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LINGFIELD PARK 15:45

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15:45 Friday 03 April 2015

CORAL EASTER CLASSIC ALL-WEATHER MIDDLE DISTANCE CHAMPIONSHIPS CONDITIONS STAKES (2)

Distance : 1m 2f
Prize : £200,000 Age : 4yo+ Race Type : Flat Surface : Artificial Going : Fast
Race Type : Flat Surface : Artificial
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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 (4) 1 (4) William Buick silk 8. TRYSTER (IRE) 8. TRYSTER (IRE) +4 <
p112+
-13 > 30 William Buick 4 9-5 1/21.5f 1/21.5f
William Buick silk bg SHAMARDAL (USA) 129 - MIN ALHAWA (USA) 108 RIVERMAN (USA) 131 J: William Buick
T: Charlie Appleby
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-5
Charlie Appleby
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put up the kind of performance rarely seen on the AW as he completed the 5-timer, if not on the bare figures then certainly from a visual/sectional ratings perspective, looking every inch a high-class performer in the making; waited with, took keen hold/tanked along, forced wider than ideal home turn, still around 5/6 lengths adrift approaching final 1f, quickened sharply to lead final 50 yds, impressive; has swept all before him this winter but combination of high cruising speed and potent turn of foot will remain a weapon as he works his way through the ranks, no obvious reason why he won't be able to transate this level of form back to turf.
held up, forced wide home turn, led final 50 yds, easily
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2 (5) 2 (5) Jim Crowley silk ¾ 1. COMPLICIT (IRE) 1. COMPLICIT (IRE) +4 <
p110
0 > 29 Jim Crowley 4 9-5 5/16 5/16
Jim Crowley silk bg CAPTAIN RIO 122 - MOLOMO 104 BARATHEA (IRE) 127 J: Jim Crowley
T: Paul Cole
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-5
Paul Cole
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ran to similar level as in the Winter Derby over this C&D, the run of the race enabling him to turn the tables on Grendisar, but again no match for Tryster despite getting first run, no shame given where that one is headed; dictated, took keen hold, quickened 3f out and poached advantage, kept on well but no match for winner inside final 1f; on the downside, he's yet to fully prove his effectiveness away from artificial surfaces.
led, quickened 3f out, kept on well, headed final ½f
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3 (2) 3 (2) Martin Harley silk 3. GRENDISAR (IRE) 3. GRENDISAR (IRE) +6 <
p107+
-9 > 25 Martin Harley 5 9-5 4/15 4/15
Martin Harley silk bh INVINCIBLE SPIRIT (IRE) 121 - REMARKABLE STORY - MARK OF ESTEEM (IRE) 137 J: Martin Harley
T: Marco Botti
Age: 5 Wgt: 9-5 Eq: (s)
Marco Botti (s)
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almost certainly remains at the top of his game, just not seen to full effect the way this race unfolded, and has certainly turned over a new leaf this winter; held up, typically travelled well, began move from the back from around same position as winner, though wasn't forced wide, kept on straight, never nearer; has been campaigned almost exclusively on AW to date, his running style ideally suited to the surface, so may now be put away until next winter.
held up, kept on straight, never nearer
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4 (7) 4 (7) C. D. Hayes silk 1 6. SHALAMAN (IRE) 6. SHALAMAN (IRE) -4 <
p105
-9 > 23 C. D. Hayes 6 9-5 16/117 16/117
C. D. Hayes silk bg ORATORIO (IRE) 128 - SHALAMA (IRE) 91p KAHYASI 130 J: C. D. Hayes
T: Matthew J. Smith, Ireland
Age: 6 Wgt: 9-5 Eq: (s+t)
Matthew J. Smith, Ireland (s+t)
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may have come into this at the top of his game, but the percentage call is that he's flattered by his proximity to the principals in this case, a pedastrian early gallop to blame; mid-field, shaken up home turn, kept on; future prospects depend on the handicapper.
mid-field, shaken up home turn, kept on
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5 (8) 5 (8) Ryan Moore silk ½ 7. SOLAR DEITY (IRE) 7. SOLAR DEITY (IRE) +4 <
p104
0 > 23 Ryan Moore 6 9-5 8/19 8/19
Ryan Moore silk bh EXCEED AND EXCEL (AUS) 126 - DAWN RAID (IRE) 94 DOCKSIDER (USA) 124 J: Ryan Moore
T: Marco Botti
Age: 6 Wgt: 9-5
Marco Botti
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after just 6 days off, was again below his best, and not for the first time left the impression he has underlying temperament issues, acknowledging this steadily-run affair wouldn't have suited; close up, effort over 2f out, not quicken and carried head awkwardly; could prove hard to place in the short term.
close up, effort over 2f out, not quicken
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6 (1) 6 (1) Tom Queally silk nk 5. REBELLIOUS GUEST 5. REBELLIOUS GUEST -9 <
p103?
-57 > 22 Tom Queally 6 9-5 25/126 25/126
Tom Queally silk b g COCKNEY REBEL (IRE) 127 - MARISA (GER) DESERT SUN 120 J: Tom Queally
T: George Margarson
Age: 6 Wgt: 9-5
George Margarson
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was flying too high in this grade and is better judged on previous handicap form, the distance beaten here due largely to the steady gallop and a sound tactical ride, rather than any sudden upturn in form; prominent, driven when tempo increased, faded straight.
prominent, under pressure around 3f out, faded
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7 (3) 7 (3) Hector Crouch silk 2. GAELIC SILVER (FR) 2. GAELIC SILVER (FR) -10 <
p100?
-23 > 19 Hector Crouch 9 9-5 50/151 50/151
Hector Crouch silk bg LANDO (GER) 128 - GALATZA (FR) JOHANN QUATZ (FR) 120 J: Hector Crouch
T: Gary Moore
Age: 9 Wgt: 9-5
Gary Moore
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was flattered by his proximity, another who is better judged on previous form at a lesser level, those efforts suggesting he's just averagely weighted off a mark in the high 80s; prominent, pushed along home turn, weakened.
prominent, pushed along home turn, weakened
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8 (6) 8 (6) James Doyle silk nk 4. JACK OF DIAMONDS (IRE) 4. JACK OF DIAMONDS (IRE) -11 <
p99?
-34 > 18 James Doyle 6 9-5 33/134 33/134
James Doyle silk bg RED CLUBS (IRE) 125 - SAKKARA STAR (IRE) 94 MOZART (IRE) 131 J: James Doyle
T: Roger Teal
Age: 6 Wgt: 9-5
Roger Teal
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wasn't well placed when the sprint for home began, but the salient point is just that he was out of his depth; always behind, racing freely in early stages.
always behind
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All 8 ran.

