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John Gosden Stable Tour
22 Jul 2019

JOHN GOSDEN looks forward to the height of the summer with his team in irresistible form and the current jewel in the crown Enable looking to bag a second King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot on Saturday.

The wonder mare took the prize for a first time in 2017 when beating Ulysees four and a half lengths and only injury blighted a second attempt last year. Enable showed herself to be in resplendent form when scoring by three quarters of a length from Magical in the Group 1 Coral-Eclipse Stakes at Sandown and her trainer is hoping she can make history by winning three consecutive Prix de l'Arc de Triomphes at Longchamp in October.

Too Darn Hot put his best foot forward when landing the Prix Jean Prat at Deauville this month and is on call for the Sussex Stakes at Goodwood and at the other end of the sphere Stradivarius looks to confirm his position as the top stayer in training in the Goodwood Cup.

Star Catcher was the latest Group 1 winning addition to the Clarehaven stable band of high achievers in the Kerrygold Irish Oaks at the Curragh on Saturday and the season as a familiar flavour about for Gosden and his team.

“I am happy with the horses and delighted that we have been able to enjoy six Group 1 winners for six individual owners this season,” said Gosden. Along with Enable, Too Darn Hot, Stradivarius and Star Catcher, he has also taken the Investec Oaks with Anapurna and the Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud with Coronet.

With Ascot and Goodwood bearing down on race fans fast, John kindly spoke to Tony Elves of about some of his major contenders.

