Tuesday, July 8, 2003
NEWMARKET JULY MEETING 2003
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FIRST DAY, TUESDAY, JULY 8
NO WATERING TONIGHT
The course will not be watered this evening and remains good, good to firm in places.
Clerk of the course Michael Prosser explained that “to a man the jockeys have called it good, fast ground. They were very complimentary about it and the last thing I want to do is to make the track false or loose.
“The forecast is for it to be overcast tonight and misty in the morning, with temperatures rising to 24c (78f) tomorrow afternoon.
“There is a possibility of some low pressure on Thursday, but I shall talk to John Kettley, who always advises us about the forecast, and see what he thinks is going to happen.”
HOT TNT JULY STAKES IN PROSPECT
A top-class renewal of tomorrow’s Group 2 TNT July Stakes looks guaranteed with a Royal Ascot scorer and a Derby day winner among the eight declared runners.
Holborn looked a colt of real potential when leaving a strong field in his wake en route to glory in the Windsor Castle Stakes at Royal Ascot.
But the son of Green Desert, trained by Mick Channon, will have his work cut out if he is to defy Park View Love - such a game victor in the Woodcote Stakes at Epsom.
And with Mark Johnston’s two-year-olds so difficult to oppose at the moment, it will take a good one to beat dual winner Park View Love.
Another interesting runner is Byron, who looked a really smart sort when pulling clear to win a decent Newmarket maiden over course and distance last month.
Also Farewell Gift is highly thought of by his handler Richard Hannon and appeared a colt of potential when finishing second to the Aidan O’Brien hotpot Grand Reward at Newbury in May.
The claims of Milk It Mick should not be lightly dismissed, either. He finished third behind Pearl Of Love in the Chesham Stakes at Royal Ascot.
Royal Ascot form will also be well represented in the Group 2 Stan James Falmouth Stakes, with Sandringham Stakes winner Hold To Ransom and Macadamia, who took the Royal Hunt Cup, among the eight runners.
Waldmark will seek to get her campaign back on track after disappointing in the Vodafone Oaks while Walzerkoenig is an intriguing runner from Germany.
Trained by Andreas Suborics, the four-year-old Kingmambo filly won an Italian Group 2 on her seasonal reappearance in Italy. Previously, she had finished a well-beaten sixth to Bright Sky in October’s Group 1 Prix de l’Opera.
The Listed Bahrain Trophy Stakes is the opening race on the card and contains several interesting types, including the Roger Charlton-trained Midas Way. Charlton won the same race with Arrive two years ago, while Strength ‘N Honour, Gold Medallist and Dalaram should go well.
Discreet Brief from the yard of John Dunlop must also be respected. Dunlop has a fine record at this meeting and Discreet Brief was second in an Italian Group 3 last time out.
In the showcase handicap, the £50,000 Bonusprint Stakes, a really strong field of 16 promises a tight contest.Tug Of Love runs for the leading trainer Sir Michael Stoute, who excels in big handicaps as well as Pattern company. Hasanpour also represents Stoute’s Freemason Lodge. Jebel Suaraj is another leading contender, having already won twice this term, while Apex Star has prospects for Henry Cecil.
The Capannelle Novice Stakes usually throws up some useful two-year-olds to follow and Barry Hills may be the trainer to side with this time around. He won this last year with Greek Revival and tomorrow is double-handed with Devil’s Bite and Fokine.
The card is completed with two competitive handicaps - the Laing O’Rourke Handicap (15 runners) over two miles and the NGK Spark Plugs Rated Stakes(13 runners) over the minimum trip.
A LOOK AHEAD TO THURSDAY’S THRILLING DARLEY JULY CUP
The star Australian sprinter, who made history when winning twice in five days at Royal Ascot last month, heads the very strong field of 18 for the Group One Darley July Cup, the premier sprint, over six furlongs on Thursday, the final day of the 2003 July Meeting.
Choisir won the Group Two King’s Stand Stakes on the first day of the Royal Meeting when he beat Acclamation and Oasis Dream, and came out again on the Saturday to make all again the Group One Golden Jubilee Stakes over six furlongs by half a length from hot favourite Airwave, with Zipping and Just James not far behind in fourth and fifth places.
Airwave was in season at the time of the Golden Jubilee, but her trainer Henry Candy does not attribute her defeat to that. She is all set to take Choisir on once more, though this time she will have a different jockey as Dane O’Neill is suspended and Kieren Fallon comes in for the ride.
Acclamation and Oasis Dream will also try conclusions with Choisir again. Acclamation finished very well after a tardy start at Ascot, but he had not been able to match Airwave in the Temple Stakes at Sandown and may be pushed to reverse either piece of form.
Oasis Dream, who won the Group One Shadwell Stud Middle Park Stakes on the Rowley Mile last year, was at one time thought of as a Guineas prospect, but circumstances prevented him from running. He was making his first appearance of the season in the King’s Stand and delighted connections with his display. The extra furlong will be all to his advantage.
Another Royal Ascot winner in the line-up is Membership, who sprang a 20-1 surprise in the Jersey Stakes and whose trainer clearly has no worries about him dropping back in distance.
Twelve months ago Dandy Nicholls saddled first and second in this big sprint when Continent just got the better of stablemate Bahamian Pirate. Those two are in the battle again, though with different jockeys. Darryll Holland, who rode Continent, now partners Just James for the same owner (Edward St. George), and Richard Hughes, who was on Bahamian Pirate, has been claimed by Prince Khalid Abdullah for Oasis Dream.
So Olivier Peslier who rides regularly for St George on visits to England, will be on Continent, and Christophe Soumillon is to ride Bahamian Pirate. Nicholls also runs Captain Rio, the mount of his son Adrian.
Aidan O’Brien is doubly represented with Salt Lake City and Tomahawk, while other contenders who have been in good form of late are Twilight Blues, who landed the Duke of York Stakes in May, and Striking Ambition, who has won his last two starts.
GREAT FIRST DAY CROWD
Today’s crowd came to 10,075, just seven short of 1,000 up on last year’s opening day attendance of 9,082 (2001 - 8,876 and 2000 - 7,388).
Lisa Hancock, Newmarket’s Managing Director, commented: “We are delighted to have such a big first day crowd.
“We have increased prize money by over 50% in just two years and enhanced the race programme.
“This has had a very positive effect on the quality of the fields.”
LEADING TRAINERS AFTER DAY ONE
Trainer 1sts 2nds 3rds
Roger Charlton 2 - -
John Dunlop 2 - -
Mark Johnston 1 1 -
Michael Jarvis 1 - -
William Muir 1 - -
Paul Cole 2 -
Brian Ellison - 1 -
Ben Hanbury - 1 -
David Loder - 1 -
Hughie Morrison - 1 -
Andrew Balding - - 1
Ed Dunlop - - 1
Tim Easterby - - 1
David Evans - - 1
Barry Hills - - 1
David Nicholls - - 1
Sir Michael Stoute - - 1
LEADING JOCKEYS AFTER DAY ONE
Jockey 1sts 2nds 3rds
Steve Drowne 3 - -
Richard Hills 1 1 1
Kevin Darley 1 - 1
Pat Eddery 1 - -
Richard Mullen 1 - -
Kieren Fallon - 1 2
Frankie Dettori - 1 1
Richard Hughes - 1 1
Tony Hamilton - 1 -
Jamie Spencer - 1 -
Willie Supple - 1 -
Martin Dwyer - - 1
SPONSOR ANNOUNCES £100,000 STABLE BONUS FOR TOTE AUTUMN DOUBLE AT NEWMARKET
The Tote today announces a huge bonus for a stable which wins both legs of the Tote Autumn Double at Newmarket, namely the Tote Cambridgeshire on October 4 and the Tote Cesarewitch on October 18. The yard which provides the winner of both races will collect £100,000 in addition to the prize money, which will be split £70,000 to the stable staff and £30,000 to the trainer.
Both races now close on the same day, August 20, and the entries and weights will be revealed in early September.
Tote Chairman Peter Jones commented: “We are keen to see the profile of the Tote Autumn Double increase and I’m confident that this significant bonus will add another level of interest to two of the biggest betting handicaps of the year.
“Although it is tough to win one of these races, let alone both of them, the lure of a £100,000 bonus will undoubtedly get the attention of some of the shrewdest trainers around, particularly as a good proportion of that sum goes towards their stable staff.”
