Newmarket Racecard - Thursday 8th July

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THE JOCKEY CLUB WELCOMES YOU Welcome to the Moët & Chandon July Festival It is a great pleasure to welcome you to the July Course for the Moët & Chandon July Festival. Today is Ladies’ Day, an occasion when the action on the turf is very much complemented by fashion and elegance in the enclosures. We have seven races to savour, including Group 2 action in the Tattersalls July Stakes and Princess of Wales’s Tattersalls Stakes, the Group 3 Bahrain Trophy Stakes and the Listed Edmondson Hall Solicitors Sir Henry Cecil Stakes. For those who enjoy the challenge of selecting the winner of big field competitive handicaps, the Each Way Extra at bet365 Handicap should prove an intriguing puzzle. We would like to thank the European Breeders Fund, The Kingdom of Bahrain, Tattersalls, bet365, Edmondson Hall Solicitors and John Deere for their generous sponsorship of this afternoon’s racing, as well as Moët & Chandon for sponsoring all three days of the July Festival. We also extend our thanks to Al Basti Equiworld Dubai, for their sponsorship of our Owners’ facility. We hope that many of you will enter our Style Awards, a celebration of the best dressed people on the racecourse. Our judges will be looking for originality and creativity, as well as attention to detail and an appreciation of current fashion trends. Everyone can enter and we greatly look forward to seeing the judges announce the victor in the Winner’s Enclosure at 4.20pm. The Moët & Chandon July Festival will be broadcast live on ITV and Racing TV, both of whom provide consistently excellent coverage. The Jockey Club’s website will feature an interactive ‘Raceday Live’ feed across all three days, featuring opinion polls, fun quizzes, live updates and video content to enhance your experience of the event. While restrictions continue, we all still have a role to play in preventing the spread of coronavirus. I therefore remind you of our customer code of conduct, the key points of which can be found on page 8, and I thank you for your understanding. I wish all the horses and their connections competing today the very best of luck and I wish you a wonderful afternoon here at the July Course. Best wishes, SOPHIE ABLE General ManagerWHAT’S ON SITE TODAY?

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Race Conditions can be found on page 62

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Br B or Br c Kitten’s Joy (USA) - Sweeter Still (IRE) (Rock of Gibraltar (IRE)) 12 Oisin Murphy J 12 Andrew Balding, Kingsclere T O Qatar Racing Limited 13 13 Tweenhills Farm & Stud Ltd S B Calumet Farm 1414 TIMEFORM VIEW Progressed at 2 yrs to land the rearranged Group 1 Vertem Futurity Trophy at Newcastle on his fourth start. Stable confidence has been high ahead of his seasonal reappearance and he has to be respected. TFRHHHHI BHA118 3

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RACECARD

1. FORM

EXPERT VIEW

A quick way to see a horse’s past performance. These are its recent finishing positions.

How the experts rate the horse’s chances:

Look out for Letters: C = Has won at this course D = Has won over this distance CD = Has won over this distance at this course BF = Was a beaten favourite

2. BHA rating = the higher the number, the better the horse. 3. Timeform view and TFR rating 4. HORSE’S TRAINER & THEIR LOCATION Look out for the summary of leading course trainers before each race.

MORE INFORMATION ON THE FORM

5. JOCKEY

- = New racing season / = Missed racing season P = Was pulled-up and didn’t finish the race F = Horse fell U = Rider unseated R = Horse refused to race CO = The horse was forced out of a race by a loose horse B = Horse was brought down S = Horse slipped r = The horse ran around a jump or took the wrong course in a flat race d = Disqualified Bold form figures = performance in all-weather (Flat) or Point-to-Point (Jump) races

Listen out for any jockeys who are having a successful day. OTHER USEFUL DETAILS 6. Owner’s colours worn by the Jockey 7. Saddlecloth number 8. Horse’s name 9. Days since the horse last run 10. Horse’s age 11. Jockey’s weight (stone and Ibs) 12. The horse’s breeding – father (sire) and mother (dam) 13. Horse’s owner 14. Horse’s breeder 15. Birthplace of horse (outside GB) 16. Draw – position of the horse in the starting stalls

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9 Mecca’s Hot Steps (GB) 9-5

DONCASTER Race 1 1.10

6f 2y

1 Another Bertie (IRE)

9-5

2 Global Wisdom (FR)

9-5

3 Good To Go (GB)

9-5

Nigel Tinkler Faye McManoman (3) Form: 0, BHA: -

Chris Dwyer Form:

James Sullivan BHA: -

J. R. Jenkins Form: 0,

4 Grifter (GB)

Joey Haynes BHA: -

9-5

Richard Fahey Form: 5,

Paul Hanagan BHA: -

5 Last Crusader (IRE) K. R. Burke Form:

9-5

Daniel Tudhope BHA: -

6 Monsieur Jumbo (FR) Kevin Ryan Form: 2,

9-5

Jamie Spencer BHA: -

7 Satellite Call (IRE) Clive Cox Form:

9-5

Hector Crouch BHA: -

8 Miss Calculation (IRE) Rebecca Menzies Form:

9-0

Ben Robinson BHA: -

9 Sun Rising (IRE)

9-0

David Brown Form: 0,

Tony Hamilton BHA: -

Race 2 1.40

5f 143y

1 Marvel (GB)

9-13

Julie Camacho Form: 255,

Josh Quinn (7) BHA: 70

2 Blazing Hot (GB) Paul Collins Form: 5-04,

9-13 David Allan BHA: 70 (-1)

3 The Armed Man (GB)

9-12

4 Jumira Bridge (GB)

9-12

5 Mutabaahy (IRE)

9-11

Chris Fairhurst Form: 250,

Paula Muir (3) BHA: 69

Derek Shaw Form: 100,

Tony Hamilton BHA: 69

Antony Brittain Form: 503,

Harry Russell (5) BHA: 68

6 Follow Your Heart (IRE) Kevin Ryan Form: 5-14,

9-9

Jamie Spencer BHA: 72

7 Somewhere Secret (GB) 9-8 Michael Mullineaux Form: 160,

Faye McManoman (3) BHA: 65 (-1)

8 Sam’s Call (GB)

Michael & David Easterby Form: 0/-53,

9-6 Daniel Tudhope BHA: 63

Michael Dods Form: 2-00,

Ben Robinson BHA: 62

10 My Friend Stan (IRE)

9-1

11 Lucky Beggar (IRE)

8-12

12 Val de Travers (GB)

8-9

Julie Camacho Form: 04-0,

Paul Hanagan BHA: 58

David C. Griffiths Joanna Mason (3) Form: 146, BHA: 55 Lawrence Mullaney James Sullivan Form: 005, BHA: 58

Race 3 2.15

1m

1 Mirage Mac (GB)

9-7

2 Celtic Empress (GB)

9-6

3 Hala Joud (IRE)

9-5

George Boughey Form: 250, David O’Meara Form: 131,

Hector Crouch BHA: 79

Daniel Tudhope BHA: 78

Jane Chapple-Hyam Form: 021,

Robert Tart BHA: 77

4 Dawndiva (GB) Brian Meehan Form: 3-15,

9-4

George Buckell (3) BHA: 76

5 Miss Roulette (IRE)

8-13

6 Lead Story (IRE)

8-12

Mark Johnston Form: 3-36,

K. R. Burke Form: 023,

Andrew Elliott BHA: 71

Pierre-Louis Jamin (5) BHA: 70

7 Deep Sigh (FR) David Simcock Form: 3-64,

8-10 Jamie Spencer BHA: 68


Race 4 2.50

6f 2y

1 Asjad (GB)

9-9

Roger Varian Form: 1,

Eoin Walsh BHA: -

2 Adaay To Remember (GB)9-4 Patrick Owens Form: 21,

Louis Steward BHA: -

3 His Pride (GB)

9-2

Richard Fahey Form: 4-,

Paul Hanagan BHA: -

4 Napoleon Warrior (GB) Shaun Keightley Form:

Joey Haynes BHA: -

5 Roadrunner (IRE) David Brown Form: 5,

9-2 Tony Hamilton BHA: -

6 Adabbah (IRE) K. R. Burke Form:

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8-11

Pierre-Louis Jamin (5) BHA: -

7 Elizabeth’s Dream (IRE) 8-11 Ronald Thompson Form: 5-0,

James Sullivan BHA: -

8 Mecca’s Diamond (IRE) 8-11 Michael Dods Form: 0,

Ben Robinson BHA: -

9 Pollinate (GB) Henry Candy Form: 0,

8-11

George Rooke (3) BHA: -

10 Stage Lights (IRE)

8-11

Simon Pearce Cameron Noble (3) Form: BHA: -

11 Thread Count (GB) Archie Watson Form:

8-11

Joanna Mason (3) BHA: -

Race 5 3.25

7f 6y

1 Muntadab (IRE) Roger Fell Form: 415,

10-0

Daniel Tudhope BHA: 79

2 Highfaluting (IRE) Harry Eustace Form: 1/5-2,

9-10

George Wood BHA: 75

3 Adaay Dream (GB) Tom Dascombe Form: 0-65,

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Jamie Spencer BHA: 80

4 Mutanaaseq (IRE) Ruth Carr Form: 123,

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James Sullivan BHA: 72

5 Right Action (GB)

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6 Tahonta (IRE)

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Richard Fahey Form: 0-00, Kevin Ryan Form: 1-00,

Paul Hanagan BHA: 71

Oisin McSweeney (7) BHA: 79

7 Prontissimo (GB) Patrick Owens Form: 210,

8 Tathmeen (IRE) Antony Brittain Form: 060,

9-6 Louis Steward BHA: 79

9-6 Harry Russell (5) BHA: 71

9 Worldly Wise (IRE) Ismail Mohammed Form: 0-00,

9-4 Joey Haynes BHA: 77

10 Presidential (IRE) Roger Fell Form: 600,

9-3

Faye McManoman (3) BHA: 68

11 Shamfizz (GB)

9-0

Charlie Fellowes Form: 50-1,

Hayley Turner BHA: 73

Race 6 4.00

2m 109y

1 Ingleby Hollow (GB)

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2 Tynecastle Park (GB)

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3 Party Planner (GB)

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4 Parisian Affair (GB)

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5 Grandscape (GB)

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6 Ezanak (IRE)

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David O’Meara Form: 455,

Robert Eddery Form: 230,

Mr Matthew Ennis (3) BHA: 62

Mr George Eddery (3) BHA: 61

Julia Feilden Form: 562,

Mr Ross Birkett BHA: 59

Roger Charlton Form: 033,

Miss Pandora Briselden (7) BHA: 55

Ali Stronge Form: 105,

Miss Sophie Smith (3) BHA: 55

John Wainwright Form: 103,

Miss Sarah Bowen (3) BHA: 55

7 Low Profile (GB) Mark Walford Form: 053,

8 Opine (IRE) Jonjo O’Neill Form: 023,

10-7 Mr A J O’Neill (5) BHA: 52

9 Red Caravel (IRE) Mark Weatherer Form: 0///0-0,

10-10

Miss Amie Waugh BHA: 55

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Miss Jessica Bedi (5) BHA: 50

10 Armado (IRE)

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Robert Stephens Miss Zoe Lewis (7) Form: 00-0, BHA: 50

11 Pound Off You (GB)

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12 Hidden Pearl (GB)

10-1

13 Robyn Pud (IRE)

10-0

Gillian Boanas Form: 0-62, John Berry Form: 654,

Miss Becky Smith BHA: 48

Miss Serena Brotherton BHA: 46

Ruth Jefferson Miss Danielle Mooney Form: 000, BHA: 29


Thursday 8th July Make sure that you come over to the Style Marquee which is located within the Grandstand & Paddock Enclosure, next to the turnstiles, to enter our fabulous Style Awards for free! The team will be walking around with ‘lollipops’ to direct racegoers to the entry point. Entry is open from 11.30am until 3.00pm today and is open to all, with some fabulous prizes on offer.

