Horse Racing

Has Stoute found a cure for Dewhurst yet?

Sir Michael Stoute | Photo of Emma Berry


In a year and years of working for Newmarket, Sir Michael Stoute has enjoyed a sizable portion of town and headed to Saturday’s G1 Darley Dewhurst S. feature with as much fun as a 2-year-old. he owned for a while. By Juddmonte ‘TDN Rising Star’ Nostrum (GB) (King {GB}) enjoyed a perfect Rowley Mile warm-up while carrying the G3 Tattersalls S. on this seven-time tour on September 22 and descendant of Champion S. 1980 heroine Cairn Rouge (Ire) ) there are certainly important dates ahead. Described as “immature and immature” by the trainer after his most recent outing, the mixed-breed dog will need to have some spirit in this company.

At the end of another week, that further shows the growing stature of Frankel (GB) in his second career, his son Chaldean (GB) find a way to put the ice on the cake down the road from the Tattersalls location he dominates. His powerful performances at the G3 Acomb S. in York on August 17 and the G2 Champagne S. in Doncaster on September 11 have set the bar for body style and his uncomplicated running style will help. beneficial to his career as he tackled his first bounce.

Juddmonte track manager Barry Mahon said, “We have a very strong hand, the Abdullah family is very good at running their pair. I think Chaldean has more experience and can go to the street, while Nostrum has shown great ability in two starts but lacks experience and is jumping into such a race. Chaldean has improved greatly from York to Doncaster and Andrew feels he has improved again. Nostrum is a luxury horse, a large horse. He’s a monster of a horse and next year is sure to be his year. So, whether he is physically and mentally mature enough for a test like this one on Saturday, we are not sure, but the experience will put him in a good position to start. try a job in Guineas next year. “

It may or may not matter which Aidan O’Brien relies solely on ‘Rising Star’ Aesop’s Fables (Ire) (No, never). . and scorer Ascendant S. listed as of September 3 Naval strength (GB) (Teophilo {Ire}), who currently holds bragging rights among Charlie Appleby’s minors.

Robert Sangster recorded five successes in this from 1976 to 1983, with the likes of The Minstrel, Storm Bird and El Gran Senor on the honor roll, but the last time the famous silks were shown in the race was on the Troubadour coached by Ballydoyle (Ire) (Danehill) who finished fifth in 2003. It will be quite interesting to see them taken again in a competition related to his success story. boss of winner G2 Superlative S. trained by Brian Meehan. Isaac Shelby (GB) (Night of Thunder {Ire}). While the form of that 9th of July competition needed to be improved, the undefeated pony representing Manton Thoroughbreds VII was lightly raced and still enjoyable.

“A bit of respite has done him well,” Meehan said. “Anyway, he’s never been the horse I want to race excessively this year and this race was always the plan.”

Flying start

Saturday started off with a contrast, as Chantilly hosted the G2 Criterium de Maisons-Laffitte for the fast juniors, with Middleham Park Racing bidding to extend their French success with the G3 winner. Prix ​​Eclipse on the track and the distance is very impressive Eddie’s Boy (GB) (Havana Gray {GB}), while Newmarket’s “Future Champion” schedule kicks off with a 10-point endurance test of G3 Zetland S. In the latter, Godolphin’s Flying Title ‘TDN Rising Star’ (GB) (Sea The Stars {Ire}) looks set to beat him at G2 Royal Lodge S. behind his back as much as his Charlie Appleby (Ire)-trained Coroebus companion (Dubawi {Ire}) did 12 months ago in G3 Autumn S. . That Emirates-sponsored contest has another contest ‘Rising Star’in George Strawbridge’s Epictetus (Ire) (King {GB}), who took the Flying Honor fourth in his only start in a hot first of the July Festival.

Happy Aura

At The Curragh, G3 Staffordstown Stud S. meets one of Ballydoyle’s 2023 Oaks contenders Be happy (Ire) (Camelot {GB}) bid to build on the obvious promise of her first win at Cork on 7 September from subsequent winners Foniska (Ire) (Galileo {Ire}) and Speirling Beag (Ire) (Craftsman {Ire}). Later protested as one of the two students Jim Bolger along with Clever And Cool (Ire) (Pronounced), the fourth in the seven-feather S. Weld G3 Park here on September 25, was promoted by runner-up Gan Teorainn (Ire) (Saxon Warrior {Jpn}) last Sunday.

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This story was posted in Europe’s Top News and tagged Aesop’s Fables, Aidan O’Brien, Barry Mahon, Chaldean, Criterium de Maisons-Laffitte, Dewhurst S., Eddie’s Boy, Epictetus, Flying honor, Godolphin, Isaac Shelby, Juddmonte, Nostrum, Sir Michael Store, Rising Star TDN.


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