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HAYDOCK PARK 15:50

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15:50 Saturday 06 September 2014

BETFRED SPRINT CUP (Group 1) (1)

Distance : 6f
Prize : £273,000 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 (10) 1 (10) Daniel Tudhope silk 16. G FORCE (IRE) 16. G FORCE (IRE) -5 <
123+
-35 > 111 Daniel Tudhope 3 9-1 11/112 11/112
Daniel Tudhope silk bg TAMAYUZ 126 - FLANDERS (IRE) 110 COMMON GROUNDS 118 J: Daniel Tudhope
T: David O'Meara
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-1
David O'Meara
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has kept on improving right the way through this first full season in training and built on the promise of his unlucky-in-running sixth in the Nunthorpe as he gained a first Group 1 success with a high-class performance, suited by stepping up from 5f for the first time since his debut, this more his ideal trip for all that he's effective at the minimum; held up, travelled strongly, had to pick way through over 1f out but burst between horses to get into a challenging position, edged right inside final 1f across to Gordon Lord Byron, led final 50 yds and kept on well to assert; there could be even better performances to come, still young and lightly raced, and he's unexposed at 6f too, keeping to this trip for the Champions Day sprint the most obvious end-of-season target.
held up, weaved through over 1f out, edged right inside final 1f, led final 50 yds, kept on well
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2 (18) 2 (18) W. M. Lordan silk ¾ 5. GORDON LORD BYRON (IRE) 5. GORDON LORD BYRON (IRE) -2 <
121
-6 > 108 W. M. Lordan 6 9-3 6/17 6/17
W. M. Lordan silk bg BYRON 117 - BOA ESTRELA (IRE) INTIKHAB (USA) 135 J: W. M. Lordan
T: T. Hogan, Ireland
Age: 6 Wgt: 9-3
T. Hogan, Ireland
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had a mid-season lull but confirmed that he's back firing again now, unable to repeat last year's win in this race but not far off his very best in performance terms, beaten only by the up-and-comer of the sprint scene in G Force; raced stand side, close up, led under pressure over 1f out, headed final 50 yds, kept on but held towards finish; he's finished first and second in the last two renewals of the Foret on Arc weekend and ought to run another big race at Longchamp this time around.
close up, led under pressure over 1f out, headed final 50 yds, kept on
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3 (13) 3 (13) Dane O'Neill silk 8. MUSIC MASTER 8. MUSIC MASTER +1 <
117
-5 > 103 Dane O'Neill 4 9-3 15/28.5 15/28.5
Dane O'Neill silk b c PICCOLO 121 - TWILIGHT MISTRESS 84 BIN AJWAAD (IRE) 119 J: Dane O'Neill
T: Henry Candy
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-3
Henry Candy
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continued what has been an excellent season overall, in the frame in Group 1's either side of his Hackwood win, not having excuses this time like he had at Royal Ascot but certainly underlining that he can mix it with the best; tracked pace, travelled well, challenged over 1f out, one paced as front pair asserted well inside final 1f; he's proving very consistent and will continue to run well, set for more pattern success no doubt, and it still won't be a surprise if he does pull out a bigger performance at some stage.
chased leaders, challenged over 1f out, one paced
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4 (9) 4 (9) Richard Hughes silk ½ 11. SOLE POWER 11. SOLE POWER +6 <
116
-3 > 102 Richard Hughes 7 9-3 5/23.5f 5/23.5f
Richard Hughes silk brg KYLLACHY 129 - DEMERGER (USA) DISTANT VIEW (USA) 126 J: Richard Hughes
T: Edward Lynam, Ireland
Age: 7 Wgt: 9-3
Edward Lynam, Ireland
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remains in form and would have finished closer with a clear passage, but it only cost him third place and he is a stronger force at 5f, when his turn of foot is most potent; dropped out, went with enthusiasm, headway when not clear run over 1f out, ran on but was hardly closing fast at the finish; set for a return to 5f in the sprint on Irish Champions Day in a couple of weeks and will be the one to beat there ground permitting.