Winning Owner: Godolphin

Time: 2m 8.6s Closing Sectional: (2.00f): 21.55s (119.4%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 129%, Betfair SP 100.5%

A pedestrian early gallop means this isn't form to take at face value, the runner-up seen to maximum effect and several down the field flattered by their proximity; the way things unfolded merely serve to paint the winner in an even better light however, Tryster overcoming a hold-up ride courtesy of an impressive turn of foot, the efforts of him and similarly promising stablemate Pretend earlier on the card helping to cement the positive impression created by the initiative of this AW Champions Day.

TRYSTER (IRE) put up the kind of performance rarely seen on the AW as he completed the 5-timer, if not on the bare figures then certainly from a visual/sectional ratings perspective, looking every inch a high-class performer in the making; waited with, took keen hold/tanked along, forced wider than ideal home turn, still around 5/6 lengths adrift approaching final 1f, quickened sharply to lead final 50 yds, impressive; has swept all before him this winter but combination of high cruising speed and potent turn of foot will remain a weapon as he works his way through the ranks, no obvious reason why he won't be able to transate this level of form back to turf.

COMPLICIT (IRE) ran to similar level as in the Winter Derby over this C&D, the run of the race enabling him to turn the tables on Grendisar, but again no match for Tryster despite getting first run, no shame given where that one is headed; dictated, took keen hold, quickened 3f out and poached advantage, kept on well but no match for winner inside final 1f; on the downside, he's yet to fully prove his effectiveness away from artificial surfaces.

GRENDISAR (IRE) almost certainly remains at the top of his game, just not seen to full effect the way this race unfolded, and has certainly turned over a new leaf this winter; held up, typically travelled well, began move from the back from around same position as winner, though wasn't forced wide, kept on straight, never nearer; has been campaigned almost exclusively on AW to date, his running style ideally suited to the surface, so may now be put away until next winter.

SHALAMAN (IRE) may have come into this at the top of his game, but the percentage call is that he's flattered by his proximity to the principals in this case, a pedastrian early gallop to blame; mid-field, shaken up home turn, kept on; future prospects depend on the handicapper.

SOLAR DEITY (IRE) after just 6 days off, was again below his best, and not for the first time left the impression he has underlying temperament issues, acknowledging this steadily-run affair wouldn't have suited; close up, effort over 2f out, not quicken and carried head awkwardly; could prove hard to place in the short term.

REBELLIOUS GUEST was flying too high in this grade and is better judged on previous handicap form, the distance beaten here due largely to the steady gallop and a sound tactical ride, rather than any sudden upturn in form; prominent, driven when tempo increased, faded straight.

GAELIC SILVER (FR) was flattered by his proximity, another who is better judged on previous form at a lesser level, those efforts suggesting he's just averagely weighted off a mark in the high 80s; prominent, pushed along home turn, weakened.

JACK OF DIAMONDS (IRE) wasn't well placed when the sprint for home began, but the salient point is just that he was out of his depth; always behind, racing freely in early stages.