1st Place Prize

• Dinner, Bed & Breakfast at a Chestnut Group property of the winner’s choice, accompanied by a bottle of champagne for the table as well as a Fairfax & Favor Windsor Travel Bag and pair of Fairfax & Favor Boots. • Spa Experience for 2 people from the Bedford Lodge Hotel & Spa • A year’s supply of shirts from Charles Tyrwhitt • The Velvetiser Hot Chocolate System from Hotel Chocolat • Penhaligons Babylon Eau de Parfum 100ml • Exclusive Couture ladies’ hat from the 2021 Ana Bella Millinery collection • Jeroboam of Moët & Chandon • Bouquet from the Manor Florists • Complimentary Signature Facial from The Face Place


2nd Place Prize

• £250 voucher for Charles Tyrwhitt • £75 Spa voucher for the Bedford Lodge Hotel & Spa • Penhaligons Juniper Sling Eau de Toilette 100ml • Hotel Chocolat Little Ray of Sunshine Hamper • Bottle of Moët & Chandon • Bouquet from the Manor Florists • £40 voucher from The Face Place

3rd Place Prize

• £100 voucher for Charles Tyrwhitt • £50 Spa voucher for the Bedford Lodge Hotel & Spa • Penhaligons Quercus Eau de Cologne 100ml • Hotel Chocolat Summer Desserts Sleekster Box • Bottle of Moët & Chandon • Bouquet from the Manor Florists • £30 voucher from the Face Place There will also be Style Awards Goody Bags for the Top 10. Our 10 finalists will be contacted between 3.15pm – 3.45pm and the Top 3 will be presented with their prizes in the Winners’ Enclosure following today’s sixth race. The Judging Panel for this year’s competition comprises of Alice Ryan, Editor of Velvet Magazine, our media partner for the Awards and Ana Pribylova from Ana Bella Millinery. *Terms & conditions of entry apply.


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HISTORICAL INVESTMENT

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FIRST RACE 1.20 THE BRITISH STALLION STUDS EBF MAIDEN FILLIES’ STAKES (CLASS 2) (GBB RACE) for maiden two yrs old fillies x Total race value £25000 Owners Prize Money. 1st £10668, 2nd £5333, 3rd £2668, 4th £1333. (Penalty Value £13500)

FORM ANALYSIS - A CLOSER LOOK

| FACTS | FANCIES | FORM | STATS | Leading course trainer (16-21): J & T Gosden (57 wins from 251 runners, 23%) runs RED JOAN Trainer-in-form (last 14 days): R Hannon (10 wins from 81 runners, 12%) runs DESERT Fancy That: K Burke won this race in 2019 and 2020. The stable runs LULLABY BAY and SNOOZE N YOU LOSE today. Longest Traveller: SNOOZE N YOU LOSE & LULLABY BAY trained by K Burke, Leyburn, 197 miles.

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DESERT (IRE) (16) 4

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Pat Dobbs J Br B f Havana Gold (IRE) - Jewel In The Sand (IRE) (Bluebird (USA)) Richard Hannon, Marlborough T O M, Hughes, M. Kerr-Dineen, Mrs M. Doyle Old Oak Holdings Ltd S B Epona Bloodstock Ltd

TIMEFORM VIEW £26,000 yearling who produced a promising first effort despite looking in need of experience when fourth at Newbury on debut, left behind final 1f but not knocked about. Should have more to offer. TFRHHHII BHA-

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FRANKELLA (GB) (15) 50

9-0

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Oisin Murphy J Br Ch f Frankel - Arabian Queen (IRE) (Dubawi (IRE)) Andrew Balding, Kingsclere T O Mr J. C. Smith B Littleton Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Twice-raced filly who went backwards from her debut effort debut over 1f longer trip when seventh of 12 in maiden at Salisbury (7f) 15 days ago. Needs a big step forward to feature. TFRHHIII BHA-

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INVIGILATE (GB) (-)

Br B f Acclamation - Exemplify (Dansili) O Juddmonte B Juddmonte Farms Ltd

9-0

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Ryan Moore J Sir Michael Stoute, Newmarket T Juddmonte Farms Inc S

TIMEFORM VIEW Foaled April 5. Acclamation filly. Sister to very smart winner up to 1m Expert Eye and half-sister to 3 winners, including 2-y-o 7f winner Duty of Care and 7f winner Clerisy. TFRHHHII BHA-

4 KIMNGRACE (IRE) (-)

9-0

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David Egan J Br B f Profitable (IRE) - Estonia (Exceed And Excel (AUS)) Richard Hughes, Upper Lambourn T O P Cook and A Whelan Richard Hughes Racing Ltd S B Colin Kennedy

TIMEFORM VIEW Foaled March 26. 15,000 gns foal, £33,000 yearling, £55,000 2-y-o, Profitable filly. Closely related to 5f winner Tallinski and half-sister to 7f winner Rock of Estonia and 5f winner Baltic State. TFRHHHII BHA-

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LOVELY MANA (IRE) (12) 30

9-0

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Rossa Ryan J Br B f Dabirsim (FR) - Enraptured (IRE) (Oasis Dream) Ralph Beckett, Kimpton Down T O Amo Racing Limited Sports Invest UK Ltd S B Airlie Stud & Mrs S. M. Rogers

TIMEFORM VIEW Promise when third on debut Salisbury (5f, good) and shaped encouragingly upped in grade when eighth in listed race at this C&D 12 days ago. Likely sort who is open to further improvement. TFRHHHHH BHA-

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LULLABY BAY (GB) (-)

9-0

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Clifford Lee J Br B f Profitable (IRE) - Dubai Affair (Dubawi (IRE)) K. R. Burke, Leyburn T O Bearstone Stud Limited Holdcroft Motor Group, KB Spigot Ltd S B Bearstone Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Foaled January 31. 35,000 gns yearling, Profitable filly. Closely related to 2-y-o 7f winner Star Jewel and half-sister to 3 winners, including 2-y-o 5f winner Raasel and winner up to 6f Compton Lane. TFRHHHII BHA-

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MYSTIC WELLS (USA) (-)

9-0

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Ben Curtis J Br B f Kitten’s Joy (USA) - Cat On a Tin Roof (USA) (Catienus (USA)) George Boughey, Newmarket T O Mr & Mrs R Scott & Mr & Mrs D Bevan B Kenneth L. Ramsey & Sarah K. Ramsey

TIMEFORM VIEW Foaled April 19. £75,000 yearling, 77,000 gns 2-y-o, Kitten’s Joy filly. Sister to 7f winner Fujaira King and useful US 7.5f-9f winner Sniper Kitten. Stable’s first-timers often supported. TFRHHHII BHA-

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9-0

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Br B f Gregorian (IRE) - Green Vision (IRE) (Green Desert (USA)) Tom Marquand J S. P. C. Woods, Newmarket T O Mr Arashan Ali B Rathasker Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Gregorian filly who produced a promising first effort when fourth of 13 in minor event at this C&D (good to firm) a fortnight ago, every chance well inside final 1f. Should improve. TFRHHHHI BHA18


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RED JOAN (GB) (13) 6

9-0

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James Doyle J Br Ch f Showcasing - Red Intrigue (IRE) (Selkirk (USA)) John & Thady Gosden, Newmarket T O Godolphin Emirates Fly Better S B Mr Jeremy Gompertz

TIMEFORM VIEW 180,000 gns yearling who showed ability albeit badly in need of experience when sixth of 8 in maiden at this C&D (good to firm) just under a fortnight ago, keeping on inside final 1f. Sure to improve. TFRHHHII BHA-

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Br B f Garswood - Miss Equipoise (Equiano (FR)) O Mr G. Wilson B Mr Graham Wilson

9-0

TIMEFORM VIEW Foaled April 14. Garswood filly. Dam unraced. Probably best watched on debut.

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Martin Harley J Alice Haynes, Newmarket T

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TIMEFORM VIEW Foaled April 9. Ribchester filly. Half-sister to several winners, including smart winner up to 1m Zaman and useful 2-y-o 1m winner Stepney Causeway. Dam 6f-7f winner. TFRHHHII BHA-

12 STORM DANCER (IRE) (-)

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Andrea Atzeni J Br B f El Kabeir (USA) - Shamardyh (IRE) (Shamardal (USA)) Archie Watson, Upper Lambourn T O Hambleton Racing Ltd XXXVII & Partner Hambleton Racing Ltd S B Mr Dermot Cogan

TIMEFORM VIEW Foaled January 14. £40,000 yearling, El Kabeir filly. Half-sister to 3 winners, including 1m/9f winner Comradery and 7f/1m winner Freebe Rocks. Makes plenty of appeal on paper. TFRHHHII BHADECLARED RUNNERS 12

2020: SHE’S SO NICE (IRE) 2 9 0 Ben Curtis 9-4 (K R Burke) 9 ran

Stewards Note: DESERT: Following its run on 22/6/2021 it was reported that the horse jumped right leaving the stalls. Probable S.P’s: 11-4 Lovely Mana (IRE), 15-2 Princess Shabnam (IRE), 8-1 Invigilate (GB), 9-1 Red Joan (GB), Storm Dancer (IRE), 14-1 Mystic Wells (USA), 16-1 Kimngrace (IRE), Lullaby Bay (GB), Snooze N You Lose (FR), 20-1 Desert (IRE), 33-1 Sian Mist (GB), 40-1 Frankella (GB)

PLAY SMARTER

Some well-bred newcomers on show here but this can go to Ralph Beckett’s LOVELY MANA, who stepped up on her debut effort to finish eighth in a listed event over C&D 12 days ago, and with further improvement on the cards, can open her account back in maiden company. Princess Shabnam heads the dangers of those with previous racecourse experience, ahead of debutantes Lullaby Bay and Storm Dancer.

