Thursday, Doncaster, September 13, 2012
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DFS LADIES DAY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13
Class 1, Group 1, £550,000 Total Prize Fund. 3.40pm,
For three-year-olds only, entire colts and fillies. One mile, six furlongs & 132 yards. Weights: colts 9st; fillies 8st 11lb. Entries closed July 24, entries revealed July 25 (36 entries). Scratchings deadline noon, August 28 (16 remained), five-day confirmation & £45,000 supplementary entry stage Monday, September 10 (11 confirmations) , final declaration stage 10am, Thursday, September 13 (nine runners). Form figures supplied by Weatherbys and are correct up to and including the racing of Wednesday, September 12, 2012.
Form Horse Owner Trainer Jockey
1) 11-111 CAMELOT Derrick Smith, Sue Magnier, Michael Tabor Aidan O'Brien IRE Joseph O’Brien
2) -(3)(2)(5)(3)(0)5 DARTFORD (
3) 21-123 ENCKE (
4) 2111 GUARANTEE Highclere Thoroughbred Racing-Authorized William Haggas Phillip Makin
5) 11-1(1)242 MAIN SEQUENCE (
6) 3113 MICHELANGELO Bjorn Nielsen John Gosden Frankie Dettori
7) 01-5115 THOMAS CHIPPENDALE (IRE) Sir Robert Ogden Sir Henry Cecil Tom Queally
8) 1-21431 THOUGHT WORTHY (
9) (2)(1)2111 URSA MAJOR (IRE) Andrew Tinkler Tommy Carmody IRE Johnny Murtagh
nine declared runners
Taken out today
IMPERIAL MONARCH (IRE) Sue Magnier, Michael Tabor & Derrick Smith Aidan O'Brien IRE
LADBROKES EASE CAMELOT TO 2/5 AFTER NINE DECLARED TO
Unbeaten Camelot, aiming to become the first Triple Crown winner for 42 years in Saturday’s Ladbrokes St Leger at Doncaster, has been eased to 2/5 favourite from 1/3 this morning by the sponsors after eight rivals were declared to run against him in the final British Classic of the season.
Ladbrokes now bet 2/5 Camelot, 8/1 Main Sequence, 8/1 Thought Worthy, 12/1 Michelangelo, 14/1 Guarantee, 16/1 Ursa Major, 25/1 Thomas Chippendale, 33 Encke, 250/1
David Williams of Ladbrokes commented: “The reason that we have eased Camelot to 2/5 is because the Ladbrokes St Leger is a fantastic race for each-way punters with nine runners and we expect most of the business from now on to be each-way bets.
“Camelot is trading at the biggest odds seen since mid-summer.”
THE TRIPLE CROWN AND ITS HEROES
The Triple Crown comprises the 2,000
Few are capable of excelling season-long at the highest level over such a variety of courses and distances and in the 203 years since the running of the first 2,000 Guineas (the other two Classic races are older) just 15 horses have completed the set. Three of those, Pommern, Gay Crusader and Gainsborough, did not have to show the versatility required by different tracks, as their wartime races were all run at
Of the 2,000
The Triple Crown races are the three of the five Classic races which are open to colts. There is also a filly Triple Crown, for a horse that wins the 1,000
Triple Crown Winners (15)
1853 West Australian (6/4 St Leger favourite)
1865 Gladiateur (8/13 St Leger favourite)
1886 Ormonde (1/7 St Leger favourite)
1891 Common (4/5 St Leger favourite)
1893 Isinglass (40/75 St Leger favourite)
1897 Galtee More (1/10 St Leger favourite)
1899 Flying Fox (2/7 St Leger favourite)
1900 Diamond Jubilee (2/7 St Leger favourite)
1903 Rock Sand (2/5 St Leger favourite)
1915 Pommern (1/3 St Leger favourite)
1917 Gay Crusader (2/11 St Leger favourite)
1918 Gainsborough (4/11 St Leger favourite)
1935 Bahram (4/11 St Leger favourite)
1970 Nijinsky (2/7 St Leger favourite)
1843 Cotherstone - 4/7 favourite, second to Nutwith (100/6), beaten a head
1869 Pretender - 5/6 favourite, unplaced behind Pero Gomez (3/1)
1882 Shotover - 100/15, third to Dutch Oven (40/1), beaten 5½ lengths. The only filly to attempt the premier Triple Crown.
1888 Ayrshire - 2/1 favourite, unplaced behind Seabreeze (5/2)
1894 Ladas - 1/4 favourite, second to Throstle (50/1), beaten 3/4 length
1904 St Amant - 4-1, 6th and last behind Pretty Polly (2/5f)
1909 Minoru - 7/4, 4th to Bayardo (10/11f)
1925 Manna - 7/2 joint favourite, 10th behind Solario (7/2 jf)
1931 Cameronian - 5/6 favourite, 10th and last behind
1836 Bay Middleton
1939 Blue Peter (St Leger cancelled due to outbreak of war)
1968 Sir Ivor
2009 Sea The Stars
A TRIPLE CROWN FOR CAMELOT, A SINGLE CROWN FOR O’BRIEN
Apart from Camelot’s attempt to become the 16th colt to win a Triple Crown and the first since Nijinsky in 1970, the Ladbrokes St Leger could produce a statistic unique in Turf history. Victory in the race would make Aidan O’Brien the first trainer to win all five British Classics in a single season. Camelot has won the 2,000
Camelot, unbeaten in five runs, will face eight rivals in the Ladbrokes St Leger on Saturday, the 236th running of the oldest and longest Classic. He will be the first
Camelot’s class is not in doubt - his official rating of 124 puts him 9lb ahead of the next best of his rivals, Thought Worthy and Main Sequence - but he has yet to tackle further than a mile and a half. But his late sire Montjeu is one of the world’s leading influences for class and stamina, already responsible for two St Leger winner in Scorpion (2005) and Masked Marvel (2011), as well as an Ascotclass=Section4>
Gold Cup winner in Fame And Glory.
