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2019 Doncaster Mile Betting Preview & Tips

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Saturday 06 April 2019

$3,000,000

Group 1

The Star Doncaster Mile

Royal Randwick

 

 

1.Hartnell

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Jockey: Hugh Bowman

Trainer: James Cummings

Barrier: 7

Weight: 58.0

Odds – BetEasy Bet Boost (Claim Here): $10

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One of Australian racing’s toughest campaigners, Godolphin’s eight-year-old will be looking to add a fifth Group 1 crown to his bulging trophy cabinet. A strong second placing in the inaugural All Star Mile showed that the old boy still has what it takes to mix it with younger and perhaps more fancied rivals.

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2.Le Romain

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Jockey: James Mcdonald

Trainer: Kris Lees

Barrier: 16

Weight: 57.0

Odds – BetEasy Bet Boost (Claim Here): $26

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Another with a strong performance in the inaugural All Star Mile, Le Romain is one of Australian racing’s most versatile horses. A six-year-old from the Newcastle stable of Kris Lees, he has three Group 1 wins and more than $4 million in prize money to his name.

 

 

3.Alizee

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Jockey: Blake Shinn

Trainer: James Cummings

Barrier: 12

Weight: 56.5

Odds – BetEasy Bet Boost (Claim Here): $7.50

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Star mare from the Godolphin stable, a three-time Group 1 winner, and the form horse in the Doncaster field with three wins this preparation. These wins include the Listed Christmas Classic at Randwick, then the Group 2 Expressway Stakes at Rosehill, and finally in the Group 1 Futurity Stakes at Caulfield. Also ran third in the All Star Mile.

 

 

4.Land Of Plenty

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Jockey: Michael Rodd

Trainer: Peter & Paul Snowden

Barrier: 9

Weight: 55.0

Odds – BetEasy Bet Boost (Claim Here): $17

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Peter and Paul Snowden’s miler has done it before at the highest level, winning the Group 1 Toorak Handicap over the mile in the spring. Has gone close this prep, beaten by a length or less three times, including the Group 1 CF Orr Stakes and Group 1 Futurity Stakes.

 

 

5.Dreamforce

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Jockey: Damian Lane

Trainer: John P Thompson

Barrier: 13

Weight: 53.5

Odds – BetEasy Bet Boost (Claim Here): $26

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Multiple black type winner from John Thompson’s stable, getting just his second start at Group 1 level. Comes into the Doncaster in great form, having won the Group 3 Liverpool City Cup at Randwick before running third to Winx in the Group 1 George Ryder Stakes – the best from in Australia!

 

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6.Dixie Blossoms

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Jockey: Christian Reith

Trainer: Ron J Quinton

Barrier: 14

Weight: 53.0

Odds – BetEasy Bet Boost (Claim Here): $20

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The six-year-old mare has had a fantastic career for Ron Quinton and went to another level again last start by collecting her first Group 1 win in the Coolmore Classic at Rosehill. Has also run second at Group 2 level this prep, making her one of the form horses of a high-quality Doncaster field.

 

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7.Shillelagh

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Jockey: Craig Williams

Trainer: Chris Waller

Barrier: 3

Weight: 53.0

Odds – BetEasy Bet Boost (Claim Here): $22

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Just one of many stars in the Chris Waller mega-stable. Has won over the mile at Group 1 level in each of the last two Melbourne Cup Carnivals. These include the Cantala Stakes in 2017 and the Empire Rose Stakes in 2018. Has what it takes and knows how to get it done at the highest level. Drops back from 2000m to 1600m which Waller has done many a time to win a big Randwick mile. Terrific in Australia Cup, that form is superb. Ran the fastest last 800m/600m/400m/200m in the Group 1 Epsom carrying the exact same weight of 53kg. Goes on top at a great each way quote.

 

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8.Kluger (Japan)

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Jockey: Tommy Berry

Trainer: Tomokazu Takano

Barrier: 4

Weight: 53.0

Odds – BetEasy Bet Boost (Claim Here): $26

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Trained by Japan Cup-winning trainer Tomokazu Takano, Kluger has five wins from 19 career starts and appears to have acclimatised well since arriving in Australia recently. Tommy Berry will ride in the Doncaster. Seven-year-old Japanese visitor looking to launch a major raid on one of Australia’s biggest races.

