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DONCASTER

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3:45 Saturday 30 April 2016

QIPCO 2000 GUINEAS STAKES (Group 1) (1)

Distance : 1m
Prize : £500,000 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 (1) 1 (1) Frankie Dettori silk 5. GALILEO GOLD 5. GALILEO GOLD -16 <
126
> -8 123 Frankie Dettori 3 9-0 14/115 14/115 BSP
Frankie Dettori silk chc PACO BOY (IRE) 129 - GALICUIX - GALILEO (IRE) 134 J: Frankie Dettori
T: Hugo Palmer
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-0
Hugo Palmer
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took a while to work his way up the ranks at 2 yrs, only graduating to Group 1 company on his fifth start, and then managing just third, but built on that platform in no uncertain terms after 7 months off, taking full advantage of some higher-profile rivals shortcomings with an up-to-par display for the winner of this race, providing his up-and-coming trainer with a first British Classic success in the process; chased leader, travelled well, produced to lead 2f out, edged left running down into the Dip, ending up on the stands-side rail, but kept going well to score in authoritative fashion; he's entered in the Derby, but clearly has plenty of speed in his make up and the percentage call is that he'll prove best up to 1¼m, so reported targets of either the French Derby or the St James's Palace Stakes make sense, and though he'll still be behind Air Force Blue in form terms if the pair reoppose, he'll have far less to prove than that rival.
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2 (8) 2 (8) Paul Hanagan silk 9. MASSAAT (IRE) 9. MASSAAT (IRE) -9 <
122
> -23 119 Paul Hanagan 3 9-0 9/110 9/110 BSP
Paul Hanagan silk bc TEOFILO (IRE) 126 - MADANY (IRE) 94 ACCLAMATION 118 J: Paul Hanagan
T: Owen Burrows
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-0
Owen Burrows
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was fast-tracked through the ranks at 2 yrs, runner-up in the Dewhurst on just his third start, and took another significant step forward after 7 months off to fill the same position, unable to match the turn of foot shown by the winner 2f out having also raced handily, but sticking to his task well on the uphill run to the line, comfortably on top of the remainder; likely to continue progressing as he fills his frame (tall, good sort), and has the run-style and pedigree that suggest he'll be as effective at 1¼m, he should make the breakthrough at Group 1 level at some point over the course of the season.
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3 (3) 3 (3) William Buick silk 2 10. RIBCHESTER (IRE) 10. RIBCHESTER (IRE) -5 <
116
> +7 114 William Buick 3 9-0 33/134 33/134 BSP
William Buick silk bc IFFRAAJ 127 - MUJARAH (IRE) 59p MARJU (IRE) 127 J: William Buick
T: Richard Fahey
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-0
Richard Fahey
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had a better chance than his odds suggested and, sharpened up by his prep run in France, merely needed to replicate his 2-y-o form to make the places, opening up more options with regards trip, as expected 1m proving within his compass; in touch, ridden 3f out, left behind by winner 2f out but kept on well enough; will probably be playing for places again if kept to this level next time, a fair way shy of the front pair, also lacking the potential of the fourth, but the early evidence suggests he'll continue to give his running, this the third time in his brief career he's run to a smart level.
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4 (13) 4 (13) Seamie Heffernan silk ½ 2. AIR VICE MARSHAL (USA) 2. AIR VICE MARSHAL (USA) -7 <
114+
> -22 113 Seamie Heffernan 3 9-0 20/121 20/121 BSP
Seamie Heffernan silk bc WAR FRONT (USA) 119 - GOLD VAULT (USA) ARCH (USA) 127 J: Seamie Heffernan
T: Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-0
Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
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had a truncated 2-y-o campaign, not seen out after the July Stakes, but showed no ill-effects from that layoff to take his form up another notch, in spite of residual greenness; close up, travelled better than most, pushed along 2f out but seemed unbalanced entering the Dip, switched around 1f out and finished well, clearly having no problem with this longer trip, for all that his stamina for much further isn't assured given his pedigree; very much the type to continue progressing as a 3-y-o on looks and, with the flatter terrain of the Curragh likely to help, he has to be high on the shortlist for the Irish equivalent in 3 weeks time.
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5 (4) 5 (4) Connor Beasley silk 7. KENTUCKYCONNECTION (USA) 7. KENTUCKYCONNECTION (USA) -37 <
110
> -18 110 Connor Beasley 3 9-0 100/1101 100/1101 BSP
Connor Beasley silk bg INCLUDE (USA) 121 - YOUCANRINGMYBELL (USA) STREET CRY (IRE) 130 J: Connor Beasley
T: Bryan Smart
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-0 Eq: (b)
Bryan Smart (b)
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excelled himself with first-time blinkers fitted, looking more straightforward than has been the case, and did so in spite of the trip (will be suited by a return to 1¼m+); held up, ridden soon after halfway, intimidated by rival over 1f out, stayed on well final 1f; there seemed no element of fluke about this and he's earnt a crack at a Derby trial next.
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6 (12) 6 (12) Adam Kirby silk ½ 13. ZONDERLAND 13. ZONDERLAND -12 <
109
> +2 109 Adam Kirby 3 9-0 33/134 33/134 BSP
Adam Kirby silk chc DUTCH ART 126 - BARYNYA 77 PIVOTAL 124 J: Adam Kirby
T: Clive Cox
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-0
Clive Cox