O’Brien has won three St Legers, with
Thought Worthy is the choice of stable jockey William Buick, who will be bidding to emulate Lester Piggott, - successful on Nijinsky, Athens Wood and Boucher - as winner of three in a row. The only other rider to achieve the feat was Bill Scott, 1838-40. Thought Worthy, by Dynaformer, is a brother to Lucarno; previously six sets of siblings have won, most recently Ribocco (1967) and Ribero (1968).
Michelangelo will be ridden by Frankie Dettori, who will be going for his sixth victory. He is already the race’s most successful jockey currently riding and another win would put him behind only Scott (nine wins between 1821-1846), John Jackson (eight, 1791-1822) and Piggott (eight, 1960-1984) on the all-time list.
Like Lucarno, Thought Worthy finished fourth in the
Of those nine, Bob’s Return (1993),
Three behind Thought Worthy in the Great Voltigeur reoppose in the Ladbrokes St Leger, neck runner-up Main Sequence, third-placed Enke and Thomas Chippendale, fifth.
Main Sequence, a
The Godolphin operation, previously successful with Classic Cliche (1995), Nedawi (1998), Mutafaweq (1999), Rule of Law (2004) and Mastery (2009), are represented by Encke.
JOHN DUNLOP PRESENTATION AT
John Dunlop has announced he will retire at the end of the season from a training career which has spanned 47 years.
Doncaster Racecourse will make a presentation to Dunlop tomorrow to mark his achievements at the home of the final Classic, the Ladbrokes St Leger.
The trainer has enjoyed three St Leger winners - Millenary in 2000, Silver Patriarch in 1997 and Moon Madness in 1986 - and had plenty of other success at
Dunlop saddles Times Up in tomorrow’s Group Two Stobart Doncaster Cup, a race he won with Millenary in both 2005 and 2004 (dead-heat with Kasthari).
JOHN DUNLOP, OBE, FACTFILE
Born at Tetbury, Gloucestershire on July 10, 1939, John Dunlop, the son of a doctor, is one of
He told the Racing Post today: “It’s been a wonderful innings but all good things come to an end. I told my owners at the start of the day and obviously we are all a bit sad but there have been some great days, particularly Ragstone's Gold Cup, the two Derby winners and in this week my three St Leger winners at Doncaster, where I will be going tomorrow. I do want to thank all the owners who have supported me and my staff, a lot of whom have been with me a very long time. I hope we have made a little contribution towards the game over the years and I am very proud to have two sons continuing training.”
The Press Association had quotes from Dunlop as well: “I can confirm that I'll be retiring at the end of the current Flat turf season. There are several reasons behind the decision. I now have much reduced stable numbers and it is now less viable than it once was. My wife has also been ill for quite a while as well, so that has been a factor and I can also now live in the shadow of my very successful sons. I talked to the staff this morning and my owners yesterday and today.”
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DFS LADIES DAY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13
GOING REMAINS GOOD, GOOD TO SOFT IN PLACES
The going at the conclusion of day two of the 2012 Ladbrokes St Leger Festival, DFS Ladies Day, remains:
GOOD, GOOD TO SOFT IN PLACES
Clerk of the Course Jon Pullin reported: “Some of the jockeys reported that the ground was a bit dead after the first couple of races. It was not as warm today as had been forecast and I am leaving the going description overnight as good, good to soft in places.
“Tomorrow is predicted to be dry. There is the chance of a light shower which should not amount to anything significant. Temperatures should reach 18 degrees Celsius which should help the ground dry out a bit.
“Conditions on Saturday should be dry, with temperatures warming up to around 20 degrees Celsius. If the forecast is correct, we should hopefully be racing on good ground on Saturday, Ladbrokes St Leger Day.”
Today’s crowd came to just over 14,000, slightly down on the 2011 figure.
The going at
GOOD, GOOD TO SOFT IN PLACES
Jon Pullin, Clerk of the Course at
“We are forecast a dry day today, with temperatures of up to 18 degrees Celsius.
“Friday and Saturday are also forecast to be dry with temperatures of between 18 and 20 degrees Celsius. There is a chance of a shower on Friday, but if this does arrive it should only be minimal.”
TODAY’S MARKET MOVERS FROM LADBROKES
Race 1 - 1.15pm European Breeders’ Fund Carrie Red Fillies’ Nursery
6 Mollyvator - 6/1 from 8/1
7 Pure Excellence - 9/1 from 16/1
11 Annecdote - 11/2 from 7/1
Race 5 - 3.30pm crownhotel-bawtry.com Irish EBF Maiden
Race 6 - Ladbrokes Bingo Handicap
3 Misplaced Fortune - 16/1 from 25/1
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DFS LADIES DAY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13
Race 1 - EBF Carrie Red Fillies’ Nursery - Winning & Placed Quotes
JAMESBO’S GIRL TAKES THE OPENER
Jamesbo’s Girl was the game winner of the opening race on DFS Ladies Day, taking the extended six-furlong EBF Carrie Red Fillies’ Nursery by three-quarters of a length. The 8/1 hope was partnered by Paul Hanagan for trainer Richard Fahey.
Richard Fahey said: “She’s really tough.
“Her owner (Philip Rolls) is really enthusiastic and I think the horse even has her own website now.
“It was her owner who claimed her. He’s obviously a good judge and if he wants to claim some more horses and send them to me, that would be great!
“Today was the target really. It sounds silly now, but at one stage I thought she might struggle to get in but in the end she finished up fourth top-weight.
“We’ll get her home and think of what do next.”
