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Owner Sir Robert Ogden and trainer Jeremy Noseda struck gold for the second year running in the Group Three Albany Stakes when Sander Camillo came home a length and a half clear of Silk Blossom, providing Frankie Dettori with his first winner of Royal Ascot 2006. A year ago at York, La Chunga won this contest for the Ogden/Noseda partnership.

Winning rider Frankie Dettori said: “We were kind of shocked when she was beaten first time out but I think you can blame the ground for that.

“I was very pleased to see the winning post for the first time this week.

“It mentally drains you when you don’t have a winner.”

The successful owner, who revealed that the horse is named after his partner, Monica Sander Camillo, commented: “I think this race is ours!

“I am very grateful to win this race, for the prize money and the punters who backed her.

“We were disappointed when she didn’t win first time out but the ground wasn’t right for her.

“I have found the new Ascot a wonderful experience.”

Barry Simpson, Racing Manager to Sir Robert Ogden, added: “We were devastated when she was beaten first time out at Newmarket.

“Although looking back now the ground probably wasn’t right for her, we thought she would win on whatever ground she ran on as Jeremy thought she was way ahead of his other two-year-old fillies.

“La Chunga was beaten before winning last year and this filly has been the same.

“We also purchased her from the Fasig-Tipton sales in Kentucky like La Chunga.

“Today was the aim with her. She could possibly go for the Lowther Stakes next as York is Sir Robert’s home course.

“We thought she was a speed horse at first but Jeremy now think she will get further in time, unlike La Chunga who is an out and out sprinter.”

Bookmaker reaction for next year’s 1000 Guineas ranged between quotes of 14/1 and 20/1.

£60,000 guaranteed, 6f, For 2yo fillies Weights 8st 12lb Entries 37 pay £270 Penalty Value 1st £34,068; 2nd £12,912; 3rd £6,462; 4th £3,222; 5th £1,614; 6th £810

1 SANDER CAMILLO (USA) (Sir Robert Ogden) Jeremy Noseda 2-8-12 Frankie Dettori [7] 4/1f
2 SILK BLOSSOM (IRE) (E Kessly) Barry Hills 2-8-12 Michael Hills [16] 7/1
3 SCARLET RUNNER (Nicholas Jones) John Dunlop 2-8-12 Kerrin McEvoy [17] 20/1
4 MEDLEY (The Queen) Richard Hannon 2-8-12 Richard Hughes [6] 8/1
5 SATULAGI (USA) (Fitri Hay) Stan Moore 2-8-12 John Egan [8]
6 BAHAMA MAMA (IRE) (Lucayan Stud) Jeremy Noseda 2-8-12 Kieren Fallon [13]
7 RIVERSIDE DANCER (USA) (J Shannon) Kevin Ryan 2-8-12 Neil Callan [20]
8 BALTIC BELLE (IRE) (Thurloe Thoroughbreds VIII) Richard Hannon 2-8-12 Ryan Moore [4]
9 LA ROCA (IRE) (P Gardner) Ralph Beckett 2-8-12 Michael Kinane [10]
10 DANSEUSE (Wyck Hall Stud) Clive Brittain 2-8-12 Martin Dwyer [3]
11 CASSIARA (Emma Ellie Simon & Wayne Partnership) Jeff Pearce 2-8-12 Jimmy Quinn [14]
12 GOODBYE CASH (IRE) (D Healy) David Evans 2-8-12 Shane Kelly [9]
13 AMBER VALLEY (T & Mrs M Holdcroft) Kevin Ryan 2-8-12 Robert Winston [15]
14 EMMA'S SURPRISE (M White) Kevin Ryan 2-8-12 Daragh O'Donohoe [19]
15 ELIZABETH STREET (USA) (Faisal Salman) Paul Cole 2-8-12 Eddie Ahern [5]
16 JUST JOEY (Rosemary’s Racing)) John Weymes 2-8-12 Darryll Holland [12]
17 BICOASTAL (USA) (Andrew Rosen) Brian Meehan 2-8-12 Jimmy Fortune [11]
18 CHEVEME (IRE) (Jim McCarthy) Brendan Duke 2-8-12 Olivier Peslier [1]

18 ran
Non-runners: 14 My Lovely Lesley; 20 Silkie Smooth
Distances: 1 1/2, 1/2, 2 1/2, sh, sh, 3, 3/4, 1, 3/4, 1/2, 4, nk, 1/2, nk, sh, 1/2, 1 1/4
Time: 1m 14.27s
Breeder: P Robertson & Brenda Robertson
Breeding: b f Dixie Union (USA) - Staraway (USA) (Star De Naskra (USA))
Tote: Win: £5.30 Places: £2.10; £2.70; £5.60 Exacta: £42.10


Papal Bull’s price for the Ladbrokes St Leger was cut in half after his victory in the King Edward VII Stakes, although trainer Sir Michael Stoute warned no plans had been made for the colt.

