Thursday, June 02, 2011


Carlton House, the Queen’s horse, is one of 13 declared runners for the premier Classic, the Investec Derby, which takes place at Epsom Downs at 4pm on Saturday, June 4.

The three-year-old Street Cry colt is an intended runner in the 12-furlong Group One worth £1,250,000 after picking up a slight injury earlier this week.

He exercised over four furlongs at Newmarket this morning and connections are waiting to see how his near-fore joint, which slightly swelled up on Monday evening, reacts.

Trained by Sir Michael Stoute, Carlton House was the ready winner of the best Investec Derby trial, the totesport Dante Stakes, at York on May 12.

The Queen has had nine runners in the Derby, coming closest with the first of them, Aureole, who finished second to Pinza in 1953. She has been at Epsom Downs for Derby Day in the great majority of years since then.

Carlton House, due to be ridden by Ryan Moore who was successful last year in both the Investec Derby (Workforce) and Investec Oaks (Snow Fairy), is the 7/4 favourite with William Hill, the official betting partner for the Investec Derby Festival.

The Andre Fabre-trained Pour Moi, who ran a good trial when the decisive winner of the Group Two Prix Greffulhe at Saint-Cloud on May 7, is next in William Hill’s market at 7/2. The colt worked pleasingly under big-race jockey Mickael Barzalona at Epsom Downs last week during Breakfast With The Stars. He is Fabre’s first Investec Derby runner since 2006.

The other French runner is Vadamar (16/1), trained by Alain de Royer Dupre for the Aga Khan. He also ran in the Prix Greffulhe and finished third after starting the odds-on favourite, staying on without getting to Pour Moi over 10 furlongs.

Ireland’s champion trainer, Aidan O’Brien, has four runners, headed by Recital (5/1), the mount of Kieren Fallon, who won the Group Three Derrinstown Stud Trial by a length and a half from Memphis Tennessee (20/1) at Leopardstown on May 8, while Seville (13/2), second to Carlton House in the totesport Dante, and Treasure Beach (25/1), who took the Group Three Chester Vase over the Derby distance by a head from Nathaniel on May 5, complete the team.

O’Brien, interviewed this afternoon on At The Races, said it would be very hard to pick between his four runners because it was difficult to judge how far they have come on from their last races and added: “I would probably pick the wrong one.

“The Derby is an unbelievably special race - it is the ultimate test of a thoroughbred. We are just so lucky to have some horses to run in it.”

Godolphin relies on the Mahmood Al Zarooni-trained Ocean War (16/1), unbeaten in two starts this year, and Frankie Dettori takes the mount.

The Ed Dunlop-trained Native Khan (10/1) has Classic form, having finished third to Frankel in the QIPCO 2000 Guineas over a mile at Newmarket on April 30. He too gained experience of Epsom Downs at Breakfast With The Stars, and has to tackle an extra half-mile in the Investec Derby with Johnny Murtagh up.

John Gosden’s runner is Masked Marvel (25/1), the three-length winner of the Listed IBA Cocked Hat Stakes at Goodwood on May 18.

The Dante third Pisco Sour (100/1) is a first Investec Derby runner for trainer Hughie Morrison who has booked Jimmy Fortune to ride.

The other two Investec Derby hopefuls are outsiders Marhaba Malyoon (200/1) and Castlemorris King (500/1).

The going is GOOD at Epsom Downs and that will be the ground description tomorrow morning for the first day of Investec Derby Festival.

Watering has continued today on parts of the course with Andrew Cooper, Director of Racing and Clerk of the Course at Epsom Downs, making sure that the ground is consistent throughout.

He said: "We are putting on two to three millimetres of water over parts of the course to balance things up. The watering will be completed by the end of the afternoon.

"There is plenty of moisture in the ground and, though the course will dry in the good weather, we hope to start Saturday on going that is no worse than good, good to firm in places.

"The course is in great shape and it walks quite even and consistent. The grass cover is good and the going is slightly better than for the start of the meeting last year.

"We watered during the meeting for the first time last year. I would prefer not to do that this year but we will see how the ground rides tomorrow before making a final decision."

The GoingStick reading at 7am this morning was 7.8 (Home Straight Stands' Side 8.1, Far Side 7.8).

The inside rail tomorrow (Friday, June 3) will be dolled out five yards from the mile pole to the six-furlong marker.

