Wednesday, September 16, 2009
TREGONING CONSIDERS OPTIONS AS 100 REMAIN
IN THE totesport.com CAMBRIDGESHIRE
Lambourn trainer Marcus Tregoning is considering a tilt at the first leg of the Autumn Double, the £160,000 totesport.com Cambridgeshire (3.40pm) at Newmarket on Saturday 3rd October, with recent Doncaster winner Mawatheeq (9st 6lb).
Available at 14/1 with totesport, Mawatheeq is one of 100 entries remaining at the scratching stage for the historic nine-furlong handicap, which is one of the highlights of the three-day Cambridgeshire meeting - Thursday, 1st October to Saturday, 3rd October.
A maximum field of 35 runners can line up for the totesport.com Cambridgeshire.
The Hamdan Al Maktoum-owned Danzig colt was racing for only the sixth time when catching the eye at the St Leger Festival last week with a comfortable 10-furlong handicap victory; his first start since April.
Tregoning revealed today: “We haven’t decided yet so I can’t say that he will definitely be going for the totesport.com Cambridgeshire. He does have a few options and the Newmarket race is one of them.
“He is a good horse and, on a good day, when he gets it right and when we get it right, he’s a talented individual. He would be a force in the totesport.com Cambridgeshire if he goes there on the day, but we will have to see.
“He has had problems so he hasn’t had a lot of racing but he has come out of the Doncaster race well.”
The sponsor’s current joint market leaders, the David Barron-trained Sirvino (9st 1lb) and the Walter Swinburn-trained three-year-old Antinori (8st 7lb), remain and are available at 10/1.
The David Simcock-trained Bushman (9st 2lb) and Applause (8st 2lb) from the Jeremy Noseda stable are both 14/1 shots, while the Ed Dunlop-trained Broomielaw (8st 9lb), a 16/1 chance, could line up for Lady Ferguson, wife of Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson.
Noseda could also saddle Royal Destination, successful in a 10-furlong York handicap on 18th August, who is also available at 14/1 with totesport.
A quintet remains from the yard of Sir Michael Stoute, headed by 16/1 hopes Dancourt (8st 3lb) and Tryst (8st 4lb). The others are Lang Shining (8st 11lb), Mirrored (8st 10lb) and Desert Creek (8st 6lb).
The David Lanigan-trained Wannabe King (8st 8lb) completed a hat-trick at Ripon on 31st August and is another on 16/1 with the sponsor.
John Gosden saddled Pipedreamer (2007) and Tazeez (2008) to win the last two renewals and he could be represented by 16/1 shot Invisible Man (8st 4lb) and Charm School (8st 9lb).
The Gary Moore-trained Bankable is top-weight with 10st, while the Jim Goldie-trained Nanton (9st 2lb) could attempt the remarkable feat of winning the Autumn Double. The seven-year-old grey is also entered in the two and a quarter-mile totesport.com Cesarewitch at Newmarket, having landed the Mallard Handicap at Doncaster on 11th September.
Group One winner Zafisio, from the Roger Curtis stable, finished third to Border Patrol in a Curragh Group Three on 13th September and has been allotted 9st 7lb.
Other notables include the Luca Cumani-trained Swop (9st 5lb), Axiom (9st) and Riggins (8st 10lb), Bon Spiel (8st 7lb) and Authentic (8st 3lb), as well as the Andrew Balding-trained Brief Encounter (8st 10lb), Docofthebay (8st 11lb) from the Jamie Osborne stable and the John Dunlop-trained Perks (9st 4lb), owned by Benny Andersson of Abba fame.
Totesport Cambridgeshire Day also features the £200,000 Group One Kingdom of Bahrain Sun Chariot Stakes (3.05pm), which brings together some of the best fillies and mares in Europe over a mile, as well as the £800,000 Tattersalls Timeform Fillies’ 800 (1.50pm) and the £1,000,000 Tattersalls Timeform Million (2.25pm).
totesport.com Cambridgeshire – sponsors bet: 10 Antinori, Sirvino, 14 Applause, Bushman, Mawatheeq, Royal Destination, 16 Broomielaw, Dancourt, Invisible Man, Tryst, Wannabe King, 20 Alsace Lorraine, Axiom, Brief Encounter, Charm School, Fanjura, Kaolak, Nanton, Riggins, Salute Him, Shamali, 25 Alarazi, Alazeyab, Alfathaa, Almiqdaad, Bankable, Credit Swap, Distant Memories, Elliptical, Espiritu, Mia’s Boy, Mirrored, Moynahan, Set The Trend, Swop, Tiger Reigns, 33 Angel Rock, Bencoolen, Bon Spiel, Cill Rialaig, Derbaas, Desert Creek, Docofthebay, General Eliott, Grand Opera, Hillview Boy, Howdigo, Kavachi, Kay Gee Be, Lang Shining, Marajaa, Moheeb, Perfect Star, Perks, Pires, Proponent, Scuffle, Stevie Thunder, Supaseus, Sweet Lightning, The Which Doctor, Unbreak My Heart, Wing Play, 40 Foolin Myself, Greylami, My Aunt Fanny, Ra Junior, Spirit Of A Nation, The Cayterers, Zafisio, 50 Cheshire Prince, Cobo Bay, Ellemujie, European Dream, Gold Express, Mountain Cat, Orientalist Art, Rattan, Salagioo, Shavansky, Smokey Oakey, Talking Hands, Tartan Gigha, Wigwam Wille, Yorgunnabelucky, 66 Decameron, Fight Club, Granston, King Olav, Kinsya, Logic Way, Mangham, Moyenne Corniche, Opera Prince, Patrician’s Glory, Silver Rime, 100 Cold Quest, Kandidate, Motafarred, Northern Spy.
