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Molecomb winner REQUINTO bounced back to form against his own age group having failed to land a blow in the Nunthorpe at York on rain-softened ground, his only defeat to date over the minimum. David Wachman's colt showed a really good turn of foot to win at Goodwood where he had Burwaaz a length and a quarter behind him in second but raced more prominently on this occasion. He was always well placed at the head of affairs and had just enough in hand to prevail. He has an entry in the Middle Park which would see him step back up to six furlongs and he has such speed that there has to be some doubt as to whether he will be effective over that distance although his two half-brothers won over seven furlongs and beyond so there are certainly positives on paper for this season and beyond. Burwaaz still only has a maiden win to his name but was fourth in the Norfolk and placed in the Gimcrack as well as the Molecomb. He rallied having set a strong pace at Goodwood but didn't quite seem to see out the extra furlong at York and benefited from the drop back to the minimum. He was ridden with a little more restraint here and saw out his race well; he, too, is in the Middle Park but is likely to have to settle for a minor role if lining up there and will not be easy to place next season. Caledonia Lady is still a maiden and the joint-lowest rated runner in the field although she had finished a close third in the Queen Mary at Royal Ascot. This was her first run over the minimum since then and she closed all the way to the line, challenging on the stands' side having been drawn on the far side of the field. The tough Lilbourne Lad ran a fine race under a penalty, also making up plenty of ground from the rear, and a stronger pace on this drop to five furlongs would have suited him better. He has taken his racing well and should continue to be a factor at this level. They finished clear of Listed winner Kohala who was unable to get to the front on this step back up in class. Angels Will Fall raced too keenly - as she had done at York - and had nothing left to offer in the closing stages as a result. She will need to learn to settle better if she's to confirm the promise of her Group Three defeat of Regal Realm. My Propeller pecked badly leaving the stalls and Jamie Spencer did well to keep the partnership intact; she travelled well up to a point only to weaken rather tamely. She has already begun to develop a rather in-and-out profile and still has to prove that she can compete at this level.