Newmarket Racecard - July Festival Day 2

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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 a relaxed summer’s afternoon with the highest quality racing against a beautiful backdrop. We have seven races to enjoy, including Group 1 action in the Tattersalls Falmouth Stakes, which looks set to be a vintage renewal and forms part of QIPCO British Champions Series. The Group 2 Duchess of Cambridge Stakes (sponsored by bet365) adds further high-level competition to the card, while two Heritage Handicaps in the form of the bet365 Handicap and bet365 Trophy provide intriguing puzzles to solve. We would like to thank Weatherbys, bet365 and Tattersalls 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. 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 10, and I thank you for your understanding. I wish all the horses and their connections competing today the very best of luck and hope that you have a wonderful afternoon here at the July Course. Best wishes, SOPHIE ABLE General ManagerWHAT’S ON SITE TODAY?

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RACING AT NEWMARKET 2021 FIXTURES Friday 16th July – Evening Racing Saturday 17th July – Afternoon Racing Friday 23rd July – Newmarket Night – Tom Jones Saturday 24th July – Afternoon Racing Friday 30th July – Newmarket Night – Olly Murs Saturday 31st July – Afternoon Racing Friday 6th August – Newmarket Night – Jess Glynne Saturday 7th August – Afternoon Racing Friday 13th August – Newmarket Night – Rick Astley Saturday 14th August – Afternoon Racing Friday 27th August – Afternoon Racing Saturday 28th August – Summer Saturday Live – McFly Saturday 18th September – Cesarewitch Trial Day Thursday 23rd September Friday 24th September Cambridgeshire Meeting Saturday 25th September Saturday 2nd October – Sun Chariot Day Friday 8th October Dubai Future Champions Festival Saturday 9th October Wednesday 20th October – Two Year Old Day Friday 29th October Final Meeting Saturday 30th October


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RACEDAY OFFICIALS Newmarket Racecourses Committee William Wyatt, Esq. (Chairman) William Sporborg, Esq. James Toller, Esq. Tim Vestey, Esq. The Hon. Mrs P. Stanley Mrs A. Stewart Matthew Lohn, Esq. Mrs J. George Managing Director – East Amy Starkey General Manager Sophie Able Regional Head Of Racing & Clerk of the Course Michael Prosser Regional Head Of Marketing - East Michelle Anderson Finance Director Sarah Drabwell Head Of Operations Gemma Steve Farrier Harry Buckle Safety Officer Sarah Walters Commentator John Hunt Betting Ring Manager Sarah Woodborne

Race Conditions can be found on page 63

Stewards Shaun Parker (Chief Steward) Adam Barker (Stewards’ Panel Chair) Anthony McGlone Kate Hanson Kate Smith Gordan Markham Social Distancing Officer Ben Ford Starters William Jardine Kieran O’Shea Judge David Hicks Clerk Of The Scales Paul Champion Medical Officers Dr Jeremy Webb Dr Fiona Virgo Dr Juno Jesuthsan Veterinary Officer Jocelyn Habershon-Butcher Veterinary Surgeons David Dugdale Jeremy Allen Paul Ormond Tom Eaton-Evans Equine Welfare & Integrity Officers Louise Sheridan Elizabeth Budden John Bramhill Sarah Duncan Jeremy Willis Shaun Mitchell Carol Broodbank

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We are delighted to welcome you back to the racecourse FOOD ANDtoday. DRINK ORDERING We very much hope that you enjoy your time with us, and we would like to remind you of our code of conduct;

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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

BETTING

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— Decide the amount – or stake – you are comfortable to bet. — Place your bet. There are different places to bet on course; The Tote, racecourse bookmakers, betting shop or online. Each option offers a different experience. — Collect. Once ‘Weighed-in’ has been announced, present your betting slip and collect any winnings.

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6 Year of The Dragon (IRE) 9-1

ASCOT Race 1 1.05

6f

1 Flaming Rib (IRE)

9-7

Tom Dascombe Richard Kingscote Form: 120, BHA: 90

2 Bethersden Boy (IRE) Richard Hughes Form: 14,

3 Maybury (GB) William Jarvis Form: 032,

8-13

Adam Farragher (5) BHA: 82

4 Ernie’s Valentine (GB) Paul & Oliver Cole Form: 10,

5 Tyson (IRE) Richard Hannon Form: 524,

9-0

Jason Watson BHA: 83

8-13

Cieren Fallon BHA: 82

8-11 Thore Hammer Hansen (3) BHA: 80

6 Robasta (IRE)

8-10

Andrew Balding Form: 320,

Rob Hornby BHA: 79

7 Haymaker (GB) Hughie Morrison Form: 323,

8-6 Charlie Bennett BHA: 75

8 Marsh Benham (IRE) Charles Hills Form: 035,

8-4

Luke Morris BHA: 73 (-1)

Race 2 1.40

1m 7f 209y

1 Alerta Roja (GB)

9-7

Sir Mark Prescott Bt Form: 411,

Luke Morris BHA: 79

2 Damned Elusive (GB)

9-3

3 Lawmans Blis (IRE)

8-8

Andrew Balding Form: 122, Harry Dunlop Form: 323,

Jason Watson BHA: 75

Saffie Osborne (5) BHA: 66

Race 3 2.15

7f 213y

1 Isla Kai (IRE)

2 Zoffarelli (IRE) Ralph Beckett Form: 2-42,

9-0

8 Rebel Territory (GB)

8-13

Robyn Brisland Form: 254,

Jason Watson BHA: 83

Amanda Perrett Form: 322,

Ray Dawson (3) BHA: 82

9 Echo Beach (GB) Hugo Palmer Form: 1-35,

Race 4 2.50

8-8 Cieren Fallon BHA: 77

1m 3f 211y

1 Garden Paradise (IRE) James Tate Form: 231,

10-0

Luke Morris BHA: 80

2 Goolwa (IRE)

9-5

Andrew Balding Form: 0-14,

Rob Hornby BHA: 83 (-1)

3 Basilicata (IRE)

9-4

4 Percy’s Pride (IRE)

9-1

5 Gwenhwyvar (IRE)

8-10

Mark Johnston Form: 253, William Knight Form: 631,

Andrew Breslin (5) BHA: 82

Richard Kingscote BHA: 79

Hughie Morrison Form: 440,

Race 5 3.25

Jason Watson BHA: 74

1m 1f 212y

1 Passion And Glory (IRE) 10-0 Saeed bin Suroor Form: 001,

Ray Dawson (3) BHA: 100

2 Naval Commander (GB) 9-6 Robyn Brisland Form: 16-1,

Jason Watson BHA: 92

3 Data Protection (GB)

9-6

William Muir & Chris Grassick Form: 331,

Nicola Currie BHA: 92

9-3

David Simcock Form: 355,

9-6

5 Fabilis (GB)

9-0

3 Beau Jardine (IRE)

9-6

Jack Mitchell BHA: 89

4 Guru (GB)

9-5

John & Thady Gosden Form: 15-5,

Adam Kirby BHA: 88

5 Melody of Life (IRE) Andrew Balding Form: 321,

7 Sergeant Tibbs (GB)

4 Repertoire (GB)

Laura Pearson (5) BHA: 89 (+1)

Roger Varian Form: 1-12,

Richard Kingscote BHA: 84

Rowan Scott BHA: 90

9-7

Nigel Tinkler Form: 411,

William Knight Form: 250,

9-1

Rob Hornby BHA: 84

Ralph Beckett Form: 420,

Saffie Osborne (5) BHA: 89 Laura Pearson (5) BHA: 96

6 Without Revenge (GB)

8-8

Roger Charlton Richard Kingscote Form: 315, BHA: 90


Race 6 4.00

6f

1 Major Jumbo (GB)

10-0

2 Tinto (GB)

10-0

Kevin Ryan Form: 563,

Oisin McSweeney (7) BHA: 95

Amanda Perrett Saffie Osborne (5) Form: 023, BHA: 95

Race 7 4.35

1m

1 Star Shield (GB)

9-12

David O’Meara Form: 220,

2 Kaeso (GB)

Dylan Hogan BHA: 84

9-12

Nigel Tinkler Form: 000,

Andrew Breslin (3) BHA: 84

3 Chairmanoftheboard (IRE) 9-13

3 Ffion (GB)

4 One Night Stand (GB)

9-11

4 Mykonos St John (GB)

5 Dazzling Dan (IRE)

9-10

Mick Channon Form: 50-5,

William Jarvis Form: 0-01,

Rob Hornby BHA: 94 (-1)