Each-way a quarter the odds 1-2-3-4-5
THE FOLLOWING 34 HORSES HAVE BEEN SCRATCHED:
DREAM LODGE (IRE), EXPRESSO STAR (USA), PHILARIO (IRE), ACROSTIC, SOUTH EASTER (IRE), CAPTAIN BRILLIANCE (USA), SHAMALI, FOUR WINDS, STUBBS ART (IRE), FAREER, MAHADEE (IRE), ALBAQAA, CHARLIE COOL, BIG ROBERT, SEEKING THE BUCK (USA), BAZERGAN (IRE), MISTER DEE BEE (IRE), DONA ALBA (IRE), LAST THREE MINUTES (IRE), HYADES (USA), SOVEREIGN REMEDY (USA), EASTERN EMPIRE, BULLET MAN (USA), EMIRATES ROADSHOW (USA), BRAVO ECHO, TUDOR KEY (IRE), NEGOTIATION (IRE), CHARLIE TIPPLE, LAUDATORY, FARLEIGH HOUSE (USA), ORDONEY (IRE), FLAPPER (IRE), ACCLAIMED (IRE), SATURN GIRL (IRE)
THE totesport.com CAMBRIDGESHIRE
Class 2, Heritage Handicap, £160,000 Total Prize Fund. Newmarket, Saturday, October 3, 2009. For 3yo & upwards, 1m 1f (Cambridgeshire Course, Rowley Mile). Weights: highest weight not less than 9st 10lb; lowest weight 7st 12lb. Penalties: after August 29, a winner 4lb; of any 2 races 7lb. Entries closed August 18, entries revealed August 19 (134 entries), weights revealed September 2, scratching deadline, September 15 (100 remain), five/six-day confirmation stage September 28, final declaration stage 10.00am, October 1. Form figures supplied by Weatherbys and are correct up to and including the racing of Monday, September 14.
Form Horse Age/Wt Owner Trainer
26-1532 BANKABLE (IRE) 5-10-00 Ramzan Kadyrov Gary Moore
402(0)-D0 GENERAL ELIOTT (IRE) 4-9-09 Sir George Meyrick Paul Cole
5001113 FANJURA (IRE) 4-9-07 Terry Benson Barry Hills
1415-203 ZAFISIO (IRE) 3-9-07 H Downs & D Looney Roger Curtis
(2)116-01 MAWATHEEQ (USA) 4-9-06 (4lb ex) Hamdan Al Maktoum Marcus Tregoning
3-041060 SWOP (IRE) 6-9-05 Angie Silver Luca Cumani
3-50023 PERKS (IRE) 4-9-04 Benny Andersson John Dunlop
200-013 SALUTE HIM (IRE) 6-9-04 Byrne Bros (Formwork) Limited Tony Martin IRE
232300 MIA'S BOY 5-9-04 Iraj Parvizi Chris Dwyer
0-060512 BUSHMAN 5-9-02 Khalifa Dasmal David Simcock
400241 NANTON (USA) 7-9-02 (4lb ex) Stuart Morrison Jim Goldie
0-005000 SMOKEY OAKEY (IRE) 5-9-02 Judi Dench and Bryan Agar Mark Tompkins
06-55566 ALFATHAA 4-9-01 Hamdan Al Maktoum William Haggas
2-11111 SIRVINO 4-9-01 Theo Williams/Charles Mocatta David Barron
420-6304 MOYENNE CORNICHE 4-9-01 Jeff Pearce Michael Bell
15-2614 AXIOM 5-9-00 DIC Racing Syndicate Luca Cumani
00-(0)065 SUPASEUS 6-9-00 Ben & Sir Martyn Arbib Hughie Morrison
40P02(1) FOOLIN MYSELF 4-9-00 Bill Gredley Michael Bell
133-5343 DERBAAS (USA) 3-9-00 Hamdan Al Maktoum Ed Dunlop
40-1131 ROYAL DESTINATION (IRE) 4-8-13 Vimal Khosla Jeremy Noseda
5010024 ALAZEYAB (USA) 3-8-13 Hamdan Al Maktoum Michael Jarvis
(2)0000(0) KANDIDATE 7-8-12 Emily Richards Clive Brittain
345//006- FIGHT CLUB (GER) 8-8-12 Geraint Price Evan Williams
2-01500 LOGIC WAY (USA) 5-8-12 Al-Abdulmalik Hassan Debbie Mountain
(3)(4)-0224 MOYNAHAN (USA) 4-8-11 D S Lee Paul Cole
(0)03350 DOCOFTHEBAY (IRE) 5-8-11 Paul Dixon Jamie Osborne
6-00460 LANG SHINING (IRE) 5-8-11 Ballymacoll Stud Sir Michael Stoute
13-(2)564 PERFECT STAR 5-8-11 Dr Bridget Drew & E E Dedman Clive Cox
(1)13330 MIRRORED 3-8-10 Khalid Abdulla Sir Michael Stoute
36-2650 PATRICIAN'S GLORY (USA) 3-8-10 Fitri Hay Tom Tate
10-(3)645 SCUFFLE 4-8-10 Khalid Abdulla Roger Charlton
(1)/(1)-010 RIGGINS (IRE) 5-8-10 Scuderia Rencati Srl Luca Cumani
61016(2)5 BRIEF ENCOUNTER (IRE) 3-8-10 Thurloe Thoroughbreds XXII Andrew Balding
2/41/-1 BROOMIELAW 5-8-09 Lady Ferguson Ed Dunlop
33-0045(1) CHARM SCHOOL 4-8-09 (4lb ex) H R H Princess Haya of Jordan John Gosden
214030 ESPIRITU (FR) 3-8-09 Sir Robert Ogden Jeremy Noseda
6-(5)0(3)03 ALARAZI (IRE) 5-8-09 Johnny Eddis Terry Mills
300013 BENCOOLEN (IRE) 4-8-08 Eamon Maher David Nicholls
0043206 PROPONENT (IRE) 5-8-08 Bjorn Nielsen Roger Charlton
4421111 WANNABE KING 3-8-08 (4lb ex) Saif Ali & Saeed H Altayer David Lanigan
311030 MOHEEBB (IRE) 5-8-07 Michael Hill Ruth Carr
0/000-00 EUROPEAN DREAM (IRE) 6-8-07 You Trotters Richard Guest
2-(2)3132 ANTINORI (IRE) 3-8-07 Peter Harris Walter Swinburn
(3)-50(0)05 BON SPIEL 5-8-07 Aston House Stud Luca Cumani
21-1105 DESERT CREEK (IRE) 3-8-06 Saeed Suhail Sir Michael Stoute
3035206 KAY GEE BE (IRE) 5-8-06 Par Jeu Partnership William Jarvis
56-02(2)0 RATTAN (USA) 4-8-05 J A Coleman & M S Head Rae Guest
351114 THE CAYTERERS 7-8-05 R D Willis And M C Watts Tony Carroll
3-15600 UNBREAK MY HEART (IRE) 4-8-05 J C Parsons & J J Gilmartin Richard Fahey
61-2011 DISTANT MEMORIES (IRE) 3-8-04 (4lb ex) Fitri Hay Tom Tate
621510 MARAJAA (IRE) 7-8-04 John D Jacques Willie Musson
062140 WIGWAM WILLIE (IRE) 7-8-04 Neil & Anne Dawson Partnership Kevin Ryan
25//(0)-500 PIRES 5-8-04 Mrs E A Lawlor Tony Martin IRE