From the five-furlong pole to the winning post, the inside rail will be dolled out by up to 5 yards. This will add 10 yards to race distances.

The forecast is for dry and increasingly warm weather, with temperatures in the low to mid 20s tomorrow and on Saturday.


Class 1, Group 1, £1,250,000 Total Prize Fund, 4.00pm, Epsom Downs, Saturday, June 4, 2011. For three-year-olds only, entire colts & fillies, one mile, four furlongs and 10 yards. Entries closed December 1, 2009 (444 entries). First scratchings deadline noon, March 1, 2011 (125 remained), £8,000 secondary entry stage noon, April 5, 2011 (12 extra entries received), second scratchings deadline noon, May 19, 2011 (22 remained), £75,000 supplementary entry & five-day confirmation stage, noon, May 30, 2011, (17 confirmed) final declaration stage 10am, June 2, 2011 (13 declared runners).

No./Form Horse Owner Trainer/Jockey/Draw
1) 21-1 CARLTON HOUSE (USA) The Queen Sir Michael Stoute/Ryan Moore (13)

2) 0560-5 CASTLEMORRIS KING (v) Charles O'Connell Michael Attwater/Mark Coumbe (11)

3) 1-6 MARHABA MALYOON (IRE) Ahmad Al Shaikh David Simcock/Jamie Spencer (8)

4) 16-51 MASKED MARVEL Bjorn Nielsen John Gosden/William Buick (5)

5) 5(1)-2 MEMPHIS TENNESSEE (IRE) Sue Magnier, Michael Tabor & Derrick Smith Aidan O’Brien IRE/Joseph O’Brien (6)

6) 114-13 NATIVE KHAN (FR) Ibrahim Araci Ed Dunlop/Johnny Murtagh (3)

7) 5-11 OCEAN WAR Godolphin Mahmood Al Zarooni/Frankie Dettori (10)

8) 0(1)120-3 PISCO SOUR (USA) Michael Kerr-Dineen Hughie Morrison/Jimmy Fortune (1)
9) 01-31 POUR MOI (IRE) Sue Magnier, Michael Tabor, Derrick Smith Andre Fabre FR/Mickael Barzalona (7)

10) 11-31 RECITAL (FR) Sue Magnier/Michael Tabor/Derrick Smith/Eduard Mordukhovich Aidan O’Brien IRE/Kieren Fallon (4)

11) 212-2 SEVILLE (GER) Michael Tabor, Derrick Smith & Sue Magnier Aidan O’Brien IRE/Christophe Soumillon (2)

12) 21123-1 TREASURE BEACH Derrick Smith, Sue Magnier, Michael Tabor Aidan O’Brien IRE/Colm O’Donoghue (12)

13) 61-13 VADAMAR (FR) H H Aga Khan Alain de Royer Dupre FR/Christophe Lemaire (9)
13 declared runners
4 Irish-trained
2 French-trained
CARLTON HOUSE The Queen-9 Sir Michael Stoute-34 Ryan Moore-5
CASTLEMORRIS KING Charles O'Connell-0 Michael Attwater-0 Mark Coumbe-0
MARHABA MALYOON Ahmad Al Shaikh-0 David Simcock-0 Jamie Spencer-7
MASKED MARVEL Bjorn Nielsen-2 John Gosden-13 William Buick-1
MEMPHIS TENNESSEE Sue Magnier, Michael Tabor & Derrick Smith-6 Aidan O’Brien IRE-44 Joseph O’Brien-0
NATIVE KHAN Ibrahim Araci-0 Ed Dunlop-2 Johnny Murtagh-14
OCEAN WAR Godolphin-23 Mahmood Al Zarooni-2 Frankie Dettori-18
PISCO SOUR Michael Kerr-Dineen-0 Hughie Morrison-0 Jimmy Fortune-6
POUR MOI Sue Magnier, Michael Tabor, Derrick Smith-6 Andre Fabre FR-9 Mickael Barzalona-0
RECITAL Sue Magnier/Michael Tabor/Derrick Smith/Eduard Mordukhovich-1 Aidan O’Brien IRE-44 Kieren Fallon-10
SEVILLE Michael Tabor, Derrick Smith & Sue Magnier-7 Aidan O’Brien IRE-44 Christophe Soumillon-3
TREASURE BEACH Derrick Smith, Sue Magnier, Michael Tabor-8 Aidan O’Brien IRE-44Colm O’Donoghue-4
VADAMAR (FR) H H Aga Khan-11 Alain de Royer Dupre FR-1 Christophe Lemaire-0
For further information please contact:
Rupert Trevelyan, Managing Director at Epsom Downs Racecourse, on 01372 726311
Andrew Cooper, Director of Racing at Epsom Downs Racecourse, on 07774 230850
Johnno Spence at JSC Sport on 07860 583307


