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Our last blog was from the Curragh on Pretty Polly Stakes day & in that time England have beaten Germany, Ukraine & Denmark to reach the European Championship final on Sunday against Italy….

We took a break as we thought the time was right & now we are ready to rock n roll, starting with Day 2 of the July Festival from Newmarket… Group 1 Fillies & Mares’ Falmouth Stakes….

Going is Good to Firm….

Charlie –

1.50 Bet365 Heritage Handicap

Dubai Honour – 3 year old Gelding out of Pride Of Dubai and Mondelise. Has ran just the 5 times in total has relatively low mileage on the clock and plenty of room for improvement. Has won just the once so far and has finished 2nd on one occasion as well, the win came at Haydock on the 26th September 2020 when beating Oman by 2 and 1/2 lengths over 1m 37y. Was beaten a nose into 2nd place in the race prior to that win by State Of Bliss at Chester over 7f 27y. Most recent start was at Ascot on the 17th June this year when finishing 4th some 2 and 1/2 lengths behind winner Perotto over 1m. Having been lightly raced, still has plenty of room for manoeuvre and is taken to get back Into the winners enclosure today, main danger to the selection comes in the shape of King Frankel who has a similar profile.

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3.35 Tattershall Falmouth Stakes (Group 1)

Alcohol Free – 3 year old Filly out of No Nay Never and Plying, has raced 6 times winning 4 times and placing 2nd once. The wins have came at Newbury when making debut on the 15th August 2020, Newmarket on the 26th September 2020 when beating Miss Amulet by 1/2 length in the Juddmonte Cheveley Park Stakes. Beat Statement by a short head in the Dubai Duty Free Stakes at Newbury on the 18th April this year. More recently won the Coronation Stakes at Royal Ascot on the 18th June when beating Snow Lantern by 1 and 1/2 lengths. Alcohol Free has beaten several of today’s rivals before and should run her race again, biggest threat comes in the shape of Mother Earth who finished 3rd behind the selection at Ascot.

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Chris –

3.35 Tattersalls Falmouth Stakes

I put up Alcohol Free to win the Guineas this year, sadly she didn’t quite enjoy the run of the race there and just finished outside the money. She made up for it with a classy win in the Coronation Stakes at the Royal meeting over this trip, where she made stylish headway to see off several of today’s rivals. Back on better ground today I can see her resume progress and add another Group 1 to her collection for the in form Andrew Balding yard.

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Ascot (going good to soft)

4.00 Wave Goodbye To Pain Handicap.

I’ve followed Tinto for a while, who remains well handicapped after a return to to form recently. The biggest issue with this gelding is the stalls, he has regularly been slowly away before running on to make the frame. It’s a risk, but if he puts it together today he could make all the beating at a decent each way price, especially with the useful Saffie Osbourne claiming 5lbs.

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Jamie –

2:25 – Duchess of Cambridge Stakes (G2) – Selection: Hello You

A field of eight go to post for this informative Juvenile Fillies contest with the Albany form three weeks ago put under the spotlight. My selection Hello You was runner up in the Albany behind Sandrine. The margin that day was 1 ½ lengths on heavy ground. Over the same trip on good to firm ground I think Hello You can make her presence felt and should get closer to Sandrine today. At the prices Ralph Beckett’s Filly makes more appeal on a sharper track which may suit Hello You better than her Ascot conquerer.

3:35 – Falmouth Stakes – Selection: Primo Bacio

On paper this looks to be one of the best Falmouth Stakes for quite a number of years. The classic generation appear to hold the aces with the top four in the betting all being three year olds. I was impressed with the way Primo Bacio won at York last time out and I think she is capable of taking this step up to the top level in her stride. The form has worked out well from that York race with runner up Creative Flair winning next time out in a Newbury listed contest, while the reaposing Snow Lantern was left five lengths behind in third. Obviously since then she has ran a cracker in the Coronation Stakes at Royal Ascot. Primo Bacio still has untapped potential with just the six races under her belt. She needs to find between 4-6lbs to really have a chance of winning but I think coming here a fresh horse is an advantage and I like her. The horse to beat is Alcohol Free, while Mother Earth always runs her race. Saffron Beach may be worth an each way play.

Rich –

3.00 Handicap – Class 2 – 4yo Plus – 1m 6f…

Global Storm- Night of Thunder X Travel 4yo gelding.
Stepped up in trip from 1m 4f to 1m 6f having finished a nose 2nd to Zabeel Champion in a Class 2 Handicap at this course on May 2nd.
Won on his first try at the new distance at this course on May 22nd in a Class 2 Handicap by 1 & 1/4 lengths from Lostwhitel.
Finished runner up last time out on June 15th at Ascot to Amityaz in a Class 2 Handicap over this distance by 1 & 1/4 lengths. Has risen from 93 to 100 in last 3 runs. Can reverse form with Amityaz….

3.35 Falmouth Stakes – Fillies’ & Mares’ Group 1 – 3yo Plus – 1m..

Mother Earth – Zoffany X Many Colours 3yo filly.
1000 Guineas winner at this course over todays distance back on May 2nd by 1 length from Saffron Beach. Runner up in the French Guineas on May 16th (Very soft) at Longchamp, beaten 1 & 1/4 lengths & finished 3rd at Royal Ascot in the Fillies’ Coronation Stakes behind Alcohol Free & Snow Lantern on June 18th. All 3 meet again today…

That’s all for today folks… Thanks for popping by & for your support..

All the Best – The Arseonlineracing Team


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