Paul Hanagan added: “She is not very big but she is very, very tough indeed. We took her to Goodwood and that was a hot race as well - most of it is down to her being so genuine.
“The ground is just a bit tacky today, it has dried up a lot. It’s not as bad as yesterday.”
Sara Cumani said of the runner-up Nargys: “We are very pleased.
“The only thing Jamie [Spencer, rider] said he would have liked to have changed was the ground as he felt it was a bit dead. She’s much better on real top of the ground.
“But she is a lovely filly for next year with bags of scope. We liked her from the moment we saw her as a yearling.”
Race 2 - Japan Racing Association Sceptre Stakes GroupThree - winner quotes
SUNDAY TIMES IT RIGHT ON THURSDAY
After a low-key season, Sunday Times bounced back to her best juvenile form and promise with a sparkling victory in the Group Three Japan Racing Association Sceptre Stakes.
The daughter of Holy Roman Emperor was a close second in the Cheveley Park Stakes and took her chance in the 1,000
“It bottomed her,” he said. “If you look at the race, she’s travelling as well as anything two furlongs out. But she doesn’t stay a mile in the best company and the race completely flattened her.
“And because of that, her season has been a write-off until now. We shouldn’t really have run her in the
There is the possibility that Sunday Times may stay in training next year. “Now she’s won her Group Three I’d maybe say no,” added Chapple-Hyam, “especially as there’s not that much for a seven-furlong filly. But her owner is a sportsman and likes to see his horses run.”
Spencer added: “Peter thought she might just need it, being her first run back. She ran very well in the 1,000
“She was second in the Cheveley Park Stakes last year, so she had the form if she came back to it.
“We split up with Johnny (Murtagh) on one side and, when that happens, everyone races each other so we got racing way too far out. She travels well and I wasn’t even travelling where I was, so they were going to stop in front at some stage.”
Race 2 -
GODOLPHIN HAPPY WITH IMPROVED SHOWING FROM GAMILATI
Gamilati started the year well with two victories at Meydan,
The daughter of Bernadini had not shown a great deal of sparkle on her comeback when 10th in a Group Three contest at Glorious Goodwood but returned to form at Doncaster today when runner-up in the Group Three Japan Racing Association Sceptre Stakes.
Partnered by Mickael Barzalona for trainer Mahmood Al Zarooni, the three-year-old led in the final furlong before being overhauled by Sunday Times, going down by a length.
Simon Crisford, the Godolphin racing manager, commented: “Gamilati has run well today and it was pleasing to see a much better performance than on her previous outing.
“There are no specific plans for her but we will try and look for something at a similar level.”
Race 3 - Weatherbys Insurance £300,000 2-Y-O Stakes - Winning Quotes
CHEONGSAM BAGS THE GOLD
The Gold Cheongsam may have been the only filly to line-up in the 21-runner Weatherbys Insurance £300,000 2-Y-O Stakes but the Red Clubs filly saw off all comers to register a gutsy neck success in the hands of Franny Norton and gain the lucrative first prize of £162,306.
Returned the 11/4 favourite, The Gold Cheongsam (who is named after a traditional type of oriental dress) has now won three of her five starts.
Winning trainer Jeremy Noseda is currently at the Keeneland Sales in
“I have had some good horses in the past. The best was probably Rich Vein, who unfortunately got injured while I had Richest Vein and Fiveoclock Express. This filly could be the best.
“I don’t know we will go next - I will leave all decisions to Jeremy.”
Franny Norton added: “I wanted this race so badly today because of all the news we have had about the Hillsborough disaster. That was for them today, that was for the 96. I would just like to dedicate that victory to them.
“They were coming at me in the end, I could feel them, and I was just praying and shouting for that line. Anyway the line came and class prevailed.
“I am not connected to too many Group horses, so I will leave running plans to others. I am just grateful for today.”
Race 3 - The Weatherbys Insurance £300,000 2-y-o Stakes - runner-up quotes
HAJAM OFF TO
66/1 chance Hajam, narrowly beaten in the Weatherbys Insurance £300,000 2-Y-O Stakes, provided a fine payday for his connections with his £82,793 runner-up prize. But trainer James Tate regretted what might have been and nearly was. “It was a great run,” he said, “but I wish he’d been a neck better. Or maybe that his sire was less popular.”
Tate was referring in the last instance to the conditions of the race, in which the weights carried are determined by the median price achieved by each horse’s sire at the yearling sales. Hajam, homebred by his owners Rabbah Bloodstock, is by Exceed And Excel, and carried 15lb more than the winner The Gold Cheongsam, by Red Clubs.
“He’s the best horse in the race,” added Tate. “We’ve always liked him and he did have some Group oNE entries, but he had a growing sPurt and went a bit weak so we scratched him. But I’d like to think he’d be Group class next year.”
In the shorter term, Hajam is bound for the Champion Two-Year-Old Trophy at
Race 4 - DFS Park Hill Stakes Group Two - winner quotes
TOM JUST WILD ABOUT
Rider Tom Queally praised his mount Wild Coco’s battling qualities after she powered through the field to overhaul clear leader Estimate in the straight and win the Group Two DFS Park Hill Stakes by a length and a quarter. “She stays well,” he said, “and my main concern was that I didn’t want to get stopped in my run. I wanted to keep her gallop tempo going; if I’d had to go back down through the gears it might have been a struggle to get up and going again.
“She’s tough and a battler and she showed that as she got to the other filly and then rallied all the way to the line.”
Wild Coco, a four-year-old daughter of Shirocco, is the first horse her breeders Gestut Rottgen have had in training with Sir Henry Cecil, who was not present at
The DFS Park Hill Stakes, over the St Leger course and distance, is the world’s most prestigious staying contest restricted to fillies and mares. “The idea of sending horses to Sir Henry Cecil was to show that the stud’s products can compete in some of the best international races,” added de Moubray. “Sir Henry always thought Wild Coco was good and there was the possibility that she might have run in the St Leger itself last year. But she was not mature enough, so he put her away and gave her time, and she has proved herself worth his patience and judgement this year.”