Lisa Hancock, Newmarket’s Managing Director added: “The Tote Cambridgeshire and Tote Cesarewitch are two of the real highlights of our Autumn programme and are worth a lot of money in their own right (£130,000 each), but I’m delighted that the Tote is putting up this bonus to give an added focus to these two historic handicaps.”
To win the bonus, the same trainer must win both races and both winning horses must be under that trainer’s care (according to Weatherbys) on September 30, 2003.
The last trainer to win the Tote Cambridgeshire and the Tote Cesarewitch in the same year was Sam Darling in 1925, taking the former with Masked Marvel and the latter with Forseti.
JULY FAIR PROVES SUCCESS
The National Stud July Fair was proving a hit for both exhibitors and show-goers alike on the first of its three days.
A decent-sized crowd were enjoying a variety of action in the parade ring, including a dressage display by a former racehorse, a parade of rare horse breeds and a falconry exhibition.
A host of trade stalls flanked the parade ring with variety again the watchword.
Barry and Beryl Brooks had travelled from near Norwich to attend and were thoroughly enjoying their day.
“It’s an interesting day out - especially if you like horses,” said Mrs Brooks. “It’s definitely worth a visit if you want to know about the treatment of horses and I was particularly interested by the spa bath. There is also a very good selection of clothes for sale.”
Gary and Tony Biddis from South East Falconry Group staged a fascinating display with their hybrid falcons that kept spectators in the parade ring captivated.
“These sort of days are well received and we enjoy doing them. We also did the Countryside Day here at Newmarket in May.” said Gary.
This is the first time the National Stud Fair has been held alongside the July Cup meeting instead of during the December Sales at Tattersalls.
“When initially planning a change of venue and time for the Fair, it was felt reasonable to assume that the weather would be kinder to us in July than during November and December when we held previous events,” said Miles Littlewort, chief executive of the National Stud.
“What the gods have in store for us is anyone’s guess but at least we will have long summer evenings, warmer weather and wonderful racing.”
CAMBRIDGESHIRE ON AGENDA FOR DANCER
Willie Muir is planning a grand return to Newmarket later this year for Gilded Dancer, who took the opening race of the July Cup meeting - the H&K Commissions Bookmakers Handicap Stakes.
The Lambourn trainer confirmed: “The Tote Cambridgeshire (£130,000,October 4, Newmarket) is his long-term aim. And I won’t over-run him because I’ve had problems with him in the past. I will give him three weeks and then see what comes along.”
Muir was thrilled with the progressive five-year-old gelding who has now won his last three races following this thrilling short-head victory over Everest.
He beamed: “This is a good performance. He has been working with Impeller (the head second at Brighton in a seven-furlong handicap on Sunday), so I fancied him strongly. And 20-1, I thought, was wonderful.
“If the ground had been too firm today, he would have been withdrawn. He has got to just get his toe in.”
Muir also outlined how well his string are running at the moment.
“The horses are running well. We had nine runners last year, six were second and two were third. So they are in great form - and long may it last.”
Richard Mullen commented: “Earlier in the season we ran him in a claimer to give him a bit of confidence - he has had his problems- you name it he has had it.
“He finished lame when he won the claimer and had the time before as well but fair play to the boss, he has been patient.
“ The horses were out of sorts early on. He was very highly rated as a three-year-old and then had problems. He has done it well again today.”
PLACED QUOTES RACE ONE
H & K COMMISSIONS BOOKMAKERS HANDICAP
“ANOTHER STRIDE WOULD HAVE DONE”
“Last night at Ripon we were beaten a whisker with Scramble, and here we are again beaten another whisker,” said Brian Ellison after Everest had just been beaten by 20-1 Gilded Dancer in the opening H&K Commissions Bookmakers Handicap.
“He has run a blinder and was in front a stride past the post,” added the trainer. “Very frustrating, but at least he has shown that he is back in form.
“He would have been much happier with a better gallop, too. Once True Night got in front he slowed it all down and that was no good for us.
“He was very disappointing at Epsom last time, but he had no chance from his draw and never got into the race when Passing Glance was able to make his own pace from in front.
“The track there did not suit him, either. He is much better on a course with a long, galloping straight like this.”
WINNING QUOTES RACE TWO
TOTE EXACTA HANDICAP
HOLD THOSE STEWARDS’ CUP BETS
Move It’s price for the Vodafone Stewards’ Cup next month was sharply reduced after his decisive defeat of Baltic King in the Tote Exacta Handicap. He was cut to 12-1 by the Tote, Bet365 and Coral from 20-1, 25-1 and 16-1 respectively and to 14-1 frrom 25-1 by Paddy Power, but his trainer Roger Charlton warned punters to hold their horses.
“I shall have to talk it over with his owner (Martin Myers) who was not here today and we’ll have a think about. I don’t want to stand here and say he will run at Goodwood and then have to change our minds, so I want punters not to back him at the moment,” he said.
“I am lucky enough to have a really good lot of sprinters this year and there are going to be a lot of options for all of them,” he said.
“I think this horse is better over six furlongs rather than five against this level of competition. When he was winning easier races early in the year he could win well enough over five, but at this level six suits him better.
“When he ran over five at Ascot last time he wasn’t brilliantly drawn, but I think I got the orders wrong as well. I told Steve (Drowne, who was on the winner again today), to jump him out and bustle him along, as I thought they would go a good gallop all the way and he would keep going.
“But it didn’t suit him at all. He got altogether too hassled when we tried that and was not enjoying himself, but today he settled well and was always travelling happily. He did the job well.”
Tote Exacta Rated Stakes - Placed quotes
MORRISON, EVANS REACTION
Connections of the runner-up and the third in The Tote Exacta Rated Stakes reported no hard luck stories after finishing behind Move It.
Hugh Morrison, trainer of the second-placed Baltic King, said: “He has run another very honest race but got beaten by a better horse on the day. He’s in the five-furlong race at Ascot (The Hong Kong Jockey Club Sprint July 27) so that will be a possibility.”
David Evans, who trained third-placed The KiddyKid, said: “He ran a great race. He was hanging a bit to the right but he could probably have done with a bit more give in the ground.”
Evans may look abroad for the gelding now, although mentioned there could be a race for him at Ascot on Shergar Cup day.
Chippenham Lodge Stud Cherry Hinton Stakes
Darley salutes Attraction
Jockey Kevin Darley piled the praise on Attraction after she romped to a stunning five-length victory in the Group 2 Chippenham Lodge Cherry Hinton Stakes.
He said: “I would say she is as good a filly as I’ve sat on. Today I’ve learnt a lot more about her in that when she is in behind, she relaxes. She’s not all speed. She can switch off and settle and find the speed where it matters.
“The further she went, the better she was. I never touched her with the whip. She’s a pretty good filly.”
Successful trainer Mark Johnston hailed Attraction, who also won the Queen Mary Stakes at Royal Ascot, “the best two-year-old I’ve ever trained.”
He added: “We’ve obviously got lots of options now because the six furlongs comes into it. We were looking at the Nunthorpe and the Robert Papin because we were thinking of five furlongs. We wanted Group 1 and there weren’t any other alternatives. Now there’s numerous alternatives.
“She will be entered in the Lowther and the Nunthorpe but we will be looking beyond that.”
Assessing Attraction’s performance, Johnston said: “Plan A was that she would probably ping out in front and just settle in the lead. Plan B was that somebody would try and take her on and would be going too fast. We never imagined that she would be boxed in at the back.
“Kevin said somebody jumped across and that shot them out and he ended up at the back. Then there was a wall of horses in front. She ran too free for a bit but then she just dropped in completely and Kevin said when the gap opened he couldn’t believe it. We can see, she’s a machine, a bit of a freak.”
The Efisio filly, who was winning for the fifth straight time, earned a 12-1 quote with Ladbrokes for next year’s Sagitta1000 Guineas after her latest triumph. Asked whether there was any reason why she shouldn’t make a decent three-year-old, Johnston replied: “None whatsoever.”
MORE CHIPPENHAM LODGE CHERRY HINTON STAKES QUOTES
Attraction, hot favourite for the Chippenham Lodge Cherry Hinton Stakes, was the impressive winner of the historic Group Two contest at Newmarket today
The two-year-old Efisio filly went clear in the last furlong to win by five lengths after suffering some early trouble in running and is now unbeaten in five outings.