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.LOVELY MANA (IRE) 2.PRINCESS SHABNAM (IRE) 3.LULLABY BAY

RACE RESULT

RACE TIME

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MEDIAN & RECORD TIME

Raceform Median Time: 1 min, 12.50 secs Record Time: 1 min, 9.09 secs - Raffle Prize 12th July 2019, Good to Firm

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POSITION OF STALLS

Stand Side Course All Races - Centre

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First Race

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SECOND RACE 1.50 THE BAHRAIN TROPHY STAKES (CLASS 1) (Group 3)

for three yrs old x Total race value £150000

Owners Prize Money. 1st £66840, 2nd £27435, 3rd £13725, 4th £6855, 5th £3435, 6th £1710. (Penalty Value £85065)

FORM ANALYSIS - A CLOSER LOOK

| FACTS | FANCIES | FORM | STATS | Leading course trainer (16-21): C Appleby (61 wins from 231 runners, 26%) runs YIBIR Trainer-in-form (last 14 days): J & T Gosden (10 wins from 30 runners, 33%) runs STOWELL Fancy That: J & T Gosden won this race in 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2015. The stable runs STOWELL today. Longest Traveller: GEAR UP & DANCING KING trained by M Johnston, Middleham, 200 miles.

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T Trainer O Owner B Breeder S Sponsor Br Breeding

colours no

1

horse

st-lb

DANCING KING (IRE) (22) 3-11110

9-1

Draw

(4)

Franny Norton J Br B g Free Eagle (IRE) - Agnetha (GER) (Big Shuffle (USA)) Mark Johnston, Middleham T O KINGSLEY PARK 16 Johnston Racing Ltd S B Springbank Way Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW In rampant mood since returning this year, completing 4-timer in 7-runner handicap (14.5f) at Doncaster, but essentially found out in better company when 8th in Queen’s Vase at Royal Ascot. TFRHHHII BHA100

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GEAR UP (IRE) (20) 141-505

9-1

(1)

Ryan Moore J Br B c Teofilo (IRE) - Gearanai (USA) (Toccet (USA)) Mark Johnston, Middleham T O Teme Valley Johnston Racing Ltd S B J. S. Bolger

TIMEFORM VIEW Winner of 3 of his 4 starts at 2 yrs, notably the Group 1 Criterium de Saint-Cloud final outing. Limitations exposed this season but should make much more of an impact here back down in class. TFRHHHII BHA109

3

MANDOOB (GB) (29) 11

Br B g Farhh - Fingertips (Royal Applause) O Shadwell Estate Company Ltd B Genesis Green Stud Ltd

9-1

(2)

Jim Crowley J Brian Meehan, Manton T

TIMEFORM VIEW Overcame inexperience to make a winning debut over 1 1/2m on AW at Lingfield at the end of April and showed useful form when following up under a penalty at Haydock. Remains with potential up in class. TFRHHHII BHA92

4 PLEASANT MAN (GB) (15) 15-351

9-1

(6)

Jason Watson J Br B g Galileo (IRE) - Melito (AUS) (Redoute’s Choice (AUS)) Roger Charlton, Beckhampton T O Brook Farm Bloodstock ABM Catering Limited S B Northern Farm

TIMEFORM VIEW Was a bit underwhelming on his first 2 starts of the year but, having been gelded since Chester, showed improved form to make a winning handicap debut at Salisbury 2 weeks ago. Should stay. TFRHHHII BHA96 (-1)

5

STOWELL (GB) (22) 213

9-1

(5)

Frankie Dettori J Br B c Zoffany (IRE) - Marywell (Selkirk (USA)) John & Thady Gosden, Newmarket T O Nat Rothschild Planet Nine Private Air Llc S B Carwell Equities Ltd

TIMEFORM VIEW Big eyecatcher on debut and confirmed that promise when prevailing in 3-runner maiden at Ascot (12f). Shaped very well when third in Queen’s Vase (14f) 3 weeks ago and looks a smart prospect. TFRHHHHH BHA104

6

YIBIR (GB) (48) 511-342

9-1

(3)

James Doyle J Br Ch g Dubawi (IRE) - Rumh (GER) (Monsun (GER)) Charlie Appleby, Newmarket T O Godolphin Emirates Fly Better S B Godolphin

TIMEFORM VIEW Useful at 2 yrs and boasts some strong form in defeat this season, close third to Alenquer in Sandown Classic Trial on return and clear of the rest when 4-lengths second to Lone Eagle at Goodwood. TFRHHHHI BHA105 2020: AL AASY (IRE) 3 9 1 Jim Crowley 3-1 (William Haggas) 6 ran DECLARED RUNNERS 6 Tongue Strap worn by No. 5. Running for the first time since Gelding No. 6. Probable S.P’s: 9-4 Stowell (GB), 11-4 Yibir (GB), 11-2 Gear Up (IRE), 9-1 Mandoob (GB), Pleasant Man (GB), 10-1 Dancing King (IRE)

PLAY SMARTER

STOWELL is building a very positive profile, shaping well stepping up in class when third in the Queen’s Vase at Royal Ascot 3 weeks ago, and remains one to keep on the right side of with his stamina proven. Yibir has been mixing it with some of the best middle-distance 3-y-os this season and rates the main threat if seeing out this longer trip.

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.STOWELL 2.YIBIR 3.GEAR UP (IRE)

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Raceform Median Time: 2 mins, 44.0 secs Record Time: 2 mins, 39.96 secs - Spanish Mission 11th July 2019, Good to Firm

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TRAINER Andrew Balding Aidan O’Brien Martin Meade Mark Johnston Richard Hannon John Gosden Richard Hannon Richard Hannon Snr Richard Hannon Snr

JOCKEY William Buick Wayne Lordan Frankie Dettori James Doyle Frankie Dettori Robert Havlin Richard Hughes Paul Hanagan Paul Hanagan

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6f

THIRD RACE 2.25 THE TATTERSALLS JULY STAKES (CLASS 1) (Group 2)

for two yrs old colts and geldings x Total race value £90000 Owners Prize Money. 1st £40104, 2nd £16461, 3rd £8235, 4th £4113, 5th £2061, 6th £1026. (Penalty Value £51039)

FORM ANALYSIS - A CLOSER LOOK

| FACTS | FANCIES | FORM | STATS | Leading course trainer (16-21): J & T Gosden (57 wins from 251 runners, 23%) runs TOLSTOY Trainer-in-form (last 14 days): R Hannon (10 wins from 81 runners, 12%) runs LUSAIL Fancy That: R Hannon won this race in 2014 and 2016. The stable runs LUSAIL today. Longest Traveller: SAM MAXIMUS trained by T Dascombe, Malpas, 207 miles.

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T Trainer O Owner B Breeder S Sponsor Br Breeding

colours no

1

horse

age

ALEEZDANCER (IRE) (42) 411 D

st-lb

Draw

9-0

(5)

Ryan Moore J Br B g Fast Company (IRE) - Clifton Dancer (Fraam) Kevin Ryan, Hambleton T O Jack Berry and John Matthews Kevin Ryan Racing Limited S B Rathasker Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Strong at the finish having been green early on debut at Beverley in April and impressive both starts since, dominant back at that venue a month ago before outclassing inferior rivals under a penalty. TFRHHHHI BHA88

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ASYMMETRIC (IRE) (20) 11 CD

Br B c Showcasing - Swirral Edge (Hellvelyn) O Ms Leora Judah B Redpender Stud Ltd

9-0

(10)

Martin Harley J Alan King, Barbury Castle T Hare Group Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW 150,000 gns breeze-up buy and arrives unbeaten, seeing off a next-time-out scorer on debut at Goodwood before landing another novice without too much fuss over this C&D. Limit hasn’t been reached. TFRHHHII BHA89

3

DIG TWO (IRE) (22) 6112 D

9-0

(1)

Tom Marquand J Br Ch c Cotai Glory - Vulnicura (IRE) (Frozen Power (IRE)) Hugo Palmer, Newmarket T O Mr Lit Lung Lee Pol Roger Ltd S B Ballybrennan Stud Ltd

TIMEFORM VIEW Newmarket maiden winner on second start and recorded a useful effort when defying a penalty in ready fashion at Chelmsford (6f). Emerged with plenty of credit when runner-up in the Windsor Castle. TFRHHHII BHA97

4 EBRO RIVER (IRE) (23) 6115

9-0

(9)

James Doyle J Br Ch c Galileo Gold - Soft Power (IRE) (Balmont (USA)) Hugo Palmer, Newmarket T O Al Shaqab Racing Haras De Bouquetot S B Tally-Ho Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Clearly isn’t straightforward given he has hung both ways, but evidently has more than his share of talent, supplementing his Doncaster success in the National Stakes. Ran up to form in the Coventry. TFRHHHII BHA102

5

ELDRICKJONES (IRE) (23) 22

Br B c Cotai Glory - Dream Impossible (IRE) (Iffraaj) O Nick Bradley Racing 42,Salthouse&Partner B D. J. Maher

9-0

(8)

Adam Kirby J Roger Fell, Nawton T Tote S

TIMEFORM VIEW Heavily backed to land a big-field maiden at Thirsk on debut last month only to find one too good. Immediately upped in class and ran a screamer when occupying the same spot in the Coventry. TFRHHHHI BHA-

6

JADHLAAN (GB) (27) 321

Br Gr c Dark Angel (IRE) - Muteela (Dansili) O Shadwell Estate Company Ltd B Shadwell Estate Company Limited

9-0

(6)

Jim Crowley J Mark Johnston, Middleham T Johnston Racing Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW Still looked green when spurning a clear-cut opportunity at Haydock but looked far more professional when a smooth winner at York. Certainly bred to stay this far but speed has looked his main asset.TFRHHHII BHA89

7

LUSAIL (IRE) (19) 131 C D

9-0

(7)