Older Horses
5 b m Nathaniel - Concentric
Winner of 11 of her 12 starts and currently rated 125. Mare of the highest class and returned from injury to win her three starts last season – landing the Group 3 September Stakes at Kempton (1m 4f) in September by three and a half lengths from Crystal Ocean, the Group 1 Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe at Longchamp (1m 4f) in October by a short neck from Sea Of Class and the Group 1 Breeders’ Cup Turf at Churchill Downs (1m 4f) in November by three quarters of a length from Magical. Made a winning reappearance in the Coral-Eclipse Stakes at Sandown (1m 2f) in early July when again scoring by three quarters of a length from Magical.
She has been in good form since Sandown and I thought she ran a lovely race there and Frankie (Dettori) popped himself in the right position and she won with a little bit in hand. The Eclipse is close enough to the King George, but you are getting three weeks and hopefully that will be fine. She’s just done routine work and she worked Saturday with Frankie on her. We were going to gallop her on the grass, but we didn’t have enough rain, so she just breezed on the all-weather. She seems happy and well for what is a tall order and I see the betting industry has put her at a price where they want nobody to back her and it not realistic to her chance but realistic as to where they want to protect themselves. She won the King George as a three-year-old getting the weight just as Taghrooda did. It’s a little different when you are older, and you are in there and suddenly you have a Derby winner coming at you and he’s getting the weight and you have a wonderful older horse Crystal Ocean who ran a blinder last year in it and won the Prince of Wales’s. This is no penalty kick. I think she was maybe 85 to 90 per cent fit in the Eclipse and she will have come on for it and she is up for it, but I don’t think it is the formality that is be indicated. She is a pleasure to be around and is a great filly and had a very difficult year last year and came back from injury, surgery and sickness after Kempton and still managed to do the job in the Arc. We have had a smoother run this year and has maintained her enthusiasm for racing and really enjoys her work. She has a great physique and a great mind and a mile and quarter to a mile and half suit her admirably. She has great tactical speed as she showed at Chantilly and that will always stand her in good stead. I admired her coming back from injury last year and it’s a big ask and there’s Ascot and possibly York (Yorkshire Oaks or Juddmonte International) before the Arc but she is very proud of herself and knows how good she is.
Private Life
Sea The Stars
5 ch h Sea The Stars - Private Life
Winner of 11 of his 16 starts and currently rated 120. Has won the Group 1 Ascot Gold Cup at Royal Ascot (2m 4f) for the past two years – scored by a length from Dee Ex Bee last month and by three quarters of a length from Vazirabad in 2018.
He is in great form and he worked on Saturday and did his usual thing which was to go a length clear and say that’s it I’ve done my thing. He goes to the Goodwood Cup on Tuesday and I was always told by Charlie Whittingham and Woody Stephens that a Flat racehorse reaches the zenith of his powers at five. They have the strength as a five-year-old and we are pretty hopeful we can win the Goodwood Cup again but it’s going to be a tough race. There will be plenty there making it a hard race but that’s what is exciting about it. I think the Goodwood Cup after Ascot two and a half miles back to two miles and a slightly different track where you have to be agile and also going downhill is different from the run from Swinley Bottom it’s a race and a half. The pace in the Ascot Gold Cup this year wasn’t as hard as the pace last year, so it took a little less out of him that’s for sure. It was a bit of sprint finish but he’s in great nick.
Redoute's Choice
4 b f Redoute's Choice - Chanterelle
Winner of three of her 6 starts and currently rated 108. Returned to winning form when gamely holding Dramatic Queen by a neck in the Group 2 Lancashire Oaks at Haydock (1m 6f) in July.
She delighted us with her effort in the Lancashire Oaks and she looks as though she will be suited by the return to a mile and six furlongs in the Lily Langtry Stakes on the Saturday at Goodwood.
Three Year Olds
Dash To The Top
3 b f Frankel - Dash To The Top
Winner of three of her 4 starts and currently rated 113. Completed a hat-trick when beating Pink Dogwood a neck in the Group 1 Investec Oaks at Epsom (1m 4f) in June.
She showed a lot of courage when digging deep to win the Epsom Oaks and she is in great form a home. She could possibly go for the Yorkshire Oaks next.
3 b c Kingman - Helleborine
Winner of three of his 4 starts and currently rated 115. Easy four-length winner from No Nonsense on his reappearance in the Group 3 Pavilion Stakes at Ascot (6f) in May but suffered a setback when runner-up, beaten three and a quarter lengths, to Hello Youmzain when heavily odds-on for the Group 2 Sandy Lane Stakes at Haydock (6f) later that month.
He’s alright but he’s been put on the easy list as he got hurt at Haydock. We are fighting our way back to see if he can go to Champions Day at Ascot. He won’t be out before then but he’s a talented horse.
Dubai Warrior
3 b c Dansili - Mahbooba
Impressive four and a half length winner from Days of Glory on his only start at Chelmsford (1m) in November.
Sadly, he was having a roll earlier this year and stood up and split his hoof down the middle. It blew out the whole first half of the season, but he is coming up nicely now. He will need another three bits of work and then will be ready to run.
King Of Comedy
Stage Presence
3 b c Kingman - Stage Presence
Winner of three of his 5 starts and currently rated 116. Career-best effort when runner-up, beaten a neck, to Circus Maximus in the St James’s Palace Stakes at Royal Ascot (1m) in June.
He’s in great form and he will be looking at the Prix Jacques Le Marois on August 11. I think the straight mile at Deauville will suit him and I think his trip is eventually going to be a mile and a quarter. Everything he shows me, and the family suggests that they are best at that trip and I think that in the end he will be going for the proper mile and a quarter races like the Irish Champion Stakes and Champions Day at Ascot. After the St James’s Palace, the first thing I said to the owner was that you must not forget Champions Day here in October.
Sayyedati Symphony
3 b f Frankel - Sayyedati Symphony
Winner of four of her 7 starts and currently rated 108. Returned to winning form when scoring by two lengths from Edisa in the Group 2 Prix de Malleret at Saint-Cloud (1m 4f) in June.
We are looking at the Nassau Stakes with her. She won the Prix de Malleret and was unlucky in the Oaks. She quickened very well in France off a slow pace and we think that will be a proper race to run her in at Goodwood.
Star Catcher
Lynnwood Chase
Sea The Stars
3 b f Sea The Stars - Lynnwood Chase
Winner of three of her 5 starts and currently rated 110. Gained her most prestigious success to date when scoring by three quarters of a length from Fleeting in the Group 1 Kerrygold Irish Oaks at the Curragh (1m 4f) on Saturday.
She got back well and is in good form. She did lots of eating and sleeping on Sunday when she got back, and she was given a great ride by Frankie (Dettori). He was concerned about a false pace so just did his own thing. When she was broken in last year she went back to the stud as she was a bit weak and need time. She came back into training and she was just up to having a run at Chelmsford. When she won at Newbury this spring Frankie was very clear straightway and said not to go for the Oaks and give her one run and go for the Ribblesdale. She has improved a lot and has a neck on her now and she has certainly gone the right way and put in a great performance in the Irish Oaks. You have to be thrilled with her and the Prix Vermeille is probably very likely – the Yorkshire Oaks is taking on the older ones. She has been to Royal Ascot and the Curragh and I think maybe freshen up and going for the Vermeille might be a good idea.
Too Darn Hot
Dar Re Mi
3 b c Dubawi - Dar Re Mi
Winner of five of his 8 starts and currently rated 121. Returned to winning form when beating Space Blues three lengths in the Group 1 Prix Jean Prat at Deauville (7f) in July.
I think he showed what he’s good at in the Prix Jean Prat and he’s a very quick horse. We were stupidly trying to stretch him out off a severely interrupted preparation and missing the Guineas and I think we have got him back in the right place now. I was most impressed with the way he hit the line strong in the Jean Prat over seven and his best trip is probably seven/seven and a half furlongs or an easy mile. He certainly won’t be trying to go further than that and the Sussex Stakes is a lovely race. Of course, you are always terrified when the draw comes out and hope you are not drawn too high. He had lost a lot time but the horse’s enthusiasm was always there, and we erroneously went for the Dante but he was never going to stay that trip. The panicky rush to Ireland wasn’t wise but finally we let the horse do what he wants to do and show his speed and his class. He handles any ground and doesn’t mind if it’s fast or soft and it’s a quick mile at Goodwood.
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