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YORK 15:35

13:5514:2515:0015:3516:1516:50
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15:35 Friday 25 August 2017

COOLMORE NUNTHORPE STAKES (Group 1) (1)

Distance : 5f
Prize : £198,485 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 (8) 1 (8) Luke Morris silk 10. MARSHA (IRE) 10. MARSHA (IRE) -14 <
130
> -18 125 Luke Morris 4 9-8 8/19 8/19
Luke Morris silk bf ACCLAMATION 118 - MARLINKA 95 MARJU (IRE) 127 J: Luke Morris
T: Sir Mark Prescott Bt
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-8
Sir Mark Prescott Bt
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had run good races in defeat since defying a penalty in the Palace House without having quite built on that win as had looked likely, but this was her stage to do just that, back at a track where she'd put up one of her best previous performances (only 0.19 seconds outside of Dayjur's course record when winning here last summer), and, under a good ride in this very strongly-run race that suited perfectly, she produced a career best and achieved the top-class rating that on occasions she'd threatened; she was bumped at the start but it made no difference and she was in touch after 1f, going with enthusiasm covered up and getting an ideal tow into the race, making headway over 1f out and soon second with Lady Aurelia to aim at, edging left towards her and staying on to lead right on the post; she's very tough and genuine and will have a big chance of winning the Abbaye again in the autumn.
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2 (3) 2 (3) Frankie Dettori silk ns 12. LADY AURELIA (USA) 12. LADY AURELIA (USA) 0 <
131+
> -31 126 Frankie Dettori 3 9-6 10/111.9f 10/111.9f
Frankie Dettori silk bf SCAT DADDY (USA) 120 - D'WILDCAT SPEED (USA) FOREST WILDCAT (USA) 120 J: Frankie Dettori
T: Wesley A. Ward, USA
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-6
Wesley A. Ward, USA
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is a brilliant 5f filly and, although she was edged out and didn't quite repeat her Kings Stand performance, this was another top-class effort and she shaped like the best horse in the race, taking nothing whatsoever away from Marsha, but Lady Aurelia went so fast making most of the running and was out on her own for a long time, doing a bit too much too soon which made her vulnerable late; she broke well and soon led travelling strongly, on the bridle until well inside the penultimate furlong, and when shaken up she quickened at least 2 lengths clear, worn down well inside final 1f and collared on the post, almost 4 lengths clear of the rest; wherever she goes next time she'll be tough to beat.
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3 (4) 3 (4) Silvestre De Sousa silk 2. COTAI GLORY 2. COTAI GLORY -18 <
116
> -20 113 Silvestre De Sousa 5 9-11 50/151 50/151
Silvestre De Sousa silk chh EXCEED AND EXCEL (AUS) 126 - CONTINUA (USA) ELUSIVE QUALITY (USA) J: Silvestre De Sousa
T: Charles Hills
Age: 5 Wgt: 9-11
Charles Hills
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was a good fourth in this 12 months ago and bounced back to something like his best to hit the frame again; held up, headway under pressure soon after halfway, stayed on, took third final 100 yds.
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4 (9) 4 (9) Jim Crowley silk 9. BATTAASH (IRE) 9. BATTAASH (IRE) +26 <
110
> +26 108 Jim Crowley 3 9-9 11/43.75 11/43.75
Jim Crowley silk bg DARK ANGEL (IRE) 113 - ANNA LAW (IRE) - LAWMAN (FR) 121 J: Jim Crowley
T: Charles Hills
Age: 3 Wgt: 9-9
Charles Hills
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has loads of ability but still his share of temperament on this evidence, getting too worked up before the race to be able to perform, edgy even when getting saddled up and playing up badly at the start, taking several minutes to load up, and all of it took its toll in the race; he showed his good speed to race prominently but was less relaxed than at Sandown/Goodwood, taking a strong hold, and though close up until under 2f out he faltered inside the last and looked tired at the line.