Pat Dobbs J Br B c Mehmas (IRE) - Diaminda (IRE) (Diamond Green (FR)) Richard Hannon, Marlborough T O Al Shaqab Racing Haras De Bouquetot S B Tally-Ho Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Big-price debut winner at York on debut in May and back on the up when beating 11 rivals on first crack at 7f at this venue three weeks ago. Ready for a shot at this level and clearly handles track. TFRHHHII BHA93

8

PROJECT DANTE (GB) (21) 13

9-0

(2)

Graham Lee J Br Ch c Showcasing - Thatsallimsaying (IRE) (Dandy Man (IRE)) Bryan Smart, Hambleton T O Bond Thoroughbred Limited Churchill Tyres S B Whitsbury Manor Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Named with York in mind and perfectly prepared to win at Dante meeting on debut in May. Improved on that when a fast-finishing third in the Norfolk and that is the best form on offer. Ready for 6f. TFRHHHHH BHA103 30


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SAM MAXIMUS (GB) (10) 13 D

Br B c Showcasing - Daring Day (Acclamation) O John and Jess Dance B Whitsbury Manor Stud

9-0

(11)

P. J. McDonald J Tom Dascombe, Malpas T Vertem Asset Management S

TIMEFORM VIEW Speedily-bred sort who was backed at long odds and duly made a winning start at Haydock (6f). Wasn’t seen to best effect in a novice at Pontefract last time but this asks for a lot more. TFRHHIII BHA86

10 THE ORGANISER (GB) (23) 10 D

9-0

(4)

Oisin Murphy J Br B c Coach House (IRE) - Poudretteite (Royal Applause) Joseph Tuite, Lambourn T O Highclere T’bred Racing-The Organiser 1 Highclere Thoroughbred Racing Ltd S B J. W. Haydon

TIMEFORM VIEW Travelled with plenty of purpose and was very impressive when landing 8-runner novice at York on debut. Did too much too soon in the Coventry and remains with potential. Tongue tie on. TFRHHIII BHA90

11 TOLSTOY (IRE) (23) 10 D

Br B c Kingman - War And Peace (Frankel) O Sir Robert Ogden B Sir Robert Ogden

9-0

(3)

Frankie Dettori J John & Thady Gosden, Newmarket T Ogden Safety Systems Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW Kingman colt who got off to a winning start in 11-runner novice at Yarmouth in May. Unable to sustain effort in the Coventry but that was still a promising effort and he’s in top hands, TFRHHHII BHA91 2020: TACTICAL 2 9 0 William Buick 5-2 (Andrew Balding) 9 ran DECLARED RUNNERS 11 Tongue Strap worn first time by No. 10. Stewards Note: SAM MAXIMUS: Following its run on 28/6/2021 it was reported that the horse hung left handed. Probable S.P’s: 10-3 Project Dante (GB), 7-2 Eldrickjones (IRE), 7-1 Ebro River (IRE), 9-1 Dig Two (IRE), 12-1 Lusail (IRE), 16-1 Aleezdancer (IRE), Tolstoy (IRE), 18-1 Asymmetric (IRE), Jadhlaan (GB), 25-1 Sam Maximus (GB), 33-1 The Organiser (GB)

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.PROJECT DANTE 2.ELDRICKJONES (IRE) 3.ALEEZDANCER (IRE)

RACE RESULT

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1ST

3RD

2ND

4TH

MEDIAN & RECORD TIME

Raceform Median Time: 1 min, 12.50 secs Record Time: 1 min, 9.09 secs - Raffle Prize 12th July 2019, Good to Firm

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PLAY SMARTER

Three juvenile races at Royal Ascot are represented here, with PROJECT DANTE’s third-placed finish in the Norfolk appealing as the best form. The way he finished off that race strongly suggests 6f will bring about more so he gets the vote. Eldrickjones demands respect on his huge Coventry run, with Aleezdancer one to consider at longer odds.



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6f

FOURTH RACE 3.00 THE EACH WAY EXTRA AT bet365 HANDICAP STAKES (CLASS 2) (Heritage Handicap) for three yrs old x Total race value £75000

Owners Prize Money. 1st £30473, 2nd £15240, 3rd £7620, 4th £3810, 5th £1905, 6th £953. (Penalty Value £38655) Weights raised 1lbs and paragraphs 27 to 31 of the Weights and Handicapping Code complied with where applicable.

FORM ANALYSIS - A CLOSER LOOK

| FACTS | FANCIES | FORM | STATS | Leading course trainer (16-21): R Varian (15 wins from 150 runners, 10%) runs BOOMSHALAA Trainer-in-form (last 14 days): R Fahey (11 wins from 74 runners, 15%) runs ABDUCTION and BLIND BEGGAR Longest Traveller: BLACKROD trained by M Dods, Darlington, 214 miles.

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T Trainer O Owner B Breeder S Sponsor Br Breeding

colours no

1

horse

st-lb

Draw

JUMBY (IRE) (20) 143-310 D

9-7

(10)

Charles Bishop J Br B c New Bay - Sound of Guns (Acclamation) Eve Johnson Houghton, Blewbury T O Anthony Pye-Jeary and David Ian ABM Catering Limited S B Ballylinch Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Resumed winning ways in 6f handicap on Rowley course here in May before twelfth in face of stiff task in Commonwealth Cup at Royal Ascot 20 days ago. Not ruled out back in handicap company. TFRHHHHI BHA104

2

SPYCATCHER (IRE) (19) 02-1320 D

9-4

(13)

Clifford Lee J Br B c Vadamos (FR) - Damask (IRE) (Red Clubs (IRE)) K. R. Burke, Leyburn T O Highclere T’BredRacing-Adriana Zaefferer Highclere Thoroughbred Racing Ltd S B Tally-Ho Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Returned with easy win in Pontefract novice and has continued in good form, no extra late on when eighth of 18 in Jersey Stakes at Royal Ascot 19 days ago. Much respected back in trip on handicap bow. TFRHHHII BHA101

3

CAIRN GORM (GB) (25) 11065-3 D

9-4

(14)

Tom Marquand J Br Ch c Bated Breath - In Your Time (Dalakhani (IRE)) Mick Channon, West Ilsley T O Hunscote Stud Limited and Partner Mike Channon Bloodstock Ltd S B Hunscote Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Useful colt who returned from 8 months off with good third of 6 to Line of Departure in listed race at Salisbury (6f) 25 days ago. Makes handicap debut but others look better treated at these weights. TFRHHIII BHA101

4 APOLLO ONE (GB) (12) 1-14405 C D

9-3

(15)

James Doyle J Br Ch c Equiano (FR) - Boonga Roogeta (Tobougg (IRE)) Peter Charalambous, Newmarket T O pcracing.co.uk B Peter Charalambous

TIMEFORM VIEW Course winner who got back on track when fifth of 9 to Glorious Journey in Criterion Stakes here (7f) 12 days ago. Goes into handicaps now and he’s no forlorn hope. TFRHHHII BHA100

5

JUST FRANK (GB) (12) 12-6662 D BF

8-13

(18)

P. J. McDonald J Br B g Epaulette (AUS) - Mabinia (IRE) (Cape Cross (IRE)) Les Eyre, Beverley T O Billy Parker & Steven Parker JPC Developments (Yorkshire) Ltd S B David John Brown

TIMEFORM VIEW Dual juvenile winner who got right back on track when runner-up in 7f handicap at Chester 12 days ago. Ought to be competitive again off an unchanged mark. TFRHHHII BHA96

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BOOMSHALAA (GB) (20) 5-112 D

8-13

(7)

Andrea Atzeni J Br B c Shalaa (IRE) - Summer Collection (IRE) (Teofilo (IRE)) Roger Varian, Newmarket T O Sheikh Mohammed Obaid Al Maktoum B Petches Farm Ltd

TIMEFORM VIEW Much improved with victories in 6f novices at Kempton and Windsor this spring before taking his form up another notch when just failing in big-field 5f Ascot handicap. Leading claims. TFRHHHHH BHA96

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ROYAL SCIMITAR (IRE) (21) 144-540 D

8-12

(2)

Rossa Ryan J Br B c Territories (IRE) - Prequel (IRE) (Dark Angel (IRE)) Clive Cox, Hungerford T O AlMohamediya Racing B Yeomanstown Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Progressed well in three runs as a juvenile but hasn’t continued that upward curve so far this term, tried in cheekpieces when eighteenth of 29 in handicap (80/1) at Royal Ascot. Others appeal more. TFRHHHII BHA95

8

WHENTHEDEALINSDONE (GB) (11) 313-401 D

8-11

(in 6lb ex)

(5)

Ryan Moore J Br B g Dark Angel (IRE) - Maureen (IRE) (Holy Roman Emperor (IRE)) Roger Teal, Lambourn T O Mr A. Whelan Chartplan(2004) Ltd S B Newsells Park Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Gelded and back to winning ways in first-time cheekpieces when getting up late in 5f Windsor handicap 11 days ago. Will be suited by return to 6f and not ruled out under a 6lb penalty. TFRHHHII BHA88 (+6) 38


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POPMASTER (IRE) (20) 11-3220 D

8-5

(19)

Oisin Murphy J Br Gr g Gutaifan (IRE) - Best New Show (IRE) (Clodovil (IRE)) Ed Walker, Upper Lambourn T O Laurence Bellman ABM Catering Facilities Management S B Grangemore Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Useful sprinter who wasn’t seen to best effect from modest draw when eighth of 19 in handicap at Royal Ascot (5f) 20 days ago. Remains capable of better so enters calculations eased 2lb in weights. TFRHHHHI BHA88

10 JADWAL (GB) (26) 06-2224 CD

Br B g Mustajeeb - Atab (IRE) (New Approach (IRE)) O Shadwell Estate Company Ltd B Shadwell Estate Company Limited

8-5

(3)

David Egan J Charles Hills, Lambourn T

TIMEFORM VIEW Progressive gelding who arrives on back of excellent fourth of 17 in 6f handicap at York 26 days ago. C&D winner too so he needs considering off an unchanged mark. TFRHHHII BHA88

11 EQUALITY (GB) (20) 4-210

8-5

(8)

Jason Watson J Br B c Equiano (FR) - Penny Drops (Invincible Spirit (IRE)) Charles Hills, Lambourn T O Kennet Valley Thoroughbreds II Oakman Group PLC S B Mr & Mrs G. Middlebrook

TIMEFORM VIEW Easily opened his account in 5f Wolverhampton novice and run best ignored when last of 19 in Royal Ascot handicap 20 days ago, doing too much too soon after a tardy start. Worth another chance. TFRHHHII BHA88

