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ascot racecourseDAY FIVE ROUNDUP - SATURDAY 24TH JUNE

CHAMPLAIN FIRST WINNER OF THE WEEK FOR JARVIS AND ROBINSON

Champlain gave trainer Michael Jarvis and jockey Philip Robinson their first winner of the week when the Sheikh Mohammed-owned colt came home two lengths clear of Country Song in the Chesham Stakes, the first race on the final day of Royal Ascot 2006.

The 7/2 chance travelled well throughout and quickened up nicely inside the final quarter mile of the seven-furlong contest to record a convincing victory.

Michael Jarvis commented: “This horse screams and is very vocal. He makes a lot of noise on the heath every morning. He is not really misbehaving and is very professional on the racecourse.

“But he is not really very colty, he just makes a lot of noise - like a lot of men I know!

“This horse is a natural two-year-old. He’s not very big but is mature and strong for his size.

“He stayed the seven furlongs well today. His dam won over a mile and his sire, Seeking The Gold, tends to get horses that stay a mile and quarter so I thought the trip wouldn’t be a problem for him.

“I need to speak to the boss before deciding where we go next but I would think something like the Superlative Stakes at Newmarket’s July Meeting would be an option for him now.”

Successful jockey Philip Robinson added: “He still showed a little immaturity today but was much better than first time out.

“From when he went into the stalls he was very professional.

“He kept finding a bit more for more and quickened up well.”

2.30pm CHESHAM STAKES (LISTED)
£55,000 guaranteed, 7f, For 2yo sired by a winner of a race over a mile and a quarter or over (this includes races in excess of nine furlongs and 110 yards and in excess of 1900m) Weights colts and geldings 9st 3lb; fillies 8st 12lb Penalties a winner of a Class 3 race 2lb; of a Class or 2 race 4lb Entries 17 pay £200 Penalty Value 1st £31,229; 2nd £11,836; 3rd £5,923.50; 4th £2,953.50; 5th £1,479.50; 6th £742.50

1 CHAMPLAIN (Sheikh Mohammed) Michael Jarvis 2-9-03 Philip Robinson [11] 7/2
2 COUNTRY SONG (USA) (Michael Tabor & Sue Magnier) David Wachman IRE 2-9-05 Kieren Fallon [10] 5/1
3 MIDDLEHAM (IRE) (Sheikh Mohammed) Mark Johnston 2-9-03 Joe Fanning [2] 12/1
4 PIRES (Mrs K Duggan & Mrs H Grove) Mick Channon 2-9-03 Sam Hitchcott [7] 33/1
5 GWEEBARRA (John Duddy, B McDonald, A Heeney, M McMenamin) Kevin Ryan 2-9-03 Neil Callan [3]
6 CUMIN (USA) (Lady Bamford) Barry Hills 2-8-12 Michael Hills [8]
7 ALWAYS FRUITFUL (Always Trying Partnership III)) Mark Johnston 2-9-03 Kevin Darley [4] 9/4f
8 MONTALEMBERT (USA) (Willie McKay) Stan Moore 2-9-03 John Egan [5]
9 KINDLELIGHT BLUE (IRE) (Kindlelight Ltd) Nick Littmoden 2-9-03 Ryan Moore [6]
10 GREEN DAY PACKER (IRE) (Middleham Park Racing/C Barclay/C Denton) Patrick Haslam 2-9-03 Frankie Dettori [9]
11 TENSION POINT (Mountgrange Stud & Ten) Jamie Osborne 2-9-03 Shane Kelly [1]

11 ran
Non-runners: None
Distances: 2, hd, 1, 3/4, nk, 1 3/4, 13, 10, 8, 15
Time: 1m 27.90s
Breeder: Darley
Breeding: b c Seeking The Gold (USA) - Calando (USA) (Storm Cat (USA))
Tote: Win: £4.80 Places: £1.90; £1.90; £3.60 Exacta: £16.60

MARAAHEL HEADS STOUTE 1-2

Last year’s runner-up Maraahel landed the biggest race of his career when coming out best from stablemate Mountain High to take the Group 2 Hardwicke Stakes.

