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15:40 Friday 21 August 2015

COOLMORE NUNTHORPE STAKES (Group 1) (1)

Distance : 5f
Prize : £310,000 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 (10) 1 (10) Paul Mulrennan silk 18. MECCA'S ANGEL (IRE) 18. MECCA'S ANGEL (IRE) -15 <
129+
> -9 129 Paul Mulrennan 4 9-10 15/28.5 15/28.5
Paul Mulrennan silk grf DARK ANGEL (IRE) 113 - FOLGA 104 ATRAF 116 J: Paul Mulrennan
T: Michael Dods
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-10
Michael Dods
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had the going more in her favour than when coming unstuck on good to firm at the Curragh last time and made her Group 1 breakthrough at the first attempt, putting up as good an effort as there's been in this race for many a year, a welcome shot in the arm for a division that has lacked a standout performer this season, that situation well and truly rectified after this, head and shoulders above the other leading 5f performers and sure to remain hard to beat wherever connections let her take her chance (won't be risked on firmish going again, though this confirms that she isn't absolutely reliant on ground with soft in the description); always prominent in the centre of the track, it became clear soon after 2f out that she was the only one making any ground on the runner-up, and there was an inevitability that her challenge inside the final 1f would take her to the front, getting there in the last 50 yards and extending her advantage over Acapulco (who was herself maintaining her lead over the rest) at the line; this was a first Group 1 win for both trainer Michael Dods and jockey Paul Mulrennan, though they may not have to wait long for a second, with the Abbaye an obvious autumn target, the Flying Five also mentioned as an option.
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2 (4) 2 (4) Irad Ortiz Jr silk 2 20. ACAPULCO (USA) 20. ACAPULCO (USA) +4 <
112+
> -24 114 Irad Ortiz Jr 2 8-0 13/82.62f 13/82.62f
Irad Ortiz Jr silk chf SCAT DADDY (USA) 120 - GLOBAL FINANCE (USA) END SWEEP (USA) J: Irad Ortiz Jr
T: Wesley A. Ward, USA
Age: 2 Wgt: 8-0 Eq: (b+t)
Wesley A. Ward, USA (b+t)
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so impressive in the Queen Mary 9 weeks earlier and the clear pick of the weights judged on that effort in receipt of the generous 2-y-o allowance, couldn't justify favouritism this time but didn't do anything wrong, maybe not quite hitting the same level of form at Ascot faced with conditions that weren't so firm though still giving the rest a pretty comprehensive beating and just unlucky to bump into one that announced herself a top-notcher; the blazing speed she showed at Ascot was again on display, quickly tanking along a length or so clear towards the far side, having all bar the winner covered when shaken up 1f but unable to resist that one inside the final 100 yards, seemingly coming to the end of her tether near the finish, though still 2 lengths clear of the rest; the form of her Queen Mary win remains the best shown by any 2-y-o filly so far this season and there are surely more races to be won with her on either side of the Atlantic, and while her style of racing strongly suggests this is her trip, it's worth pointing out that her trainer had success stretching out 2 previous apparent speedballs in No Nay Never and Hootenanny.
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3 (5) 3 (5) David Allan silk 2 16. MATTMU 16. MATTMU +2 <
112+
> -44 116 David Allan 3 9-11 12/113 12/113
David Allan silk bc INDESATCHEL (IRE) 120 - KATIE BOO (IRE) 92 NAMID 128 J: David Allan
T: Tim Easterby
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-11 Eq: (s)
Tim Easterby (s)
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really is a likeable type and ran well on his first crack at a Group 1, no match for the first 2 but doing easily enough to show that he's to winning some more good prizes himself; always well placed chasing the leaders on the far side, he couldn't find a change of gear when asked 2f out but kept on well, holding off a pair of Group 1 winners in Sole Power and Goldream to secure third.
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4 (3) 4 (3) Frankie Dettori silk ½ 11. SOLE POWER 11. SOLE POWER +6 <
110+
> +7 115 Frankie Dettori 8 9-13 8/19 8/19
Frankie Dettori silk brg KYLLACHY 129 - DEMERGER (USA) DISTANT VIEW (USA) 126 J: Frankie Dettori
T: Edward Lynam, Ireland
Age: 8 Wgt: 9-13
Edward Lynam, Ireland
