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NEWBURY 0330

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AYR

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LINGFIELD PARK

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YARMOUTH

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KEMPTON PARK

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SOUTHWELL

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WEXFORD

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3:30 Saturday 20 May 2017

AL SHAQAB LOCKINGE STAKES (Group 1) (1)

Distance : 1m (Str)
Prize : £198,485 Age : 4yo+ Race Type : Flat Surface : Turf Going : Soft
Race Type : Flat Surface : Turf
Show Pedigree
Show Race Reports
Show Running Notes
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) RIBCHESTER (IRE) RIBCHESTER (IRE) -10 <
131
117 William Buick 4 9-0 7/42.75f 7/42.75f BSP
bc IFFRAAJ 127 - MUJARAH (IRE) 59p MARJU (IRE) 127 J: William Buick
T: Richard Fahey
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-0
Richard Fahey
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confirmed what he'd suggested for nine-tenths of the 9f Dubai Turf, that he's pushed the bar up yet again this year, coping well with the conditions and showing a different dimension with the unexpected change of tactics; dictated, travelled well, quickened over 2f out, hung right, ridden over 1f out, kept on well, well on top finish; he had certain advantages on the day, and the Lockinge sometimes isn't the gateway it looks, but equally this top-class performance from Ribchester hardly came out of the blue, given his career trajectory, making him the best miler in Europe for now and the one to beat in the Queen Anne at Royal Ascot, where he won last year's Jersey; he'll provide a stern test for the 3-y-os in the second half of the season, that generational clash between him and Churchill and co something to look forward to.
dictated, quickened over 2f out, hung right, ridden over 1f out, kept on well, well on top
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2 (4) LIGHTNING SPEAR LIGHTNING SPEAR +6 <
119
108 Oisin Murphy 6 9-0 9/25.5 9/25.5 BSP
chh PIVOTAL 124 - ATLANTIC DESTINY (IRE) 99+ ROYAL ACADEMY (USA) 130 J: Oisin Murphy
T: David Simcock
Age: 6 Wgt: 9-0
David Simcock
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shaped as if retaining all ability after 7 months off, the tactics a little less one dimensional than usual and all the better for it, ridden closer to the pace and able to put in a challenge as a result; slowly into stride, in touch, effort over 2f out, chased leader over 1f out, not quicken well inside final 1f.
slowly away, in touch, effort over 2f out, chased leader over 1f out, not quicken well inside final 1f
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3 (9) BRETON ROCK (IRE) BRETON ROCK (IRE) -16 <
113
101 Andrea Atzeni 7 9-0 25/126 25/126 BSP
bg BAHAMIAN BOUNTY 116 - ANNA'S ROCK (IRE) 106 ROCK OF GIBRALTAR (IRE) 133 J: Andrea Atzeni
T: David Simcock
Age: 7 Wgt: 9-0
David Simcock
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ran well after 7 months off, this just about the best of his 3 efforts at Group 1 company, usually plying his trade below this level; held up, kept on well over 1f out, took third well inside final 1f.
held up, kept on well over 1f out, took third well inside final 1f
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4 (1) ¾ SOMEHOW (IRE) SOMEHOW (IRE) +11 <
107
96 Ryan Moore 4 8-11 10/34.33 10/34.33 BSP
bf FASTNET ROCK (AUS) 127 - ALEXANDROVA (IRE) 123 SADLER'S WELLS (USA) 132 J: Ryan Moore
T: Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
Age: 4 Wgt: 8-11 Eq: (v)
Aidan O'Brien, Ireland (v)
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had looked to be thriving on racing, but just wasn't in the same form as last time, though this was a tougher test, not going from an early stage; raced off the pace, off the bridle before most, kept on over 1f out, never on terms.
off pace, kept on over 1f out, never on terms
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5 (7) 3 GALILEO GOLD GALILEO GOLD +9 <
103
92 Frankie Dettori 4 9-0 9/25.5 9/25.5 BSP
chc PACO BOY (IRE) 129 - GALICUIX - GALILEO (IRE) 134 J: Frankie Dettori
T: Hugo Palmer
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-0
Hugo Palmer
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easy to back, was below form after 7 months off, coming off worse against Ribchester for the third successive time in their 5 clashes to date, already with a little bit to prove and now with more, his keenness a concern on his most recent starts, perhaps more in need of a pacemaker than the winner (perhaps worth trying in a hood); disputed lead, not settle fully, switched to race apart after 2f, ridden over 2f out, hung left, soon beaten.
disputed lead, switched after 2f, ridden over 2f out, hung left, soon beaten
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6 (2) 3 ACLAIM (IRE) ACLAIM (IRE) +28 <
93?
84 Jamie Spencer 4 9-0 9/110 9/110 BSP
bc ACCLAMATION 118 - ARIS (IRE) 94 DANROAD (AUS) 112 J: Jamie Spencer
T: Martyn Meade
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-0 Eq: (t)
Martyn Meade (t)
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was below form after 8 months off, stepping up to Group 1 company, not up to the task at this stage, though he may prove stretched by 1m under these conditions anyway; held up, effort 3f out, made no impression.
held up, effort 3f out, no impression
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7 (3) ¾ MITCHUM SWAGGER MITCHUM SWAGGER +19 <
91
83 Tom Queally 5 9-0 25/126 25/126 BSP
bg PACO BOY (IRE) 129 - DONT DILI DALI 102 DANSILI 127 J: Tom Queally
T: David Lanigan
Age: 5 Wgt: 9-0
David Lanigan
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duly took up his entry here on the back of his fairly encouraging return, but he simply wasn't up to the task; chased leader, ridden over 2f out, weakened over 1f out.
chased leader, ridden over 2f out, weakened over 1f out
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8 (8) TOSCANINI (IRE) TOSCANINI (IRE) +32 <
79
71 Paul Hanagan 5 9-0 50/151 50/151 BSP
bg SHAMARDAL (USA) 129 - TUZLA (FR) 121 PANORAMIC 120 J: Paul Hanagan
T: Richard Fahey
Age: 5 Wgt: 9-0
Richard Fahey
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easy to put a line through this run, walking out of the stalls, his chance, slim as it was, gone; very slowly away, always behind, not knocked about; he's entered in the same trio of Group 1s as the winner, though whether his services as pacemaker will be required in future is open to doubt.
very slowly away, always behind
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Non Runners: DUTCH CONNECTION