Adam Farragher (5) BHA: 92

Pam Sly Form: 133,

Ray Dawson (3) BHA: 91

6 Bernardo O’Reilly (GB)

9-7

7 Concierge (IRE)

9-6

Richard Spencer Form: 0-63,

Adam Kirby BHA: 88

Michael Attwater Form: 104,

Luke Morris BHA: 87

8 Zhui Feng (IRE) Tom Ward Form: 644,

9 Bickerstaffe (GB) K. R. Burke Form: 300,

10 Dark Shift (GB) Charles Hills Form: 2-10,

9-3

Richard Kingscote BHA: 84

9-3 Cieren Fallon BHA: 90

9-0 Jason Watson BHA: 87

11 Ascot Adventure (GB) Clive Cox Form: 1-44,

8-11

Liam Keniry BHA: 84

9-11

David Loughnane Form: 222,

Laura Pearson (3) BHA: 83

9-10

Jamie Osborne Saffie Osborne (3) Form: 111, BHA: 82

5 Bonneval (GB)

9-9

6 Semser (GB)

9-8

7 Bucephalus (GER)

9-7

8 Lexington Force (FR)

9-7

9 Love Dreams (IRE)

9-6

James Fanshawe Form: 322,

Gary Moore Form: 1-00,

Chris Wall Form: 513,

Richard Hannon Form: 000,

Adam Farragher (5) BHA: 81

Rhys Clutterbuck (3) BHA: 80

Sebastian Woods (3) BHA: 79 Thore Hammer Hansen BHA: 79

Michael Blake Form: 126,

Thomas Greatrex BHA: 78

10 Soaring Star (IRE)

9-5

11 Global Esteem (IRE)

9-4

12 Crystal Casque (GB)

9-3

13 Sir Plato (IRE)

9-1

Kevin Ryan Form: 304,

Oisin McSweeney (7) BHA: 77

Chris Dwyer Form: 050,

Rod Millman Form: 236,

Rod Millman Form: 010,

Aled Beech (3) BHA: 76 Ray Dawson BHA: 75

George Rooke BHA: 73


YORK Race 1 2.05

Race 2 2.40 1m 3f 188y

1 Bollin Joan (GB) Tim Easterby Form: 161,

9-9

Ella McCain (5) BHA: 82

2 Eagle Court (IRE) David O’Meara Form: 630,

9-8

Daniel Tudhope BHA: 86

3 Anythingtoday (IRE) Roger Fell Form: 020,

9-8

Jason Hart BHA: 86

4 Ispahan (GB)

9-7

David Simcock Form: 515,

Jamie Spencer BHA: 85

5 Furzig (GB)

9-7

Richard Fahey Form: 113,

Paul Hanagan BHA: 85

6 Multellie (GB) Tim Easterby Form: 25-0,

7 Carlos Felix (IRE) Philip Kirby Form: 060,

8 Toronto (IRE)

9-3 David Allan BHA: 81

9-0 Andrew Elliott BHA: 78

8-13

David Loughnane Form: 040,

Pat Cosgrave BHA: 77

9 Noble Masquerade (GB) 8-11 Eve Johnson Houghton Form: 521,

10 Cormier (IRE)

8-11

Brian Ellison Form: 12-1,

Ben Robinson BHA: 75

11 Galidermes (FR) William Bethell Form: 210,

Tom Marquand BHA: 75

8-2

Joanna Mason (3) BHA: 66

6f

1 Final Song (IRE)

9-7

Saeed bin Suroor Form: 200,

Pat Cosgrave BHA: 105

2 Declaring Love (GB)

9-4

3 Last Empire (GB)

9-4

John Butler Form: 114,

Shane Kelly BHA: 97

Kevin Ryan Form: 0-25,

Tom Eaves BHA: 102

4 Onassis (IRE)

9-4

Charlie Fellowes Form: 16-0,

Hayley Turner BHA: 107

5 Queen Kahlua (GB) Stuart Williams Form: 466,

9-4

Callum Rodriguez BHA: 88

6 Dandalla (IRE)

8-12

K. R. Burke Form: 064,

Clifford Lee BHA: 102

7 Dexter Belle (IRE)

8-12

8 Light Refrain (GB)

8-12

9 Mo Celita (IRE)

8-12

Kevin Ryan Form: 0-13,

Daniel Tudhope BHA: 90

William Haggas Form: 140,

Tom Marquand BHA: 106

Adrian Nicholls Form: 115,

10 Vadream (GB) Charlie Fellowes Form: 363,

Tony Hamilton BHA: 91

8-12 Jamie Spencer BHA: 106

11 Ventura Diamond (IRE) Richard Fahey Form: 320,

Race 3 3.15

5f 89y

1 Jilly Cooper (IRE) Mark Johnston Form: 31,

9-5

Connor Beasley BHA: -

2 Bond Power (GB) Bryan Smart Form: 23,

9-4 Graham Lee BHA: -

3 Cotai Class (IRE) Phillip Makin Form: 4,

9-4

Tom Marquand BHA: -

4 Ercolano (IRE)

9-4

Michael & David Easterby Form: 6,

5 Silky Wilkie (IRE) K. R. Burke Form:

6 Eternal Halo (IRE) Keith Dalgleish Form: 4,

8-12

Paul Hanagan BHA: 100

David Allan BHA: -

9-4 Clifford Lee BHA: -

8-13

Callum Rodriguez BHA: -


Race 4 3.50

1m 2f 56y

1 Howzer Black (IRE) Keith Dalgleish Form: 520,

10-0

Callum Rodriguez BHA: 85

2 Baltic Baron (IRE) Brian Ellison Form: 006,

9-12

Ben Robinson BHA: 83

3 War Leader (USA) Jane Chapple-Hyam Form: 611,

4 Arch Moon (GB)

9-10 Robert Tart BHA: 81

9-9

Michael Dods Form: 0-40,

Clifford Lee BHA: 80

5 House of Kings (IRE) Michael Appleby Form: 040,

9-9

Tom Marquand BHA: 80

6 Bollin Margaret (GB) Tim Easterby Form: 111,

9-8

David Allan BHA: 79

7 Sameem (IRE)

9-7

Tim Easterby Form: 540,

Duran Fentiman BHA: 78

8 A Boy Named Ivy (IRE) Michael Dods Form: 04-1,

9-5

Paul Mulrennan BHA: 86

9 Sharpcliff (GB)

9-3

John Mackie Form: 521,

Connor Beasley BHA: 74

10 Cote d’Azur (GB)

9-2

Les Eyre Form: 214,

Jason Hart BHA: 73

11 Solent Gateway (IRE) Tom Dascombe Form: 012,

9-2

Hayley Turner BHA: 83

12 Rainbow Jet (IRE) John Mackie Form: 5-13,

9-2 Graham Lee BHA: 73

13 Carter Cowboy (IRE) Richard Fahey Form: 034,

8-0

Kieran O’Neill BHA: 67

Race 5 4.25

7f 192y

1 La Rav (IRE)

9-9

Michael & David Easterby Joanna Mason (3) Form: 116-, BHA: 82

2 Irreverent (GB) Richard Fahey Form: 625,

3 Tangled (IRE) Karen Tutty Form: 211,

9-8 Paul Hanagan BHA: 81

9-8 Gemma Tutty (3) BHA: 81

4 Just Hiss (GB) Tim Easterby Form: 024,

5 Barossa Red (IRE) Daniel & Claire Kubler Form: 060-,

6 Duesenberg (IRE)

9-7 David Allan BHA: 80

9-7 Tom Marquand BHA: 80

9-6

Richard Fahey Connor Murtagh (3) Form: 103, BHA: 79

7 Get Knotted (IRE)

9-5

8 Al Erayg (IRE)

9-5

Michael Dods Form: 404,

Paul Mulrennan BHA: 78

Tim Easterby Form: 043,

Ella McCain (5) BHA: 78

9 Cassy O (IRE)

9-4

Tim Easterby Form: 512,

Duran Fentiman BHA: 77 (+1)

10 Carnival Zain (GB) Micky Hammond Form: 03-4,

11 End Zone (GB)

9-2

Roger Fell Form: 003,

Jason Hart BHA: 75

12 Late Arrival (IRE)

Michael & David Easterby Form: 000,

13 Zumurud (IRE) Mark Walford Form: 236,

9-4

Billy Garritty (3) BHA: 77

9-2 Harrison Shaw BHA: 75

9-1 Daniel Tudhope BHA: 74

14 Give It Some Teddy (GB) 9-0 Tim Easterby Form: 005,

Tom Eaves BHA: 73

15 Challet (IRE) Michael Dods Form: 055,

8-13 Callum Rodriguez BHA: 72

16 Makeen (GB)

8-12

Julie Camacho Form: 012,

17 Irv (IRE)

Graham Lee BHA: 71

8-11

Micky Hammond Form: 523,

Aiden Brookes (7) BHA: 70

18 Swinging Eddie (GB)

8-8

19 Redesdale Rebel (GB)

8-3

20 Bond Angel (GB)

8-2

Grant Tuer Form: 120,

Susan Corbett Form: 0-14, Scott Dixon Form: 500,

Pierre-Louis Jamin (5) BHA: 67 Gavin Ashton (7) BHA: 62 Kieran O’Neill BHA: 61


Race 6 5.00

5f

1 Savalas (IRE)

9-12

Geoffrey Harker Form: 346,

Sam James BHA: 83

2 Cowboy Soldier (IRE)

9-9

3 Militia (GB)

9-8

Roger Fell Form: 560,

Callum Rodriguez BHA: 80 (-3)

Paul Midgley Form: 034,

Graham Lee BHA: 79

4 Queen of Kalahari (GB)

9-7

5 Little Muddy (GB)

9-6

6 Son And Sannie (IRE)

9-6

7 James Watt (IRE)

9-5

Les Eyre Form: 121-,

Lewis Edmunds BHA: 78

Seb Spencer Form: 001,

Harrison Shaw BHA: 77

Paul Midgley Form: 404,

Daniel Tudhope BHA: 77

Paul Midgley Form: 013,

Ben Robinson BHA: 76

8 Modular Magic (GB)

9-4

9 A Pint of Bear (IRE)

9-2

David Barron Form: 42-1,

Connor Beasley BHA: 75

Scott Dixon Form: 001,

Kieran O’Neill BHA: 78

10 Teruntum Star (FR) David C. Griffiths Form: 164,

11 Dapper Man (IRE) Roger Fell Form: 401,

12 Tees Spirit (GB) Adrian Nicholls Form: 126,

9-2 David Allan BHA: 73

8-11 Jason Hart BHA: 68 (+1)

8-11 Tony Hamilton BHA: 73

13 The Princes Poet (GB)

8-10

14 International Girl (IRE)

8-9

Eve Johnson Houghton Form: 251,

Richard Fahey Form: 1-02,

Tom Marquand BHA: 72

Paul Hanagan BHA: 71

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

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

16 Never Say Never (IRE) Geoff Oldroyd Form: 022,

8-8

Tom Eaves BHA: 70

Race 7 5.30

7f

1 Candescence (GB) Mark Walford Form: 022,

9-12

Ella McCain (3) BHA: 80

2 Diamondonthehill (GB) 9-11 Michael Dods Form: 0-16,

Joanna Mason BHA: 79

3 Blowing Wind (IRE)

9-10

4 Tanfantic (GB)

9-10

Michael Dods Form: 0-23,

Aidan Redpath (7) BHA: 78

Brian Meehan Form: 600,

George Buckell BHA: 78

5 Wizard d’Amour (GB)

9-9

6 Outrun The Storm (IRE)

9-5

7 Twilight Prince (GB)

9-4

8 Cosmos Raj (GB)

9-4

9 Mabdaa (GB)

9-0

K. R. Burke Form: 2-31,

Pierre-Louis Jamin (3) BHA: 77

Richard Fahey Form: 35-4,

Billy Garritty BHA: 73

Richard Fahey Form: 02-0,

Connor Murtagh BHA: 72

David O’Meara Form: 252, Antony Brittain Form: 416,

Sean Kirrane (3) BHA: 72 Harry Russell (3) BHA: 68

10 As If By Chance (GB) Nigel Tinkler Form: 242,

11 Marve (GB)

9-0

Faye McManoman BHA: 68

8-10

Lawrence Mullaney Gavin Ashton (5) Form: 436, BHA: 64


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YOUTH SPIRIT (LEFT) AND NAVAL CROWN (RIGHT) LAST YEARS WINNER AND THIRD The Weatherbys Bloodstock Pro British EBF Maiden Stakes has launched the careers of several high-class performers over the last decade. The seven-furlong contest for colts and geldings, staged at the Newmarket July meeting, was won by subsequent dual Listed scorer True Story in 2013 – although the best horse in that year’s race turned out to be fifth-placed Postponed, a future four-time Group 1 winner who retired to Dalham Hall Stud having earned just shy of £5 million in prize-money. Lexington Times, successful in 2014, also went on to become a Listed winner and among the horses he beat that day were Latharnach, later a runner-up in the St James’s Palace Stakes, and Snoano, who three years later would land the Wolferton Handicap at Royal Ascot. All the first four home in 2015 became stakes performers. The winner, Manaafidh, ran second in the Solario Stakes; runner-up Muntazah collected a pair of Group 3s at Meydan; third-placed developed into a Group 3 scorer and ran placed in the Jebel Hatta and Cox Plate; and fourth-placed Dal Harraild won two Listed races and was Group 2-placed. Global Giant, who triumphed in the second division of the race in 2017, went on to win the Listed Carlingford Stakes at Dundalk for his original handler Ed Dunlop and owner Dr Johnny Hon and since his sale to be trained by John Gosden for Isa Salman Al Khalifa has added the Steventon Stakes and Magnolia Stakes to his CV. The 2018 renewal featured a host of familiar names. The winner, Al Hilalee, took the Listed Criterium du Fonds Europeen de l'Elevage on his very next start and landed the Prix Hocquart in the following season, while sixth-placed Allmankind has become a top jumper for Dan Skelton and won the Henry VIII Novices’ Chase, Kingmaker Novices’ Chase and Future Champion Novices’ Chase last season. Back in ninth that day was Nayef Road, who developed into an elite stayer and has finished placed in the Gold Cup, St Leger and Goodwood Cup. Last year’s winner Youth Spirit has upheld the honour of the race by taking the Chester Vase this season, while third-placed Naval Crown went on to win the Meydan Classic, run fourth in the 2,000 Guineas and finish runner-up in the Jersey Stakes at Royal Ascot. Godolphin hold an outstanding record in this race, with the renowned royal blue silks having been carried to victory by True Story and Al Hilalee as well as Dubai Hero in 2016 and Being There in 2017. Sheikh Mohammed’s operation also fielded the runners-up in 2011 (with Sports Section), 2012 (with Improvisation), 2014 (with Good Contact), 2016 (with D’Bai), 2017 (with Tribal Quest), 2018 (with Al Mureib), 2019 (with Al Suhail) and 2020 (with Magical Land). This year’s renewal, held on Friday July 9th, features another strong entry from Godolphin, comprising two beautifully bred colts who both finished third on debut for Charlie Appleby. Frankie Dettori takes the ride on Stormy Ocean, a Frankel colt out of As Good As Gold, a winning Oasis Dream half-sister to Group 2 winner Eminent (also by Frankel) who cost 480,000gns as a yearling, while James Doyle will partner Noble Truth, a Kingman colt out of Speralita, an unraced Frankel half-sister to brilliant middledistance filly Stacelita who was bought for €1.1 million as a yearling.


Shadwell also boast an impressive record in the race, having won it in 2012 (with Ghurair), 2015 (with Manaafidh) and 2019 (with Al Madhar). The late Sheikh Hamdan Al Maktoum’s organisation is represented by two intriguing debutants in 2021. Richard Hannon, who trained Manaafidh and Al Madhar, unleashes Ehraz, a Showcasing colt out of Exrating, an unraced Exceed And Excel half-sister to classy sprinter Pearl Secret bought as a yearling for 180,000gns, while Sir Michael Stoute takes the wraps off Al Baahy, a Kingman colt out of Secret Keeper, a New Approach half-sister to Prix de Diane heroine Confidential Lady who cost 260,000gns as a yearling. John and Thady Gosden have declared two colts for the race, one with a useful piece of form to his name and the other a newcomer. Altraif ran fourth on debut over course and distance last month (one place behind Noble Truth). The relation to outstanding Oaks and King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes heroine Taghrooda carries the silks of his breeder Prince Faisal, who also bred and raced both his sire Kodiac and damsire Olden Times. Debutant Velazquez, co-owned by his breeder Sir Robert Ogden with Sue Magnier, hails from the first crop of star sprinter Caravaggio and receives a stamina boost from his dam Pandora, a daughter of Galileo who finished third in the Musidora and Galtres Stakes. Andrew Balding, trainer of last year’s winner Youth Spirit, is represented 12 months later by a colt with a fascinating pedigree. Prince Of Rebels is by Estidhkaar, who landed the July Stakes at this meeting by four and a half lengths, and is a half-brother to dual Listed scorer Pogo, who was not far behind Palace Pier when fifth in the Queen Anne Stakes last time. The £40,000 yearling buy, owned by Michael Blencowe, is also related to recent Prince of Wales’s Stakes victress Love. Ed Dunlop, on the mark with Global Giant in 2017, is back this year with the Paul Turner-owned Alphonse Le Grande, a Sea The Stars colt out of Athasi Stakes winner Dolce Strega who cost only 40,000gns as a yearling – an apparent snip considering the identity of his sire and dam. At Liberty also looks well bought in light of his stellar pedigree, having cost 50,000gns as a yearling. Trained by Michael Bell for David Fish and partner, he is by Muhaarar, winner of the July Cup at this meeting six years ago, out of Federation, a Group 3-placed Motivator half-sister to the awesome Attraction. Rather more expensive was Baikal, a No Nay Never colt from the family of champions Fasliyev, Misty For Me and US Navy Flag who ran fourth on debut at Haydock for trainer Kevin Ryan and owner Sheikh Mohammed Obaid Al Maktoum. He was a 325,000gns yearling purchase. Tuscan, a newcomer trained by Charlie Hills for John and Jess Dance, was also a pricey acquisition. A firstcrop son of Churchill out of Orcia, a Listed-placed half-sister to stakes winners Distant Memories, Mohedian Lady and Mutatis Mutandis, he was bought at the Tattersalls Craven Breeze-Up Sale for 135,000gns. The John Butler-trained Solanna finished last on debut but is no back number on pedigree. The Helmet colt was bred by owner Ken Snell out of his useful Night Shift mare Night Lily, who won eight races and finished second in the Chartwell Fillies’ Stakes. Positive Impact, a Rabbah Bloodstock homebred, is a precious son of the late supersire Shamardal and is a half-brother to three winners out of Masarah, a Listed-placed daughter of Cape Cross. Father and son Simon and Ed Crisford oversee the newcomer’s career. There are plenty of promising pieces of form and prestigious pedigrees on show in the this year’s Weatherbys Bloodstock Pro British EBF Maiden Stakes, then, but the likely favourite will be Sweeping thanks to his close fourth to Point Lonsdale in the Chesham Stakes at Royal Ascot on his last start. Trained by Archie Watson for his breeders, Ben and Sir Martyn Arbib, he is by Siyouni out of Sweeping Up, a Group 3-placed Sea The Stars half-sister to Zetland Stakes winner Under The Rainbow and Park Hill Stakes second Starfala.

