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GOODWOOD 15:10

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15:10 Thursday 30 July 2015

QATAR GOODWOOD CUP (Group 2) (1)

Distance : 2m
Prize : £300,000 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 (1) 1 (1) Jamie Spencer silk 4. BIG ORANGE 4. BIG ORANGE +5 <
115+
-17 > 75 Jamie Spencer 4 9-8 6/17 6/17
Jamie Spencer silk bg DUKE OF MARMALADE (IRE) 132 - MISS BROWN TO YOU (IRE) 84 FASLIYEV (USA) 120 J: Jamie Spencer
T: Michael Bell
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-8 Eq: (s)
Michael Bell (s)
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has put his stuttering start to the campaign well and truly behind him, belatedly building on all that he'd promised last year, first-time cheekpieces kick starting things in the Princess of Wales's Stakes last time, and whilst he didn't necessarily need to build on that performance, it was encouraging to see him cement his return to form back up in trip, albeit in another race in which he was well positioned, not that he should be crabbed unduly, especially given the level of tenacity he displayed to overhaul another up-and-comer; broke well and soon across to lead early, content to track Vive Ma Fille when she went on after 3f, travelled well and engaged the runner-up from 3f out, finding plenty to nose ahead late on, needing to give his all to maintain the narrow advantage; has a range of options open to him having already showcased his versatility with regards trip and ground, and whilst he looks worth his chance at the highest level, connections were quick to nominate this year's Melbourne Cup as his main target.
quickly away, led early, tracked pace after 3f, challenged from 3f out, found plenty to lead late on, all out, game
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2 (6) 2 (6) George Baker silk nk 8. QUEST FOR MORE (IRE) 8. QUEST FOR MORE (IRE) +3 <
113+
-2 > 73 George Baker 5 9-8 9/25.5f 9/25.5f
George Baker silk bg TEOFILO (IRE) 126 - NO QUEST (IRE) RAINBOW QUEST (USA) 134 J: George Baker
T: Roger Charlton
Age: 5 Wgt: 9-8 Eq: (b)
Roger Charlton (b)
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may have done little but progress right throughout his career, but has really taken things up a notch this season, making a seamless transition from high-end handicap player to Group-class performer, finding only another that's thriving too good having been similarly well placed as that rival; tracked pace, travelled smoothly, challenged from around 3f out, immediately tackled by Big Orange, did all he could to repel that rival, digging in once headed in the closing stages, going down fighting; as one of the up-and-comers in this division he'll command the utmost respect wherever he turns up next, the Lonsdale Cup at York in a months time an obvious next port of call.
chased leaders, challenged from 3f out, headed late on, kept on well
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3 (11) 3 (11) Graham Lee silk sh 1. TRIP TO PARIS (IRE) 1. TRIP TO PARIS (IRE) +1 <
119+
-13 > 79 Graham Lee 4 9-12 5/16 5/16
Graham Lee silk bg CHAMPS ELYSEES 124 - LA GRANDE ZOA (IRE) 50 FANTASTIC LIGHT (USA) 134 J: Graham Lee
T: Ed Dunlop
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-12
Ed Dunlop
