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Last Updated: April 21, 2012 2:47pm
Harris Tweed: Impressive winner at Newbury and Melbourne Cup now the target
Harris Tweed made all to win the Dubai Duty Free Finest Surprise Stakes (Registered As The John Porter Stakes) for the in-form William Haggas team.
Liam Jones upped the tempo turning for home aboard the 6-4 market leader and one-by-one his rivals began to toil.
Allied Powers emerged as the main threat and for a stride or two inside the distance looked as though he could overhaul his rival.
However Harris Tweed had plenty in reserve and went on to score by five lengths.
Arctic Cosmos appeared ill-at-ease on the soft ground and was tailed off alongside Eye Of The Tiger who had proved troublesome at the start while Modun and Fiorente were significant non-runners.
"He thoroughly deserved that - he drew a blank last year and it's hard to believe that's his first Group win," said Haggas.
"To qualify for the Melbourne Cup you need to win a Group race over a mile and a half, and now we need to be sure he stays two miles.
"I'm going to try to draw a plan to have a crack at the Melbourne Cup. He is in the Yorkshire Cup and he might run if it's soft."