Race 4 - DFS Park Hill Stakes - Placed Quotes
It was a blanket finish to the DFS Park Hill Stakes and connections of the two placed fillies were both very satisfied.
“She is a filly we have always thought a lot of and she got the trip really well today - the track obviously suited her.
“I think there is a Group Two race she could go for in
A further short-head back in third was the Royal runner Estimate and she is likely to be campaigned over longer distances in the future.
John Warren, racing manager to The Queen, said: “Estimate has run another really nice race.
“I think she definitely needs further - all she does is stay and she was just tapped for toe over a mile and six furlongs today.
“For her next outing, whether that be this year or next year, we will definitely be looking to step her back up in trip.
“Hopefully, she can develop into a Cup horse for next year.”
Race 5 - crownhotel-bawtry.com Irish EBF Maiden - Winning Quotes
GLENARD OVERCOMES INEXPERIENCE
“He has a lovely action but I thought that he would come on for today’s run mentally more than anything.
“We will see how he comes out of the race and he will tell us what he is up for. He is in the
“There was the Godolphin horse zig-zagging in front and I thought that I had got there too late but the other horse ducked. I think that, if I had got the clean run I wanted, I would have beaten them anyhow.
“He is big and raw - he was fancying everything down at the start - and he had got a lot to learn but they don’t win unless they have got talent.”
Race 6 - Ladbrokes Bingo Handicap - winner quotes
TONE IS SET OVER SIX
Before today, Amadeus Wolfe Tone had run nine of his 11 races over seven furlongs or more. But after speeding home at a well-backed 9/2 in the Ladbrokes Bingo Handicap over six furlongs, the gelding will be sticking to the shorter distance. “He’s a decent horse,” said trainer Jamie Osborne, “but he’s one of those odd ones who had lured me down the seven-furlong route.
“He’s a half-brother to a horse that ran in last year’s Leger, Census. But I just had a hunch that dropping him back to six would be the answer. This is his trip and he won’t be plying his trade over anything else from now on.”
Next stop for the three-year-old will be
Amadeus Wolfe Tone was Lambourn-based Osborne’s 35th winner of the campaign. “This one is a quality horse and one of our better ones,” said Osborne, “but things are going pretty well. It’s all about being realistic about how good your horses are and putting them in the right company.”
The three-year-old was a second winner of the day, after Sunday Times, for Jamie Spencer. “He was always cruising,” said the rider, “but I was glad when the small group he was in did merge with the main group. He has loads of boot but he wouldn’t want it soft.”
Race 7 - DFS Handicap - winner quotes
BLACK SHOWS PLENTY OF SPIRIT
Black Spirit bounced back from an injury sustained at Royal Ascot to take the DFS Handicap. The five-year-old damaged a tendon in finishing a neck second to Gatewood in the Wolferton Handicap, and had not run since, but gained fine compensation in today’s 10-furlong finale to win for the first time since July 2010 and the third time in all.
“It was a nasty injury,” said trainer Clive Cox, “which accounts for his absence since June, and this was a nice prize that he thoroughly deserved. Things have been tough for him ratings-wise since he won at Sandown as a three-year-old, but he’s always shown up well, and in some good races.
“Today was the step up he needed to make after what happened at
Cox will consider the Cambridgeshire for Black Spirit but Alan Spence’s gelding, currently a 20/1 shot for the
Black Spirit was ridden, as in all five of his races this year, by Adam Kirby. “He’s a joy to ride,” said the jockey. “He’s straightforward and tough and helps you all the way.”
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DFS LADIES DAY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13
FIRST RACE RESULT
1.15pm EUROPEAN BREEDERS’ FUND CARRIE RED FILLIES’ NURSERY
Class 2, £30,000 guaranteed. For 2yo which are E.B.F. eligible, 6f 110yds. Weights: highest weight not less than 9st 7lb; Minimum weight 7-12. Penalties after September 1st, each race won 6lb. Penalty value 1st £19,407.00; 2nd £5,775.00; 3rd £2,886.00; 4th £1,443.00