 

 

9.Widgee Turf

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Jockey: Billy Egan

Trainer: Patrick Payne

Barrier: 17

Weight: 52.0

Odds – BetEasy Bet Boost (Claim Here): $31

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Patrick Payne’s five-year-old gelding hasn’t been tested at Group 1 level but is an ultra-consistent type who is rarely uncompetitive no matter where he races. Illustrated by his 22 finishes in the first three across 29 career starts. Solid form this prep including a strong win at Listed grade at Flemington.

 

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10.Unforgotten

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Jockey: Kerrin Mcevoy

Trainer: Chris Waller

Barrier: 18

Weight: 51.5

Odds – BetEasy Bet Boost (Claim Here): $13

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Another one of Chris Waller’s stars, Unforgotten won the Group 1 Australian Oaks at the Championships last year. Has been impressive this prep without winning, with her best result a close third behind Winx in the Group 1 Chipping Norton Stakes. Also has form behind Avilius with a fourth in the Group 1 Ranvet Stakes.

 

11.Life Less Ordinary

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Jockey: Corey Brown

Trainer: Chris Waller

Barrier: 10

Weight: 51.5

Odds – BetEasy Bet Boost (Claim Here): $61

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Chris Waller’s seven-year-old gelding is something on an enigma, often being difficult to get a line on. Last win was the 2018 Wagga Cup at Listed level, and before that a city win at Caulfield a further twelve months back. Comes into the Doncaster first-up from a spell.

 

 

12.Eckstein

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Jockey: Sam Clipperton

Trainer: Kurt Goldman

Barrier: 15

Weight: 51.0

Odds – BetEasy Bet Boost (Claim Here): $81

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A brave campaigner from Kurt Goldman’s stable at Goulburn, Eckstein has put plenty of impressive wins and more than $1 million in prize money on the board at five years of age. Won at Group level in the Southern Cross Stakes at Rosehill this preparation, its a big chance to take this out too.

 

 

13.Aloisia

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Jockey: Jay Ford

Trainer: Ciaron Maher & David Eustace

Barrier: 6

Weight: 50.5

Odds – BetEasy Bet Boost (Claim Here): $61

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Four-year-old mare for Ciaron Maher and David Eustace who has seen a lot of action in a relatively short career. A Group 1 winner after taking out the Thousand Guineas at Caulfield last season, Aloisia comes into the Doncaster with some patchy form, though she did run a close second in the Group 2 Villiers Stakes at Randwick.

 

 

14.Siege Of Quebec

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Jockey: Robbie Dolan (a)

Trainer: Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott

Barrier: 22

Weight: 50.5

Odds – BetEasy Bet Boost (Claim Here): $71

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Fastnet Rock stallion for Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott. Won at Group level in the spring, defeating the likes of Pierata to take out the Bill Ritchie Handicap over 1400 metres at Randwick. Hasn’t impressed hugely in this preparation to date.

 

 

15.Fifty Stars

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Jockey: Jye Mc Neil

Trainer: David & Ben Hayes & Tom Dabernig

Barrier: 24

Weight: 50.0

Odds – BetEasy Bet Boost (Claim Here): $8.00

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A couple of fantastic wins this prep has made punters sit up and take notice of the four-year-old from the Lindsay Park stable. His prep got off to a slow start in Melbourne, but he’s arrived in Sydney in stunning style, winning the Group 2 Blamey Stakes and the Group 2 Ajax Stakes.

 

 

16.I Am Serious

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Jockey: Karis Teetan

Trainer: Chris Waller

Barrier: 1

Weight: 50.0

Odds – BetEasy Bet Boost (Claim Here): $31

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High rated by Chris Waller (he would know!), with the trainer marking this five-year-old mare as a potential Group 1 winner. Fared poorly in the Group 1 Coolmore Classic, finishing well down the field, but is generally a very consistent type who cannot be discounted.

 

 

17.So Si Bon

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Jockey: Lachlan King

Trainer: David & Ben Hayes & Tom Dabernig

Barrier: 5

Weight: 50.0

Odds – BetEasy Bet Boost (Claim Here): $61

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One of Australian racing’s perennial bridesmaids! So Si Bon is a regular starter in high-quality racing but unfortunately is simply a non-winner. He’s saluted the judge just twice across a 36-race career (including zero wins from twelve Group 1 starts). Having said that, he did have success relatively recently when winning the Listed Lord Stakes at Caulfield on Boxing Day.