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maybe isn't quite the force of old, though a Group 1 win in Dubai earlier in the year shows there's still at least a very smart effort in his locker, and he went as if still in good form bidding to win this race for the third time, not finding the leaders coming back and faring best of those held up on ground that perhaps doesn't see him to absolute maximum effect, making headway over 1f out and running on without ever threatening to get to the leaders, still overturning King's Stand with the likes of Goldream and Muthmir.
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5 (7) 5 (7) Martin Harley silk hd 1. GOLDREAM 1. GOLDREAM +10 <
109
> +12 114 Martin Harley 6 9-13 20/121 20/121
Martin Harley silk brg OASIS DREAM 129 - CLIZIA (IRE) MACHIAVELLIAN (USA) 123 J: Martin Harley
T: Robert Cowell
Age: 6 Wgt: 9-13 Eq: (s)
Robert Cowell (s)
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still looked in good nick 9 weeks on from the King's Stand, perhaps just coming up short in a Group 1 that took a good bit more winning than that one did, though it's arguable that he's at his most effective under firmer conditions; prominent, ridden 2f out, one paced.
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6 (12) 6 (12) Paul Hanagan silk 9. MUTHMIR (IRE) 9. MUTHMIR (IRE) +17 <
103
> +10 109 Paul Hanagan 5 9-13 13/27.5 13/27.5
Paul Hanagan silk bg INVINCIBLE SPIRIT (IRE) 121 - FAIRY OF THE NIGHT (IRE) 107 DANEHILL (USA) 126 J: Paul Hanagan
T: William Haggas
Age: 5 Wgt: 9-13
William Haggas
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wasn't in the same form as at Goodwood 3 weeks earlier, that effort admittedly not well advertised here, though it's possible his turn of speed was blunted by conditions that weren't so firm, shaping that way to an extent, unable to quicken off the bridle after slipstreaming the winner going well to 2f out.
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7 (11) 7 (11) Jamie Spencer silk ns 19. WIND FIRE (USA) 19. WIND FIRE (USA) +9 <
100+
> +12 106 Jamie Spencer 4 9-10 33/134 33/134
Jamie Spencer silk b f DISTORTED HUMOR (USA) 117 - A P DREAM (USA) A P INDY (USA) 131 J: Jamie Spencer
T: David Brown
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-10
David Brown
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isn't a Group 1 sprinter but shaped as if still in good form from a position that probably wasn't ideal, away from the pace nearer the stand side; mid-division, ridden over 2f out, one paced, never landed a blow.
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8 (16) 8 (16) Oisin Murphy silk 10. PEARL SECRET 10. PEARL SECRET -17 <
96+
> -10 104 Oisin Murphy 6 9-13 20/121 20/121
Oisin Murphy silk chh COMPTON PLACE 125 - OUR LITTLE SECRET (IRE) 104 ROSSINI (USA) 118 J: Oisin Murphy
T: David Barron
Age: 6 Wgt: 9-13
David Barron
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was back at the right trip after 9 weeks off but was never got involved after being dropped right out, making some late inroads to suggest he's probably in reasonable form.
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9 (13) 9 (13) Daniel Tudhope silk 7. MOVE IN TIME 7. MOVE IN TIME +30 <
83+
> +33 93 Daniel Tudhope 7 9-13 20/121 20/121
Daniel Tudhope silk chg MONSIEUR BOND (IRE) 120 - TIBESTI MACHIAVELLIAN (USA) 123 J: Daniel Tudhope
T: David O'Meara
Age: 7 Wgt: 9-13
David O'Meara
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was well held, ridden more patiently than usual and never in it; he'll surely bounce right back.
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10 (2) 10 (2) James Doyle silk ns 17. PROFITABLE (IRE) 17. PROFITABLE (IRE) +26 <
83
> +16 93 James Doyle 3 9-11 20/121 20/121
James Doyle silk bc INVINCIBLE SPIRIT (IRE) 121 - DANI RIDGE (IRE) 92d INDIAN RIDGE 123 J: James Doyle
T: Clive Cox
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-11
Clive Cox
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was well held after 9 weeks off, as much as anything not up to the task and probably better judged on previous form; mid-division, effort 2f out, made no impression.
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11 (8) 11 (8) Graham Gibbons silk 15. COTAI GLORY 15. COTAI GLORY +31 <
71
> +44 83 Graham Gibbons 3 9-11 25/126 25/126
Graham Gibbons silk chc EXCEED AND EXCEL (AUS) 126 - CONTINUA (USA) ELUSIVE QUALITY (USA) J: Graham Gibbons
T: Charles Hills
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-11