behind, headway when not clear run over 1f out, ran on
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5 (16) 5 (16) Oisin Murphy silk 9. PEARL SECRET 9. PEARL SECRET +1 <
111
-1 > 96 Oisin Murphy 5 9-3 33/134 33/134
Oisin Murphy silk chh COMPTON PLACE 125 - OUR LITTLE SECRET (IRE) 104 ROSSINI (USA) 118 J: Oisin Murphy
T: David Barron
Age: 5 Wgt: 9-3
David Barron
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wasn't disgraced by any means, fifth in a big-field Group 1, and would probably have seen things out more strongly if he'd have settled better on this first try at 6f; mid-division, raced freely, chased leaders over 1f out, effort flattened out inside final 1f as early efforts told.
mid-division, chased leaders over 1f out, not sustain effort
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6 (8) 6 (8) Adam Kirby silk ½ 4. ES QUE LOVE (IRE) 4. ES QUE LOVE (IRE) +9 <
109
+6 > 94 Adam Kirby 5 9-3 20/121 20/121
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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got much more involved than when tried in the two Group 1 sprints at Royal Ascot, running respectably, but essentially not quite up to this level; held up, progress over 1f out, kept on, no match for principals.
held up, progress over 1f out, kept on
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7 (2) 7 (2) Graham Gibbons silk ½ 2. CASPAR NETSCHER 2. CASPAR NETSCHER -5 <
108+
+1 > 92 Graham Gibbons 5 9-3 100/1101 100/1101
Graham Gibbons silk b h DUTCH ART 126 - BELLA CANTATA SINGSPIEL (IRE) 133 J: Graham Gibbons
T: David Simcock
Age: 5 Wgt: 9-3
David Simcock
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seems to be gradually working his way back this season, going with plenty of spark here, and wasn't ideally placed down the middle of the track, isolated from the principals; chased leaders towards centre, went with enthusiasm, close up over 1f out, one paced.
chased leaders, close up over 1f out, one paced
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8 (4) 8 (4) George Baker silk ¾ 1. BACCARAT (IRE) 1. BACCARAT (IRE) +15 <
106+
-30 > 90 George Baker 5 9-3 9/110 9/110
George Baker silk chg DUTCH ART 126 - ZUT ALORS (IRE) 105 PIVOTAL 124 J: George Baker
T: Richard Fahey
Age: 5 Wgt: 9-3
Richard Fahey
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should be up to competing in Group races judging by big handicap performance it took to win the Wokingham and will perhaps be sharper for this first start in 11 weeks, not disgraced anyway, especially as he wasn't ideally placed down the centre of the track, not quickening when driven over 1f out but holding his position having raced in touch.
in touch, under pressure over 1f out, not quicken
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9 (1) 9 (1) Ben Curtis silk nk 3. DINKUM DIAMOND (IRE) 3. DINKUM DIAMOND (IRE) -3 <
106+
-9 > 89 Ben Curtis 6 9-3 100/1101 100/1101
Ben Curtis silk bg AUSSIE RULES (USA) 123 - MOVING DIAMONDS 70 LOMITAS 129 J: Ben Curtis
T: Henry Candy
Age: 6 Wgt: 9-3
Henry Candy
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was flying too high in this grade but shaped as if still in form at least; prominent, shaken up over 2f out, faded inside final 1f.
prominent, shaken up over 2f out, faded inside final 1f
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10 (3) 10 (3) Declan McDonogh silk hd 6. MAAREK 6. MAAREK -1 <
105+
+7 > 89 Declan McDonogh 7 9-3 25/126 25/126
Declan McDonogh silk bg PIVOTAL 124 - RUBY ROCKET (IRE) 113 INDIAN ROCKET 115 J: Declan McDonogh
T: Miss Evanna McCutcheon, Ireland
Age: 7 Wgt: 9-3
Miss Evanna McCutcheon, Ireland
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is operating below best at present, though did have some excuse for another rather laboured effort, worked up in the stalls beforehand, no surprise he was then slowly into stride, going with little fluency and merely plugging on without landing a blow.
slowly away, never on terms
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11 (14) 11 (14) Amy Ryan silk nk 13. ASTAIRE (IRE) 13. ASTAIRE (IRE) +8 <
105
+4 > 89 Amy Ryan 3 9-1 50/151 50/151