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FIRST RACE 1.15 THE WEATHERBYS BLOODSTOCK PRO BRITISH EBF MAIDEN STAKES (CLASS 3) (GBB RACE) for maiden two yrs old colts and geldings x Total race value £12000 Owners Prize Money. 1st £5120, 2nd £2560, 3rd £1280, 4th £640. (Penalty Value £6480)

FORM ANALYSIS - A CLOSER LOOK

| FACTS | FANCIES | FORM | STATS | Leading course trainer (16-21): C Appleby (61 wins from 227 runners, 27%) runs NOBLE TRUTH and STORMY OCEAN Trainer-in-form (last 14 days): J & T Gosden (10 wins from 31 runners, 32%) runs ALTRAIF and VELAZQUEZ Fancy That: R Hannon won this race in 2014, 2015 and 2019. The stable runs EHRAZ today. Longest Traveller: BAIKAL trained by K Ryan, Hambleton, 183 miles.

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T Trainer O Owner B Breeder S Sponsor Br Breeding

colours no

1

horse

st-lb

Draw

AL BAAHY (GB) (-)

9-0

(10)

Dane O’Neill J Br B c Kingman - Secret Keeper (New Approach (IRE)) Sir Michael Stoute, Newmarket T O Shadwell Estate Company Ltd B Faisal Meshrf Alqahtani

TIMEFORM VIEW Foaled April 22. 260,000 gns yearling, Kingman colt. Half-sister to smart winner up to 10.5f Confidential Lady. Represents powerful stable and the market may prove a useful guide on debut. TFRHHHII BHA-

2

ALPHONSE LE GRANDE (IRE) (-)

9-0

(12)

Ben Curtis J Br B c Sea The Stars (IRE) - Dolce Strega (IRE) (Zoffany (IRE)) Ed Dunlop, Newmarket T O Mr Paul Turner Tattersalls S B Renzo Forni

TIMEFORM VIEW Foaled April 28. 40,000 gns yearling, Sea The Stars colt. Dam, winner up to 7f (2-y-o 5f winner), half-sister to smart 1m winner Epona Plays. TFRHHHII BHA-

3

ALTRAIF (GB) (20) 4

Br B c Kodiac - Redemption (Olden Times) O Prince A. A. Faisal B Nawara Stud Limited

9-0

(11)

David Egan J John & Thady Gosden, Newmarket T

TIMEFORM VIEW Kodiac colt who produced a promising first effort when 5 lengths fourth of 12 in a C&D novice event in June, fact he was stuck on the flank not ideal. In excellent hands and likely improver. TFRHHHHI BHA-

4 AT LIBERTY (IRE) (-)

Br B c Muhaarar - Federation (Motivator) O Mr David Fish and Partner B Floors Farming

9-0

(5)

Callum Shepherd J Michael Bell, Newmarket T Michael Bell Racing S

TIMEFORM VIEW 50,000 gns yearling, Muhaarar half-brother to 2-y-o 6f winner Hitoyogiri. Dam, 1m winner, half-sister to high-class winner up to 1m (1000 Guineas/Irish 1000 Guineas) Attraction. Interesting newcomer. TFRHHHII BHA-

5

BAIKAL (GB) (20) 4

9-0

(7)

Andrea Atzeni J Br B c No Nay Never (USA) - Foreign Assignment (IRE) (Mastercraftsman (IRE)) Kevin Ryan, Hambleton T O Sheikh Mohammed Obaid Al Maktoum B The Pocock Family

TIMEFORM VIEW Fetched 325,000 gns as a yearling and far from disgraced tackling experienced rivals when fourth in a 5-runner Haydock novice (7f) in June, running green but keeping on. Better to come. TFRHHHII BHA-

6

EHRAZ (GB) (-)

9-0

(3)

Jim Crowley J Br Ch c Showcasing - Exrating (Exceed And Excel (AUS)) Richard Hannon, Marlborough T O Shadwell Estate Company Ltd B Whitsbury Manor Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Foaled March 12. 180,000 gns yearling, Showcasing colt. Dam unraced half-sister to smart winner up to 5.4f Pearl Secret. Appeals on paper and one to note under Jim Crowley. TFRHHHII BHA-

7

NOBLE TRUTH (FR) (20) 3

Br B c Kingman - Speralita (FR) (Frankel) O Godolphin B Mr Jean-Pierre Dubois

9-0

(13)

James Doyle J Charlie Appleby, Newmarket T Emirates Fly Better S

TIMEFORM VIEW Kingman colt who despite showing obvious signs of greenness shaped with plenty of promise when third in a C&D novice event last month (pulled hard). Should do better provided he learns to relax. TFRHHHHI BHA-

8

POSITIVE IMPACT (IRE) (-)

9-0

(6)

Silvestre De Sousa J Br Ch c Shamardal (USA) - Masarah (IRE) (Cape Cross (IRE)) Simon & Ed Crisford, Newmarket T O Mr Mohammed Al Nabouda B Rabbah Bloodstock Limited

TIMEFORM VIEW Foaled May 12. Shamardal colt. Half-brother to 3 winners, including 1m winner Turntable and 7f/1m winner Far Hope. Stable adept at readying a newcomer, so worth a check in the betting for clues. TFRHHHII BHA22


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PRINCE OF REBELS (IRE) (-)

Br B c Estidhkaar (IRE) - Cute (Diktat) O Mr Michael Blencowe B Thomas Foy

9-0

(4)

Oisin Murphy J Andrew Balding, Kingsclere T Moretons Investments Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW Foaled April 3. €8,000 yearling, resold £40,000 yearling, Estidhkaar half-brother to several winners, including smart winner up to 1m Pogo. Yard landed this race 12 months ago. Hooded. TFRHHHII BHA-

10 SOLANNA (GB) (21) 4

9-0

(14)

John Egan J Br Ch c Helmet (AUS) - Night Lily (IRE) (Night Shift (USA)) John Butler, Newmarket T O Mr K. Snell B Mr K. Snell

TIMEFORM VIEW Helmet colt who was sent off at 40/1 and didn’t offer much short-term promise when last of 4 on debut in a 6f novice here last month, running green and lugging left. Can only be watched. TFRHIIII BHA-

11 STORMY OCEAN (GB) (15) 3

9-0

(8)

TIMEFORM VIEW Makes plenty of appeal on paper and another who shaped well amidst greenness when beaten just over 3 lengths in third in Leicester minor event (7f) 2 weeks ago. Sure to progress. TFRHHHII BHA-

12 SWEEPING (GB) (20) 24

9-0

(2)

Hollie Doyle J Br B c Siyouni (FR) - Sweeping Up (Sea The Stars (IRE)) Archie Watson, Upper Lambourn T O Ben & Sir Martyn Arbib B Arbib Bloodstock Partnership

TIMEFORM VIEW Plenty of promise to derive from his 2 starts to date, confirming debut promise when fourth in the Chesham at Royal Ascot (7f) last month. That ought not to prove his limit and big player here. TFRHHHHH BHA-

13 TUSCAN (IRE) (-)

9-0

(9)

P. J. McDonald J Br B c Churchill (IRE) - Orcia (IRE) (Shamardal (USA)) Charles Hills, Lambourn T O John and Jess Dance Vertem Asset Management S B Kildaragh Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Foaled March 10. 135,000 gns 2-y-o, Churchill colt. Dam, winner up to 9f (2-y-o 7f winner), half-sister to winner up to 1 1/2m (stayed 1 3/4m) Distant Memories. Makes appeal and the betting may guide. TFRHHHII BHA-

14 VELAZQUEZ (IRE) (-)

9-0

(1)

Robert Havlin J Br B c Caravaggio (USA) - Pandora (IRE) (Galileo (IRE)) John & Thady Gosden, Newmarket T O Sir Robert Ogden and Mrs John Magnier Ogden Safety Systems Ltd, Ashford Stud S B Sir Robert Ogden

TIMEFORM VIEW Foaled January 23. Caravaggio colt. Dam, 10.3f/10.4f winner, sister to useful 1m winner (stayed 13f) Isabella. Something of a mix on pedigree but represents powerful connections. Market check advised. TFRHHHII BHADECLARED RUNNERS 14 2020: YOUTH SPIRIT (IRE) 2 9 0 Oisin Murphy 9-2 (Andrew Balding) 9 ran Hood worn first time by No. 9. Hood worn by No. 7. Stewards Note: NOBLE TRUTH: Following its run on 19/6/2021 it was reported that the horse ran too free in the early stages. Probable S.P’s: 7-2 Sweeping (GB), 11-2 Noble Truth (FR), 8-1 Altraif (GB), Stormy Ocean (GB), 12-1 Velazquez (IRE), 14-1 Baikal (GB), 16-1 Al Baahy (GB), 18-1 Ehraz (GB), Positive Impact (IRE), 22-1 Tuscan (IRE), 25-1 At Liberty (IRE), 28-1 Prince of Rebels (IRE), 33-1 Alphonse Le Grande (IRE), 200-1 Solanna (GB)

PLAY SMARTER

SWEEPING has shown plenty of ability, building on his Leicester debut second when a fine fourth in the Chesham at Royal Ascot last month. There’s more to come from Archie Watson’s colt and he can put that experience to good use and come out on top. This is a strong-looking maiden though, with Noble Truth and Altraif heading the dangers. Ehraz is also a newcomer to note.

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.SWEEPING 2.NOBLE TRUTH (FR) 3.ALTRAIF

RACE RESULT

RACE TIME

DISTANCE

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3RD

2ND

4TH

MEDIAN & RECORD TIME

Raceform Median Time: 1 min, 25.70 secs Record Time: 1 min, 23.33 secs - Birchwood 11th July 2015, Good to Firm

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Frankie Dettori J Br B c Frankel - As Good As Gold (IRE) (Oasis Dream) Charlie Appleby, Newmarket T O Godolphin Emirates Fly Better S B Newsells Park Stud & Partners


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SECOND RACE 1.50 THE 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)

FORM ANALYSIS - A CLOSER LOOK

| FACTS | FANCIES | FORM | STATS | Leading course trainer (16-21): J & T Gosden (56 wins from 248 runners, 23%) runs HIGHLAND ROCKER and PETER THE GREAT Trainer-in-form (last 14 days): M Johnston (10 wins from 99 runners, 10%) runs HEADINGLEY and KING FRANKEL Fancy That: M Johnston won this race in 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2018 and 2020. The stable runs HEADINGLEY and KING FRANKEL today. Longest Travellers: KING FRANKEL & HEADINGLEY 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

Draw

FOXES TALES (IRE) (20) 2-151 D

9-7

(1)

Silvestre De Sousa J Br B c Zoffany (IRE) - Starfish (IRE) (Galileo (IRE)) Andrew Balding, Kingsclere T O King Power Racing Co Ltd King Power International Co Ltd S B Manister House Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Has improved with each run and was most impressive when landing a handicap at Royal Ascot 20 days ago, asserting despite hanging left in the closing stages. Big player despite 9-lb rise. TFRHHHHI BHA102

2

INIGO JONES (GB) (69) 02-13 D

9-1

(6)

Ryan Moore J Br B c New Approach (IRE) - Spacious (Nayef (USA)) Sir Michael Stoute, Newmarket T O Cheveley Park Stud Cheveley Park Stud S B Cheveley Park Stud Limited

TIMEFORM VIEW Useful colt getting better by the run, opening his account at Chester in April, then acquitting himself well when third of 4 upped to listed company at Newmarket a couple of months ago. Considered. TFRHHHII BHA96

3

LORD PROTECTOR (GER) (16) 1-113 D BF

8-13

(8)

Rossa Ryan J Br B g Pastorius (GER) - Lady Jacamira (GER) (Lord of England (GER)) Ralph Beckett, Kimpton Down T O Quantum Leap Racing X & Partner R M Beckett Ltd S B Gestut Karlshof

TIMEFORM VIEW Progressive sort who landed his first three starts, seeing off another improver at Salisbury on penultimate outing. Seemingly stretched by 12f there last time, so still of interest over this far. TFRHHHII BHA94

4 DUBAI HONOUR (IRE) (22) 4214-4

8-12

(5)

James Doyle J Br B g Pride of Dubai (AUS) - Mondelice (Montjeu (IRE)) William Haggas, Newmarket T O Mr Mohamed Obaida B Macha Bloodstock/Meridian International