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ended 2-y-o campaign with an air on unfinished business and, away from extreme going after 6 months off, got back on the up; mid-field, some headway under pressure around 2f out, switched over 1f out, effort flattened out final 100 yds, this trip probably as far as he wants; will need sights lowering if he's to regain the winning thread, but may do better, his career just 4 starts old after all.
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7 (10) 7 (10) Jim Crowley silk 4. FIRST SELECTION (SPA) 4. FIRST SELECTION (SPA) -15 <
101
> +11 102 Jim Crowley 3 9-0 66/167 66/167 BSP
Jim Crowley silk bg DIKTAT 126 - VILLA SONATA 77 MOZART (IRE) 131 J: Jim Crowley
T: Simon Crisford
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-0 Eq: (h)
Simon Crisford (h)
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settled better in first-time hood after 8 weeks off, but was again below his smart 2-y-o form, the highlight of which came when just behind Galileo Gold in the Prix Jean-Luc Lagardere; made running, joined over 3f out, headed over 2f out, faded; lack of stature raises doubts about his prospects for this year.
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8 (11) 8 (11) K. J. Manning silk nk 6. HERALD THE DAWN (IRE) 6. HERALD THE DAWN (IRE) +5 <
100
> -76 101 K. J. Manning 3 9-0 25/126 25/126 BSP
K. J. Manning silk bc NEW APPROACH (IRE) 132 - HYMN OF THE DAWN (USA) 73 PHONE TRICK (USA) J: K. J. Manning
T: J. S. Bolger, Ireland
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-0
J. S. Bolger, Ireland
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had his limitations exposed at the top level at 2 yrs, but was below his best returning from 7 months off in any case, exagerrated waiting tactics failing to curb his free-going tendencies, and he merely picked off a few beaten rivals late on; should stay this far and could be worth a try in a hood to help him relax.
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9 (2) 9 (2) James Doyle silk hd 3. BURATINO (IRE) 3. BURATINO (IRE) +18 <
100
> +11 101 James Doyle 3 9-0 14/115 14/115 BSP
James Doyle silk chc EXCEED AND EXCEL (AUS) 126 - BERGAMASK (USA) KINGMAMBO (USA) 125 J: James Doyle
T: Mark Johnston
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-0
Mark Johnston
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was one of the top juveniles of last year, but achieved those high ratings at 6f and a drop back to that trip is presumably on the cards after he failed to get home on his return from a 7-month absence; mid-field, headway 3f out, effort/every chance 2f out, faded; has the size to carry his 2-y-o form through to this year so well worth another chance, the Commonwealth Cup at Royal Ascot likely to show him in a better light.
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10 (6) 10 (6) Tom Queally silk ¾ 12. ZHUI FENG (IRE) 12. ZHUI FENG (IRE) +6 <
98
> +6 99 Tom Queally 3 9-0 80/181 80/181 BSP
Tom Queally silk bc INVINCIBLE SPIRIT (IRE) 121 - ES QUE INCHINOR 119 J: Tom Queally
T: Amanda Perrett
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-0
Amanda Perrett
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was running above his pay grade here and actually did about as well as could be expected; prominent, upsides over 3f out, headed 2f out, weakened; will be better off back at a lower level, and it bears repeating he appeals as the type who will thrive in a big-field handicap scenario.
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11 (9) 11 (9) George Baker silk 4 11. STORMY ANTARCTIC 11. STORMY ANTARCTIC +31 <
86
> +30 89 George Baker 3 9-0 7/18 7/18 BSP
George Baker silk chg STORMY ATLANTIC (USA) - BEA REMEMBERED 105 DOYEN (IRE) 132 J: George Baker
T: Ed Walker
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-0
Ed Walker
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ran no sort of race, perhaps still feeling the effects of a big effort in the Craven on bad ground; held up, raced freely, headway made over 2f out proved short lived, not persevered with.
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12 (5) 12 (5) Ryan Moore silk 1. AIR FORCE BLUE (USA) 1. AIR FORCE BLUE (USA) +41 <
82?
> -5 86 Ryan Moore 3 9-0 4/51.8f 4/51.8f BSP
Ryan Moore silk bc WAR FRONT (USA) 119 - CHATHAM (USA) MARIA'S MON (USA) 121p J: Ryan Moore
T: Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-0 Eq: (t)
Aidan O'Brien, Ireland (t)
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was the outstanding juvenile of 2015, beaten only once in 5 starts and rounding his campaign off with an easy success in the Dewhurst (Massaat no match for him that day), sent off odds on as a result of those exploits, but, fitted with a first-time tongue strap after 7 months off, proved bitterly disappointing, going with nothing like the same zest that was a feature of his earlier victories, obviously more behind this than the longer trip (should stay 1m); mid-field, ridden soon after halfway, not quicken; something to prove after this flop, but achieved such a high level at 2 yrs, and certainly has the scope to train on (strong, lengthy colt), that he's worth another chance.
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13 (7) 13 (7) Pat Smullen silk 1 8. MARCEL (IRE) 8. MARCEL (IRE) +39 <
79
83 Pat Smullen 3 9-0 8/19 8/19 BSP
Pat Smullen silk bc LAWMAN (FR) 121 - MAURESMO (IRE) MARJU (IRE) 127 J: Pat Smullen
T: Peter Chapple-Hyam
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-0
Peter Chapple-Hyam
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brought solid Group 1-winning form to the table, that Racing Post Trophy success last backend having been upheld by the other placed horses in the meantime, but he ran as if amiss after 6 months off; mid-field, ridden soon after halfway, folded; better judged on previous form for the time being and remains likely to stay 1¼m.
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All 13 ran.

