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13:5514:2515:0015:3516:1516:50 RACE REPLAY Watch race replay for JUDDMONTE INTERNATIONAL STAKES (Group 1) (1)
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15:35 Wednesday 21 August 2019

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 (7) 1 (7) Ryan Moore silk 8. JAPAN 8. JAPAN -11 <
124+
+2 > 114 Ryan Moore 3 8-13 5/16 5/16
Ryan Moore silk bc GALILEO (IRE) 134 - SHASTYE (IRE) 108 DANEHILL (USA) 126 J: Ryan Moore
T: Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
Age: 3 Wgt: 8-13
Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
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might have been only fourth in the Dante but is much improved since then, confirming himself the best middle-distance 3-y-o around with the way he eyeballed Crystal Ocean and emerged victorious, the long home straight suiting him well on this drop back in trip, taking time to really hit top stride even after first challenging under 2f out, getting upsides inside the final 1f and forcing his head in front in the final strides; despite his relative lack of experience there's clearly no questioning his heart or tenacity and, although the Irish Champion Stakes will test his credentials as a top-class 10f horse even more than this, he may well prove the biggest threat to Enable in the Arc, hard to believe he won't be better back over 1½m.
tracked pace, effort under 3f out, challenged under 2f out, upsides inside final 1f, stayed on to lead close home
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2 (4) 2 (4) James Doyle silk hd 2. CRYSTAL OCEAN 2. CRYSTAL OCEAN +8 <
124
113 James Doyle 5 9-6 11/102.1f 11/102.1f
James Doyle silk bh SEA THE STARS (IRE) 140 - CRYSTAL STAR 100 MARK OF ESTEEM (IRE) 137 J: James Doyle
T: Sir Michael Stoute
Age: 5 Wgt: 9-6
Sir Michael Stoute
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emerged on the wrong end of a fiercely-fought battle for the second time in a matter of weeks, dipping just slightly below the top-class level he'd produced in the Prince of Wales' Stakes and maintained in the King George, the quicker ground over this trip probably not quite ideal, not that he needs an excuse; close up, crossed after 1f or so and very briefly lit up, chased leader after, quickened to lead around 2f out, tackled inside final 1f, typically dug deep under pressure and only edged out in the dying strides; yet to finish worse than second in 6 Group 1 starts, he'll likely be the one to beat on form in the Champion Stakes back at Ascot
close up, quickened to lead around 2f out, tackled inside final 1f, edged out close home, dug deep
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3 (2) 3 (2) Jim Crowley silk 1 3. ELARQAM 3. ELARQAM +1 <
122+
-10 > 111 Jim Crowley 4 9-6 8/19 8/19
Jim Crowley silk bc FRANKEL 147 - ATTRACTION 125 EFISIO 120 J: Jim Crowley
T: Mark Johnston
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-6
Mark Johnston
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supplemented for this on the back of winning the York Stakes last month, ran at least as well as then to confirm himself a bonafide Group 1 horse, and he would have finished even closer to the first pair with a clear run; chased leaders, ridden under 3f out, took time to hit top stride but keeping on when met some trouble inside final 1f, switched inside final 100 yds and ran on, still looking to have a bit to give at the line, proposing a try over 1½m at some stage.
chased leaders, ridden under 3f out, keeping on when not clear run inside final 1f, switched final 100 yds, ran on
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4 (1) 4 (1) Frankie Dettori silk ¾ 9. KING OF COMEDY (IRE) 9. KING OF COMEDY (IRE) +1 <
120
-9 > 110 Frankie Dettori 3 8-13 4/15 4/15
Frankie Dettori silk bc KINGMAN 134 - STAGE PRESENCE (IRE) 95 SELKIRK (USA) 129 J: Frankie Dettori
T: John Gosden
Age: 3 Wgt: 8-13
John Gosden
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confirmed himself a smart horse 9 weeks on from looking unlucky in the St James's Palace Stakes, though he still has a fair bit of growing up to do if he's to fulfil his potential, not an easy ride over this longer trip; had his head in the air and dwelt at the start, mid-field, took strong hold, carried head bit high and didn't quicken when first asked but was keeping on when hung left 1f out, no extra and lost third very close home; is clearly very talented but it might just take all of his trainer's skill to get the best out of him.
