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NEWMARKET (JULY) 15:45

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15:45 Saturday 11 July 2015

DARLEY JULY CUP (Group 1) (1)

Distance : 6f
Prize : £500,000 Age : 3yo+ Race Type : Flat Surface : Turf Going : Firm
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 (7) 1 (7) Paul Hanagan silk 14. MUHAARAR 14. MUHAARAR +7 <
121+
+1 > 118 Paul Hanagan 3 9-0 2/13jf 2/13jf
Paul Hanagan silk bc OASIS DREAM 129 - TAHRIR (IRE) 100 LINAMIX (FR) 127 J: Paul Hanagan
T: Charles Hills
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-0
Charles Hills
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cemented his status as the pre-eminent sprinter around in following up his Commonwealth Cup win taking on his elders for the first time, not needing to match the form he showed at Ascot and going about things in different style, everything coming so easily to him that day but forced to dig deep this time at a track that maybe didn't suit so well, showing guts to get to the front late on having looked in trouble, that determination along with his abundant ability set to ensure that he remains very much the one to beat in the top races at 6f/7f, a programme that starts at Deauville (Maurice de Gheest) and ends back at Ascot (British Champions Sprint), with stops along the way at Haydock (Sprint Cup) and Longchamp (Foret) the obvious route for the rest of the season; racing in touch, he was outpaced briefly running downhill 2f out but rallied once meeting rising ground entering the last 1f and found plenty to get up right on the line, as at Ascot very strong at the finish, a reminder that he stays further and wouldn't want a test any sharper than this.
in touch, outpaced briefly 2f out, rallied entering final 1f, found plenty to lead post
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2 (10) 2 (10) Pat Cosgrave silk ns 13. TROPICS (USA) 13. TROPICS (USA) -81 <
123+
-2 > 120 Pat Cosgrave 7 9-6 25/126 25/126
Pat Cosgrave silk chg SPEIGHTSTOWN (USA) 124 - TAJ AIRE (USA) TAJ ALRIYADH (USA) J: Pat Cosgrave
T: Dean Ivory
Age: 7 Wgt: 9-6 Eq: (h)
Dean Ivory (h)
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wasn't himself at Ascot for whatever reason but wasted no time getting back on track, proving at least as good as ever in finishing runner-up in this race for the second year running, the margin of defeat agonising this time, looking well suited by a switch to forcing tactics and briefly seeming to have it wrapped up before the winner surged; made running, effort 2f out, kept on well, caught post; he's a grand type who deserves a big win, though this was surely his best opportunity to get the better of the winner, Muhaarar if anything likely to increase his margin of superiority should the pair meet at a different track another time.
led, effort 2f out, kept on well, headed post
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3 (11) 3 (11) Jack Garritty silk 6. EASTERN IMPACT (IRE) 6. EASTERN IMPACT (IRE) -8 <
117
-9 > 116 Jack Garritty 4 9-6 50/151 50/151
Jack Garritty silk bg BAHAMIAN BOUNTY 116 - KATE THE GREAT 79 XAAR 132 J: Jack Garritty
T: Richard Fahey
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-6
Richard Fahey
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was taking another rise in class and proved better than ever to make the places in this Group 1, doing it under a rider unable to claim his 3-lb allowance; handy, effort 2f out, kept on; winning at this level is going to require a bigger chunk of progress, though this form is good enough to win plenty of listed/minor pattern races.
handy, effort 2f out, kept on
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4 (14) 4 (14) Richard Hughes silk nk 11. SOLE POWER 11. SOLE POWER -2 <
116+
-6 > 115 Richard Hughes 8 9-6 16/117 16/117