 

 

18.Fundamentalist

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Jockey: Ben Thompson

Trainer: David & Ben Hayes & Tom Dabernig

Barrier: 2

Weight: 49.0

Odds – BetEasy Bet Boost (Claim Here): $12

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A high-quality filly from the Lindsay Park stable. The three-year-old comes into the Doncaster with a lightweight and has had a very consistent preparation. Has finished second at Group 1 level in both her last two starts, both by less than half a length. The Doncaster will be a tough task, but she could just be due.

 

 

19.El Dorado Dreaming

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Jockey: Andrew Gibbons

Trainer: Kris Lees

Barrier: 20

Weight: 49.0

Odds – BetEasy Bet Boost (Claim Here): $31

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Superb three-year-old filly for Kris Lees and the winner of the ATC Sires Produce at The Championships in her two-year-old season. Hugely consistent type who has placed nine times across a twelve-race career. Another who’ll hit the Doncaster full of confidence and with little weight on her back.

 

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20.Brutal

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Jockey: Glen Boss

Trainer: Michael & Wayne & John Hawkes

Barrier: 21

Weight: 49.0

Odds – BetEasy Bet Boost (Claim Here): $7.50

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The Hawkes’ three-year-old colt seems to have really snuck up on the Doncaster, and only just made it into the final field. Ran second behind Winx in the George Ryder Stakes at Rosehill… and there’s no better form than Winx form. A genuine winner who has saluted three times in just six career starts.

 

 

(EM) 21.Violate

Jockey: TBA

Trainer: Brent Stanley

Barrier: 19

Weight: 50.0

Odds – BetEasy Bet Boost (Claim Here): $151

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Violate is the first emergency for the 2019 Doncaster Mile. He is a gelding born on September 30, 2013, by Sebring out of Shantha’s Girl. The current race record for Violate is 4 wins from 33 starts with prizemoney of $473,100.00.

 

 

(EM) 22.Fierce Impact

Jockey: TBA

Trainer: Matthew Smith

Barrier: 23

Weight: 50.0

Odds – BetEasy Bet Boost (Claim Here): $101

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Fierce Impact is the second emergency for the 2019 Doncaster Mile. He is a stallion born on March 6, 2014, by Deep Impact out of Keiai Gerbera. The current race record for Fierce Impact (JPN) is 3 wins from 15 starts with prizemoney of $244,880.00.

 

 

(EM) 23.Ringerdingding

Jockey: TBA

Trainer: Chris Waller

Barrier: 8

Weight: 49.0

Odds – BetEasy Bet Boost (Claim Here): $51

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This Edward O’Rourke trained son of Sebring lived up to his impressive trial performances by winning on debut at Rosehill in February 2018, and in doing so lowered the boom on Godolphin’s juvenile colt Wagner. The colt was then well beaten in the Group III Pago Pago Stakes before getting back on track with a decent run at Rosehill when he was never on the track but was beaten less than 2 ½ lengths by Irukandji. O’Rourke has always felt the 1400m of the Group I Inglis’ Sires would be an ideal race for the youngster and that race has been his main autumn Sydney target in 2018.

 

 

(EM) 24.Seaway

Jockey: TBA

Trainer: Chris Waller

Barrier: 11

Weight: 50.0

Odds – BetEasy Bet Boost (Claim Here): $101

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Seaway is the fourth emergency for the 2019 Doncaster Mile. He is a gelding born on November 17, 2014 by Ocean Park out of Miss Purrfection. The current race record for Seaway (NZL) is 5 wins from 12 starts with prizemoney of $292,425.00.

 

DEPOSIT $20 - BET WITH $200

(PRICES CORRECT AS @ 11:00AM WEDNESDAY 3RD APRIL, 2019 – GET THE LATEST UPDATED ODDS BY CLICKING HERE)

Tips:

1. (7) Shillelagh – $22.00 & $5.50

2. (10) Unforgotten – $13.00 & $3.40

3. (15) Fifty Stars – $8.00 & $2.50

4. (6) Brutal – $7.50 & $2.30

5. (19) El Dorado Dreaming – $31.00 & $7.00

 

Suggested Bets:

  • (7) Shillelagh – 5/10 units each way *BEST BET*

  • (10) Unforgotten – 3/10 units each way

  • (19) El Dorado Dreaming – 2/10 units each way

  • Box 1st 4: #6 / #7 / #10 / #15 / #19

 

2018 QATAR PRIX DE L’ARC DE TRIOMPHE FIELD, ODDS & TIPS

(1:05AM AEDST , 12:05AM AEST – MONDAY MORNING 08/10/18)

