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Last Updated: 22/04/12 3:39pm
Chrysanthemum: Never headed
Chrysanthemum was never headed as she outpointed her rivals in the Run Kildare 13th May Alleged Stakes at the Curragh.
The David Wachman-trained filly, giving owner Michael Tabor a quick double after Infanta Branca, was winning for the first time over a mile and a quarter.
The 5-4 favourite, ridden by Wayne Lordan, followed up her course success over a mile by keeping Vivacious Vivienne at bay by a length and a half.
"We knew there wouldn't be much pace, so we decided if there was no pace she'd jump out, not go too quick and dictate away and see what happened," Wachman said.
"Wayne gave her a good job and a good ride.
"There's quite a good job for those fillies and mares, loads of races. There's a race at Gowran Park, the Victor McCalmont, the Pretty Polly back here and lots more Group Three, Two and Group Ones.
"We'll just pick our way through them."