12 BLACKROD (GB) (26) 210-02 D

Br B c Mayson - Hilldale (Exceed And Excel (AUS)) O Mr David W. Armstrong B Highfield Farm LLP

8-4

(16)

Silvestre De Sousa J Michael Dods, Darlington T Highfield Farm LLP S

TIMEFORM VIEW Fair 6f winning juvenile who got back on the up when excellent second of 17 in 6f handicap at York 26 days ago, running on late. Shouldn’t be underestimated despite a 4lb rise. TFRHHHII BHA87

13 SEVEN BROTHERS (IRE) (26) 110-100 D Br B g Slade Power (IRE) - Ihtifal (Dansili) O Mr Steve Ryan B P. Moloney Ltd

8-4

(1)

Jimmy Quinn J Kevin Ryan, Hambleton T Bee Health Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW Made a winning reappearance in 6f Doncaster handicap but well held in big fields at Newmarket and York both runs since. Needs to get back on track now in first-time blinkers. TFRHHHII BHA87

14 ABDUCTION (FR) (18) 251-2 D

8-3

(11)

TIMEFORM VIEW Signed off for 2020 with easy Wolverhampton win and back from 9 months off (gelded) with very good second of 10 in handicap at Pontefract (6f). Has more to offer and well worth a second look. TFRHHHII BHA86

15 BLIND BEGGAR (IRE) (26) 20-6216 D

8-2

(9)

Cam Hardie J Br B g Equiano (FR) - Beylerbey (USA) (Street Cry (IRE)) Richard Fahey, Malton T O Merchants and Missionaries Ws Transportation S B Pat Beirne

TIMEFORM VIEW Gained breakthrough win in fine style when nine-length winner of 6f Ripon maiden and suffered a poor run when sixth of 17 in 6f handicap at York last time. No forlorn hope by any means. TFRHHHHI BHA85

16 MITROSONFIRE (GB) (22) 1-64311 D

8-2

(4)

Martin Dwyer J Br Gr g Lethal Force (IRE) - Blaugrana (IRE) (Exceed And Excel (AUS)) William Muir & Chris Grassick, Lambourn T O Mr John O’Mulloy Tote S B Stowell Hill Ltd

TIMEFORM VIEW Has progressed with each run in 2021 and bids for a hat-trick after 6f wins at Pontefract and Ripon. Up another 4lb in a deeper contest but he’s still not taken lightly in his current mood. TFRHHHHI BHA85

17 PEERLESS (IRE) (15) 12-1412

8-1

(6)

Saffie Osborne (5) J Br B g Kodiac - Etesian Flow (Bated Breath) Ed Walker, Upper Lambourn T O Ebury Racing 3 ABM Catering Facilities Management S B Ballinacurra Stud Limited

TIMEFORM VIEW Dual 5f scorer this term who took his form up another level when second of 7 in 6f handicap at Bath 15 days ago. Merits consideration once more. TFRHHHHI BHA84

18 BABA REZA (GB) (4) 461401 D

8-1

(in 6lb ex)

(17)

Georgia Dobie (5) J Br Ch g Garswood - Friendship Is Love (Byron) Mohamed Moubarak, Newmarket T O M Sanaei B Rosyground Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Resumed winning ways with a career-best effort in 7-runner handicap at Chelmsford City (6f) 4 days ago. Turned out quickly under a 6lb penalty and plenty more is required in this company. TFRHHHII BHA78

19 AKKERINGA (GB) (14) 352311 CD

8-0

(12)

Franny Norton J Br B g Dutch Art - Annie’s Fortune (IRE) (Montjeu (IRE)) Stuart Williams, Newmarket T O Mr G Johnson & Mr J W Parry Tote S B G. Johnson, J. W. Parry & S. C. Williams

TIMEFORM VIEW Highly progressive since sent into handicaps of late, and has scored in taking style at Doncaster and over C&D. 3lb “wrong” in the weights here but has fair bit more to offer and well in the mix. TFRHHHHI BHA80 39

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Paddy Mathers J Br B g Acclamation - Perfect Day (IRE) (Holy Roman Emperor (IRE)) Richard Fahey, Malton T O Merchants and Missionaries Ws Transportation S B Skymarch Farm Inc & Ecurie Des Charmes


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20 TEMPLE BRUER (GB) (6) 20-1010 D BF

8-0

(20)

Hannah Fraser (7) J Br B g Showcasing - Kendal Mint (Kyllachy) Ed Walker, Upper Lambourn T O Mrs Julia Scott & Partner ABM Catering Facilities Management S B Glebe Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Two-time winner of 6f handicaps at Doncaster and Bath this season and not disgraced off 4lb higher mark when seventh at Haydock (6f) 6 days ago. More is needed from 4lb out of the handicap, however. TFRHHIII BHA79 DECLARED RUNNERS 20 2020: PROGRESSIVE RATING 3 8 6 Callum Shepherd 40-1 (William Knight) 17 ran Blinkers worn first time by No. 13. Tongue Strap worn by No. 18, 19. Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn by No. 7, 8. Probable S.P’s: 6-1 Boomshalaa (GB), 11-1 Blackrod (GB), 12-1 Popmaster (IRE), Akkeringa (GB), 14-1 Jumby (IRE), Whenthedealinsdone (GB), 16-1 Abduction (FR), Peerless (IRE), 18-1 Jadwal (GB), 20-1 Blind Beggar (IRE), Mitrosonfire (GB), 22-1 Just Frank (GB), 25-1 Apollo One (GB), 28-1 Spycatcher (IRE), 33-1 Cairn Gorm (GB), Baba Reza (GB), 40-1 Equality (GB), Temple Bruer (GB), 100-1 Royal Scimitar (IRE), Seven Brothers (IRE)

PLAY SMARTER

A case can be made for several of these but much the most persuasive one is for Roger Varian’s BOOMSHALAA who has yet to take a backward step in his four runs and can gain compensation for his narrow Royal Ascot reverse before tackling pattern company. Popmaster also has better days ahead of him so is next on the list, with hat-trick seeking Akkeringa another who warrants plenty of respect.

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.BOOMSHALAA 2.POPMASTER (IRE) 3.AKKERINGA

RACE RESULT

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Raceform Median Time: 1 min, 12.50 secs Record Time: 1 min, 9.09 secs - Raffle Prize 12th July 2019, Good to Firm

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THE TATTERSALLS PRINCESS OF WALES’S STAKES

CRYSTAL CAPELLA 2011 WINNER The Tattersalls Princess of Wales’s Stakes offers the first opportunity of the season for three year olds to take on their older counterparts over a mile and a half at Pattern race level. Having been staged as a Group Three contest from 1971, it was upgraded to Group Two status in 1978. Inaugurated in 1894, the race honours Princess Alexandra of Denmark who became Princess of Wales on her marriage to the future King Edward VII in 1862. Isinglass, the Triple Crown winner of the previous season, landed the first ever running and the contest’s reputation was quickly established with fellow Triple Crown heroes Flying Sand (1899) and Rock Sand (1984) also taking the honours. An early 20th Century winner of the utmost significance was Polymelus (1907), who would go on to become the champion sire on five occasions, with his son Phalaris having a huge impact on the development of the most successful bloodlines in racing all over the world. Indeed the Princess of Wales’s Stakes can boast a roll of honour which includes several horses that had a huge influence on the development of the thoroughbred, with Blandford (1922), Solario (1925) and Fairway (1929) all becoming successful stallions when sent to stud. A female winner in more recent times of great significance was Height Of Fashion in 1982. Owned and bred by The Queen, Height Of Fashion scored in course record time and following her retirement was sold to the late Hamdan Al Maktoum. As a broodmare she proved outstanding with her progeny including Nashwan, the winner of the 2000 Guineas, Derby, Coral-Eclipse and King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes in 1989. Her offspring also included four-time Group One winner Nayef and Unfuwain, who followed in his mother’s footsteps by winning the Princess of Wales’s Stakes in 1988. Lance Chest (1912 and 1913) became the first horse to win the race twice. Since then the feat has been repeated four times, by Primera (1959 and 1960), Lomond (1965 and 1966), Millenary (2002 and 2003) and most recently Big Orange (2015 and 2016), who went on to land the Gold Cup at Royal Ascot in 2017. Lester Piggott is the most successful jockey of all time in the Princess of Wales’s Stakes with eight victories, while among the current generation of jockeys Ryan Moore leads the way with four. Moore’s four winners – Papal Bull (2007), Doctor Fremantle (2009), Crystal Capella (2011) and Fiorente (2012) - were all trained by Sir Michael Stoute, who has saddled the winner on a record nine occasions. Stoute was also successful with Shardari (1986), Rock Hopper (1991), Saddlers’ Hall (1992), Little Rock (2000) and Gamut (2005).


LAST YEAR’S

WINNER

PRINCESS OF WALES’S STAKES

DAME MALLIOT

TRAINER: ED VAUGHAN JOCKEY: HOLLIE DOYLE OWNER: A E OPPENHEIMER

FIRST RAN IN

1894

FOR THREE-YEAR-OLDS AND OLDER

GROUP 2 RUN OVER ONE MILE AND FOUR FURLONGS

2,414 METRES

TOTAL PRIZE FUND OF

£115,000

£65,216 TO THE WINNER

ROLL OF

HONOUR YEAR HORSE 2020 DAME MALLIOT 2019 COMMUNIQUE 2018 BEST SOLUTION 2017 HAWKBILL 2016 BIG ORANGE 2015 BIG ORANGE 2014 CAVALRYMAN 2013 UNIVERSAL 2012 FIORENTE

TRAINER Ed Vaughan Mark Johnson Saeed bin Suroor Charlie Appleby Michael Bell Michael Bell Saeed bin Suroor Mark Johnston Sir Michael Stoute

JOCKEY Hollie Doyle Silvestre de Sousa Pat Cosgrave James Doyle James McDonald Jamie Spencer Silvestre De Sousa Joe Fanning Ryan Moore

Having won a listed race over course and distance and a Group 2 over in France last season, Dame Malliot faced a stiff task here but took full advantage of the 3lb fillies’ allowance to beat the 2019 winner Communique at 8/1. Hollie Doyle was keen to hold onto this daughter of Champs Elysees and wanted plenty of cover early on in the race. However, she quickly improved to take the lead 7f out and exchanged blows all the way to the final furlong with Mark Johnston’s Communique. Ed Vaughan’s four-year-old proved too game in the end and stayed on the strongest of the two, to win comfortably by 2¼.

William Haggas is yet to win this contest but his favourite should take all the beating.

