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NEWMARKET (ROWLEY) 15:30

13:5014:2014:5515:3016:0516:4017:15
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15:30 Saturday 04 October 2014

KINGDOM OF BAHRAIN SUN CHARIOT STAKES (Group 1) (1)

Distance : 1m
Prize : £200,000 Age : 3yo+ Race Type : Flat Surface : Turf Going : Good
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 (8) 1 (8) Ryan Moore silk 2. INTEGRAL 2. INTEGRAL -7 <
121
> -41 75 Ryan Moore 4 9-3 7/24.5cf 7/24.5cf BSP
Ryan Moore silk b f DALAKHANI (IRE) 133 - ECHELON 120 DANEHILL (USA) 126 J: Ryan Moore
T: Sir Michael Stoute
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-3
Sir Michael Stoute
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was having just her fifth start when runner-up in this contest last year and has raised her game in the intervening period, the only blip since her reappearance coming when beaten by Esoterique in a muddling Prix Rothschild 8 weeks earlier (subsequently returned with a bruised foot), and she wasted no time getting back to her best, making all to record her second Group 1 victory; with no obvious pace setter she was sent to the front by Moore and allowed to dictate, quickening on demand when asked under 2f out, just edging to her right but keeping on well and always looking in control inside the final 1f; she was clearly seen to advantage on the day having enjoyed the run of the race, though it would be unfair to suggest she was flattered, Integral setting the standard in terms of overall achievement at this trip amongst her own sex this season; further success at the highest level appears likely, connections intimating that she will be kept in training as a 5-y-o.
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2 (6) 2 (6) Maxime Guyon silk 1 8. MISS FRANCE (IRE) 8. MISS FRANCE (IRE) -2 <
119
> -18 73 Maxime Guyon 3 9-0 7/24.5cf 7/24.5cf BSP
Maxime Guyon silk bf DANSILI 127 - MISS TAHITI (IRE) 114p TIROL 127 J: Maxime Guyon
T: A. Fabre, France
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-0
A. Fabre, France
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produced a career best returned to the scene of her 1000 Guineas triumph in May, faring best of the Andre Fabre-trained trio, a stronger pace sure to have been in her favour; always prominent, she was caught flat-footed when the pace quickened 2f out and, whilst sticking to her task, never really looked like clawing back the deficit; it remains to be seen whether she is persevered with at 4, though she would be well worth another try at 1¼m if that is the case.
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3 (3) 3 (3) Mickael Barzalona silk nk 5. FINTRY (IRE) 5. FINTRY (IRE) -2 <
119
> -19 72 Mickael Barzalona 3 9-0 7/24.5cf 7/24.5cf BSP
Mickael Barzalona silk bf SHAMARDAL (USA) 129 - CAMPSIE FELLS (UAE) 111 INDIAN RIDGE 123 J: Mickael Barzalona
T: A. Fabre, France
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-0
A. Fabre, France
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failed to complete the 4-timer following impressive wins in lesser pattern company, but acquitted herself well on her first crack at a Group 1, the experience unlikely to be lost on her; tracking the leader close up, she was shaken up under 2f out, running on under pressure but unable to find the change of gear required; remains unexposed and it would be no surprise to see her aimed at some of the top fillies races at the Dubai Carnival early next year.
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4 (2) 4 (2) Pierre-Charles Boudot silk 1. ESOTERIQUE (IRE) 1. ESOTERIQUE (IRE) +3 <
114+
> +2 68 Pierre-Charles Boudot 4 9-3 7/24.5cf 7/24.5cf BSP
Pierre-Charles Boudot silk bf DANEHILL DANCER (IRE) 117 - DIEVOTCHKA DANCING BRAVE (USA) 140 J: Pierre-Charles Boudot
T: A. Fabre, France
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-3
A. Fabre, France
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had beaten a below-par Integral (for the second time this season) when successful in the Prix Rothschild before shaping better than the bare result in the Moulin, and this was another case of her being unsuited by the way the race developed, the most inconvenienced of the principals by the lack of pace; racing in mid-division, she failed to settle fully, finding herself shuffled back as things began to unfold approaching the final 2f and never able to get on terms from that point on.
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5 (5) 5 (5) Jamie Spencer silk 7. KIYOSHI 7. KIYOSHI +4 <
106
> -6 61 Jamie Spencer 3 9-0 10/111 10/111 BSP
Jamie Spencer silk b f DUBAWI (IRE) 129 - MOCCA (IRE) 99 SRI PEKAN (USA) 117p J: Jamie Spencer
T: Charles Hills
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-0 Eq: (s)
Charles Hills (s)
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returned to form in first-time cheekpieces when winning a Group 3 over 7f at Doncaster last month, but this demanded considerably more and she wasn't up to the task; mid-division, effort over 1f out, not quicken, faded.
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6 (1) 6 (1) Richard Hughes silk 3. SKY LANTERN (IRE) 3. SKY LANTERN (IRE) -8 <
101
56 Richard Hughes 4 9-3 8/19 8/19 BSP
Richard Hughes silk gr or rof RED CLUBS (IRE) 125 - SHAWANNI 105 SHAREEF DANCER (USA) 135 J: Richard Hughes
T: Richard Hannon
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-3
Richard Hannon
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has had potential excuses since winning this race so impressively from Integral last year (would have benefited from a stronger pace here after 12 weeks off), though she essentially looks a shadow of her former self, only briefly threatening to get into contention having reverted to patient tactics, retirement surely beckoning.
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7 (7) 7 (7) William Buick silk 4. ETAAB (USA) 4. ETAAB (USA) +14 <
94
49 William Buick 3 9-0 25/126 25/126 BSP
William Buick silk bf STREET CRY (IRE) 130 - ETHAARA 106 GREEN DESERT (USA) 127 J: William Buick
T: William Haggas
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-0
William Haggas
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progressive at a lower level on fast ground this season, she had plenty to find in this grade and is best not judged on this performance, a poor position in a steadily-run affair compounding matters; dwelt, waited with, left behind over 1f out.
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Non Runners: J WONDER (USA).