Richard Hughes silk brg KYLLACHY 129 - DEMERGER (USA) DISTANT VIEW (USA) 126 J: Richard Hughes
T: Edward Lynam, Ireland
Age: 8 Wgt: 9-6
Edward Lynam, Ireland
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ran better than he had in the King's Stand despite not being ideally placed the way the race panned out, the run pretty encouraging for him recapturing something close to his high-class best before long, almost certainly back at 5f, his turn of speed a more potent weapon at that trip for all he clearly had no problem with this stiffish 6f; patiently ridden, took keen hold, still plenty to do under 2f out, headway entering final 1f, ran on, faring best of those held up.
held up, still off pace under 2f out, headway entering final 1f, ran on
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5 (4) 5 (4) Frankie Dettori silk nk 4. DANZENO 4. DANZENO -5 <
116+
-15 > 115 Frankie Dettori 4 9-6 12/113 12/113
Frankie Dettori silk bg DENOUNCE 89 - DANZANORA GROOM DANCER (USA) 128 J: Frankie Dettori
T: Michael Appleby
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-6
Michael Appleby
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got away near enough on terms this time but still ended up with a bit much too much to do, all in all shaping better than the bare result in making good late progress, no reason to think he doesn't still have a very smart effort in the locker the day things drop right; raced well off the pace, ridden 2f out, headway entering final 1f, ran on, never nearer.
behind, ridden 2f out, headway entering final 1f, ran on, never nearer
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6 (5) 6 (5) Pat Smullen silk 1 15. ANTHEM ALEXANDER (IRE) 15. ANTHEM ALEXANDER (IRE) +2 <
107
-9 > 106 Pat Smullen 3 8-11 12/113 12/113
Pat Smullen silk chf STARSPANGLEDBANNER (AUS) 128 - LADY ALEXANDER (IRE) 112 NIGHT SHIFT (USA) J: Pat Smullen
T: Edward Lynam, Ireland
Age: 3 Wgt: 8-11
Edward Lynam, Ireland
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wasn't discredited without running up to her smart best on her first try in an open, all-aged Group 1, having no obvious excuses, dwelt slightly, mid-division, in touch halfway, every chance 2f out, one paced.
slowly away, mid-division, in touch halfway, every chance 2f out, one paced
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7 (15) 7 (15) James Doyle silk nk 2. BRAZEN BEAU (AUS) 2. BRAZEN BEAU (AUS) +8 <
111
110 James Doyle 4 9-6 2/13jf 2/13jf
James Doyle silk brc I AM INVINCIBLE (AUS) - SANSADEE (AUS) SNAADEE (USA) 114 J: James Doyle
T: Chris Waller, Australia
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-6
Chris Waller, Australia
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is much better than this, as he showed at Royal Ascot, and maybe that big effort on his first outing since March took plenty out of him, just not in the same form 3 weeks on; close up, raced freely, effort 2f out, not quicken, faded inside final 1f; the Diamond Jubilee, not to mention his record in Australia prior to that, is what he's best judged on, whether or not we see him in Britain again.
close up, effort 2f out, not quicken, faded inside final 1f
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8 (3) 8 (3) Hayley Turner silk ¾ 9. LANCELOT DU LAC (ITY) 9. LANCELOT DU LAC (ITY) +4 <
108
-2 > 108 Hayley Turner 5 9-6 66/167 66/167
Hayley Turner silk bg SHAMARDAL (USA) 129 - DODIE MAE (USA) CAPOTE (USA) J: Hayley Turner
T: Dean Ivory
Age: 5 Wgt: 9-6
Dean Ivory
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isn't quite a Group 1 sprinter but shaped as if still in good form; in touch, effort 2f out, not quicken, plugged on.
in touch, effort 2f out, not quicken, plugged on
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9 (2) 9 (2) Dane O'Neill silk 10. MUTHMIR (IRE) 10. MUTHMIR (IRE) +15 <