2/(1)(2)0-0 ORIENTALIST ART 4-8-04 Matthew Green Peter Chapple-Hyam
104110 INVISIBLE MAN 3-8-04 H R H Princess Haya of Jordan John Gosden
023100 KAVACHI (IRE) 6-8-04 Bryan Pennick & Roy Martin Gary Moore
042130 COBO BAY 4-8-04 The C H F Partnership Kevin Ryan
2-(1)2 TRYST 4-8-04 Cheveley Park Stud Sir Michael Stoute
0040(2)0 TARTAN GIGHA (IRE) 4-8-04 Mrs I Bird Mark Johnston
022060 CHESHIRE PRINCE 5-8-04 D C Rutter & H Clewlow Mark Brisbourne
45(3)6-(0)0 TALKING HANDS 3-8-04 Deauville Daze Partnership Sylvester Kirk
002033 GREYLAMI (IRE) 4-8-04 J Daniels Terry Mills
415-50 ALMIQDAAD 3-8-03 Hamdan Al Maktoum Michael Jarvis
(3)(1)2(2)0(0) SET THE TREND 3-8-03 Favourites Racing XXII Andrew Balding
5-34402 STEVIE THUNDER 4-8-03 Steve Gray Ian Williams
2(0)5111 CREDIT SWAP 4-8-03 Your Golf Travel Ltd Michael Wigham
(4)-(2)2114 DANCOURT (IRE) 3-8-03 Ballymacoll Stud Sir Michael Stoute
046112 AUTHENTIC 4-8-03 Aston House Stud Luca Cumani
221402 GRANSTON (IRE) 8-8-02 The Four Players Partnership James Bethell
(6)-(2)6620 SWEET LIGHTNING 4-8-02 A J de V Patrick & Mike Caddy William Muir
1142111 TIGER REIGNS 3-8-02 (4lb ex) Joe Buzzeo Michael Dods
(3)(2)-11 APPLAUSE (IRE) 3-8-02 Michael Tabor, Derrick Smith & Sue Magnier Jeremy Noseda
123010 HILLVIEW BOY (IRE) 5-8-01 Connor & Dunne Jim Goldie
100004 ELLEMUJIE 4-8-01 Mrs J A Cornwell & John G Smith Ken Ivory
0(4)3506 THE WHICH DOCTOR 4-8-01 G C Stevens Jeremy Noseda
6-11214 ALSACE LORRAINE (IRE) 4-8-01 Merry Fox Stud Limited James Fanshawe
(1)(0)-1140 SHAVANSKY 5-8-00 John Southway & Andrew Hughes Rod Millman
12-(0)000 RA JUNIOR (USA) 3-8-00 Roldvale Limited Brian Meehan
1640-56 MY AUNT FANNY 4-8-00 J C & S R Hitchins Andrew Balding
601332- HOWDIGO 4-8-00 G G Racing John Best
421211 KAOLAK (USA) 3-7-13 (4lbex) Simon Kerr John Ryan
4(3)3121 CILL RIALAIG 4-7-13 (4lb ex) Pangfield Partners Hughie Morrison
(0)1-0155 ANGEL ROCK (IRE) 4-7-13 Tenuta Dorna Di Montaltuzzo SRL Marco Botti
0/20-000 COLD QUEST (USA) 5-7-13 Ken McGarrity Linda Perratt
0/5511-(3) SPIRIT OF A NATION (IRE) 4-7-13 Bezwell Fixings Limited David Brown
101(1)4(0)- GRAND OPERA (IRE) 6-7-12 J P Clarke Gordon Elliott IRE
(1)(2)(0)200 KING OLAV (UAE) 4-7-12 Cover Point Racing Tony Carroll
2-0000(0) MANGHAM (IRE) 4-7-12 Ron Hull David Brown
(5)(3)-1013 ELLIPTICAL (USA) 3-7-11 Keen As Mustard Gerard Butler
11152(1) MOUNTAIN CAT (IRE) 5-7-10 (4lb ex) S Rudolf Alan Swinbank
3535-00 SILVER RIME (FR) 4-7-10 Ken McGarrity Linda Perratt
(0)30010 SALTAGIOO (ITY) 5-7-10 Richard Abbott & Mario Stavrou Ian Wood
0(1)2210 WING PLAY (IRE) 4-7-09 Watching Brief Hughie Morrison
40-2020 MOTAFARRED (IRE) 7-7-09 R D Bickenson Micky Hammond
0(5)6(6)-50 DECAMERON (USA) 4-7-09 Paul Moulton Ron Harris
0-10005 YORGUNNABELUCKY (USA) 3-7-09 Sheila Brookhouse Mark Johnston
(3)04(1)10 GOLD EXPRESS 6-7-08 N S Yong P J O'Gorman
(0)-4020(0) KINSYA 6-7-08 Roalco Limited Mark Tompkins
1-(0)0000 OPERA PRINCE 4-7-06 Jeff Smith Sylvester Kirk
0(0)1445 NORTHERN SPY (USA) 5-7-02 J R May Simon Dow
100 entries remain after September 15 scratching deadline
AAJEL MAY GO ON TRIAL ON SATURDAY AT NEWMARKET FOR THE totesport.com CESAREWITCH
Marcus Tregoning is weighing up the options regarding his totesport.com Cesarewitch (3.40pm) hope Aajel (8st 8lb) as he considers unleashing the lightly-raced five-year-old in the Investec Cesarewitch Trial Handicap at Newmarket this Saturday, 19th September, in preparation for the main event at the course on Champions’ Day, Saturday, 17th October.
The £160,000 two and a quarter-mile heritage handicap is one of the feature events on Champions’ Day and Aajel is one of 77 horses remaining at the scratching stage.
The Hamdan Al Maktoum-owned gelding won a two-mile handicap at Yarmouth on 30th August, his first racecourse appearance for two years. That victory sees him available at 14/1 with the sponsor for the totesport.com Cesarewitch, which has a safety limit of 34 runners.
The Investec Cesarewitch Trial Handicap is run for the first time on Saturday, with the 18-furlong race taking place over the same distance as the totesport.com Cesarewitch. Of the 22 entries for Saturday’s trial, 17 are in the totesport.com Cesarewitch.
Tregoning revealed today: “I think Aajel will run in the totesport.com Cesarewitch for certain. We haven’t decided whether to run him in the prep race, the Investec Cesarewitch Trial at the weekend.
“There are two ways of thinking about this. One is that he has only had the one race this year and it’s a case of whether he is battle-hardened enough to win the Cesarewitch off that. Bearing in mind that he is a great big horse and that he is lightly-raced, he may benefit from another run, that is why he was put in this race on Saturday.
