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R5 DEAUVILLE17 August 2014
PRIX DU HARAS DE FRESNAY-LE-BUFFARD - JACQUES LE MAROIS G1 3UFM OPEN ($784,680), 1600m 1:41.90
FP
 
Horse
Age & Sex
Trainer
Jockey
WT
SP
 
1st  
5. KINGMAN (GB)
3yo Colt
JOHN GOSDEN
JAMES DOYLE
56.5
$1.40
 
INVINCIBLE SPIRIT (IRE) - ZENDA (GB)
MR K ABDULLAH
 
2nd  
3. ANODIN (IRE)
4yo Horse
FREDDY HEAD
OLIVIER PESLIER
59.0
$5.80
 
ANABAA (USA) - BORN GOLD (USA)
WERTHEIMER ET FRERE
 
3rd  
1. OLYMPIC GLORY (IRE)
4yo Horse
RICHARD HANNON JR
FRANKIE DETTORI
59.0
$5.00
 
CHOISIR (AUS) - ACIDANTHERA (GB)
 AL SHAQAB RACING
 


4th  6. RIZEENA (IRE)
3yo Filly
CLIVE BRITTAIN
RYAN MOORE
55.0
$10.00
5th  2. RED DUBAWI (IRE)
6yo Horse
MRS E MADER
EDDY HARDOUIN
59.0
$19.00

Kingman - Prix Jacques Le Marois - Deauville 17/08/14

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  • Derek B Says:

    19/08/2014 7:22:19 AM

    Kingman sits on a rating of 128 which is fair enough for what he has achieved so far but can anybody explain to me how a multiple gp 1 winning champion miler winning the best mile races in europe with ease is rated below Excelebration on 129.could it be the Frankel factor I think so.

  • simon picket Says:

    19/08/2014 3:20:52 AM

    Got to disagree with TF raising his rating to 133 after beating Anodin by 2.5L?!?!? The same distance the aforesaid horse was beaten when taking on Toronado and finishing 3rd at level weights!! Toronado was subsequently downgraded to 132!! Anodins form is decidedly dodgy over a mile!! Even the RP have kept Kingman's rating the same. Had to laugh at their article saying that in order to see how good Kingman can be he needs to be tested off a strong gallop against G1 opposition to enable him to win by a bigger margin .... err 2000 guineas springs to mind and he lost! So much hype flying around that they are all desperate to try and justify it despite the fact there is no evidence to. He was no better in the above race than when beating Torondado - TF have dropped a clanger on this one

  • Andrew Bickmore Says:

    18/08/2014 11:57:31 PM

    so much for Kingman not being as good over a straight mile..! That performance bodes very well for the QE2 on Champions Day, more so as ground might well be similar at that time of year.

  • CommentingToday Says:

    18/08/2014 6:08:05 PM

    Why are people still comparing him with Frankel? He's nowhere near him. He would struggle with Excelebration. He still has a bit to prove to convince me he's better than Excelebration. He's run in two farcical races in the Guineas and Sussex stakes. I would love to see good ground for the QE2 so that he can pulverise Toronado in a proper race. BTW, why don't more European trainers send their horses to the US. They could get a easy G1. Main Sequence, a poor horse from one of the worst classic generations ever is winning G1s over there.

  • GBeret83 Says:

    18/08/2014 6:25:27 AM

    The comment I made below was meant to be just tongue in cheek. But let me clarify for the record, I never remotely meant to insinuate that Kingman is in Frankel's league and I apologize to anyone who took the statement as such. My intention was to say that in my opinion, Kingman looks like the best horse that's raced at a mile in Europe since Frankel's retirement. He looks much more naturally gifted, IMO, than the likes of Moonlight Cloud, Dawn Approach, Intello, Olympic Glory, Toronado, Excelebration, Declaration of War, or any of the other horses who've won top races at mile over the past couple of seasons since Frankel was retired.

  • Free Horse Racing Tips Says:

    18/08/2014 3:23:27 AM

    *Watch Kingman win the Prix Jacque Le Marois Stakes at Deauville* It seems he can race on any ground possible, whether it's heavy water logged ground like Deauville, heavy like The Curragh in the Irish 2,000 Guineas or soft like the AON Greenham Stakes. Plus all the firm and good going races he has won as well. Note how Frankie Dettori keeps looking under his arms to see whether James Doyle is making a move on Kingman and when he does he kicks his own horse, Olympic Glory, into action. Result of the race Kingman - 1st - 2/7 Anodin - 2nd - 18/1 Olympic Glory - 3rd - 7/2 *Watch on my channel - please subscribe!* Kingman - Prix Jacques Le Marois - Deauville 17/08/14 #HorseRacing #Racing #Kingman #OlympicGlory #JamesDoyle #FrankieDettori #PrixJaquesLeMarois #FrenchRacing #Video 

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