After Ladbrokes had cut Papal Bull to 5-1 from 10-1 for the Doncaster classic, Sir Michael said: “I’ll have to liaise with the Coolmore team [his owners] because they’ve got plenty of staying three-year-olds. The Irish Derby would have been possible if they’d put it back a month, but it’s next week so that’s out. I really cannot comment on plans for the horse.”

Papal Bull, a son of Coolmore stallion Montjeu, was supplemented into the Vodafone Derby at a fee of £75,000, but finished tenth. Sir Michael said: “We had traffic problems in the Derby. He’s been working very well, and he’s a Group 3 winner and now a Group 2 winner so he’s going the right way.”

Winning jockey Kieren Fallon said: “He completely switched off with me at half-way and was on the wrong lead on the turn, and it wasn’t until I got upsides the three-furlong pole that I started getting confident. I thought he was going to do it easy, but he’s a typical Montjeu, they seem to get better and better and I think he’s got a future. He’s a playboy, but he’s great to ride because he does everything for you.

“These types of horses keep improving and after today’s he’s up with the best of them.”

£215,560 guaranteed, 1m 4f, For 3yo colts and geldings Weights 8st 12lb Penalties a winner of a Group 1 or Group 2 race of one mile and a quarter or more 3lb Entries 86 pay £500 First Forfeit 53 pay £580 Second Forfeit 1 pay £17,000 Confirmed 20 pay £360 Penalty Value 1st £122,394.98; 2nd £46,388.51; 3rd £23,215.81; 4th £11,575.57; 5th £5,798.56; 6th £2,910.06

1 PAPAL BULL (Sue Magnier, Derrick Smith & Michael Tabor) Sir Michael Stoute 3-8-12 Kieren Fallon [4] 5/2f
2 RED ROCKS (IRE) (Paul Reddam) Brian Meehan 3-8-12 Frankie Dettori [9] 3/1
3 SIXTIES ICON (Susan Roy) Jeremy Noseda 3-8-12 Shane Kelly [2] 8/1
4 DEGAS ART (IRE) (Matthew Green) David Elsworth 3-8-12 John Egan [1] 14/1
5 TAM LIN (Gainsborough Stud) Sir Michael Stoute 3-8-12 Robert Winston [5]
6 MORGHIM (IRE) (Hamdan Al Maktoum) John Dunlop 3-8-12 Richard Hills [6]
7 BAAN (USA) (Hamdan Al Maktoum) Mark Johnston 3-8-12 Martin Dwyer [8]
8 STEPPE DANCER (IRE) (Chris Van Hoorn) Dennis Coakley 3-8-12 Jamie Spencer [7]
9 YOUMZAIN (IRE) (Jaber Abdullah) Mick Channon 3-8-12 Tony Culhane [3]

9 ran
Non-runners: 3 Magicalmysterytour
Distances: nk, 2 1/2, 2, 1, 4, 1, 2, 7
Time: 2m 28.02s
Breeder: B & C Simpson
Breeding: b c Montjeu (IRE) - Mialuna (Zafonic (USA))
Tote: Win: £2.20 Places: £1.20; £1.30; £2.00 Exacta: £4.40


Nannina finished two lengths clear of a glittering field featuring Europe’s finest three-year-old mile fillies when winning the Group 1 Coronation Stakes under Jimmy Fortune.

The Medicean filly, home-bred by David and Patricia Thompson’s Cheveley Park Stud, had disappointed on her only previous run this season in the Stan James 1000 Guineas.

“It was fast ground on the Saturday for the 2000 Guineas but they had an inch and a half of rain overnight and she hated it on the Sunday,” recalled winning trainer John Gosden. “It was always going to be good to firm here though.

“She was a little further back than we we wanted but fortunately she was able to get up the inner and Frankie let her through. The plan was always to try to get lucky.