“Obviously, the other thing to consider is that if he won it he would have an extra penalty. We’re in two minds about it, so we’ll have to decide at declaration time.
“He had a problem with a tendon so he has had two years off and we are very delighted to get him back looking so well and performing so well. He is sound and working and just waiting on our decision.
“I don’t want it heavy for him or anything like that but I don’t think it ever gets like that at Newmarket.”
The David Simcock-trained Darley Sun made a mockery of the ratings when a close runner-up to Askar Tau in the Group Two Doncaster Cup over the distance at Doncaster on 11th September. The Tiger Hill three-year-old has 7st 11lb and is the 6/1 favourite with the sponsor.
Swingkeel (8st 11lb) from the John Dunlop yard is 8/1 second favourite after winning a two-mile York handicap in August, while Sweetheart (7st 8lb), who had Dunlop’s charge in third when winning the Goodwood Stakes over two miles and five furlongs at Glorious Goodwood in July, is a 12/1 shot.
Bahrain Storm (8st 12lb), a 12/1 chance from Pat Flynn’s stable, is one of six Irish-trained raiders to stand their ground. John Queally could run top-class hurdler Al Eile (8st 10lb) as well as Elyaadi (7st 13lb), while Gordon Elliott may send both Dirar (8st 4lb) and Hearthstead Dream (7st 5lb). The John Hanlon-trained Trucker’s Delight (8st) is also a possible contender.
The Andrew Turnell-trained Blue Bajan heads the weights on 9st 11lb, while the Declan Carroll-trained Hits Only Vic (9st 5lb) is a 12/1 shot with totesport.
The Bryan Smart-trained Wells Lyrical is 10/1 with totesport following some good efforts this term, including when third in the Listed Esher Stakes over two miles at Sandown in July.
Mark Johnston saddled Contact Dancer (2004) and Spirit Of Love (1998) to win the totesport Cesarewitch and the trainer’s Yes Mr President (8st 8lb) is a 12/1 shot, while Keene’s Day (8st 6lb) and Alanbrooke (7st 13lb) also stand their ground.
The Paul Cole-trained Precision Break (8st 12lb) received a 4lb penalty for winning a mile and a half Doncaster handicap on 12th September.
Detroit City was successful in 2006 for Philip Hobbs and Fair Along (8st 8lb), third to Leg Spinner in 2007, could represent the trainer this time.
The Jim Goldie-trained Nanton (9st 3lb) is also engaged in the totesport.com Cambridgeshire and could bid to become the first horse to complete the Autumn Double since Plaisanterie in 1885. The last trainer to complete the double was Sam Darling in 1925.
The Brian Meehan-trained Aaim To Prosper (7st 13lb) defeated Yes Mr President to win the Shergar Cup Stayers before finishing third to Swingkeel at York, while the Dandy Nicholls-trained Hindu Kush (8st 9lb) defeated subsequent Irish St Leger winner Alandi to win a Listed contest in May.
Mick Quinlan saddled Silk Affair to win at the Cheltenham Festival in March and the filly, a 14/1 shot, is among the acceptors on 8st 3lb.
Henry Cecil could run Ajaan (8st 12lb), the Clive Cox-trained Electrolyser (8st 9lb) is 14/1 with the sponsor and may take his chance, while Alan Swinbank is eying the contest for Thirsk winner Saga De Tercey (8st 1lb), also 14/1 with totesport.
Champions’ Day is the most high-class day’s racing in Britain, featuring the £350,000 Group One Emirates Airline Champion Stakes (3.05pm) and the £300,000 Group One Darley Dewhurst Stakes (2.25pm), as well as the £100,000 Group Two Victor Chandler Challenge Stakes (1.50pm), the £100,000 Group Two Pride Stakes (4.50pm), the £80,000 Group Two Rockfel Stakes (4.15pm) and the £65,000 Group Three Jockey Club Cup (5.25pm).
totesport.com Cesarewitch – sponsors bet: 6 Darley Sun, 8 Swingkeel, 10 Wells Lyrical, 12 Bahrain Storm, Hits Only Vic, Sweetheart, Yes Mr President, 14 Aajel, Electrolyser, Saga De Tercey, Silk Affair, 16 Aaim To Prosper, Ajaan, Al Eile, Fair Along, Mamlook, Nanton, Royal Rationale, 20 Alanbrooke, Dirar, Fiulin, Keenes Day, Magicalmysterytour, Precision Break, Raslan, 25 Blue Bajan, Callisto Moon, Gala Evening, Hendersyde, Highland Legacy, Nemo Spirit, Perfect Shot, Som Tala, Tilt, Times Up, Truckers Delight, Viper, 33 Always Bold, Baddam, Bulwark, Dayia, Dazinski, Dolly Penrose, Double Banded, Dulcie, Elyaadi, Enjoy The Moment, Gordonsville, Hearthstead Dream, Hindu Kush, Inchnadamph, Inchpast, Judgethemoment, Peppertree Lane, The Last Don, Times Vital, 40 Aleatricis, Missoula, Risk, Sereth, Spanish Conquest, Tungsten Strike, 50 Alessano, Alnwick, Buddhist Monk, Gabier, Gibb River, My Crystal, Ragamuffin Man, Raincoat, Wicked Daze, 66 Absolut Power, Acropolis, Horseford Hill, 100 Black Or Red, Rare Ruby.
Each-way a quarter the odds 1-2-3-4-5
THE FOLLOWING 25 HORSES HAVE BEEN SCRATCHED:
ASKAR TAU (FR), DARAAHEM (IRE), WALDVOGEL (IRE), DANSILI DANCER, AMERIGO (IRE), MACORVILLE (USA), CAMPS BAY (USA), SNOQUALMIE BOY, VALMARI (IRE), HAWK MOUNTAIN (UAE), SHESHALI (IRE), BRAVEHEART MOVE (IRE), SHINE AND RISE (IRE), MY ARCH, ALSADAA (USA), DARENJAN (IRE), GENERAL TING (IRE), ALCALDE, FINAL VICTORY, JOHN FORBES, PENANG PRINCESS, CURACAO, DON'T STOP ME NOW (IRE), CROCUS ROSE, NAKOMA (IRE)
THE totesport.com CESAREWITCH
Class 2, Heritage Handicap, £160,000 Total Prize Fund. Newmarket, Saturday, October 17, 2009. For 3yo & upwards, 2m 2f (Cesarewitch Course, Rowley Mile). Weights: highest weight not less than 9st 10lb; lowest weight 7st 12lb. Penalties: after August 29, a winner 4lb; of any 2 races 7lb. Entries closed August 18, entries revealed August 19 (103 entries), weights revealed September 2, first scratchings deadline September 15 (77 remain), second scratchings deadline September 29, five/six-day confirmation stage October 12, final declaration stage 10.00am, October 15. Form figures supplied by Weatherbys and are correct up to and including the racing of Monday, September 14.