Wednesday, June 01, 2011




Final declarations have been made today for the two Group One contests on day one, Investec Ladies’ Day, of the 2011 Investec Derby Festival at Epsom Downs on Friday, June 3 - the £325,000 Investec Oaks (4.05pm) and the £250,000 Investec Coronation Cup (2.45pm).

Both contests take place over one mile, four furlongs and both form part of the QIPCO British Champions’ Series.

Godolphin’s Blue Bunting is one of 13 set to line up in the fillies’ Classic, the Investec Oaks, and will attempt to become the first horse since Kazzia, who also raced for Godolphin, to complete the QIPCO 1000 Guineas/Investec Oaks double.

She is the 2/1 favourite with William Hill, official betting partner of the Investec Derby Festival, and will be partnered by Frankie Dettori who is seeking a fourth Investec Oaks success.

Mahmood Al Zarooni, trainer of Blue Bunting, revealed today: “Blue Bunting is doing very well and she has improved since her victory at Newmarket.

“The most surprising thing about her winning the QIPCO 1000 Guineas was that she coped so well with the ground. Her two wins last season came on a softer surface and we were a little concerned about how she would run on faster going, but Blue Bunting showed that she is a classy and versatile filly.

“We have always regarded her as a nice filly and she made most of the running twice as a juvenile and it’s hard to do that, especially over a straight mile at Newmarket.

“We decided to try and shield her in the QIPCO 1000 Guineas and let her finish the race to try and get placed. They went a good pace and the strong wind made it very difficult for the horses at the front, which also played to her stamina.

“I think that the best thing to do on Friday will be to drop her in at first. It takes her a long time to get going in her races - we saw that at Newmarket, when she was outpaced at the start but started to get going in the second half of the race.

“The course is a bit of an unknown but she is a well-balanced filly and I am hopeful that she can cope with the track. It won’t be easy to win but she is a classy filly and has already won a Classic.

“She has the best jockey riding her and we have every chance of winning another big race.”

The strongest challenge to Blue Bunting’s quest for a second Classic would appear to come from the Aidan O’Brien stable. The Irish champion trainer is set to saddle four runners, including Wonder Of Wonders (4/1 second favourite with William Hill), winner of the Listed Cheshire Oaks last time out, and Misty For Me (13/2), who also brings Classic form into the race having landed the Irish 1,000 Guineas at the Curragh on May 22. Completing the Ballydoyle quartet are Eirnin (100/1), who will provide a first British Classic ride for the trainer’s son Joseph, and Why (50/1). A fifth Irish-trained runner is Siren’s Song (20/1) from the Jessica Harrington stable, who was last seen out when taking a Listed contest at Navan on April 17.

Sir Michael Stoute will saddle Havant (11/2), the mount of Ryan Moore, who finished a staying-on sixth behind Blue Bunting in the QIPCO 1000 Guineas, while the only unbeaten filly going into Friday’s contest is Zain Al Boldan (10/1), victorious in the Listed Oaks Trial at Lingfield on May 7, who will be aiming to give trainer Mick Channon a first Classic success. Channon will also be represented by outsider Fork Handles (100/1).

Owner Benny Andersson, best known as one of the members of 1970s supergroup ABBA, has a decent chance with Beatrice Aurore (14/1), who was the ready winner of the Listed Height Of Fashion Stakes at Goodwood on May 18.

Izzi Top (33/1) and Dancing Rain (14/1) occupied the first two places in the Listed Swettenham Stud Fillies' Trial Stakes at Newbury on May 13, while the field is completed by Blaise Chorus (100/1), runner-up to Wonder Of Wonders at Chester.


St Nicholas Abbey was the winter favourite for the 2010 Investec Derby following his spectacular success in the 2009 Racing Post Trophy but unfortunately he never made it to Epsom Downs. However, on Friday he finally gets the chance to run over the unique course in the Investec Coronation Cup for which he is one of five declared runners.