Her trainer Mark Johnston described her as “the best two-year-old I’ve ever trained.” and added: “She moves brilliantly when she is asked to go. She was locked up and pulling for a bit which was the last thing we wanted.
“She dropped back a length and I thought maybe she has already shot her bolt but Kevin (Darley - the winning jockey) said it was really she switched off when there was nowhere to go.
“He said that as soon as the gap opened he couldn’t believe it - she went from being three lengths down to five lengths up.
“Kevin said it was Plan C what actually happened. We didn’t imagine there would be a wall of horses in front of her. It is great - I could never have imagined that she would win that way.”
PLACED QUOTES RACE THREE
CHIPPENHAM LODGE STUD CHERRY HINTON STAKES
“YOU’VE GOT TO BE IN”
“I never thought she would beat the winner, but you’ve got to be in in case something strange happens” said David Loder after Pearl Grey had been runner-up, albeit at five lengths, to odds-on Attraction in the Chippenham Lodge Stud Cherry Hinton Stakes.
“She is only a little pony and she has run a blinder,” Loder went on. “If someone had told me three weeks ago that she was going to win a Listed race and be second in the Cherry Hinton I would have laughed my head off.
“She has finished lame, but you can’t tell how bad it may be`when they are all hot after a race. The vet is going to look at her now.
“She struck into herself when she won her Listed race, so she may well have done the same again this time, although there is no cut on her leg.”
Tim Easterby was very pleased with the effort by third-placed Birthday Suit. “She has run very well, though maybe she was a bit free,” he said.
“She hung out to her right, which she did a bit when she won at York, so maybe she is still a bit green.”
WINNING QUOTES RACE FOUR
PRINCESS OF WALES’S UAE EQUESTRIAN AND RACING FEDERATION STAKES
MILLENARY DOES IT AGAIN
Millenary repeated his success of 12 months ago when, wearing blinkers from the first time, he came from last to first to win the Princess of Wales’s Stakes by a length and a half from Bandari.
And now it is on the cards that he will have a crack at the King George V1 and Queen Elizabeth Diamond Stakes at Ascot on Saturday fortnight -- as long as the ground is suitable for him.
“This (good) ground was fine for him today, but he would really like some proper rain if he is going to run at Ascot,” said his trainer John Dunlop.
“It will be tough for him, and though it is hard to tell how good this year’s three-year-olds are he will have to take them on. But we would go there with nothing to lose and it would be nice for him to take his chance.
“He is a grand old horse and owes us nothing, but he has always been a bit inclined to lean in his races, which is why we put the blinkers on him for the first time today.
“He has been doing it for a long time up to a point, both at home and on the course, and then he did it again in France last time when he finished first but had leaned on the second horse and was relegated.
“So we decided that maybe blinkers would be a help to him, and he certainly kept very straight after he had taken up the running.
“Pat (Eddery) rode a lovely race on him and he seems to enjoy being at Newmarket as he won the Jockey Club Stakes on the other course two years ago. He’s now won three Group races here.”
The Princess of Wales’s UAE Equestrian And Racing Federation Stakes
Johnston content with Bandari
Mark Johnston was pleased to see Bandari show better form when finishing second to Millenary.
The Alhaarth colt has been something of a let-down before today but hinted that he may be on the way back.
Johnston said: “I’m a lot happier with that. Things have been very frustrating up until now. The horse was working very well at home but perhaps we had him under-done a bit. Certainly first time out when Willie Supple rode him here on the other course, he just blew up.
“We were trying to keep condition on the horse but maybe I’ve overdone that. Richard Hills said that today he was not so fresh and more settled throughout.”
As for the future, Johnson said:”Sheik Hamdan very much likes to make the decisions.
“He doesn’t run many horses abroad but we are looking at a Group 1 in Dusseldorf at the end of the month and a Group 1 in Munich a few days later. One’s a mile and a quarter and one’s a mile and a half, so we will be looking at those.”
Sir Michael Stoute, trainer of the third-placed Gamut, said: “I would say that was his best run so far. He’s a good, honest, tough colt - he’s improving.”
Strutt & Parker Maiden Stakes
DOUBLE DELIGHT FOR CHARLTON
Josephus completed a 28.25/1 double for Beckhampton trainer Roger Charlton when he scored in the Strutt & Parker Maiden Stakes over seven furlongs.
The King of Kings colt won by half a length in the same colours of the Mountgrange Stud that Move It had worn when triumphing in the Tote Exacta Rated Stakes earlier in the afternoon.
Charlton said: “He ran very well first time (to finish fourth at Newbury last month). He was the most backward horse that ran at Newbury that day and all the experts said he would improve more than anything else. And he has improved and I’m not surprised he’s won today.
“He’s a nice horse and we’ll look after him.”
Charlton mentioned that he won’t be rushing Josephus who will likely run a couple more times this season, probably in the autumn.
This was Charlton’s 29th winner of the year.
Paul Cole was very happy with the debut second of Secretary General.
He said: “He’s a nice colt, for a cheapie (the horse cost 70,000 euros as a yearling) and he would have gone very close had he not lost his place a bit. I haven’t wound him up yet.”
WINNING QUOTES RACE SIX
racingpost.co.uk FILLIES’ HANDICAP
DROWNE TREBLES UP
Steve Drowne completed a 613-1 treble when 20-1 Devant held off the powerful late challenge of Zietory to take the fillies’ handicap by a short head with the others six lengths and more behind.
“She is a really brave filly,” enthused her trainer Michael Jarvis. “Steve said that when the other filly came at her she just put her head down and really did want to win.
“I have taken Philip Robinson’s advice about her, as at one time I entered her in a mile and a quarter race, but he asked me what I had done that for and told me she wanted seven furlongs or a mile on a straight course.
“But even then I told people that I thought she had no more than a place chance -- at 20-1 !”
Devant is owned and bred by a team from New Zealand who call themselves the Devant Partnership, and whose interests are looked after by agent Joss Collins.
“She is the first horse they have bred to Northern Hemisphere time; they produced her with the specific intention of bringing her to race in England,” said Collins.
“They also raced her dam, Frenetic, who was a good filly but had her share of temperament. She was favourite for the New Zealand Oaks, but refused to go into her stall.”
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TASTY TREBLE FOR DROWNE
Jockey Steve Drowne was the star turn on the opening day of the July Cup meeting, riding a dazzling 613-1 treble.
Drowne kicked off with an 11-2 success on Move It before following up with a 7-2 win on Josephus. The ever-amicable rider completed his hat-trick with a brave 20-1 triumph on Devant.
Drowne said: “I’m having an excellent day. It’s hard to ride one winner, let alone three. The July Meeting has started great for me.
“Things are going nicely touch wood - hopefully it will carry on.”
The Hyperion Court Maiden Stakes
DUNLOP BAGS DOUBLE
John Dunlop nailed down a 41-1 double, thanks to Tanaghum’s win in the final race of the day.
The Darshaan filly out of former Irish 1,000 Guineas winner Mehthaaf overcame Reyadi in the closing strides to run out a debut winner.
Dunlop, who earlier scored with Millenary in the Group 2 Princess Of Wales Stakes, said: “She’s a beautifully bred filly.
“She’s fragile and a little bit temperamental but she’s been good today, perfect. The good gallop suited her.
“We will see what she goes on to but she’s got a little bit of class and is a very pretty filly.”
It has been a fairly quiet morning in the offices, but punters have still taken some views and there has been a serious attack in the opening H&K Commissions Bookmakers Handicap (1.45) on the Yorkshire-trained What-A-Dancer, who has been cut almost across the board from 16-1 to 12-1 by Ladbrokes, Paddy Power, Hills and Coral. In the same race Everest has been trimmed to 10-1 from 12-1 by Ladbrokes and to the same price from 14-1 by Bet365, who have also had money for Bond Diamond from 12-1 to 10-1.
Top weight Dazzling Bay has been in cracking form of late and will bid for his fourth win in a row in the Tote Exacta Handicap (2.15). Plenty of people expect him to make it with Bet365 having cut him from 11-4 to 9-4 and Coral reporting him very solid at 5-2. Victor Chandlers have had support for Move It, who has come in from 13-2 to 11-2.
