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YORK 15:35

13:5514:2515:0015:3516:1516:50
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15:35 Wednesday 22 August 2018

JUDDMONTE INTERNATIONAL STAKES (Group 1) (1)

Distance : 1m 2f 56y
Prize : £602,544 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 (4) 1 (4) Oisin Murphy silk 6. ROARING LION (USA) 6. ROARING LION (USA) -6 <
130
-6 > 114 Oisin Murphy 3 8-13 3/14 3/14
Oisin Murphy silk gr or roc KITTEN'S JOY (USA) 128 - VIONNET (USA) STREET SENSE (USA) 128 J: Oisin Murphy
T: John Gosden
Age: 3 Wgt: 8-13
John Gosden
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had looked a potentially top-class colt over this trip when bolting up in the Dante in the spring and back over the same C&D he put up a much more spectacular display than when edging a tight finish to the Eclipse 7 weeks earlier, the flat track here complimenting his strong-travelling style perfectly, having far too much pace for Poet's Word and the rest to cope with even if that main rival met some trouble; tracked pace, tanked along, headway to lead over 1f out, quickened clear and had plenty in hand; he'll be tough to beat in the Irish Champion Stakes next month, assuming ground conditions aren't too testing and he takes his chance at Leopardstown - he's a fluent moving colt, so far unraced on soft/heavy ground, and such conditions may blunt his speed and acceleration.
tracked pace, headway to lead over 1f out, quickened clear, plenty in hand
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2 (6) 2 (6) James Doyle silk 2. POET'S WORD (IRE) 2. POET'S WORD (IRE) +5 <
123
107 James Doyle 5 9-6 8/52.6f 8/52.6f
James Doyle silk bh POET'S VOICE 126 - WHIRLY BIRD 101 NASHWAN (USA) 135 J: James Doyle
T: Sir Michael Stoute
Age: 5 Wgt: 9-6
Sir Michael Stoute
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is one of the horses of 2018 already and this defeat isn't so representative of him as his 2 top-class Ascot wins, the track not so much his bag, especially on fast ground at 1¼m, that more the issue than the minor interference met, plus such a big effort in the King George had perhaps taken the edge off him slightly; chased leaders, ridden when short of room over 3f out, switched over 1f out, took second inside final 1f but no impression on winner; there's time to freshen up before the big autumn Group 1s and he's sure to be a big player in the Champion Stakes back at Ascot, second to Cracksman in that race in 2017 but much improved this term.
chased leaders, ridden when short of room over 3f out, switched over 1f out, took second final 1f, no impression on winner
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3 (7) 3 (7) Fran Berry silk ½ 3. THUNDERING BLUE (USA) 3. THUNDERING BLUE (USA) -5 <
122+
-4 > 106 Fran Berry 5 9-6 50/151 50/151
Fran Berry silk gr or rog EXCHANGE RATE (USA) 111 - RELAMPAGO AZUL (USA) FORESTRY (USA) 121 J: Fran Berry
T: David Menuisier
Age: 5 Wgt: 9-6
David Menuisier
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had optimum conditions, twice a C&D winner already this season, including in last month's York Stakes, and he more than justified connections decision to supplement for this at a cost of £75,000 by producing another personal best in a campaign that's been full of them, in no way flattered, quite the opposite if anything as came from last place in a race that wasn't strongly run; dropped out, headway over 2f out, stayed on well, never nearer and would've got second in another 50 yards; he's not certain to repeat this form in other Group 1s away from York, however, given the excellent record he's built here.
dropped out, headway over 2f out, stayed on well, never nearer
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4 (1) 4 (1) Ryan Moore silk 7. SAXON WARRIOR (JPN) 7. SAXON WARRIOR (JPN) +4 <
120
+4 > 104 Ryan Moore 3 8-13 9/25.5 9/25.5