TIMEFORM VIEW Well-bred colt who landed novice at Haydock last September, and has shaped well both outings this term, first home on far side (fourth overall) in the Britannia last time. One to note up in trip. TFRHHHHI BHA93

5

PETER THE GREAT (GB) (21) 121 CD

8-11

(3)

Frankie Dettori J Br B c New Approach (IRE) - Palitana (USA) (Giant’s Causeway (USA)) John & Thady Gosden, Newmarket T O Mr A. E. Oppenheimer Tote S B Hascombe & Valiant Stud Ltd

TIMEFORM VIEW Well-bred colt who made it 2 from 3 when comfortably landing a novice at this track 3 weeks ago, easily asserting after travelling well. Mark of 92 probably underestimates him. TFRHHHHH BHA92

6

KING FRANKEL (IRE) (20) 2-21224 D BF

8-10

(7)

Ben Curtis J Br B c Frankel - You’ll Be Mine (USA) (Kingmambo (USA)) Mark Johnston, Middleham T O Mr Mohamed Obaida Johnston Racing Ltd S B Premier Bloodstock

TIMEFORM VIEW Small-field maiden win at Pontefract backed up by the clock and has held his form since, fourth to Foxes Tales in handicap at Royal Ascot last time. Others look better treated, though. TFRHHHII BHA91

7

HIGHLAND ROCKER (FR) (55) 3-210

8-10

(9)

Robert Havlin J Br Gr c Gleneagles (IRE) - Cay Dancer (Danehill Dancer (IRE)) John & Thady Gosden, Newmarket T O Roy Van Gelder & N Wrigley Josh Van Gelder Ltd S B Barnett Ltd

TIMEFORM VIEW Looked a useful prospect when off the mark at the third attempt in 4-runner novice at Ripon in April. Probably unsuited by softer ground at Newbury on handicap debut, so remains with potential. TFRHHHII BHA91

8

TOO FRIENDLY (GB) (22) 3-2160 D

8-7

(10)

Callum Shepherd J Br B c Camelot - Chatline (IRE) (One Cool Cat (USA)) George Scott, Newmarket T O The Gredley Family Unex Group S B Stetchworth & Middle Park Studs Ltd

TIMEFORM VIEW Looked useful prospect when seeing off some promising sorts in Doncaster maiden in March. Difficult assignments subsequently and found his stamina stretched in valuable handicap at Ascot last time. TFRHHIII BHA88 26


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KING OF CLUBS (GB) (27) 5-5212 BF

8-5

(2)

Oisin Murphy J Br B c Intello (GER) - Queen Arabella (Medicean) Hughie Morrison, East Ilsley T O Castle Down Racing Bridgend Hotel, Meon Valley Stud S B Meon Valley Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Well on top at the finish when opening his account in a maiden at Nottingham in May. That form is strong and he posted a good effort when second at Sandown since, so he warrants plenty of respect. TFRHHHHI BHA86

10 HEADINGLEY (IRE) (5) 1-12035

8-4

(4)

Joe Fanning J Br B c Dawn Approach (IRE) - Gold Bubbles (USA) (Street Cry (IRE)) Mark Johnston, Middleham T O Gallop Racing Johnston Racing Ltd S B Tullpark Ltd

TIMEFORM VIEW Latest win at Redcar in April. In-and-out form since though, and hard to make a solid case for having failed to beat a rival at Ayr 5 days ago. Cheekpieces fitted, now. TFRHHIII BHA85 DECLARED RUNNERS 10 2020: ZABEEL CHAMPION 3 8 5 P J McDonald 8-1 (Mark Johnston) 11 ran Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn first time by No. 10. Tongue Strap worn by No. 4. Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn by No. 8. Stewards Note: HIGHLAND ROCKER: Following its run on 15/5/2021 it was reported that the horse was unsuited by the going. Probable S.P’s: 7-2 Peter The Great (GB), 4-1 Dubai Honour (IRE), 6-1 King of Clubs (GB), 7-1 Foxes Tales (IRE), 10-1 Inigo Jones (GB), King Frankel (IRE), 11-1 Lord Protector (GER), 22-1 Highland Rocker (FR), 33-1 Headingley (IRE), 50-1 Too Friendly (GB)

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.PETER THE GREAT 2.DUBAI HONOUR (IRE) 3.KING OF CLUBS

RACE RESULT

RACE TIME

DISTANCE

1ST

3RD

2ND

4TH

MEDIAN & RECORD TIME

Raceform Median Time: 1 min, 40.00 secs Record Time: 1 min, 37.47 secs - Whippers Love 28th August 2009, Good

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Second Race

PLAY SMARTER

PETER THE GREAT is likely to develop into a Group performer, so he’s well worth a chance to defy an opening mark of 92 having easily landed a novice over C&D last time. Dubai Honour, who shaped particularly well in the Britannia at Royal Ascot last time, is another one to note, while King of Clubs is yet to reach his limit.


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WINNER

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DANDALLA TRAINER:KARL BURKE JOCKEY: BEN CURTIS OWNER: NICK BRADLEY RACING 28 & E BURKE

FIRST RAN IN

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GROUP 2 RUN OVER SIX FURLONGS

1207 METRES

TOTAL PRIZE FUND OF

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£51,039 TO THE WINNER

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HONOUR YEAR HORSE TRAINER 2020 DANDALLA Karl Burke 2019 RAFFLE PRIZE Mark Johnson 2018 PRETTY POLLYANNA Michael Bell 2017 CLEMMIE Aidan O’Brien 2016 ROLY POLY Aidan O’Brien 2015 ILLUMINATE Richard Hannon 2014 ARABIAN QUEEN David Elsworth 2013 LUCKY KRISTALE George Margarson 2012 SENDMYLOVETOROSE Andy Oliver

JOCKEY Ben Curtis Frankie Dettori Silvestre De Sousa Ryan Moore Ryan Moore Richard Hughes Ryan Moore Tom Queally Colm O’Donoghue

DANDALLA looked bright on debut when winning her maiden by two lengths at Newcastle. She handled the step-up into Group company excellently when bolting home to win the Group 3 Albany Stakes at Royal Ascot. Nick Bradley had the first two home in last year’s renewal of this race, however, Karl Burke’s filly stayed on gamely to land the even-money odds by just a head over Fev Rover. Despite completing her hat-trick as a juvenile, she is winless since, albeit finishing fourth in this season’s Commonwealth Cup.

The unbeaten SANDRINE looks to have a brilliant chance of follwing up her listed success last time out.

9⁄10 8⁄10 7⁄10 WON OVER SIX FURLONGS

RACED AT ROYAL ASCOT

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THIRD RACE 2.25 THE DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE STAKES (SPONSORED BY bet365) (CLASS 1) (Group 2) for two yrs old fillies 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): M Johnston (52 wins from 237 runners, 22%) runs ELLADE Trainer-in-form (last 14 days): R Fahey (11 wins from 73 runners, 15%) runs SHOULDAVBEENMORE Longest Traveller: ELLADE trained by M Johnston, Middleham, 200 miles.

J Jockey

T Trainer O Owner B Breeder S Sponsor Br Breeding

colours no

1

horse

st-lb

Draw

DESERT DREAMER (GB) (13) 1102 D

9-0

(3)

Oisin Murphy J Br B f Oasis Dream - Pure Innocence (IRE) (Montjeu (IRE)) Stuart Williams, Newmarket T O Mr J W Parry and Mrs C Shekells B Branton Court Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Improving sort who won a maiden/novice at Newmarket on her first couple of starts. Back on track after Royal Ascot flop when runner-up in listed event over C&D 13 days ago. Others make more appeal. TFRHHHII BHA91

2

ELLADE (GB) (13) 1412 D

Br B f Showcasing - Entree (Halling (USA)) O Mr Ali Abdulla Saeed B Juddmonte Farms Ltd

9-0

(9)

James Doyle J Mark Johnston, Middleham T Johnston Racing Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW Knew the job when making a winning debut at Lingfield in May and took her form up a notch when scoring back there a month later. Ran her best race when runner-up at Windsor last time but others preferred. TFRHHIII BHA82

3

FLOTUS (IRE) (21) 10 D BF

9-0

(5)

Frankie Dettori J Br B f Starspangledbanner (AUS) - Floriade (IRE) (Invincible Spirit (IRE)) Simon & Ed Crisford, Newmarket T O J-E Dubois, B Kwok, E Babington et al Gainsborough Thoroughbreds Limited S B Newtown Stud and T. J. Pabst

TIMEFORM VIEW Well backed and made a taking winning debut in 6f maiden at Goodwood in May. Shaped much better than distance beaten suggested in the Albany at Royal Ascot last time so is worth another chance. TFRHHHII BHA93

4 HELLO YOU (IRE) (21) 12 D

Br B f Invincible Spirit (IRE) - Lucrece (Pivotal) O Amo Racing Limited B Serge Boucheron

9-0

(8)

Rossa Ryan J Ralph Beckett, Kimpton Down T Sports Invest UK Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW €350,000 Invincible Spirit filly who created an excellent impression when scoring by a wide-margin on debut at Wolverhampton. Built on that promise when runner-up in the Albany so she’s shortlisted. TFRHHHHI BHA101

5

HONEY SWEET (IRE) (13) 10

Br B f Adaay (IRE) - Sweet Sienna (Harbour Watch (IRE)) O Nick Bradley Racing 14 & Mrs E Burke B Mrs Jean Brennan

9-0

(2)

P. J. McDonald J K. R. Burke, Leyburn T Tordoff & Son Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW Did the job well when seeing off subsequent winner Night Candle and 6 others on debut at Nottingham (5f). Matched that form when seventh in listed event over C&D last time but this is much tougher. TFRHHIII BHA82

6

OSCULA (IRE) (21) 3113 D

9-0

(1)

Mark Crehan J Br B f Galileo Gold - Bisous Y Besos (IRE) (Big Bad Bob (IRE)) George Boughey, Newmarket T O Nick Bradley Racing 20 Backforprofit S B Mr Padraig Williams

TIMEFORM VIEW Headed close home on debut and put that experience to good use when making all at Brighton. Progressed again to follow up in the Woodcote Stakes at Epsom and not beaten far in the Albany. Respected. TFRHHHII BHA100

7

SADMAH (GB) (30) 1 D

Br B f Frankel - Mossfun (AUS) (Mossman (AUS)) O Emirates Park PTY Ltd B Emirates Park PTY Ltd

9-0

(4)

Ryan Moore J Kevin Ryan, Hambleton T

TIMEFORM VIEW Frankel filly who overcame inexperience to make a winning debut at Haydock last month, outpaced halfway but staying on to lead late when her stamina kicked in. Big step up in grade but should improve. TFRHHHII BHA-

8

SANDRINE (GB) (21) 11 D

9-0

(7)

David Probert J Br B f Bobby’s Kitten (USA) - Seychelloise (Pivotal) Andrew Balding, Kingsclere T O Miss K. Rausing B Miss K. Rausing

TIMEFORM VIEW Bobby’s Kitten filly who proved professional to make a winning start in 6f novice at Kempton. Took form up a notch when scoring in the Albany last time and she’s sure to progress further. One to beat. TFRHHHHH BHA105 32


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SHOULDAVBEENMORE (FR) (13) 24 9-0 (6) (USA)) Br B f Penny’s Picnic (IRE) - Marie d’O (FR) (Librettist J R E Richard Fahey, Malton T O Nick Bradley Racing 40 & Partner NN U R Backforprofit S B S.C.E.A. Ecurie Vaporetto Et alNOwhen just touched off first-time-out at Pontefract (6f) in June. Improved TIMEFORM VIEW Got the hang of thingsN late on that effort when fourth in listed event over C&D last time but needs another step forward here. TFRHHIII BHA-

DECLARED RUNNERS 9

2020: DANDALLA (IRE) 2 9 0 Ben Curtis EVENS (K R Burke) 7 ran

Stewards Note: DESERT DREAMER: Following its run on 26/6/2021 it was reported that the horse was denied a clear run. Probable S.P’s: 11-8 Sandrine (GB), 7-2 Hello You (IRE), 6-1 Oscula (IRE), 11-1 Flotus (IRE), 16-1 Desert Dreamer (GB), 20-1 Sadmah (GB), 50-1 Ellade (GB), 66-1 Honey Sweet (IRE)

PLAY SMARTER

This looks to revolve around SANDRINE, who proved professional to make a winning start at Kempton in May and took her form up a notch when landing the Albany Stakes at Royal Ascot 3 weeks ago. With further improvement on the cards, she should be tough to beat. Hello You and Oscula chased Andrew Balding’s filly home that day and they rate as the main dangers once again.

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.SANDRINE 2.HELLO YOU (IRE) 3.OSCULA (IRE)

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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1m 6f

FOURTH RACE 3.00 THE bet365 TROPHY (CLASS 2) (Heritage Handicap)

for four yrs old and upwards 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 4lb 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): C Appleby (61 wins from 227 runners, 27%) runs GLOBAL STORM Trainer-in-form (last 14 days): J & T Gosden (10 wins from 31 runners, 32%) runs AMTIYAZ Fancy That: M Johnston won this race in 2019 and 2020. The stable runs HOCHFELD, THEMAXWECAN and WATERSMEET today. Longest Traveller: RAJINSKY trained by T Dascombe, Malpas, 207 miles.

