15:00 York

Juddmonte International Stakes (Class A) (Group 1) (Class A)

  • 9 Runners
  • Distance: 1m 2f 88y
  • Going: Good, Good to Soft in places
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Weighed In
  • Winning Time: 2m 11.82s
  • 9 Ran
Silk -
Silk -

    Silk - YELLOW, BLACK sash and cap
    • Form 0-36003
    • Age 6
    • Weight 9-5

    behind, ridden over 2f out, kept on inside final furlong, never dangerous

    Silk - Emerald green, chocolate hoops, chocolate cap
    • Form 02-2131
    • Age 4
    • Weight 9-5

    in touch, headway over 2f out, soon ridden, weakened final furlong

    Silk - Royal blue, white cap
    • Form 46240-0
    • Age 5
    • Weight 9-5

    led and soon clear, ridden over 3f out, headed over 1f out, weakened final furlong

    Silk - Purple, Light Blue chevron, Light Blue cap
    • Form 430441
    • Age 4
    • Weight 9-5

    tracked leaders, ridden to lead over 1f out, headed and not quicken towards finish

    Silk - Orange, Royal Blue hoop, Royal Blue armlets, check cap
    • Form 0-1221
    • Age 4
    • Weight 9-5

    chased leader, ridden over 3f out, soon weakened

    Silk - Royal blue
    • Form 115-423
    • Age 5
    • Weight 9-5

    held up, headway over 2f out, soon ridden, ran on to lead towards finish

    Silk - Dark Blue, Light Blue cross belts, striped sleeves, White cap
    • Form 1111-11
    • Age 3
    • Weight 8-11

    mid-division, ridden and headway over 2f out, edged right over 1f out, stayed on towards finish

    Silk - Green, Pink epaulets, White sleeves, Pink cap
    • Form 11221
    • Age 3
    • Weight 8-11

    held up, ridden and headway over 2f out, edged left over 1f out, kept on inside final furlong

    Silk - Dark Blue


    • Form 3215-36
    • Age 3
    • Weight 8-11

    slowly into stride, always behind

    • Form 11-321
    • Age 3
    • Weight 8-11


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    In depth


    We have a top class line up for the feature event of the afternoon The Juddmonte International. The French challenger Bago will be worth a mint of he can land this before going on to victory in the Breeders Cup, but on this occasion we prefer the enigmatic Kalaman, with Sulanami put forward as another major threat. Sir Michael Stoute's colt has always threatened to win a Group one event. According to the stable he has always been a big baby, but has now matured and the penny certainly dropped last time when he easily beat Gateman at Ayr. His previous efforts in such races as the Eclipse and St James's Palace Stakes have been quite outstanding and if, as expected, he improves on those runs, he will be difficult to beat here. Bago scared away the opposition in the Grand Prix De Paris last time and comfortably accounted for three rivals. He is obviously to class and merits every respect. Sulamani has been running well on unsuitable ground all season and if the forecasted rain does arrive we should see a much improved performance. If Royal Ascot winner Azamour gets this extra two furlongs he is another that will be in the shake up, however we don't think we have seen the best of Kalaman and this one is gets the decision.