1) JAMESBO'S GIRL (Hardisty Rolls) Richard Fahey 2-9-03 Paul Hanagan  8/1
2) NARGYS (IRE) (Sheikh Mohammed Obaid Al Maktoum) Luca Cumani 2-9-05 Jamie Spencer  7/1
3) PURE EXCELLENCE (Excellence Racing) Mark Johnston 2-9-01 Franny Norton  7/1
4) ANNECDOTE (Tom Edwards & Partners) Jonathan Portman 2-8-13 John Fahy  6/1
5) STEER BY THE STARS (IRE) (Capt Alasdair & Eliza Ross) Mark Johnston 2-9-01 Joe Fanning 
6) ELLE WOODS (IRE) (Andrew Tinkler) Michael Dods 2-9-04 Paul Mulrennan 
7) THIS IS NICE (IRE) (Laurance Bellman) Tom Dascombe p1 2-8-12 Richard Kingscote 
8) NEW FALCON (IRE) (Saeed Manana) James Tate p2-8-13 Neil Callan 
9) MOLLYVATOR (IRE) (David & Yvonne Blunt) Elaine Burke 2-9-01 Martin Harley  11/2 Fav
10) STRANGE MAGIC (IRE) (
11) DREAM VALE (IRE) (
12) ROYAL STEPS (IRE) (Saif Ali) James Tate 2-9-00 Martin Dwyer 
13) TUSSIE MUSSIE (
14) SOMETHING MAGIC (Mr & Mrs Christopher Wright) Sylvester Kirk 2-8-05 William Buick 
15) PROJECTISLE (IRE) (Angie Bailey) Kevin Ryan 2-8-09 Amy Ryan 
16) PENNY GARCIA (Jim & Helen Bowers) Tim Easterby 2-9-00 Duran Fentiman 
17) IT'S TABOO (Mrs T Channing-Williams) Mark Usher 2-8-13 Jimmy Fortune 
18) PUTERI NUR LAILA (IRE) (HRH Sultan Ahmad Shah) Paul Cole 2-8-04 Luke Morris 
18 ran Non-Runners: INDIGNANT (Going), SUMMER ISLES (Going)
Breeder: Lady Juliet Tadgell Breeding: Refuse To
Time: 1m 19.47s Distances: ¾, ½, 1, 4, 2½, ¾, 1¼, ½, nk, nk, nk, 2, 4, hd, 2¾, 4, 4½
Tote Win: £9.00 Places: £1.90 £2.20 £1.90 £2.00 Exacta: £56.60
Winning Jockey:-Name: Hanagan, Paul Geoffrey Born: September 8, 1980 Other Information: Formerly apprenticed to trainer Richard Fahey in Malton - the winner of the Racing Schools Apprentice series in 2000, he earned himself a six-week working holiday with Paddy Rudkin in Dubai. Father, Geoff, had brief flirtation with racing in 1960s working for John Waugh in
Winning trainer:- Name: Fahey, Richard Date of birth: 2/2/66 Based: Manor House Farm, Butterwick, Brawby, Malton Background: Born in Nigeria and raised in County Meath, Ireland, Richard was formerly a jockey who rode 108 winners under both codes and was joint champion conditional rider for the 1988/89 season. He quit the saddle in 1992 to concentrate on his livery yard near Malton before for a dual-purpose licence in 1993. First Group One Win: Wootton Bassett, Prix Jean-Luc Lagardere (Grand Criterium), Longchamp, October 3, 2010 Other Big Race Wins Include: Darley July Cup (2012 Mayson), Weatherbys Insurance £300,000 2-Y-O Stakes (2010 Wootton Bassett) totesport Ayr Gold Cup (2006 Fonthill Road); Cork & Orrery Stakes (2000 Superior Premium), Galtres Stakes (2006 Anna Pavlova), Harvest Stakes (2006 Anna Pavlova), John Smith’s Cup (2002 Vintage Premium, 2007 Charlie Tokyo, 2008 Flying Clarets), Sky Bet Dash (2006 Wyatt Earp), Vodafone Stewards’ Cup (1998 Superior Premium), William Hill Mile (2003 Lady Bear), totesport Chester Cup (2007 Greenwich Meantime), Chipchase Stakes (2008 Utmost Respect), bet365 Lancashire Oaks (2008 Anna Pavlova), Duke Of York Blue Square Stakes (2009 Utmost Respect), Greenlands Stakes (2009 Utmost Respect), Summer Stakes (2010 Rose Blossom), Victoria Racing Club International Stakes (2010 Castles In The Air), 32Red.com Bunbury Cup (2011 Brae Hill), Palace House Stakes (2012 Mayson) Royal Ascot Wins (3): Golden Jubilee Stakes (2000 Superior Premium), King George V Handicap (2009 Cosmic Sun), Windsor Castle Stakes (2010 Marine Commando) First Royal Ascot Winner: Cork & Orrery Stakes (2000 Superior Premium) First Goodwood Winner: Superior Premium, Vodafone Stewards’ Cup, August 1, 1998 Total Goodwood Wins: 11 (7 at Festival meeting) Horses in training (1995-2012): 18; 24; 32; 53; 44; 51; 48; 60; 85; 98; 92; 78; 84; 100; 94; 97; 119; 73 Wins (1993-2011): 1; 2; 7; 11; 25; 20; 26; 37; 26; 46; 50; 77; 79; 87; 85; 113; 165; 181; 151 Wins in 2012: 114class=Section7>
SECOND RACE RESULT
Class 1, Group 3, £55,000 guaranteed. For 3yo+, fillies and mares which have not won a Group 1 Pattern race in 2012, 7f. Weights 3yo.8st 10lb; 4yo+ 9st. Penalties after February 29th, 2012, a winner of a Group 3 race 3lb; of a Group 2 race 5lb. Weight for age 3 from 4yo+ 4lb. Penalty value 1st £32,560.00 2nd £12,314.50 3rd £6,154.50 4th £3,074.50