J Jockey

T Trainer O Owner B Breeder S Sponsor Br Breeding

colours no

1

horse

VOLCANIC SKY (GB) (24) 5-62100 D

Br B g Street Cry (IRE) - Short Skirt (Diktat) O Godolphin B Godolphin

age

st-lb

Draw

6

9-10

(8)

Marco Ghiani J Saeed bin Suroor, Newmarket T Emirates Fly Better S

TIMEFORM VIEW Group 3 winner over 14f in Dubai earlier in the year but shaped as if amiss both starts since and looks poorly handicapped, even if back to his best. TFRHIIII BHA104

2

FAYLAQ (GB) (39) 4/66-326 C

5

9-10

(3)

Jim Crowley J Br B g Dubawi (IRE) - Danedream (GER) (Lomitas) William Haggas, Newmarket T O Shadwell Estate Company Ltd B Teruya Yoshida

TIMEFORM VIEW Upwardly-mobile 3-y-o handicapper in 2019. Lightly raced since but smart effort when second at Ripon in cheekpieces and backed that up when sixth at Redcar. Mark remains high enough, though. TFRHHHII BHA104

3

HOCHFELD (IRE) (13) 123502 CD

7

9-7

(1)

Ben Curtis J Br B g Cape Cross (IRE) - What A Charm (IRE) (Key of Luck (USA)) Mark Johnston, Middleham T O Kingsley Park 23 - Ready To Run Johnston Racing Ltd S B Kenilworth House Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Scored at Nottingham and unlucky not to finish closer when third in Chester Cup. Kept busy since and ran a cracker when runner-up in Northumberland Plate at Newcastle 2 weeks ago. TFRHHHHI BHA101

4 THEMAXWECAN (IRE) (13) 52-1300 D

5

9-6

(11)

Silvestre De Sousa J Br B g Maxios - Psychometry (FR) (Danehill Dancer (IRE)) Mark Johnston, Middleham T O Mr Douglas Livingston Johnston Racing Ltd S B Niarchos Family

TIMEFORM VIEW As good as ever when landing valuable prize at Musselburgh (1 3/4m) on return but down the field all 3 starts since. TFRHHIII BHA100

5

THRONE HALL (GB) (24) 12-1230

Br B g Kingman - Appearance (Galileo (IRE)) O Sheikh Mohammed Obaid Al Maktoum B Sheikh Mohammed Obaid Al Maktoum

4

9-6

(13)

Andrea Atzeni J Kevin Ryan, Hambleton T

TIMEFORM VIEW Low-mileage 4-y-o who returned with Doncaster win and better form when placed next 2 starts, including third in 1m4f handicap at York. Not seen to best effect at Royal Ascot since. TFRHHHII BHA100

6

GLOBAL STORM (IRE) (24) 36-0213 D

4

9-6

(12)

James Doyle J Br Ch g Night of Thunder (IRE) - Travel (USA) (Street Cry (IRE)) Charlie Appleby, Newmarket T O Godolphin Emirates Fly Better S B Grenane House Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Progressive sort who came from off the pace to win 1m6f handicap on the Rowley Course before good length third of 15 to Amtiyaz in handicap at Royal Ascot. High on shortlist. TFRHHHHI BHA100

7

AMTIYAZ (GB) (24) 13-2161 D

4

9-5

(2)

Hollie Doyle J Br B c Frankel - Rose of Miracles (Dalakhani (IRE)) John & Thady Gosden, Newmarket T O Mr Imad Alsagar Blue Diamond Stud Farm S B Saleh Al Homaizi & Imad Al Sagar

TIMEFORM VIEW Had a few of these behind when winning handicap at Royal Ascot (14.2f, good to firm) last month, holding on gamely having been well positioned. That was only his second start on turf so of interest. TFRHHHHI BHA99

8

ARTHURIAN FABLE (IRE) (24) 1240-44 D

Br Ch g Sea The Stars (IRE) - Abstain (Araafa (IRE)) O Mrs Perle O’Rourke B Mrs P. O’Rourke

4

9-3

(7)

Ryan Moore J Brian Meehan, Manton T

TIMEFORM VIEW Useful effort to open account at Sandown (under this rider) last summer and good efforts in defeat both starts this term, length fourth to Amtiyaz in at Royal Ascot latest. Can make presence felt. TFRHHHHI BHA97 36


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LOSTWITHIEL (IRE) (24) 1-1220

Br B g Camelot - Hespera (Danehill (USA)) O Al Asayl Bloodstock Ltd B Al Asayl Bloodstock Ltd

4

9-2

(6)

Mark Crehan (3) J George Boughey, Newmarket T

TIMEFORM VIEW Progressive sort who won first 2 starts at around 12f before good efforts in handicaps over 14f. Stamina stretched in the Ascot Stakes since and needs considering back at a more suitable distance. TFRHHHHI BHA96

10 HYANNA (GB) (24) 520-530 C

6

9-1

(4)

Georgia Dobie (5) J Br B m Champs Elysees - Highly Spiced (Cadeaux Genereux) Eve Johnson Houghton, Blewbury T O Mr G. C. Vibert ABM Catering Limited S B Al-Baha Bloodstock

TIMEFORM VIEW Useful mare but has been summed up by her mark this season, respectable 7 lengths ninth of 15 to Amtiyaz in handicap at Royal Ascot (14.2f, good to firm) 24 days ago. TFRHHIII BHA95

11 LIVE YOUR DREAM (IRE) (31) 231/-121

4

9-0

(15)

Oisin Murphy J Br B g Iffraaj - Dream Book (Sea The Stars (IRE)) Saeed bin Suroor, Newmarket T O Godolphin Emirates Fly Better S B Godolphin

TIMEFORM VIEW Progressive sort who has won 3 of his last 4 starts, most impressive upped in trip at Wolverhamton (16.5f) latest. Looks a smart prospect and one for the shortlist. TFRHHHHI BHA94

12 RAJINSKY (IRE) (13) 00-4123 D

Br B g Zoffany (IRE) - Pink Moon (IRE) (Namid) O Mr R. S. Matharu B Miss Elaine Marie Smith

5

8-13

(14)

P. J. McDonald J Tom Dascombe, Malpas T NAF S

TIMEFORM VIEW Arrives in great nick, scoring at Ripon before runner-up in 2m handicap at Haydock. Unlucky not to finish closer when third in the Northumberland Plate at Newcastle 2 weeks ago. TFRHHHHI BHA93

13 WATERSMEET (GB) (13) 21P5/-40 D

10

8-10

(10)

Joe Fanning J Br Gr g Dansili - Under The Rainbow (Fantastic Light (USA)) Mark Johnston, Middleham T O Mr J. Barson Johnston Racing Ltd S B Stetchworth & Middle Park Studs

TIMEFORM VIEW Useful veteran nowadays but likely to find this too competitive.

14 TORCELLO (IRE) (48) 1/20-061 C

TFRHIIII BHA90

7

8-9

(16)

TIMEFORM VIEW Back to form when taking advantage of reduced mark on the Rowley Course 7 weeks ago, albeit allowed an easy lead. 4lb higher in much more competitive event now, however. TFRHHIII BHA89

15 PRINCE ALEX (GB) (48) 1111-42 D BF

4

8-9

(9)

Rossa Ryan J Br B g Excelebration (IRE) - Interchange (IRE) (Montjeu (IRE)) Ralph Beckett, Kimpton Down T O Amo Racing Limited Sports Invest UK Ltd S B The Kathryn Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Unbeaten in 5 handicaps at up to 1 3/4m on various ground types last term. Winning run came to a halt at Salisbury on return but proved better than ever when only just failing at Goodwood. Big player. TFRHHHHH BHA89

16 EAST ASIA (IRE) (13) 221110 BF

Br B g Iffraaj - Chan Tong (BRZ) (Hampstead (URU)) O Mr Sayed Hashish B Godolphin

6

8-7

(5)

David Egan J Ian Williams, Alvechurch T Tote S

TIMEFORM VIEW Long-standing maiden in Middle East but different proposition for Ian Williams, making light of another 7lb rise to complete hat-trick at Goodwood (2m). Pulled too hard at Newcastle since. TFRHHHII BHA87 DECLARED RUNNERS 16

2020: CAPE COAST 6 8 8 Frankie Dettori 13-2 (Mark Johnston) 13 ran

Stewards Note: VOLCANIC SKY: Following its run on 15/6/2021 it was reported that the horse stopped quickly. EAST ASIA: Following its run on 26/6/2021 it was reported that the horse ran too freely. Probable S.P’s: 7-1 Amtiyaz (GB), 15-2 Global Storm (IRE), 17-2 Prince Alex (GB), 11-1 Hochfeld (IRE), Arthurian Fable (IRE), 12-1 Live Your Dream (IRE), 14-1 Throne Hall (GB), Rajinsky (IRE), East Asia (IRE), 18-1 Faylaq (GB), 22-1 Themaxwecan (IRE), Lostwithiel (IRE), 33-1 Hyanna (GB), Torcello (IRE), 50-1 Volcanic Sky (GB), Watersmeet (GB)

PLAY SMARTER

PRINCE ALEX won 5 handicaps on the bounce last season and is still on the upgrade judged on his latest run at Goodwood, just failing to peg back a subsequent winner and pulling clear of the rest. He looks on a fair mark on that evidence and gets the vote over progressive Godolphin-pair Live Your Dream and Global Storm in what is a highly-competitive handicap.

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.PRINCE ALEX 2.LIVE YOUR DREAM (IRE) 3.GLOBAL STORM (IRE)

RACE RESULT

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3RD

2ND

4TH 37

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Kieran Shoemark J Br Ch g Born To Sea (IRE) - Islandagore (IRE) (Indian Ridge) Shaun Lycett, Witney T O Mr Dan Gilbert Tote S B Rathasker Stud


MEDIAN & RECORD TIME

Raceform Median Time: 2 mins, 57.70 secs Record Time: 2 mins, 53.53 secs - King’s Advice 12th July 2019, Good to Firm

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LAST YEAR’S

WINNER

TATTERSALLS FALMOUTH STAKES

NAZEEF TRAINER: JOHN GOSDEN JOCKEY: JIM CROWLEY OWNER: HAMDAN AL MAKTOUM

FIRST RAN IN

1911

FOR THREE-YEAR-OLD AND UPWARDS FILLIES AND MARES

GROUP 1 RUN OVER ONE MILE

1609 METRES

TOTAL PRIZE FUND OF

£215,500

£122,210 TO THE WINNER

ROLL OF

HONOUR YEAR HORSE 2020 NAZEEF 2019 VERACIOUS 2018 ALPHA CENTAURI 2017 ROLY POLY 2016 ALICE SPRINGS 2015 AMAZING MARIA 2014 INTEGRAL 2013 ELUSIVE KATE 2012 GIOFRA

TRAINER John Gosden Sir Michael Stoute Jessica Harrington Aidan O’Brien Aidan O’Brien David O’Meara Sir Michael Stoute John Gosden AlaindeRoyer-Dupre

JOCKEY Jim Crowley Oisin Murphy Colm O’Donoghue Ryan Moore Ryan Moore James Doyle Ryan Moore William Buick ChristopheSoumillion

Although not what the market predicted, NAZEEF took the step up in grade in her stride in a thrilling duel with Billesdon Brook and strong favourite Terebellum in last year’s renewal of this prestigious Group 1. From the starting stalls, Jim Crowley started steadily and this well-bred filly travelled sweetly through the early stages before making his move two furlongs out. She then lead moving into the final furlong and stayed on well in the famous blue and white silks to land this race by just a neck at 9/2. Prior to this fillies victory 12 months ago, she won her 5 previous races, including a victory in the Duke Of Cambride Stakes at Ascot.

Aidan O’Brien declares only the 1000 Guineas winner MOTHER EARTH

3⁄6 8⁄10 2⁄10 AGED THREE

RACED AT ROYAL ASCOT LAST TIME OUT

WON A GROUP 1 PREVIOUSLY


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Andrew Balding has clearly got this filly in good nick after she landed the Group 1 Coronation Stakes at Royal Ascot. Prior to this, she was seen landing the Fred Darling Stakes by a head and she seems to have the best form on offer.

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LADY BOWTHORPE

SNOW LANTERN

Fairly lightly raced for a 3-year-old with just the 4 runs, this unexposed-type looks promising for the Richard Hannon stable. Her only win has come in a Newbury maiden, but her run last time out promises more to come.

Defeated by Indie Angel last time out in the Group 2 Duke Of Cambridge Stakes at Royal Ascot, she was only beaten a length and a half behind Palace Pier in the Lockinge. With that form on offer, this mare is worth another chance.

