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O.P. « 2017-Nov-07, 05:05 PM »
LATROBE (IRE)Bay colt 2015 
Camelot
Bay or brown 2009
Montjeu
Bay 1996
Sadler's Wells
Bay 1981
Northern Dancer
Bay 1961
Nearctic
Natalma
1954
1957
14-c
2-d
Fairy Bridge
Bay 1975
Bold Reason
Special
1968
1969
19-b
5-h
Floripedes
Bay 1985
Top Ville
Bay 1976
High Top
Sega Ville
1969
1968
11-a
8-i
Toute Cy
Bay 1979
Tennyson
Adele Toumignon
1970
1971
1-t
1-u
Tarfah
Bay 2001
Kingmambo
Bay 1990
Mr Prospector
Bay 1970
Raise a Native
Gold Digger
1961
1962
8-f
13-c
Miesque
Bay 1984
Nureyev
Pasadoble
1977
1979
5-h
20>
Fickle
Bay 1996
Danehill
Bay 1986
Danzig
Razyana
1977
1981
7-a
2-d
Fade
Bay 1988
Persepolis
One Over Parr
1979
1972
4-n
4-o
Question Times
Bay 2008
Shamardal
Bay 2002
Giant's Causeway
Chestnut 1997
Storm Cat
Bay or brown 1983
Storm Bird
Terlingua
1978
1976
4-j
8-c
Mariah's Storm
Bay 1991
Rahy
Immense
1985
1979
12-c
11>
Helsinki
Bay 1993
Machiavellian
Bay or brown 1987
Mr Prospector
Coup de Folie
1970
1982
13-c
2-d
Helen Street
Bay 1982
Troy
Waterway
1976
1976
1-b
1-l
Forever Times
Bay 1998
So Factual
Bay 1990
Known Fact
Bay or brown 1977
In Reality
Tamerett
1964
1962
21-a
2-f
Sookera
Bay or brown 1975
Roberto
Irule
1969
1968
12-c
11>
Simply Times
Bay 1994
Dodge
Bay 1988
Mr Prospector
Storm Star
1970
1983
13-c
25>
Nesian's Burn
Bay or brown 1979
Big Burn
Marnesian's Cross
1970
1975
4-d
9-g
 Ancestor duplications:Mr Prospector4m x 5m,5m

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« 2018-Apr-14, 01:37 AM Reply #1 »
Back in 23 minutes.

Fair dinkum Derby and cups prospect for Lloyd and Joseph.


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« 2018-Jun-10, 01:55 PM Reply #2 »
Raced himself into Irish Derby calculation with an easy maiden victory overnight.

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« 2018-Jun-10, 02:12 PM Reply #3 »
Just looking at the form of that race he won overnight, It probably could not have been a worse 2400m maiden although the 3rd horse has a hell of a pedigree the rest are poor class hurdlers.

He treated them with contempt but really he probably should have won even easier.


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« 2018-Jun-10, 02:32 PM Reply #4 »

A decisive performance from the winner in a contest where not a lot was destined to be learned.

LATROBE made all, travelled well the whole way and did his best work inside the final furlong to win by a good margin. He stays 1m4f well, acts on the ground, and if anything he was further in command at the post than at any other point in the race. As an Irish Derby trial, his Gallinule run was more informative, how well he stayed this trip was the most informative aspect of this run.

Tornado Watch is a decent handicap hurdler at a middling level. He was held up off the pace and was more or less ridden to be second. Those in front of him fell by the wayside in the last couple of furlongs and he stayed on. A 1m6f conditions race or maiden could suit him, perhaps at Leopardstown in the coming weeks.

Baliyad chased the winner most of the way, came off the bridle before the straight and tired late on. He is one that's likely to improve but is more likely to win a handicap. Galway could well be on the cards.

Jack The Wire faded from two furlongs out and was well beaten.

Mulligan Choice kept going at one pace, might not have stayed, and showed a modicum of promise. [Justin O'Hanlon]

QUOTES: Latrobe was entitled to go and do that. He'll go on to the Irish Derby now all being well. I think 1m4f is his trip and he might even get further in time - Joseph O'Brien, trainer.


https://www.racingpost.com/results/178/curragh/2018-06-09/704477/analysis


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« 2018-Jul-01, 02:22 AM Reply #5 »
Bang bang bang bang bang

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« 2018-Jul-01, 02:11 PM Reply #6 »
Well done Auth.

But mate. Why wasn't this bumped before the race  :(

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« 2018-Jul-01, 10:58 PM Reply #7 »
To make up for it I suspect So You Think can get his first group 1 winner in Europe tonight. Harvestfortheworld at 1.40 in the morning from Ireland. 😊

Hopefully 🤔

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« 2018-Jul-01, 11:47 PM Reply #8 »
To make up for it I suspect So You Think can get his first group 1 winner in Europe tonight. Harvestfortheworld at 1.40 in the morning from Ireland. 😊

Hopefully 🤔

There is a Foxwedge in the race as well as a Fastnet.

Has there ever been an international Group 1 where half the field were by Australian based sires?

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« 2018-Jul-01, 11:49 PM Reply #9 »
Probably not over 2000m

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« 2018-Jul-02, 01:49 AM Reply #10 »
Was Urban Fox Foxwedge's first international Group 1?

Has won two here to date with Volpe Veloce in NZ and Foxplay in the Queen Of The Turf.

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« 2018-Jul-02, 01:50 AM Reply #11 »
And Foxwedge gets it.

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« 2018-Jul-02, 01:54 AM Reply #12 »
Was Urban Fox Foxwedge's first international Group 1?

Has won two here to date with Volpe Veloce in NZ and Foxplay in the Queen Of The Turf.

Yep.

Can just see Merchant Navy racking up classic and cup winners in the future.


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« 2018-Jul-02, 02:05 AM Reply #13 »
I think the superior Australian sprinter-miler genes are infecting the world - Merchant Navy should go well too   :biggrin:

Are they shuttling Pierro? Might get a winner over a distance if they do.

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« 2018-Jul-02, 12:36 PM Reply #15 »
Being 6 moths younger than both this seasons Victoria and Australian Derby winners he would be entitled to about a kilo to a kilo and half less than them ?


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« 2018-Jul-02, 12:58 PM Reply #16 »
I notice operation pressure the handicapper goes straight into effect lol. Good on them though, tough win.

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« 2018-Jul-02, 04:07 PM Reply #17 »
He is certainly an interesting one for the handicapper who painted himself into a corner with his 58 kgs rhetoric.


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