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2.30 CHARYN 4/1

BIG ROCK was an impressive winner of last year’s QE II, dominating the race over this course and distance by 6 lengths ahead of today’s rival, FACTEUR CHEVAL. After Ascot, the owner surprised racing pundits by transferring the son of ROCK OF GIBRALTAR to trainer Maurizio Guarnieri.

The 4-year-old began this season in the Lockinge Stakes. Despite racing with the pace from the start, Aurelian Lemaitre’s mount faded to finish a well-beaten 6th out of 10, behind AUDIENCE.

On the other hand, Jerome Reynier’s gelding FACTEUR CHEVAL went on to clinch this year’s highly valued Meydan World Cup (Turf) by a short head from NAMUR. Considering the 5-year-old had only placed in his six previous races, his 20/1 win was quite a surprise. Nonetheless, he’s a seasoned competitor and will have been well-prepared for the challenge ahead. With Christophe Soumillon now in the saddle, I expect the RIBCHESTER son to place, though I can’t see him winning!

MALJOOM, while promising, is being tested at a high level. One that could benefit from racing at Ascot is DOCKLANDS, although a finish in the top five would be seen as a moral victory. 

Kudos to AUDIENCE for a determined win at Newbury. The 5-year-old, expertly ridden by Rab Havlin, showed grit to fend off CHARYN. While not necessarily a fluke, it’s worth noting AUDIENCE won his first race last year but failed to follow up. Additionally, John Gosden’s stable is quiet (2 wins out of 33 races), suggesting that CHARYN has a good chance for revenge.

In that previous race, Roger Varian’s grey was niggled throughout before staying on strongly towards the end. I believe the son of DARK ANGEL would have won if the race had been 100 meters longer. One thing is certain, Silvestre De Sousa’s mount will perform better on this stiffer track, which should suit his style. While faster ground is a slight concern, all other factors point to a strong performance.


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