“The owners are fabulous breeders, they’ve bred a classic winner this season and they have won the championship fillies’ mile race here. I’ve been second in this race three times so it’s great to win it.”

Chris Richardson, managing director of Cheveley Park Stud, added: “We decided to run her in the Guineas because we are Newmarket-based, you only get one go at the race and the Thompsons were keen to have a go. But I said all along that the ground would make a difference here.

“When going into a race like today’s with four or five classic winners and a champion two-year-old, you’d be happy with just a place.

“It’s great for the Thompsons, as she is from the first crop of a home-bred stallion. It justifies the policy of racing, rather than selling, the colts and standing them as stallions.”

Jockey Jimmy Fortune added: “Today she showed what a good filly she is. She’s a bit of character at home, and all credit to Robert Havlin who rides her out usually, and I got a bit excited when I rode her in some work last week.

“The boss had said to me in the Guineas to take it easy if she was not enjoying it but she’s always been a very nice filly, she was a Group 1 winner last year and has done nothing but progress.

“She had the draw, the pace and everything went right for her today. She’s tough with a lot of class and is a real character. On the form today, she’s the best filly in Europe and she’s good enough to take on the colts now.”

£268,000 guaranteed, 1m Old Mile Course, For 3yo fillies Weights 9st Entries 73 pay £700 First Forfeit 45 pay £800 Second Forfeit 1 pay £20,000 Confirmed 19 pay £500 Penalty Value 1st £152,170.40; 2nd £57,673.60; 3rd £28,863.60; 4th £14,391.60; 5th £7,209.20; 6th £3,618

1 NANNINA (Cheveley Park Stud) John Gosden 3-9-00 Jimmy Fortune [13] 6/1jf
2 FLASHY WINGS (Jaber Abdullah) Mick Channon 3-9-00 Jamie Spencer [9] 13/2
3 NASHEEJ (USA) (Malih Al Basti) Richard Hannon 3-9-00 Ryan Moore [15] 20/1
4 RACE FOR THE STARS (USA) (Sue Magnier) Aidan O'Brien IRE 3-9-00 Kieren Fallon [5]
5 RAJEEM (Saeed Manana) Clive Brittain 3-9-00 Kerrin McEvoy [14]
6 SILCA'S SISTER (Godolphin) Saeed bin Suroor 3-9-00 Frankie Dettori [7]
7 VAGUE (USA) (Paul Reddam) Jeremy Noseda 3-9-00 Michael Kinane [11]
8 PRICE TAG (Khalid Abdulla) Pascal Bary FR 3-9-00 Thierry Thulliez [12] 6/1jf
9 SPECIOSA (IRE) (Michael Sly, Dr Tom Davies, Pam Sly) Pam Sly 3-9-00 Micky Fenton [1]
10 WAKE UP MAGGIE (IRE) (J Lambton) Chris Wall 3-9-00 Alan Munro [10]
11 LOLITA (GER) (Martin Schwartz) Andreas Lowe GER 3-9-00 Olivier Peslier [8]
12 NANTYGLO (Usk Valley Stud) Michael Bell 3-9-00 Richard Quinn [2]
13 DONNA BLINI (Mrs T Cunningham) Brian Meehan 3-9-00 Richard Hughes [6]
14 MOSTAQELEH (USA) (Handan Al Maktoum) John Dunlop 3-9-00 Richard Hills [4]
15 NIGHTIME (IRE) (Marguerite Weld) Dermot Weld IRE 3-9-00 Pat Smullen [3]

15 ran
Non-runners: None
Distances: 2, 3/4, sh, 1, sh, 1, 3/4, 1/2, 1/2, 2, 1 1/4, 1 3/4, 2, 9
Time: 1m 39.14s
Breeder: Cheveley Park Stud Ltd
Breeding: b f Medicean - Hill Hopper (IRE) (Danehill (USA))
Tote: Win: £7.80 Places: £3.10; £2.70; £9.10 Exacta: £30.10


I’m So Lucky gave jockey Joe Fanning his first Royal Ascot win and trainer Mark Johnston his 24th when making virtually all the running to land the Wolferton Handicap.

The four-year-old was clear entering the straight and held on gamely to prevail by a length and a quarter from Wild Savannah with stablemate Crosspeace back in third.

The winning rider said: “He travelled well and settled in front.

