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GOODWOOD 15:05

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15:05 Tuesday 29 July 2014

bet365 LENNOX STAKES (Group 2) (1)

Distance : 7f
Prize : £150,000 Age : 3yo+ 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 (5) 1 (5) Adam Kirby silk 3. ES QUE LOVE (IRE) 3. ES QUE LOVE (IRE) -1 <
118
-9 > 86 Adam Kirby 5 9-3 7/18 7/18
Adam Kirby silk brh CLODOVIL (IRE) 116 - ES QUE INCHINOR 119 J: Adam Kirby
T: Clive Cox
Age: 5 Wgt: 9-3
Clive Cox
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had been campaigned as a sprinter by current connections, but in his previous guise as a hard-working handicapper for Mark Johnston he was equally effective at 7f/1m, and demonstrated that he had lost none of his staying power with this career-best success back up in trip; tracked pace, still on bridle in the leaders' slipstream around 1f out, quickened to lead ½f out, driven out to hold on; this wasn't the strongest renewal of this particular race and a Group-2 penalty is likely to make life tougher from now on, but his versatility is a notable asset and he won't be short of options as he attempts to add to this victory in pattern company.
chased leaders, chased leader 1f out, led final ½f, driven out
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2 (6) 2 (6) Richard Hughes silk nk 10. TOORMORE (IRE) 10. TOORMORE (IRE) -6 <
115
-7 > 83 Richard Hughes 3 8-10 5/61.83f 5/61.83f
Richard Hughes silk bg ARAKAN (USA) 123 - DANETIME OUT (IRE) DANETIME (IRE) 121 J: Richard Hughes
T: Richard Hannon
Age: 3 Wgt: 8-10
Richard Hannon
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looked to have been found an ideal opportunity to get his career back on track, dropping in class having finished down the field in both the 2000 Guineas and St James's Palace Stakes, his task made easier by the withdrawal of his main market rival, but he failed to take advantage, seemingly beaten without any excuses on the day; close up and travelling with zest, he was produced to lead over 1f out but didn't put the race to bed, headed ½f out and although sticking to his guns, found one too good; was denied by a rival who has developed into a fair yardstick at this sort of level, but his classic campaign has to be considered rather underwhelming all the same, now seeming unlikely to deliver on early promise.
close up, led over 1f out, headed final ½f, ran on
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3 (4) 3 (4) Paul Hanagan silk ½ 9. ANJAAL 9. ANJAAL -18 <
114+
-16 > 82 Paul Hanagan 3 8-10 25/126 25/126
Paul Hanagan silk chc BAHAMIAN BOUNTY 116 - BALLYMORE CELEBRE (IRE) PEINTRE CELEBRE (USA) 137 J: Paul Hanagan
T: Richard Hannon
Age: 3 Wgt: 8-10
Richard Hannon
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bounced back from a poor start to the season to run best race, shaping well to boot, this hopefully the springboard for a fruitful second half of the year; in rear and pushed along 2f out, he responded generously to pressure, staying on all the way to the line, nearest at the finish, coming from a lot further back than the pair that beat him; should be suited by a return to 1m and can gain compensation if kept to this sort of level.
rear, pushed along 2f out, stayed on, nearest finish
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4 (8) 4 (8) Ryan Moore silk 4. GARSWOOD 4. GARSWOOD +8 <
111
+11 > 79 Ryan Moore 4 9-3 4/15 4/15
Ryan Moore silk b c DUTCH ART 126 - PENCHANT KYLLACHY 129 J: Ryan Moore
T: Richard Fahey
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-3 Eq: (v)
Richard Fahey (v)
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won this race last year and signed off his 3-y-o career by taking third behind Moonlight Cloud in the Foret, but things haven't quite gone to plan since and he was unable to build on his return to form in the Criterion Stakes, albeit on ground that was a shade quicker than ideal, a first-time visor (replacing blinkers) employed on this occasion; held up, he made some headway over 1f out, keeping on, though without ever threatening the leading duo.
held up, headway over 1f out, kept on, never on terms
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5 (1) 5 (1) Adrie de Vries silk 1 1. AMARILLO (IRE) 1. AMARILLO (IRE) +9 <
108+
-25 > 76 Adrie de Vries 5 9-3 8/19 8/19
Adrie de Vries silk b h HOLY ROMAN EMPEROR (IRE) 125 - ALTE KUNST (IRE) 98 ROYAL ACADEMY (USA) 130 J: Adrie de Vries
T: P. Schiergen, Germany
Age: 5 Wgt: 9-3
P. Schiergen, Germany
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the winner of a Group 3 at Hamburg earlier this month, shaped better than the bare result in his bid to follow up; patiently ridden, headway and going well when met some trouble over 1f out, losing momentum as a result, kept on, never a threat.
held up, headway, going well when not clear run over 1f out, kept on, never on terms
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6 (9) 6 (9) Jamie Spencer silk ½ 5. GLORY AWAITS (IRE) 5. GLORY AWAITS (IRE) +2 <
106
+6 > 75 Jamie Spencer 4 9-3 16/117 16/117
Jamie Spencer silk chg CHOISIR (AUS) 126 - SANDBOX TWO (IRE) - FOXHOUND (USA) 103 J: Jamie Spencer
T: Kevin Ryan
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-3 Eq: (b)
Kevin Ryan (b)
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was below form, his sights quickly raised again after his listed win at Chester, producing a typically laboured effort; in touch, keen initially but ultimately first off the bridle, plugged on at the one pace.
in touch, plugged on, one paced
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7 (3) 7 (3) Martin Dwyer silk 2. BOOM AND BUST (IRE) 2. BOOM AND BUST (IRE) +2 <
101
-3 > 70 Martin Dwyer 7 9-3 20/121 20/121
Martin Dwyer silk b g FOOTSTEPSINTHESAND 120 - FOREST CALL 67 WOLFHOUND (USA) 126 J: Martin Dwyer
T: Marcus Tregoning
Age: 7 Wgt: 9-3 Eq: (s)
Marcus Tregoning (s)
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has yet to fire this season, though tends to find a couple too strong at this level even when on song (third in this race 12 months earlier), reverted to positive tactics and fitted with first-time cheekpieces here; stumbled slightly start, led until headed over 1f out, weakened.
stumbled start, led, headed over 1f out, weakened
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Non Runners: GREGORIAN (IRE), HERE COMES WHEN (IRE), PROFESSOR. Race Distance Adjustment: +10 yds