Charles Hills
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was well held, not yet good enough, also away from good to firm ground for the first time; prominent, ridden 2f out, weakened final 1f.
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12 (17) 12 (17) Dane O'Neill silk 8. MUSIC MASTER 8. MUSIC MASTER +47 <
63+
> +42 77 Dane O'Neill 5 9-13 25/126 25/126
Dane O'Neill silk b h PICCOLO 121 - TWILIGHT MISTRESS 84 BIN AJWAAD (IRE) 119 J: Dane O'Neill
T: Henry Candy
Age: 5 Wgt: 9-13
Henry Candy
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had no chance after being dropped right out from an unfavourable high draw, all in all best not juged too harshly.
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13 (9) 13 (9) Phillip Makin silk ¾ 5. MEDICEAN MAN 5. MEDICEAN MAN +60 <
59
> +45 74 Phillip Makin 9 9-13 40/141 40/141
Phillip Makin silk chg MEDICEAN 128 - KALINDI 102 EFISIO 120 J: Phillip Makin
T: Jeremy Gask
Age: 9 Wgt: 9-13 Eq: (s+t)
Jeremy Gask (s+t)
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ran poorly 9 weeks on from his big effort in the King's Stand, just not in the same form in what proved a much tougher Group 1, having been seen to maximum effect at Ascot; mid-division, ridden over 2f out, soon beaten.
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14 (1) 14 (1) William Buick silk nk 3. JUSTINEO 3. JUSTINEO +45 <
58
> +44 73 William Buick 6 9-13 66/167 66/167
William Buick silk b h OASIS DREAM 129 - LOULWA (IRE) 103 MONTJEU (IRE) 137 J: William Buick
T: Roger Varian
Age: 6 Wgt: 9-13
Roger Varian
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is a listed-class sprinter and predictably struggled with his sights raised this high; prominent, weakened over 1f out.
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15 (14) 15 (14) Ioritz Mendizabal silk ½ 6. MIRZA 6. MIRZA +62 <
55
> +48 71 Ioritz Mendizabal 8 9-13 50/151 50/151
Ioritz Mendizabal silk bg OASIS DREAM 129 - MILLYANT 114 PRIMO DOMINIE 121 J: Ioritz Mendizabal
T: Rae Guest
Age: 8 Wgt: 9-13 Eq: (s)
Rae Guest (s)
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was run off his feet having a rare run on home shores in a much better race than those he's been winning on the continent, never remotely in it.
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16 (15) 16 (15) Hayley Turner silk 2. JUSTICE DAY (IRE) 2. JUSTICE DAY (IRE) +76 <
33
> +83 53 Hayley Turner 4 9-13 66/167 66/167
Hayley Turner silk b c ACCLAMATION 118 - ROCK EXHIBITION 86 ROCK OF GIBRALTAR (IRE) 133 J: Hayley Turner
T: David Elsworth
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-13
David Elsworth
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wasn't well placed but nor was he remotely up to the task; held up, ridden halfway, soon beaten; he shaped okay in a handicap last time and will be much more interesting back at that level.
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17 (6) 17 (6) Silvestre De Sousa silk 1 14. CANNY KOOL 14. CANNY KOOL +77 <
28
> +72 49 Silvestre De Sousa 3 9-11 66/167 66/167
Silvestre De Sousa silk bg KHELEYF (USA) 116 - KOOL ACCLAIM 75 ROYAL APPLAUSE 124 J: Silvestre De Sousa
T: Brian Ellison
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-11
Brian Ellison
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wasn't up to this better company; mid-division, weakened 2f out, eased.
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18 (18) 18 (18) Graham Lee silk 4. LINE OF REASON (IRE) 4. LINE OF REASON (IRE) <
> 34 Graham Lee 5 9-13 50/151 50/151
Graham Lee silk brg KHELEYF (USA) 116 - MISS PARTY LINE (USA) PHONE TRICK (USA) J: Graham Lee
T: Paul Midgley
Age: 5 Wgt: 9-13
Paul Midgley
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again had little luck with the draw, and for all he didn't run much of a race (always behind towards the stand side), is probably better judged on previous form.
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pu (20) pu (20) Martin Dwyer silk 12. STEPPER POINT 12. STEPPER POINT <
> Martin Dwyer 6 9-13 40/141 40/141
Martin Dwyer silk bg KYLLACHY 129 - SACRE COEUR 90p COMPTON PLACE 125 J: Martin Dwyer
T: William Muir
Age: 6 Wgt: 9-13 Eq: (s)
William Muir (s)
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had no chance from where he raced nearest the stand side but was amiss anyway; worst of draw, mid-division, off the bridle long way out, hung left, pulled up final 1f, bled.
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Non Runners: TAKE COVER.

