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He trains at Clarehaven Stables in Newmarket. Early Life John grew up near Eastbourne, Sussex, south of London. California John trained over winners during his time in California, including champion Bates Motel, who won the San Antonio Handicap, the Santa Anita Handicap, and the Philip H.
Queen Of Time looks well weighted and Rain Goddess ran well in the French Guineas on very soft ground where the 11 th that day, Senga, has since won the French Oaks on better ground but has a lot of weight to carry.
Her only win came on good to firm ground and she could run into a place if she finds that improvement.
Bean Feasa is another one who is interesting at a big price. Sometimes you just have to hold your hands up and admit you were wrong, and that was certainly the case with Tepin and indeed EVERY OTHER RACE ON THE CARD.
She was brilliant, and the gamble for connections paid off in some style. What price a race between The Gurkha, Galileo Gold, Awtaad and Tepin at Glorious Goodwood?!
Day Two centres largely around the fillies, although potentially the big story of the day is the appearance of A Shin Hikari, who simply could not have been more impressive when winning at Chantilly last time out.
This Group 3 looks as open as any race at the Royal meeting, with a field of 21 runners declared and only 4 of those in single figure prices.
However, this is a big step up in class and at the prices I prefer GIFTED MASTER for Hugo Palmer and Pat Smullen. Gifted Master, to put it politely, was a rather exuberant 2yo and once he was gelded, his form went to a new level.
However, that gelding operation excluded him from being a Guineas contender — he would have been one and instead has been campaigned over 6f this year in spite of winning over both 7f and a mile as a 2yo.
Of the rest, the Godolphin challenge looks strong and I also like the look of Ibn Malik. Selection: GIFTED MASTER each way. Acapulco was physically head and shoulders above her rivals and would have won over any track against any 2yo filly on that day.
Selection: ROLY POLY each way Alternative: AL JOHRAH each way. The penalty system for this race means that Miss Temple City carries 5lbs for her US Grade 1 win, whilst Devonshire and USHERETTE carry 3lbs each for their Group 2 victories at the Curragh and Newmarket respectively.
It is Usherette who is of most interest, however, given that Newmarket win was a clear career best and she has only been beaten once in her 6 career starts to date.
Being so lightly raced means she is still open to further progression, and under the watchful eye of the French master Andre Fabre she can take this for Godolphin.
Godolphin are coming at this mob-handed, with Devonshire, the smart improver Always Smile and the excellent Lucida providing strong competition.
Selection: USHERETTE. As a result, A Shin Hikari has been backed in to odds-on favouritism, and with the likely defection of The Grey Gatsby for similar reasons to Time Test we will probably have just five runners.
Selection: No bet. The first of two I tentatively like at double figures are DONNCHA, who was fifth behind Convey at York when slowly away and met trouble in running and has Tom Marquand claiming a valuable 3lbs.
The second is MR OWEN, who has some very smart 3yo form in France including a 3rd in the French Guineas. Over the past 13 months he has contested four Group 1 or 2 races and won at Listed level, so even though he is fourth in the weights he might be able to translate that into a place.
Selection: DONNCHA each way Alternative: MR OWEN each way. Another huge field and another tough one to unravel, including six last time out winners who could be open to further improvement.
She has posted successive RPRs of 81, 91 and 96 and will take some beating if she improves again. Anamba, Czabo and Aljuljalah all make appeal, as does Mix and Mingle who was a creditable 7th in the Guineas.
However, I fancy the Queen to notch a Royal winner in the form of either DIPLOMA or MAKE FAST. She must be respected for Sir Michael Stoute and Ryan Moore.
Conversely, Make Fast has never raced over a mile, but she was second in a Listed race last year at Newbury on soft ground and was second on Oaks day at Epsom when it was certainly sticky underfoot.
Selection: DIPLOMA each way Alternative: MAKE FAST each way. The Craven Meeting sensibly returned to its three day format and despite soft ground I daresay most trainers were happy to get their charges onto the historic turf.
Thunderstorms were promised for the three days but failed to materialise as expected. However things changed markedly before the Craven Stakes itself when the loudest thunderclap I think I have ever experienced exploded above the grandstand.
I expected the whole building to collapse but thankfully nothing was hit. All through the week most of the horses were dull in the coats with many still trace clipped.
I would also add that the form of the Craven Meeting can be overestimated and the form from The Guineas Meeting usually works out better but as the man said — you have to start somewhere.
On the Tuesday heavy rain for about twelve hours prior to the afternoon, ensured soft ground and slow times but it should always be remembered that this is the best turf in the world and there is always a rich cushion of roots underneath which absorb much of the rainfall.
The going therefore never gets as testing as elsewhere. There was no wind for the three days and time figures should be true. First off the blocks in the fillies maiden was Swiss Range trained by John Gosden.
My pre race view that this was the nearest thing to a certainty was confirmed when spied in the paddock. She had done well since last Autumn and was fit enough to do herself justice.
Declared to wear a hood, she also had a cross nose band which did raise something of a doubt. On the way to post she tracked her stablemate but although a little keen was pretty much under control.
In the race itself, Frankie had no intention of covering her up behind other horses, preferring instead to let her stride out on the wide outside.
Racing nicely she quickened well when asked and came clear to land me a punt. She will step up in class. The Richard Hannon trained Desert Force looked to have continued his development and will do better in 6 furlong handicaps.
In the Fielden Stakes Tathqeef gave them all start and did well to get close till giving best close. He can only improve. The first Classic Trial of the year took place with the Nell Gwyn Stakes for 3yo fillies and as expected the favourite Nathra took the spoils.
She was fully fit and did it nicely but this was way short of Guineas standard. Quite simply I tend to ignore the runnings and trust my eyes as to whether they have trained on.
His filly in this race was Coolmore who has done well since last year and has overtaken Nathra on inspection. She will step up a deal on this.
The Friday of the Derby meeting is one that displays the highest quality fillies in the pinnacle race of its kind. And the fillies were certainly out in force glistening in the Surrey sun as Ladies Day came to Epsom.
Bright and early, our team of RaceMakers were on the course gearing up for the magnificent festival. Baked in sunshine, RaceMakers were paired up and on hand at each entrance to greet the guest in their stylish outfits and glamorous dresses and make each guest feel welcome and relaxed.
On this day, the crowd held many first-time racegoers and this is where RaceMakers were given a chance to shine. More than just a happy face, RaceMakers were able to navigate guests around the course and make sure they were smiling as much as we were.
As the crowd began to grow, so did the excitement and passion of the RaceMakers. As we circled the course and mingled with the crowd it was fantastic to meet people from all walks of life.
Our very own John Hanley only fancied one horse that day, and that was Abseil. He told a well-dressed lady to only back Abseil and he duly obliged.
This lady then sought out John amongst the thousands-strong crowd and planted a smacker on his lips as a thank you — lucky man!
RaceMakers are easily approachable and recognisable by our blue Qipco jackets and the crowd did not hesitate. One of the finest Derby stories you will hear this year will be the gentlemen from Kent who managed to send half a dozen RaceMakers around the course in search of on item: jellied eels.
However, the best story you will hear around flat racing this season is from three gentlemen who take up the same bench at Epsom by the furlong pole every year.
John, Barry and Melvin sat peacefully at the furlong pole, Racing Post in hand and a race card in the other.
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