Amy Ryan silk b c INTENSE FOCUS (USA) 117 - RUNWAY DANCER DANSILI 127 J: Amy Ryan
T: Kevin Ryan
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-1
Kevin Ryan
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again ran below form and needs his sights lowering after contesting 4 consecutive Group 1 sprints; close up, dropped away approaching final 1f.
close up, dropped away approaching final 1f
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12 (6) 12 (6) Joseph O'Brien silk ¾ 14. COUGAR MOUNTAIN (IRE) 14. COUGAR MOUNTAIN (IRE) +14 <
103
-7 > 86 Joseph O'Brien 3 9-1 9/110 9/110
Joseph O'Brien silk bc FASTNET ROCK (AUS) 127 - DESCANT (USA) NUREYEV (USA) 131 J: Joseph O'Brien
T: Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-1
Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
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failed to build on the promise of his July Cup/Nunthorpe runs, back at 6f too, but still has time on his side and could easily improve next year, perhaps with his sights lowered first before building back up to this level; mid-division, outpaced approaching final 1f, made little impression.
mid-division, outpaced approaching final 1f, little impression
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13 (15) 13 (15) C. D. Hayes silk 10. PROFESSOR 10. PROFESSOR +5 <
99+
+6 > 82 C. D. Hayes 4 9-3 33/134 33/134
C. D. Hayes silk chg BYRON 117 - JUBILEE 66 SELKIRK (USA) 129 J: C. D. Hayes
T: Richard Hannon
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-3
Richard Hannon
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was basically out of his depth; prominent, lost place over 2f out, held when hampered inside final 1f, no extra.
prominent, lost place over 2f out, held when hampered inside final 1f, no extra
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14 (12) 14 (12) Robert Winston silk ¾ 12. TROPICS (USA) 12. TROPICS (USA) +21 <
97
+14 > 79 Robert Winston 6 9-3 9/110 9/110
Robert Winston silk chg SPEIGHTSTOWN (USA) 124 - TAJ AIRE (USA) TAJ ALRIYADH (USA) J: Robert Winston
T: Dean Ivory
Age: 6 Wgt: 9-3
Dean Ivory
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disappointed but was just too keen for his own good; tracked pace, raced too freely, chased leaders over 1f out, folded.
chased leaders, pulled hard, chased leaders over 1f out, weakened
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15 (7) 15 (7) Pat Smullen silk 15. EXTORTIONIST (IRE) 15. EXTORTIONIST (IRE) +29 <
91
+12 > 72 Pat Smullen 3 9-1 20/121 20/121
Pat Smullen silk b c DANDY MAN (IRE) 123 - DREAM DATE (IRE) 78 OASIS DREAM 129 J: Pat Smullen
T: Olly Stevens
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-1
Olly Stevens
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easy to put a line through this run, barely having a race; dropped out, denied a run after 2f out, made no impression but wasn't given at all a hard time.
behind, not clear run after 2f out, no impression
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16 (17) 16 (17) Jamie Spencer silk nk 17. HOT STREAK (IRE) 17. HOT STREAK (IRE) +27 <
91
+20 > 72 Jamie Spencer 3 9-1 20/121 20/121
Jamie Spencer silk chc IFFRAAJ 127 - ASHIRAH (USA) HOUSEBUSTER (USA) J: Jamie Spencer
T: Kevin Ryan
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-1
Kevin Ryan
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ran one of lesser races, more to it than the step back up to 6f not suiting; led, joined 2f out, weakened.
led, joined 2f out, weakened
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17 (11) 17 (11) Paul Mulrennan silk 7. MOVIESTA (USA) 7. MOVIESTA (USA) +32 <
87+
+31 > 67 Paul Mulrennan 4 9-3 25/126 25/126
Paul Mulrennan silk bg HARD SPUN (USA) 124 - MISS BRICKYARD (USA) A P INDY (USA) 131 J: Paul Mulrennan
T: Bryan Smart
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-3
Bryan Smart
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is better judged on previous form; chased leaders, pushed along over 2f out, hampered over 1f out, soon beaten, eased off.
chased leaders, pushed along over 2f out, hampered over 1f out, soon beaten, eased
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All 17 ran.

