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15:00 Thursday 22 September 2022

TATTERSALLS STAKES (Somerville) (Group 3) (1)

Distance : 7f
Prize : £34,026 Age : 2yo 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 (2) 1 (2) Ryan Moore silk 3. NOSTRUM 3. NOSTRUM -21 <
112+
-1 > 93 Ryan Moore 2 9-2 7/42.75 7/42.75
Ryan Moore silk bc KINGMAN 134 - MIRROR LAKE 112 DUBAI DESTINATION (USA) 127 J: Ryan Moore
T: Sir Michael Stoute
Age: 2 Wgt: 9-2
Sir Michael Stoute
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after 9 weeks off, built on the considerable promise of his debut, despite still looking very much in need of experience; tracked pace, travelled well, led under 3f out, shaken up 2f out, wandered and ran green, ridden final 1f, ran on; he's an exciting prospect, no doubt a Guineas candidate for next spring, the Dewhurst a possible third outing for this campaign, though given his size and stage of mental development, connections might be tempted to skip that option.
tracked pace, led under 3f out, shaken up 2f out, wandered, ran green, ridden final 1f, ran on
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2 (3) 2 (3) Daniel Tudhope silk 2. HOLLOWAY BOY 2. HOLLOWAY BOY -2 <
108
-3 > 90 Daniel Tudhope 2 9-2 11/43.75 11/43.75
Daniel Tudhope silk chc ULYSSES (IRE) 130 - SULTRY PIVOTAL 124 J: Daniel Tudhope
T: K. R. Burke
Age: 2 Wgt: 9-2
K. R. Burke
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found one too good again, but acquitted himself well against a horse with classic potential, likely to be more of a stayer himself, the Futurity clearly an option, with the trip set to suit; held up, travelled well, challenged 2f out, shaken up over 1f out, kept on final 1f.
held up, challenged 2f out, shaken up over 1f out, kept on final 1f
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3 (1) 3 (1) William Buick silk 3 4. VICTORY DANCE (IRE) 4. VICTORY DANCE (IRE) -2 <
99
81 William Buick 2 9-2 5/42.25f 5/42.25f
William Buick silk brc DUBAWI (IRE) 129 - DANE STREET (USA) 103 STREET CRY (IRE) 130 J: William Buick
T: Charlie Appleby
Age: 2 Wgt: 9-2
Charlie Appleby
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came up short back in pattern company, excuses on the day not obvious, perhaps the emphasis on speed at the trip not in his favour, certainly lacking a turn of foot, ready for a step up to 1m; held up, shaken up over 2f out, not quicken; he's clearly held in quite high regard for a stable with a lot of depth in the division, so shouldn't be written off.
held up, shaken up over 2f out, not quicken
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4 (4) 4 (4) John Egan silk 15 1. ABRAVAGGIO (IRE) 1. ABRAVAGGIO (IRE) -20 <
54
39 John Egan 2 9-2 200/1201 200/1201
John Egan silk bg CARAVAGGIO (USA) 126 - THREE CHOIRS (IRE) 76 ROCK OF GIBRALTAR (IRE) 133 J: John Egan
T: George Margarson
Age: 2 Wgt: 9-2
George Margarson
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was out of his depth, though he got more for finishing fourth than the runner-up did in the novice he contested on debut; led, shaken up halfway, headed 3f out, lost place soon after.
led, shaken up halfway, headed 3f out, lost place soon after
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All 4 ran.

Winning Owner: Juddmonte

Time: 1m 25.01s Closing Sectional: (3f): 34.05s (107%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 108%, Betfair SP 101.4%

There were just the 3 serious runners, but they were clearly promising with plenty to like about them on paper and they looked closely matched, the winner, the least experienced and still green, producing a smart effort on just his second start and looking a colt with a bright future, the form looking up to scratch for a race that is often a strong Group 3, last year's winner Modern Games with 3 Group/Grade 1 successes to his name since; the pace was steady, the race developing in the last 2f, the sectionals suggesting a positive view of the form.

NOSTRUM after 9 weeks off, built on the considerable promise of his debut, despite still looking very much in need of experience; tracked pace, travelled well, led under 3f out, shaken up 2f out, wandered and ran green, ridden final 1f, ran on; he's an exciting prospect, no doubt a Guineas candidate for next spring, the Dewhurst a possible third outing for this campaign, though given his size and stage of mental development, connections might be tempted to skip that option.

HOLLOWAY BOY found one too good again, but acquitted himself well against a horse with classic potential, likely to be more of a stayer himself, the Futurity clearly an option, with the trip set to suit; held up, travelled well, challenged 2f out, shaken up over 1f out, kept on final 1f.

VICTORY DANCE (IRE) came up short back in pattern company, excuses on the day not obvious, perhaps the emphasis on speed at the trip not in his favour, certainly lacking a turn of foot, ready for a step up to 1m; held up, shaken up over 2f out, not quicken; he's clearly held in quite high regard for a stable with a lot of depth in the division, so shouldn't be written off.

ABRAVAGGIO (IRE) was out of his depth, though he got more for finishing fourth than the runner-up did in the novice he contested on debut; led, shaken up halfway, headed 3f out, lost place soon after.