Winning rider Richard Hills said: “It’s not that easy to get his head in front because he only has one short run. I wanted that run to be a winning one and probably got there a tad soon today but he stuck his head out and is a brave horse.

“He was unlucky in the John Porter this season when I gave him a very ordinary ride but I put it right today. There was a good pace and I was able to travel.

“He deserved this because he’s put in some good efforts in Group 1s but not quite come up to the mark but came right today.

“My wife Jackie rides him out and she said he’s the best he’s ever been and in fact he threw her off on Monday so she has not been able to come today - she trotted out badly this morning!”

Winning trainer Sir Michael Stoute added: “He deserves a big day and has threatened for a while. He was only just beaten in the International at York last year, ran well in the Champion and again in the Hong Kong Cup. He’s had two Group wins at Chester and it’s nice to have one now in an arena like this.

“He has a short run and Richard gave him a great ride. I think he has a Group 1 in him but I don’t know where.”

Stoute was especially pleased with Mountain High’s run and added: “That was his best performance by a long way and he’s really going in the right direction. He’s really progressing and going to have a good year.

“But Hard Top pulled too hard going round Swinley Bottom and you can’t do that here - I think it was a one-off though.”

3.05pm HARDWICKE STAKES (GROUP TWO)
£140,000 guaranteed, 1m 4f, For 4yo+ Weights colts and geldings 9st; fillies 8st 11lb Penalties after September 1, 2005, a winner of a Group Two race 3lb; of a Group One race 5lb Entries 46 pay £370 First Forfeit 34 pay £420 Confirmed 14 pay £260 Penalty Value 1st £79,492; 2nd £30,128; 3rd £15,078; 4th £7,518; 5th £3,766; 6th £1,890

1 MARAAHEL (IRE) (Hamdan Al Maktoum) Sir Michael Stoute 5-9-00 Richard Hills [6] 9/2
2 MOUNTAIN HIGH (IRE) (Sue Magnier & Michael Tabor) Sir Michael Stoute 5-9-00 Kieren Fallon [8] 7/2f
3 ENFORCER (D Clarke & C Edginton) William Muir 4-9-00 Kerrin McEvoy [1] 8/1
4 DAY FLIGHT (Khalid Abdulla) John Gosden 5-9-00 Richard Hughes [9]
5 HARD TOP (IRE) (Ballymacoll Stud) Sir Michael Stoute 4-9-00 Michael Kinane [5]
6 SELF DEFENSE (Fraser Miller Racing) Emma Lavelle 9-9-00 Alan Munro [2]
7 COLLIER HILL (R Hall, David Abell, R Crowe) Alan Swinbank 8-9-05 Dean McKeown [7]
8 BANDARI (IRE) (Hamdan Al Maktoum) Mark Johnston 7-9-00 Martin Dwyer [3]

8 ran
Non-runners: 2 Shawanda
Distances: hd, 1 1/2, 3/4, 2, 1/2, nk, 3
Time: 2m 29.25s
Breeder: Shadwell Estate Company
Breeding: b h Alzao (USA) - Nasanice (IRE) (Nashwan (USA))
Tote: Win: £5.20 Places: £1.70; £1.60; £2.50 Exacta: £18.70

LES ARCS SKIS IN FOR PITT AND McKAY

Les Arcs, who finished last in a maiden hurdle at Cartmel just under two years ago, landed one of Europe’s premier sprint races on the final day of Royal Ascot. In a finish dominated by outsiders Les Arcs at 33-1 defeated 50-1 shot Balthazaar’s Gift to win the Golden Jubilee Stakes (Gr.1).

The John Egan-ridden winner was saddled by first-season trainer Tim Pitt for owner Willie McKay, who placed £2,000 each-way on his horse with Ladbrokes just before the off. Pitt is based at Bawtry in South Yorkshire at a 40-box yard owned by McKay - the latter is a former bookmaker-turned-football agent, who includes Joey Barton, Lauren Robert and Alain Boumsong among his 25-strong squad of players.