Although Attraction looks very hard to beat in the Chippenham Lodge Stud Cherry Hinton Stakes (2.50) there has been money for a couple of her rivals. Birthday Suit, who is also unbeaten though in two starts as opposed to the favourite’s four, has been the subject of each way support with Powers from 12-1 to 9-1. She has been similarly cut by Ladbrokes, who have also halved the price of outsider Rosehearty from 40-1 to 20-1.
Bollin Eric has been in demand with Coral for the Princess of Wales’s UAE Equestrian and Racing Federation Stakes (3.25) and is a solid 9-4 chance, while Hills and Chandlers report money for Bandari, who has come in from 17-2 to 7-1 and from 9-1 to 15-2 respectively.
Aunt Rita has proved a lively outsider in the racingpost.co.uk Fillies’ Handicap and has been trimmed from 33-1 to 25-1 by Powers and from the same price to 20-1 by Ladbrokes, while at the top end of the market Ladbrokes have trimmed Zietory by half a point from 7-2.
GOING NEWS AT 10 AM
The going for the first day of the July meeting is
GOOD, GOOD TO FIRM IN PLACES.
“Almost all the course is spot on good ground,” said clerk of the course Michael Prosser. “The only good to firm places are on the Beacon course back from the mile and a half start to the two mile mark.
“We put four millimetres of water on the course from the mile to the mile and a half starts yesterday as that was then the fastest part of the track, but even where there are good to firm patches it is very much on the good side of good to firm.
“We shall see how the day goes before deciding about putting on any more water after racing this evening.”
EGAN’S ARAB IAN SUCCESS
Jockey John Egan made his first ride in an Arab race a winning one, landing The President of the UAE International Challenge Derby.
The Irishman only came in for the ride on Djourdan at the 11th hour after the horse’s planned rider was unable to make the race.
“He gave me a lovely ride,”said Egan after pipping Eau Royal and jockey Richard Hills.
Djourdan’s success came in the first Group 1 Arabian race in Britain this year.
PURE-BRED ARABIAN RACE RESULT
1.15pm PRESIDENT OF THE UAE INTERNATIONAL CHALLENGE DERBY
Group 1, Purebred Arabians, for four-year-olds only, one mile two furlongs. Penalty values: 1st: £25,000; 2nd: £12,000; 3rd: £6,000; 4th: £4,000; 5th: £2,000; 6th: £1,000
1 DJOURDAN (M M De Watrigent) M D De Watrigent FR 4-9-08 John Egan 
2 EAU ROYAL (Sheikh Hamdan) Gill Duffield 4-9-08 Richard Hills 
3 IRCALAN DA (J Verstrepen) J Verstrepen BEL 4-9-08 J Goossens 
14 ran Non-runner: No 4 Fripon Al Maury Breeder: M J M De Watrigent Breeding:
Dormane - Djourifa Distances:1 3/4, 2 Time: 2 minutes 18.56 seconds Totes: Win: £7.10; Places: £3.10; £1.50; £8.60 Exacta: £4.10
FIRST RACE RESULT
1.45pm H & K COMMISSIONS BOOKMAKERS HANDICAP
Class C, £16,000 added, for three-year-olds and upwards Rated 0-90, one mile, Penalties, after June 28, a winner 5lb. Penalty values: 1st: £11,856; 2nd: £3,648; 3rd: £1,824; 4th: £912
1 GILDED DANCER (Perspicacious Punters Racing Club) William Muir 5-9-06 Richard Mullen  20-1
2 EVEREST (I Sandhu & Partners) Brian Ellison 6-9-03 Tony Hamilton (5)  11-1
3 ARPEGGIO (HE Lhendup Dorji) David Nicholls 8-8-09 Frankie Dettori  9-1
4 TOPTON (Liam Sheridan) Paul Howling 9-9-05 Jamie Spencer  20-1
5 FLEET OF LIGHT (Mrs Denis Haynes) James Fanshawe 4-9-02 Darryll Holland 
6 IRONY (John Nicholls Ltd/Mobley Homes) Andrew Balding 4-9-11 Martin Dwyer 
7 LOGSDAIL (Bill Gredley) Lynda Ramsden 3-9-00 Michael Hills 
8 BOND DIAMOND (D Barrie & M Rees) Paul Webber 6-9-02 Richard Hughes 
9 FRENCH HORN (The French Horn Hotel Ltd Sonning) Mick Ryan 6-8-02 Chris Catlin 
10 KRUGERRAND (The Square Table II) William Musson 4-9-10 Willie Supple 
11 NASHAAB (M Lawrence) Ralph Beckett 6-10-00 Steve Drowne 
12 TRUE NIGHT (Benton & Partners) David Nicholls 6-9-00 Michael Tebbutt 
13 SINJAREE (P Lamyman) Sue Lamyman 5-7-10 Richard Thomas (5) 
14 ASTROCHARM (Mystic Meg Ltd) Mark Tompkins 4-9-07 George Duffield 
15 WHAT-A-DANCER (A Barnes) Alan Swinbank 6-9-00 Kevin Darley 
16 HURRICANE FLOYD (Lucayan Stud) Martin Pipe 5-9-11 Kieren Fallon  9-2 fav
17 ALSAFI (Sanford Robertson) Jeremy Noseda 4-9-07 Pat Eddery 
18 LAGGAN MINSTREL (Propak Sheet Metal Ltd) Paul d'Arcy 5-9-02 John Egan 
18 ran Breeder: Cheveley Park Stud Ltd Breeding: Bishop Of Cashel - La Piaf (Fabulous Dancer) Distances: sh, 1/2, 1/2, nk, nk, 3/4, sh, sh, 1 1/4, nk, 3/4, hd, hd, 3/4, 1, 5, 3/4 Time: 1 minute 38.23 seconds Totes: Win: £19.60; Places: £4.20; £3.90; £2.00; £4.10 Exacta: £306.60
Winning trainer:- Name: Muir, William R Born: May 3, 1958 Background: Previously worked for Pat Taylor and Fulke Johnson Houghton. First trainer’s licence: 1990 Trains at Linkslade, Wantage Road, Lambourn, Berks Horses in training (1995-2003): 39, 50, 72,71,78,78,75,59,53 Wins in a season (1993-2002): 13: 21: 28: 36: 40: 40:26:28:26:20 Major wins: King George Stakes (1997 Averti) Wins This Season: 10
Winning Jockey: Mullen, Richard Peter Riding Weight: 7-07 First Winner: Burnt Sienna, Windsor, 1995 Wins 2000-02: 47; 32; 21 Wins This Season: 14
SECOND RACE RESULT
2.15pm TOTE EXACTA RATED HANDICAP
Class B, total prize fund £60,000, for three-year-olds only Rated 0-105, six furlongs, Lowest weight: 8st 4lb; Penalties, after June 28, a winner 3lb. Penalty values: 1st: £34,800; 2nd: £13,200; 3rd: £6,600; 4th: £3,000; 5th: £1,500; 6th: £900
1 MOVE IT (Mountgrange Stud) Roger Charlton 3-8-13 Steve Drowne  11-2
2 BALTIC KING (Thurloe Thoroughbreds VIII) Hughie Morrison 3-8-10 Richard Hughes  7-2
3 THE KIDDYKID (Claire Massey) David Evans 3-9-06 Kevin Darley  12-1
4 BOND BECKS (Reg Bond) Bryan Smart 3-9-01 Darryll Holland 
5 GAELIC PRINCESS (Andy Beard) Tony Newcombe 3-7-13 Robert Miles (5) 
6 COCONUT PENANG (Mrs A Ooi) Rod Millman 3-9-03 Kieren Fallon 
7 JUDHOOR (Hamdan Al Maktoum) Barry Hills 3-9-00 Richard Hills 
8 FANCY LADY (Mohamed Obaida) Barry Hills 3-8-12 Michael Hills 
9 DAZZLING BAY (Ghmw Racing) Tim Easterby 3-9-07 John Egan  9-4fav
10 POLAR FORCE (Ridgeway Downs Racing) Mick Channon 3-8-03 Sam Hitchcott (5) 
