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Going - Good to Firm (Good in places). 

Placepot Pool - £56,516.36 Winning Units - 1248.91 Dividend - £33.00. Quadpot Pool - £4,936.81 Winning Units - 341.26 Dividend - £10.70. Place Six Dividend - £5.76. Place Five Dividend - £5.48.

1st
silks
Berland (IRE) 2, b g 9-5 (Sheikh Marwan Al Maktoum)
(Drawn 7)
Cape Cross (IRE) - Ballantrae (IRE)(Diktat (GB))

(Ring price: 4/11 1/3 3/10) SP 3/10fav

Tote Win £1.30 Place £1.02
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soon chased leaders, led over 2f out, ridden over 1f out, kept on well
2nd
2L
silks
La Estatua (GB) 2, b f 9-0 (Mr Saeed Manana)
(Drawn 3)
Lope De Vega (IRE) - Statua (IRE)(Statoblest)

(Ring price: 9/2 4/1) SP 4/1

Place £2.40
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led early, remained close up, ridden over 1f out, kept on and always well held
3rd
3L
silks
Grey Sensation (IRE) 2, gr g 9-5 (Mr M Nelmes-Crocker)
(Drawn 8)
Aussie Rules (USA) - Sensasse (IRE)(Imperial Ballet (IRE))
Breeder - Mr Theodore Waddington

(Ring price: 28/1 33/1) SP 33/1

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towards rear, pushed along 3f out, ridden and headway over 1f out, kept on inside final furlong
4th
1.25L
silks
Indian Champ (GB) 2, b g 9-0 (Mr Michael Beaumont)
(Drawn 5)
Sleeping Indian (GB) - Bebe de Cham (GB)(Tragic Role (USA))

SP 10/1

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close up, soon led, headed over 2f out, weakened inside final furlong
5th
3.75L
silks
Phantasmo (IRE) 2, b g 9-5 (Mr & Mrs Paul Gaffney)
(Drawn 4)
Dark Angel (IRE) - Monsusu (IRE)(Montjeu (IRE))
Breeder - Lynnlodge Stud & Arthur Finnan

(Ring price: 40/1 33/1 28/1) SP 28/1

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mid-division, went 4th over 2f out, ridden over 1f out, one pace final furlong
6th
3L
silks
Little Houidini (GB) 2, b g 9-5 (Evergreen Racing)
(Drawn 2)
Arabian Gleam (GB) - Milli Can Can (GB)(Supreme Sound (GB))

SP 66/1

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chased leaders early, mid-division, lost place over 3f out
7th
14L
silks
Hafina (GB) 2, b f 9-0 (Mr E A R Morgans)
(Drawn 6)
Multiplex (GB) - Danifah (IRE)(Perugino (USA))

(Ring price: 50/1 66/1) SP 66/1

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in rear and outpaced, never dangerous

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