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NEWMARKET (JULY) 16:35

13:4514:1514:5015:2516:0016:3517:05
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16:35 Saturday 15 July 2017

DARLEY JULY CUP STAKES (Group 1) (1)

Distance : 6f
Prize : £283,550 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 (6) 1 (6) Adam Kirby silk 9. HARRY ANGEL (IRE) 9. HARRY ANGEL (IRE) +6 <
117+
> +14 92 Adam Kirby 3 9-0 9/25.5 9/25.5
Adam Kirby silk bc DARK ANGEL (IRE) 113 - BEATRIX POTTER (IRE) 75 CADEAUX GENEREUX 131 J: Adam Kirby
T: Clive Cox
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-0
Clive Cox
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got the Group 1 win his record deserved, this sharper 6f compared to Ascot almost certainly in his favour, though it's at least as significant that this race - unlike that one - went perfectly to plan, always ideally positioned up with a surprisingly pedestrian gallop and not in much danger once taking over, evidence of his growing maturity that he made it look so straightforward; chased leader, took keen hold, led over 1f out, in control when edged right final 1f, kept on well; he isn't in the Nunthorpe so the Sprint Cup at Haydock, where he was so impressive when winning the Sandy Lane, is likely to be his next port of call, the one to beat there whatever advantages he might've had this day.
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2 (1) 2 (1) Harry Bentley silk 4. LIMATO (IRE) 4. LIMATO (IRE) +8 <
113
> -2 89 Harry Bentley 5 9-6 4/15 4/15
Harry Bentley silk bg TAGULA (IRE) 116 - COME APRIL 77 SINGSPIEL (IRE) 133 J: Harry Bentley
T: Henry Candy
Age: 5 Wgt: 9-6
Henry Candy
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who won this last year, came out the best of the first 3 from the Diamond Jubilee, looking back to his very best but never threatening to catch a winner that always had the jump on him; chased leader, effort when carried right over 1f out, ran on; he'd be the one to beat if taking up his entry in the Lennox Stakes (a Group 2 but a very valuable prize).
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3 (4) 3 (4) Tom Eaves silk ½ 1. BRANDO 1. BRANDO <
113+
> +10 88 Tom Eaves 5 9-6 28/129 28/129
Tom Eaves silk chg PIVOTAL 124 - ARGENT DU BOIS (USA) SILVER HAWK (USA) 123 J: Tom Eaves
T: Kevin Ryan
Age: 5 Wgt: 9-6
Kevin Ryan
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got back on track 8 weeks on from his aberration at York, doing very well to finish where he did after starting his effort from out the back in a race run at a false gallop, the run confirmation that he's a major player in races at this trip for the rest of the season, with the Prix Maurice de Gheest reportedly next on the agenda; raced off the pace, shaken up under 2f out, finished well.
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4 (2) 4 (2) Ryan Moore silk sh 8. CARAVAGGIO (USA) 8. CARAVAGGIO (USA) +14 <
111
> -3 87 Ryan Moore 3 9-0 10/111.9f 10/111.9f
Ryan Moore silk grc SCAT DADDY (USA) 120 - MEKKO HOKTE (USA) HOLY BULL (USA) 134 J: Ryan Moore
T: Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-0
Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
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all the rage in the betting, lost his unbeaten record, caught out by a false gallop at a track that suited less well than Ascot (this race run in a time nearly 2 seconds faster than the Commonwealth Cup), but also perhaps not at the top of his game, bearing in mind he was just about the first in trouble; dwelt, mid-field, pushed along soon after halfway, headway when switched entering final 1f, kept on, never landed a blow; his verdict over Harry Angel last time shows he's better than this, and it's arguable that he was at least as unsuited by the way this race developed as that rival had been by the one at Ascot, the likelihood being that there's very little between them, a third clash therefore something to look forward to should it materialise.
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5 (3) 5 (3) P. B. Beggy silk nk 10. INTELLIGENCE CROSS (USA) 10. INTELLIGENCE CROSS (USA) -20 <
111
> -20 86 P. B. Beggy 3 9-0 100/1101 100/1101
P. B. Beggy silk bc WAR FRONT (USA) 119 - GOOD VIBES (USA) UNBRIDLED'S SONG (USA) 125 J: P. B. Beggy
T: Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-0 Eq: (b+t)
Aidan O'Brien, Ireland (b+t)
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didn't fulfil his pacemaking role nearly as effectively as in the Commonwealth Cup and was flattered to finish where he did, his finishing position evidence of muddling bare form as opposed to marked improvement on his part; made running, headed over 1f out, no extra inside final 1f.
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6 (9) 6 (9) Paul Hanagan silk ½ 2. GROWL 2. GROWL <
109
> +4 85 Paul Hanagan 5 9-6 50/151 50/151
Paul Hanagan silk bg OASIS DREAM 129 - DESERT TIGRESS (USA) 83 STORM CAT (USA) J: Paul Hanagan
T: Richard Fahey
Age: 5 Wgt: 9-6
Richard Fahey
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without the headgear this time, shaped as if back in form in a race that didn't show him to advantage, always up against it trying to quicken from the rear off a false gallop; held up, effort over 1f out, one paced.
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7 (7) 7 (7) William Buick silk 3. INTISAAB 3. INTISAAB +11 <
105
> -27 81 William Buick 6 9-6 66/167 66/167
William Buick silk bg ELNADIM (USA) 128 - KATOOM (IRE) 75 SOVIET STAR (USA) 128 J: William Buick
T: David O'Meara
Age: 6 Wgt: 9-6 Eq: (s)
David O'Meara (s)
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faced a stiff task back on turf and did enough to think he's still in form; in touch, ridden over 2f out, faded final 1f.
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8 (10) 8 (10) Tom Queally silk 1 7. THE TIN MAN 7. THE TIN MAN +23 <
101
> +8 78 Tom Queally 5 9-6 7/18 7/18
Tom Queally silk bg EQUIANO (FR) 127 - PERSARIO 96 BISHOP OF CASHEL 122 J: Tom Queally
T: James Fanshawe
Age: 5 Wgt: 9-6
James Fanshawe
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wasn't in the same form as at Ascot, though this race didn't play to his strengths at all; held up, ridden over 2f out, little impression.
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9 (8) 9 (8) Jamie Spencer silk ½ 5. MR LUPTON (IRE) 5. MR LUPTON (IRE) -8 <
99
> +9 76 Jamie Spencer 4 9-6 66/167 66/167
Jamie Spencer silk chg ELNADIM (USA) 128 - CHILOE WIGEON (IRE) 55 DOCKSIDER (USA) 124 J: Jamie Spencer
T: Richard Fahey
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-6
Richard Fahey
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faced a stiff task; raced off the pace, shaken up 2f out, made no impression.
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10 (5) 10 (5) Jim Crowley silk nk 6. TASLEET 6. TASLEET +24 <
99
> +16 75 Jim Crowley 4 9-6 9/110 9/110
Jim Crowley silk bc SHOWCASING 117 - BIRD KEY - CADEAUX GENEREUX 131 J: Jim Crowley
T: William Haggas
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-6 Eq: (s)
William Haggas (s)
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proved to be a disappointment, the run of the race not suiting but failing to sustain his effort; in touch, effort over 1f out, not quicken, faded final 1f.
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All 10 ran.

