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TODAY'S RACING POST
REVIEW CH4 FEATURE RACES
CH4 KEMPTON PARK ALL WEATHER STANDARD FEATURE RACE
CH4 TEAM take a closer look (am) and (pm) at the puzzle of finding the likely winners yesterday for us.
Alice Plunkett meets up with trainer Marco Botti before the 2.50 about the chances of GREY MIRAGE partner MARTIN HARLEY. Wins nicely at 6-1.
The 2.40 goes to ONE WORD MORE partner WILLIAM BUICK for trainer Charlie Hills 9-2 RP ratings prove accurate.
The 3.50 goes to ES QUE LOVE partner SILVESTRE DE SOUSA trainer Mark Johnston 12-1 a head from LOVING SPIRIT 9-2.
CH4 DONCASTER TURF FLAT FEATURE RACE
2.20 GABRIAL partner KIEREN FALLON trainer Richard Fahey win 100-30 (Ch4 pick) Yes, yes, yes.
2.55. Win INGLEBY SPIRIT partner GEORGE CHALONER (7) trainer Richard Fahey 16-1
3.30. MOVE IN TIME partner DANIEL TUDHOPE trainer David O'Meara 7-1
Alice and Jimbo choose MOVE IN TIME as did Tom Segal RP Pricewise
FANTASTIC INTERNATIONAL HORSEMEN SHOW US HOW, TO INCLUDE SUE AND HARVEY SMITH.
David Baxter bring exciting pioneering news from Japan, and Australia.
Blackstairmountain lands historic win in
for Mullins Japan
"WILLIE MULLINS and RUBY WALSH broke fresh ground yesterday when teaming up to land the Nakayama Grand Jump in Japan with Blackstairmountain 25-1.
"Not content with regularly scooping the biggest prizes British and Irish racing has to offer, the pair combined to plunder the second most valuable jumps race in the world, the Grand Jump over 2m 5f being worth JPY124,000, 000 (£821,000 e961.000 with £465,000/e554,000 to the winner). Only the £975,000 Grand National is worth more.
(International news on racingpost.com)
Don't miss Willie Mullins column in today's Racing Post.
"Mullins confirms prep race key to Blackstair Japanese victory."
" BLACKSTAIRMOUNTAIN did us all proud yesterday by winning
biggest Jumps prize, the Nakayama Grand Jump, rewarding his owners Rich and
Susannah Ricci for taking up the challenge and agreeing to send the horse to Japan
last month to prepare or the race. Japan
"When Blackstairmountain ran at the same track in his prep race last month it was all new territory for him, racing out of stalls and from a poor draw.
"Everything was happening too quickly for him and he was never able to get into contention.
"Yesterday the distance (2m5f) was almost five furlongs longer and that certainly helped. But the experience gained from that prep run was invaluable and both the horse and Ruby Walsh learned a lot from it.
"We were hoping for and expecting a much better performance yesterday and it all worked out brilliantly. When I saw Blackstairmountain on Friday morning he was a lot sharper and stronger in himself. Emmet (Mullins) and Diarmuid Keeling did a fantastic job looking after and preparing the horse over the past month and they deserve huge praise. It cost a lot to send the horse over, but he more than doubled his career earnings yesterday. The JRA looked after us very well."
David Baxter brings exciting news from
BLACK CAVIAR and LUKE NOLAN score their 25th straight win for trainer Peter Moody and owner Robert Cowell yesterday at
Randwick in . Australia
Will she, won't she, come over to Royal Ascot to defend her crown in the Diamond Jubilee or challenge instead for The King Stand? We will have to wait and see ...