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By Martin Kelly, PA Sport, Paris. Last Updated: May 10, 2009 5:27pm
Fantasia - only third in French 1000 Guineas.
Campbell Soup magnate George Strawbridge suffered his second Classic reverse inside a week as odds-on favourite Fantasia went down to Jean-Claude Rouget's pair of Elusive Wave and Tamazirte in the Poule d'Essai des Pouliches at Longchamp.
Just seven days after the American's hotly-fancied Rainbow View was sunk in the 1000 Guineas at Newmarket, Frankie Dettori's mount stuttered in the Parisian suburbs and could only managed third in the French equivalent.
Dettori, riding for fellow Italian Luca Cumani, pinged the stalls and had the 8-11 favourite handy throughout, only for Elusive Wave to draw away running to the line and supplement her recent Maisons-Laffitte success.
The 5-1 winner pulled half a length clear of stablemate Tamazirte, with Nell Gwyn winner Fantasia a length and a half adrift.
Cumani said: "I am disappointed as she was favourite. If she had not been favourite and had finished third in a Group One it wouldn't have been a bad result, but there was a lot of expectation.
"The winner has made all and we were still second two furlongs out but have finished pretty much where we started.
"In this type of race she would need a mile and a quarter, she has been working very well.
"I would say we would look at the Prix de Diane for her, as I am reluctant to go from a mile to a mile and a half at Epsom, and would rather take incremental steps."
Strawbridge added of his two fillies: "I couldn't stand for one to beat the other, so they will go their separate ways.
"It is distinctly possible Rainbow View will run at Epsom in the Oaks, and I don't see the mile-and-a-half distance being a problem.
"We will discuss options for this filly with Luca. She is still a very good filly, and has been beaten by two very good fillies today. It is a very competitive game over here."
Ladbrokes removed Fantasia from their Oaks betting, while the French Oaks or a trip to Royal Ascot are options for the Christophe Lemaire-ridden winner.
Rouget said: "I'd like to get them both home before making a plan, but the Coronation and the Prix de Diane would both be options for Elusive Wave."