7⁄10 8⁄10 1⁄10 FOUR-YEAR-OLD WINNERS

STALL 7 OR HIGHER

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FIFTH RACE 3.35 THE PRINCESS OF WALES’S TATTERSALLS STAKES (CLASS 1) (Group 2) for three yrs old and upwards x Total race value £115000

Owners Prize Money. 1st £51244, 2nd £21034, 3rd £10523, 4th £5256, 5th £2634. (Penalty Value £65216.50)

FORM ANALYSIS - A CLOSER LOOK

| FACTS | FANCIES | FORM | STATS | Leading course trainer (16-21): C Appleby (61 wins from 231 runners, 26%) runs STAR SAFARI Trainer-in-form (last 14 days): M Johnston (9 wins from 99 runners, 9%) runs SIR RON PRIESTLEY Fancy That: M Johnston won this race in 2013 and 2019. The stable runs SIR RON PRIESTLEY today. Longest Traveller: SIR RON PRIESTLEY trained by M Johnston, Middleham, 200 miles.

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SIR RON PRIESTLEY (GB) (19) 12/-1130 D

age

st-lb

Draw

5

9-9

(4)

Franny Norton J Br Ch h Australia - Reckoning (IRE) (Danehill Dancer (IRE)) Mark Johnston, Middleham T O Mr Paul Dean Johnston Racing Ltd S B Mascalls Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Enjoyed a fantastic 3-y-o campaign and returned with 2 victories, including the Jockey Club (from Pyledriver, who won the Coronation Cup next time from Al Aasy). Too keen the last twice. TFRHHHII BHA116

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AL AASY (IRE) (34) 116-112 C D BF

4

9-6

(3)

Jim Crowley J Br B c Sea The Stars (IRE) - Kitcara (Shamardal (USA)) William Haggas, Newmarket T O Shadwell Estate Company Ltd B Sunderland Holding Inc.

TIMEFORM VIEW Much improved in 2021, landing pair of Newbury Group 3s over this trip on return before a close second in the Coronation Cup at Epsom. Won Bahrain Trophy at this meeting last year and the one to beat. TFRHHHHH BHA120

3

BANGKOK (IRE) (62) 2-21014

Br B h Australia - Tanaghum (Darshaan) O King Power Racing Co Ltd B Barronstown Stud

5

9-6

(2)

Silvestre De Sousa J Andrew Balding, Kingsclere T King Power International Co Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW In good form on the AW this year, winning twice at Lingfield, including listed event. Not so good at Chester when last seen but he’s not had many tries over this trip and he does stay it. TFRHHHII BHA111

4 HIGHEST GROUND (IRE) (19) 120-610 D

4

9-6

(5)

TIMEFORM VIEW Back to form with a bang with victory in messy contest over this sort of trip at Leicester last month in first-time tongue tie. Left poorly placed in the Hardwicke and he’s better than that. TFRHHHII BHA107

5

STAR SAFARI (GB) (103) 6/1-3116 D

5

9-6

(1)

James Doyle J Br B g Sea The Stars (IRE) - Intimhir (IRE) (Muhtathir) Charlie Appleby, Newmarket T O Godolphin Emirates Fly Better S B Gestut Brummerhof

TIMEFORM VIEW Did well in Dubai earlier this year, winning handicap over this trip and a Group 3 on turf. First run on these shores since October 2018 and plenty on his plate for all his 4-8 record is admirable. TFRHHHII BHA110 DECLARED RUNNERS 5 Tongue Strap worn by No. 3, 4.

2020: DAME MALLIOT 4 9 3 Hollie Doyle 8-1 (Ed Vaughan) 7 ran

Probable S.P’s: 5-6 Al Aasy (IRE), 5-1 Highest Ground (IRE), 11-2 Sir Ron Priestley (GB), 9-1 Bangkok (IRE), 20-1 Star Safari (GB)

PLAY SMARTER

AL AASY was touched off in the Coronation Cup and remains a Group 1 winner in waiting. He sets a good standard back at the scene of his victory in the Bahrain Trophy at this meeting last summer and should be hard to beat. Highest Ground is the selection for the forecast.

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.AL AASY (IRE) 2.HIGHEST GROUND (IRE) 3.BANGKOK (IRE)

RACE RESULT

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Ryan Moore J Br B c Frankel - Celestial Lagoon (JPN) (Sunday Silence (USA)) Sir Michael Stoute, Newmarket T O Niarchos Family B Niarchos Family


MEDIAN & RECORD TIME

Raceform Median Time: 2 mins, 32.90 secs Record Time: 2 mins, 27.52 secs - Dame Malliot 20th July 2019, Good

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SIR HENRY CECIL

The sixth race on today’s card honours the memory of the late Sir Henry Cecil, a much-missed Newmarket resident and towering member of the racing community. Sir Henry passed away in June 2013 following an inspirational battle with cancer that coincided with the zenith of his life as a trainer, when he oversaw the remarkable career of the undefeated Frankel, arguably the greatest racehorse ever to have graced the turf. Frankel was his fabulous finale but Sir Henry’s legacy as a master trainer had already been secured thanks to his previous exploits in training household names like Oh So Sharp, Slip Anchor and Bosra Sham to name but three. In total, he plundered 25 British Classics, including nine here at Newmarket, with Frankel’s awesome display of power in the 2011 QIPCO 2000 Guineas surely the most memorable. Having trained out of Warren Place, Sir Henry was an iconic figure, synonymous with Newmarket’s world famous Warren Hill and the loss of his presence and wisdom continues to be felt in our town. Tony Rushmer, author of the recently published ‘The Triumph of Henry Cecil: The Authorised Biography’ and who spent seven years working for Sir Henry, recalls feeling in awe of the trainer during his time with him. “He was always someone I admired, long before the opportunity arose to venture inside Warren Place,” Rushmer recalls. “There was just this aura around him, even when things weren’t going so well. “When he trained his horses he would tend to walk away from the rest of us and you could see how focused he was as they came by. He’d be in the zone. And that would continue as we jumped back into the car when he’d be running through his mind what he’d just seen. The excitement was just bubbling through him – ‘The grey colt, he could be very good, couldn’t he? He has really settled down now, you know?’ I’d just sit there and listen and was fascinated by everything that unfolded on those mornings.” Newmarket Racecourses is proud to ensure Sir Henry Cecil’s legacy is remembered and will continue to ensure generations of racegoers to come know of his immense contribution to our sport.


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SIXTH RACE 4.10 THE EDMONDSON HALL SOLICITORS SIR HENRY CECIL STAKES (CLASS 1) (Listed Race) for three yrs old x Total race value £52000

Owners Prize Money. 1st £23171, 2nd £9511, 3rd £4758, 4th £2376, 5th £1191, 6th £593. (Penalty Value £29489.20)

FORM ANALYSIS - A CLOSER LOOK

| FACTS | FANCIES | FORM | STATS | Leading course trainer (16-21): C Appleby (61 wins from 231 runners, 26%) runs ONE RULER Trainer-in-form (last 14 days): J & T Gosden (10 wins from 30 runners, 33%) runs DERAB Longest Traveller: NAAMOOS trained by M Johnston, Middleham, 200 miles.

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T Trainer O Owner B Breeder S Sponsor Br Breeding

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horse

st-lb

Draw

BAAEED (GB) (19) 11 CD

9-3

(4)

Jim Crowley J Br B c Sea The Stars (IRE) - Aghareed (USA) (Kingmambo (USA)) William Haggas, Newmarket T O Shadwell Estate Company Ltd B Shadwell Estate Company Limited

TIMEFORM VIEW Brother to Hukum and has looked a potentially top-notch performer, supplementing his debut success in most convincing fashion in novice company over C&D last time. Big claims despite step up in class. TFRHHHHH BHA104

2

DERAB (GB) (32) 2-210 D

9-3

(2)

Martin Harley J Br B c Sea The Stars (IRE) - Concentric (Sadler’s Wells (USA)) John & Thady Gosden, Newmarket T O Juddmonte Juddmonte Farms Inc S B Juddmonte Farms Ltd

TIMEFORM VIEW Half-brother to Enable and looks to have plenty of ability himself. Readily off the mark in novice on the Rowley Course, then fared as well as could be expected in the French Derby. One to consider. TFRHHHHI BHA107

3

LEGION OF HONOUR (GB) (19) 21-206

9-3

(1)

David Egan J Br B c Wootton Bassett - Miss Vendome (IRE) (Medicean) Roger Varian, Newmarket T O Teme Valley Varian Stable Ltd S B Team Hogdala AB

TIMEFORM VIEW Off the mark in Newcastle novice in November. Has bettered that up in grade this term, albeit seeming a bit out of his depth in the 2000 Guineas and then the Jersey last time. Others preferred. TFRHHIII BHA104

4 MAXIMAL (GB) (23) 210-224 D

Br B c Galileo (IRE) - Joyeuse (Oasis Dream) O Juddmonte B Juddmonte Farms Ltd

9-3

(6)

Ryan Moore J Sir Michael Stoute, Newmarket T Juddmonte Farms Inc S

TIMEFORM VIEW Well-bred colt who underlined that he’s still progressing when fourth in the St James’s Palace at Royal Ascot 23 days ago. That’s the best piece of form on show, so he makes obvious appeal. TFRHHHHI BHA111

5

NAAMOOS (FR) (23) 216-110 D

9-3

(5)

Ben Curtis J Br B c Wootton Bassett - Praise Dancing (IRE) (Blame (USA)) Mark Johnston, Middleham T O H.H. Shaikh Nasser Al Khalifa & F. Nass Johnston Racing Ltd, Oliver St Lawrence Bloodstock Limited S B S.A.S. Elevage Du Haras de Bourgeauville

TIMEFORM VIEW Much improved when dominating handicaps at Musselburgh and Sandown before an underwhelming showing in the St James’s Palace Stakes at Royal Ascot. This is a more realistic assignment. TFRHHHII BHA109

6

ONE RULER (IRE) (21) 312-660 D

9-3

(3)

James Doyle J Br B c Dubawi (IRE) - Fintry (IRE) (Shamardal (USA)) Charlie Appleby, Newmarket T O Godolphin Emirates Fly Better S B Godolphin

TIMEFORM VIEW 1m Group 3 winner at 2 and runner-up in Futurity at Doncaster final start. Hasn’t fired so far this term, but this represents an easier task, so he’s worthy of interest in first-time cheekpieces. TFRHHHHI BHA111 2020: AL SUHAIL 3 9 3 William Buick 5-2 (Charlie Appleby) 7 ran DECLARED RUNNERS 6 Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn first time by No. 6. Stewards Note: LEGION OF HONOUR: Following its run on 19/6/2021 it was reported that the horse hung right-handed under pressure. Probable S.P’s: 11-4 Maximal (GB), 7-2 Baaeed (GB), 5-1 One Ruler (IRE), 6-1 Derab (GB), Naamoos (FR), 12-1 Legion of Honour (GB)

PLAY SMARTER

Though others have achieved a bit more, the manner of BAAEED’s two victories to date have marked him down as a potentially class act, so he’s worth backing to take this step up in grade in his stride. Maximal demands respect having hit the frame in a Group 1 last time, while Derab is another one to consider dropping back in grade.