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added another superb effort to an already remarkable seasonal tally, emerging best at the weights having to concede at least 4 lb all round, this an even better performance than at Ascot despite less conducive circumstances, with the change of gear that propelled him into a winning position there not having quite the same potency back down in trip and in a race not truly run, deserving of extra credit for coming from further back to really lay it down to the front 2; mid-field, steady headway from early in straight, challenged approaching last ½f, hung right, then left but still closed all the way to the line; connections are reportedly keen to have a crack at the Melbourne Cup later in the year, and given how his season has gone so far that doesn't seem especially overambitious, and should they meet again there, he may prove capable of reversing the form with the winner granted a more level playing field.
mid-field, headway from early in straight, challenged approaching final ½f, wandered, stayed on well
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4 (9) 4 (9) Andrea Atzeni silk 7. PALLASATOR 7. PALLASATOR -34 <
109+
-8 > 70 Andrea Atzeni 6 9-8 11/26.5 11/26.5
Andrea Atzeni silk bg MOTIVATOR 131 - ELA ATHENA 119 EZZOUD (IRE) 126 J: Andrea Atzeni
T: Sir Mark Prescott Bt
Age: 6 Wgt: 9-8
Sir Mark Prescott Bt
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attracted support and duly returned to form 3 months on from a very disappointing reappearance, this bang up there with the pick of his efforts despite the fact he seemed ill at ease on this course and wasn't as well placed as the trio that beat him; soon steadied, ridden 2f out, headway when edged right approaching final 1f, kept on, never nearer.
steadied start, ridden 2f out, headway when edged right approaching final 1f, kept on, never nearer
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5 (8) 5 (8) Silvestre De Sousa silk ½ 12. VIVE MA FILLE (GER) 12. VIVE MA FILLE (GER) -17 <
104?
-7 > 65 Silvestre De Sousa 3 8-2 14/115 14/115
Silvestre De Sousa silk bf DOYEN (IRE) 132 - VIVE MADAME (GER) BIG SHUFFLE (USA) 122 J: Silvestre De Sousa
T: Mark Johnston
Age: 3 Wgt: 8-2
Mark Johnston
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may have been receiving at least 20 lb from each of her rivals, by virtue of being the only filly and Classic generation representative in the field, but still ran an absolute screamer upped in grade, eligible for handicaps from a BHA mark of just 87 prior to this, though she did have the advantage of setting something of a false pace, surely flattered to some degree, though exactly how much remains to be seen; tracked pace initially but went on after 3f, headed around 3f out, one paced.
chased leaders, went on after 3f, headed around 3f out, one paced
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6 (12) 6 (12) Martin Lane silk nk 10. SHEIKHZAYEDROAD 10. SHEIKHZAYEDROAD -7 <
108+
+1 > 69 Martin Lane 6 9-8 16/117 16/117
Martin Lane silk bg DUBAWI (IRE) 129 - ROYAL SECRETS (IRE) 78 HIGHEST HONOR (FR) 124 J: Martin Lane
T: David Simcock
Age: 6 Wgt: 9-8 Eq: (h)
David Simcock (h)
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soon back to form, got much closer to the winner than he had in the Princess of Wales's Stakes last time despite being left with a lot to do when the race began to develop, the impression there that he'd have finished even closer still if he'd kept straight at the business end, the way he saw this out suggesting he's worth persevering with at this trip, though the nature of this course did rather bring his own idiosyncrasies to the fore; dropped out, effort over 2f out, persistently hung right approaching final 1f, ran on late once just about straightened out, by which point the damage was already done.
