GET YA NEWS Horse racing live: Sunday runners, tips, information, gossip and effects and fallout from Saturday
IT’S a tranquil afternoon inside the UK after a memorable ‘Super Saturday.’
There is Group 1 movement in France later this nighttime, with Aidan O’Brien’s Japan the new preferred within the Grand Prix de Paris at 6.45 pm.
Eve Johnson Houghton was extremely joyful to see Accidental Agent get his season again on the right track with Ascot’s creditable effort.
The 5-year-vintage lined up in Saturday’s Group 2 Summer Mile below a cloud, having refused to race at Royal Ascot closing month.
Accidental Agent changed into slowly away but did consent to jump off with the rest of the field this time and ran properly in completing fourth at the back of the ill-fated winner Beat The Bank.
Johnson Houghton said: “We knew the round mile would not fit him specifically (well), but we needed to get him to a specific start and get him to jump out. It was a notable remedy (that he did), manifestly.
“He’s fine (this morning) and very thrilled with himself. He thinks he’s very clever.”
Sir Michael Stoute has confirmed the Sussex Stakes at Goodwood as the subsequent goal for his Falmouth Stakes winner Veracious.
Frankel’s daughter secured the Group 1 achievement she has lengthy promised at Newmarket on Friday – making every yard of the jogging inside the hues of Cheveley Park Stud below Oisin Murphy.
Stoute stated: “She had no travel and was given an adorable trip. She’s come out of the race well.
“She’ll likely now cross for the Sussex. She ran a massive race at Goodwood within the Nassau final year.
“I became extremely joyful for Cheveley Park – they deserve to be winning races like that.”
The master of Freemason Lodge also supplied a replacement on stable megastar Crystal Ocean.
The 5-12 months-vintage is reportedly on a path for a mouth-watering clash with Enable inside King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes on Saturday week.
Stoute delivered: “We’ll cross for King George.
“John’s filly is a device, and she’s going to be very difficult to conquer, but we will have a pass.”
The Henry Candy-educated filly delivered last week’s Coral Charge to her Listed achievement in the Scurry Stakes on the equal venue to indicate there may be extra to return.
Sam Hoskins, racing manager for owners of the Hot To Trot syndicate, stated: “She has honestly stepped forward, and there has been no fluke about her win at Sandown remaining Saturday.
“We constantly idea she became true – and from her spring work with Limato at domestic, we had been very hopeful for the season, and she or he’s progressed whenever she’s run.”
Hoskins added: “Henry thinks slightly slower ground would suit her. She got away with it on Saturday, and Sandown is a stiff finish.
“We haven’t discussed race plans yet, but I’m certain races just like the Prix de l’Abbaye on the stop of the season can be beneath attention.
“I do not know yet how we’ll get there. There aren’t many alternatives. However, I doubt she’d be going to Goodwood.
“There’s a race in Germany – the Goldene Peitsche – and there may be additionally the Flying Five on the Curragh in mid-September.
“She seems to be getting higher with age, so there may be no rush together with her, but I think the fall will be certainly exciting and exciting.
“The handicapper has put her up 10lb (to 106) after her Sandown win.”