McKay’s horse could finish only 11th to Takeover Target in Tuesday’s King’s Stand Stakes, but the winning owner said: “Tim and John were talking about that race this morning and decided the horse was rushed a bit in the King’s Stand. Today John took his time and gave the horse a fantastic ride and Tim Pitt is a great young trainer who is going places.”

Pitt said: “I felt slightly disappointed after the King’s Stand, but when I looked at the replays again he was third at the furlong pole and only beaten just over two lengths by the winner. It had always been the plan to come for this race and he came out of Tuesday’s contest bucking and squealing so we thought we’d take a chance.

“I think six is his better trip. Five is okay if they go a good pace and he can sit and relax and that was the key today. John was able to take his time today, whereas on Tuesday it was hammer from the word go and he was caught off his feet a little.

“After Tuesday we were thinking about going abroad with him or down the handicap route because he had dropped to 110, but now the July Cup would be the obvious place.”

3.45pm GOLDEN JUBILEE STAKES (GROUP ONE)
£35,000 guaranteed, 6f, For 3yo+ Weights 3yo colts and geldings 8st 11lb; fillies 8st 8lb; 4yo+ colts and geldings 9st 4lb; fillies 9st 1lb Weight for age 3 from 4yo+ 7lb Entries 59 pay £875 First Forfeit 48 pay £1015 Confirmed 26 pay £630 Penalty Value 1st £198,730; 2nd £75,320; 3rd £37,695; 4th £18,795; 5th £9,415; 6th £4,725

1 LES ARCS (USA) (Willie McKay) Tim Pitt 6-9-04 John Egan [4] 33/1
2 BALTHAZAAR'S GIFT (IRE) (Ryder Racing Ltd) Kevin Ryan 3-8-11 Jamie Spencer [14] 50/1
3 TAKEOVER TARGET (AUS) (Joe & Ben Janiak) Joe Janiak AUS 7-9-04 Jay Ford [13] 7/2f
4 ASHDOWN EXPRESS (IRE) (W Jackson) Chris Wall 7-9-04 Alan Munro [5] 50/1
5 AMADEUS WOLF (Duddy McDonald Heeney Irishnationalstud) Kevin Ryan 3-8-11 Neil Callan [9]
6 THE TATLING (IRE) (Dab Hand Racing) Milton Bradley 9-9-04 Ryan Moore [2]
7 IFFRAAJ (Godolphin) Saeed bin Suroor 5-9-04 Frankie Dettori [15]
8 EISTEDDFOD (Elite Racing Club) Paul Cole 5-9-04 Jimmy Fortune [1]
9 NOELANI (IRE) (Lady Clague) John Oxx IRE 4-9-01 Michael Kinane [6]
10 GLAMOUR PUSS (NZ) (G Chittick) Danny O'Brien AUS 6-9-01b Steven King [10]
11 PIVOTAL POINT (R Bernard) Peter Makin 6-9-04 Darryll Holland [11]
12 AJIGOLO (Timberhill Racing Partnership) Mick Channon 3-8-11 Sam Hitchcott [8]
13 GIFT HORSE (Alfi And Partners) David Nicholls 6-9-04 Kieren Fallon [3]
14 ETLAALA (Hamdan Al Maktoum) Barry Hills 4-9-04 Richard Hills [19]
15 FAYR JAG (IRE) (Jonathan Gill) Tim Easterby 7-9-04 Richard Quinn [7]
16 ROYAL STORM (IRE) (The Cloran Family) Amanda Perrett 7-9-04 Richard Hughes [12]
17 QUITO (IRE) (Michael Hill) David Chapman 9-9-04b Tony Culhane [18]
18 BECKERMET (IRE) (Bishopthorpe Racing Two) Roger Fisher 4-9-04 Martin Dwyer [16]

18 ran
Non-runners: 12 Steenberg
Distances: nk, 2, 1/2, nk, 1 1/4, hd, 1, sh, 3/4, 1/2, 1 1/4, 2, 1 1/2, 1/2, 5, 1 1/4, 3
Time: 1m 13.12s
Breeder: Elk Manor Farm
Breeding: br g Arch (USA) - La Sorto (USA) (Cormorant (USA))
Tote: Win: £48.70 Places: £11.30; £11.80; £1.60 Exacta: £3,498.00

BALTIC ANOTHER FOR HANDICAP KING MORRISON
Tuesday’s King’s Stand Stakes sixth Baltic King benefitted from a dream passage when returning to Ascot four days later and capturing the Ù80,000 Wokingham Handicap by a length and a half from Firenze.

