE).

Winning Owner: Godolphin

Time: 2m 36.85s Closing Sectional: (3.44f): 40.10s (111.8%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 112%, Betfair SP 100.1%

The late withdrawal of Mohaafeth, due to the ground, left the second smallest field for the Derby this century, in part due to Aidan O'Brien saddling just the one runner, the short-priced favourite Bolshoi Ballet, winner of the Derrinstown Stud Trial, though Alenqueur and Lone Eagle were among notable British-trained absentees and French stables were unrepresented, as they had been in the first 3 British classics as well; for the fourth time in 5 years the race fell to one at a double-figure price, though Adayar had suggested at Sandown that he had a really good effort in him and his performance, though not the easiest to weigh up, looks about as good as any in the race since Golden Horn, that the last winner for whom the Derby was a launch pad for a season of further high achievement, the race needing another of similar stature, the issues with the form the presence in second of a maiden, seemingly much improved, and the underperformance of so many of the main contenders, the favourite reportedly very sore afterwards, several of the others either not handling the track or just running lacklustre races; the pace was sound, the winner soon in a position just behind the leader, his success from stall 1 leaving a vacancy for a hoodoo, Adayar giving his sire Frankel a Derby winner to go with successes for his progeny previously in the Oaks and St Leger, his ability to pass on the stamina he might himself have been expected to show beyond question.

ADAYAR (IRE) beaten into second at Sandown and Lingfield, went one better in the best possible fashion, well suited by the demands of the race, showing more pace than might have been expected to get a good position after fluffing the start, then the speed to hold it before his stamina came into play, all under a fine ground-saving ride, never leaving the inside rail; awkward start, tracked pace and travelled well, squeezed through against rail to lead over 2f out, in command soon after, stayed on strongly final 1f, impressive; he's likely to stay further, the St Leger an obvious option for later in the year, though the Irish Derby and King George could well be targets in the meantime.

MOJO STAR (IRE) upped in trip, looked to have loads on after being beaten in a novice and a maiden, but he seemed to excel himself, clear of the rest, plenty to like about the way he moved forward off the turn, the trip clearly suiting him well; held up, good headway 3f out, took second 2f out, no impression on winner; connections will presumably be tempted to continue to aim high with him.

HURRICANE LANE (IRE) ran respectably, stepped up in trip (should stay this far), though he didn't really handle the track and might have done better elsewhere, worth another crack at this level, perhaps in the Irish Derby, time still for him to build on his quite taking Dante win; handy, pushed along straight, wandered, stayed on from 2f out, not quicken inside final 1f.

MAC SWINEY (IRE) wasn't disgraced over 2f longer trip, though he may need really soft ground to show to maximum advantage, looking rather laboured on this drying surface when asked to pick up; waited with, effort entering straight, headway 3f out, not quicken 2f out.

THIRD REALM had beaten the winner convincingly at Lingfield, but just didn't fire in the same way, oddly, given how he handled Lingfield, looking ill at ease rounding Tattenham Corner; waited with, shaken up home turn, not quicken early in straight, plugged on final 1f; it's too early to pigeon-hole him as needing soft ground, even if he did handle it really well last time.

ONE RULER (IRE) upped markedly in trip, was below form, just turning in a lacklustre effort, coupled with not really handling the track, whether he has the required stamina (a far from certain stayer on pedigree) a question for another day; raced off the pace, ridden straight, wandered, not quicken, hung left over 2f out, plugged on final 1f.

BOLSHOI BALLET (IRE) well backed, was well held over 2f longer trip, dropping away tamely after being in a similar position to the winner at Tattenham Corner, his effort best excused as he reportedly sustained a cut and was very sore afterwards; tracked pace, travelled well, shaken up 3f out, found little; given the style of his win at Leopardstown, a performance also backed up by the timefigure, he is clearly entitled to another chance.

YOUTH SPIRIT (IRE) failed to confirm previous form, faced with a stiffer task again, dropping right away late on; close up, ridden straight, weakened over 2f out.

JOHN LEEPER (IRE) upped in trip, is probably best given a pass for this, short on experience for a race of this magnitude, enough in his brief forward move (when forced wide) on the home turn to think he'll still do better another day, looked after once he was beaten; in rear, took keen hold, brief headway out wide home turn, ridden over 3f out, weakened over 2f out, not persevered with once held; he's bred to stay at least this far.

GEAR UP (IRE) ought to be suited by this trip but ran well below form; led until over 2f out, soon beaten.

SOUTHERN LIGHTS (IRE) ran no sort of race, looking awkward from an early stage and beaten well before the longer trip came into play; broke well, soon steadied, looked awkward from an early stage, labouring over 4f out; should stay beyond 1¼m.