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NEWMARKET (ROWLEY) 14:55

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14:55 Saturday 09 October 2021

DARLEY DEWHURST STAKES (Group 1) (1)

Distance : 7f
Prize : £298,507 Age : 2yo Race Type : Flat Surface : Turf Going : Gd/Sft
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 (5) 1 (5) William Buick silk 7. NATIVE TRAIL 7. NATIVE TRAIL +5 <
115+
+4 > 105 William Buick 2 9-1 5/61.83f 5/61.83f
William Buick silk bc OASIS DREAM 129 - NEEDLELEAF OBSERVATORY (USA) 131 J: William Buick
T: Charlie Appleby
Age: 2 Wgt: 9-1
Charlie Appleby
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stood out on form and didn't need to improve further to gain a second win at this level, the best 2-y-o colt this year so far, a strapping physique which promises much for next year, the one concerning thing about him is that he doesn't travel as one would expect from his pretty speedy pedigree, almost the first off the bridle but strong from 2f out to wear down the leader; waited with, shaken up soon after halfway, switched over 1f out, stayed on to lead well inside final 1f, in command soon after, well on top finish; he shapes as if he will be at least as effective at 1m, even if that isn't so obvious from his pedigree, and the Guineas is the obvious target for next spring.
waited with, shaken up soon after halfway, switched over 1f out, stayed on to lead well inside final 1f, in command soon after, well on top
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2 (6) 2 (6) James Doyle silk 2 4. DUBAWI LEGEND (IRE) 4. DUBAWI LEGEND (IRE) -13 <
109+
-14 > 100 James Doyle 2 9-1 12/113 12/113
James Doyle silk bc DUBAWI (IRE) 129 - LOVELY PASS (IRE) 104 RAVEN'S PASS (USA) 133 J: James Doyle
T: Hugo Palmer
Age: 2 Wgt: 9-1
Hugo Palmer
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had had his big reputation dented in the Acomb, but showed it to be justified with a much-improved effort, a chance that he was at an advantage near the rail, but given full credit for now, plenty to like about his performance, getting all in trouble when he pressed on and overhauled only by the winner late on, every chance that he will progress again, a trip to the US an option later this autumn; close up, travelled well, led after 3f, shaken up 2f out, kept on, headed well inside final 1f, one paced; he's bred to be suited by 1m+.
close up, led after 3f, shaken up 2f out, kept on, headed well inside final 1f, one paced
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3 (7) 3 (7) David Egan silk ½ 1. BAYSIDE BOY (IRE) 1. BAYSIDE BOY (IRE) +5 <
107+
+4 > 99 David Egan 2 9-1 9/110 9/110
David Egan silk bc NEW BAY 128 - ALAVA (IRE) ANABAA (USA) 130 J: David Egan
T: Roger Varian
Age: 2 Wgt: 9-1
Roger Varian
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confirmed himself a smart 2-y-o in a much more satisfactory race than at Doncaster, taking a while to find his stride when asked, possibly due to the track, but seeing things out well, even if no threat to the first 2; held up, effort 2f out, hung right, stayed on inside final 1f, nearest at the finish; he will stay at least 1m.
held up, effort 2f out, hung right, stayed on inside final 1f, stayed on, nearest finish
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4 (3) 4 (3) Oisin Murphy silk 2. BERKSHIRE SHADOW 2. BERKSHIRE SHADOW -4 <
102
+11 > 93 Oisin Murphy 2 9-1 22/123 22/123
Oisin Murphy silk grg DARK ANGEL (IRE) 113 - ANGEL VISION (IRE) 105 OASIS DREAM 129 J: Oisin Murphy
T: Andrew Balding
Age: 2 Wgt: 9-1 Eq: (t)
Andrew Balding (t)