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5 (2) 5 (2) Adam Kirby silk sh 11. PRICELESS 11. PRICELESS -20 <
106
> -3 104 Adam Kirby 4 9-8 33/134 33/134
Adam Kirby silk bf EXCEED AND EXCEL (AUS) 126 - MOLLY BROWN 95 RUDIMENTARY (USA) 118 J: Adam Kirby
T: Clive Cox
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-8
Clive Cox
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isn't in the same league as the principals but got back on track after a couple of disappointing efforts and could just do with her sights lowering again; in touch, ridden 2f out, kept on.
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6 (1) 6 (1) James Doyle silk ½ 6. PROFITABLE (IRE) 6. PROFITABLE (IRE) +16 <
107+
> +7 105 James Doyle 5 9-11 8/19 8/19
James Doyle silk bh INVINCIBLE SPIRIT (IRE) 121 - DANI RIDGE (IRE) 92d INDIAN RIDGE 123 J: James Doyle
T: Clive Cox
Age: 5 Wgt: 9-11
Clive Cox
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had finished ahead of Marsha at both Royal Ascot and Goodwood and wasn't seen to best effect here, not well placed on the far wing, making headway from off the pace 2f out but one paced and never dangerous.
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7 (12) 7 (12) Paul Mulrennan silk 1 4. FINAL VENTURE 4. FINAL VENTURE -3 <
103+
> +6 101 Paul Mulrennan 5 9-11 40/141 40/141
Paul Mulrennan silk bg EQUIANO (FR) 127 - SHARPLAW VENTURE 95 POLAR FALCON (USA) 126 J: Paul Mulrennan
T: Paul Midgley
Age: 5 Wgt: 9-11
Paul Midgley
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faced a stiff task and was closer to the pace than ideal, his last 2 efforts not necessarily an indication he's gone off the boil; close up, ridden soon after halfway, weakened over 1f out.
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8 (5) 8 (5) Graham Lee silk sh 1. ALPHA DELPHINI 1. ALPHA DELPHINI +4 <
102
> +1 101 Graham Lee 6 9-11 50/151 50/151
Graham Lee silk bg CAPTAIN GERRARD (IRE) 113 - EASY TO IMAGINE (USA) COZZENE (USA) J: Graham Lee
T: Bryan Smart
Age: 6 Wgt: 9-11 Eq: (s)
Bryan Smart (s)
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probably remains in form and was just taken a bit out of his comfort zone on the day, not really up to this level; chased leaders, outpaced halfway, weakened over 1f out.
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9 (10) 9 (10) Martin Harley silk nk 5. GOLDREAM 5. GOLDREAM -8 <
101
> -13 100 Martin Harley 8 9-11 66/167 66/167
Martin Harley silk brg OASIS DREAM 129 - CLIZIA (IRE) MACHIAVELLIAN (USA) 123 J: Martin Harley
T: Robert Cowell
Age: 8 Wgt: 9-11 Eq: (v)
Robert Cowell (v)
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fared no better in first-time visor and isn't up to this class anymore; slowly into stride, struggling halfway, never on terms.
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10 (7) 10 (7) Ryan Moore silk 3 8. WASHINGTON DC (IRE) 8. WASHINGTON DC (IRE) +26 <
88
> +14 88 Ryan Moore 4 9-11 20/121 20/121
Ryan Moore silk bc ZOFFANY (IRE) 121 - HOW'S SHE CUTTIN' (IRE) 99 SHINKO FOREST (IRE) J: Ryan Moore
T: Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-11 Eq: (b+t)
Aidan O'Brien, Ireland (b+t)
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can have a line put through this run; hampered start, soon detached, always behind.
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11 (6) 11 (6) David Allan silk ns 7. TAKE COVER 7. TAKE COVER +27 <
88
> +25 88 David Allan 10 9-11 25/126 25/126
David Allan silk bg SINGSPIEL (IRE) 133 - ENCHANTED 99 MAGIC RING (IRE) 115p J: David Allan
T: David C. Griffiths
Age: 10 Wgt: 9-11
David C. Griffiths
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ran one of lesser races but will soon bounce back; close up, ridden halfway, weakened under 2f out.
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Non Runners: DUKE OF FIRENZE.

