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Last Updated: August 25, 2013 4:32pm
Frankie Dettori: Secured his first domestic Group 3 since his return to action
Planteur landed the odds in the Sheila Madden's 60th Birthday Winter Hill Stakes at Windsor on Saturday evening.
Just five went to post for the Group Three event and Marco Botti's inmate was made a 1/2 favourite to take the spoils despite a 90-day absence from the track.
Area Fifty One set the early pace but Planteur was travelling keenly enough under Frankie Dettori and in something of a surprising manouvere, he decided to let the six-year-old have his head and set sail for home from a long way out.
That decision looked for a moment to be costly as the field began to close rapidly but the former champion jockey had saved something in the locker and he punched out the Group One winner out to victory clear of Al Waab.
Botti said: "He has an entry in the Arc, but ideally a mile and a quarter is his best trip. I think for the time being we'll probably stay at a mile and a quarter.
"It will be up Sheikh Joaan to decide whether he wants to go for the Breeders' Cup Classic. Personally I think he should handle the surface, he ran in Dubai on Tapeta and handled it well, so I think he should take his chance.
"Today he ran back after a break and was probably a bit too fresh. Frankie said he was trying to do much in the early part of the race, so he let him roll along and once he got to the front he settled.
"He maybe got a bit tired in the end, but the time is good, so I'm pleased with his performance.
"He's in the Irish Champion Stakes, there is a race in France, the Prix Dollar. They are coming in next month and then there is the Breeders' Cup.
"Whether we run in the Irish Champion Stakes, we will decide probably in the next week."
It was a first domestic Group-race victory for Dettori since returning from a six-month drugs ban at the end of May.
He told At The Races: "It was his first run back and he was a bit fresh. The opposition wasn't fast enough for me, so I had to make my own running.
"He got tired in the end, but it was a good comeback race. The (Breeders' Cup) Classic is what my boss (Al Thani) wants to run him in and maybe we can squeeze in a race before that."