Form Horse Age/Wt Owner Trainer
2530/-24 BLUE BAJAN (IRE) 7-9-11 Dr John Hollowood Andrew Turnell
413302- PEPPERTREE LANE (IRE) 6-9-06 Walters Plant Hire Ltd Andrew Boxhall
5-10130 HITS ONLY VIC (USA) 5-9-05 Kell-Stone & Watson Declan Carroll
2400241 NANTON (USA) 7-9-03 (4lb ex) Stuart Morrison Jim Goldie
3-15560 FIULIN 4-9-02 Scuderia Rencati Srl Marco Botti
0/10550- RAINCOAT 5-8-13 David Gibbons Heather Dalton
(1)(1)-0201 PRECISION BREAK (USA) 4-8-12 (4lb ex) Fitri Hay Paul Cole
0-52300 MAGICALMYSTERYTOUR (IRE) 6-8-12 Broughton Thermal Insulation Willie Musson
000-204 AJAAN 5-8-12 Niarchos Family Henry Cecil
5035-01 BAHRAIN STORM (IRE) 6-8-12 P Sweeney Patrick Flynn IRE
4-22(1)31 SWINGKEEL (IRE) 4-8-11 Heather Slade John Dunlop
22/44/(0)-(1) AL EILE (IRE) 9-8-10 Michael Ryan John Queally IRE
165000 HINDU KUSH (IRE) 4-8-09 Dr Marwan Koukash David Nicholls
(1)210-45 ELECTROLYSER (IRE) 4-8-09 Mr and Mrs P Hargreaves Clive Cox
204231 YES MR PRESIDENT (IRE) 4-8-08 (4lb ex) Tom Monaghan Mark Johnston
(1)(6)331/-1 AAJEL (USA) 5-8-08 (4lb ex) Hamdan Al Maktoum Marcus Tregoning
114/23/0- FAIR ALONG (GER) 7-8-08 Alan Peterson Philip Hobbs
051000 SOM TALA 6-8-08 Sheikh Ahmed Al Maktoum Mick Channon
0/6040-6 ENJOY THE MOMENT 6-8-08 Judy Wilson & Martin Landau Jamie Osborne
(1)11400 JUDGETHEMOMENT (USA) 4-8-07 Gordon Li Jane Chapple-Hyam
111-223 WELLS LYRICAL (IRE) 4-8-07 M Barber Bryan Smart
(1)00454 KEENES DAY (FR) 4-8-06 Renata Jacobs Mark Johnston
1500-40 HIGHLAND LEGACY 5-8-04 B J Warren Michael Bell
6(2)531(0)- DIRAR (IRE) 4-8-04 Gordon Elliott Gordon Elliott IRE
11-0 VIPER 7-8-04 Geoff Lloyd Reg Hollinshead
(2)-00336 TILT 7-8-04 The Seasiders Brian Ellison
5605(P)0- SILK AFFAIR (IRE) 4-8-03 Liam Mulryan & Michael Fahy Mick Quinlan
3120/23- MAMLOOK (IRE) 5-8-03 Peter Deal & Gerry Lowe David Pipe
12-(1)145 HENDERSYDE (USA) 4-8-03 Peter Harris Walter Swinburn
6-(4)0102 NEMO SPIRIT (IRE) 4-8-03 Monique V Bruce Copp William Muir
(1)(1)6-(2)04 GALA EVENING 7-8-03 Wally Sturt Jim Old
33500011 BUDDHIST MONK 4-8-02 (7lb ex) Dr Marwan Koukash Ian Williams
2101-(5)(6) TIMES VITAL (IRE) 4-8-02 G A Lucas Eoghan O'Neill
50-6605 BULWARK (IRE) 7-8-02 JSM Fabrications Ltd Ian Williams
02-1642 WOOLFALL TREASURE 4-8-02 Findlay & Bloom Gary Moore
1-00005 SERETH (IRE) 6-8-01 Patsy Byrne Barney Curley
12121 SAGA DE TERCEY (FR) 4-8-01 Andrew Dick, Brian Dunn & Philip Holden Alan Swinbank
(5)11511 CALLISTO MOON 5-8-00 (4lb ex) B Bedford & Gill White Roger Curtis
62(3)-210 TRUCKERS DELIGHT (IRE) 8-8-00 Michael D Mee John Joseph Hanlon IRE
(6)(2)/(2)12/-3 ROYAL RATIONALE (IRE) 5-8-00 Pond House Racing David Pipe
0-30042 BADDAM 7-7-13 Noel Martin Ian Williams
112623 ALANBROOKE 3-7-13 Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Al Maktoum Mark Johnston
4(6)1013 AAIM TO PROSPER (IRE) 5-7-13 CGA Racing Partnership 2 Mick Channon
60/(4)16/0- RISK (IRE) 6-7-13 The Picnic Party Charles Egerton
00-0203 ALWAYS BOLD (IRE) 4-7-13 Tim Leslie Donald McCain Jnr
021333 ELYAADI 5-7-13 Michael Ryan John Queally IRE
0-54006 TUNGSTEN STRIKE (USA) 8-7-13 John Connolly Amanda Perrett
2-22143 ALEATRICIS 4-7-11 Exors of the late Lady Anne Bentinck John Quinn
(4)11/00/-3 RASLAN 6-7-11 D J Reid David Pipe
410666 DOLLY PENROSE 4-7-11 Mick Channon Mick Channon
141212 DARLEY SUN (IRE) 3-7-11 Abdullah Saeed Belhab David Simcock
051435 GORDONSVILLE 6-7-10 Janis MacPherson Jim Goldie
0/200(6)0- HORSEFORD HILL 5-7-09 Raymond Tooth Julia Tooth
32/(5)/-50(5) ALESSANO 7-7-08 John Deer Gary Moore
(0)60530 INCHNADAMPH 9-7-08 R N Cardwell Tim Fitzgerald
13/32/0(2)- GABIER 6-7-08 B Siddle & B D Haynes Gary Moore
331513 TIMES UP 3-7-08 Mrs I H Stewart-Brown & M J Meacock John Dunlop
1000-00 MISSOULA (IRE) 6-7-08 M J Weaver & Pollards Bloodstock Suzy Smith
3-00662 DOUBLE BANDED (IRE) 5-7-08 Dr Marwan Koukash Kevin Ryan
0-11421 SWEETHEART 5-7-08 Ron Huggins Jamie Poulton
(4)25(1)30 ALNWICK 5-7-07 Entre Nous and Peter Cundell Peter Cundell
0-(6)0452 WICKED DAZE (IRE) 6-7-06 Dr Marwan Koukash Kevin Ryan
(4)(4)(1)-3(2)5 DAYIA (IRE) 5-7-06 Lady Green Jeff Pearce
51-1220 MR CRYSTAL (FR) 5-7-05 Micky Hammond Micky Hammond
(2)-(3)6U40 ACROPOLIS (IRE) 8-7-05 Joan Le Brocq Joan Le Brocq JER
021214 PERFECT SHOT (IRE) 3-7-05 Sir Philip Wroughton John Dunlop
0(4)010(0)- HEARTHSTEAD DREAM 8-7-05 M Wasylocha Gordon Elliott IRE
404(3)-42 RAGAMUFFIN MAN (IRE) 4-7-03 M Hutton & B Spiers William Knight
(5)2-0464 ABSOLUT POWER (GER) 8-7-01 Kimpton Down Racing Club Jonathan Geake
(0)(0)(1)(2)1(1) THE LAST DON (IRE) 3-6-12 (4lb ex) Paul Brosnan David Lanigan
532313 DAZINSKI 3-6-12 Beryl Lockey Mark Tompkins
(6)/3(0)(1)(2)(4)- SPANISH CONQUEST 5-6-11 Michael H Watt & J A McGrath Philip Hobbs
411603 INCHPAST 8-6-10 Marcoe Racing Welwyn Mark Tompkins
01-033(2)1 DULCIE 3-6-08 (4lb ex) Trevor Benton Mark Tompkins
220225 GIBB RIVER (IRE) 3-6-08 Favourites Racing Peter Chapple-Hyam
0-21156 RARE RUBY (IRE) 5-6-08 Judith Ratcliff Jennie Candlish
(0)212(4)0 BLACK OR RED (IRE) 4-6-07 Cherries Racing Ian Wood