The four-year-old Montjeu colt, who will be partnered by Ryan Moore, finished third on his reappearance at the Curragh in April before putting up an eye-catching display in the Group Three Ormonde Stakes at Chester on May 6, when he scored by an impressive nine lengths. Trained by Aidan O’Brien, who has landed four of the past six renewals of the Investec Coronation Cup, he is the 10/11 favourite with William Hill.

Midday (13/8 with William Hill) found only Sariska a head too strong in the 2009 Investec Oaks and has gone on to register five successes at Group/Grade One level. Trained by Henry Cecil, the five-year-old mare is set to take on male opposition for the first time since April, 2009, when she chased home Debussy in the Blue Riband Trial Stakes at Epsom Downs.

Trainer James Given is doubly represented with recent Group Two QIPCO Jockey Club Stakes victor Dandino (7/1) and Indian Days (20/1), who finished third behind his stablemate in that Newmarket contest on April 30.

Completing the line-up is another mare in Clowance (20/1), who finished fourth in the 2008 Investec Oaks and will be making her seasonal reappearance for Derby-winning trainer Roger Charlton. The six-year-old daughter of Montjeu is in foal to Oasis Dream.


The going at Epsom Downs is currently:


Andrew Cooper, Director of Racing and Clerk of the Course at Epsom Downs, said today: “The going remains good overall at Epsom Downs, with slightly faster ground on the sprint course.

“Our plan for today is to water the entire course and we will be applying between two and three millimetres of irrigation. We will then assess the situation later today.”

The GoingStick reading at 7.00am today was 7.8 overall. The forecast is for dry and warm weather.

For further information please contact:

Rupert Trevelyan, Managing Director at Epsom Downs Racecourse, on 01372 726311

Andrew Cooper, Director of Racing at Epsom Downs Racecourse, on 07774 230850

Johnno Spence at JSC Sport on 07860 583307


Class 1, Group 1, £325,000 Total Prize Fund. 4.05pm, Epsom Downs, Friday, June 3, 2011. For three-year-old fillies only. One mile, four furlongs and 10 yards. Weights: 9st each. Entries closed March 15, entries revealed March 17 (93 entries). Scratchings deadline noon, May 19, 2011 (25 remained). £20,000 supplementary entry stage and six-day confirmation stage May 28 (16 confirmations), final declaration stage 10.00am, June 1 (13 declared runners). Form figures supplied by Weatherbys and include the racing up to and including Tuesday, May 31. May not include some overseas form.

Form Horse Owner Trainer

1) 01-511 BEATRICE AURORE (IRE) Benny Andersson John Dunlop/Ted Durcan

2) (2)(3)2 BLAISE CHORUS (IRE) John Deer Barry Hills/Michael Hills

3) 211-1 BLUE BUNTING (USA) Godolphin Mahmood Al Zarooni/Frankie Dettori
4) 2-12 DANCING RAIN (IRE) M & L Taylor William Haggas/Johnny Murtagh
5) 001-00 EIRNIN (IRE) Annemarie O'Brien/Sue Magnier/Michael Tabor Aidan O'Brien IRE/Joseph O’Brien
6) 14034-3 FORK HANDLES Dr Marwan Koukash Mick Channon/Jamie Spencer

7) 11-6 HAVANT James & Anita Wigan Sir Michael Stoute/Ryan Moore

8) 2-131 IZZI TOP Helena Springfield Ltd John Gosden/William Buick

9) 01211-01 MISTY FOR ME (IRE) Michael Tabor, Derrick Smith & Sue Magnier Aidan O'Brien IRE/Seamie Heffernan
10) 21 SIREN'S SONG (IRE) Juliet Cooper Jessica Harrington IRE/Fran Berry

11) 4410-60 WHY (IRE) Magnier/Tabor/Smith/Niarchos Family Aidan O'Brien IRE/Mickael Barzalona

12) 2-011 WONDER OF WONDERS (USA) Michael Tabor, Derrick Smith & Sue Magnier Aidan O'Brien IRE/Kieren Fallon
13) 1-11 ZAIN AL BOLDAN Jaber Abdullah Mick Channon/Sam Hitchcott

13 declared runners

5 Irish-trained

Group One, £250,000 Total Prize Fund. 2.45pm, Epsom Downs, Friday, June 3, 2011. For four-year-olds and upwards, one mile, four furlongs and 10 yds. Weights; colts and geldings 9st; fillies 8st 11lb. Entries closed April 5, entries revealed April 6 (27 entries), scratchings deadline May 17 (15 remained), six-day confirmation & £20,000 supplementary stage May 28 (7 confirmations), final declaration stage 10.00am, June 1 (5 declared runners). Form figures supplied by Weatherbys and are correct up to and including the racing of Tuesday, May 31. May not include some overseas form.