Winning Owner: Cheveley Park Stud

Time: 1m 37.52s

With 4 of the 7 runners previously successful at Group-1 level this was a strong renewal of the Sun Chariot Stakes on paper and a real clash of the generations, the field containing the past 2 winners of the 1000 Guineas in the shape of Miss France and Sky Lantern, the former part of a 3-pronged raid from the yard of Andre Fabre and the latter attempting to reprise her victory over Integral in this contest 12 months earlier; in event, it turned into a tactical affair, Integral setting just a steady pace before quickening inside the final 2f and only needing to be kept up to her work to stave off the French challenge.

INTEGRAL was having just her fifth start when runner-up in this contest last year and has raised her game in the intervening period, the only blip since her reappearance coming when beaten by Esoterique in a muddling Prix Rothschild 8 weeks earlier (subsequently returned with a bruised foot), and she wasted no time getting back to her best, making all to record her second Group 1 victory; with no obvious pace setter she was sent to the front by Moore and allowed to dictate, quickening on demand when asked under 2f out, just edging to her right but keeping on well and always looking in control inside the final 1f; she was clearly seen to advantage on the day having enjoyed the run of the race, though it would be unfair to suggest she was flattered, Integral setting the standard in terms of overall achievement at this trip amongst her own sex this season; further success at the highest level appears likely, connections intimating that she will be kept in training as a 5-y-o.

MISS FRANCE (IRE) produced a career best returned to the scene of her 1000 Guineas triumph in May, faring best of the Andre Fabre-trained trio, a stronger pace sure to have been in her favour; always prominent, she was caught flat-footed when the pace quickened 2f out and, whilst sticking to her task, never really looked like clawing back the deficit; it remains to be seen whether she is persevered with at 4, though she would be well worth another try at 1¼m if that is the case.

FINTRY (IRE) failed to complete the 4-timer following impressive wins in lesser pattern company, but acquitted herself well on her first crack at a Group 1, the experience unlikely to be lost on her; tracking the leader close up, she was shaken up under 2f out, running on under pressure but unable to find the change of gear required; remains unexposed and it would be no surprise to see her aimed at some of the top fillies races at the Dubai Carnival early next year.

ESOTERIQUE (IRE) had beaten a below-par Integral (for the second time this season) when successful in the Prix Rothschild before shaping better than the bare result in the Moulin, and this was another case of her being unsuited by the way the race developed, the most inconvenienced of the principals by the lack of pace; racing in mid-division, she failed to settle fully, finding herself shuffled back as things began to unfold approaching the final 2f and never able to get on terms from that point on.

KIYOSHI returned to form in first-time cheekpieces when winning a Group 3 over 7f at Doncaster last month, but this demanded considerably more and she wasn't up to the task; mid-division, effort over 1f out, not quicken, faded.

SKY LANTERN (IRE) has had potential excuses since winning this race so impressively from Integral last year (would have benefited from a stronger pace here after 12 weeks off), though she essentially looks a shadow of her former self, only briefly threatening to get into contention having reverted to patient tactics, retirement surely beckoning.

ETAAB (USA) progressive at a lower level on fast ground this season, she had plenty to find in this grade and is best not judged on this performance, a poor position in a steadily-run affair compounding matters; dwelt, waited with, left behind over 1f out.