“I gave him a breather in the straight and then he’s picked up again.”

Successful trainer Mark Johnston said: “Frankly, our strike rate has been very poor this season and is about half what it usually is.

“I would still not say that all our horses are right but we knew that they couldn’t all be sick.

“We have been very choosy about what horses we have run,

“While I couldn’t be confident about this horse, he is stabled in the section of the yard that has not been so bad.

“You would have said that in the past when one of ours was clear like I’m So Lucky was then they wouldn’t have got beat, but today you couldn’t be sure of that.

“He was a really good horse at the beginning of last last but then got a bit sore and went to his owner (Roger Brookhouse) in the autumn.

“He still didn’t show any sparkle when he came back and we thought about missing this race to go to Redcar at the weekend but Roger Brookhouse said all the conditions were right for him today.

“Hopefully, things are now taking shape.

“I don’t know where he will go next - we will try and win some more good prizes and as his owner trains jumpers, he might finish up there.”

“I think it’s my fault that this is Joe’s first winner at Royal Ascot as he’s usually been riding at Ayr or somewhere up north for us in the past when this meeting was on. He has been very loyal to the stable and I’m sure this won’t be his last Royal Ascot winner.”

Speaking about third-placed Crosspeace, Johnston added: “He ran a great race as well.

“He’s a good horse but slightly frustrating in that we can’t seem to find the right trip for him.

“You wouldn’t think that a horse who was running over six furlongs last year would have difficulty laying up with the pace early on.”

£55,000 guaranteed, 1m 2f, For 4yo+ rated 96-110 (also open to such horses rated 95 and below) Weights highest weight 9st 7lb Minimum Weight 8st 7lb Penalties after June 10, a winner of a Class 1, 2 or 3 race 3lb Blue Monday’s Handicap Mark 113 Entries 38 pay £250 Penalty Value 1st £31,229; 2nd £11,836; 3rd £5,923.50; 4th £2,953.50; 5th £1,479.50; 6th £742.50

1 I'M SO LUCKY (Sandra Brookhouse) Mark Johnston 4-8-07 Joe Fanning [11] 16/1
2 WILD SAVANNAH (Anthony Oppenheimer) John Gosden 4-9-00 Jimmy Fortune [16] 9/2
3 CROSSPEACE (IRE) (Favourites Racing) Mark Johnston 4-9-03 Royston Ffrench [9] 20/1
4 BLUE MONDAY (Mountgrange Stud) Roger Charlton 5-9-10 Steve Drowne [8] 15/2
5 STAR OF LIGHT (J Widdows) Brian Meehan 5-8-11 Alan Munro [3]
6 BOULE D'OR (IRE) (Friends And Family) John Akehurst 5-9-04 Michael Hills [2]
7 SALAMANCA (Wood Street Syndicate) Sylvester Kirk 4-8-08 Jamie Spencer [7]
8 COURAGEOUS DUKE (USA) (Lucayan Stud) Jeremy Noseda 7-8-11 Olivier Peslier [10]
9 FORWARD MOVE (IRE) (The Queen) Richard Hannon 4-9-05 Ryan Moore [13]
10 BLUE SPINNAKER (IRE) (G Sparkes G Harts S Curtis & T Dewhirst) Mick Easterby 7-8-10 Paul Mulrennan [5]
11 MOMTIC (IRE) (Heath, Keenan, Verrier) William Jarvis 5-9-03 Kieren Fallon [15]
12 PUBLIC FORUM (Khalid Abdulla) Sir Michael Stoute 4-8-07 Richard Hughes [14] 7/2f
13 KINGS QUAY (Marie Taylor) John Quinn 4-8-07 Graham Gibbons [1]
14 COMPTON BOLTER (Erik Penser) Gerard Butler 9-9-02b Frankie Dettori [6]
15 KEW GREEN (USA) (Peter Jensen) Paul Webber 8-9-06 Dane O'Neill [12]
16 GRAND PASSION (IRE) (H Morriss) Geoff Wragg 6-9-01 Ted Durcan [4]

16 ran
Non-runners: None
Distances: 1 1/4, 1/2, 1 1/2, nk, hd, 3/4, 3/4, 1/2, 1/2, 1 3/4, 1, 2, 2, 3/4, 10
Time: 2m 04.15s
Breeder: Leydens Farm Stud
Breeding: b g Zilzal (USA) - City Of Angels (Woodman (USA))
Tote: Win: £21.90 Places:£3.40; £1.50; £5.50; £2.10 Exacta: £115.10


Mark Johnston made it a quick Royal Ascot double when Soapy Danger’s victory in the Queen’s Vase complemented a win for I’m So Lucky in the Wolferton Handicap.