Winning Owner: Middleham Park Racing XVIII & Partner

Time: 1m 12.95s

Overrounds: Industry SP 125%, Betfair SP 99.9%

There was a maximum field of 17 for the 2014 Sprint Cup but quite a few were just making up the numbers and it's a shame there was no Slade Power, who'd dominated the 6f scene earlier in the season; there were still other Group 1 winners amongst them, though, 4 of them in total, including 2013 winner Gordon Lord Byron, and his presence in second place behind the improving G Force gives the form a very solid look, whilst third-placed Music Master also hit the frame in the Diamond Jubilee back in June; for a top sprint there was a lack of pacesetters in the field and they didn't go that hard early, although the winner managed to come from towards the rear to suggest no major pace bias; they raced as one group middle-to-stand side and, whilst not overly significant, those on the flank down the centre looked at a slight disadvantage and deserve a small mark up.

G FORCE (IRE) has kept on improving right the way through this first full season in training and built on the promise of his unlucky-in-running sixth in the Nunthorpe as he gained a first Group 1 success with a high-class performance, suited by stepping up from 5f for the first time since his debut, this more his ideal trip for all that he's effective at the minimum; held up, travelled strongly, had to pick way through over 1f out but burst between horses to get into a challenging position, edged right inside final 1f across to Gordon Lord Byron, led final 50 yds and kept on well to assert; there could be even better performances to come, still young and lightly raced, and he's unexposed at 6f too, keeping to this trip for the Champions Day sprint the most obvious end-of-season target.

GORDON LORD BYRON (IRE) had a mid-season lull but confirmed that he's back firing again now, unable to repeat last year's win in this race but not far off his very best in performance terms, beaten only by the up-and-comer of the sprint scene in G Force; raced stand side, close up, led under pressure over 1f out, headed final 50 yds, kept on but held towards finish; he's finished first and second in the last two renewals of the Foret on Arc weekend and ought to run another big race at Longchamp this time around.

MUSIC MASTER continued what has been an excellent season overall, in the frame in Group 1's either side of his Hackwood win, not having excuses this time like he had at Royal Ascot but certainly underlining that he can mix it with the best; tracked pace, travelled well, challenged over 1f out, one paced as front pair asserted well inside final 1f; he's proving very consistent and will continue to run well, set for more pattern success no doubt, and it still won't be a surprise if he does pull out a bigger performance at some stage.

SOLE POWER remains in form and would have finished closer with a clear passage, but it only cost him third place and he is a stronger force at 5f, when his turn of foot is most potent; dropped out, went with enthusiasm, headway when not clear run over 1f out, ran on but was hardly closing fast at the finish; set for a return to 5f in the sprint on Irish Champions Day in a couple of weeks and will be the one to beat there ground permitting.

PEARL SECRET wasn't disgraced by any means, fifth in a big-field Group 1, and would probably have seen things out more strongly if he'd have settled better on this first try at 6f; mid-division, raced freely, chased leaders over 1f out, effort flattened out inside final 1f as early efforts told.

ES QUE LOVE (IRE) got much more involved than when tried in the two Group 1 sprints at Royal Ascot, running respectably, but essentially not quite up to this level; held up, progress over 1f out, kept on, no match for principals.

CASPAR NETSCHER seems to be gradually working his way back this season, going with plenty of spark here, and wasn't ideally placed down the middle of the track, isolated from the principals; chased leaders towards centre, went with enthusiasm, close up over 1f out, one paced.

BACCARAT (IRE) should be up to competing in Group races judging by big handicap performance it took to win the Wokingham and will perhaps be sharper for this first start in 11 weeks, not disgraced anyway, especially as he wasn't ideally placed down the centre of the track, not quickening when driven over 1f out but holding his position having raced in touch.

DINKUM DIAMOND (IRE) was flying too high in this grade but shaped as if still in form at least; prominent, shaken up over 2f out, faded inside final 1f.

MAAREK is operating below best at present, though did have some excuse for another rather laboured effort, worked up in the stalls beforehand, no surprise he was then slowly into stride, going with little fluency and merely plugging on without landing a blow.

ASTAIRE (IRE) again ran below form and needs his sights lowering after contesting 4 consecutive Group 1 sprints; close up, dropped away approaching final 1f.

COUGAR MOUNTAIN (IRE) failed to build on the promise of his July Cup/Nunthorpe runs, back at 6f too, but still has time on his side and could easily improve next year, perhaps with his sights lowered first before building back up to this level; mid-division, outpaced approaching final 1f, made little impression.

PROFESSOR was basically out of his depth; prominent, lost place over 2f out, held when hampered inside final 1f, no extra.

TROPICS (USA) disappointed but was just too keen for his own good; tracked pace, raced too freely, chased leaders over 1f out, folded.

EXTORTIONIST (IRE) easy to put a line through this run, barely having a race; dropped out, denied a run after 2f out, made no impression but wasn't given at all a hard time.

HOT STREAK (IRE) ran one of lesser races, more to it than the step back up to 6f not suiting; led, joined 2f out, weakened.

MOVIESTA (USA) is better judged on previous form; chased leaders, pushed along over 2f out, hampered over 1f out, soon beaten, eased off.