11 FOLIO (Broughton Thermal Insulation & Partner) William Musson 3-9-00 Richard Mullen 
12 NEW DESIGN (Mrs T Hyde) Mark Wallace 3-8-10 Chris Catlin 
13 HARB (Hamdan Al Maktoum) John Dunlop 3-9-01 Willie Supple 
14 FREE WHEELIN (Canisbay Bloodstock Ltd) William Jarvis 3-8-04 Paul Doe 
14 ran Breeder: C Mills Breeding: Cadeaux Genereux - Midnight Shift (Night Shift) Distances: 1, hd, 4, nk, 1 1/4, hd, 1 1/4, 3 1/2, sh, 3/4, 1 1/2, 3/4, 3 Time: 1 minute 11.01 seconds Totes: Win: £5.80; Places: £2.40; £1.90; £2.80 Exacta: £17.20
Winning trainer:-Name Charlton, Roger John Born: Connah’s Quay, Flintshire, 18/1/50First winner: Deploy (Haydock, April 14, 1990) Date of first licence:1990 Previous Occupation: Amateur rider (three wins including 1969 Fulke Walwyn Kim Muir Chase on Pride Of Kentucky), worked for Colin Davies, stockbroker, 1975-77 ran equine swimming pool in Lambourn, 1978-89 assistant to Jeremy Tree Classic win: (1) Vodafone Derby (1990 Quest For Fame) Other major wins include: French Derby (1990 Sanglamore), Prix d’Ispahan (1991 Sanglamore), Dante Stakes (1990 Sanglamore), Lancashire Oaks (1996 Spout), John Porter Stakes (1996 Spout), Prix de l’Opera (1994 Andromaque), Scottish Classic (1995 Baron Ferdinand), Hungerford Stakes (1993 Inchinor), Criterion Stakes (1993 Inchinor), Greenham Stakes (1993 Inchinor), Lingfield Derby Trial (1996 Mystic Knight), Sandown Mile (1997 Wixim), Stanley Leisure Sprint Cup (1998 Tamarisk), Rockfel Stakes (2002 Luvah Girl) Wins in a season (1990-2002):37:26:43:47:48:42:52:40:22:30:34:33:56 Number of horses in training (1990-2003):73:73:70: 79:93:109:104:110:96:70:75:84:76:91 Trains at Beckhampton, Marlborough, Wiltshire Wins This Season: 28
Winning jockey:-Name: Drowne, Steven Born: December 10, 1971 Based at Hungerford, Berkshire. Stable Jockey to Mick Channon. Previously tutored at the British Racing School, a short period with Chuck Spares, and two years apiece with Richard Holder and Ron Hodges. Riding Weight: 8st 2lb First Winner: Sigwell’s Gold, Chepstow September 15, 1990 Winners (1995 to 2002): 25; 43; 57; 25; 36; 36; 80; 104 Big Race Wins Include: Coventry Stakes (C D Europe 2000); Golden Jubilee Stakes (Harmonic Way 2001); Queen Mary Stakes (Queen’s Logic 2001); Lowther Stakes (Queen’s Logic 2001); Cheveley Park Stakes (Queen’s Logic 2001); Dubai Duty Free Stakes (reg’d as the Fred Darling Stakes) (Queen’s Logic 2002), Moyglare Stud Stakes (2002 Mail The Desert (first win in Ireland), Maurice Lacroix-Trophy (2002 Checkit) Wins This Season: 57
THIRD RACE RESULT
2.50pm CHIPPENHAM LODGE STUD CHERRY HINTON STAKES
Class A, Group 2, total prize fund £70,000, for two-year-old fillies only, six furlongs, Penalties, a winner of a Pattern race 3lb. Penalty values: 1st: £40,600; 2nd: £15,400; 3rd: £7,700; 4th: £3,500; 5th: £1,750; 6th: £1,050
1 ATTRACTION (Duke of Roxburghe) Mark Johnston 2-8-12 Kevin Darley  4-7fav
2 PEARL GREY (Sheikh Mohammed) David Loder 2-8-09 Frankie Dettori  11-2
3 BIRTHDAY SUIT (Lady Halifax) Tim Easterby 2-8-09 Kieren Fallon  7-1
4 MENHOUBAH (Saeed Manana) Clive Brittain 2-8-09 Darryll Holland 
5 TOLZEY (Sheikh Mohammed) Mick Channon 2-8-09 Steve Drowne 
6 CRAFTY FANCY (Mrs F Houlihan) Dominic Ffrench Davis 2-8-09 John Egan 
7 ROSEHEARTY (Sheikh Mohammed) David Loder 2-8-09 Jamie Spencer 
8 GLEBE GARDEN (Christopher Wright & Willie Carson) Michael Bell 2-8-09 Michael Fenton 
8 ran Breeder: Floors Farming Breeding: Efisio - Flirtation (Pursuit Of Love) Distances: 5, 1, nk, 1/2, 1/2, 1/2, 4 Time: 1 minute 11.10 seconds Totes: Win: £1.60; Places: £1.10; £1.50; £1.30 Exacta: £4.20
Winning Trainer:-Name: Johnston, Mark Steven Born:Glasgow, 10/9/59 Date of first licence: January 1987 First winner: Hinari Video (Carlisle, July 1, 1987) Previous Occupation: Qualified as veterinary surgeon at Glasgow University; practiced as vet in Cleveland, Essex and Northern Ireland, spent brief spells with John Winter, Tommy Craig, Charlie Millbank in France and John Russell in USA Classic win: (1) Sagitta 2,000 Guineas (1994 Mister Baileys) Other major wins include: Ascot Gold Cup (1995 Double Trigger, 2001 Royal Rebel), St James’s Palace Stakes (1996 Bijou D'Inde), Sagaro Stakes (1995 & 1996 Double Trigger), Doncaster Cup (1995,1996 & 1998 Double Trigger), Futurity Stakes (1994 Jural), Cornwallis Stakes (1994 Millstream), JP Morgan Private Bank Goodwood Cup (1995, 1997 & 1998 Double Trigger, 2000 Royal Rebel), Princess Margaret Stakes (1992 Marina Park), Champagne Lanson Vintage Stakes (1993 Mister Baileys), Royal Lodge Stakes (1993 Mister Baileys), Princess Of Wales’s Stakes (1998 Fruits Of Love), Dubai Turf Classic (1999 Fruits Of Love), Hardwicke Stakes (1999 and 2000 Fruits of Love), Lingfield Derby Trial (2002 Bandari), Chester Vase (2002 Fight Your Corner), Classic Trial (2002 Simeon), Peugeot Gordon Stakes (2002 Bandari), Credit Suisse Private Banking Pokal (2002 Yavana’s Pace), Great Voltigeur Stakes (2002 Bandari), Harvest Stakes (2002 Love Everlasting), Cherry Hinton Stakes (2003 Attraction) Wins in a season (1987-2002): 1: 5: 15: 28: 31: 53: 77: 117: 114: 116: 123: 100:113:130:116: 134 (most victories in Britain) Number of horses in training (1987-2003): n/a: 17: 18: 35: 35: 39: 49: 72: 120: 117: 120:130: 147:152:159:178:178 Trains at Kingsley House Racing Stables Middleham, N Yorks Wins this season: 81
Winning jockey:-Name: Darley, Kevin Paul. Born: Tettenhall, Staffordshire, 5/8/60 Apprenticeship: 1976, with Reg Hollinshead. First winner: Dust Up (Haydock 5/8/77) Classic Wins (1): Rothmans Royals St Leger (2002 Bollin Eric) First big win: Bovis Handicap (Van Laser - Ascot, October 8, 1977) Major wins include: Park Hill Stakes (1984 Borushka), Racing Post Trophy (1994 Celtic Swing, 2001 High Chaparral), Prix du Jockey-Club (1995 Celtic Swing), Nunthorpe Stakes (1997 Coastal Bluff - dead-heat with Ya Malak), Theo Fennell Lennox Stakes (2000 Observatory), Stanley Leisure Sprint Cup (2000 Pipalong), Queen Elizabeth II Stakes (2000 Observatory, 2002 Where Or When), Harvest Stakes (2001 Lilium), Jockey Club Cup (2001 Capal Garmon), Swinley Stakes (2002 Monturani), William Hill Mile (2002 Smirk), Harvest Stakes (2001 Lilium, 2002 Love Everlasting), Rockfel Stakes (2002 Luvah Girl), Cherry Hinton Stakes (2003 Attraction) Wins 1991-02: 66; 91; 143; 154; 148; 113; 128; 94; 118; 155; 162; 113 Wins this season: 65 Other Details: Champion Jockey 2000