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Qatar Prix De L’Arc De Triomphe
€4,999,999 (AU$8,142,552.09)

3yo+

1m 4f

GROUP 1

19 runners

Going: Good to Firm

(1:05AM AEDST , 12:05AM AEST – MONDAY MORNING 08/10/18)

Draw

Horse

Weight

Jockey

Trainer

1

18

DEFOE 59,5kg ANDREA ATZENI R. VARIAN

2

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SALOUEN 59,5kg OISIN MURPHY S. KIRK

3

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CAPRI 59,5kg DONNACHA O’BRIEN AP. O’BRIEN

4

10

WAY TO PARIS 59,5kg GERALD MOSSE A. MARCIALIS

5

13

WALDGEIS-T 59,5kg PIERRE-CHARLES BOUDOT A. FABRE (S)

6

09

CLOTH OF STARS 59,5kg VINCENT CHEMINAUD A. FABRE (S)

7

08

TALISMAN-IC 59,5kg MICKAEL BARZALONA A. FABRE (S)

8

05

TIBERIAN 59,5kg WILLIAM BUICK A. COUETIL (S)

9

01

CLINCHER 59,5kg YUTAKA TAKE H. MIYAMOTO

10

06

ENABLE 58 kg LANFRANCO DETTORI J. GOSDEN

11

11

NEUFBOSC 56,5kg CRISTIAN DEMURO MME P. BRANDT

12

02

PATASCOY 56,5kg OLIVIER PESLIER X. THOMAS DEMEAULTE

13

14

KEW GARDENS 56,5kg RYAN-LEE MOORE AP. O’BRIEN

14

19

STUDY OF MAN 56,5kg STEPHANE PASQUIER P. BARY (S)

15

17

LOUIS D’OR 56,5kg ANTOINE HAMELIN T. CASTANHEIRA (S)

16

12

HUNTING HORN 56,5kg JAMES-ANTHONY HEFFERNAN AP. O’BRIEN

17

03

NELSON 56,5kg MICHAEL CHRISTOPHER HUSSEY AP. O’BRIEN

18

16

MAGICAL 55 kg WAYNE-MARTIN LORDAN AP. O’BRIEN

19

15

SEA OF CLASS 55 kg JAMES WILLIAM DOYLE WJ HAGGAS

1.DEFOE:

Trainer: Roger Varian

Jockey: Andrea Atzeni

Odds: $41.00

Group One wins: None

This son of Arc winner Dalakhani was back to his previously progressive form of last season in the wet spring, capped by victory in the Jockey Club Cup at Newmarket in May.

His dislike for fast ground was illustrated by defeat in the Tattersalls Gold Cup behind Lancaster Bomber in May and he was kept at home during the summer.

There is not a lot wrong with his comeback second in the Grosser Preis Von Baden, when surrendering ground on the home turn to finish a neck behind Godolphin’s Best Solution, but looks unlikely to get the testing conditions he needs.

2.SALOUEN:

Trainer: Sylvester Kirk

Jockey: Oisin Murphy

Odds: $67.00

Group One wins: None

Seems capable of ssecuring a place without winning at whatever level he sets his sights at, going particularly close behind Cracksman under a masterful Silvestre De Sousa ride in the Coronation Cup at Epsom in June and ran bravely against Waldgeist at Saint-Cloud in the summer.

Has not gone forward in two subsequent efforts.

Snaffling a minor place, if not out of the question, is the best he can hope for.

3.CAPRI:

Trainer: Aidan O’Brien

Jockey: Donnacha O’Brien

Odds: $17.00

Group One wins: Irish Derby, St Leger

A missing man for much of this season but as interesting as any of those at a big price.

Won what now looks an outstanding contest in last year’s St Leger and best forgiven beating only one home when reappearing just a fortnight later in the Arc.

Fifth spot behind Waldgeist on a belated comeback in the Prix Foy does not make encouraging reading on paper, but he hit a flat spot and rallied at the end. Capable of much better and is a big price for his achievements.

4.WAY TO PARIS:

Trainer: Antonio Marcialis

Jockey: Gerald Mosse

Odds: $101.00

Group One wins: None

Exactly 30 years since the last Italian-trained Arc winner, Tony Bin, and this would be considerably more of a surprise.

Deserving of a place in the line-up, given he has not been far behind Waldgeist on three occasions this year, most recently in the Prix Foy, but has never looked likely to overhaul that rival and there is no immediately forthcoming reason why that should change here.