Winning Owner: Mr David T. J. Metcalfe

Time: 57.24s Closing Sectional: (3.00f): 33.85s (101.5%)

A big field of 19 for a cracking edition of the Nunthorpe, several among them already proven at this level, with extra interest added by the presence of the American-trained 2-y-o Acapulco, who dominated the market in receipt of upwards of 24 lb all around and did the same for much of the race, blasting out in front towards the far side and having any number of smart or better sprinters in trouble over 1f out, the winner the only one able to bridge the gap and reaching a level - even on a fairly conservative view - that has her putting up the best effort in this race since Oasis Dream in 2003, the form without question high-class and maybe even better than that, illustrating that there exists a class divide between the real top-notch sprinters and those that have progressed through handicaps to win plenty of races at this level over the years; with the pace focussed among the low numbers a high draw proved a disadvantage, while a tailwind combined with the speed-favouring track ensured those ridden from off the pace were never in the hunt, going some way to explain why such a large majority of the field were well below form; a delay to the start caused by Take Cover bursting through his stall and having to be withdrawn might well have adversely affected some, not that anything obviously boiled over.

MECCA'S ANGEL (IRE) had the going more in her favour than when coming unstuck on good to firm at the Curragh last time and made her Group 1 breakthrough at the first attempt, putting up as good an effort as there's been in this race for many a year, a welcome shot in the arm for a division that has lacked a standout performer this season, that situation well and truly rectified after this, head and shoulders above the other leading 5f performers and sure to remain hard to beat wherever connections let her take her chance (won't be risked on firmish going again, though this confirms that she isn't absolutely reliant on ground with soft in the description); always prominent in the centre of the track, it became clear soon after 2f out that she was the only one making any ground on the runner-up, and there was an inevitability that her challenge inside the final 1f would take her to the front, getting there in the last 50 yards and extending her advantage over Acapulco (who was herself maintaining her lead over the rest) at the line; this was a first Group 1 win for both trainer Michael Dods and jockey Paul Mulrennan, though they may not have to wait long for a second, with the Abbaye an obvious autumn target, the Flying Five also mentioned as an option.

