Romantic Time was able to find a perfect run inside, giving William Stone his greatest success in the Group Three Ire Incentive Scheme – Dick Poole Fillies’ Stakes at Salisbury.
Although the Time Test daughter appeared to be in danger by moving slowly, Hollie Doyle helped her to recover and put herself back into contention.
Romantic Time took the six-furlong step to the right for his first race. The 28-1 outsider was quicker in the last furlong and won by one length over Pearl Glory.
Stone is currently based in West Wickham, Cambridgeshire. He said that the horse was great. Hollie was a wonderful rider.
She was thrilled to be able to go up from six, but she seemed a little unlucky at Newbury. It was a slow start for her and she ran into some problems, which did not help.
“I don’t know what I will do next. We came here without knowing whether she would stay six. So, until today, I didn’t have the opportunity to look at any options for her. “We’ll look at all options, and see where it leads us.”
He said, “I am absolutely delighted to be my first group winner. It is amazing.
Chocoya (8-1), rose to the occasion and won the European Bloodstock News EBF “Lochsong” Fillies’ Handicap.
Ryan Moore took the Hugo Palmer-trained, three-year old to the track and saw him finish strong. He beat Crazy Luck by half an inch.
After several Pattern races, this was her first handicap. Palmer hopes that the win will boost her confidence when she returns to company.
“She did great. He said that it was her handicap, which wasn’t too bad considering she had just finished her third-year-old season.
She has plenty of black snow, but not much of the heavy stuff.
We’ve tried so hard to win a Listed Race together and she has been running on credit for most of the year, but it’s not been possible. That will hopefully give her more confidence.
Ryan was extremely pleased with her. She’ll win the next round, and she will be close to 100. If she wins again, we’ll continue our search for black type.
There are also races at Deauville in the all-weather going into November or December. So that might be an option. Today, she was slightly slower than her counterparts on the hills. She was able to keep her course and complete the race well.
She has always believed that seven is within her reach. Although she hasn’t proved that she keeps it, she did win the 50-yard mark today.
Oisin Murphy, champion jockey, continued his march to a third title by winning a second on Outbreak as well as Neenees Choice.
Evens favorite Outbreak confirmed his promise to be a second place finisher in spectacular style, winning the Byerley Stud Novice Stakes five lengths away from Point Lynas.
Neenee’s Choice (6-5 favorite) was no problem stepping up to a mile and quarter to make her win in the Molson Coors Handicap.
Andrew Balding’s filly dominated the mile and quarter, and continued pulling out more for Lady Reset by one length and half.
Publiated at Thu, 2 Sep 2021 07:50:51 +0000