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.BAAEED 2.MAXIMAL 3.DERAB 50


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MEDIAN & RECORD TIME Raceform Median Time: 1 min, 40.00 secs Record Time: 1 min, 35.89 secs - Veracious 12th July 2019, Good to Firm

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SEVENTH RACE 4.45 THE JOHN DEERE HANDICAP STAKES (CLASS 3)

for three yrs old and upwards x Total race value £25000 Owners Prize Money. 1st £10668, 2nd £5333, 3rd £2668, 4th £1333. (Penalty Value £13500)

FORM ANALYSIS - A CLOSER LOOK

| FACTS | FANCIES | FORM | STATS | Leading course trainer (16-21): C Appleby (61 wins from 231 runners, 26%) runs PATH OF THUNDER Trainer-in-form (last 14 days): R Hannon (10 wins from 81 runners, 12%) runs DINGLE Longest Traveller: ALMINOOR trained by J Flint, Bridgend, 236 miles.

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T Trainer O Owner B Breeder S Sponsor Br Breeding

colours no

1

horse

MIGRATION (IRE) (15) 00125/-4 D BF

age

st-lb

Draw

5

10-0

(9)

Silvestre De Sousa J Br B g Alhebayeb (IRE) - Caribbean Ace (IRE) (Red Clubs (IRE)) David Menuisier, Pulborough T O Gail Brown Racing (IX) Shinco Racing Limited S B Ms C. Peddie

TIMEFORM VIEW Returning from lengthy absence when good fourth of 12 in Salisbury handicap (8f, good to soft) 15 days ago, conceding first run. Just 1lb higher now and merits consideration. TFRHHHII BHA95

2

JACK’S POINT (GB) (21) 5063-00

5

10-0

(14)

Rossa Ryan J Br B g Slade Power (IRE) - Electra Star (Shamardal (USA)) Tom Clover, Newmarket T O Ben Spiers and Adam Signy T Clover Racing Limited S B G. R. Bailey Ltd

TIMEFORM VIEW Useful 7f winner for William Muir last term and shaped promisingly on debut for new yard in Victoria Cup. Unable to build on that since, though. TFRHHIII BHA95

3

AMBASSADORIAL (USA) (103) 202P-30

7

9-11

(16)

Br B g Elusive Quality (USA) - Tactfully (IRE) (Discreet Cat (USA)) David Egan J Jane Chapple-Hyam, Newmarket T O Mrs Jane Chapple-Hyam Tote S B Darley

TIMEFORM VIEW On a long losing run and not seen since well held in Godolphin Mile at Meydan (8f) in March. TFRHIIII BHA92

4 PATH OF THUNDER (IRE) (21) 11/0-322 C BF 4

9-11

(10)

Br Ch g Night of Thunder (IRE) - Sunset Avenue (USA) (Street Cry (IRE)) James Doyle J Charlie Appleby, Newmarket T O Godolphin Emirates Fly Better S B Rabbah Bloodstock Limited

TIMEFORM VIEW Course winner who has acquitted himself well in defeat all 3 starts this year, latest when second at Chelmsford City (8f, 10/11) 21 days ago. Likely player in first-time blinkers. TFRHHHHI BHA92

5

EPIC ENDEAVOUR (IRE) (12) 1211-52 D BF

4

9-10

(3)

Martin Dwyer J Br B g Epaulette (AUS) - Doubt (IRE) (Generous (IRE)) William Muir & Chris Grassick, Lambourn T O Clarke, Edginton, Niven Tote S B Moygaddy Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Progressive handicapper last autumn, winning 3 times at up to 1m. Built on reappearance effort when runner-up at Windsor (8.1f, good to firm) 12 days ago and warrants respect. TFRHHHII BHA91

6

SATONO JAPAN (JPN) (29) 1/34-566

4

9-10

(11)

Ryan Moore J Br B c Deep Impact (JPN) - Dubawi Heights (Dubawi (IRE)) Sir Michael Stoute, Newmarket T O Satomi Horse Company Ltd B Shadai Farm

TIMEFORM VIEW Landed Kempton novice (7f) sole start as a 2-y-o. Very lightly raced since and work to do after disappointing over longer trip at Haydock last time. TFRHHHII BHA91

7

POWER OF DARKNESS (GB) (8) 1/00-003 D 6

Br B g Power - Summers Lease (Pivotal) O Mr R. C. C. Villers B Mrs C. R. Philipson & Lofts Hall Stud

9-9

(13)

Andrea Atzeni J Marcus Tregoning, Whitsbury T Marcus Tregoning Racing Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW Back near best form when third of 7 in handicap at Bath (8f, firm) 8 days ago, very slowly away. Can race off same mark again but this looks a much deeper contest. TFRHHHII BHA90

8

KEYSER SOZE (IRE) (14) 546106 D

7

9-8

(8)

Adam Kirby J Br Ch g Arcano (IRE) - Causeway Queen (IRE) (Giant’s Causeway (USA)) Richard Spencer, Newmarket T O Rebel Racing (2) Rebel Racing Ltd, Direct Commercial Ltd S B J. Hanly

TIMEFORM VIEW Tricky customer yet highly capable when on song, ending losing run in 1m Ascot handicap in April. Back to that level when unlucky sixth here latest and enters calculation in first-time visor. TFRHHHII BHA89 56


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REPERTOIRE (GB) (26) 0-10355

5

9-8

(5)

Jim Crowley J Br B g Bated Breath - Binche (USA) (Woodman (USA)) David Simcock, Newmarket T O P Booth, A Jackson & K Stewart Al Basti Equiworld S B Juddmonte Farms Ltd

TIMEFORM VIEW Useful in France and scored in AW novice on yard debut in February. Respectable efforts in turf handicaps last 3 starts but others look better treated. TFRHHIII BHA89

10 TENBURY WELLS (USA) (33) 1124-04

4

9-7

(1)

Frankie Dettori J Br B g Medaglia d’Oro (USA) - Dayatthespa (USA) (City Zip (USA)) O Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Al Maktoum John & Thady Gosden, Newmarket T B Stonestreet Thoroughbred Holdings LLC

TIMEFORM VIEW Dual 1m2f winner who signed off with good fourth in Newbury handicap last term. Back to form when fourth at Doncaster latest but drop in trip not guaranteed to suit. Tongue strap on first time. TFRHHIII BHA88

11 GIN PALACE (GB) (12) 0-05425 D

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9-3

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Charles Bishop J Br B g Swiss Spirit - Regal Curtsy (Royal Applause) Eve Johnson Houghton, Blewbury T O Mrs Zara Campbell-Harris ABM Catering Limited S B Mrs Z. C. Campbell-Harris

TIMEFORM VIEW Dual winner in 2020 and run creditably in defeat in recent starts, latest when fifth of 9 in handicap at Windsor (8.1f, good to firm, 11/2) 12 days ago. Can make presence felt. TFRHHHII BHA84

12 GLOBAL SPIRIT (GB) (15) 3-56042 D

Br B g Invincible Spirit (IRE) - Centime (Royal Applause) O Swales & Fell B Car Colston Hall Stud

6

9-3

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P. J. McDonald J Roger Fell, Nawton T Tote S

TIMEFORM VIEW Turned in best effort of the season when close second of 15 in handicap (9/1) at Carlisle (7.8f, good to firm) last month. 2lb rise fair and is another to consider. TFRHHHII BHA84

13 SOAR ABOVE (GB) (55) 051-350

6

9-3

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Tom Marquand J Br Gr or Ro g Lethal Force (IRE) - Soar (Danzero (AUS)) John Butler, Newmarket T O Miss M. Bishop-Peck B Cheveley Park Stud Limited

TIMEFORM VIEW Yet to really fire this year and is still looking for first success on turf. Makes limited appeal. TFRHIIII BHA84

14 ALMINOOR (IRE) (13) 324501 D

4

9-3

(15)

Graham Lee J Br B g Kodiac - Aravonian (Night Shift (USA)) John Flint, Bridgend T O Burnham P & D Ltd Burnham Plastering & Drylining Ltd S B Mrs P. K. O’Rourke

TIMEFORM VIEW Capitalised on drop of grade when taking 9-runner claimer (9/2) at Chester (7.6f, good to soft) last month. Since joined new yard and has more on his plate here. TFRHHIII BHA84

15 DINGLE (IRE) (76) 631-35 D BF

3

8-12

(2)

Pat Dobbs J Br B c Footstepsinthesand - Beal Ban (IRE) (Daggers Drawn (USA)) Richard Hannon, Marlborough T O Martin Hughes & Michael Kerr-Dineen Old Oak Holdings Ltd S B Natasha Newsome

TIMEFORM VIEW An imposing type who shaped well when third in a hot race at Newbury (7f) on reappearance. Wasn’t in same form in Esher Cup 7 days later but remains low mileage. TFRHHHII BHA88

16 LEGENDARY DAY (GB) (26) 424-211 D

3

8-7

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Oisin Murphy J Br B c Adaay (IRE) - Dubai Legend (Cadeaux Genereux) Hughie Morrison, East Ilsley T O Mr A. N. Solomons Bridgend Hotel S B D. & S. L. Tanker Transport Ltd

TIMEFORM VIEW Off the mark at Nottingham in May and upped game further when following up in 5-runner handicap at Leicester (8.2f, good, 5/4) 26 days ago. 6lb higher now but likely has more to give yet. TFRHHHHH BHA83

Probable S.P’s: 5-1 Legendary Day (GB), 9-1 Path of Thunder (IRE), 10-1 Migration (IRE), 12-1 Epic Endeavour (IRE), Global Spirit (GB), 14-1 Satono Japan (JPN), Power of Darkness (GB), Keyser Soze (IRE), 16-1 Gin Palace (GB), 18-1 Tenbury Wells (USA), Alminoor (IRE), Dingle (IRE), 28-1 Repertoire (GB), 33-1 Jack’s Point (GB), 50-1 Ambassadorial (USA), Soar Above (GB)

PLAY SMARTER

LEGENDARY DAY is clearly going the right way and can complete his hat-trick in the finale. Path of Thunder and Migration head the list of dangers.