behind, effort over 2f out, hung right approaching final 1f, ran on late
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7 (7) 7 (7) Joe Fanning silk 6. ORIENTAL FOX (GER) 6. ORIENTAL FOX (GER) 0 <
105
+8 > 66 Joe Fanning 7 9-8 15/28.5 15/28.5
Joe Fanning silk chg LOMITAS 129 - ORIENTAL PEARL (GER) BIG SHUFFLE (USA) 122 J: Joe Fanning
T: Mark Johnston
Age: 7 Wgt: 9-8
Mark Johnston
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backed up his Queen Alexandra romp and more, but simply found this calibre of opposition too hot; held up, ridden 3f out, headway when hung right under 2f out, effort flattened out.
held up, ridden 3f out, headway when hung right under 2f out, not sustain effort
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8 (10) 8 (10) Frankie Dettori silk 5 11. SIMENON (IRE) 11. SIMENON (IRE) +18 <
98
-9 > 60 Frankie Dettori 8 9-8 7/18 7/18
Frankie Dettori silk bg MARJU (IRE) 127 - EPISTOLIERE (IRE) ALZAO (USA) 117 J: Frankie Dettori
T: W. P. Mullins, Ireland
Age: 8 Wgt: 9-8 Eq: (h)
W. P. Mullins, Ireland (h)
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ran one of his lesser races making his second appearance in this event, the first having come back in 2012, though the odd off day is that bit more excusable at this stage of his career; mid-field, effort 3f out, edged right over 1f out, no extra soon after.
mid-field, effort 3f out, edged right over 1f out, no extra soon after
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9 (5) 9 (5) Adam Kirby silk 2 3. AUSSIE REIGNS (IRE) 3. AUSSIE REIGNS (IRE) +7 <
96
-8 > 57 Adam Kirby 5 9-8 33/134 33/134
Adam Kirby silk bg AUSSIE RULES (USA) 123 - ROHAIN (IRE) SINGSPIEL (IRE) 133 J: Adam Kirby
T: William Knight
Age: 5 Wgt: 9-8 Eq: (s)
William Knight (s)
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has kept some exalted company this year and was readily put in his place in a more truly-run race than the ones he's encountered on his last couple of runs; raced off the pace, not quicken over 3f out, faded from 2f out.
off pace, not quicken over 3f out, faded from 2f out
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10 (4) 10 (4) Pat Dobbs silk nk 5. EYE OF THE STORM (IRE) 5. EYE OF THE STORM (IRE) +11 <
95
+1 > 57 Pat Dobbs 5 9-8 10/111 10/111
Pat Dobbs silk chg GALILEO (IRE) 134 - MOHICAN PRINCESS - SHIRLEY HEIGHTS 130 J: Pat Dobbs
T: Amanda Perrett
Age: 5 Wgt: 9-8
Amanda Perrett
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beaten by more than the step back up in grade, just not in the same form as when winning a Sandown listed race last time; slowly into stride, in rear, effort 3f out, made no impression, not knocked about.
slowly away, rear, effort 3f out, no impression
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11 (2) 11 (2) Paul Hanagan silk 2. ANGEL GABRIAL (IRE) 2. ANGEL GABRIAL (IRE) +17 <
89
-15 > 51 Paul Hanagan 6 9-8 16/117 16/117
Paul Hanagan silk bg HURRICANE RUN (IRE) 134 - CAUSEWAY SONG (USA) GIANT'S CAUSEWAY (USA) 132 J: Paul Hanagan
T: Richard Fahey
Age: 6 Wgt: 9-8
Richard Fahey
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was up against it in this grade, but, just as he had in last year's renewal, simply ran below form; mid-division, shaken up early in straight, lost place approaching 2f out and not persevered with once held.
mid-division, shaken up early in straight, lost place approaching 2f out
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Non Runners: SCOTLAND (GER).