Winning Owner: Godolphin

Time: 1m 43s Closing Sectional: (4.00f): 51.70s (99.6%)

A trio of bona fide Group 1 milers and a filly at the top of her game made for a quartet of plausible candidates for the first Group 1 for older milers in Britain this year, the pair of that quartet reappearing both looking well forward and with no excuse for fitness or ground, and though a couple of the big guns failed to fire the winner still deserves crediting with a bit of improvement; tactically it was a race that puzzled considerably, a presumed pacemaker that had never missed the break in 23 previous races asleep in the stalls, while the favourite, who had never previously made the running, was sharp away and soon in front, no indication that the pacemaker was missed.

RIBCHESTER (IRE) confirmed what he'd suggested for nine-tenths of the 9f Dubai Turf, that he's pushed the bar up yet again this year, coping well with the conditions and showing a different dimension with the unexpected change of tactics; dictated, travelled well, quickened over 2f out, hung right, ridden over 1f out, kept on well, well on top finish; he had certain advantages on the day, and the Lockinge sometimes isn't the gateway it looks, but equally this top-class performance from Ribchester hardly came out of the blue, given his career trajectory, making him the best miler in Europe for now and the one to beat in the Queen Anne at Royal Ascot, where he won last year's Jersey; he'll provide a stern test for the 3-y-os in the second half of the season, that generational clash between him and Churchill and co something to look forward to.

LIGHTNING SPEAR shaped as if retaining all ability after 7 months off, the tactics a little less one dimensional than usual and all the better for it, ridden closer to the pace and able to put in a challenge as a result; slowly into stride, in touch, effort over 2f out, chased leader over 1f out, not quicken well inside final 1f.

BRETON ROCK (IRE) ran well after 7 months off, this just about the best of his 3 efforts at Group 1 company, usually plying his trade below this level; held up, kept on well over 1f out, took third well inside final 1f.

SOMEHOW (IRE) had looked to be thriving on racing, but just wasn't in the same form as last time, though this was a tougher test, not going from an early stage; raced off the pace, off the bridle before most, kept on over 1f out, never on terms.

GALILEO GOLD easy to back, was below form after 7 months off, coming off worse against Ribchester for the third successive time in their 5 clashes to date, already with a little bit to prove and now with more, his keenness a concern on his most recent starts, perhaps more in need of a pacemaker than the winner (perhaps worth trying in a hood); disputed lead, not settle fully, switched to race apart after 2f, ridden over 2f out, hung left, soon beaten.

ACLAIM (IRE) was below form after 8 months off, stepping up to Group 1 company, not up to the task at this stage, though he may prove stretched by 1m under these conditions anyway; held up, effort 3f out, made no impression.

MITCHUM SWAGGER duly took up his entry here on the back of his fairly encouraging return, but he simply wasn't up to the task; chased leader, ridden over 2f out, weakened over 1f out.

TOSCANINI (IRE) easy to put a line through this run, walking out of the stalls, his chance, slim as it was, gone; very slowly away, always behind, not knocked about; he's entered in the same trio of Group 1s as the winner, though whether his services as pacemaker will be required in future is open to doubt.