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LEADING JOCKEY LESTER PIGGOTT

7 WINS

TRAINER TO WATCH

AIDAN O’BRIEN


THE TATTERSALLS FALMOUTH STAKES

T h e Ta t t e r s a l l s F a l m o u t h S t a k e s d a t e s b a c k t o 1 9 1 1 a n d c o m m e m o r a t e s the 6th Viscount Falmouth, an outstanding owner-breeder who was re s p o n s i b l e fo r 1 6 Cl a s s i c wi n n e r s i n t h e 1 9 t h Ce ntu r y. O rig i n a lly exclusively for three year old fillies, the race became open to o l d e r f i l l i e s a n d m a r e s f r o m 1 9 74 o n w a r d s . I t w a s m a d e a G r o u p Three in

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During the period when confined to three year olds only, Happy Laughter (1953) and Waterloo (1972) both followed up on earlier success in the 1000 Guineas but the contest undoubtedly had improved status when the age restriction was lifted. Notable winners since the race became open to all ages in 1974 include Al Bahathri (1985), one of the early leading lights for the late Hamdan Al Maktoum. Also successful in the Irish 1000 Guineas and Coronation Stakes at Royal Ascot, Hamdan Al Maktoum named the all-weather gallop Newmarket in her honour. Sonic Lady followed in Al Bahathri’s footsteps by taking the Irish 1000 Guineas and Coronation Stakes on her way to Falmouth Stakes success in 1986. She returned to successfully defend her crown in 1987 and become the first dual winner. The first Group One running of the race in 2004 saw Soviet Song prevail over 1000 Guineas winner Attraction. Soviet Song won again in 2005 to become the second and most recent dual winner. Owned by the Elite


Racing Club and trained by James Fanshawe, Soviet Song attempted the hat-trick in 2006 but could only manage sixth behind shock 50-1 winner Rajeem. Goldikova (2009) is without doubt the best ever winner of the Falmouth Stakes. Trained in France by Freddy Head for owner-breeders the Wertheimer Brothers, she won a remarkable 14 races at Group One level during her career, including the Breeders’ Cup Mile on a record three occasions. She had to work hard for her success at Newmarket, with Heaven Sent staying on to get within half a length of her at the finish. Heaven Sent was trained by Sir Michael Stoute who, alongside Alec Taylor Jr, is the winning-most trainer of all-time in the Falmouth Stakes with six victories - Royal Heroine (1983), Sonic Lady (1986 & 1987), Lovers Knot (1998), Integral (2014) and Veracious (2019). Lester Piggott won the race seven times, more than any other jockey in history. Of today’s current crop of riders Ryan Moore leads the way with three victories in the race – Integral (2014), Alice Springs (2016) and Roly Poly (2017).

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FIFTH RACE 3.35 THE TATTERSALLS FALMOUTH STAKES (CLASS 1) (Group 1) (British Champions Series) for three yrs old and upwards fillies and mares x Total race value £215500

Owners Prize Money. 1st £96027, 2nd £39415, 3rd £19718, 4th £9848, 5th £4935, 6th £2457. (Penalty Value £122210.05)

FORM ANALYSIS - A CLOSER LOOK

| FACTS | FANCIES | FORM | STATS | Leading course trainer (16-21): J & T Gosden (56 wins from 248 runners, 23%) runs INDIE ANGEL Trainer-in-form (last 14 days): J P O’Brien (12 wins from 64 runners, 19%) runs PRETTY GORGEOUS Longest Travellers: MOTHER EARTH trained by A P O’Brien, CHAMPERS ELYSEES trained by J P Murtagh & PRETTY GORGEOUS trained by J P O’Brien - all Ireland.

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T Trainer O Owner B Breeder S Sponsor Br Breeding

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horse

CHAMPERS ELYSEES (IRE) (23) 114-444 D

age

st-lb

Draw

4

9-7

(10)

Br B f Elzaam (AUS) - La Cuvee (Mark of Esteem (IRE)) O Mr Teruya Yoshida B Mr Karl Bowen

Ben Coen J J. P. Murtagh, Ireland T

2

4

TIMEFORM VIEW Progressed rapidly in 2020, completing 4-timer in Group 1 Matron at Leopardstown. Best run this term when well placed and fourth behind Indie Angel in the Duke of Cambridge last month. More needed. TFRHHHII BHA113

INDIE ANGEL (IRE) (23) 001-541 C D

9-7

(4)

Frankie Dettori J Br Gr f Dark Angel (IRE) - Indigo Lady (Sir Percy) John & Thady Gosden, Newmarket T O Cheveley Park Stud Cheveley Park Stud S B Ringfort Stud & P. Hancock

TIMEFORM VIEW Turned around the Dahlia form with a few of these when landing the Duke of Cambridge under a shrewd Dettori ride last month. Meets those 5-y-os on equal terms as well as some smart 3-y-os now. TFRHHHII BHA114

3

LADY BOWTHORPE (GB) (23) 166-122 D

5

9-7

(7)

Kieran Shoemark J Br B m Nathaniel (IRE) - Maglietta Fina (IRE) (Verglas (IRE)) William Jarvis, Newmarket T O Ms E. L. Banks GB Helicopters S B Scuderia Archi Romani

TIMEFORM VIEW Beat several of these when coming out on top in the Dahlia on return before an excellent run behind Palace Pier in the Lockinge. Split Indie Angel and Queen Power at Royal Ascot and respected again. TFRHHHII BHA117

4 LAVENDER’S BLUE (IRE) (23) 302-135 D

5

9-7

(1)

Jim Crowley J Br B m Sea The Stars (IRE) - Beatrice Aurore (IRE) (Danehill Dancer (IRE)) Amanda Perrett, Pulborough T O Mr Benny Andersson B Chess Racing

TIMEFORM VIEW Successful return in listed contest at Kempton before a good run behind Lady Bowthorpe and Queen Power in the Dahlia. Not seen to best effect in cheekpieces in the Duke of Cambridge but more required. TFRHHIII BHA106

5

QUEEN POWER (IRE) (23) 343-213 C BF

5

9-7

(5)

Silvestre De Sousa J Br Ch m Shamardal (USA) - Princess Serena (USA) (Unbridled’s Song (USA)) Sir Michael Stoute, Newmarket T O King Power Racing Co Ltd King Power International Co Ltd S B Roundhill Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Pushed Lady Bowthorpe close in the Dahlia on her return before proving better than ever when landing the Middleton at York, storming clear. Looked tricky again in the Duke of Cambridge though. TFRHHHII BHA113

6

ALCOHOL FREE (IRE) (21) 121-151 D

3

8-12

(9)

Oisin Murphy J Br B f No Nay Never (USA) - Plying (USA) (Hard Spun (USA)) Andrew Balding, Kingsclere T O Mr J. C. Smith B Churchtown House Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Cheveley Park winner who has improved further this year with victories in the Fred Darling and Coronation, getting first run but coming clear of Snow Lantern and Mother Earth at Ascot. Obvious claims. TFRHHHHI BHA115

7

ILLYKATO (GB) (16) 456-010 D

3

8-12

(3)

Ben Curtis J Br B f Toronado (IRE) - Key Light (IRE) (Acclamation) Mick Channon, West Ilsley T O Mr C. R. Hirst Tote S B P. de Warren Johnson & Northmore Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Useful filly who won a listed contest at Goodwood in May but was easy to back and well beaten 8 weeks on at Carlisle. Impossible to fancy at this level. TFRHIIII BHA102

8

JUST BEAUTIFUL (GB) (34) 11-11

Br Br f Pride of Dubai (AUS) - Astrelle (IRE) (Makfi) O Gary White & The Giggle Factor B Essafinaat UK Ltd

3

8-12

(6)

Joey Haynes J Ivan Furtado, Newark T

TIMEFORM VIEW Unbeaten filly who scored on turf debut in listed event at Musselburgh last month, keeping on well. This extra distance should suit but she’ s facing a whole different calibre of opposition here. TFRHHIII BHA102 46


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MOTHER EARTH (IRE) (21) 032-123 D

3

8-12

(8)

Ryan Moore J Br B f Zoffany (IRE) - Many Colours (Green Desert (USA)) Aidan O’Brien, Ireland T O Mr D. Smith, Mrs J. Magnier, Mr M. Tabor B Grenane House Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Enjoying a fine year, winning the 1000 Guineas from Saffron Beach then placed in the French equivalent and Coronation, Alcohol Free having flown by the time she hit full stride at Ascot. Big player. TFRHHHHI BHA111

10 PRETTY GORGEOUS (FR) (21) 2121-05 D BF

3

8-12

(11)

Shane Crosse J Br B f Lawman (FR) - Lady Gorgeous (Compton Place) Joseph Patrick O’Brien, Ireland T O Mr John C. Oxley B E.A.R.L. Ecurie Haras Du Cadran et al

TIMEFORM VIEW Impressive as a 2-y-o, signing off with a comfortable success in the Fillies’ Mile. Plenty to find on her 2 runs this term though, fading behind Alcohol Free and co in the Coronation at Royal Ascot. TFRHHHII BHA109

11 PRIMO BACIO (IRE) (56) 0521-41 D

3

8-12

(12)

Andrea Atzeni J Br B f Awtaad (IRE) - Suvenna (IRE) (Arcano (IRE)) Ed Walker, Upper Lambourn T O David Ward ABM Catering Facilities Management S B Kildaragh Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Highly progressive filly who quickened up in most impressive fashion to land 1m listed event at York at the Dante meeting, with odds-on Snow Lantern too free back in third. Could have more to offer. TFRHHHII BHA107

12 SAFFRON BEACH (IRE) (35) 11-220

3

8-12

(2)

David Egan J Br Ch f New Bay - Falling Petals (IRE) (Raven’s Pass (USA)) Jane Chapple-Hyam, Newmarket T O Mrs B. V. Sangster, J Wigan & O Sangster B China Horse Club International Ltd

TIMEFORM VIEW Suffered her first blip in the Oaks, perhaps not staying in the mud but worked up in any case. Everything before that is very good, including a length defeat behind Mother Earth in the 1000 Guineas. TFRHHHII BHA109

13 SNOW LANTERN (GB) (21) 2-132 D

3

8-12

(13)

Sean Levey J Br Gr f Frankel - Sky Lantern (IRE) (Red Clubs (IRE)) Richard Hannon, Marlborough T O Rockcliffe Stud Tote S B Rockcliffe Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Newbury maiden winner on return and took a huge step forward stepped up in class when splitting Alcohol Free and Mother Earth in the Coronation, staying on strongly. There is more to come from her. TFRHHHHH BHA112 DECLARED RUNNERS 13 2020: NAZEEF 4 9 7 Jim Crowley 9-2 (John Gosden) 6 ran Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn by No. 2, 4. Stewards Note: QUEEN POWER: Following its run on 16/6/2021 it was reported that the horse lost a shoe. Probable S.P’s: 7-2 Alcohol Free (IRE), 4-1 Snow Lantern (GB), 17-2 Primo Bacio (IRE), 9-1 Lady Bowthorpe (GB), Mother Earth (IRE), 12-1 Queen Power (IRE), 14-1 Indie Angel (IRE), 18-1 Saffron Beach (IRE), 22-1 Pretty Gorgeous (FR), 33-1 Champers Elysees (IRE), 40-1 Just Beautiful (GB), 66-1 Lavender’s Blue (IRE), 300-1 Illykato (GB)

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.SNOW LANTERN 2.ALCOHOL FREE (IRE) 3.MOTHER EARTH (IRE)

RACE RESULT

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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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The Coronation form looks key with SNOW LANTERN fancied to turn the tables on Alcohol Free and take her place at the top table with victory. Richard Hannon’s filly was making just her fourth start at Royal Ascot but took a huge step forward on her previous form and looked right at home at this level in splitting a pair of Group 1 winners in Alcohol Free and Mother Earth. She has more to come.


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SIXTH RACE 4.10 THE CASH OUT AT bet365 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) Weights lowered 2lbs.

FORM ANALYSIS - A CLOSER LOOK

| FACTS | FANCIES | FORM | STATS | Leading course trainer (16-21): J & T Gosden (56 wins from 248 runners, 23%) runs EXISTENT Trainer-in-form (last 14 days): J & T Gosden (10 wins from 31 runners, 32%) runs EXISTENT Longest Traveller: SEPARATE trained by J Camacho, Malton, 166 miles.

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T Trainer O Owner B Breeder S Sponsor Br Breeding

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1

horse

JONAH JONES (IRE) (63) 5344-20 BF

age

st-lb

Draw

5

9-10

(7)

David Egan J Br B g No Nay Never (USA) - Conniption (IRE) (Danehill Dancer (IRE)) Ed Walker, Upper Lambourn T O David Ward ABM Catering Facilities Management S B Mr Frank Hutchinson

TIMEFORM VIEW Talented sprinter but frustrating with it, needing everything to fall right. Had little chance from position at Ascot in May and this is easier. TFRHHHII BHA88

2

NO NONSENSE (GB) (15) 006-202

5

9-8

(9)

Sean Levey J Br B g Acclamation - Gift of Music (IRE) (Cadeaux Genereux) David Elsworth, Newmarket T O Mr J. C. Smith B Littleton Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Dual winner over 6f at Kempton and shaped very well when runner-up over C&D a fortnight ago, finishing with running left having found trouble. Now looks very interesting. TFRHHHHH BHA86

3

DULAS (IRE) (15) 0-22104 D

4

9-7

(5)

Frankie Dettori J Br B g Raven’s Pass (USA) - Petit Calva (FR) (Desert King (IRE)) Charles Hills, Lambourn T O Julie Martin & David R. Martin & Partner Stonegate Homes S B Kildaragh Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Made all in good style in 7f Goodwood handicap in May. Missed the break and struggled at Epsom next time but quickly back on his game when fourth over C&D 15 days ago. TFRHHHII BHA85

4 LA MAQUINA (GB) (93) 6/6216-5 D

6

9-6

(2)

Oisin Murphy J Br B g Dutch Art - Miss Meltemi (IRE) (Miswaki Tern (USA)) George Baker, Chiddingfold T O George Baker and Partners - Super Six Coolhouse Vineyards Ltd S B Equine Breeding Limited

TIMEFORM VIEW Kempton winner from 4lb lower in September and shaped as though in good nick on reappearance in April, held up in a messy race (very good form). Off since but interesting under Murphy. TFRHHHII BHA84