103
+17 > 103 Dane O'Neill 5 9-6 9/110 9/110
Dane O'Neill silk bg INVINCIBLE SPIRIT (IRE) 121 - FAIRY OF THE NIGHT (IRE) 107 DANEHILL (USA) 126 J: Dane O'Neill
T: William Haggas
Age: 5 Wgt: 9-6
William Haggas
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had no problem with this trip in handicaps last season but seems happier at 5f now he's in the big leagues, as in the Duke of York earlier in the season proving too free, a hold-up ride making matters worse this time; held up, not settle fully, pushed along over 2f out, made no impression.
held up, pushed along over 2f out, no impression
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10 (13) 10 (13) Joseph O'Brien silk 5. DUE DILIGENCE (USA) 5. DUE DILIGENCE (USA) <
98
+5 > 99 Joseph O'Brien 4 9-6 25/126 25/126
Joseph O'Brien silk b or brc WAR FRONT (USA) 119 - BEMA (USA) PULPIT (USA) 117 J: Joseph O'Brien
T: Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-6 Eq: (t)
Aidan O'Brien, Ireland (t)
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ran better than last time but still way below the form he showed at his best last season, left with a fair bit to prove now; mid-division, ridden 2f out, made no impression.
mid-division, ridden 2f out, no impression
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11 (8) 11 (8) Jamie Spencer silk ns 1. ASTAIRE (IRE) 1. ASTAIRE (IRE) +15 <
98
99 Jamie Spencer 4 9-6 16/117 16/117
Jamie Spencer silk b c INTENSE FOCUS (USA) 117 - RUNWAY DANCER DANSILI 127 J: Jamie Spencer
T: Kevin Ryan
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-6
Kevin Ryan
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showed he can cut it at this level in the Diamond Jubilee but ran below form 3 weeks on; helped force pace, effort under 2f out, not quicken, weakened final 1f, not persevered with once held; type to bounce back quickly.
disputed lead, effort under 2f out, not quicken, weakened final 1f
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12 (9) 12 (9) Sam James silk ½ 7. G FORCE (IRE) 7. G FORCE (IRE) -31 <
96
+11 > 97 Sam James 4 9-6 25/126 25/126
Sam James silk bg TAMAYUZ 126 - FLANDERS (IRE) 110 COMMON GROUNDS 118 J: Sam James
T: David O'Meara
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-6
David O'Meara
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continues to look a far cry from the horse that won the Sprint Cup last season, plenty to prove now; mid-division, lost place soon after halfway, made no impression.
mid-division, lost place soon after halfway, no impression
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13 (6) 13 (6) Fergal Lynch silk ½ 8. JACK DEXTER 8. JACK DEXTER +11 <
94+
+16 > 95 Fergal Lynch 6 9-6 25/126 25/126
Fergal Lynch silk b or brg ORIENTOR 118 - GLENHURICH (IRE) 59 SRI PEKAN (USA) 117p J: Fergal Lynch
T: Jim Goldie
Age: 6 Wgt: 9-6
Jim Goldie
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ran his first flat-out poor race of the season; held up, pushed along halfway, not quicken, held when hampered approaching final 1f.
held up, pushed along halfway, not quicken, held when hampered approaching final 1f
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14 (1) 14 (1) Jim Crowley silk 9 12. STEPS (IRE) 12. STEPS (IRE) +44 <
60
+36 > 65 Jim Crowley 7 9-6 66/167 66/167
Jim Crowley silk grg VERGLAS (IRE) 118 - KILLINALLAN 70p VETTORI (IRE) 119 J: Jim Crowley
T: Roger Varian
Age: 7 Wgt: 9-6 Eq: (b)
Roger Varian (b)
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back up in trip, faced a stiff task in this grade, was well held; raced off the pace, ridden soon after halfway, soon beaten, not persevered with once held.
off pace, ridden soon after halfway, soon beaten
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Non Runners: CASPAR NETSCHER.