dwelt, mid-field, keeping on when hung left 1f out, no extra only late
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5 (8) 5 (8) Richard Kingscote silk 5. REGAL REALITY 5. REGAL REALITY -6 <
117+
-17 > 107 Richard Kingscote 4 9-6 20/121 20/121
Richard Kingscote silk bg INTELLO (GER) 129 - REGAL REALM 104 MEDICEAN 128 J: Richard Kingscote
T: Sir Michael Stoute
Age: 4 Wgt: 9-6
Sir Michael Stoute
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back on firmer ground, produced a similar effort to in the Eclipse and can be rated as finishing a shade closer to the first 4 due to late trouble, though he'll probably have to be well placed if he's to win at the top level; dwelt, held up, progress under 3f out, keeping on when leant on by King of Comedy over 1f out, hampered inside final 1f, kept on.
dwelt, held up, progress under 3f out, keeping on when not clear run over 1f out, hampered inside final 1f, kept on
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6 (9) 6 (9) Daniel Tudhope silk nk 4. LORD GLITTERS (FR) 4. LORD GLITTERS (FR) -1 <
116
-15 > 106 Daniel Tudhope 6 9-6 25/126 25/126
Daniel Tudhope silk gr or rog WHIPPER (USA) 126 - LADY GLITTERS (FR) HOMME DE LOI (IRE) 120 J: Daniel Tudhope
T: David O'Meara
Age: 6 Wgt: 9-6
David O'Meara
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trying 1¼m for the first time in Britain, wasn't beaten by lack of stamina, just again never really in a position to challenge in a stronger Group 1 than the Queen Anne; patiently ridden, effort from 3f out, kept on gradually without ever landing a blow on principals.
held up, effort from 3f out, kept on gradually, never on terms
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7 (6) 7 (6) Donnacha O'Brien silk ¾ 7. CIRCUS MAXIMUS (IRE) 7. CIRCUS MAXIMUS (IRE) +6 <
115
+9 > 105 Donnacha O'Brien 3 8-13 12/113 12/113
Donnacha O'Brien silk bc GALILEO (IRE) 134 - DUNTLE (IRE) 117 DANEHILL DANCER (IRE) 117 J: Donnacha O'Brien
T: Aidan O'Brien, Ireland
Age: 3 Wgt: 8-13 Eq: (b)
Aidan O'Brien, Ireland (b)
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back up in trip, certainly wasn't disgraced form-wise, especially as his job seemed to be to set the pace for Japan, though he was rather brushed aside by Crystal Ocean and doesn't look a vintage Group 1 winner at present; soon led, ridden over 3f out, headed around 2f out, faded inside final 1f.
soon led, ridden over 3f out, headed around 2f out, faded inside final 1f
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8 (5) 8 (5) Oisin Murphy silk 1. CHEVAL GRAND (JPN) 1. CHEVAL GRAND (JPN) -4 <
112
-2 > 102 Oisin Murphy 7 9-6 28/129 28/129
Oisin Murphy silk chh HEART'S CRY (JPN) 127 - HALWA SWEET (JPN) MACHIAVELLIAN (USA) 123 J: Oisin Murphy
T: Yasuo Tomomichi, Japan
Age: 7 Wgt: 9-6
Yasuo Tomomichi, Japan
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ran a bit better form-wise than in the King George but was never likely to be a factor over this shorter trip; mid-division, shaken up well over 3f out, not quicken soon after, never involved, though was starting to plug on again at the death.
mid-division, shaken up over 3f out, not quicken soon after, never dangerous
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9 (3) 9 (3) Jason Watson silk 6. THUNDERING BLUE (USA) 6. THUNDERING BLUE (USA) +6 <
105
-3 > 95 Jason Watson 6 9-6 66/167 66/167
Jason Watson silk gr or rog EXCHANGE RATE (USA) 111 - RELAMPAGO AZUL (USA) FORESTRY (USA) 121 J: Jason Watson
T: David Menuisier
Age: 6 Wgt: 9-6
David Menuisier
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has struggled this year after his annus mirabilis in 2018, the highlight of which saw him finish third in this corresponding race, and he fared no better than at Saint-Cloud 7 weeks earlier; steadied at the start, dropped out, struggling 3f out, made no impression.
steadied start, dropped out, struggling 3f out, no impression
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All 9 ran. Race Distance Adjustment: +32 yds