FOURTH RACE RESULT
3.25pm PRINCESS OF WALES’S UAE EQUESTRIAN AND RACING FEDERATION STAKES
Class A, Group 2, total prize fund £100,000, for three-year-olds and upwards, one mile four furlongs, Weights: 3-y-o colts and geldings 8st 3lb; fillies 8st; 4-y-o and up colts and geldings 9st 2lb; fillies 8st 13lb; Penalties, after September 1, 2002, a winner of a Group 2 race 3lb; of a Group 1 race 5lb (races won at 2-y-o not to count for penalties) Penalty values: 1st: £58,000; 2nd: £22,000; 3rd: £11,000; 4th: £5,000; 5th: £2,500; 6th: £1,500
1 MILLENARY (L Neil Jones) John Dunlop 6-9-02 Pat Eddery  5-1
2 BANDARI (Hamdan Al Maktoum) Mark Johnston 4-9-02 Richard Hills  15-2
3 GAMUT (Exors of the Late Lord Weinstock) Sir Michael Stoute 4-9-02 Kieren Fallon 
4 BOLLIN ERIC (Sir Neil Westbrook) Tim Easterby 4-9-07 Kevin Darley  2-1 fav
5 ZINDABAD (Abdulla Buhaleeba) Mark Johnston 7-9-02 Darryll Holland 
6 HIGH ACCOLADE (Lady Tennant) Marcus Tregoning 3-8-06 Martin Dwyer 
6 ran Breeder: Abergwaun Farms Breeding: Rainbow Quest - Ballerina (Dancing Brave) Distances:1 1/2, 1, 1 1/2, nk, 1 1/4 Time: 2 minutes 27.60 seconds Totes: Win: £5.40; Places: £2.40; £3.70 Exacta: £29.20
Winning trainer:-Name: Dunlop, John Leeper Date of birth: 10/7/39. Date of first licence:1966 Previous Occupation: Assistant to N J Dent and Gordon Smyth. Classic wins: (10) Sagitta 1,000 Guineas (1980 Quick As Lightning, 1990 Salsabil, 1991 Shadayid), Vodafone Derby (1978 Shirley Heights, 1994 Erhaab), Vodafone Oaks (1984 Circus Plume, 1990 Salsabil), Rothmans Royals St Leger (1986 Moon Madness, 1997 Silver Patriarch, 2000 Millenary), Other Major wins: Irish Derby (1978 Shirley Heights, 1990 Salsabil), Irish 1,000 Guineas (1994 Mehtaaf), Irish 2,000 Guineas (1970 Black Satin, 1983 Wassl), Irish St Leger (Mountain Lodge), Italian Derby (1986 Tommy Way), Lockinge Stakes (1984 d.h Wassl), Vodafone Coronation Cup (1980 Sea Chimes; 1998 Silver Patriarch), Coral-Eclipse Stakes (1973 Scottish Rifle), July Cup (1983 Habibti, 1998 Elnadim), Sussex Stakes (1980 Posse), Yorkshire Oaks (1982 Awaasif, 1984 Circus Plume), Nunthorpe Stakes (1983 Habibti), Stanley Leisure Sprint Cup (1981 Runnett, 1983 Habibti, 1994 Lavinia Fontana, 2002 Invincible Spirit), Queen Elizabeth II Stakes (1977 Trusted, 1992 Lahib, 1995 Bahri), Fillies’ Mile (1979 Quick As Lightning, 1994 Aqaarid), Racing Post Trophy (1995 Beauchamp King), Dewhurst Stakes (1998 Mujahid), Preis von Europa (2000 Golden Snake), Prix du Cadran (2000 San Sebastian), Gran Premio del Jockey Club Italiano (2000 Golden Snake), Weatherbys Earl of Sefton Stakes (2001 Right Wing), John Porter Stakes (2001 Lucido), Jockey Club Stakes (2001 Millenary), Sagaro Stakes (2002 Give Notice), Princess of Wales’s Stakes (1968 Mount Athos, 1995 Beauchamp Hero, 2002 and 2003 Millenary), Falmouth Stakes (2002 Tashawak), JP Morgan Private Bank Goodwood Cup (1987 Sergeyevich, 1990 Lucky Moon) Wins in a season (1984-2002):89:62 :106:61 :66:66:78:58:75:93:82:126:88:96:111:122:97:107:79 Horses in training (1985-2003):177:200:192:194 :169:148 :126:131:129:131:142:157:161:153 :183:187: 172:198:178:162 Trains at Arundel, West Sussex Wins this season: 33
Winning jockey:-Name: Eddery, Patrick James John.Born:County Galway, Ireland, 18/3/52 Apprenticeship: Frenchie Nicholson 1967-72.First winner: Alvaro (Epsom 24/4/69) Classic wins: (14) Vodafone Derby (1975 Grundy, 1982 Golden Fleece, 1990 Quest For Fame); Sagitta 1,000 Guineas (1996 Bosra Sham), Sagitta 2,000 Guineas (1983 Lomond, 1984 El Gran Senor, 1993 Zafonic); Pertemps St Leger (1986 Moon Madness, 1991 Toulon, 1994 Moonax, 1997 Silver Patriarch); Vodafone Oaks (1974 Polygamy, 1979 Scintillate, 1996 Lady Carla). Wins This Season:34 Wins(1984-2002):107,162,176,195,183,171,209,165,178,169,154,125,186,116,104,104,127,121, 99 Other major wins include: Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe (1980 Detroit, 1985 Rainbow Quest, 1986 Dancing Brave, 1987 Trempolino), King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Diamond Stakes (1975 Grundy, 1986 Dancing Brave); Breeders’ Cup Turf (1985 Pebbles), Breeders’ Cup Sprint (1991 Sheikh Albadou), Dubai Champion Stakes (1976 Vitiges, 1985 Pebbles, 1996 Bosra Sham), Sussex Stakes (1980 Posse, 1981 King’s Lake, 1988 Warning, 1992 Marling, 1994 Distant View), Vodafone Coronation Cup (1995 Silver Patriarch; 1995 Sunshack, 1986 Sister Estephe, 1985 Rainbow Quest, 1978 Crow), Ascot Gold Cup (1972 Erimo Hawk, 1997 Celeric), Coronation Stakes (1988 Magic of Life); St James’s Palace Stakes (1976 Radetzsky, 1980 Posse, 1988 Persian Heights); Eclipse (1974 Coup de Feu, 1983 Solford, 1984 Sadler’s Wells); July Cup (1982 Sharpo, 1995 Lake Coniston); Juddmonte International (1981 Beldale Flutter, 1982 Assert, 1983 Caerleon, 1998 One So Wonderful); Yorkshire Oaks (1975 May Hill, 1977 Busaca); Nunthorpe Stakes (1980, 1981 Sharpo, 1989 Cadeaux Genereux, 1991 Sheikh Albadou); Haydock Sprint Cup (1976 Token, 1988 Dowsing, 1989 Danehill); Queen Elizabeth II Stakes (1987 Milligram, 1988 Warning, 1993 Bigstone); Middle Park Stakes (1973 Habat, 1977 Formidable, 1984 Bassenthwaite, 1999 Primo Valentino); Dewhurst Stakes (1992 Zafonic, 1993 Grand Lodge); Cheveley Park Stakes (1993 Prophecy); Fillies’ Mile (1995 Bosra Sham); Irish Derby (1975 Grundy, 1984 El Gran Senor, 1985 Law Society, 1993 Commander In Chief); Irish 2,000 Guineas (1975 Grundy, 1981 King’s Lake, 1990 Tirol); Irish Oaks (1986 Colorspin, 1993 Wemyss Bight, 1994 Bolas); Irish St Leger (1985 Leading Counsel, 1994 Moonax); Poule d’Essai des Pouliches (1990 Houseproud); Prix du Jockey-Club (1983 Caerleon, 1988 Hours After, 1990 Sanglamore); Prix Royal-Oak (1983 Old Country); Celebration Mile (2000 Medicean), Prix de la Foret (2000 Indian Lodge), Gran Premio del Jockey Club Italiano (2000 Golden Snake), Nell Gwyn (2001 Lil’s Jessy); Weatherbys Earl of Sefton Stakes (2001 Right Wing), John Porter Stakes (2001 Lucido), Jockey Club Stakes (2001 Millenary), Princess of Wales’s Stakes (1990 Sapience, 1991 Rock Hopper, 1992 Saddler’s Hall, 2000 Little Rock, 2002 and 2003 Millenary), Betfair.com Molecomb Stakes (1989 Haunting Beauty)