Winning Owner: Mr Hamdan Al Maktoum

Time: 1m 9.34s Closing Sectional: (3.00f): 33.75s (102.7%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 124%, Betfair SP 100.7%

The new 3-y-o sprint programme means the July Cup is now the first opportunity for the generations to clash in a 6f Group 1 and that was the main point of interest of the race this year, the market dominated by Commonwealth Cup winner Muhaarar and the Australian-trained Brazen Beau, representing the Diamond Jubilee form in the absence of the winner of that race, Undrafted; in the event, Brazen Beau didn't deliver, and Muhaarar didn't have to match the level he reached at Ascot to come out on top, the presence in third of one not long out of handicap company suggesting the form on the day is towards the lower range of what might be expected in a July Cup; the runner-up set a gallop that was even as opposed to strong, and it was an advantage to race in touch, the patiently-ridden duo Sole Power and Danzeno therefore a little better than the result in an otherwise fair race.

MUHAARAR cemented his status as the pre-eminent sprinter around in following up his Commonwealth Cup win taking on his elders for the first time, not needing to match the form he showed at Ascot and going about things in different style, everything coming so easily to him that day but forced to dig deep this time at a track that maybe didn't suit so well, showing guts to get to the front late on having looked in trouble, that determination along with his abundant ability set to ensure that he remains very much the one to beat in the top races at 6f/7f, a programme that starts at Deauville (Maurice de Gheest) and ends back at Ascot (British Champions Sprint), with stops along the way at Haydock (Sprint Cup) and Longchamp (Foret) the obvious route for the rest of the season; racing in touch, he was outpaced briefly running downhill 2f out but rallied once meeting rising ground entering the last 1f and found plenty to get up right on the line, as at Ascot very strong at the finish, a reminder that he stays further and wouldn't want a test any sharper than this.

TROPICS (USA) wasn't himself at Ascot for whatever reason but wasted no time getting back on track, proving at least as good as ever in finishing runner-up in this race for the second year running, the margin of defeat agonising this time, looking well suited by a switch to forcing tactics and briefly seeming to have it wrapped up before the winner surged; made running, effort 2f out, kept on well, caught post; he's a grand type who deserves a big win, though this was surely his best opportunity to get the better of the winner, Muhaarar if anything likely to increase his margin of superiority should the pair meet at a different track another time.

EASTERN IMPACT (IRE) was taking another rise in class and proved better than ever to make the places in this Group 1, doing it under a rider unable to claim his 3-lb allowance; handy, effort 2f out, kept on; winning at this level is going to require a bigger chunk of progress, though this form is good enough to win plenty of listed/minor pattern races.

SOLE POWER ran better than he had in the King's Stand despite not being ideally placed the way the race panned out, the run pretty encouraging for him recapturing something close to his high-class best before long, almost certainly back at 5f, his turn of speed a more potent weapon at that trip for all he clearly had no problem with this stiffish 6f; patiently ridden, took keen hold, still plenty to do under 2f out, headway entering final 1f, ran on, faring best of those held up.

DANZENO got away near enough on terms this time but still ended up with a bit much too much to do, all in all shaping better than the bare result in making good late progress, no reason to think he doesn't still have a very smart effort in the locker the day things drop right; raced well off the pace, ridden 2f out, headway entering final 1f, ran on, never nearer.

ANTHEM ALEXANDER (IRE) wasn't discredited without running up to her smart best on her first try in an open, all-aged Group 1, having no obvious excuses, dwelt slightly, mid-division, in touch halfway, every chance 2f out, one paced.

BRAZEN BEAU (AUS) is much better than this, as he showed at Royal Ascot, and maybe that big effort on his first outing since March took plenty out of him, just not in the same form 3 weeks on; close up, raced freely, effort 2f out, not quicken, faded inside final 1f; the Diamond Jubilee, not to mention his record in Australia prior to that, is what he's best judged on, whether or not we see him in Britain again.

LANCELOT DU LAC (ITY) isn't quite a Group 1 sprinter but shaped as if still in good form; in touch, effort 2f out, not quicken, plugged on.

MUTHMIR (IRE) had no problem with this trip in handicaps last season but seems happier at 5f now he's in the big leagues, as in the Duke of York earlier in the season proving too free, a hold-up ride making matters worse this time; held up, not settle fully, pushed along over 2f out, made no impression.

DUE DILIGENCE (USA) ran better than last time but still way below the form he showed at his best last season, left with a fair bit to prove now; mid-division, ridden 2f out, made no impression.

ASTAIRE (IRE) showed he can cut it at this level in the Diamond Jubilee but ran below form 3 weeks on; helped force pace, effort under 2f out, not quicken, weakened final 1f, not persevered with once held; type to bounce back quickly.

G FORCE (IRE) continues to look a far cry from the horse that won the Sprint Cup last season, plenty to prove now; mid-division, lost place soon after halfway, made no impression.

JACK DEXTER ran his first flat-out poor race of the season; held up, pushed along halfway, not quicken, held when hampered approaching final 1f.

STEPS (IRE) back up in trip, faced a stiff task in this grade, was well held; raced off the pace, ridden soon after halfway, soon beaten, not persevered with once held.