77 entries remain after September 15 scratching deadline
SEA THE STARS EXTENDS ADVANTAGE IN CARTIER RACING AWARDS STANDINGS
As autumn’s wind shakes loose the lingering vestiges of summer’s resistance and forces the waning season into its annual submission, so the irresistible force that is Sea The Stars continues to blow away his rivals on a seemingly relentless course towards Cartier Horse Of The Year and Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt honours.
With a magnificent haul of 224 points, the brilliant colt is 92 points clear of his nearest pursuer Mastercraftsman (132) in both categories.
The Cartier Racing Awards recognise excellence in horseracing. Now in their 19th year, the awards are the sport’s equivalent of the Oscars and are determined by points earned in Pattern races combined later with the opinions of a panel of racing journalists, as well as votes from readers of the Racing Post and The Daily Telegraph.
European horseracing’s most prestigious accolades will be presented during a glittering ceremony before invited guests at Claridge’s Hotel in Mayfair, London, on Tuesday, November 17, 2009.
After four Group One victories in Britain this year, Sea The Stars made an eagerly-anticipated appearance before a home crowd in the 10-furlong Tattersalls Millions Irish Champion Stakes at Leopardstown on September 5.
Mastercraftsman stepped back into the eye of the storm having vainly chased home John Oxx’s charge in the Juddmonte International at York 18 days earlier, but the number one pretender to the champion’s crown on this occasion was another from trainer Aidan O’Brien’s Ballydoyle yard, Fame And Glory (112).
The impressive Irish Derby victor had finished closest to Sea The Stars in the Investec Derby at Epsom in June and connections believed the Montjeu colt could turn the tables on his rival.
The rematch was set but when Fame And Glory struck for home approaching the final quarter-mile it was evident who the victor would be. Sea The Stars cruised up to the hard-ridden Ballydoyle hope, swept to the lead approaching the furlong marker and powered home for perhaps his most impressive success to date.
Having annexed the stanjames.com 2,000 Guineas, Investec Derby, Coral-Eclipse Stakes, Juddmonte International and Tattersalls Millions Irish Champion Stakes, the Christopher Tsui-owned Cape Cross colt could bid to emulate his dam, Urban Sea, by winning the Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe at Longchamp on October 4, while the Emirates Airline Champion Stakes (October 17) at Newmarket and the Breeders’ Cup Classic (November 7) in the US are also being considered.
In the absence of Sea The Stars, the Group One Ladbrokes St Leger at Doncaster on Saturday, September 12, provided an opportunity for a new name to be etched in the 2009 Classic roll of honour.
A field of eight went to post for the extended 14-furlong contest, the world’s oldest Classic race, and it was the Godolphin-owned duo of Mastery and Kite Wood who roused the 30,000-strong crowd in a closely-fought climax. Italian Derby winner Mastery, ridden by Ted Durcan, prevailed by three quarters of a length over his stable’s first-string
Mastery has 72 points, the equal of retired Prix du Jockey Club hero Le Havre and fellow Godolphin colt Delegator, who captured the Group Two totesport.com Celebration Mile at Goodwood on August 29. That trio is preceded in the Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt category by Fame And Glory, Mastercraftsman and Sea The Stars.
The two-year-old divisions reveal more secrets with each passing week. Alfred Nobel (48) had the chance to forge clear of his Cartier Awards rival Arcano (48) when lining up for the Group One Vincent O’Brien National Stakes at the Curragh on September 12.
However, in his rival’s absence, Alfred Nobel fared no better than last of six in the seven-furlong contest. It was Kingsfort, trained by Kevin Prendergast, who forged to victory through the soft ground to bring his tally to 32 points.
Over the same course and distance two weeks earlier, the Prendergast-trained Termagant (32) relished the heavy going to take the fillies’ equivalent, the Group One Moyglare Stud Stakes. Lillie Langtry was third that day but the O’Brien-trained filly remains on top in the Cartier Two-Year-Old Fillies standings with 36 points.
With the Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe looming large, focus turned to Longchamp on Sunday, September 13, for Arc Trials Day. Stacelita had trounced her rivals when winning the Group One Prix de Diane at Chantilly in June and made her long-awaited return in the Group One Prix Vermeille over a mile and a half.
The filly, trained by Jean-Claude Rouget, was caught close home by the admirable John Gosden-trained Yorkshire Oaks heroine Dar Re Mi, representing Lord Lloyd-Webber. However, the English raider’s moment of triumph was fleeting as the stewards demoted her to fifth place as punishment for slight interference that occurred approaching the final furlong.
