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  • 15:10 Dubai Dewhurst Stakes 7f

  • (Group 1) £300,000 added 2yo 9 ran
  • Winner £179,771 2nd £68,155 3rd £34,109 4th £16,991
  • Going: Good
  • Surface: Turf
    Weighed In
  • Winning time: 1m 23.81s
  • Off time: 15:10:48

Full result

15:10 Newmarket Result 8th October 2011
Pos Draw Dist Horse Weight Jockey Trainer Age SP
1st (3) Parish Hall (IRE) 9-1 K J Manning J S Bolger 2 20/1
Keen tracked leader, led entering final 2f, ridden and ran on opened 16/1 touched 20/1 £4000-£200
2nd (9) ½ Power 9-1 R L Moore A P O'Brien 2 15/8f
Tracked leaders, pushed along 3f out, ridden and no impression on leaders over 1f out, switched right inside final furlong, ran on to go 2nd final strides opened 11/4 touched 11/4 £3000-£1000 £1500-£500 £1200-£400 £2000-£800 £1000-£400 £2250-£1000 £900-£400
3rd (6) hd Most Improved (IRE) 9-1 L Dettori B J Meehan 2 6/1
Held up, headway over 1f out, pressed winner inside final furlong, not quicken and lost 2nd final strides opened 7/1 touched 7/1
4th (1) ½ Bronterre 9-1 R Hughes R Hannon 2 10/3
Raced slightly wide until joined stand side 4f out, prominent, ridden and every chance over 1f out, stayed on one pace final furlong opened 3/1 touched 7/2 £3500-£1000(x2) £2100-£600 £4000-£1200 £1000-£300 £1500-£500 £1200-£400(x2) £900-£300
5th (5) nk Trumpet Major (IRE) 9-1 Johnny Murtagh R Hannon 2 10/1
In rear, switched right over 1f out, ridden and stayed on towards finish, never nearer opened 12/1 touched 12/1 £5000-£350
6th (8) Factory Time (IRE) 9-1 C Catlin M R Channon 2 66/1
In rear, ridden over 2f out, kept on, never nearer opened 66/1 touched 66/1
7th (4) nk Spiritual Star (IRE) 9-1 J Fortune A M Balding 2 14/1
Led, ridden and headed entering final 2f, no extra inside final furlong opened 9/1 touched 14/1 £7000-£500 £6000-£500
8th (2) nse Red Duke (USA) 9-1 T Eaves J J Quinn 2 10/1
Close up, ridden and weakened over 1f out opened 10/1 touched 10/1 £5000-£400
9th (7) Ektihaam (IRE) 9-1 R Hills R Varian 2 8/1
Dwelt keen, headway to track leaders 4f out, ridden over 2f out, hung right over 1f out, weakened final furlong opened 7/1 touched 8/1 £5000-£600 £2500-£300 £6500-£1000

Betting breakdown

Tote Win: £0.00 Tote Place: ££5.50,£1.10,£2.30
Straight Forecast: £0.00 Exacta: £0.00 Trifecta: £0.00 Swingers: 1&2:£9.60 2&3:£3.20 1&3:£17.60

Placepot: £119.90, Pool: £179163.6, 1090.07 winning tickets
Quadpot: £35.40, Pool: £10573.35, 220.53 winning tickets


Another upset as 20/1 shot PARISH HALL denied compatriot Power and earned himself some Derby quotes in the process. Kevin Manning had him hard up against the stands rail and, like Middle Park winner Crusade, was always up with the pace. He showed plenty of resolution in the final two furlongs, with several challenges coming on his outside, but he really picked up well for Manning. His trainer, who has now won four of the last seven renewals of this race, reckons he's as good as previous winners New Approach and Teofilo and he is looking to Epsom next year already. Runner-up Power looked unlucky. Ryan Moore was trapped behind horses as the sprint for home started, but then managed to weave a belated passage through. Unfortunately for his fans (and there were many, given he was sent off the 15/8 favourite) the race had gone by then and although he rattled home he was never going to catch the winner. He's had a hardy season but is holding his form well and looks a nice prospect for next year. He has a speedier pedigree than the winner and the Guineas should be right up his alley, whether in Ireland, England or France. Third was Most Improved, who had put up a fine speed figure when winning on the July course, and he ran exceedingly well. He was a tad keen in the early stages but made his ground up on the leaders nicely before just looking a little green and novicey when trying to launch a winning challenge. Bronterre probably ruined his chance on the way to the start, going down far too keenly under Richard Hughes. In the end he ran a fine race in fourth, having raced on his own for the first two furlongs before joining the main group. He was keen enough in the race itself and could probably have done with more of a lead. He looks a fine prospect for next season however and the Oasis Dream colt is still an exciting horse. Fifth was stablemate Trumpet Major who appeared to find things happening a tad too quickly early on, but once moved to the outside he picked up strongly. He's had a hard season but looks in good nick and as long as he gets decent ground he can win at this level, perhaps on the continent. The leading quintet were clear of the rest. Red Duke tracked Bronterre throughout but was soon beaten when the race started to hot up, whilst Ektihaam was a huge disappointment. He's a big horse and his action suggests he needs soft ground so we shouldn't be too harsh on his effort, and he's still an enticing colt for the mile classics next season. He was being eased when he was squeezed for room late in the day. Spiritual Star ran ok, having cut across Power to get a position on the rail and travelling strongly throughout, but he just lacked the class to be competitive at this level. This race has a better record than the Middle Park for highlighting future Classic winners, and this year should be no different. This bunch looked a much more scopey bunch than the preceding race and the placed horses look ones to follow throughout the next 12 months.