1) SUNDAY TIMES (Allan Belshaw) Peter Chapple-Hyam 3-8-10 Jamie Spencer  22/1
2) GAMILATI (Godolphin) Mahmood Al Zarooni 3-8-10 Mickael Barzalona  9/1
3) VALENCHA (Pangfield Partners) Hughie Morrison 5-9-00 Richard Hughes  14/1
4) INSTANCE (The Hon Williams Vestey) Jeremy Noseda p1 4-9-00 Jimmy Fortune 
5) SENTARIL (Lael Stable) William Haggas 3-8-10 Johnny Murtagh  3/1 Fav
6) APPEALING (IRE) (Yvonne Jacques) Marco Botti 3-8-10 William Buick 
7) RADIO GAGA (Multiplex Racing) Ed McMahon 3-8-10 Richard Mullen 
8) REGAL REALM (Cheveley Park Stud) Jeremy Noseda p3-8-13 Tom Queally 
9) ALSINDI (IRE) (Saeed Manana) Clive Brittain 3-8-10 Silvestre De Sousa 
10) LIBYS DREAM (IRE) (Ms A Quinn) Tom Dascombe 4-9-00 Richard Kingscote 
11) VILLENEUVE (Gary & Lesley Middlebrook) William Muir 3-8-10 Martin Dwyer 
12) COOLNAGREE (IRE) (Ann Fortune) William McCreery IRE 3-8-10 Declan McDonogh 
13) BONNIE BRAE (Mrs T A Foreman) David Elsworth 5-9-00 Eddie Ahern 
14) I'M SO GLAD (Chris Wright & Catherine Corbett) Mick Channon 3-8-10 Martin Harley 
15) INETROBIL (IRE) (Highclere Thoroughbred Racing & P Beirne) Kevin Ryan 3-8-10 Phillip Makin 
16) NEUTRAFA (IRE) (Tony Ashley) John Mackie 4-9-00 Michael O'Connell 
17) PERFECT STEP (IRE) (Clipper Logistics) Roger Varian 3-8-10 Neil Callan 
18) MISS WORK OF ART (Mel Roberts & Nicola Meese) Richard Fahey 3-8-10 Paul Hanagan 
Breeder: Times Of Wigan Ltd Breeding: Holy Roman Emperor (IRE) - Forever Times (So Factual (
Time: 1m 25.37s Distances: 1, ½, nk, 2¼, 2, ¾, 1, nk, 3, 2, ¾, ¾, 1, 1, 16, sh, 34
Tote Win: £30.60 Places: £9.80 £2.60 £6.30 Exacta: £194.60
Winning trainer:-Name: Chapple-Hyam, Peter William Based: St Gatien, All Saints Road,
Winning jockey:-Name: Spencer, James (Jamie) Peter Date of Birth: 08/06/1980 Background:. Champion apprentice in
THIRD RACE RESULT
2.20pm WEATHERBYS INSURANCE £300,000 2-Y-O STAKES
Class 2, £300,000 guaranteed. For 2yo, whose sire established one or more yearling sales at the main flat bred and mixed public auction sales held in Europe or
1) THE GOLD CHEONGSAM (IRE) (Arashan Ali) Jeremy Noseda 2-8-01 Franny Norton  11/4 Fav
2) HAJAM (Saif Ali) James Tate 2-9-02 Martin Dwyer  66/1
3) HAAFAGUINEA (Exors of the late Dennis Shaw) Clive Cox 2-8-03 John Fahy  33/1
4) INDIAN JADE (Michael Beaumont) Kevin Ryan 2-8-03 John Quinn  12/1
5) PARLIAMENT SQUARE (IRE) (Michael Tabor, Derrick Smith & Sue Magnier) Aidan O'Brien IRE p1 2-9-05 Joseph O'Brien 
6) HOTOTO (Kenneth MacPherson) Kevin Ryan 2-8-06 Paul Mulrennan 
7) KING DRAGON (IRE) (Trelawny II) Brian Meehan 2-8-09 Shane Kelly 
9) LIBER (William Charnley & Richard Pegum) Sir Mark Prescott 2-8-06 Luke Morris 
10) SALUTATION (IRE) (Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Al Maktoum) Mark Johnston 2-8-09 Silvestre De Sousa 
11) FLYMAN (George Murray) Richard Fahey 2-8-06 Paul Hanagan 
12) POLSKI MAX (
13) PAY FREEZE (IRE) (Qatar Racing Limited) Mick Channon 2-8-03 Harry Bentley 
14) LETSTALKABOUTMONEY (IRE) (Barry Fulton & Elaine Burke) Elaine Burke v2-8-03 Wayne Lordan 
16) CARLTON BLUE (IRE) (Meyrick, Dunnington-Jefferson & Wright) Paul Cole t1 2-8-06 Martin Harley 
17) MY BOY BILL (Mrs L Ward) Mick Easterby 2-9-00 Graham Gibbons 
18) MERINGUE PIE (R Morecombe, D Anderson, M Hughes ) Richard Hannon 2-8-09 Richard Hughes 
19) BEACH CLUB (John Fretwell) David Brown 2-8-06 Mickael Barzalona 
20) GREY BLUE (IRE) (Alan Spence) Mark Johnston 2-8-06 Jioe Fanning 
21) LYRIC ACE (IRE) (Byerley Thoroughbred Racing) Richard Hannon 2-8-03 Kieran O'Neill 
21 ran Non-Runner: Brazen (Going)
Breeder: Tally-Ho Stud Breeding: Red Clubs (IRE) - Fuerta Ventura (IRE) (Desert Sun)
Time: Distances: nk, ½, ½, 1, ½, 1¼, nse, nk, ¾, ¾, 2½, 1½, ½, 4½, 1¼, 1, 4, 1½, 8, 9
Tote Win: £4.00 Places: £2.10 £17.50 £11.10 Exacta: £295.30