ACAPULCO (USA) so impressive in the Queen Mary 9 weeks earlier and the clear pick of the weights judged on that effort in receipt of the generous 2-y-o allowance, couldn't justify favouritism this time but didn't do anything wrong, maybe not quite hitting the same level of form at Ascot faced with conditions that weren't so firm though still giving the rest a pretty comprehensive beating and just unlucky to bump into one that announced herself a top-notcher; the blazing speed she showed at Ascot was again on display, quickly tanking along a length or so clear towards the far side, having all bar the winner covered when shaken up 1f but unable to resist that one inside the final 100 yards, seemingly coming to the end of her tether near the finish, though still 2 lengths clear of the rest; the form of her Queen Mary win remains the best shown by any 2-y-o filly so far this season and there are surely more races to be won with her on either side of the Atlantic, and while her style of racing strongly suggests this is her trip, it's worth pointing out that her trainer had success stretching out 2 previous apparent speedballs in No Nay Never and Hootenanny.

MATTMU really is a likeable type and ran well on his first crack at a Group 1, no match for the first 2 but doing easily enough to show that he's to winning some more good prizes himself; always well placed chasing the leaders on the far side, he couldn't find a change of gear when asked 2f out but kept on well, holding off a pair of Group 1 winners in Sole Power and Goldream to secure third.

SOLE POWER maybe isn't quite the force of old, though a Group 1 win in Dubai earlier in the year shows there's still at least a very smart effort in his locker, and he went as if still in good form bidding to win this race for the third time, not finding the leaders coming back and faring best of those held up on ground that perhaps doesn't see him to absolute maximum effect, making headway over 1f out and running on without ever threatening to get to the leaders, still overturning King's Stand with the likes of Goldream and Muthmir.

GOLDREAM still looked in good nick 9 weeks on from the King's Stand, perhaps just coming up short in a Group 1 that took a good bit more winning than that one did, though it's arguable that he's at his most effective under firmer conditions; prominent, ridden 2f out, one paced.

MUTHMIR (IRE) wasn't in the same form as at Goodwood 3 weeks earlier, that effort admittedly not well advertised here, though it's possible his turn of speed was blunted by conditions that weren't so firm, shaping that way to an extent, unable to quicken off the bridle after slipstreaming the winner going well to 2f out.

WIND FIRE (USA) isn't a Group 1 sprinter but shaped as if still in good form from a position that probably wasn't ideal, away from the pace nearer the stand side; mid-division, ridden over 2f out, one paced, never landed a blow.

PEARL SECRET was back at the right trip after 9 weeks off but was never got involved after being dropped right out, making some late inroads to suggest he's probably in reasonable form.

MOVE IN TIME was well held, ridden more patiently than usual and never in it; he'll surely bounce right back.

PROFITABLE (IRE) was well held after 9 weeks off, as much as anything not up to the task and probably better judged on previous form; mid-division, effort 2f out, made no impression.

COTAI GLORY was well held, not yet good enough, also away from good to firm ground for the first time; prominent, ridden 2f out, weakened final 1f.

MUSIC MASTER had no chance after being dropped right out from an unfavourable high draw, all in all best not juged too harshly.

MEDICEAN MAN ran poorly 9 weeks on from his big effort in the King's Stand, just not in the same form in what proved a much tougher Group 1, having been seen to maximum effect at Ascot; mid-division, ridden over 2f out, soon beaten.

JUSTINEO is a listed-class sprinter and predictably struggled with his sights raised this high; prominent, weakened over 1f out.

MIRZA was run off his feet having a rare run on home shores in a much better race than those he's been winning on the continent, never remotely in it.

JUSTICE DAY (IRE) wasn't well placed but nor was he remotely up to the task; held up, ridden halfway, soon beaten; he shaped okay in a handicap last time and will be much more interesting back at that level.

CANNY KOOL wasn't up to this better company; mid-division, weakened 2f out, eased.

LINE OF REASON (IRE) again had little luck with the draw, and for all he didn't run much of a race (always behind towards the stand side), is probably better judged on previous form.

STEPPER POINT had no chance from where he raced nearest the stand side but was amiss anyway; worst of draw, mid-division, off the bridle long way out, hung left, pulled up final 1f, bled.