“He was obviously not fit enough in the King’s Stand,” joked winning trainer Hughie Morrison. “This race was always my preferred target and when he’s on song he’s a very good horse - he’s right up there with the best of them.

“The ground was actually slower today than on Tuesday and then suited him - he’s six now and quite heavy-topped.

“After a furlong I turned to my wife and said that he was last but because they went so fast early there were very few hard-luck stories.

“But it was Intrepid Jack, my other runner, with whom we’d really waited for this race. But the two worked very well last week and I said to James Stafford (racing manager to owners Thurloe Thoroughbreds) that the race we’d win with Baltic King was the Wokingham.

“You don’t win any race at Ascot carrying nearly top weight without being nearly a Group race. I wish I’d put him in the July Cup now but it costs a lot for smaller owners to keep spending £2,500 to put horses in Group 1s.”

Jockey Jimmy Fortune added: “It’s very rare to get a run through like that in the Wokingham and I think the six furlongs suited him better than five, he was just run off his feet a bit on Tuesday.

“It was a great training feat and the trainer told me to drop him in and take our time.

“Taking nothing away from the winner but the Golden Jubilee didn’t ride like a very strong race and I’m sure this horse would have run well. There’s no real top sprinters around at the moment and I think if you ran today’s Group 1 again you’d get three or four different winners.”

4.25pm WOKINGHAM STAKES (HERITAGE HANDICAP)
£80,000 guaranteed, 6f, For 3yo+ Rated 0-110 Weights highest weight not less than 9st 10lb Weights raised 4lb Minimum weight 7st 12lb Penalties after May 27, a winner 5lb; a winner of 2 races 8lb Weight For Age 3 from 4yo+ 7lb One Putra’s Handicap Mark 107 Entries 127 pay £145 First Forfeit 116 pay £165 Confirmed 92 pay £90 Penalty Value 1st £49,856; 2nd £14,928; 3rd £7,464; 4th £3,736; 5th £1,864; 6th £936