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in first-time tongue strap, ran a good deal better than when favourite for the Gimcrack, more at home back at 7f, this at least as well as he's ever run; held up, effort over 2f out, stayed on approaching final 1f, never on terms; he's likely to stay 1m, which will make him easier to place at 3 yrs.
held up, effort over 2f out, stayed on approaching final 1f, never on terms
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5 (1) 5 (1) Frankie Dettori silk 2 3. DHABAB (IRE) 3. DHABAB (IRE) +4 <
96
88 Frankie Dettori 2 9-1 12/113 12/113
Frankie Dettori silk chg NO NAY NEVER (USA) 118+ - HABBAT REEH (IRE) MASTERCRAFTSMAN (IRE) 129 J: Frankie Dettori
T: John & Thady Gosden
Age: 2 Wgt: 9-1
John & Thady Gosden
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was an optimistic runner at this level, shorter in the market than he ought to have been, and he ran as well as could be expected, just not up to this grade, back at 7f; waited with, took keen hold, shaken up over 2f out, no extra over 1f out; he's probably not going to be easy to place next year.
waited with, shaken up over 2f out, no extra over 1f out
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6 (4) 6 (4) Ryan Moore silk ½ 5. GLOUNTHAUNE (IRE) 5. GLOUNTHAUNE (IRE) -7 <
95+
+4 > 87 Ryan Moore 2 9-1 20/121 20/121
Ryan Moore silk bc KODIAC 112 - KHAIMAH NAYEF (USA) 129 J: Ryan Moore
T: Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
Age: 2 Wgt: 9-1
Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
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was the sole representative of a stable that has such a good record in this race and had a similar profile to the Cheveley Park winner (not seen since an impressive winning debut very early in the season), but he appeared unfancied and ran as if the experience was still needed, running to a useful level nevertheless and a real scopey sort who should come into his own at 3 yrs; stumbled start, waited with, shaken up over 2f out, ran green, weakened under 2f out; he's entered in the Irish 2000 Guineas, 7f/1m likely to be the sort of trip he'll start off at next year.
stumbled start, waited with, shaken up over 2f out, ran green, weakened under 2f out
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7 (2) 7 (2) Rossa Ryan silk ¾ 6. GO BEARS GO (IRE) 6. GO BEARS GO (IRE) +19 <
92
+16 > 84 Rossa Ryan 2 9-1 11/112 11/112
Rossa Ryan silk bc KODI BEAR (IRE) 123 - IN DUBAI (USA) 91 GIANT'S CAUSEWAY (USA) 132 J: Rossa Ryan
T: David Loughnane
Age: 2 Wgt: 9-1
David Loughnane
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was below form for the first time in his career, and though he'd looked worth a try at 7f in the Middle Park, it didn't come off, lack of stamina likely to have been a factor, as well as just not being in quite the same form as previously; chased leaders, took keen hold, shaken up over 2f out, weakened over 1f out.
chased leaders, shaken up over 2f out, weakened over 1f out
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8 (8) 8 (8) C. T. Keane silk ½ 8. STRAIGHT ANSWER 8. STRAIGHT ANSWER +16 <
91
+15 > 83 C. T. Keane 2 9-1 6/17 6/17
C. T. Keane silk bc KODIAC 112 - STRAIGHT THINKING (USA) MIZZEN MAST (USA) 121 J: C. T. Keane
T: G. M. Lyons, Ireland
Age: 2 Wgt: 9-1 Eq: (t)
G. M. Lyons, Ireland (t)
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had looked a potential top-notcher in winning at listed level last time, so he was rather disappointing facing a much tougher assignment less than 3 weeks later, beaten before the longer trip came into play (should stay 7f); led 3f, chased leader after, weakened over 1f out; given the good impression he'd created in winning his first 2 starts, he could well bounce back next spring.
led 3f, chased leader after, weakened over 1f out
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All 8 ran.

