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Last Updated: June 26, 2010 4:31pm
Precious Gem slams Shantoh.
Precious Gem, trained by Dermot Weld and ridden by Pat Smullen, supplemented her recent Listed success at Limerick with victory in the Group Three Ballymacoll Stud International Stakes.
Odds-on favourite Recharge proved a major disappointment and trailed home well beaten after coming under pressure over three furlongs from the finish.
Grand Admiral took the five-runner field along at a decent clip, but in-form filly Precious Gem (9-2) moved to the front entering the straight and Smullen simply had to keep her up to her work to beat 4-1 shot Shintoh by a length and three-quarters.
Weld said: "She is a very adaptable filly, both in terms of ground and riding tactics. I left a bit to work on before she won at Limerick as this race was always her summer target.
"We own her ourselves and have taken our time with her. There is a Group One race at Deauville in August and that is likely to be her next target.
"She will be kept in training for next year and I am confident you haven't seen the best of her yet."