Form Horse Age/Wt Owner Trainer/Jockey

1) 1200-11 DANDINO 4-9-00 Elite Racing Club James Given/Paul Mulrennan
2) 1160-13 INDIAN DAYS 6-9-00 David Fish James Given/Paul Hanagan
3) 11/6-31 ST NICHOLAS ABBEY (IRE) 4-9-00 Derrick Smith, Sue Magnier, Michael Tabor Aidan O'Brien IRE/Ryan Moore

4) 4/24/010- CLOWANCE 6-8-11 Seasons Holidays Roger Charlton/Richard Hughes
5) 21112-1 MIDDAY 5-8-11 Khalid Abdulla Henry Cecil/Tom Queally

5 declared runners

1 Irish-trained


Tuesday, April 26, 2011


The unbeaten Henry Cecil-trained Frankel is set to be the hottest favourite for the QIPCO 2000 Guineas on Saturday since Nijinsky won the Newmarket Classic at 4/7 41 years ago.

Frankel, plus his pacemaker Rerouted, are the among the 15 horses confirmed at today’s five-day stage for the first British Classic of the season over the Rowley Mile on 30th April.

The colt, owned and bred by Khalid Abdulla, impressed on his seasonal return in the Group Three Greenham Stakes at Newbury earlier this month and will be his trainer’s first runner in the Classic since 2000 as Cecil seeks his third triumph in the QIPCO 2000 Guineas, following on from Bolkonski (1975) and Wollow (1976).

Frankel shared the accolade of being the champion European two-year-old of 2010 after his excellent Group One Dubai Dewhurst Stakes win at Newmarket in October.

His main challengers are set to be Pathfork, also unbeaten and trained in Ireland by Jessica Harrington, Roderick O’Connor, one of three colts going forward for Ireland’s champion trainer Aidan O’Brien (also Alexander Pope and Master Of Hounds), and Ed Dunlop-trained Native Khan, who landed the Group Three Breeze Up Vendors Craven Stakes over the course and distance at Newmarket on 14th April.

Godolphin could have two QIPCO 2000 Guineas runners, Group One Racing Post Trophy hero Casamento who is handled by in-form Mahmood Al Zarooni and the Saeed bin Suroor-trained Group Two Champagne Stakes victor Saamidd.

Eoghan O’Neill, who trains in France, has left in Broox, fourth to Dream Ahead in the Group One Darley Prix Morny in August, while Fury is unbeaten in two starts for trainer William Haggas, the latest of which came in the £500,000 Tattersalls Millions 2YO Trophy on the Rowley Mile in October.

The Richard Hannon-trained Dubawi Gold has landed a pair of Listed races this year, while the others still engaged are Happy Today, Loving Spirit and Slim Shadey.


