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RAPIDINHAS DO TDN

PERSIAN KING IN COMMAND AT CHANTILLY

Despite his achievements to date, there is still a sense that
TDN Rising Star Persian King (Ire) (Kingman {GB}) is a case of still waters running deep. Looking for another win at the highest level to complement his G1 Poule d'Essai des Poulains success of 2019, he found it coming to him relatively easy in Sunday's G1 Prix d'Ispahan at Chantilly. Shadowing the vastly-improved British raider Pogo (Ire) (Zebedee {GB}) straining Pierre-Charles Boudot's reins initially, the 9-10 favourite was allowed to stride to the front approaching the two-furlong pole to put paid to any remaining stamina concerns. From there Godolphin and Ballymore Thoroughbred Ltd's bay saw out the nine furlongs as strongly as it looked he would when finishing with a flourish last time in the G2 Prix du Muguet over a mile. There was a two- length winning margin and a gulf in class to the game veteran Stormy Antarctic (GB) (Stormy Atlantic) at the line, as Pogo clung on to third 1 3/4 lengths away.

VENTURA TORMENTA UPSETS THE LIR JET IN
THE ROBERT PAPIN

Sixth when making his debut as The Lir Jet (Ire) (Prince of Lir {Ire}) took the honours in the G2 Norfolk S. at Royal Ascot June 19, Ventura Tormenta (Ire) (Acclamation {GB}) had made enough strides in the interim to reverse that form and cause an upset in Sunday's G2 Darley Prix Robert Papin at Chantilly. Coming back to six furlongs having finished fifth in Newmarket's G2 Superlative S. over seven July 11, Middleham Park Racing's bay broke sharply to lead against the rail under Christophe Soumillon. Tackled by The Lir Jet and briefly headed inside the final furlong, the 7-1 shot managed to get his head down first and prevail in the bobber by a short head from the 2-5 favourite, with Tiger Tanaka (Ire) (Clodovil {Ire}) just a neck back in third in a three-way go. Cont. p3

ALOHA STAR TAKES THE AIRLIE STUD

Saturday's G2 Railway S. had shown that quality juveniles can come from anywhere and 24 hours later the point was hammered home by the Bellewstown maiden winner Aloha Star (Ire) (Starspangledbanner {Aus}) in The Curragh's G2 Airlie Stud S. Content to wait in behind as the 10-11 favourite Frenetic (Ire) (Kodiac {GB}) and the G3 Coolmore Stud Irish EBF FilliesSprint S. winner Mother Earth (Ire) (Zoffany {Ire}) squared up in front, Chris Hayes who had also partnered the shock Railway winner Laws of Indices (Ire) (Power {GB}) was in the right place as the race unfolded. Bringing the 33-1 shot to bear on the softened long-time leader in the last half a furlong, Aloha Star gave generously as Frenetic dug deep and was able to shade it by a head, with 1 3/4 lengths back to a spent Mother Earth in third.

A'ALI TOO STRONG IN THE SAPPHIRE

Forced to race on his own in Sunday's G2 Holden Plant Rentals

Sapphire S. at The Curragh, Shaikh Duaij Al Khalifa's burgeoning sprinting star A'Ali (Ire) (Society Rock {Ire}) was admirably uncomplicated as he secured a fifth pattern-race success. Coming here on the back of a first 3-year-old success in a competitive renewal of the July 5 G3 Sandown Sprint S., the even-money favourite was detached from the main field early and out on a limb but was fortunately able to benefit from the guile and confidence of Colin Keane. Ploughing a lone furrow as Make a Challenge (Ire) (Invincible Spirit {Ire}) dominated the majority of the runners on the far side, he stayed straight and true to reel in that rival in the last 75 yards for a length success, with the outsider Rapid Reaction (Ire) (Shamardal) clinging on for a valuable placing 1 3/4 lengths behind.