5.WALDGEIST:

Trainer: Andre Fabre

Jockey: Pierre-Charles Boudot

Odds: $7.50

Group One wins: Criterium de Saint-Cloud, Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud

No trainer knows what an Arc horse looks like better than Andre Fabre and this son of Galileo appears to have been campaigned as one all season.

Not impressive in the Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud when he edged out Coronet, the four-year-old was far more convincing when winning the Prix Foy last month and must be greatly respected.

Whilst the ground is unlikely to be allowed to become lightning fast, it must be a concern whether he is effective on quicker conditions.

6.CLOTH OF STARS:

Trainer: Andre Fabre

Jockey: Vincent Cheminaud

Odds: $26.00

Group One wins: Prix Ganay

Ran a blinder last year to stay on through the field for second behind Enable, but had a much stronger back catalogue of efforts to show than he does this year. Encouragement could be taken from his third behind Waldgeist in the Foy and will have been brought on to peak here but still looks short of what is required.

7.TALISMANIC:

Trainer: Andre Fabre

Jockey: Mickael Barzalona

Odds: $21.00

Group One wins: Breeders’ Cup Turf

Popular performer, not only for his distinctive white markings but for a string of genuine efforts.

Fabre had no complaints with a runner-up placing behind Waldgeist in the Foy but issued some concern about the mile and a half now being a little beyond his capabilities.

Likes to hear his feet rattle, but this is a tougher test than when he won at the Breeders’ Cup.

8.TIBERIAN:

Trainer: Alain Couetil

Jockey: William Buick

Odds: $51.00

Group One wins: None

A fine servant to connections over time, who was a respectable seventh in the Melbourne Cup this time last year.

Unfortunately he is without a win in a year now and a tame fifth in the Grand Prix de Deauville was not a glowing recommendation for his prospects in such company.

9.CLINCHER:

Trainer: Hiroshi Miyamoto

Jockey: Yutaka Take

Odds: $51.00

Group One wins: None

Japanese runners in the Arc always merit respect but not many have arrived with less fanfare in recent years.

A fine third in the Tenno Sho over two miles and has some reasonable middle-distance form, too.

Although his trainer admitted prior to the Prix Foy that he would expect improvement on his next outing, there needs to be an awful lot as he was beaten eight lengths.

10.ENABLE:

Trainer: John Gosden

Jockey: Frankie Dettori

Odds: $2.10

Group One wins: Oaks, Irish Oaks, King George, Yorkshire Oaks, Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe

There was not a more welcome sight all year than seeing this fabulous filly skip to a ready defeat of the high-class Crystal Ocean in the September Stakes at Kempton last month.

A fine winner of the race last year and she ought to strip even fitter after looking as if she had developed into an even more robust specimen on her first run since last October.

Earlier issues with her knees will continue to be a worry but if Gosden has her on the starting line, she will take all the beating.

11.NEUFBOSC:

Trainer: Pia Brandt

Jockey: Christian Demuro

Odds: $34.00

Group One wins: None

Lightly-raced colt who was worn down by Kew Gardens in the Grand Prix de Paris before being put away for the summer. Looked rather rusty under restrained tactics when third in the Prix Niel. Has a lot to prove on form, but represents a shrewd trainer who would not allow him to take part unless she felt he could be competitive.

Not an obvious winner, but not one to underestimate.

12.PATASCOY:

Trainer: Xavier Thomas-Demeaulte

Jockey: Olivier Peslier

Odds: $34.00

Group One wins: None

Appeared from out of the provincial tracks to run a blinder in the French Derby, finishing second behind Study Of Man from a wide draw. Unfortunately, that has not looked much of a race and although his comeback in a tactical race behind Knight To Behold at Deauville was perfectly OK, he just does not look good enough.

13.KEW GARDENS:

Trainer: Aidan O’Brien

Jockey: Ryan Moore

Odds: $11.00

Group One wins: Grand Prix de Paris, St Leger

Had begun to look one to avoid in the Derby trials only to summon a dramatic turnaround, barely looking back since his towering win in the Queen’s Vase at Royal Ascot. The change in tactics from a prominent role, to one being held-up seems to have made all the difference.

Produced an admirable victory in the St Leger and very much deserving of a chance at this level.

Main worry is that following up here after the demands of Doncaster has been beyond other Ballydoyle runners such as Leading Light, Scorpion and Capri and he is not an obviously different specimen.