Soapy Danger squeezed runner-up Galient against the rail while making his winning run, but scored readily by one and a quarter lengths and the placings remained unaltered after the stewards decided to take no action.

Johnston said: “Clearly he’s gone past full of running and scored going away, so the best horse won and we’d have been surprised to lose the race.

“He’s consistent, but a lazy horse - someone asked me earlier if he was like Royal Rebel [a dual Gold Cup winner, but a hard ride]. He’s not physically a stayer or on pedigree a stayer, but he has a very laid-back attitude which you’ve seen to an extreme today when he had to be scrubbed early in the race.

“I saw a video of Royal Rebel winning the Gold Cup and he was being punched along before the bend, so I thought, well, if Royal Rebel can win like that so can this horse. You’d never think he was in trouble six furlongs out when you see how easily he’s won.

“He’s in the King George, and his owner [Klaus Jacobs of Newsells Park Stud] was concerned about going up to two miles with this horse while thinking about the future and his plans for his stud, but we said it’s a Group 2 race and they’re important to win.

“He struggled to hold his position today, and it wouldn’t seem the obvious thing to drop him down to a mile and a half now, but I’ll have to talk to the owner.”

The Ladbrokes St Leger is one possible target for Soapy Danger, and the sponsors introduced the colt into their betting at 20-1.

£60,000 guaranteed, 2m Round Course, For 3yo Weights colts and geldings 9st 1lb; fillies 8 st 12lb Penalties after September 1, 2005, a winner of a Group 3 race 3lb; of a Group 1 or 2 race 5lb Entries 18 pay £280 Penalty Value 1st £34,068; 2nd £12,912; 3rd £6,462; 4th £3,222; 5th £1,614; 6th £810

1 SOAPY DANGER (Renata Jacobs) Mark Johnston 3-9-01 Kevin Darley [10] 4/1
2 GALIENT (IRE) (Mr & Mrs Kevan Watts) Michael Jarvis 3-9-01 Philip Robinson [9] 11/4f
3 ERMINE SEA (Lady Bamford) John Gosden 3-9-01 Jimmy Fortune [5] 33/1
4 ROAD TO MANDALAY (IRE) (Michael Tabor, Derrick Smith & Sue Magnier) Aidan O'Brien IRE 3-9-01 Kieren Fallon [3]
5 LIGHTNING STRIKE (GER) (Terry Mills) Terry Mills 3-9-01 Ian Mongan [4]
6 SHIPMASTER (Nigel Bunter) Alan King 3-9-01 Eddie Ahern [11]
7 PRIVATE BUSINESS (USA) (Khalid Abdulla) Barry Hills 3-9-01 Richard Hughes [2]
8 MOUNT KILIMANJARO (IRE) (Neil Jones) John Dunlop 3-9-01 Michael Kinane [8]
9 KASSIOPEIA (IRE) (Jackie & George Smith) Mick Channon 3-8-12 Tony Culhane [6]
10 OGEE (Sir Evelyn de Rothschild) Sir Michael Stoute 3-9-01 Ryan Moore [7]
11 BLUE KSAR (FR) (Godolphin) Saeed bin Suroor 3-9-01t Frankie Dettori [1]

11 ran
Non-runners: None
Distances: 1 1/4, 1/2, 1 3/4, sh, 1/2, 1 1/2, nk, 1 1/2, nk, 1
Time: 3m25.6s
Breeder: Newsells Park Stud
Breeding: b c Danzig (USA) - On A Soapbox (USA) (Mi Celo (USA))
Tote: Win: £5.40 Places: £1.90; £1.80; £7.60 Exacta: £11.70


Mark Johnston completed a 466.5/1 three-timer - his first single day Royal Ascot hat-trick - when Lina’s Selection ran out an easy winner of the concluding King George V Handicap under Kevin Darley.

Johnston’s team have been out of form for much of the season and the Middleham handler said: “The horses are still not quite back to normal and even the three winners have been affected.

“I was a little insulted earlier in the week when I wasn’t quoted in the betting for the leading trainer - they mentioned Michael Jarvis at 33/1 but not me. I don’t bet but I said to Deirde I was very tempted - but I’d rather have the winners.