Ryan Moore silk bc DEEP IMPACT (JPN) 134 - MAYBE (IRE) 117p GALILEO (IRE) 134 J: Ryan Moore
T: Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
Age: 3 Wgt: 8-13
Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
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ran a race akin to his season as a whole since the 2000 Guineas, not disgraced, hitting the frame in another Group 1, but underwhelming when considering what he seemed destined for as an unbeaten colt back in the spring, unable to even muster a challenge to his old rival Roaring Lion on this occasion; held up, headway out wide 3f out, chased leaders 2f out but was one paced and not a serious win threat; aside from Alpha Centauri the miling division in Europe lacks strength in depth at the moment and maybe his best chance of further Group 1 success will come back down in trip, worth remembering that he is unbeaten over 1m and also on softer than good (handled testing ground well in the Beresford Stakes last year), making the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes an interesting autumn option.
held up, headway wide 3f out, chased leaders 2f out, one paced
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5 (2) 5 (2) Jim Crowley silk ¾ 1. BENBATL 1. BENBATL +7 <
118
+5 > 103 Jim Crowley 4 9-6 10/111 10/111
Jim Crowley silk bc DUBAWI (IRE) 129 - NAHRAIN 119 SELKIRK (USA) 129 J: Jim Crowley
T: Saeed bin Suroor
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-6 Eq: (t)
Saeed bin Suroor (t)
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beat a significantly weaker field than this at Munich last month but wasn't quite at his peak anyway, reported to have been struck into which offers an excuse; tracked pace, headway to lead over 2f out, headed over 1f out, faded.
tracked pace, headway to lead over 2f out, headed over 1f out, faded
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6 (5) 6 (5) Frankie Dettori silk 1 8. WITHOUT PAROLE 8. WITHOUT PAROLE -9 <
116+
+3 > 101 Frankie Dettori 3 8-13 14/115 14/115
Frankie Dettori silk bc FRANKEL 147 - WITHOUT YOU BABE (USA) LEMON DROP KID (USA) 131 J: Frankie Dettori
T: John Gosden
Age: 3 Wgt: 8-13
John Gosden
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hasn't kicked on from his St James' Palace win but wasn't seen to best effect here, leaving the impression a stronger pace would've suited even though he was up in trip, and Dettori wasn't hard on him; mid-division, not quicken over 2f out, made little impression.
mid-division, not quicken over 2f out, little impression
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7 (8) 7 (8) W. M. Lordan silk 5. LATROBE (IRE) 5. LATROBE (IRE) +11 <
108
+10 > 93 W. M. Lordan 3 8-13 12/113 12/113
W. M. Lordan silk brc CAMELOT 128 - QUESTION TIMES 97 SHAMARDAL (USA) 129 J: W. M. Lordan
T: Joseph Patrick O'Brien, Ireland
Age: 3 Wgt: 8-13
Joseph Patrick O'Brien, Ireland
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is better than this, the drop in trip against him, especially with how the race developed, and he wasn't persevered with once held; close up, outpaced 3f out, dropped away.
close up, outpaced 3f out, dropped away
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8 (3) 8 (3) Christophe Soumillon silk 4. THUNDER SNOW (IRE) 4. THUNDER SNOW (IRE) +25 <
103
+17 > 88 Christophe Soumillon 4 9-6 16/117 16/117
Christophe Soumillon silk bc HELMET (AUS) 127 - EASTERN JOY DUBAI DESTINATION (USA) 127 J: Christophe Soumillon
T: Saeed bin Suroor
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-6 Eq: (s)
Saeed bin Suroor (s)
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possibly needed the run 5 months on from his Dubai World Cup win and reportedly lost 2 shoes as well; led until over 2f out, weakened.
led until over 2f out, weakened
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All 8 ran. Race Distance Adjustment: +32 yds