I Love Me, successful in a Tattersalls sales race on her debut last year, finished a close third behind Cape Dollar and Cochabamba in the seven-furlong Rockfel Stakes at Newmarket on October 16 last year and she will be returning to action in the QIPCO 1000 Guineas on Sunday, 1st May.
Trainer Andrew Balding is looking forward to running the Cape Cross filly, with Jimmy Fortune up, in the fillies’ Classic which has 23 going forward after today’s six-day stage, including the Richard Fahey trained Barefoot Lady who was supplemented today at a cost of £30,000, having won the seven-furlong Lanwades Stud Nell Gwyn Stakes at Newmarket on 13th April.
Balding said today: “I Love Me has a fair bit to find on form but she has improved over the winter and a mile is right for her.
“She is working well and looking great. I am very happy with her and Jimmy Fortune will ride.”
Richard Hannon will saddle Memory, winner of the Group Two Irish Thoroughbred Marketing Cherry Hinton Stakes at Newmarket in July last year but only sixth to Misty For Me in the Moyglare Stud Stakes on her final start of 2010.
The three-year-old filly is owned by the Masquerade Syndicate of Highclere Thoroughbred Racing, whose managing director Harry Herbert commented today: “Memory is going really well. She had a seven-furlong gallop down the straight at Newbury a week ago and that seems to have put her right.
“She has been ticking over since and Richard Hannon was very pleased with that work and does not plan any more serious work.
“Memory is bigger and stronger than last year and much more relaxed at home. She looks fantastic and her owners, some of whom are experiencing ownership for the first time, are very excited to have a live chance in a Classic.”
Laughing Lashes, from Jessica Harrington’s County Kildare stables, defeated the Aidan O’Brien-trained Misty For Me in the Group Two Debutante Stakes at the Curragh before finding that rival a length superior when runner-up in the Group One Moyglare Stud Stakes at the same course on 29th August and they are due to clash again in the Newmarket Classic over a mile.
Also among those going forward for the QIPCO 1000 Guineas is last year’s champion juvenile filly Hooray. Sir Mark Prescott’s charge stormed to a four and a half-length victory in the Group One Adnams Cheveley Park Stakes at Newmarket in October.
Sir Michael Stoute has two fillies remaining, the unbeaten Group Three Sakhee Oh So Sharp Stakes winner Havant and Group Two Rockfel Stakes heroine Cape Dollar.
Godolphin handler Mahmood Al Zarooni could saddle course and distance winner Blue Bunting, successful in the Listed EBF Montrose Fillies’ Stakes, and the unbeaten Listed Radley Stakes winner Zoowraa.
As well as Misty For Me, O’Brien has Group Three winner Empowering and Together still entered. 
The French could have three runners, headed by Moonlight Cloud from the Freddy Head yard. The Invincible Spirit filly impressed when winning the Group Three Prix Imprudence on April 7 and her only career defeat came against colts when fourth to Wootton Bassett in the Group One Prix Jean-Luc Lagardere at Longchamp in October.

Robert Collet could run the smart Immortal Verse, while his son, Rodolphe Collet, has Listed winner Nova Hawk.
Others still in the QIPCO 1000 Guineas include Group Two Queen Mary Stakes winner Maqaasid, the Barry Hills-trained Make A Dance, well backed at fancy odds in recent days, and Group Three winner Majestic Dubawi.

Good to Firm (Good in places) (Watering as necessary)
The stands’ side course will be utilised for the QIPCO Guineas Festival.
Newmarket’s Clerk of the Course and Director of Racing Michael Prosser said this afternoon: “We put 15 millimetres of water on the course during Friday and Saturday, cut the grass today and will resume watering tomorrow, with another 15 millimetres planned to go down by Wednesday. (27 April 2011)
“The temperatures will be cooler from tomorrow until Thursday when some rain is forecast in the evening and then there could a shower or two on Friday.
“Temperatures are set to pick up again for the QIPCO Guineas Festival on Saturday and Sunday. We will reassess the ground towards the end of the week and see whether we need to water again.”

