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Last Updated: August 5, 2012 4:19pm
John Oxx: Will take his time with Akeed Mofeed
Akeed Mofeed, a one-time Classic hope for trainer John Oxx, recorded an easy victory in the Listed Platinum Stakes at Cork.
Prominent in the ante-post markets for both the Guineas and the Derby through the winter, the Jaber Abdullah-owned colt met with numerous little setbacks which prevented him from making his seasonal debut until the Irish Derby 36 days ago.
Ridden confidently by Niall McCullagh the result was never in doubt for the 2-5 favourite although his task was made much easier by the withdrawal of David Wachman's Royal Ascot winner Duntle.
"The ground was very testing, but I would never pull him out because of the ground," said Oxx.
"I'm not sure what happened to him in the Derby. I think it was a mixture of him not staying and blowing up a bit.
"I don't think he's a stayer. I think a mile to a mile and a quarter is his trip. They went a good gallop and he quickened up well on the ground.
"We'll feel our way with him now. He might go for the Kilternan Stakes. He's entered in the Champion Stakes, but we'll take our time with him before stepping back to Group One company."