Winning Owner: Mr D. Smith, Mrs J. Magnier, Mr M. Tabor

Time: 2m 7.77s Closing Sectional: (3.00f): 35.35s (104.3%)

Overrounds: Industry SP 117%, Betfair SP 101%

Perhaps not a Juddmonte for the ages, the proximity of Elarqam and Regal Reality in particular ensuring the race falls a touch below recent renewals, but a tremendous spectacle, another tooth-and-nail tussle hot on the heels of the King George, Crystal Ocean the common denominator in both races and once more he was carried out on his shield; as we have become accustomed to in recent years, this was much more of a generational clash than either the Eclipse or the aforementioned King George, Japan providing a welcome shot in the arm for the Classic crop in a year in which the middle-distance 3-y-os had hitherto fallen below par; the pace set by the winner's stablemate was even, helping to explain the rather heaped field in the latter stages, as does the rare sight these days of the field sticking to the far rail in the straight.

JAPAN might have been only fourth in the Dante but is much improved since then, confirming himself the best middle-distance 3-y-o around with the way he eyeballed Crystal Ocean and emerged victorious, the long home straight suiting him well on this drop back in trip, taking time to really hit top stride even after first challenging under 2f out, getting upsides inside the final 1f and forcing his head in front in the final strides; despite his relative lack of experience there's clearly no questioning his heart or tenacity and, although the Irish Champion Stakes will test his credentials as a top-class 10f horse even more than this, he may well prove the biggest threat to Enable in the Arc, hard to believe he won't be better back over 1½m.

CRYSTAL OCEAN emerged on the wrong end of a fiercely-fought battle for the second time in a matter of weeks, dipping just slightly below the top-class level he'd produced in the Prince of Wales' Stakes and maintained in the King George, the quicker ground over this trip probably not quite ideal, not that he needs an excuse; close up, crossed after 1f or so and very briefly lit up, chased leader after, quickened to lead around 2f out, tackled inside final 1f, typically dug deep under pressure and only edged out in the dying strides; yet to finish worse than second in 6 Group 1 starts, he'll likely be the one to beat on form in the Champion Stakes back at Ascot

ELARQAM supplemented for this on the back of winning the York Stakes last month, ran at least as well as then to confirm himself a bonafide Group 1 horse, and he would have finished even closer to the first pair with a clear run; chased leaders, ridden under 3f out, took time to hit top stride but keeping on when met some trouble inside final 1f, switched inside final 100 yds and ran on, still looking to have a bit to give at the line, proposing a try over 1½m at some stage.

KING OF COMEDY (IRE) confirmed himself a smart horse 9 weeks on from looking unlucky in the St James's Palace Stakes, though he still has a fair bit of growing up to do if he's to fulfil his potential, not an easy ride over this longer trip; had his head in the air and dwelt at the start, mid-field, took strong hold, carried head bit high and didn't quicken when first asked but was keeping on when hung left 1f out, no extra and lost third very close home; is clearly very talented but it might just take all of his trainer's skill to get the best out of him.

REGAL REALITY back on firmer ground, produced a similar effort to in the Eclipse and can be rated as finishing a shade closer to the first 4 due to late trouble, though he'll probably have to be well placed if he's to win at the top level; dwelt, held up, progress under 3f out, keeping on when leant on by King of Comedy over 1f out, hampered inside final 1f, kept on.

LORD GLITTERS (FR) trying 1¼m for the first time in Britain, wasn't beaten by lack of stamina, just again never really in a position to challenge in a stronger Group 1 than the Queen Anne; patiently ridden, effort from 3f out, kept on gradually without ever landing a blow on principals.

CIRCUS MAXIMUS (IRE) back up in trip, certainly wasn't disgraced form-wise, especially as his job seemed to be to set the pace for Japan, though he was rather brushed aside by Crystal Ocean and doesn't look a vintage Group 1 winner at present; soon led, ridden over 3f out, headed around 2f out, faded inside final 1f.

CHEVAL GRAND (JPN) ran a bit better form-wise than in the King George but was never likely to be a factor over this shorter trip; mid-division, shaken up well over 3f out, not quicken soon after, never involved, though was starting to plug on again at the death.

THUNDERING BLUE (USA) has struggled this year after his annus mirabilis in 2018, the highlight of which saw him finish third in this corresponding race, and he fared no better than at Saint-Cloud 7 weeks earlier; steadied at the start, dropped out, struggling 3f out, made no impression.