1 BALTIC KING (Thurloe Thoroughbreds VIII) Hughie Morrison 6-9-10t Jimmy Fortune [6] 10/1
2 FIRENZE (Jan Hopper) James Fanshawe 5-8-11 Jamie Spencer [1] 5/1f
3 BAHAMIAN PIRATE (USA) (Lucayan Stud & GGN Bloodstock) David Nicholls 11-9-01 Eddie Ahern [8] 33/1
4 BORDERLESCOTT (Border Rail & Plant Ltd) Robin Bastiman 4-9-06 Royston Ffrench [19] 14/1
5 YOMALO (IRE) (F Nowell) Rae Guest 6-9-03 Richard Quinn [4] 14/1
6 INDIAN TRAIL (Martin Love) David Nicholls 6-8-12 Kieren Fallon [20]
7 KOSTAR (Mrs P Scott-Dunn & Mrs F Ryan) Clive Cox 5-8-09 Adam Kirby (3) [12]
8 CONNECT (Mrs P Bowring) Mark Tompkins 9-9-00b Michael Hills [13]
9 BEAVER PATROL (IRE) (G Stevens) Fulke Johnson Houghton 4-8-12 Kerrin McEvoy [11]
10 INTREPID JACK (Michael Lynch) Hughie Morrison 4-9-01 Steve Drowne [15]
11 JUST JAMES (Lucayan Stud) David Nicholls 7-9-02 Alan Munro [7]
12 JUDD STREET (Fulke Johnson Houghton) Fulke Johnson Houghton 4-8-12 Stephen Carson [25]
13 ONE PUTRA (IRE) (Sultan Ahmad Shah) Michael Jarvis 4-9-11t Philip Robinson [10]
14 PEACE OFFERING (IRE) (Lady O’Reilly) David Nicholls 6-8-13 Richard Hughes [5]
15 STRIKE UP THE BAND (The Apple Oak Syndicate) David Nicholls 3-9-05 Adrian Nicholls [21]
16 OBE GOLD (Bdr Partnership) Mick Channon 4-9-08 John Egan [18]
17 MERLIN'S DANCER (Chalfont Foodhalls Ltd) David Nicholls 6-9-02 Tony Culhane [9]
18 BAHIANO (IRE) (Clive Brittain) Clive Brittain 5-9-05 Ryan Moore [17]
19 TEXAS GOLD (C Edginton) William Muir 8-9-06 Martin Dwyer [3]
20 COMMANDO SCOTT (IRE) (Ann Morris) Ian McInnes 5-8-07 Paddy Mathers (3) [22]
21 CHOOKIE HEITON (IRE) (Hamilton Park Members Syndicate) Ian Semple 8-9-05 Michael Kinane [2]
22 GREENSLADES (Four Seasons Racing Ltd) Peter Makin 7-9-03 Darryll Holland [14]
23 ZOMERLUST (P Carr) John Quinn 4-8-13 Graham Gibbons [28]
24 SIR EDWIN LANDSEER (USA) (Biz-Ability Old Master Syndicate) Christian Wroe UAE 6- 9-01p Saleem Golam (3)[24]
25 MUTAMARED (USA) (Errigal Racing) Kevin Ryan 6-9-01 Neil Callan [27]
26 HIGH REACH (Mrs D Edginton) William Muir 6-8-11 Nicky Mackay [26]
27 FIRE UP THE BAND (P Crane, A Barker, S Short) David Nicholls 7-9-08v Pat Dobbs [16]
28 DISTINCTLY GAME (Julian & Rosie Richer) Kevin Ryan 4-8-13b Joe Fanning [23]

28 ran
Non-runners: None
Distances:1 1/2, 1 1/2, 1/2, 1 1/4, hd, hd, sh, nk, 1/2, hd, 3/4, 1/2, sh, 1 1/2, 1, sh, nk, 1/2, 3/4, nk, 1 3/4, 1/2, 3/4, hd, 2 1/2, 2 1/2, 5 Time: 1m 13.15s
Breeder: R & Mrs Knipe
Breeding: b h Danetime (IRE) - Lindfield Belle (IRE) (Fairy King (USA))
Tote: Win: £16.90 Places: £4.60; £1.60; £9.00; £3.50 Exacta: £87.60

YOUNG MICK FIRST ROYAL ASCOT WINNER FOR MARGARSON

Young Mick was the game winner of the Duke of Edinburgh Handicap to give Newmarket trainer George Margarson his first Royal Ascot winner.

The winner took up the running entering the final furlong and the 28/1 shot held on well to deny the 4/1 favourite Glistening by a head under jockey Richard Quinn.

A delighted Margarson said: “I thought he was going to get caught but I don’t think he would have dared get beaten the way I was shouting!

“”I thought Richard may have gone a bit soon but as it turns out he went at the right time.

“I would have been confident had this race been run at Yarmouth but you can only dream of a winner at Royal Ascot. We’ve had two-year-olds run well here before for my main owner, Mr (John) Guest, but those races are always very difficult and you have more chance of a winner in the handicaps.

“On all known form lines though, he was 3lb better in with Wild Savannah who finished an unlucky second in the Wolferton Handicap on their earlier running at Newmarket and I had considered running Young Mick in that race.

“Unlike many horses in this race, he’s used to the hustle and bustle of a big field.

“It’s not bad going from winning a banded race to a handicap at Royal Ascot in six months!

“His dam is a sister to Young Ern and if you saw him work over seven furlongs you would think he was a sprinter. But we have worked out how to ride him and he is best over further.”