Winning Owner: Godolphin

Time: 1m 24.82s Closing Sectional: (3f): 35.05s (103.7%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 112%, Betfair SP 99%

So often the decisive race in determining the top 2-y-o of the year, this renewal likely to be no different, allowing that the Futurity is among the races still to come, Native Trail already with form good enough to win an average running, not needing to better that against slightly weaker opposition than he'd faced at the Curragh, again his strength in the finish the key to his performance, fascinating to compare him with his stable-companion Coroebus in the Autumn Stakes earlier on the card, both earmarked for the Guineas in the spring, the last 5 winners of the Dewhurst all successful at Group 1 level again subsequently, though only the first of those, Churchill, in 2016, went on to win the Guineas back here; the field, for the first time over the 2 days, came right to the stand rail, a chance that that showed the runner-up to advantage, given how often it's been favoured in recent years, though he's been given full credit for his improved performance for now.

NATIVE TRAIL stood out on form and didn't need to improve further to gain a second win at this level, the best 2-y-o colt this year so far, a strapping physique which promises much for next year, the one concerning thing about him is that he doesn't travel as one would expect from his pretty speedy pedigree, almost the first off the bridle but strong from 2f out to wear down the leader; waited with, shaken up soon after halfway, switched over 1f out, stayed on to lead well inside final 1f, in command soon after, well on top finish; he shapes as if he will be at least as effective at 1m, even if that isn't so obvious from his pedigree, and the Guineas is the obvious target for next spring.

DUBAWI LEGEND (IRE) had had his big reputation dented in the Acomb, but showed it to be justified with a much-improved effort, a chance that he was at an advantage near the rail, but given full credit for now, plenty to like about his performance, getting all in trouble when he pressed on and overhauled only by the winner late on, every chance that he will progress again, a trip to the US an option later this autumn; close up, travelled well, led after 3f, shaken up 2f out, kept on, headed well inside final 1f, one paced; he's bred to be suited by 1m+.

BAYSIDE BOY (IRE) confirmed himself a smart 2-y-o in a much more satisfactory race than at Doncaster, taking a while to find his stride when asked, possibly due to the track, but seeing things out well, even if no threat to the first 2; held up, effort 2f out, hung right, stayed on inside final 1f, nearest at the finish; he will stay at least 1m.

BERKSHIRE SHADOW in first-time tongue strap, ran a good deal better than when favourite for the Gimcrack, more at home back at 7f, this at least as well as he's ever run; held up, effort over 2f out, stayed on approaching final 1f, never on terms; he's likely to stay 1m, which will make him easier to place at 3 yrs.

DHABAB (IRE) was an optimistic runner at this level, shorter in the market than he ought to have been, and he ran as well as could be expected, just not up to this grade, back at 7f; waited with, took keen hold, shaken up over 2f out, no extra over 1f out; he's probably not going to be easy to place next year.

GLOUNTHAUNE (IRE) was the sole representative of a stable that has such a good record in this race and had a similar profile to the Cheveley Park winner (not seen since an impressive winning debut very early in the season), but he appeared unfancied and ran as if the experience was still needed, running to a useful level nevertheless and a real scopey sort who should come into his own at 3 yrs; stumbled start, waited with, shaken up over 2f out, ran green, weakened under 2f out; he's entered in the Irish 2000 Guineas, 7f/1m likely to be the sort of trip he'll start off at next year.

GO BEARS GO (IRE) was below form for the first time in his career, and though he'd looked worth a try at 7f in the Middle Park, it didn't come off, lack of stamina likely to have been a factor, as well as just not being in quite the same form as previously; chased leaders, took keen hold, shaken up over 2f out, weakened over 1f out.

STRAIGHT ANSWER had looked a potential top-notcher in winning at listed level last time, so he was rather disappointing facing a much tougher assignment less than 3 weeks later, beaten before the longer trip came into play (should stay 7f); led 3f, chased leader after, weakened over 1f out; given the good impression he'd created in winning his first 2 starts, he could well bounce back next spring.