Winning Owner: Al Shaqab Racing

Time: 1m 35.91s Closing Sectional: (3.00f): 36.50s (98.5%)

A Guineas that revolved around Air Force Blue beforehand - sent off the shortest-priced favourite since Frankel in 2011 - but in the event he ran no sort of race, whilst it was a similar story with his 2 closest rivals in the betting, last year's Racing Post Trophy winner Marcel and Craven winner Stormy Antarctic; Galileo Gold shouldn't be underestimated on the back of those flops though, running to a level only bettered by Dawn Approach, Frankel and Sea The Stars in this race in the past decade, whilst Massaat did his bit for the Dewhurst form by finishing a clear second; the gallop was sound and although nothing dropped right out got involved, that was for reasons other than tactical, whilst the field splitting into 2 groups until halfway - those drawn 1-4 and 6 stayed towards the centre of the track until the field merged - also made no difference to the result in what was a clean race.

GALILEO GOLD took a while to work his way up the ranks at 2 yrs, only graduating to Group 1 company on his fifth start, and then managing just third, but built on that platform in no uncertain terms after 7 months off, taking full advantage of some higher-profile rivals shortcomings with an up-to-par display for the winner of this race, providing his up-and-coming trainer with a first British Classic success in the process; chased leader, travelled well, produced to lead 2f out, edged left running down into the Dip, ending up on the stands-side rail, but kept going well to score in authoritative fashion; he's entered in the Derby, but clearly has plenty of speed in his make up and the percentage call is that he'll prove best up to 1¼m, so reported targets of either the French Derby or the St James's Palace Stakes make sense, and though he'll still be behind Air Force Blue in form terms if the pair reoppose, he'll have far less to prove than that rival.

MASSAAT (IRE) was fast-tracked through the ranks at 2 yrs, runner-up in the Dewhurst on just his third start, and took another significant step forward after 7 months off to fill the same position, unable to match the turn of foot shown by the winner 2f out having also raced handily, but sticking to his task well on the uphill run to the line, comfortably on top of the remainder; likely to continue progressing as he fills his frame (tall, good sort), and has the run-style and pedigree that suggest he'll be as effective at 1¼m, he should make the breakthrough at Group 1 level at some point over the course of the season.