Stacelita thus retained her unbeaten status and now has 96 points in the Cartier Three-Year-Old Filly category behind Investec Oaks winner Sariska (97) and stanjames.com 1,000 Guineas heroine Ghanaati (104).
Cavalryman could yet make a splash in the Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt category after he took another of Longchamp’s recognised Arc trials, the Group Two Prix Niel. The Andre Fabre-trained Godolphin colt has improved with each start and now heads to the Arc.
Last season’s Prix du Jockey Club winner Vision D’Etat (92) proved himself to be a top-class four-year-old when winning the Group One Prince Of Wales’s Stakes at Royal Ascot. Having his first outing since that day in June, the Eric Libaud-trained colt added to his points total when runner-up to Spanish Moon in the Group Two Qatar Prix Foy as he warmed up for the Arc.
The exceptional miler Goldikova (96) had her Cartier Award claims boosted when Aqlaam, whom she had slammed by six lengths in the Prix Jacques le Marois last month, strode to an impressive win in the Group One Prix du Moulin de Longchamp on September 6. Goldikova leads the Cartier Older Horse division ahead of Vision D’Etat, Fleeting Spirit (80) and Paco Boy (74).
Askar Tau has emerged as a high-class stayer and could vie for honours after adding the Group Two DFS Doncaster Cup on September 11, to his previous triumph in the Group Two Weatherbys Insurance Lonsdale Cup at York in August. Marcus Tregoning’s charge has 32 points in the Cartier Stayer division.
The great Yeats, who flopped behind Alandi in the Group One Irish Field St Leger on September 12, leads the way among the stayers with 48 points.
Fleeting Spirit (80) had a chance to virtually wrap up the Cartier Sprinter Award at Haydock on September 5, but the Group One Darley July Cup winner had to settle for second behind Regal Parade in the Betfair Sprint Cup.
Harry Herbert, Cartier’s racing consultant, commented today: “Sea The Stars has shown us once again that he is a horse of remarkable ability. So far he has swept aside all comers and, whatever happens between now and the end of the season, it is evident that we have been privileged to witness a very special three-year-old this year.
“Having said that, there is plenty of racing still to come that will ultimately determine the outcome of the Cartier Awards. Sea The Stars will not have it all his own way, especially as there is a certain filly in France by the name of Goldikova who may yet have a strong say in the Horse of the Year Award, while Yeats could be in the shake-up too when the final votes are counted.
“One thing is certain, the autumn always brings excitement and we can look forward to the usual feast of thrilling clashes that will see champions crowned and the potential of future Classic winners revealed.”
THE CARTIER AWARDS 2009 LATEST POINTS STANDINGS
(for performances in Pattern races up to and including September 13, 2009)
CARTIER TWO-YEAR-OLD FILLY
LILLIE LANGTRY 36
SPECIAL DUTY 32
LADY OF THE DESERT 24
CARTIER TWO-YEAR-OLD COLT
ALFRED NOBEL 48
AIR CHIEF MARSHALL 25
CARTIER THREE-YEAR-OLD FILLY
ELUSIVE WAVE 78
CARTIER THREE-YEAR-OLD COLT
SEA THE STARS 224
FAME AND GLORY 112
LE HAVRE 72
CARTIER OLDER HORSE
VISION D’ETAT 92
FLEETING SPIRIT 80
PACO BOY 74
ASKAR TAU 32
FLEETING SPIRIT 80
ART CONNOISSEUR 48
KINGS APOSTLE 40
CARTIER HORSE OF THE YEAR
SEA THE STARS 224
FAME AND GLORY 112
Please find a full list of the past winners at the Cartier Racing Awards below.
2008- CARTIER RACING AWARDS
Cartier Two-Year-Old Colt: Mastercraftsman
Cartier Two-Year-Old Filly: Rainbow View
Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt: New Approach
Cartier Three-Year-Old Filly: Zarkava
Cartier Sprinter: Marchand D’Or
Cartier Stayer: Yeats
Cartier Older Horse: Duke Of Marmalade
Cartier Horse of the Year: Zarkava, owned by HH the Aga Khan
Cartier/Daily Telegraph Award of Merit: Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum
2007- CARTIER RACING AWARDS
Cartier Two-Year-Old Colt: New Approach
Cartier Two-Year-Old Filly: Natagora
Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt: Authorized
Cartier Three-Year-Old Filly: Peeping Fawn
Cartier Sprinter: Red Clubs
Cartier Stayer: Yeats
Cartier Older Horse: Dylan Thomas
Cartier Horse of the Year: Dylan Thomas, owned by Sue Magnier & Michael Tabor
Cartier/Daily Telegraph Award of Merit: The Niarchos Family
2006 - CARTIER RACING AWARDS
Cartier Two-Year-Old Colt: Teofilo
Cartier Two-Year-Old Filly: Finsceal Beo
Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt: George Washington
Cartier Three-Year-Old Filly: Mandesha
Cartier Sprinter: Reverence
Cartier Stayer: Yeats
Cartier Older Horse: Ouija Board
Cartier Horse of the Year: Ouija Board, owned by Lord Derby
Cartier/Daily Telegraph Award of Merit: Peter Willett
2005 - CARTIER RACING AWARDS
Cartier Two-Year-Old Colt: George Washington
Cartier Two-Year-Old Filly: Rumplestiltskin
Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt: Hurricane Run
Cartier Three-Year-Old Filly: Divine Proportions
Cartier Sprinter: Avonbridge
Cartier Stayer: Westerner
Cartier Older Horse: Azamour
Cartier Horse of the Year: Hurricane Run, owned by Michael Tabor & Sue Magnier
Cartier/Daily Telegraph Award of Merit: Henry Cecil
2004 - CARTIER RACING AWARDS
Cartier Two-Year-Old Colt: Shamardal
Cartier Two-Year-Old Filly: Divine Proportions
Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt: Bago
Cartier Three-Year-Old Filly: Ouija Board
Cartier Sprinter: Somnus
Cartier Stayer: Westerner
Cartier Older Horse: Soviet Song
Cartier Horse of the Year: Ouija Board, owned by Lord Derby
Cartier/Daily Telegraph Award of Merit: David & Patricia Thompson
