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Last Updated: 09/08/13 7:21pm
O'Brien: Won with Indian Maharaja
Indian Maharaja maintained his unbeaten record with an impressive success in the Listed Canford Cliffs Stakes at Tipperary.
The Aidan O'Brien-trained colt improved to take closer order half a mile out as Captain's Affair disputed it with Fly To The Moon, and picked up strongly when asked by Joseph O'Brien to strike the front a furlong from home.
Having only needed a couple of reminders, the Galileo colt, a long odds-on favourite, strode out powerfully, beating Jim Bolger's promising newcomer Ceisteach with plenty in hand.
O'Brien's 30-100 winner was building on a similarly taking debut win at Gowran last month, where he unseated his rider after passing the post. He again took a bit of pulling up as he finished full of running, but there was no mishap this time.
O'Brien jnr said: "He'll learn plenty from that, he's still very green.
"He's a lovely horse, he relaxed and quickened up well.
"I couldn't be any happier with him. I give him a little slap and he quickened up well.
"He's an exciting horse. He won over a mile the first day and seven today - he has plenty of pace, relaxes and stays."
Russian Soul gained just reward for his consistent efforts with victory in the night's other Listed race, the Abergwaun Stakes.
Mick Halford's five-year-old has been busy all year, having five runs in Dubai, finishing out of the first three just once, and running well in smart company since returning to Ireland, including good seconds to Sea Siren and Slade Power.
Sent off the 9-4 market leader but niggled along early in proceedings as Allegra Tek set a strong pace up front, Shane Foley's mount kept in contention, leading a furlong out and always doing just enough to hold the strong-finishing Timeless Call by a neck.
Foley said: "He deserved that. He has been placed behind some good horses like Sole Power and Shea Shea.
"He has loads of ability and he is probably better in better races. They went hard early on and I didn't want to get detached as he sees it out it so well."
Russian Soul holds an entry in Sunday's Phoenix Sprint Stakes at the Curragh, and Halford said: "We will decide on Sunday morning whether to run him or not. It will depend on how he is. If the ground stays really quick, I would be tempted to run him."