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.LEGENDARY DAY 2.PATH OF THUNDER (IRE) 3.MIGRATION (IRE)

RACE RESULT 1ST 2ND

RACE TIME

DISTANCE 3RD 4TH

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Seventh Race

2020: BEAR FORCE ONE 4 9 7 William Buick 7-1 (Roger Teal) 6 ran DECLARED RUNNERS 16 Blinkers worn first time by No. 4. Visor worn first time by No. 8. Tongue Strap worn first time by No. 10. Visor worn by No. 6. Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn by No. 7. Stewards Note: POWER OF DARKNESS: Following its run on 30/6/2021 it was reported that the horse was slowly away.


MEDIAN & RECORD TIME

Raceform Median Time: 1 min, 40.00 secs Record Time: 1 min, 35.89 secs - Veracious 12th July 2019, Good to Firm

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TODAY’S RACE CONDITIONS First Race 1.20 - THE BRITISH STALLION STUDS EBF MAIDEN FILLIES’ STAKES (CLASS 2) (GBB RACE) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £13500 to the winning horse The second to receive £6337, the third £3170 and the fourth £1585. for maiden two yrs old fillies only, which are E.B.F. eligible. Enter by noon, July 2nd and pay £125 stake, Declare by 10.00 a.m. July 6th. Weights: 9st each. NEWMARKET RACECOURSES will kindly present a memento to the winning owner and a bottle of champagne to the winning trainer and jockey. In addition, they will award a £50 cash prize to the stable employee responsible for the best turned out horse in this race. THE TRUSTEES OF THE E.B.F. have kindly contributed £10000 towards the prize money for this race. All number cloths to be carried in this race have been sponsored and will carry the name/ logo of EBF. The sponsorship payment of £250 will be distributed equally amongst all horses starting in this race in accordance with paragraphs 24 to 27 of the Stakes and Prize Money Code. 23 entries at £125. Closed July 2nd, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £10668; Second £5333; Third £2668; Fourth £1333. (Penalty Value £13500) A SS SEE PAGE 18 FOR THIS RACE. Second Race 1.50 - THE BAHRAIN TROPHY STAKES (CLASS 1) (Group 3) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £85065 to the winning horse The second to receive £32250, the third £16140, the fourth £8040, the fifth £4035 and the sixth £2025. for three yrs old only. Enter by noon, July 2nd and pay £1250 stake, Declare by 10.00 a.m. July 6th. Weights: Colts and geldings 9st 1lb; fillies 8st 12lb Penalties, after 2020, a winner of a Group 3 race 3lb Of a Group 1 or Group 2 race 5lb. RASHID EQUESTRIAN AND HORSE RACING CLUB has generously sponsored this race and will kindly present a memento to the winning owner, trainer and jockey. In addition, a £100 cash prize will be awarded to the stable employee responsible for the best turned out horse in this race. The British Horseracing Authority’s Development Fund has generously contributed £20000 towards the prize money for this race. All number cloths to be carried in this race have been sponsored and will carry the name/logo of BAHRAIN. The sponsorship payment of £500 will be distributed equally amongst all horses starting in this race in accordance with paragraphs 24 to 27 of the Stakes and Prize Money Code. 13 entries at £1250. - Closed July 2nd, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £66840; Second £27435; Third £13725; Fourth £6855; Fifth £3435; Sixth £1710. (Penalty Value £85065) A SS SEE PAGE 24 FOR THIS RACE. Third Race 2.25 - THE TATTERSALLS JULY STAKES (CLASS 1) (Group 2) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £51039 to the winning horse The second to receive £19350, the third £9684, the fourth £4824, the fifth £2421 and the sixth £1215. for two yrs old colts and geldings only. Enter by noon, July 2nd and pay £900 stake, Declare by 10.00 a.m. July 6th. Weights: 9st each Penalties, a winner of a Group 1 or Group 2 race 3lb. TATTERSALLS LTD., Bloodstock Auctioneers, have generously sponsored this race and will kindly present a memento to the winning owner, trainer, jockey and breeder of the winning horse, and a £200 cash prize to the stable employee in charge of the winning horse. In addition, they will kindly award a £200 cash prize to the stable employee responsible for the best turned out horse in this race. All number cloths to be carried in this race have been sponsored and will carry the name/logo of TATTERSALLS. The sponsorship payment of £500 will be distributed equally amongst all horses starting in this race in accordance with paragraphs 24 to 27 of the Stakes and Prize Money Code. 15 entries at £900. - Closed July 2nd, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £40104; Second £16461; Third £8235; Fourth £4113; Fifth £2061; Sixth £1026. (Penalty Value £51039) A SS SEE PAGE 30 FOR THIS RACE. Fourth Race 3.00 - THE EACH WAY EXTRA AT bet365 HANDICAP STAKES (CLASS 2) (Heritage Handicap) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £38655 to the winning horse The second to receive £18127, the third £9067, the fourth £4530, the fifth £2265 and the sixth £1132. for three yrs old only, Rated 0-105. Enter by noon, June 22nd and pay £110 stake, Confirm by noon, July 2nd and pay £265, Declare by 10.00 a.m. July 6th. Lowest weight 8st; Highest weight not less than 9st 7lb Penalties, after June 26th, 2021, for each race won 6lb. bet365 has generously sponsored this race and will kindly present a memento to the winning owner, trainer, jockey and stable employee in charge of the winning horse. In addition, they will award a £100 cash prize to the stable employee responsible for the best turned out horse in this race. All number cloths to be carried in this race have been sponsored and will carry the name/logo of bet365. The sponsorship payment of £500 will be distributed equally amongst all horses starting in this race in accordance with paragraphs 24 to 27 of the Stakes and Prize Money Code. PLEASE NOTE: In accordance with the provisions of paragraph 9 of the Weights and Handicapping Code a horse must have run three times or more in order to qualify to run in this race. 42 entries, 13 at £110, 29 at £375. - Closed June 22nd, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £30473; Second £15240; Third £7620; Fourth £3810; Fifth £1905; Sixth £953. (Penalty Value £38655) Weights raised 1lb and paragraphs 27 to 31 of the Weights and Handicapping Code complied with where applicable. SS SEE PAGE 38 FOR THIS RACE. Fifth Race 3.35 - THE PRINCESS OF WALES’S TATTERSALLS STAKES (CLASS 1) (Group 2) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £65216 to the winning horse The second to receive £24725, the third £12374, the fourth £6164 and the fifth £3093. for three yrs old and upwards. Enter by noon, June 15th and pay £270 stake, Confirm by noon, July 2nd and pay £630, Supplementary Entry by noon, July 2nd and pay £8000 stake, Declare by 10.00 a.m. July 6th. Weights: 3-y-o colts and geldings 8st 8lb; fillies 8st 5lb 4-y-o and up colts and geldings 9st 6lb; fillies 9st 3lb Penalties, after 2020, a winner of a Group 2 race 3lb Of a Group 1 race 5lb. TATTERSALLS LTD., Bloodstock Auctioneers, have generously sponsored this race and, in addition to the prize money, will present a memento to the winning owner, trainer, jockey and a £200 cash prize to the stable employee in charge of the winning horse. In addition, they will kindly award a £200 cash prize to the stable employee responsible for the best turned out horse in this race. Declarations to run for this race must be made by 10.00 a.m. on Tuesday 6th July and declarations of riders must be made by 1.00 p.m. on Tuesday 6th July. All number cloths to be carried in this race have been sponsored and will carry the name/logo of TATTERSALLS. The sponsorship payment of £500 will be distributed equally amongst all horses starting in this race in accordance with paragraphs 24 to 27 of the Stakes and Prize Money Code. 30 entries, 21 at £270, 9 at £900. - Closed June 15th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £51244; Second £21034; Third £10523; Fourth £5256; Fifth £2634. (Penalty Value £65216.50) A SS SEE PAGE 44 FOR THIS RACE. Sixth Race 4.10 - THE EDMONDSON HALL SOLICITORS SIR HENRY CECIL STAKES (CLASS 1) (Listed Race) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £29489 to the winning horse The second to receive £11180, the third £5595, the fourth £2787, the fifth £1398 and the sixth £702. for three yrs old only, which have not won a Group 1 or Group 2 Pattern race since two yrs old. Enter by noon, July 2nd and pay £260 stake, Declare by 10.00 a.m. July 6th. Weights: Colts and geldings 9st 3lb; fillies 8st 12lb Penalties, after 2020, a winner of a Listed race 3lb Of a Group 3 race 5lb. EDMONDSON HALL SOLICITORS have generously sponsored this race and will kindly present a memento to the winning owner and a bottle of champagne to the winning trainer and jockey. In addition, they will award a £100 cash prize to the stable employee responsible for the best turned out horse in this race. 14 entries at £260. - Closed July 2nd, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £23171; Second £9511; Third £4758; Fourth £2376; Fifth £1191; Sixth £593. (Penalty Value £29489.20) A SS SEE PAGE 50 FOR THIS RACE. Seventh Race 4.45 - THE JOHN DEERE HANDICAP STAKES (CLASS 3) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £13500 to the winning horse The second to receive £6337, the third £3170 and the fourth £1585. for three yrs old and upwards, Rated 76-95 (also open to such horses rated 96 and 97; such horses rated 75 and below are also eligible - see Standard Conditions). £125 stake if the horse is rated 76 or higher, or £25 stake if the horse is rated 75 or lower with £100 extra if the horse is declared to run Declare by 10.00 a.m. July 6th. Lowest weight: 4-y-o and up 8st 9lb; 3-y-o 8st Highest weight: 4-y-o and up 10st; 3-y-o 9st 5lb Penalties, after June 26th, 2021, for each race won 3yo 6lb; 4yo to 6yo 5lb; 7yo and up 4lb. JOHN DEERE has generously sponsored this race and will kindly present a memento to the winning owner and a bottle of champagne to the winning trainer and jockey. In addition, they will award a £50 cash prize to the stable employee responsible for the best turned out horse in this race. All number cloths to be carried in this race have been sponsored and will carry the name/logo of JOHN DEERE. The sponsorship payment of £250 will be distributed equally amongst all horses starting in this race in accordance with paragraphs 24 to 27 of the Stakes and Prize Money Code. 35 entries, at £125. - Closed July 2nd, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £10668; Second £5333; Third £2668; Fourth £1333. (Penalty Value £13500) SS SEE PAGE 56 FOR THIS RACE.


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