5

INVEIGLE (GB) (14) 331-631 D

Br B g Dark Angel (IRE) - Sand Vixen (Dubawi (IRE)) O The Queen B Godolphin

3

9-5

(10)

Callum Shepherd J Michael Bell, Newmarket T

TIMEFORM VIEW Chelmsford winner over 7f in October and doubled tally back on turf at Yarmouth in ready fashion 2 weeks ago. 6lb rise very fair given manner of that success. TFRHHHII BHA91

6

SEPARATE (GB) (23) 404-360 D

4

9-5

(8)

James Doyle J Br B f Cable Bay (IRE) - Miss Moses (USA) (Gulch (USA)) Julie Camacho, Malton T O Martin Hughes & Mark Murphy Old Oak Holdings Ltd S B Guy Bloodstock Ltd

TIMEFORM VIEW Kept busy as a 2-y-o but largely disappointing during light 3-y-o campaign. Good third on Nottingham return for new yard though, and latest run suggests drop back to 7f will suit. Headgear back on. TFRHHHII BHA83

7

DANCINGINTHEWOODS (GB) (29) 04-0143 BF

Br B g Garswood - Pachanga (Inchinor) O Solario Racing (Ashridge) B M. E. Broughton

4

9-3

(3)

Hollie Doyle J Dean Ivory, Radlett T Tattersalls S

TIMEFORM VIEW Well backed and bounced back to his best to gain a first win in a handicap at Leicester in April. Respectable efforts since and he can remain competitive. TFRHHHII BHA81

8

AQUAMAN (IRE) (48) 062-142 D

Br B c Kodiac - Aqualis (Sea The Stars (IRE)) O Sheikh Mohammed Obaid Al Maktoum B Aqualis Syndicate

3

9-2

(6)

Andrea Atzeni J Roger Varian, Newmarket T

TIMEFORM VIEW Didn’t need to improve to open account in Catterick novice (7f, good) on return in April. Things didn’t really go his way on handicap debut but better than ever when runner-up at York in May. TFRHHHHI BHA88 50


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ROMAN DYNASTY (IRE) (14) 104-003

3

9-2

(4)

Harry Burns (5) J Br B c Mehmas (IRE) - Empress Ella (IRE) (Holy Roman Emperor (IRE)) Joseph Parr, Newmarket T O Trevor and Ruth Milner Tote S B Yeomanstown Lodge Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Made a winning debut at Wolverhampton (6f) last summer. Highly tried since, looking on a stiff mark in handicaps this year. Assessor is relenting, at least. TFRHHHII BHA88

10 EXISTENT (GB) (14) 3010-3 D BF

Br B c Kingman - Entity (Shamardal (USA)) O Cheveley Park Stud B Cheveley Park Stud Limited

3

9-2

(1)

Robert Havlin J John & Thady Gosden, Newmarket T Cheveley Park Stud S

TIMEFORM VIEW Easy winner of 7f Newmarket maiden before tenth of 12 in Horris Hill Stakes at Newbury (7f, heavy) on final 2-y-o run. Promising reappearance in first-time headgear at Doncaster. TFRHHHII BHA88 DECLARED RUNNERS 10 2020: MASKED IDENTITY 5 9 0 Josephine Gordon 9-1 (Shaun Keightley) 12 ran Blinkers worn first time by No. 10. Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn first time by No. 6. Tongue Strap worn by No. 4. Stewards Note: AQUAMAN: Following its run on 22/5/2021 it was reported that the horse hung left handed. Probable S.P’s: 4-1 Inveigle (GB), 11-2 Aquaman (IRE), 6-1 No Nonsense (GB), 13-2 Existent (GB), 11-1 Jonah Jones (IRE), Dulas (IRE), 12-1 La Maquina (GB), 14-1 Dancinginthewoods (GB), 20-1 Roman Dynasty (IRE), 22-1 Separate (GB)

PLAY SMARTER

Highly tried early in his career, NO NONSENSE took a big step back in the right direction when runner-up in a C&D handicap a fortnight ago and is taken to build on that promising run. This is a useful handicap, with 3-y-os Aquaman and Inveigle feared most.

TIMEFORM PREDICTION: 1.NO NONSENSE 2.AQUAMAN (IRE) 3.INVEIGLE

RACE RESULT

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Raceform Median Time: 1 min, 25.70 secs Record Time: 1 min, 21.78 secs - Light And Dark 12th July 2019, Good to Firm

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SEVENTH RACE 4.45 THE MOET & CHANDON 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): S C Williams (12 wins from 165 runners, 7%) runs EQUITATION and GELLHORN Trainer-in-form (last 14 days): R Fahey (11 wins from 73 runners, 15%) runs SHOW ME SHOW ME Weightwatcher: EQUITATION won off a handicap mark of 87, his rating is now down 6lb to 81. Longest Traveller: BEYOND EQUAL trained by W Kittow, Cullompton, 219 miles.

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T Trainer O Owner B Breeder S Sponsor Br Breeding

colours no

1

horse

BEYOND EQUAL (GB) (26) 352-241 D

Br B g Kheleyf (USA) - Samasana (IRE) (Redback) O Stuart Wood & Partner B Redgate Bloodstock Ltd

age

st-lb

Draw

6

10-0

(1)

Rossa Ryan J Stuart Kittow, Cullompton T Mainline Chauffeurs Ltd S

TIMEFORM VIEW Gained first win since the summer of 2019 in taking style at Salisbury (5f) 26 days ago. 6lb rise demands another step forward though. TFRHHHII BHA92

2

EMBOUR (IRE) (14) 0-14044 CD

6

9-12

(3)

James Sullivan J Br B g Acclamation - Carpet Lady (IRE) (Night Shift (USA)) Ruth Carr, Stillington T O Formulated Polymer Products Ltd Xre Construction Training Ltd S B Carpet Lady Partnership

TIMEFORM VIEW Returned with 6f win at Redcar and he has continued in good form, fourth of 14 at Newcastle (5f) 14 days ago. One for the shortlist. TFRHHHII BHA90

3

KING OF STARS (IRE) (86) 6-14312 D

4

9-9

(10)

Silvestre De Sousa J Br Gr g Starspangledbanner (AUS) - Glowing Star (IRE) (Clodovil (IRE)) Michael Appleby, Oakham T O Mr William Esdaile Trade Access Panels Ltd S B Churchtown House Stud & Liam Butler

TIMEFORM VIEW Third win for current yard when scoring at Bath (5f) and posted another good effort under a 5lb penalty when second at Beverley in April. Up 2lb but not dismissed after his break. TFRHHHII BHA87

4 ADDITIONAL (IRE) (48) 0030-46 BF

4

9-9

(11)

Ben Coen J Br Ch g Night of Thunder (IRE) - Aris (IRE) (Danroad (AUS)) Martyn Meade, Manton T O Canning Downs & Partner Meyer Timber Ltd S B D. Farrington And Canning Downs

TIMEFORM VIEW Fairly useful handicapper but he came in last of 6 when dropped to 5f here in May. Has a bit to prove now after his break. TFRHHIII BHA87

5

CHARLIE FELLOWES (IRE) (13) 1-25542 D

3

9-9

(4)

Mark Crehan (3) J Br B g Swiss Spirit - Filatelia (IRE) (Intikhab (USA)) George Scott, Newmarket T O Offthebridle Podcast George Scott Racing, Fitzdares S B Kildaragh Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Yet to add to his three wins last autumn but he’s knocking on the door, second of 8 in handicap at Chester (5.1f) 9 days ago. Not taken lightly in his current mood. TFRHHHII BHA92

6

YIMOU (IRE) (16) 630-333 D

Br B g Kodiac - Heroine Chic (IRE) (Big Bad Bob (IRE)) O Mr Andrew L. Cohen B Alexander Bloodstock

6

9-6

(7)

Jim Crowley J Dean Ivory, Radlett T Wood Hall Stud S

TIMEFORM VIEW Winless since last summer but he arrives in great order, third of 7 in handicap at Bath (5.7f) 16 days ago. Not ruled out. TFRHHHII BHA84

7

SAAHEQ (GB) (6) 125010 D

7

9-5

(2)

Sean Levey J Br B g Invincible Spirit (IRE) - Brevity (USA) (Street Cry (IRE)) Amanda Perrett, Pulborough T O Coombelands Racing Syndicate Amanda Perrett Racing - Coombelands Racing Stables S B Cliveden Stud Ltd

TIMEFORM VIEW Already a three-time winner this year, latest at Sandown, but he beat only one back there 6 days ago. Cheekpieces refitted now and the sort to bounce back. TFRHHHII BHA83 (-1)

8

TWILIGHT CALLS (GB) (39) 522-12 BF

Br B c Twilight Son - Zawiyah (Invincible Spirit (IRE)) O Cheveley Park Stud B James Ortega Bloodstock Ltd

3

9-4

(13)

David Probert J Henry Candy, Wantage T Cheveley Park Stud S

TIMEFORM VIEW Progressive colt who resumed with easy win in Doncaster novice before excellent second on handicap bow at Leicester (6f), taking strong hold and collared late. Has more to offer and very interesting. TFRHHHHH BHA87 56


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HAN SOLO BERGER (IRE) (25) 536300 CD

6

9-4

(16)

Ben Curtis J Br B g Lord Shanakill (USA) - Dreamaway (IRE) (Oasis Dream) Chris Wall, Newmarket T O Mrs B. Berresford B Irish National Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW C&D winner who failed to last home upped to 6f when last of 7 in handicap at Windsor 25 days ago. No forlorn hope eased 2lb now. TFRHHHII BHA82

10 OPERATIC (IRE) (15) 0110-43

3

9-4

(17)

James Doyle J Br Ch f Showcasing - Dream Dana (IRE) (Dream Ahead (USA)) Simon & Ed Crisford, Newmarket T O Highclere Tbred Racing-Fiddian-Green Highclere Thoroughbred Racing Ltd S B Mountain View Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Dual 6f novice winner last September who has returned in good form sent handicapping, third of 7 here (6f) 15 days ago. Can make her presence felt again. TFRHHHII BHA87

11 SHOW ME SHOW ME (GB) (15) 00-0401 D

4

9-3

(5)

Paddy Mathers J Br B g Showcasing - Springing Baroness (Bertolini (USA)) Richard Fahey, Malton T O Ontoawinner 8 and Partner 4 www.ontoawinner.net S B Whitsbury Manor Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Ended long losing run with victory in 5-runner handicap at Hamilton (5f) 15 days ago. Back up 5lb now but he still enters calculations. TFRHHHII BHA81

12 BENEFIT STREET (IRE) (15) 201361 CD

4

9-3

(15)

Hollie Doyle J Br B g Zebedee - Sweet’n Sassy (IRE) (Grand Lodge (USA)) Robert Cowell, Newmarket T O Mrs J. Morley Al Basti Equiworld S B Tally-Ho Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW Gained second win of 2021 here over C&D success 15 days ago, edging out Nibras Again. Up 3lb now but on the shortlist. TFRHHHII BHA81

13 EQUITATION (GB) (63) 6-62030

7

9-3

(14)

Andrea Atzeni J Br B g Equiano (FR) - Sakhee’s Song (IRE) (Sakhee (USA)) Stuart Williams, Newmarket T O Mr A Lyons & Mr T W Morley Tote S B Newsells Park Stud

TIMEFORM VIEW It’s now fifteen runs since his last win in 2019, and below-form eighth of 18 in handicap at Ascot (6f) in May. Others are preferred. TFRHHIII BHA81

14 GELLHORN (GB) (20) 660-651 C

4

9-2

(9)

Marco Ghiani J Br B f Showcasing - Lady Correspondent (USA) (War Front (USA)) Stuart Williams, Newmarket T O Mr William Slattery B Juddmonte Farms Ltd

TIMEFORM VIEW Ex-French filly who has improved with each of her three runs for current yard, scoring in 6f handicap here 20 days ago. Merits consideration despite 3lb rise. TFRHHHHI BHA80

15 NIBRAS AGAIN (GB) (15) 330022 D Br B g Kyllachy - Regina (Green Desert (USA)) O PeeDeeTee Syndicate, ta stephenson & twm B Cheveley Park Stud Limited

7

8-11

(12)

Oisin Murphy J Paul Midgley, Westow T K.Engineeringnatonwide Ltd. S

TIMEFORM VIEW Dual 5f winner in 2020 who signalled he’s ready to go in again when runner-up in 5f handicap over C&D 15 days ago. Well in the mix again. TFRHHHII BHA75

16 SECRETINTHEPARK (GB) (29) 500-416 D

11

8-10

(6)

Josephine Gordon J Br Ch g Sakhee’s Secret - Lark In The Park (IRE) (Grand Lodge (USA)) Michael Mullineaux, Tarporley T O Mia Racing Walker & Tickle Ltd S B Mia Racing

TIMEFORM VIEW Veteran handicapper scored at Doncaster in April but only sixth of 7 at Haydock (5f) 29 days ago. Needs to get back on track. TFRHHIII BHA74

17 GOOD LUCK FOX (IRE) (9) 334161 D

5

8-9

(in 5lb ex)

(8)