Winning Owner: Qatar Racing Limited

Time: 2m 7.7s Closing Sectional: (3.00f): 34.35s (107.3%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 113%, Betfair SP 100.8%

Over many years now the Juddmonte International has earnt its reputation as one of the deepest Group 1s of the summer and a fitting field of 8 turned up for the 2018 renewal, with all bar one of them successful at the top level already in the calender year, and it was more of a clash of the generations than either the Eclipse or King George had been the month previous, bringing together some of the top 3-y-o talent with high-achieving older horses like Thunder Snow, Benbatl and Poet's Word, who was sent off favourite after putting up what was hitherto the best middle-distance performance of 2018 in the King George; Thunder Snow wasn't pressed for the lead early, resulting in a modest pace, an impression backed up by the fast finishing sectional, the field cramming for the stand rail as things developed in earnest up the straight, but only Poet's Word briefly lost momentum in the pack and that made no difference to the result.

ROARING LION (USA) had looked a potentially top-class colt over this trip when bolting up in the Dante in the spring and back over the same C&D he put up a much more spectacular display than when edging a tight finish to the Eclipse 7 weeks earlier, the flat track here complimenting his strong-travelling style perfectly, having far too much pace for Poet's Word and the rest to cope with even if that main rival met some trouble; tracked pace, tanked along, headway to lead over 1f out, quickened clear and had plenty in hand; he'll be tough to beat in the Irish Champion Stakes next month, assuming ground conditions aren't too testing and he takes his chance at Leopardstown - he's a fluent moving colt, so far unraced on soft/heavy ground, and such conditions may blunt his speed and acceleration.

POET'S WORD (IRE) is one of the horses of 2018 already and this defeat isn't so representative of him as his 2 top-class Ascot wins, the track not so much his bag, especially on fast ground at 1¼m, that more the issue than the minor interference met, plus such a big effort in the King George had perhaps taken the edge off him slightly; chased leaders, ridden when short of room over 3f out, switched over 1f out, took second inside final 1f but no impression on winner; there's time to freshen up before the big autumn Group 1s and he's sure to be a big player in the Champion Stakes back at Ascot, second to Cracksman in that race in 2017 but much improved this term.

THUNDERING BLUE (USA) had optimum conditions, twice a C&D winner already this season, including in last month's York Stakes, and he more than justified connections decision to supplement for this at a cost of £75,000 by producing another personal best in a campaign that's been full of them, in no way flattered, quite the opposite if anything as came from last place in a race that wasn't strongly run; dropped out, headway over 2f out, stayed on well, never nearer and would've got second in another 50 yards; he's not certain to repeat this form in other Group 1s away from York, however, given the excellent record he's built here.

SAXON WARRIOR (JPN) ran a race akin to his season as a whole since the 2000 Guineas, not disgraced, hitting the frame in another Group 1, but underwhelming when considering what he seemed destined for as an unbeaten colt back in the spring, unable to even muster a challenge to his old rival Roaring Lion on this occasion; held up, headway out wide 3f out, chased leaders 2f out but was one paced and not a serious win threat; aside from Alpha Centauri the miling division in Europe lacks strength in depth at the moment and maybe his best chance of further Group 1 success will come back down in trip, worth remembering that he is unbeaten over 1m and also on softer than good (handled testing ground well in the Beresford Stakes last year), making the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes an interesting autumn option.

BENBATL beat a significantly weaker field than this at Munich last month but wasn't quite at his peak anyway, reported to have been struck into which offers an excuse; tracked pace, headway to lead over 2f out, headed over 1f out, faded.

WITHOUT PAROLE hasn't kicked on from his St James' Palace win but wasn't seen to best effect here, leaving the impression a stronger pace would've suited even though he was up in trip, and Dettori wasn't hard on him; mid-division, not quicken over 2f out, made little impression.

LATROBE (IRE) is better than this, the drop in trip against him, especially with how the race developed, and he wasn't persevered with once held; close up, outpaced 3f out, dropped away.

THUNDER SNOW (IRE) possibly needed the run 5 months on from his Dubai World Cup win and reportedly lost 2 shoes as well; led until over 2f out, weakened.