RIBCHESTER (IRE) had a better chance than his odds suggested and, sharpened up by his prep run in France, merely needed to replicate his 2-y-o form to make the places, opening up more options with regards trip, as expected 1m proving within his compass; in touch, ridden 3f out, left behind by winner 2f out but kept on well enough; will probably be playing for places again if kept to this level next time, a fair way shy of the front pair, also lacking the potential of the fourth, but the early evidence suggests he'll continue to give his running, this the third time in his brief career he's run to a smart level.

AIR VICE MARSHAL (USA) had a truncated 2-y-o campaign, not seen out after the July Stakes, but showed no ill-effects from that layoff to take his form up another notch, in spite of residual greenness; close up, travelled better than most, pushed along 2f out but seemed unbalanced entering the Dip, switched around 1f out and finished well, clearly having no problem with this longer trip, for all that his stamina for much further isn't assured given his pedigree; very much the type to continue progressing as a 3-y-o on looks and, with the flatter terrain of the Curragh likely to help, he has to be high on the shortlist for the Irish equivalent in 3 weeks time.

KENTUCKYCONNECTION (USA) excelled himself with first-time blinkers fitted, looking more straightforward than has been the case, and did so in spite of the trip (will be suited by a return to 1¼m+); held up, ridden soon after halfway, intimidated by rival over 1f out, stayed on well final 1f; there seemed no element of fluke about this and he's earnt a crack at a Derby trial next.

ZONDERLAND ended 2-y-o campaign with an air on unfinished business and, away from extreme going after 6 months off, got back on the up; mid-field, some headway under pressure around 2f out, switched over 1f out, effort flattened out final 100 yds, this trip probably as far as he wants; will need sights lowering if he's to regain the winning thread, but may do better, his career just 4 starts old after all.

FIRST SELECTION (SPA) settled better in first-time hood after 8 weeks off, but was again below his smart 2-y-o form, the highlight of which came when just behind Galileo Gold in the Prix Jean-Luc Lagardere; made running, joined over 3f out, headed over 2f out, faded; lack of stature raises doubts about his prospects for this year.

HERALD THE DAWN (IRE) had his limitations exposed at the top level at 2 yrs, but was below his best returning from 7 months off in any case, exagerrated waiting tactics failing to curb his free-going tendencies, and he merely picked off a few beaten rivals late on; should stay this far and could be worth a try in a hood to help him relax.

BURATINO (IRE) was one of the top juveniles of last year, but achieved those high ratings at 6f and a drop back to that trip is presumably on the cards after he failed to get home on his return from a 7-month absence; mid-field, headway 3f out, effort/every chance 2f out, faded; has the size to carry his 2-y-o form through to this year so well worth another chance, the Commonwealth Cup at Royal Ascot likely to show him in a better light.

ZHUI FENG (IRE) was running above his pay grade here and actually did about as well as could be expected; prominent, upsides over 3f out, headed 2f out, weakened; will be better off back at a lower level, and it bears repeating he appeals as the type who will thrive in a big-field handicap scenario.

STORMY ANTARCTIC ran no sort of race, perhaps still feeling the effects of a big effort in the Craven on bad ground; held up, raced freely, headway made over 2f out proved short lived, not persevered with.

AIR FORCE BLUE (USA) was the outstanding juvenile of 2015, beaten only once in 5 starts and rounding his campaign off with an easy success in the Dewhurst (Massaat no match for him that day), sent off odds on as a result of those exploits, but, fitted with a first-time tongue strap after 7 months off, proved bitterly disappointing, going with nothing like the same zest that was a feature of his earlier victories, obviously more behind this than the longer trip (should stay 1m); mid-field, ridden soon after halfway, not quicken; something to prove after this flop, but achieved such a high level at 2 yrs, and certainly has the scope to train on (strong, lengthy colt), that he's worth another chance.

MARCEL (IRE) brought solid Group 1-winning form to the table, that Racing Post Trophy success last backend having been upheld by the other placed horses in the meantime, but he ran as if amiss after 6 months off; mid-field, ridden soon after halfway, folded; better judged on previous form for the time being and remains likely to stay 1¼m.