14.STUDY OF MAN:

Trainer: Pascal Bary

Jockey: Stephane Pasquier

Odds: $34.00

Group One wins: Prix du Jockey Club

Showed a willing attitude in winning the French Derby but has not been smooth sailing since then, suffering fairly heavy defeats in both his Deauville comeback and in the Irish Champion Stakes.

Untried beyond a mile and a quarter and pedigree does not exactly scream that he wants the trip either, so fairly quickly passed by.

15.LOUIS D’OR:

Trainer: Tony Castanheira

Jockey: Antoine Hamelin

Odds: $101.00

Group One wins: None

One win at conditions level in 13 starts probably sums up the prospects of this fellow.

A career-best when outrunning huge odds to be third in the French Derby but has not built on that when his sights have been lowered and seemed not to stay when tried at this trip last time in the Prix Niel.

16.HUNTING HORN:

Trainer: Aidan O’Brien

Jockey: Seamie O’Brien

Odds: $51.00

Group One wins: None

Made a valuable contribution to the O’Brien yard this year, not only winning the Hampton Court Stakes in fine fashion but taking third in the Belmont Derby and struggling to overcome a wide draw in the Secretariat Stakes.

Defeat to Brundtland in the Prix Niel, though, is not Arc-winning form and surely only included as back-up to Kew Gardens.

17.NELSON:

Trainer: Aidan O’Brien

Jockey: Michael Hussey

Odds: $101.00

Group One wins: None

Been on pacemaking duties for Ballydoyle for most of the year and that is the only feasible reason for his inclusion in the field.

18.MAGICAL:

Trainer: Aidan O’Brien

Jockey: Wayne Lordan

Odds: $51.00

Group One wins: None

Might well have got closer to Laurens in the Matron Stakes, but for meeting interference and looks to have been primed to pick up a big prize before the year is out.

However, managing that in such a distinguished line-up would be a lot to ask and although full-sister Rhododendron stayed a mile and a half, she has barely set foot beyond eight furlongs yet.

19.SEA OF CLASS

Trainer: William Haggas

Jockey: James Doyle

Odds: $4.50

Group One wins: Irish Oaks, Yorkshire Oaks

Missed the Oaks at Epsom but certainly made up for lost time and has really gelled with the confident riding of James Doyle.

Bred for the challenge and even his often cautious trainer has warmed to the idea of Paris.

Will not mind the dry spell and although this is a very different assignment to what she has experienced before, she ought to be ready for it.

TIPS:

10.ENABLE*****

19.SEA OF CLASS

14.STUDY OF MAN

13.KEW GARDENS

6.CLOTH OF STARS

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GROUP 1 TIPS SATURDAY 29/09/18 – ROYAL RANDWICK – EPSOM / METROP / FLIGHT

GROUP 1 TIPS

SATURDAY 29/09/18 

ROYAL RANDWICK

 

GROUP 1

EPSOM HANDICAP

$1,000,000 – 1600M

 

1. (7) UNFORGOTTEN $4.75

2. (4) SHILLELAGH $26.00

3. (2) PIERATA $5.50

4. (3) D’ARGENTO $4.80

5. (11) LANCIATO $20.00

 

SUGGESTED BET:

BOX THE TOP 5 IN A 1ST x 4

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GROUP 1

FLIGHT STAKES

$500,000 – 1600M FILLIES

 

1. (2) MISS FABULASS $2.25***

2. (3) FIESTA $8.50

3. (1) OOHOOD $13.00

4. (5) FUNDAMENTALIST $81.00

5. (4) PRETTY IN PINK $7.00

 

SUGGESTED BET:

BACK MISS FABULASS STRAIGHT OUT

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GROUP 1

METROPOLITAN

$750,000 – 2400M

 

1. (16) HIGH BRIDGE $9.00

2. (9) MISS ADMIRATION $8.50

3. (3) LIBRAN $12.00

4. (7) MIDTERM $17.00

5. (8) ALWARD $61.00

 

SUGGESTED BET:

~BOX THE TOP 5 IN A 1ST x 4

~BACK HIGH BRIDGE EACH WAY

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25/02/17 GROUP 1 TIPS – BLUE DIAMOND DAY

CAULFIELD


R5 FUTURITY STAKES: 3.TURN ME LOOSE

R7 BLUE DIAMOND: 4.PARIAH

R8 OAKLEIGH PLATE: 3.EXTREME CHOICE

ROYAL RANDWICK 

R7 CHIPPING NORTON STAKES: 9.WINX

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