Winning Owner: Godolphin

Time: 1m 11.25s Closing Sectional: (3.00f): 33.65s (105.9%)

The smallest field for a July Cup since 2000, but in terms of depth this looked one of the best renewals in recent memory, with 6 of the 10 having ratings of 125 or higher, among them the first 3 from the Diamond Jubilee and the first 2 from the Commonwealth Cup; however, the anticipated high-quality matchup didn't materialise, largely because of a false pace - the timefigure is notably poor - and while Harry Angel might well prove the best of them anyway, there's little doubt others weren't seen to advantage, and the proximity of the front-running Intelligence Cross is evidence of flimsy form, the race therefore best not used as a definitive indicator of the hierarchy in a 6f division in which outright supremacy is still up for grabs.

HARRY ANGEL (IRE) got the Group 1 win his record deserved, this sharper 6f compared to Ascot almost certainly in his favour, though it's at least as significant that this race - unlike that one - went perfectly to plan, always ideally positioned up with a surprisingly pedestrian gallop and not in much danger once taking over, evidence of his growing maturity that he made it look so straightforward; chased leader, took keen hold, led over 1f out, in control when edged right final 1f, kept on well; he isn't in the Nunthorpe so the Sprint Cup at Haydock, where he was so impressive when winning the Sandy Lane, is likely to be his next port of call, the one to beat there whatever advantages he might've had this day.

LIMATO (IRE) who won this last year, came out the best of the first 3 from the Diamond Jubilee, looking back to his very best but never threatening to catch a winner that always had the jump on him; chased leader, effort when carried right over 1f out, ran on; he'd be the one to beat if taking up his entry in the Lennox Stakes (a Group 2 but a very valuable prize).

BRANDO got back on track 8 weeks on from his aberration at York, doing very well to finish where he did after starting his effort from out the back in a race run at a false gallop, the run confirmation that he's a major player in races at this trip for the rest of the season, with the Prix Maurice de Gheest reportedly next on the agenda; raced off the pace, shaken up under 2f out, finished well.

CARAVAGGIO (USA) all the rage in the betting, lost his unbeaten record, caught out by a false gallop at a track that suited less well than Ascot (this race run in a time nearly 2 seconds faster than the Commonwealth Cup), but also perhaps not at the top of his game, bearing in mind he was just about the first in trouble; dwelt, mid-field, pushed along soon after halfway, headway when switched entering final 1f, kept on, never landed a blow; his verdict over Harry Angel last time shows he's better than this, and it's arguable that he was at least as unsuited by the way this race developed as that rival had been by the one at Ascot, the likelihood being that there's very little between them, a third clash therefore something to look forward to should it materialise.

INTELLIGENCE CROSS (USA) didn't fulfil his pacemaking role nearly as effectively as in the Commonwealth Cup and was flattered to finish where he did, his finishing position evidence of muddling bare form as opposed to marked improvement on his part; made running, headed over 1f out, no extra inside final 1f.

GROWL without the headgear this time, shaped as if back in form in a race that didn't show him to advantage, always up against it trying to quicken from the rear off a false gallop; held up, effort over 1f out, one paced.

INTISAAB faced a stiff task back on turf and did enough to think he's still in form; in touch, ridden over 2f out, faded final 1f.

THE TIN MAN wasn't in the same form as at Ascot, though this race didn't play to his strengths at all; held up, ridden over 2f out, little impression.

MR LUPTON (IRE) faced a stiff task; raced off the pace, shaken up 2f out, made no impression.

TASLEET proved to be a disappointment, the run of the race not suiting but failing to sustain his effort; in touch, effort over 1f out, not quicken, faded final 1f.