International / 04/11/2022
Newmarket (UK), Tuesday
Earl of Sefton Stakes (Gr3)
A photo. Master of Seas when he won the Craven Stakes last year
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The master of the seas resumes
Last year, lord of the seas (Dubawi) won the Craven Stakes (Gr3) before losing on the last step poetic flash (Approaching dawn) to 2000 guineas (Gr1). Then the Godolphin colt ran into trouble during the summer and never made a name for himself again in the second part of the season. Charlie Appleby sent him to Del Mar for the Breeders’ Cup mile, but he was declared a non-runner in the pits. Neutered this winter, Master and Master will return in the Earl of Sefton Stakes (Gr. 3, 1800m), in which he is the favorite. megallan (Kingman) also had a tough season in 3rd but won his group in the Sovereign Stakes (Gr3). Seen in France, residents John and Thaddy Gosden became disillusioned with Qatar Jockey Club Prizes (Gr1) and Qatar Prize Dollars (Gr2).
Catch Twentytwo for South Africa. The race should probably not be reduced to a match between Master of the Seas and Megallan. A third horse might do well. Catch Twenty Two (The Elusive Fort), which will make its European debut under the direction of Jane Chapple-Hyam. In South Africa, he placed at the Gr1 level behind the Triple Crown winner. Malmus (Captain Al) and other local champions such as rainbow bridge (ideal world) or pitch dark (Trippy). The great South African trainer Mike De Kock recently felt, perhaps rightly, that local handicappers were giving too high ratings, thereby penalizing horses when they arrived in Europe. But either way, ranked 116, Catch Twentytwo will line up in Gr3 with a distribution three times higher than Grs1 in South Africa. The other four at the start are outsiders.
Earl Sefton Stax
Gr3 – 4 years and up – 1800m – £80,000
|one||Bell Rock||A. Bald||D. Probert (2)|
|2||brunch||Mr. Dods||C. Beasley (3)|
|3||Catch Twenty Two||J. Chapple-Hyam||R.Tart (7)|
|4||Chichester||C. Dalglish||C. Rodriguez (5)|
|5||father of jazz||R. Varian||C. Shepherd (1)|
|6||lord of the seas||C. Appleby||W. Buick (6)|
|7||megallan||J. and T. Gosden||L.Dettori (4)|
Newmarket (UK), Tuesday
Lanwades Stud Nell Gwyn Stakes (Gr3)
Looking for an outsider for 1000 guineas
The approach of English trainers to 1000 guineas has changed a lot. The last filly to win the classic after winning the Lanwades Stud was Nell Gwyn (Gr3). speciosa (Danehill Dancer), 2006 Over the next fifteen editions of guineas, France took three victories, and that’s with three fillies back in Prix Imprudence (Gr3). Ireland has eight successes, including five fillies that arrived without a race, while England has four, with two fillies that returned in the classic and two that went without a race, carried away by this preparation that opens the Craven meeting. This year, nine fillies will take part in the trials. favourite, Seal (Aclaim), whose best value (109) is his third place in the Phillies Mile (Gr1), is displayed between 25 and 50/1 in an antepost of 1000 guineas.
Hello Rockefel line. Lead the opposition Hey (Invincible Spirit), who at the age of 2 beat the favorite in the Rockfel Stakes (Gr2) on the same course in 1400 m in a straight line. It is offered at a price of 25/1 in Guineas. perfectnews (Frankel) is the third lot to achieve a three-figure ranking in 2021, finishing third in the Oh So Sharp Stakes (Gr3). romantic time (Time Trial) came up with a big surprise by winning the Phillies’ Dick Poole Stakes (Gr. 3) 28/1, while Riches Baar (El Cabeir) no luck at Oh So Sharp. Ribbon Pink (Time Test), who opened his record with his debut at the same track in October, has the advantage of already coming back with a win.
LANVADES STUD BET NELL GWIN
Group 3, 3 years filly, 1400m – £80,000.
|one||Hey||D. Lonein||R. Ryan (5)|
|2||Almohandes||C. Burke||A. Atseny (6)|
|3||Seal||J. Boogie||W. Buick (8)|
|4||Flash Betty||Mr. Channon||S. de Souza (2)|
|5||perfectnews||V.Haggas||T. Marquand (9)|
|6||Ribbon Pink||Mr. Botti||N. Callan (3)|
|7||Riches Baar||D. O’Meara||D. Tudhope (4)|
|eight||romantic time||W. Stone||H. Doyle (7)|
|nine||System||R. Hanno||S. Levy (1)|
Newmarket (UK), Tuesday
European Free Handicap (L)
New science, last call
The European Free Handicap (L) has been seen as a guinea test that has produced three classic winners over the past thirty years. The last one indian harbor (Indian Ridge), 2003 Only one in five candidates is on the list of 2000 guineas (Gr1). This new science (Lope de Vega), bred in France by Jennifer and Frédéric Bianco. It was bought by Godolphin for 260,000 euros at a breeding sale, where it was offered by Haras d’Étreames. Last year, he won the Pat Eddery Stakes (left) by defeating eventual winner Gr1. blue angel (Dark Angel). Resident Charlie Appleby, who fled listlessly during his return to the Jumeirah Classic (left), is displayed at 66/1 in the 2,000 guineas outpost. His task is not easy, because he will carry five pounds more than Takarib Bay (Night of Thunder), group 3 and seven more than Shadwell Ribhi (Dark Angel). filly honey sweet (Adaai) won the Zeddaan Prize (left), but on heavy ground.