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  • 15:45 Golden Jubilee Stakes 6f

  • (British Champions' Series & Global Sprint Challenge) (Group 1) £400,000 added 3yo+ 16 ran
  • Winner £227,080 2nd £86,080 3rd £43,080 4th £21,480
  • Going: Soft
  • Surface: Turf
    Weighed In
  • Winning time: 1m 17.22s
  • Off time: 15:45:28

Full result

15:45 Ascot Result 18th June 2011
Pos Draw Dist Horse Weight Jockey Trainer Age SP
1st (3) Society Rock (IRE) 9-4 P Cosgrave J R Fanshawe 4 25/1
Mid-division far side group, headway over 1f out, ridden and kept on to lead last 100 yards, driven out opened 25/1 touched 25/1
2nd (7) ½ Monsieur Chevalier (IRE) 9-4 K Fallon Richard Hannon 4 25/1
Towards rear far side group, ridden and headway over 1f out, every chance inside final furlong, kept on towards finish opened 25/1 touched 25/1
3rd (11) Star Witness (AUS) 9-4 Steven Arnold Danny O'brien 4 4/1
Chased leaders farside group, led that group well over 1f out, headed final 100 yards, no extra opened 6/1 touched 6/1 £5000-£750 £3000-£480 £5000-£900
4th (10) hd Elzaam (AUS) 8-11 R Hills R Varian 3 12/1
Behind far side group, headway over 2f out, edged left inside final furlong, kept on towards finish opened 12/1 touched 12/1
5th (4) nk Bated Breath 9-4 R Hughes R Charlton 4 8/1
In touch far side group, ridden entering final furlong, kept on, no extra towards finish opened 9/1 touched 10/1 £30000-£3000 £10000-£1000(x2) £10000-£1100
6th (13) ¾ Amico Fritz (GER) 9-4 M Guyon H A Pantall 5 14/1
Tracked leader stand side, led stand side group well over 1f out, kept on, no chance with far side leaders opened 16/1 touched 16/1 £4000-£250
7th (2) ¾ Hooray 8-8 S Sanders Sir Mark Prescott 3 11/1
Led far side group and overall leader, headed by far side group 2f out, weakened inside final furlong opened 10/1 touched 11/1
8th (1) nk Genki (IRE) 9-4 J P Spencer R Charlton 7 20/1
Chased far side leaders, ridden over 1f out, no extra inside final furlong opened 20/1 touched 20/1
9th (8) ¾ Jimmy Styles 9-4 A Kirby C G Cox 7 66/1
Held up towards rear far side group, ridden over 1f out, one pace opened 66/1 touched 66/1 £40000-£500
10th (5) Kingsgate Native (IRE) 9-4 R L Moore Sir Michael Stoute 6 14/1
Chased far side leader, led far side group 2f out, ridden and headed over 1f out, weakened inside final furlong opened 16/1 touched 16/1 £5000-£300
11th (16) 1 Hitchens (IRE) 9-4 F M Berry T D Barron 6 33/1
Tracked stand side leaders, ridden and edged right inside final furlong, kept on, no impression on far side group opened 33/1 touched 33/1
12th (15) ½ Dalghar (FR) 9-4 J Fortune A M Balding 5 8/1
Dwelt, in touch in stand side group, ridden over 1f out, kept on, no impression with far side group opened 8/1 touched 8/1
13th (6) nse Royal Rock 9-4 G Baker C F Wall 7 40/1
Mid-division far side group, effort over 1f out, weakened inside final furlong opened 40/1 touched 40/1 £30000-£600
14th (12) Bewitched (IRE) 9-1 J P Murtagh C O'Brien 4 3/1f
Towards rear far side group, effort over 2f out, weakened over 1f out opened 10/3 touched 7/2 £4000-£1000 £17500-£5000 £10500-£3000 £7000-£2000(x6) £3500-£1000(x4) £1750-£500(x2) £33333-£10000 £10000-£3000(x7) £5000-£1500(x9) £3000-£900(x2) £2000-£600(x4)
15th (17) hd Definightly 9-4 O Peslier R Charlton 5 12/1
Led stand side group, headed by stand side group well over 1f out, weakened 1f out opened 10/1 touched 12/1 £20000-£1800 £30000-£3000
16th (14) 31 Palace Moon 9-4 Jim Crowley W J Knight 6 66/1
Slowly away, in rear stand side group, weakened well over 1f out, tailed off opened 80/1 touched 80/1
NR (9) Delegator 9-4 M Barzalona Saeed bin Suroor 5

Betting breakdown

Tote Win: £36.80 Tote Place: £8.30,5.90,2.10
Straight Forecast: £537.85 Exacta: £720.20 Trifecta: £16,472.00 Swingers: 1&2:128.20 2&3:30.90 1&3:25.30

Jackpot: £159,879.36 carried forward to Pontefract, 19th Jun
Placepot: £262.70, Pool: £508016.53, 1411.5 winning tickets
Quadpot: £103.70, Pool: £19331.47, 137.88 winning tickets

Verdict

SOCIETY ROCK was second in the race last year, and went one place better 12 months on with a telling turn of foot in the final 100 yards. Settled in midfield in the far side group, he started to make up some ground on the heels of Genki with two furlongs to run and then followed that runner through. He still had a length to find on Star Witness in the final furlong but he muscled his way between Genki and a weakening Hooray and poked his nose in front with 50 yards to run. Apparently not right after his run in this race last year, it will be interesting to see how he takes this win and where he heads to later in the year, with the July Cup an obvious next target. Runner-up Monsieur Chevalier ran a blinder, days after finishing well-held in the King's Stand. He burst through from off the gallop, just ahead of Elzaam, and chased the winner all the way to the line; his ability seems to be perfectly intact. Star Witness came next, just tying up in the dying strides having raced prominently and kicked for home some way out. The ground was against him but he's shown that he will be a big player at Newmarket if getting quicker going. Elzaam, like the first two home, came from some way back and he was another who didn't seem to revel in the soft going. However he picked up well late on and was doing his best work in the final 200 yards. Bated Breath ran very well, and he's now fulfilling his trainer's high opinion of him, whilst Amico Fritz won his race comfortably on the stand side group. Interesting this was the first race where the runners made a beeline for the far side, in search of better ground, and it seemed to work. Royal Rock didn't get the best of runs on the far side rail but ran far better than he was really entitled to, whilst Jimmy Styles is just shy of this level but put up a solid effort further back. The main disappointment was Bewitched, who never seemed happy. She came under pressure a long way out having not moved with much fluency and she may prefer a quicker surface or a longer break between her races. The Cheveley Park pair of Kingsgate Native and Hooray were both well-beaten having showed plenty of pace. Hitchens and Definightly were on the wrong side, but the former especially ran very well on ground far too soft for him.