La Petite Coco wins Pretty Polly Stakes at The Curragh

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Los angeles Petite Coco wins Crew 1 Alwasmiyah Lovely Polly Stakes at The Curragh. Credit score: David Betts.

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Los angeles Petite Coco (9/1) received the Crew 1 Alwasmiyah Lovely Polly Stakes at The Curragh on Sunday, the general day of the three-day Dubai Accountability Unfastened Irish Derby Pageant.

Educated through Paddy Toomey and ridden through Billy Lee, the Ruler Of The Global filly took the €177,000 first prize within the colors of Crew Valor LLC.

The English raider, My Astra, from the William Haggas backyard, began the 1 mile 2 furlong race because the 11/4 favorite however needed to give option to Los angeles Petite Coco through part a duration.

Rosscarbery (20/1), additionally skilled through Paddy Toomey, used to be 3rd previous the put up however used to be therefore disqualified following a stewards’ enquiry.

The Ger Lyons-handled Thunder Kiss (40/1) used to be promoted to 3rd position for jockey Colin Keane and house owners Newtown Anner Stud Farm Ltd.

Justify and Galileo offspring win

The regally-bred Statuette (4/6f) took the Crew 2 Airlie Stud Stakes over 6 furlongs. The daughter of Justify, sporting the Magnier colors, had three-parts of a duration in hand at the Donnacha O’Brien-handled Badb (25/1), with the similar distance again to Matilda Picotte (18/1) in 3rd.

Proud And Regal (16/1) received the hole Barrownstown Stud Irish EBF Maiden for instructor Donnacha O’Brien and jockey Cillian Leonard.

The well-bred son of Galileo, sporting the colors of Derrick Smith, is a full-brother to five-time winner Mekong River.

Coumshingaun (10/1) took the Sherry Fitzgerald Nation Houses Handicap for seven-pound claimer  Jamie Powell and handler Kevin Coleman.The Fastnet Rock filly used to be the ground weight within the race and claimed the €14,750 first prize for a hit proprietor Eileen Coleman.

The €100,000 Paddy Energy Rockingham Handicap (Premier Handicap) over 5 furlongs went the way in which of Ano Syra (9/2) for instructor Johnny Fehan and jockey Jamie Powell, the second one a part of Powell’s first profession double.

The Coolmore-bred four-year-old Galileo colt HMS Seahorse used to be one of the crucial spectacular winners of the weekend when claiming the Irish Stallion Farms EBF “Ragusa” Handicap for instructor Paul Nolan and rider Colin Hayes.

 

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