Looking ahead, Margarson said: “He’s in the John Smith’s Cup but the Ebor is the race I’ve always really wanted to win as a Yorkshire lad.

“I think he will stay two miles in time.”

4.55pm DUKE OF EDINBURGH STAKES (HERITAGE HANDICAP)
£55,000 guaranteed, 1m 4f, For 3yo+ Rated 0-105 Weights highest weight not less than 9st 10lb Minimum Weight 7st 12lb Penalties after June 17, a winner 4lb; a winner of 2 races 7lb Balkan Knights Handicap Mark 105 Entries 51 pay £220 Penalty Value 1st £34,276; 2nd £10,263; 3rd £5,131.50; 4th £2,568.50; 5th £1,281.50; 6th £643.50

1 YOUNG MICK (M Kentish) George Margarson 4-8-08v Richard Quinn [4] 28/1
2 GLISTENING (Paul Makin, G Peterson & O Glenn) Luca Cumani 4-9-00 Nicky Mackay [6] 4/1f
3 PALOMAR (USA) (Sir Robert Ogden) Roger Charlton 4-9-05 Steve Drowne [13] 16/1
4 POLYGONAL (FR) (Ernst Oertel) Ernst Oertel 6-8-09 John Egan [11] 50/1
5 THUNDER ROCK (IRE) (Gay Smith) Sir Michael Stoute 4-8-08 Kieren Fallon [2]
6 REHEARSAL (Elite Racing Club) Len Lungo 5-8-11 Jamie Spencer [12]
7 CONSULAR (Poilin Good) Michael Jarvis 4-8-09 Philip Robinson [14]
8 CHANTACO (USA) (The Pink Hat Racing Partnership) Andrew Balding 4- 8-13 Martin Dwyer [1]
9 BRAVO MAESTRO (USA) (Nigel Shields) Nick Littmoden 5-8-09 Ryan Moore [18]
10 ALFIE NOAKES (G Stevens) Amanda Perrett 4-8-07 Kerrin McEvoy [8]
11 BALKAN KNIGHT (Raymond Tooth) David Elsworth 6-9-10 Frankie Dettori [15]
12 OBRIGADO (USA) (Brian Haggas) William Haggas 6-8-07 Darryll Holland [19]
13 VENGEANCE (T Staplehurst) Simon Dow 6-9-00 Pat Dobbs [9]
14 CROW WOOD (Marie Taylor) John Quinn 7-8-11 Graham Gibbons [16]
15 CRUISE DIRECTOR (Maggie Bull) Ian Williams 6-8-05 Adrian Nicholls [17]
16 TEMPLE PLACE (IRE) (Brendan Richardson & Jon Glews) Donald McCain Jnr 5-8-08t Royston Ffrench [10]
17 ARTURIUS (IRE) (N O’Farrell) Philip Rothwell IRE 4-9-07 Neil Callan [7]
18 PAGAN SWORD (The Gap Partnership) Amanda Perrett 4-8-07v Michael Kinane [5]
19 ALL THAT AND MORE (IRE) (Gainsborough Stud) Barry Hills 4-9-00 Michael Hills [3]

19 ran
Non-runners: None
Distances: hd, 1/2, 1/2, nk, hd, sh, hd, 1 1/4, 1/2, sh, 1 1/4, hd, 1, 6, 3/4, 26, 1 1/2, 1
Time: 2m 29.97s
Breeder: M Kentish
Breeding: br g King’s Theatre (IRE) - Just Warning (Warning)
Tote: Win: £29.50 Places: £4.50; £2.00; £5.70; 12.10 Exacta: £286.70

BADDAM STAYS AHEAD OF THE REST TO WIN TWICE AT ROYAL MEETING

He had to gallop a total of five miles and two furlongs, but that effort paid off today for the Mick Channon-trained Baddam, who completed a Royal Ascot 2006 double.

On Tuesday he won the Ascot Stakes over two and a half miles and today he won Britain’s longest flat race open to professional jockeys, the Queen Alexandra Stakes over two and three-quarter miles.

