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15:40 Wednesday 20 August 2014

JUDDMONTE INTERNATIONAL STAKES (Group 1) (1)

Distance : 1m 2f 88y
Prize : £800,000 Age : 3yo+ Race Type : Flat Surface : Turf Going : Gd/Frm
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) Joseph O'Brien silk 4. AUSTRALIA 4. AUSTRALIA -10 <
131+
> -3 110 Joseph O'Brien 3 8-12 8/131.61f 8/131.61f BSP
Joseph O'Brien silk chc GALILEO (IRE) 134 - OUIJA BOARD 125 CAPE CROSS (IRE) 129 J: Joseph O'Brien
T: Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
Age: 3 Wgt: 8-12
Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
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had already established himself as the leading middle-distance 3-y-o with comfortable wins in the Derby and Irish Derby but had more on his plate here, up against a couple of high-class older horses in Telescope and Mukhadram, and, although neither of them were at their best on the day, Australia took his form to the next level as he impressively gained a third Group 1 win of the season stepping out of his own age group for the first time, unsurprisingly having more than enough speed to cope with the drop back 2f in trip and stamping himself as the top-class colt that he's looked all along, value for a little bit more than the 2-length winning margin; despite concerns raised by his trainer in the lead up to the race Australia looked in excellent condition after an 8-week break, perhaps helped by that having been on the go since Newmarket in the spring, and typically didn't turn a hair in the preliminaries - he has a fine temperament to go along with all of his ability - and it was another exceptionally smooth performance too, always travelling strongly in rear and making headway on the bridle from 3f out, produced to lead over 1f out and quickening clear, just given a couple of taps of the whip when drifting off a true line inside the final 1f but winning readily; the Arc looks the obvious main end-of-season target at this point in time and, whilst that would be his toughest, deepest challenge to date, he'd clearly hold very strong claims, whilst in the interim the Irish Champion Stakes ought to provide a more simple opportunity for another top-level success.
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2 (2) 2 (2) Richard Hughes silk 2 6. THE GREY GATSBY (IRE) 6. THE GREY GATSBY (IRE) -24 <
127
> 0 106 Richard Hughes 3 8-12 12/113 12/113 BSP
Richard Hughes silk grc MASTERCRAFTSMAN (IRE) 129 - MARIE VISON (IRE) 103 ENTREPRENEUR 123 J: Richard Hughes
T: Kevin Ryan
Age: 3 Wgt: 8-12
Kevin Ryan
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has surpassed all expectations since running down the field in the 2000 Guineas, his only subsequent blip coming on unsuitably soft ground in France last time, but otherwise he's been most progressive since upped to middle distances and this was another step up in performance terms on what he'd done in the French Derby, underlining that he is a genuine Group 1 performer; held up with only Australia behind, he was shaken up 3f out and responded well, chasing the winner inside the final 1f and, though no match for him, pulling clear of Telescope in third; he should stay 1½m looking at how he saw this out, which increases his options.
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3 (5) 3 (5) Ryan Moore silk 2. TELESCOPE (IRE) 2. TELESCOPE (IRE) +3 <
122
> -2 102 Ryan Moore 4 9-6 5/16 5/16 BSP
Ryan Moore silk b c GALILEO (IRE) 134 - VELOUETTE DARSHAAN 133 J: Ryan Moore
T: Sir Michael Stoute
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-6
Sir Michael Stoute
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might have been feeling the effects slightly of a hard race in the King George just over 3 weeks ago, running respectably but not quite at his very best this time, unable to see things out so strongly as a pair of 3-y-os that arrived here fresher than him; in touch, ridden over 2f out, every chance over 1f out but was one paced; he's had an excellent summer, scaling new heights, showing a level of form that would sometimes be good enough to win a Group 1, and he can be expected to be fully back on song if freshened up for something like the Champion Stakes in the autumn.
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4 (4) 4 (4) Paul Hanagan silk 1. MUKHADRAM 1. MUKHADRAM +10 <
115
> -2 95 Paul Hanagan 5 9-6 5/16 5/16 BSP
Paul Hanagan silk b h SHAMARDAL (USA) 129 - MAGIC TREE (UAE) 52p TIMBER COUNTRY (USA) 124p J: Paul Hanagan
T: William Haggas
Age: 5 Wgt: 9-6
William Haggas
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had the toughest July of all of these, putting up big efforts to win the Eclipse and be third in the King George, and that was probably telling as he ran below form here, not helped either by pulling too hard without a lead early, in front on sufferance for the first 1f until Kingfisher took it up, leading again over 2f out until approaching the final 1f, then faltering, finishing tired; he'll benefit from a break before an Autumn target, perhaps likely to meet the second/third again in the Champion Stakes.
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5 (3) 5 (3) Jamie Spencer silk 3. AROD (IRE) 3. AROD (IRE) +2 <
113
> -1 93 Jamie Spencer 3 8-12 20/121 20/121 BSP
Jamie Spencer silk bc TEOFILO (IRE) 126 - MY PERSONAL SPACE (USA) 80 RAHY (USA) 115 J: Jamie Spencer
T: Peter Chapple-Hyam
Age: 3 Wgt: 8-12
Peter Chapple-Hyam
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is a smart performer who may well be able to win a pattern race at some stage, but right now he's no Group 1 horse and ran about as well as could be expected in face of this stiff task; prominent, not settle fully, close up over 2f out, weakened inside final 1f; could do with sights lowering again next.
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6 (1) 6 (1) Seamie Heffernan silk 5. KINGFISHER (IRE) 5. KINGFISHER (IRE) +9 <
107
> -15 88 Seamie Heffernan 3 8-12 100/1101 100/1101 BSP
Seamie Heffernan silk bc GALILEO (IRE) 134 - MYSTICAL LADY (IRE) 106 HALLING (USA) 133 J: Seamie Heffernan
T: Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
Age: 3 Wgt: 8-12
Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
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was probably flattered by the level of form he seemed to show in the Irish Derby and was beaten a lot further by stablemate Australia this time, used as a pacemaker again, in front after 1f until over 2f out before fading.
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All 6 ran.