FIFTH RACE RESULT
4.00pm STRUTT & PARKER MAIDEN STAKES
Class D, £12,000 added, for two-year-old maidens, seven furlongs, Weights: colts and geldings: 9st; fillies: 8st 9lb. Penalty values: 1st: £8,248.50; 2nd: £2,538; 3rd: £1,269; 4th: £634.50
1 JOSEPHUS (Mountgrange Stud) Roger Charlton 2-9-00 Steve Drowne  7-2
2 SECRETARY GENERAL (The Blenheim Partnership) Paul Cole 2-9-00 Jamie Spencer  13-2
3 PRINCE OF THEBES (N Harris/Dr E Harris/Miss M Green) Andrew Balding 2-9-00 Martin Dwyer  33-1
4 ZAQRAH (Hamdan Al Maktoum) John Dunlop 2-8-09 Richard Hills 
5 KING OF CASHEL (Dr A Haloute) Richard Hannon 2-9-00 Pat Dobbs 
6 ANDEAN (Sheikh Mohammed) David Loder 2-9-00 Frankie Dettori  9-4fav
7 GALVANISE (Khalid Abdulla) Barry Hills 2-9-00 Richard Hughes 
8 SCHAPIRO (Robert Sangster) John Gosden 2-9-00 Kevin Darley 
9 JUST TIM (D Walker) Richard Hannon 2-9-00 Pat Eddery 
10 IT MUST BE SPEECH (The Speech Partnership) Shaun Keightley 2-9-00 Pat McCabe 
11 HAZYVIEW (T Mohan) Neville Callaghan 2-9-00 Kieren Fallon 
12 ALTARES (Mrs A Petersen) Paul Howling 2-9-00 Richard Mullen 
13 BUCHANAN STREET (Paul & Jenny Green) Neville Callaghan 2-9-00 George Duffield 
13 ran Breeder: Dr T Ryan Breeding: King Of Kings - Khulasah (Affirmed) Distances:1/2, nk, 3/4, 3/4, 1/2, 1 1/2, 1/2, 2, 6, 3 1/2, 1 1/4, 12 Time: 1 minute 26.36 seconds Totes: Win: £4.70; Places: £1.90; £2.40; £7.30 Exacta: £48.40
Winning trainer:-Name Charlton, Roger John Born: Connah’s Quay, Flintshire, 18/1/50First winner: Deploy (Haydock, April 14, 1990) Date of first licence:1990 Previous Occupation: Amateur rider (three wins including 1969 Fulke Walwyn Kim Muir Chase on Pride Of Kentucky), worked for Colin Davies, stockbroker, 1975-77 ran equine swimming pool in Lambourn, 1978-89 assistant to Jeremy Tree Classic win: (1) Vodafone Derby (1990 Quest For Fame) Other major wins include: French Derby (1990 Sanglamore), Prix d’Ispahan (1991 Sanglamore), Dante Stakes (1990 Sanglamore), Lancashire Oaks (1996 Spout), John Porter Stakes (1996 Spout), Prix de l’Opera (1994 Andromaque), Scottish Classic (1995 Baron Ferdinand), Hungerford Stakes (1993 Inchinor), Criterion Stakes (1993 Inchinor), Greenham Stakes (1993 Inchinor), Lingfield Derby Trial (1996 Mystic Knight), Sandown Mile (1997 Wixim), Stanley Leisure Sprint Cup (1998 Tamarisk), Rockfel Stakes (2002 Luvah Girl) Wins in a season (1990-2002):37:26:43:47:48:42:52:40:22:30:34:33:56 Number of horses in training (1990-2003):73:73:70: 79:93:109:104:110:96:70:75:84:76:91 Trains at Beckhampton, Marlborough, Wiltshire Wins This Season: 29 (2nd success of July Meeting)
Winning jockey:-Name: Drowne, Steven Born: December 10, 1971 Based at Hungerford, Berkshire. Stable Jockey to Mick Channon. Previously tutored at the British Racing School, a short period with Chuck Spares, and two years apiece with Richard Holder and Ron Hodges. Riding Weight: 8st 2lb First Winner: Sigwell’s Gold, Chepstow September 15, 1990 Winners (1995 to 2002): 25; 43; 57; 25; 36; 36; 80; 104 Big Race Wins Include: Coventry Stakes (C D Europe 2000); Golden Jubilee Stakes (Harmonic Way 2001); Queen Mary Stakes (Queen’s Logic 2001); Lowther Stakes (Queen’s Logic 2001); Cheveley Park Stakes (Queen’s Logic 2001); Dubai Duty Free Stakes (reg’d as the Fred Darling Stakes) (Queen’s Logic 2002), Moyglare Stud Stakes (2002 Mail The Desert (first win in Ireland), Maurice Lacroix-Trophy (2002 Checkit) Wins This Season: 58 (2nd success of July Meeting)
SIXTH RACE RESULT
4.35pm racingpost.co.uk FILLIES’ RATED HANDICAP
Class B, £20,000 added, for three-year-old fillies Rated 0-100, seven furlongs, Lowest weight: 8st; Highest weight: 9st; Penalties, after June 28, a winner 3lb. Penalty values: 1st: £12,046.60; 2nd: £4,569.40; 3rd: £2,284.70; 4th: £1,038.50; 5th: £519.25; 6th: £311.55
1 DEVANT (The Devant Partnership) Michael Jarvis 3-8-05 Steve Drowne  20-1
2 ZIETORY (The Fairy Story Partnership) Paul Cole 3-8-08 Kieren Fallon  100-30fav
3 MASAADER (Hamdan Al Maktoum) Ed Dunlop 3-8-06 Richard Hills  4-1
4 AUNT RITA (Stamford Bridge Partnership) Michael Bell 3-8-04 Jamie Mackay 
5 ZITHER (Plantation Stud) Richard Hannon 3-8-09 Richard Hughes 
6 LEAVE TO APPEAL (Maureen Hunter) Luca Cumani 3-7-13 Nicky Mackay (5) 
7 PANTONE (Hertford Offset Ltd) Mark Johnston 3-8-06 Kevin Darley 
8 ELIDORE (Nigel Thomas) Bryn Palling 3-9-00 John Egan 
9 DOVE TREE (Girsonfield Ltd) Henry Candy 3-8-11 Chris Catlin 
10 HIGH FINANCE (N Brunskill & D Kerr) John Hills 3-8-02 Martin Dwyer 
11 WIMPLE (Saeed Manana) Clive Brittain 3-8-13 Frankie Dettori 
12 SISTER BLUEBIRD (O’Reilly Hyland & Pidgley Partnership) Brian Meehan 3-8-13 Michael Hills 
13 SECRET FORMULA (Jeff Smith) Sylvester Kirk 3-8-11 Pat Eddery 
13 ran Breeder: J Elias et al Breeding: Zabeel - Frenetic (Truly Vain) Distances: sh, 6, 3/4, 1 1/2, nk, hd, 1 1/4, 3/4, 2, sh, 1 3/4, 2 Time: 1 minute 23.89 seconds Totes: Win: £31.90 places: £8.30; £1.90; £2.30 Exacta: £177.40
Winning trainer:-Name: Jarvis, Michael Andrew Born: Lewes, 14/8/1938 Date of first licence: 1968 Previous Occupation: Son of jump jockey Andrew Jarvis, worked for Bob Turnell and Ryan Price, rode 3 winners as National Hunt jockey, head lad to Towser Gosden for 6 years, head lad to Gordon Smyth for 2 years, private trainer to David Robinson for 8 years.Wins in a season (1991-2002): 24:28:21:15:18:20:17:19:35:38:56:55 Number of horses in training (1991-2003): 59: 46: 39: 39: 43: 36: 45: 66: 61:73:95:106:103 British Classic Wins: Sagitta 1,000 Guineas (2001 Ameerat) Major wins include: French Derby (2000 Holding Court), Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe (1989 Carroll House), Italian Derby (1989 Prorutori, 2001 Morshdi), Premio Parioli (1984 Southern Arrow), 1989 Italian St Leger (Sierra Star), July Cup (1968 So Blessed, 1969 Tudor Music), Nunthorpe Stakes (1968 Flying Legs, 1973 Bitty Girl), Haydock Sprint Cup (1969 Tudor Music, 1971 Green God, 1984 Petong), Racing Post Trophy (1980 Beldale Flutter), Juddmonte International (1981 Beldale Flutter), Coronation Cup (1982 Easter Sun), Premio Presidente Della Repubblica (1985 Bob Back, 2003 Rakti) Trains at: Kremlin House, Newmarket, Suffolk Wins this season: 27