For more information please contact:
Michael Prosser, Clerk of the Course and Director of Racing, 07802 844 578
Tony Rushmer, Racing PR Manager, 07702 579 382
Class 1, Group 1, Total Prize fund £350,000. Newmarket, Saturday, April 30, 2011, one mile. For three-year-olds only, entire colts and fillies. Weights: colts 9st, fillies 8st 11lb. Entries closed March 1, entries released March 3 (52 entries), Scratchings deadline noon, April 19 (20 remained). Five-day confirmation and £30,000 supplementary stage noon, April 25 (15 remain). Final declaration stage 10.00am, April 28. Form figures supplied by Weatherbys and are correct up and including the racing of Monday, April 25, 2011. May not include some overseas form.
Form Horse Owner Trainer
331(1)-(6) ALEXANDER POPE (IRE) Derrick Smith, Sue Magnier & Michael Tabor Aidan O'Brien IRE
112410- BROOX (IRE) G A Lucas Eoghan O'Neill FR
1211- CASAMENTO (IRE) Godolphin Mahmood Al Zarooni
0410-(1)(1) DUBAWI GOLD Andrew Tinkler Richard Hannon
1111-1 FRANKEL Khalid Abdulla Henry Cecil
11- FURY Cheveley Park Stud William Haggas
41-2 HAPPY TODAY (USA) Jaber Abdullah Brian Meehan
12- LOVING SPIRIT P C J Dalby & R Schuster James Toller
22136-(2) MASTER OF HOUNDS (USA) Sue Magnier Aidan O'Brien IRE
114-1 NATIVE KHAN (FR) Vefa Ibrahim Araci Ed Dunlop
111- PATHFORK (USA) Silverton Hill Partnership Jessica Harrington IRE
13414-2 REROUTED (USA) Khalid Abdulla Barry Hills
3121- RODERIC O'CONNOR (IRE) Sue Magnier/Michael Tabor/Derrick Smith/Sangster Family Aidan O'Brien IRE
116- SAAMIDD Godolphin Saeed bin Suroor
561245- SLIM SHADEY Phil Cunningham Stan Moore
15 entries remain after April 25  five-day declarations
4 Irish-trained
1 French-trained
The four taken out today were    (Monday 25th April 2011)
DREAM AHEAD (USA) Khalifa Dasmal David Simcock
ECLIPTIC (USA) Godolphin Mahmood Al Zarooni
NEEBRAS (IRE) Godolphin Mahmood Al Zarooni
TLAAD (USA) Saeed Manana Clive Brittain
Class 1, Group 1, Total Prize fund £376,500. Newmarket, Sunday, May 1, 2011, one mile. For three-year-old fillies only. Entries closed March 1, entries revealed March 3 (79 entries). Scratchings deadline noon, April 19 (30 remained). Six-day confirmation (22) 30,000 supplementary stage (1), April 25 (23 remain). Final declaration stage 10.00am, April 29. Form figures supplied by Weatherbys and are correct up and including the racing of Monday, April 25, 2011. May not include some overseas form.
Form Horse Owner Trainer
1132-1 *BAREFOOT LADY Mrs H Steel Richard Fahey
211- BLUE BUNTING (USA) Godolphin Mahmood Al Zarooni
3131-0 CAPE DOLLAR (IRE) Saeed Suhail Sir Michael Stoute
(1)2262-6 COCHABAMBA (IRE) The Rat Racers Roger Teal
22-(2)0 ELSHABAKIYA (IRE) Saeed Manana Clive Brittain
0(2)(1)-1 EMPOWERING (IRE) Annemarie O'Brien Aidan O'Brien IRE
11- HAVANT James & Anita Wigan Sir Michael Stoute
0361(1)1- HOORAY Cheveley Park Stud Sir Mark Prescott Bt
153- I LOVE ME Neven Botica Andrew Balding
12-4 IMMORTAL VERSE (IRE) Richard Strauss Robert Collet FR
2-1 IZZI TOP Helena Springfield Ltd John Gosden
2212- LAUGHING LASHES (USA) Betty Moran Jessica Harrington IRE
011-6 MAJESTIC DUBAWI Jaber Abdullah Mick Channon
(0)1- MAKE A DANCE (USA) Khalid Abdulla Barry Hills
1143-3 MAQAASID Hamdan Al Maktoum John Gosden
1116- MEMORY (IRE) Highclere Thoroughbred Racing-Masquerade Richard Hannon
01211- MISTY FOR ME (IRE) Michael Tabor, Derrick Smith & Sue Magnier Aidan O'Brien IRE
(1)14-1 MOONLIGHT CLOUD George Strawbridge Freddie Head FR
01422-1 NOVA HAWK Ahmed Mouknass Rodolphe Collet FR
42(2)1-4 SHOW RAINBOW Jaber Abdullah Mick Channon
(6)210-(1) THE SHREW Bill Gredley John Gosden
134235-5 TOGETHER (IRE) Derrick Smith, Sue Magnier & Michael Tabor Aidan O'Brien IRE
11- ZOOWRAA Godolphin Mahmood Al Zarooni
*supplementary entry today
23 entries go forward at six-day  supplementary entry stage
4 Irish-trained entries
3 French-trained entries
The eight taken out today were:-
LADIES ARE FOREVER Reg Bond Geoff Oldroyd
LOOK AT ME (IRE) Sue Magnier Aidan O'Brien IRE
MIXED INTENTION (IRE) J Romel Fabrice Vermeulen FR
NOVA STEP Ahmed Mouknass Francois Rohaut FR
SORAAYA (IRE) Sheikh Ahmed Al Maktoum Mick Channon
TRAFFIC SISTER (USA) Fitri Hay Stan Moore
WHITE MOONSTONE (USA) Godolphin Saeed bin Suroor
WILD WIND (GER) Sue Magnier, Michael Tabor & Derrick Smith Aidan O'Brien IRE