Winning Owner: W. J. and T. C. O. Gredley

Time: 3m 24.85s

Overrounds: Industry SP 119%, Betfair SP 101.6%

A competitive renewal of this Group 2 staying prize which produced an absorbing finish fought out by a trio of up-and-comers, Big Orange game in fending off one graduating from top-end handicaps, with the penalised Ascot Gold Cup winner back in third, and in a division which looks wide open this may serve as something of a changing of the guard so far as the British ranks are concerned, the profiles of those involved suggesting they could well prove forces to be reckoned with for a while yet; although it didn't stop the cream rising to the top, the pace wasn't exactly true, and as such Trip To Paris did even better than the bare margins suggest, whilst the proximity of the pace-setting 3-y-o Vive Ma Fille does raise some doubts over what the exact merits of this form are.

BIG ORANGE has put his stuttering start to the campaign well and truly behind him, belatedly building on all that he'd promised last year, first-time cheekpieces kick starting things in the Princess of Wales's Stakes last time, and whilst he didn't necessarily need to build on that performance, it was encouraging to see him cement his return to form back up in trip, albeit in another race in which he was well positioned, not that he should be crabbed unduly, especially given the level of tenacity he displayed to overhaul another up-and-comer; broke well and soon across to lead early, content to track Vive Ma Fille when she went on after 3f, travelled well and engaged the runner-up from 3f out, finding plenty to nose ahead late on, needing to give his all to maintain the narrow advantage; has a range of options open to him having already showcased his versatility with regards trip and ground, and whilst he looks worth his chance at the highest level, connections were quick to nominate this year's Melbourne Cup as his main target.

QUEST FOR MORE (IRE) may have done little but progress right throughout his career, but has really taken things up a notch this season, making a seamless transition from high-end handicap player to Group-class performer, finding only another that's thriving too good having been similarly well placed as that rival; tracked pace, travelled smoothly, challenged from around 3f out, immediately tackled by Big Orange, did all he could to repel that rival, digging in once headed in the closing stages, going down fighting; as one of the up-and-comers in this division he'll command the utmost respect wherever he turns up next, the Lonsdale Cup at York in a months time an obvious next port of call.

TRIP TO PARIS (IRE) added another superb effort to an already remarkable seasonal tally, emerging best at the weights having to concede at least 4 lb all round, this an even better performance than at Ascot despite less conducive circumstances, with the change of gear that propelled him into a winning position there not having quite the same potency back down in trip and in a race not truly run, deserving of extra credit for coming from further back to really lay it down to the front 2; mid-field, steady headway from early in straight, challenged approaching last ½f, hung right, then left but still closed all the way to the line; connections are reportedly keen to have a crack at the Melbourne Cup later in the year, and given how his season has gone so far that doesn't seem especially overambitious, and should they meet again there, he may prove capable of reversing the form with the winner granted a more level playing field.

PALLASATOR attracted support and duly returned to form 3 months on from a very disappointing reappearance, this bang up there with the pick of his efforts despite the fact he seemed ill at ease on this course and wasn't as well placed as the trio that beat him; soon steadied, ridden 2f out, headway when edged right approaching final 1f, kept on, never nearer.

VIVE MA FILLE (GER) may have been receiving at least 20 lb from each of her rivals, by virtue of being the only filly and Classic generation representative in the field, but still ran an absolute screamer upped in grade, eligible for handicaps from a BHA mark of just 87 prior to this, though she did have the advantage of setting something of a false pace, surely flattered to some degree, though exactly how much remains to be seen; tracked pace initially but went on after 3f, headed around 3f out, one paced.

SHEIKHZAYEDROAD soon back to form, got much closer to the winner than he had in the Princess of Wales's Stakes last time despite being left with a lot to do when the race began to develop, the impression there that he'd have finished even closer still if he'd kept straight at the business end, the way he saw this out suggesting he's worth persevering with at this trip, though the nature of this course did rather bring his own idiosyncrasies to the fore; dropped out, effort over 2f out, persistently hung right approaching final 1f, ran on late once just about straightened out, by which point the damage was already done.

ORIENTAL FOX (GER) backed up his Queen Alexandra romp and more, but simply found this calibre of opposition too hot; held up, ridden 3f out, headway when hung right under 2f out, effort flattened out.

SIMENON (IRE) ran one of his lesser races making his second appearance in this event, the first having come back in 2012, though the odd off day is that bit more excusable at this stage of his career; mid-field, effort 3f out, edged right over 1f out, no extra soon after.

AUSSIE REIGNS (IRE) has kept some exalted company this year and was readily put in his place in a more truly-run race than the ones he's encountered on his last couple of runs; raced off the pace, not quicken over 3f out, faded from 2f out.

EYE OF THE STORM (IRE) beaten by more than the step back up in grade, just not in the same form as when winning a Sandown listed race last time; slowly into stride, in rear, effort 3f out, made no impression, not knocked about.

ANGEL GABRIAL (IRE) was up against it in this grade, but, just as he had in last year's renewal, simply ran below form; mid-division, shaken up early in straight, lost place approaching 2f out and not persevered with once held.