Winning jockey:-Name: Drowne, Steven Born: December 10, 1971 Based at Hungerford, Berkshire. Stable Jockey to Mick Channon. Previously at the British Racing School, a short period with Chuck Spares, and two years apiece with Richard Holder and Ron Hodges. Riding Weight: 8st 2lb First Winner: Sigwell’s Gold, Chepstow September 15, 1990 Winners (1995 to 2002): 25; 43; 57; 25; 36; 36; 80; 104 Big Race Wins Include: Coventry Stakes (C D Europe 2000); Golden Jubilee Stakes (Harmonic Way 2001); Queen Mary Stakes (Queen’s Logic 2001); Lowther Stakes (Queen’s Logic 2001); Cheveley Park Stakes (Queen’s Logic 2001); Dubai Duty Free Stakes (reg’d as the Fred Darling Stakes) (Queen’s Logic 2002), Moyglare Stud Stakes (2002 Mail The Desert (first win in Ireland), Maurice Lacroix-Trophy (2002 Checkit) Wins This Season: 59 (3rd success of July Meeting)
SEVENTH RACE RESULT
5.05pm HYPERION COURT MAIDEN STAKES
Class D, £12,000 added, for three-year-old maidens, one mile and two furlongs, Weights: colts and geldings: 9st; fillies: 8st 9lb. Penalty values: 1st: £8,170.50; 2nd: £2,514; 3rd: £1,257; 4th: £628.50
1 TANAGHUM (Hamdan Al Maktoum) John Dunlop 3-8-09 Richard Hills  6-1
2 REYADI (Hamdan Al Maktoum) Ben Hanbury 3-9-00 Willie Supple  25-1
3 INTRODUCING (Khalid Abdulla) Barry Hills 3-8-09 Richard Hughes  5-1
4 BURY ST EDMUNDS (Colin Davey Racing) James Fanshawe 3-9-00 Jamie Spencer 
5 OPENING HYMN (The Earl Cadogan) Marcus Tregoning 3-8-09 Frankie Dettori 
6 PERELANDRA (Lucayan Stud) Jeremy Noseda 3-8-09 Darryll Holland 
7 RED FORT (The Red Fort Partnership) Michael Jarvis 3-9-00 Pat Eddery 
8 SPECIALITY (Mountgrange Stud) Roger Charlton 3-8-09 Steve Drowne  7-2fav
9 SWEET HARRIET (Mette Campbell-Andenaes) Marcus Tregoning 3-8-09 Martin Dwyer 
10 GRAND WIZARD (Kelly, Shenfield, Slade & Straker-Smith) William Jarvis 3-9-00 Michael Tebbutt 
11 BESTSELLER (Cliveden Stud) Ed Dunlop 3-8-09 Kevin Darley 
12 FRONT RANK (Exors of the Late Lord Weinstock) Sir Michael Stoute 3-9-00 Kieren Fallon 
12 ran Breeder: Shadwell Estate Co Ltd Breeding: Darshaan - Mehthaaf (Nureyev) Distances: 1, 2 1/2, 1 1/2, 1 1/4, 3/4, 2, 11, 1/2, 1 1/2, 6, 17 Time: 2 minutes 5.59 seconds Totes: Win: £6.80; Places: £2.40; £5.00; £2.10 Exacta: £81.00
Winning trainer:-Name: Dunlop, John Leeper Date of birth: 10/7/39. Date of first licence:1966 Previous Occupation: Assistant to N J Dent and Gordon Smyth. Classic wins: (10) Sagitta 1,000 Guineas (1980 Quick As Lightning, 1990 Salsabil, 1991 Shadayid), Vodafone Derby (1978 Shirley Heights, 1994 Erhaab), Vodafone Oaks (1984 Circus Plume, 1990 Salsabil), Rothmans Royals St Leger (1986 Moon Madness, 1997 Silver Patriarch, 2000 Millenary), Other Major wins: Irish Derby (1978 Shirley Heights, 1990 Salsabil), Irish 1,000 Guineas (1994 Mehtaaf), Irish 2,000 Guineas (1970 Black Satin, 1983 Wassl), Irish St Leger (Mountain Lodge), Italian Derby (1986 Tommy Way), Lockinge Stakes (1984 d.h Wassl), Vodafone Coronation Cup (1980 Sea Chimes; 1998 Silver Patriarch), Coral-Eclipse Stakes (1973 Scottish Rifle), July Cup (1983 Habibti, 1998 Elnadim), Sussex Stakes (1980 Posse), Yorkshire Oaks (1982 Awaasif, 1984 Circus Plume), Nunthorpe Stakes (1983 Habibti), Stanley Leisure Sprint Cup (1981 Runnett, 1983 Habibti, 1994 Lavinia Fontana, 2002 Invincible Spirit), Queen Elizabeth II Stakes (1977 Trusted, 1992 Lahib, 1995 Bahri), Fillies’ Mile (1979 Quick As Lightning, 1994 Aqaarid), Racing Post Trophy (1995 Beauchamp King), Dewhurst Stakes (1998 Mujahid), Preis von Europa (2000 Golden Snake), Prix du Cadran (2000 San Sebastian), Gran Premio del Jockey Club Italiano (2000 Golden Snake), Weatherbys Earl of Sefton Stakes (2001 Right Wing), John Porter Stakes (2001 Lucido), Jockey Club Stakes (2001 Millenary), Sagaro Stakes (2002 Give Notice), Princess of Wales’s Stakes (1968 Mount Athos, 1995 Beauchamp Hero, 2002 and 2003 Millenary), Falmouth Stakes (2002 Tashawak), JP Morgan Private Bank Goodwood Cup (1987 Sergeyevich, 1990 Lucky Moon) Wins in a season (1984-2002):89:62 :106:61 :66:66:78:58:75:93:82:126:88:96:111:122:97:107:79 Horses in training (1985-2003):177:200:192:194 :169:148 :126:131:129:131:142:157:161:153 :183:187: 172:198:178:162 Trains at Arundel, West Sussex Wins this season: 34 (2nd success of July Meeting)
Winning jockey:-Name: Hills, Richard John. Born: Newmarket, 22/1/63 First winner: Border Dawn (Doncaster 26/10/79) Classic wins: (3) Sagitta 1000 Guineas (1995 Harayir, 2000 Lahan), St Leger (1999 Mutafaweq) Other major wins: German Oaks (2002 Salve Regina), Middle Park Stakes (1997 Hayil), Queen Elizabeth II Stakes (1994 Maroof, 2001 Summoner); Yorkshire Cup (1985 Ilium); Norfolk Stakes (1986 Sizzling Melody, 1989 Pettilante), Chesham Stakes (1996 Shamikh), Queen Mary Stakes (1997 Nadwah), July Cup (1998 Elnadim), Hungerford Stakes (1998 Muhtathir), Dubai World Cup (1999 Almutawakel), Temple Stakes (1999 Tipsy Creek); Rockfel Stakes (1999 Lahan); September Stakes (2000 Mutamam); Flutter.com Select Stakes (2000 Ekraar, 2001 Nayef), Autumn Stakes (2000 Nayef), Greenham Stakes (2001 Munir), Dubai Champion Stakes (2001 Nayef), Falmouth Stakes (2000 Alshakr, 2002 Tashawak), Juddmonte International Stakes (2002 Nayef), Geoffrey Freer Stakes (2002 Mubtaker), Great Voltigeur Stakes (2002 Bandari), Watership Down Stud Sales Race (2002 Sharplaw Venture), Royal Lodge Stakes (1998 Mutaahab, 2002 Al Jadeed) Wins (1990-2002):56, 67,52,57,59,70,71,85,83,77,81,79,81 Wins this season: 25
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