2003 - CARTIER RACING AWARDS
Cartier Two-Year-Old Colt: One Cool Cat
Cartier Two-Year-Old Filly: Attraction
Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt: Dalakhani
Cartier Three-Year-Old Filly: Russian Rhythm
Cartier Sprinter: Oasis Dream
Cartier Stayer: Persian Punch
Cartier Older Horse: Falbrav
Cartier Horse of the Year: Dalakhani, owned by HH the Aga Khan
Cartier/Daily Telegraph Award of Merit: Lord Oaksey
2002 - CARTIER RACING AWARDS
Cartier Two-Year-Old Colt: Hold That Tiger
Cartier Two-Year-Old Filly: Six Perfections
Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt: Rock Of Gibraltar
Cartier Three-Year-Old Filly: Kazzia
Cartier Sprinter: Continent
Cartier Older Horse: Grandera
Cartier Stayer: Vinnie Roe
Cartier Horse of the Year: Rock of Gibraltar, owned by Sir Alex Ferguson & Sue Magnier
Cartier/Daily Telegraph Award of Merit: Prince Khalid Bin Abdullah
Cartier Special Award: Tony McCoy
2001 - CARTIER RACING AWARDS
Cartier Two-Year-Old Filly: Queen's Logic
Cartier Two-Year-Old Colt: Johannesburg
Cartier Three-Year-Old Filly: Banks Hill
Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt: Galileo
Cartier Stayer: Persian Punch
Cartier Sprinter: Mozart
Cartier Older Horse: Fantastic Light
Cartier Horse of the Year: Fantastic Light, owned by Godolphin
Cartier/Daily Telegraph Award of Merit: John Magnier
2000 - CARTIER RACING AWARDS
Cartier Two-Year-Old Filly: Superstar Leo
Cartier Two-Year-Old Colt: Tobougg
Cartier Three-Year-Old Filly: Petrushka
Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt: Sinndar
Cartier Stayer: Kayf Tara
Cartier Sprinter: Nuclear Debate
Older Horse: Kalanisi
Cartier Horse of the Year: Giant’s Causeway, owned by Sue Magnier & Michael Tabor
Cartier Millennium Award of Merit: HM the Queen
Cartier/Daily Telegraph Award of Merit: HH the Aga Khan
1999 - CARTIER RACING AWARDS
Cartier Two-Year-Old Filly: Torgau
Cartier Two-Year-Old Colt: Fasliyev
Cartier Three-Year-Old Filly: Ramruma
Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt: Montjeu
Cartier Stayer: Kayf Tara
Cartier Sprinter: Stravinsky
Cartier Older Horse: Daylami
Cartier Horse of the Year: Daylami, owned by Godolphin
Cartier/Daily Telegraph Award of Merit: Peter Walwyn
1998 - CARTIER RACING AWARDS
Cartier Two-Year-Old Colt: Aljabr
Cartier Two-Year-Old Filly: Bint Allayl
Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt: Dream Well
Cartier Three-Year-Old Filly: Cape Verdi
Cartier Sprinter: Tamarisk
Cartier Stayer: Kayf Tara
Cartier Older Horse: Swain
Cartier Horse of the Year: Dream Well, owned by the Niarchos Family
Cartier/Daily Telegraph Award of Merit: the Head Family
1997 - CARTIER RACING AWARDS
Cartier Two-Year-Old Filly: Embassy
Cartier Two-Year-Old Colt: Xaar
Cartier Three-Year-Old Filly: Ryafan
Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt: Peintre Celebre
Cartier Stayer: Celeric
Cartier Sprinter: Royal Applause
Cartier Older Horse: Pilsudski
Cartier Horse of the Year: Peintre Celebre, owned by Daniel Wildenstein
Cartier/Daily Telegraph Award of Merit: Sir Peter O'Sullevan
1996 - CARTIER RACING AWARDS
Cartier Two-Year-Old Filly: Pas De Reponse
Cartier Two-Year-Old Colt: Bahamian Bounty
Cartier Three-Year-Old Filly: Bosra Sham
Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt: Helissio
Cartier Stayer: Nononito
Cartier Sprinter: Anabaa
Cartier Older Horse: Halling
Cartier Horse of the Year: Helissio, owned by Enrique Sarasola
Cartier/Daily Telegraph Award of Merit: Frankie Dettori
1995 - CARTIER RACING AWARDS
Cartier Two-Year-Old Filly: Blue Duster
Cartier Two-Year-Old Colt: Alhaarth
Cartier Three-Year-Old Filly: Ridgewood Pearl
Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt: Lammtarra
Cartier Stayer: Double Trigger
Cartier Sprinter: Hever Golf Rose
Cartier Older Horse: Further Flight
Cartier Horse of the Year: Ridgewood Pearl, owned by Mrs Sean Coughlan
Cartier/Daily Telegraph Award of Merit: John Dunlop
1994 - CARTIER RACING AWARDS
Cartier Two-Year-Old Filly: Gay Gallanta
Cartier Two-Year-Old Colt: Celtic Swing
Cartier Three-Year-Old Filly: Balanchine
Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt: King's Theatre
Cartier Stayer: Moonax
Cartier Sprinter: Lochsong
Cartier Older Horse: Barathea
Cartier Horse of the Year: Barathea, owned by Sheikh Mohammed
Cartier/Daily Telegraph Award of Merit: Marquess of Hartington
1993 - CARTIER RACING AWARDS
Cartier Two-Year-Old Filly: Lemon Souffle
Cartier Two-Year-Old Colt: First Trump
Cartier Three-Year-Old Filly: Intrepidity
Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt: Commander in Chief
Cartier Stayer: Vintage Crop
Cartier Sprinter: Lochsong
Cartier Older Horse: Opera House
Cartier Horse of the Year: Lochsong, owned by Jeff Smith
Cartier/Daily Telegraph Award of Merit: Francois Boutin
1992 - CARTIER RACING AWARDS
Cartier Two-Year-Old Filly: Lyric Fantasy
Cartier Two-Year-Old Colt: Zafonic
Cartier Three-Year-Old Filly: User Friendly
Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt: Rodrigo De Triano
Cartier Stayer: Drum Taps
Cartier Sprinter: Mr Brooks
Cartier Older Horse: Mr Brooks
Cartier Horse of the Year: User Friendly, owned by Bill Gredley
Cartier/Daily Telegraph Award of Merit: Lester Piggott
1991 - CARTIER RACING AWARDS
Cartier Two-Year-Old Filly: Culture Vulture
Cartier Two-Year-Old Colt: Arazi
Cartier Three-Year-Old Filly: Kooyonga
Cartier Three-Year-Old Colt: Suave Dancer
Cartier Stayer: Turgeon
Cartier Sprinter: Sheikh Albadou
Cartier Older Horse: Terimon
Cartier Horse of the Year: Arazi, owned by Allen Paulson & Sheikh Mohammed
Cartier/Daily Telegraph Award of Merit: Henri Chalhoub
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