Winning trainer:- Name: Noseda, Jeremy James Date of birth: 17/9/63 Trains at Shalfleet, Bury Road, Newmarket Other details: Served as assistant trainer with John Dunlop (6 years) as well as spells with Godolphin and John Gosden British Classic Wins: (1) Ladbrokes St Leger (2006 Sixties Icon) Irish Classic Wins (2): Irish 2000 Guineas (2006 Araafa), Irish St Leger (2010 Sans Frontieres) Major wins: Golden Jubilee Stakes (2007 Soldier’s Tale), Darley July Cup (2009 Fleeting Spirit), Breeders’ Cup Juvenile (2004 Wilko), Cheveley Park Stakes (1998 Wannabe Grand, 2003 Carry On Katie), Meon Valley Stud Fillies’ Mile (2006 Simply Perfect), Middle Park Stakes (2003 Balmont), Sussex Stakes (2005 Proclamation), St James’s Palace Stakes (2006 Araafa), Falmouth Stakes (2007 Simply Perfect), Jamaica Handicap (2011 Western Aristocrat) Royal Ascot Wins (9): Jersey Stakes (2002 Just James, 2005 Proclamation), Norfolk Stakes (2004 Blue Dakota), Albany Stakes (2005 La Chunga, 2006 Sander Camillo), St James’s Palace Stakes (2006 Araafa), Golden Jubilee Stakes (2007 Soldier’s Tale), Royal Hunt Cup (2009 Forgotten Voice), Wokingham Handicap (2010 Laddies Poker Two) Horses in training (1998-2011): 48; 78; 66; 70; 71; 67; 81; 91; 114; 117; 113; 119; 110; 97; Wins (1997-2011): 0, 18, 39, 40, 37, 43, 37, 34, 47; 46; 50; 61; 61; 55; 62 Wins in 2012: 29
Winning jockey:-Name: Norton, Francis Born: July 28, 1970 Background: Grew up in
FOURTH RACE RESULT
2.55pm DFS PARK HILL STAKES
Class 1, Group 2, £80,000 guaranteed. For 3yo+, fillies and mares, 1m 6f 132yds. Weights 3yo.8st 6lb; 4yo+ 9st 4lb. Penalties after February 29th, 2012, a winner of a Group 2 race 3lb; of a Group 1 race 5lb. Penalty value 1st £45,368.00 2nd £17,200.00 3rd £8,608.00 4th £4,288.00 5th £2,152.00 6th £1,080.00
2) HAZEL LAVERY (IRE) (R Morecombe, E O’Leary, R Scarborough)
3) ESTIMATE (IRE) (The Queen) Sir Michael Stoute 3-8-06 Paul Hanagan  7/2
4) GALLIPOT (Lady Rothschild) John Gosden 3-8-06 William Buick 
5) AMBIVALENT (IRE) (Abdullah Saeed Belhab) Roger Varian h3-8-06 Neil Callan 
6) BITE OF THE CHERRY (Richard Frisby) Michael Bell 3-8-06 Hayley Turner 
7) MONSHAK (IRE) (Nurlan Bizakov) Sir Michael Stoute 3-8-06 Franny Norton 
8) CRACKING LASS (IRE) (Mel Roberts & Nicola Messe) Richard Fahey 5-9-04 Tony Hamilton 
9) KAILANI (Godolphin) Mahmood Al Zarooni 3-8-06 Mickael Barzalona 
Breeder: Gestut Rottgen Breeding: Shirocco (GER) - Wild Side (GER) (Sternkoenig (GER))
Time: 3m 5.94s Distances: 1¼, sh, sh, 1, 2¾, 3½, nk, 1½
Tote Win: £3.20 Places: £1.50 £4.10 £1.10 Exacta: £40.70
Winning trainer:-Name: Cecil, Sir Henry Richard Amherst Born: January 11, 1943,
Winning jockey:-Name: Queally, Thomas Peter Born: October 8, 1984 Background: Son of Declan, who trains a small string in
FIFTH RACE RESULT
3.30pm crownhotel-bawtry.com IRISH EBF MAIDEN
Class 3, £11,500 guaranteed. For 2yo, which are E.B.F. eligible, 1m. Weights colts and geldings 9st 3lb; fillies 8st 12lb. Penalty value 1st £7,439.35 2nd £2,213.75 3rd £1,106.30 4th £553.15
1) GLENARD (John Grant)
2) SICUR (Scuderia Rencati Srl) Luca Cumani 2-9-00
3) SPACE SHIP (Lady Rothschild) John Gosden 2-9-03 William Buick  5/2 Fav
4) WINTERLUDE (IRE) (Godolphin) Mahmood Al Zarooni 2-8-12 Antioco Murgia (5)  11/1
5) LIONS ARCH (IRE) (Andrew Russell) Richard Hannon 2-9-03 Jimmy Fortune 
6) ENNISTOWN (Godolphin) Mahmood Al Zarooni 2-9-03 Mickael Barzalona 
8) EMULATING (IRE) (Ben Wong) Richard Hannon 2-9-03 Richard Hughes 
10) TUSCAN FUN (K Allen, R Marchant & G Jarvis) Roger Varian 2-9-03 Neil Callan 
11) LOVE MARMALADE (IRE) (Crone Stud Farms Ltd) Kevin Ryan 2-9-03 Phillip Makin 
12) HAVERSTOCK (Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Al Maktoum) Mark Johnston 2-9-03 Joe Fanning 
13) BOUGALOO (Michaelmas Daisy Partnership) Alan McCabe 2-9-03 Martin Harley 
14) DARAKTI (IRE) (Mrs D E Sharp) Alan McCabe 2-9-00 Declan Cannon (3) 
Breeder: Denford Stud Ltd Breeding: Arch (
Time: 1m 41.47s Distances: sh, ½, 1, 1, hd, 2¼, ½, 2¾, nse, hd, 1¼, 8, 7, ¾
Tote Win: £19.80 Places: £4.20 £4.30 £1.40 Exacta: £140.80
Winning trainer:-Name: Hills, Charles Born: September 29, 1978 Trains: Wetherdown House, Lambourn, Hungerford,
Winning jockey:-Name: Hills, Michael Patrick.Born:
SIXTH RACE RESULT
4.05pm LADBROKES BINGO HANDICAP
Class 3, £15,000 guaranteed. For 3yo+ Rated 76-90 (also open to such horses rated 75 and below), 6f. Weights highest weight: 4yo+.9st 7lb; 3yo 9st 5lb Minimum weight 8-7, 3-y-o 8-5. Penalties after September 1st, each race won 6lb. Weight for age 3 from 4yo+ 2lb. Penalty value 1st £9,703.50 2nd £2,887.50 3rd £1,443.00 4th £721.50
