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Last Updated: September 15, 2013 5:13pm
Toormore accounts for Sudirman in some style
Toormore took his unblemished record to three with an emphatic all-the-way win in the Goffs Vincent O'Brien National Stakes at the Curragh.
Richard Hughes bounced the Richard Hannon-trained colt out of the stalls and set the pace he wanted.
The even-money favourite asserted a furlong to win from his main market rival Sudirman, with Giovanni Boldini third.
The form of Toormore's victory in the Vintage Stakes at Glorious Goodwood had been given a boost by the success of runner-up Outstrip in the Champagne Stakes at Doncaster on Saturday.
The son of Arakan looked totally in control of his four rivals that included a Group One winner in Sudirman, whom he shrugged aside to score by two and three-quarter lengths and give owners Middleham Park Racing a taste of Group One success.
Tim Palin, racing manager for Middleham Park, said "We weren't sure whether to make the running or not beforehand but he ended up getting a fairly uncontested lead.
"He's a great attitude and the further he goes the better he is.
"He's in the Racing Post Trophy (Doncaster, October 26) but will not run again this season. He's a very clean-winded horse, and could go straight for the Guineas next year."
Hughes said: "The track is wide open and windy, and it's difficult for two-year-olds.
"He's not a precocious two-year-old by any means and is a big shell of a horse."