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15:10 Saturday 22 August 2015

IRISH THOROUGHBRED MARKETING GIMCRACK STAKES (Group 2) (1)

Distance : 6f
Prize : £220,000 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 (9) 1 (9) Graham Gibbons silk 2. AJAYA 2. AJAYA -1 <
116
> -7 116 Graham Gibbons 2 9-0 7/24.5 7/24.5 BSP
Graham Gibbons silk bc INVINCIBLE SPIRIT (IRE) 121 - NESSINA (USA) HENNESSY (USA) 122 J: Graham Gibbons
T: William Haggas
Age: 2 Wgt: 9-0
William Haggas
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might be more in the mould of a good 2-y-o than foundation-laying 3-y-o like Muhaarar amongst Gimcrack winners, and he didn't have much to beat in the event, though doing it decisively, quickening on over 1f out, the race won and hard work done by the time the second closed the gap on him at the end, Ajaya seeing out the longest trip he faced but essentially winning it through speed, the culmination of run-to-run improvement and growing up fast courtesy of big days at Royal Ascot and France; chances in the Middle Park will depend largely on whether Shalaa turns up, the standout 2-y-o so far.
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2 (5) 2 (5) Tony Hamilton silk 8. RIBCHESTER (IRE) 8. RIBCHESTER (IRE) -32 <
111+
> +7 112 Tony Hamilton 2 9-0 25/126 25/126 BSP
Tony Hamilton silk bc IFFRAAJ 127 - MUJARAH (IRE) 59p MARJU (IRE) 127 J: Tony Hamilton
T: Richard Fahey
Age: 2 Wgt: 9-0
Richard Fahey
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thrown in at the deep end, justified it with a big performance, held up and by no means outpaced, seemingly ridden to pick up any pieces, and plenty came his way, still only seventh over 1f out before called upon, more left than the rest, even gaining on the winner late on.
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3 (4) 3 (4) Pat Cosgrave silk 2 7. RAUCOUS 7. RAUCOUS -10 <
104+
> -7 106 Pat Cosgrave 2 9-0 17/29.5 17/29.5 BSP
Pat Cosgrave silk bg DREAM AHEAD (USA) 133 - SHYRL 98 ACCLAMATION 118 J: Pat Cosgrave
T: William Haggas
Age: 2 Wgt: 9-0
William Haggas
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gave the impression he's the one out of the field with the most potential, only so much to be learnt from beating a total of 4 rivals on his first 2 starts, far less streetwise than his winning stable companion, apparent from the off, slowly away and soon niggled, but really warming to the task by the finish, a race like this bound to teach him plenty, a depth of improvement still in him, which may come to fruition this back-end but definitely will next year.
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4 (7) 4 (7) Frankie Dettori silk 5. KING OF ROOKS 5. KING OF ROOKS +10 <
95
> -20 98 Frankie Dettori 2 9-0 11/26.5 11/26.5 BSP
Frankie Dettori silk bg ACCLAMATION 118 - SLAP SHOT (IRE) 115 LYCIUS (USA) 124 J: Frankie Dettori
T: Richard Hannon
Age: 2 Wgt: 9-0
Richard Hannon
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looks increasingly as if his peak has been and gone, way back in May in the National Stakes, sideways steps in the Norfolk and Molecomb followed by a backward one here reverting to 6f, the trip only a side issue, uncomfortable from halfway, his effort short-lived, no real spark about him this day, the rough ground by this stage of the meeting a possible factor.
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5 (1) 5 (1) James Doyle silk 1 9. STEADY PACE 9. STEADY PACE +11 <
91
> +20 94 James Doyle 2 9-0 4/15 4/15 BSP
James Doyle silk bg DARK ANGEL (IRE) 113 - COOL KITTEN (IRE) 65 ONE COOL CAT (USA) 123 J: James Doyle
T: Saeed bin Suroor
Age: 2 Wgt: 9-0
Saeed bin Suroor
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series of hard races might have caught up with him by this stage, curling up inside the final 1f, an awkward head carriage extra evidence that something just wasn't right with him; he sits on some of the strongest 2-y-o formlines, but that may be him done for the season.
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6 (6) 6 (6) Graham Lee silk ½ 3. AREEN (IRE) 3. AREEN (IRE) +16 <
90
> -8 92 Graham Lee 2 9-0 12/113 12/113 BSP
Graham Lee silk bc KODIAC 112 - FALCOLNRY (IRE) 86 HAWK WING (USA) 136 J: Graham Lee
T: Kevin Ryan
Age: 2 Wgt: 9-0
Kevin Ryan
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had been only 2 lengths behind Ajaya in the Prix Robert Papin, but not once in his career so far has he backed up, almost certainly some underlying temperament there, finding less than promised this time; his attitude doesn't match his ability.
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7 (3) 7 (3) Edgar S. Prado silk ½ 4. FINNEGAN (IRE) 4. FINNEGAN (IRE) +5 <
88
91 Edgar S. Prado 2 9-0 11/43.75f 11/43.75f BSP
Edgar S. Prado silk chc UNBRIDLED'S SONG (USA) 125 - UNTOUCHED TALENT (USA) 110 STORM CAT (USA) J: Edgar S. Prado
T: Wesley A. Ward, USA
Age: 2 Wgt: 9-0 Eq: (t)
Wesley A. Ward, USA (t)
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might have been a different proposition had he been able to run in the Coventry as intended (got colic on the day), the very fast ground at Royal Ascot probably more up his street than these conditions, showing plenty of power and speed up to a point, making the running, but a spent force 1f out; the trainer rarely gets it wrong with what he selects for Britain, and the fact he was favourite said something; tongue tied here, he'd been blinkered on his debut (second on dirt) before winning decisively on turf at Pimiloco in May, a lot of water passing under the bridge since then.
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8 (2) 8 (2) William Buick silk 15 6. ODE TO EVENING 6. ODE TO EVENING +63 <
33
> +70 41 William Buick 2 9-0 12/113 12/113 BSP
William Buick silk chc POET'S VOICE 126 - EVER LOVE (BRZ) NEDAWI 126 J: William Buick
T: Mark Johnston
Age: 2 Wgt: 9-0
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possibly had some setback to have been absent since the Coventry (fifth) and was literally way off the pace returning, soon detached, too bad to be true.
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Non Runners: BURATINO (IRE).