1) AMADEUS WOLFE TONE (IRE) (B T McDonald) Jamie Osborne p3-9-02 Jamie Spencer  9/2
2) MISPLACED FORTUNE (W F Burton) Nigel Tinkler v7-9-04 Dale Swift (3)  16/1
3) GOLDREAM (TSEGA Horses) Luca Cumani 3-9-02 Richard Hughes  4/1 Fav
4) ANOTHER TRY (IRE) (The Twyford Partnership) Alan Jarvis 7-8-11 Michael Metcalfe (3)  14/1
5) MY KINGDOM (IRE) (My Kingdom For A Horse) Stuart Williams t6-9-01 William Carson 
6) ELUSIVE FLAME (Jeff Smith) David Elsworth 3-9-03 William Buick 
7) CAPONE (IRE) (Brooklands Racing) Garry Moss 7-9-05 Shane Kelly 
8) SEEKING MAGIC (The Seekers) Clive Cox ht4-9-04 Adam Kirby 
9) SOHRAAB (Pangfield Racing) Hughie Morrison b8-9-04 Martin Harley 
10) NOVELLEN LAD (IRE) (Johnson & Broughton) Willie Musson 7-9-02 Jamie Mackay 
11) ROKER PARK (IRE) (Trevor Alderson & Partners) David O'Meara b7-9-01 Daniel Tudhope 
12) MAPPIN TIME (IRE) (P Baillie, Habton Farms) Tim Easterby p4-9-03 Paul Mulrennan 
13) CARANBOLA (Mel Brittain) Mel Brittain 6-9-00 Jimmy Fortune 
14) DICKIE'S LAD (IRE) (Duddy, McNulty & Duncan) Kevin Ryan ht4-9-02 Phillip Makin 
15) VICTOIRE DE LYPHAR (IRE) (
17) MEDICI TIME (Mrs C A Hodgetts, Habton Farms) Tim Easterby v7-9-01 Eddie Ahern 
18 ran Non-Runners: PRODIGALITY (Going), PIAZZA SAN PIETRO (Going), HARRISON GEORGE (IRE) (Self Cert (Pulled Shoe Off)), PISCEAN (
Breeder: Brian Williamson Breeding: Amadeus Wolf - Slieve (Selkirk (
Time: 1m 13.09s Distances: ¾, nk, 1, hd, hd, sh, 1, nse, ½, ½, nse, 2, ½, 2¾, 1
Tote Win: £5.70 Places: £1.50 £5.40 £1.30 £4.40 Exacta: £143.60
Winning trainer:-Name: Osborne, Jamie Born: 28/08/67 Based: Kingsdown Stables, Upper Lambourn Background: Former professional jump jockey Big Race Wins Include: Windsor Castle Stakes (2001 Irony & 2007 Drawnfromthepast), Milk It Mick (2003 Somerville Tattersall Stakes),Milk It Mick (2003 Dewhurst Stakes), De Boer Stakes (2007 Docofthebay), Betfred Cesarewitch (2011 Never Can Tell), Betfair Summer Double International Heritage Handicap (2012 Field Of Dream) First Group Race Victory: Milk It Mick (2003 Somerville Tattersall Stakes) First Royal Ascot winner: June 22, 2001 (Windsor Castle Stakes, Irony) Royal Ascot Wins (4): Windsor Castle Stakes (2001 Irony, 2007 Drawnfromthepast), Queen Alexandra Stakes (2007 Enjoy The Moment), Buckingham Palace Handicap (2010 Treadwell) Horses in Training (2008-2011): 76; 77; 43; 50; 51 Wins (2001-2011): 31; 49; 48; 40; 27; 37; 61; 21; 21; 33; 24 Wins in 2012: 35
Winning jockey:-Name: Spencer, James (Jamie) Peter Date of Birth: 08/06/1980 Background:. Champion apprentice in
SEVENTH RACE RESULT
4.35pm DFS HANDICAP
Class 2, £25,000 guaranteed. For 3yo+ Rated 96-110 (also open to such horses rated 95 and below), 1m 2f 60yds. Weights highest weight: 4yo+.9st 12lb; 3yo 9st 5lb. Minimum weight 8-12, 3-y-o 8-5. Penalties: after September 1st, each race won 6lb. Penalty value 1st £16,172.50 2nd £4,812.50 3rd £2,405.00 4th £1,202.50
1) BLACK SPIRIT (
2) RESURGE (IRE) (Chris & David Stam) Stuart Kittow t1 7-9-00 Neil Callan  14/1
3) TRADE STORM (Universal Racing) David Simcock 4-9-11 Jamie Spencer  3/1 Fav
4) SPECIFIC GRAVITY (FR) (Niarchos Family) Sir Henry Cecil 4-9-06 Tom Queally 
5) SANDAGIYR (FR) (Godolphin) Saeed bin Suroor 4-9-12 Mickael Barzalona 
6) SPANISH DUKE (IRE) (Windflower Overseas Holdings Inc) John Dunlop 5-9-02 Eddie Ahern 
Breeder: Arundel Farm Llc Breeding: Black Minnaloushe (USA) - L’Extra Honor (USA) (Hero’s Honor (USA))
Time: 2m 9.75s Distances: 1½, nk, ¾, 6, 7
Tote Win: £4.30 Places: £2.10 £5.00 Exacta: £48.40
Winning trainer:- Name: Cox, Clive Born: May 14, 1964 Trains at: Beechdown Farm, Sheepdrove, Lambourn, Berks Former Occupation: Professional jump and Flat jockey recording 80 winners in ten years. Rode for Peter Cundell on the Flat and Oliver Sherwood over Jumps. Started dual-purpose training from a farm in Wootton Bassett in 1992, having previously run a livery yard in Lambourn for several years. He was forced to quit a year later due to the recession, having saddled three winners, joining Mikey Heaton-Ellis’ yard near
Winning jockey:- Name: Kirby, Adam Background: Apprenticed to Michael Wigham in