Winning Owner: D Smith/Mrs J Magnier/M Tabor/T Ah Khing

Time: 2m 7.35s

A small but select field for the 2014 Juddmonte International, not attracting any challengers outside of Britain and Ireland this year, but the presence of dual Derby winner Australia raised the bar, clashing with a couple of the leading older horses in Telescope and Eclipse-winner Mukhadram, who'd finished second and third respectively in the King George at Ascot last month; in the event, neither of that pair were at their best, but Australia still put up a performance that is bettered only by Frankel in recent renewals of this prestigious Group 1; it took 1f or so for Ballydoyle's second string, Kingfisher, to get to the front, and the early pace was modest even after he'd taken it up, things cranking up fully only once they were into the straight, hence an overall time that's nothing special, but there was no positional/tactical bias, with the first two still managing to come from the back of the pack.

AUSTRALIA had already established himself as the leading middle-distance 3-y-o with comfortable wins in the Derby and Irish Derby but had more on his plate here, up against a couple of high-class older horses in Telescope and Mukhadram, and, although neither of them were at their best on the day, Australia took his form to the next level as he impressively gained a third Group 1 win of the season stepping out of his own age group for the first time, unsurprisingly having more than enough speed to cope with the drop back 2f in trip and stamping himself as the top-class colt that he's looked all along, value for a little bit more than the 2-length winning margin; despite concerns raised by his trainer in the lead up to the race Australia looked in excellent condition after an 8-week break, perhaps helped by that having been on the go since Newmarket in the spring, and typically didn't turn a hair in the preliminaries - he has a fine temperament to go along with all of his ability - and it was another exceptionally smooth performance too, always travelling strongly in rear and making headway on the bridle from 3f out, produced to lead over 1f out and quickening clear, just given a couple of taps of the whip when drifting off a true line inside the final 1f but winning readily; the Arc looks the obvious main end-of-season target at this point in time and, whilst that would be his toughest, deepest challenge to date, he'd clearly hold very strong claims, whilst in the interim the Irish Champion Stakes ought to provide a more simple opportunity for another top-level success.

THE GREY GATSBY (IRE) has surpassed all expectations since running down the field in the 2000 Guineas, his only subsequent blip coming on unsuitably soft ground in France last time, but otherwise he's been most progressive since upped to middle distances and this was another step up in performance terms on what he'd done in the French Derby, underlining that he is a genuine Group 1 performer; held up with only Australia behind, he was shaken up 3f out and responded well, chasing the winner inside the final 1f and, though no match for him, pulling clear of Telescope in third; he should stay 1½m looking at how he saw this out, which increases his options.

TELESCOPE (IRE) might have been feeling the effects slightly of a hard race in the King George just over 3 weeks ago, running respectably but not quite at his very best this time, unable to see things out so strongly as a pair of 3-y-os that arrived here fresher than him; in touch, ridden over 2f out, every chance over 1f out but was one paced; he's had an excellent summer, scaling new heights, showing a level of form that would sometimes be good enough to win a Group 1, and he can be expected to be fully back on song if freshened up for something like the Champion Stakes in the autumn.

MUKHADRAM had the toughest July of all of these, putting up big efforts to win the Eclipse and be third in the King George, and that was probably telling as he ran below form here, not helped either by pulling too hard without a lead early, in front on sufferance for the first 1f until Kingfisher took it up, leading again over 2f out until approaching the final 1f, then faltering, finishing tired; he'll benefit from a break before an Autumn target, perhaps likely to meet the second/third again in the Champion Stakes.

AROD (IRE) is a smart performer who may well be able to win a pattern race at some stage, but right now he's no Group 1 horse and ran about as well as could be expected in face of this stiff task; prominent, not settle fully, close up over 2f out, weakened inside final 1f; could do with sights lowering again next.

KINGFISHER (IRE) was probably flattered by the level of form he seemed to show in the Irish Derby and was beaten a lot further by stablemate Australia this time, used as a pacemaker again, in front after 1f until over 2f out before fading.