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Going - Good to Firm (Round Course: Good in places, Watered). 

Placepot Pool - £211,245.33 Winning Units - 451.73 Dividend - £341.30. Quadpot Pool - £16,403.79 Winning Units - 115.38 Dividend - £105.20. Place Six Dividend - £228.72. Place Five Dividend - £78.20.

1st
silks
Real Dominion (USA) 3, b c 9-5 (Mick And Janice Mariscotti)
(Drawn 4)hd5 Rated 82
Cape Blanco (IRE) - Real Doll (USA)(Known Fact (ITY))

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

Tote Win £5.20 Place £2.40
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held up in 4th and off the pace, closed on outside hanging right over 2f out, went 2nd 2f out, led and hung right over 1f out, came clear inside final furlong
2nd
6L
silks
Kesselring (GB) 3, ch g 9-3 (Mr R J McCreery)
(Drawn 6) Rated 80
New Approach (IRE) - Anna Oleanda (IRE)(Old Vic)
Breeder - Stowell Hill Ltd

(Ring price: 4/1 9/2 5/1) SP 5/1

Place £2.60
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tracked clear leader until dropped to 3rd over 2f out, chased leaders, went 2nd again inside final furlong, no chance with winner
3rd
5L
silks
Opposition (GB) 3, gr g 9-7 (Highclere Thoroughbred Racing(melbourn)
(Drawn 2) Rated 84
Dalakhani (IRE) - Censored (GB)(Pivotal (GB))

(Ring price: 6/4 11/8 5/4 6/5 11/10 1/1 11/10) SP 11/10fav

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raced in 3rd behind clear leader, pushed and closed into 2nd briefly over 2f out until 2f out, chased clear winner until inside final furlong, kept on same pace in 3rd
4th
1.5L
silks
Second Serve (IRE) 3, b c 9-4 (Mr S Richards,mr N Browne,mrs R Frosel)
(Drawn 3)bl1 Rated 81
Cape Cross (IRE) - Aguinaga (IRE)(Machiavellian (USA))

(Ring price: 9/2 5/1 11/2 5/1 11/2) SP 11/2

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pulled hard, led and soon well clear, 15 lengths ahead halfway, reduced lead over 2f out, ridden headed and weakened over 1f out
5th
17L
silks
Imari Kid (IRE) 3, b g 8-3 (Mr P B Moorhead)
(Drawn 5) Rated 71
Pour Moi (IRE) - Breathe (FR)(Ocean Of Wisdom (USA))

(Ring price: 6/1 11/2 6/1 13/2 7/1 11/2 6/1) SP 11/2

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steadied after start, pulled hard in rear, struggling when ridden inside final 3f, never a factor

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