Winning Owner: The Es Que Love Partnership

Time: 1m 24.55s

Overrounds: Industry SP 113%, Betfair SP 101%

This lacked the quality usually associated with this Group 2 prize, July Cup third Gregorian a notable absentee owing to the prevailing fast ground; the race revolved around last year's Champion juvenile Toormore, but he once again failed to meet expectations, Es Que Love suited by the relative emphasis on speed and gaining his first win at this level; the gallop took 3f or so to pick up.

ES QUE LOVE (IRE) had been campaigned as a sprinter by current connections, but in his previous guise as a hard-working handicapper for Mark Johnston he was equally effective at 7f/1m, and demonstrated that he had lost none of his staying power with this career-best success back up in trip; tracked pace, still on bridle in the leaders' slipstream around 1f out, quickened to lead ½f out, driven out to hold on; this wasn't the strongest renewal of this particular race and a Group-2 penalty is likely to make life tougher from now on, but his versatility is a notable asset and he won't be short of options as he attempts to add to this victory in pattern company.

TOORMORE (IRE) looked to have been found an ideal opportunity to get his career back on track, dropping in class having finished down the field in both the 2000 Guineas and St James's Palace Stakes, his task made easier by the withdrawal of his main market rival, but he failed to take advantage, seemingly beaten without any excuses on the day; close up and travelling with zest, he was produced to lead over 1f out but didn't put the race to bed, headed ½f out and although sticking to his guns, found one too good; was denied by a rival who has developed into a fair yardstick at this sort of level, but his classic campaign has to be considered rather underwhelming all the same, now seeming unlikely to deliver on early promise.

ANJAAL bounced back from a poor start to the season to run best race, shaping well to boot, this hopefully the springboard for a fruitful second half of the year; in rear and pushed along 2f out, he responded generously to pressure, staying on all the way to the line, nearest at the finish, coming from a lot further back than the pair that beat him; should be suited by a return to 1m and can gain compensation if kept to this sort of level.

GARSWOOD won this race last year and signed off his 3-y-o career by taking third behind Moonlight Cloud in the Foret, but things haven't quite gone to plan since and he was unable to build on his return to form in the Criterion Stakes, albeit on ground that was a shade quicker than ideal, a first-time visor (replacing blinkers) employed on this occasion; held up, he made some headway over 1f out, keeping on, though without ever threatening the leading duo.

AMARILLO (IRE) the winner of a Group 3 at Hamburg earlier this month, shaped better than the bare result in his bid to follow up; patiently ridden, headway and going well when met some trouble over 1f out, losing momentum as a result, kept on, never a threat.

GLORY AWAITS (IRE) was below form, his sights quickly raised again after his listed win at Chester, producing a typically laboured effort; in touch, keen initially but ultimately first off the bridle, plugged on at the one pace.

BOOM AND BUST (IRE) has yet to fire this season, though tends to find a couple too strong at this level even when on song (third in this race 12 months earlier), reverted to positive tactics and fitted with first-time cheekpieces here; stumbled slightly start, led until headed over 1f out, weakened.