Winning Owner: Elite Racing Club

Time: 57.97s Closing Sectional: (3.00f): 34.50s (100.8%)

The Nunthorpe is Britain's premier 5f race and this was a much-anticipated renewal that brought together Lady Aurelia and Battaash who'd both produced outstanding performances on their most recent starts, putting them well clear on the adjusted pre-race Timeform ratings with both of them having comfortably accounted for last year's Kings Stand and Abbaye winners Profitable and Marsha at Royal Ascot and Goodwood respectively, and with that high-class pair again in opposition there was real strength in depth to the race; they predictably went flat out from the moment the stalls opened and it did indeed develop into a fantastic head-to-head, but Lady Aurelia had Marsha to worry about rather than Battaash, and with the US filly having gone hard and ended up a little in isolation towards the far side of centre she was run down, the first 2 pulling almost 4 lengths clear and both running to a top-class level of form, which has rarely happened in a British sprint; the ground was good but there was still a bit of ease in it after the heavy rain earlier in the week and under the conditions the overall time was fairly quick.

MARSHA (IRE) had run good races in defeat since defying a penalty in the Palace House without having quite built on that win as had looked likely, but this was her stage to do just that, back at a track where she'd put up one of her best previous performances (only 0.19 seconds outside of Dayjur's course record when winning here last summer), and, under a good ride in this very strongly-run race that suited perfectly, she produced a career best and achieved the top-class rating that on occasions she'd threatened; she was bumped at the start but it made no difference and she was in touch after 1f, going with enthusiasm covered up and getting an ideal tow into the race, making headway over 1f out and soon second with Lady Aurelia to aim at, edging left towards her and staying on to lead right on the post; she's very tough and genuine and will have a big chance of winning the Abbaye again in the autumn.

LADY AURELIA (USA) is a brilliant 5f filly and, although she was edged out and didn't quite repeat her Kings Stand performance, this was another top-class effort and she shaped like the best horse in the race, taking nothing whatsoever away from Marsha, but Lady Aurelia went so fast making most of the running and was out on her own for a long time, doing a bit too much too soon which made her vulnerable late; she broke well and soon led travelling strongly, on the bridle until well inside the penultimate furlong, and when shaken up she quickened at least 2 lengths clear, worn down well inside final 1f and collared on the post, almost 4 lengths clear of the rest; wherever she goes next time she'll be tough to beat.

COTAI GLORY was a good fourth in this 12 months ago and bounced back to something like his best to hit the frame again; held up, headway under pressure soon after halfway, stayed on, took third final 100 yds.

BATTAASH (IRE) has loads of ability but still his share of temperament on this evidence, getting too worked up before the race to be able to perform, edgy even when getting saddled up and playing up badly at the start, taking several minutes to load up, and all of it took its toll in the race; he showed his good speed to race prominently but was less relaxed than at Sandown/Goodwood, taking a strong hold, and though close up until under 2f out he faltered inside the last and looked tired at the line.

PRICELESS isn't in the same league as the principals but got back on track after a couple of disappointing efforts and could just do with her sights lowering again; in touch, ridden 2f out, kept on.

PROFITABLE (IRE) had finished ahead of Marsha at both Royal Ascot and Goodwood and wasn't seen to best effect here, not well placed on the far wing, making headway from off the pace 2f out but one paced and never dangerous.

FINAL VENTURE faced a stiff task and was closer to the pace than ideal, his last 2 efforts not necessarily an indication he's gone off the boil; close up, ridden soon after halfway, weakened over 1f out.

ALPHA DELPHINI probably remains in form and was just taken a bit out of his comfort zone on the day, not really up to this level; chased leaders, outpaced halfway, weakened over 1f out.

GOLDREAM fared no better in first-time visor and isn't up to this class anymore; slowly into stride, struggling halfway, never on terms.

WASHINGTON DC (IRE) can have a line put through this run; hampered start, soon detached, always behind.

TAKE COVER ran one of lesser races but will soon bounce back; close up, ridden halfway, weakened under 2f out.