“It’s great to win with that horse and Soapy Dancer for the Jacobs’ Newsells Park Stud. They have put an awful lot into racing.

“For a while we’ve thought that Lina’s Selection and Soapy Dancer were the two we had confidence in this week and I’m So Lucky was a pleasant surprise.

“What we do with Lina’s Selection now slightly depends on the handicapper, he’s not going to be too kind to us.”

Jockey Kevin Darley added: “After Swinley Bottom I crept a little closer and was then able to give him a breather. I kicked on from four furlongs out and he always looked like getting there. The further he went today the better he was

“This is the best racing stage in the world to me, there’s no second to it, so winning here is fantastic.”

£55,000 guaranteed, 1m 4f, £55,000 guaranteed For 3yo Rated 0-105Weights: highest weight not less than 9st 7lb Minimum weight 7st 12lb Penalties after June 10, a winner 4lb; a winner fo two races 7lb The Last Drop’s Handicap Mark 102 Entries 45 pay £240 Penalty Value 1st £34,276; 2nd £10,263; 3rd £5,131.50; 4th £2,568.50; 5th £1,281.50; 6th £643.50

1 LINAS SELECTION (Renata Jacobs) Mark Johnston 3-8-09 Kevin Darley [7] 9/2
2 ENJOY THE MOMENT (Lynn Wilson & Martin Landau) Jamie Osborne 3-8-03 Craig Williams [3] 50/1
3 BANDAMA (IRE) (Lady Clague) Amanda Perrett 3-8-10 Ryan Moore [11] 7/1
4 LAKE POET (IRE) (Mohammed Rashid) Clive Brittain 3-8-08 Kerrin McEvoy [14] 9/1
5 LONDON EXPRESS (IRE) (Leung Kai Fai & Vincent Leung) Mark Johnston 3-8-09 Robert Winston [13] 25/1
6 DOCTOR SCOTT (Irene White & Helen Bogie) Mark Johnston 3-8-00 Royston Ffrench [5]
7 PEARLY KING (USA) (Gainsborough Stud) Sir Michael Stoute 3-9-02 Kieren Fallon [2]
8 SALUTE THE GENERAL (Mrs D Edginton) William Muir 3-8-01 Richard Mullen [10]
9 NUMERIC (GER) (Highclere Thoroughbred Racing XXX) John Gosden 3-8-02 Martin Dwyer [4]
10 PRINCE CHARLEMAGNE (IRE) (Neil Ryan) Nick Littmoden 3-7-12 James Doyle (5) [9]
11 BALANCED BUDGET (Hesmonds Stud) Jeremy Noseda 3-8-11 Shane Kelly [1]
12 GRACECHURCH (IRE) (Gracechurch Syndicate) Mick Channon 3-7-11 Edward Creighton (3) [17]
13 HARD TO EXPLAIN (IRE) (Earle Mack) Luca Cumani 3-9-00 Nicky Mackay [12]
14 ROAD TO LOVE (IRE) (Grant Mercer & R Toes) Mark Johnston 3-8-03 Joe Fanning [8]
15 BECKETT HALL (IRE (Louis Stalder) Richard Hannon 3-7-13 Frankie McDonald [18]
16 BEAU NASH (USA) (Peter Deal) Peter Chapple-Hyam 3-8-08 Alan Munro [19]
17 THE LAST DROP (IRE) (Jack Hanson, Cavendish inv Ltd, A Patrick) Barry Hills 3-9-07 Michael Hills [15]
18 FIDDLERS WOOD (Stephen Dartnell) Vince Smith 3-8-01p Adrian Nicholls [6]
19 IDARAH (USA) Hamdan Al Maktoum) William Haggas 3-8-10 Richard Hills [16]

19 ran
Non-runners: None
Distances: 3 1/2, 1 3/4, 1/2, 1/2, 3/4, 1 1/4, nk, 3/4, sh, 2, 1/2, 3 1/2, 7, 1, sh, 9, 5, hd
Time: 2m 27.24s
Breeder: Newsells Park Stud Ltd
Breeding: ch c Selkirk (USA) - Lines Of Beauty (USA) (Line In The Sand (USA))
Tote: Win: £5.80 Places: £1.90; £1.80; £7.60 Exacta: £11.70

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