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Last Updated: September 21, 2012 4:17pm
Wentworth: Justified favouritism in Newbury feature
Wentworth justified 8-11 favouritism in the Haynes, Hanson & Clark Conditions Stakes at Newbury under Richard Hughes.
Richard Hannon's charge looked momentarily in trouble when switched to the stands' rail a furlong out as runner-up Chief Havoc (9-2) had hit the front and set sail for home.
However just as he had when winning at the York Ebor Meeting, the son of Acclamation showed a smart turn of foot to hit the front 150 yards from the post and win by three-quarters of a length.
Hannon said: "It looked a bit sweaty for a minute, but he got the job done in the end. I'll have to talk to the firm back at Coolmore to see what we do, but I might just finish him off for the season. He'll be some horse next year."
Hughes added: "I thought that was impressive. He got a bit lit up in the gate, but I think I went by a good horse.
"He's still very weak and he needs a winter on his back. I'm not sure he's a Guineas horse, he could be more of a French Derby horse."