Baddam’s double was most recently achieved in 1978, when trainer Bill Watts and jockey John Lowe teamed up with Mountain Cross. The latest double marathon winner is owned by Noel Martin and was ridden each time by Ian Mongan, who described Baddam as “the toughest horse I’ve ever ridden”.

Channon took on Baddam this year from John Dunlop. Arundel-based Dunlop recommended the move to wheelchair-bound Martin who lives nearer Channon’s Berkshire yard and now has three horses at West Ilsley.

Channon said: “I’m absolutely delighted - he’s a horse I’ll remember for a very long time. He’s quite an amazing horse with quite an amazing owner.

“He’s a smashing horse to have about and Noel has always had faith in him - I think we’ve found his ideal distance almost by default, which is probably a bit like Les Arcs who won the big race here today. These things happen in racing and when they do it’s great, but to have two winners in a week at Royal Ascot with the same horse is amazing - especially over staying distances; to do it with a sprinter would be one thing, but with a stayer is very special.

“I’ve got echoes of Bill Wightman in my ear. Bill [the late trainer] was one of my mentors and he always said ‘in this game what you want is extremes - you want five-furlong horses, not five-and-a-half-furlong horses, and you want two-mile plus horses’. Then you’ve got a chance, and we’ve got one here.”

5.30pm QUEEN ALEXANDRA STAKES
£55,000 guaranteed, 2m 5f 159yds, (Class 2) Conditions Race For 4yo+ Weights colts and geldings 9st; fillies 8st 9lb; 5yo+ horses and geldings 9st 2lb; fillies and mares 8st 11lb Penalties after June 15, 2005, for each class 3 or class 2 race won 3lb; for each class 1 race won 5lb (handicaps excluded for the purpose of penalties) (penalties cumulative and maximum penalty 10lb) Weight for age 4 from 5yo+ 2lb Entries 25 pay £200 Penalty Value 1st £34,276; 2nd £10,263; 3rd £5,131.50; 4th £2,568.50; 5th £1,281.50; 6th £643.50

1 BADDAM (Noel Martin) Mick Channon 4-9-00 Ian Mongan [4] 11/2
2 COVER UP (IRE) (Ballymacoll Stud) Sir Michael Stoute 9-9-12 Kieren Fallon [13] 3/1f
3 VINANDO (Evelyn Hankinson) Charles Egerton 5-9-02tb Frankie Dettori [9] 4/1
4 EBTIKAAR (IRE) (Hamdan Al Maktoum) John Dunlop 4-9-00 Richard Hills [12] 9/2
5 CORRIB ECLIPSE (M Ioannou) Ian Williams 7-9-02 Ryan Moore [2]
6 DANCING BAY (Elite Racing Club) Nicky Henderson 9-9-02 Jamie Spencer [11]
7 ESTABLISHMENT (Annie Cyzer) Charles Cyzer 9-9-02 Martin Dwyer [10]
8 CONSIDINE (USA) (Desperate Housewives Syndicate) Charlie Mann 5-9-02 Tony Culhane [1]
9 DOVEDON HERO (Michael Whatley) Charlie McBride 6-9-02b Jimmy Fortune [7]
10 THREE COUNTIES (IRE) (Mrs E Rossiter) Nathan Rossiter 5-9-02 Mark Coumbe [5]
11 AVALON (Patsy Byrne) Jonjo O'Neill -9-00 Michael Kinane [3]
12 DUBAI SUNDAY (JPN) (Eventmaker Partnership) Phil McEntee 5-9-02tb Brian Reilly [8]
13 BRENDAN'S SURPRISE (Racing For All Club) Karl Burke 4-9-00 Neil Callan [6]

13 ran
Non-runners: None
Distances: nk, 3/4, 1 1/2, hd, 1/2, 4, 3/4, 11, 6, 7, 7
Time: 5m 04.06s
Breeder: V Rapkins
Breeding: b c Mujahid (USA) - Aude La Belle (FR) (Ela-Mana-Mou)
Tote: Win: £7.20 Places: £2.30; £1.80; £1.90 Exacta: £28.60

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