Winning Owner: Saleh Al Homaizi & Imad Al Sagar

Time: 1m 10.96s Closing Sectional: (3.00f): 35.80s (99.1%)

Something of a diluted Gimcrack, Buratino a withdrawal on the day and American challenger Finnegan amongst the several who misfired on the day, leaving it to Ajaya and him alone to drag the race up to standard, a once-raced maiden coming through for second from off the pace, the third likewise staying on from the back, not obvious that the leaders - headed by Finnegan - went hard but that's the way it played out.

AJAYA might be more in the mould of a good 2-y-o than foundation-laying 3-y-o like Muhaarar amongst Gimcrack winners, and he didn't have much to beat in the event, though doing it decisively, quickening on over 1f out, the race won and hard work done by the time the second closed the gap on him at the end, Ajaya seeing out the longest trip he faced but essentially winning it through speed, the culmination of run-to-run improvement and growing up fast courtesy of big days at Royal Ascot and France; chances in the Middle Park will depend largely on whether Shalaa turns up, the standout 2-y-o so far.

RIBCHESTER (IRE) thrown in at the deep end, justified it with a big performance, held up and by no means outpaced, seemingly ridden to pick up any pieces, and plenty came his way, still only seventh over 1f out before called upon, more left than the rest, even gaining on the winner late on.

RAUCOUS gave the impression he's the one out of the field with the most potential, only so much to be learnt from beating a total of 4 rivals on his first 2 starts, far less streetwise than his winning stable companion, apparent from the off, slowly away and soon niggled, but really warming to the task by the finish, a race like this bound to teach him plenty, a depth of improvement still in him, which may come to fruition this back-end but definitely will next year.

KING OF ROOKS looks increasingly as if his peak has been and gone, way back in May in the National Stakes, sideways steps in the Norfolk and Molecomb followed by a backward one here reverting to 6f, the trip only a side issue, uncomfortable from halfway, his effort short-lived, no real spark about him this day, the rough ground by this stage of the meeting a possible factor.

STEADY PACE series of hard races might have caught up with him by this stage, curling up inside the final 1f, an awkward head carriage extra evidence that something just wasn't right with him; he sits on some of the strongest 2-y-o formlines, but that may be him done for the season.

AREEN (IRE) had been only 2 lengths behind Ajaya in the Prix Robert Papin, but not once in his career so far has he backed up, almost certainly some underlying temperament there, finding less than promised this time; his attitude doesn't match his ability.

FINNEGAN (IRE) might have been a different proposition had he been able to run in the Coventry as intended (got colic on the day), the very fast ground at Royal Ascot probably more up his street than these conditions, showing plenty of power and speed up to a point, making the running, but a spent force 1f out; the trainer rarely gets it wrong with what he selects for Britain, and the fact he was favourite said something; tongue tied here, he'd been blinkered on his debut (second on dirt) before winning decisively on turf at Pimiloco in May, a lot of water passing under the bridge since then.

ODE TO EVENING possibly had some setback to have been absent since the Coventry (fifth) and was literally way off the pace returning, soon detached, too bad to be true.