TIMEFORM VIEW Right back on song in 2021 for his current yard, scoring in good style at Musselburgh (5f) 9 days ago. Turned out under a 5lb penalty and well worth a second look. TFRHHHHI BHA68 (+7) DECLARED RUNNERS 17 2020: HAN SOLO BERGER (IRE) 5 8 12 George Wood 9-2 (Chris Wall) 5 ran Blinkers worn by No. 5, 16. Visor worn by No. 12. Tongue Strap worn by No. 13. Sheepskin Cheek Pieces worn by No. 3, 7, 9. Running for the first time since Gelding No. 4. Stewards Note: ADDITIONAL: Following its run on 22/5/2021 it was reported that the horse was impeded one furlong out. Probable S.P’s: 17-2 Twilight Calls (GB), 9-1 Good Luck Fox (IRE), 11-1 Beyond Equal (GB), 12-1 Operatic (IRE), 14-1 Benefit Street (IRE), Gellhorn (GB), 16-1 Additional (IRE), Charlie Fellowes (IRE), Yimou (IRE), Show Me Show Me (GB), Nibras Again (GB), 22-1 Embour (IRE), 25-1 King of Stars (IRE), Saaheq (GB), Equitation (GB), 28-1 Han Solo Berger (IRE), 33-1 Secretinthepark (GB)

PLAY SMARTER

Plenty worth considering in a cracking sprint. Henry Candy’s TWILIGHT CALLS made a promising start to life in handicaps when second at Leicester and is fancied to go one better with this big field likely to suit his free-going style. Good Luck Fox has thrived for the move to Paul Midgley so is feared most on the back of his smooth Musselburgh success with Gellhorn and Operatic also in the frame. 57

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RACE RESULT

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MEDIAN & RECORD TIME Raceform Median Time: 59.10 secs Record Time: 57.31 secs - Mountain Peak 12th July 2019, Good to Firm

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IMPORTANT NOTICES Conditions Of Entry & Abandoned Racing - Entry to the racecourse is subject to the right of the Racecourse Executive to refuse to admit and/or to expel, without prior notice, and person whose behaviour is considered to be unruly or unacceptable or is a disqualified person. - Picnics can only be enjoyed in the Garden Enclosure (when open and subject to capacity) or the car parks. BBQ’s are not permitted at the racecourse. Bringing your own food or drink into the Grandstand & Paddock or Premier Enclosures is prohibited. - When all enclosures are at full capacity there will be strictly NO transfers between enclosures. Grandstand & Paddock and Premier racegoers will not gain access into the Garden Enclosure if full capacity is reached. - Chairs are not permitted to be brought into the Premier or Grandstand & Paddock Enclosures in the interest of safety, unless arranged prior to the day on medical grounds. - For safety reasons, only assistance dogs are allowed into the racecourse enclosures on racedays. For the welfare of dogs, they should not be left unattended in vehicles in the racecourse car parks. Racecourses officials reserve the right to enter vehicles if an animal is in distress. - For more information about our terms and conditions of entry visit our website www.newmarketracecourses.co.uk - In the event of racing being abandoned, refunds on badges or tickets purchased will only be paid in the following circumstances:

Racing Only:

Abandonment before completion of the first race – a full refund will be given Abandonment before completion of the third or feature race, whichever is later – a 50% refund will be given Abandonment thereafter – no refund will be given No refunds can be issued on the day. Racegoers who purchase in advance over the phone, internet or post will be given an automatic refund. Racegoers that purchased tickets on the day need to write to: Ticket Refund Office, Newmarket Racecourses, Westfield House, The Links, Newmarket, Suffolk, CB8 0TG

Dress Code

Ladies and Gentleman are encouraged to dress up smartly in the Premier Enclosure, jeans are rarely seen in this enclosure. In Grandstand & Paddock and Garden Enclosures, the dress code is more relaxed.

Emergency Procedures

Newmarket Racecourses has put in place a number of security and safety measures to ensure your safety, comfort and enjoyment. However an incident may occur which is beyond our control and it is important that you are aware of how we intend to look after you in the event of an emergency. As part of our safety management, we have employed professionally trained and experienced stewards and you will see them at various points throughout the racecourse. In the event of a situation which requires partial or full evacuation of the stands or racecourse, announcements will be broadcast and stewards will undertake the responsibility of ushering you to a place of safety; it is essential that you follow their instructions calmly and quickly. Please take your belongings with you and proceed out of the area quickly and calmly with the guidance of the stewards. The evacuation procedures have been carefully planned to lead you to a safe area. Should it be necessary to evacuate the course, the most likely scenario is that you will be ushered onto the track itself via the emergency gates. From there you will be held in an area of safety and receive further instructions as appropriate. It may give you some peace of mind if you pre plan and agree a meeting place, just in case you become separated from your party. The above is precautionary only and we trust that the procedures will never be required. However, please remember in the event of an emergency: TAKE YOUR BELONGINGS WITH YOU. UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE STEWARDS, PROCEED QUICKLY AND CALMLY TO THE SAFE AREA. Racegoers are reminded to keep all their belongings with them at all times, and not to leave any packages unattended. Any such packages may be confiscated by the Racecourse Management.


Health And Safety Notice

The Racecourse would be grateful if you would observe all Health & Safety requirements whilst you are at Newmarket Racecourses. The emergency exits from the bars onto the grandstand steppings are painted yellow and we would request that you do not stop whilst in this area. We would also request that only those that are disabled use the disabled viewing ramp and that parents keep a close eye on all children and prevent them from climbing the running rails and getting on to the actual racecourse. We would also like to remind racegoers that the first aid room is located adjacent to the main Premier Enclosure Entrance (Rowley Mile) or Premier Entrance 2 (July Course).

Racehorse & Jockey Welfare

The welfare of the sport’s equine and human participants is paramount to British Horseracing. All racehorses competing in Britain are stabled at the premises of trainers who are licensed by The British Horseracing Authority. The standards demanded by The BHA of licensed racehorse trainers far exceed those prescribed by animal welfare legislation. The British Horseracing Authority similarly licenses every racecourse, setting high standards for the racing surface and all parts of the course used by competitors, both human and equine. BHA Officials are here to ensure that the racecourse delivers those standards. In addition Newmarket Racecourses employs two veterinary surgeons, whose sole responsibility it is to provide care to the horses throughout their time at the racecourse. In the event of an incident on the racecourse, any horse affected will receive immediate treatment from the racecourse’s veterinary team. Qualified paramedics and doctors are also on hand in the case of any incident involving a jockey.

If any incident occurs during a race it is routine practice for screens to be erected around the horse or jockey receiving treatment. This is to allow the veterinary or medical personnel to make a safe and accurate diagnosis and so that they may perform any treatment in a private and calm environment. If necessary, horses and riders will be transported from the course to receive further treatment at the nearest equine hospital or Accident & Emergency hospital.

Photography

Racegoers may take photographs for private purposes in the racecourse enclosures. Photography is not permitted in any other area without the permission of the Head of Racing. Under no circumstances may photographs taken on the racecourse be used for publication. Racegoers are reminded that flash photography is not permitted as the flash can alarm horses and may endanger horses, jockeys and public.

Newmarket Racecourses Official Photographer

The official photographer is John Hoy. To see any of his images please visit www.hoycubedphotography.com. Racegoers are reminded that many racedays are given coverage on television, radio and in print, various other forms of media and for Newmarket Racecourses commercial use. By entering the Racecourse racegoers are accepting they may appear in such coverage.

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TODAY’S RACE CONDITIONS First Race 1.15 - THE WEATHERBYS BLOODSTOCK PRO BRITISH EBF MAIDEN STAKES (CLASS 3) (GBB RACE) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £6480 to the winning horse The second to receive £3042, the third £1521 and the fourth £760. for maiden two yrs old colts and geldings only, which are E.B.F. eligible. Enter by noon, July 3rd and pay £60 stake, Declare by 10.00 a.m. July 7th. Weights: 9st each. WEATHERBYS 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 £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 £1000 towards the prize money for this race. 25 entries at £60. - Closed July 3rd, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £5120; Second £2560; Third £1280; Fourth £640. (Penalty Value £6480) SS SEE PAGE 22 FOR THIS RACE. Second Race 1.50 - THE 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 3rd and pay £265, Declare by 10.00 a.m. July 7th. Lowest weight 8st; Highest weight 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. 37 entries, 12 at £110, 25 at £375. Closed June 22nd, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £30473; Second £15240; Third £7620; Fourth £3810; Fifth £1905; Sixth £953. (Penalty Value £38655) SS SEE PAGE 26 FOR THIS RACE. Third Race 2.25 - THE DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE STAKES (SPONSORED BY bet365) (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 fillies only. Enter by noon, July 3rd and pay £900 stake, Declare by 10.00 a.m. July 7th. Weights: 9st each Penalties, a winner of a Group 1 or Group 2 race 3lb. 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. 11 entries at £900. - Closed July 3rd, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £40104; Second £16461; Third £8235; Fourth £4113; Fifth £2061; Sixth £1026. (Penalty Value £51039) A SS SEE PAGE 32 FOR THIS RACE. Fourth Race 3.00 - THE bet365 TROPHY (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 four yrs old and upwards. Enter by noon, June 22nd and pay £110 stake, Confirm by noon, July 3rd and pay £265, Declare by 10.00 a.m. July 7th. Lowest weight 8st; Highest weight not less than 9st 10lb Penalties, after June 26th, 2021, for each race won 6lb NOTE: Any horse rated above 110 shall initially be treated as having that rating and the highest weight allotted shall be 9st 10lb. Subsequently, the excess over 110 in any rating shall be allotted to that horse without limitation to the highest weight to be carried.. 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 £200 cash prize to the stable employee responsible for the best turned out horse in this race. A perpetual Challenge Trophy, kindly presented by bet365, will be held by the winning owner until June 1st, 2022. Declarations to run for this race must be made by 10.00 a.m. on Wednesday, July 7th and declarations of riders must be made by 1.00 p.m. on Wednesday, July 7th. 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. 49 entries, 21 at £110, 28 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 4lb and paragraphs 27 to 31 of the Weights and Handicapping Code complied with where applicable. SS SEE PAGE 36 FOR THIS RACE. Fifth Race 3.35 - THE TATTERSALLS FALMOUTH STAKES (CLASS 1) (Group 1) (British Champions Series) Distributed in accordance with the Stakes and Prize Money Code. £122210 to the winning horse The second to receive £46332, the third £23187, the fourth £11550, the fifth £5796 and the sixth £2909. for three yrs old and upwards fillies and mares only. Enter by noon, June 15th and pay £750 stake, Confirm by noon, July 3rd and pay £1750, Supplementary Entry by noon, July 3rd and pay £18000 stake, Declare by 10.00 a.m. July 7th. Weights: 3-y-o 8st 12lb; 4-y-o and up 9st 7lb NOTE: Horses will only be eligible to run in this race provided that they have a current BHA Handicap Rating of 80 or higher at midday of the confirmation stage. Horses which do not qualify for a rating may also be eligible providing the BHA Handicapper is satisfied that the horse’s racecourse performances up to and including the day before confirmation merit a provisional assessment of 80 or higher. Horses which have not run will not be eligible.. TATTERSALLS LTD., Bloodstock Auctioneers, have generously sponsored this race and, in addition to the prize money, will present a trophy 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. Declarations to run for this race must be made by 10.00 a.m. on Wednesday 7th July and declarations of riders must be made by 1.00 p.m. on Wednesday 7th 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. THERE WILL BE A PARADE FOR THIS RACE. Runners will be paraded in the order requested by the Managing Executive on the day. 36 entries, 19 at £750, 16 at £2500, 1 at £18000. - Closed June 15th, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £96027; Second £39415; Third £19718; Fourth £9848; Fifth £4935; Sixth £2457. (Penalty Value £122210.05) A SS SEE PAGE 46 FOR THIS RACE. Sixth Race 4.10 - THE CASH OUT AT bet365 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 71-90 (also open to such horses rated 91 and 92; such horses rated 70 and below are also eligible - see Standard Conditions). £125 stake if the horse is rated 71 or higher, or £25 stake if the horse is rated 70 or lower with £100 extra if the horse is declared to run Declare by 10.00 a.m. July 7th. Lowest weight: 4-y-o and up 8st 9lb; 3-y-o 8st 1lb Highest weight: 4-y-o and up 10st; 3-y-o 9st 6lb Penalties, after June 26th, 2021, for each race won 3yo 6lb; 4yo to 6yo 5lb; 7yo and up 4lb. BET365 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. 29 entries, 1 at £25 and 28 at £125. Closed July 3rd, 2021. Owners Prize Money. Winner £10668; Second £5333; Third £2668; Fourth £1333. (Penalty Value £13500) Weights lowered 2lb. SS SEE PAGE 50 FOR THIS RACE. Seventh Race 4.45 - THE MOET & CHANDON 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 71-90 (also open to such horses rated 91 and 92; such horses rated 70 and below are also eligible - see Standard Conditions). £125 stake if the horse is rated 71 or higher, or £25 stake if the horse is rated 70 or lower with £100 extra if the horse is declared to run Declare by 10.00 a.m. July 7th. Lowest weight: 4-y-o and up 8st 7lb; 3-y-o 8st 2lb Highest weight: 4-y-o and up 9st 12lb; 3-y-o 9st 7lb Penalties, after June 26th, 2021, for each race won 3yo 6lb; 4yo to 6yo 5lb; 7yo and up 4lb. MOET & CHANDON has generously sponsored this race and will kindly present a memento and a bottle of champagne to the winning owner. In addition, they will award a bottle of champagne to the winning trainer and jockey and a £50 cash prize to the stable employee responsible for the best turned out horse in this race. 25 entries, at £125. Closed July 3rd, 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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