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John Gosden Blog Early Life VideoJohn Gosden - Henry Cecil Open Weekend 20/06/ · John Gosden Guineas entries. At this stage, John Gosden has 8 horses entered in the Guineas. Waldkonig, Encipher, Tsar, Palace Pier, Enemy, King Leonidis, Mishriff and Hypothetical. I’ve given my views on Waldkonig below, 20/1 for the Guineas looks very short to me for a horse bred to come into his own over furlongs or further. My Blog A fine regardsphotographie.com site. Menu Skip to content. Home; A Pound Each Way; John Gosden The Investec Derby Meeting: Through The Eyes Of A RaceMaker. June 9, June 9, joedesouza93 Tags: Epsom, Epsom Downs, John Gosden 1 Comment. The Investec Derby meeting is one that combines quality, class, excitement, royalty and RaceMakers. The latest initiative by the . John Gosden is a racehorse trainer. He has won over 3, races around the world, including over Group 1s (Grade 1s), in the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, Asia and Australia. He trains at Clarehaven Stables in Newmarket. Early Life. John grew up near Eastbourne, Sussex, south of London. After graduating from Cambridge University, he became an assistant to champion trainer Sir Noel.
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He returned to England in to train at the renowned Stanley House Stables. Earlier in the Summer she had triumphed at Royal Ascot in the Albany Stakes at Royal Ascot and followed up her win when edging out Besharah in the Group Two Duchess of Cambridge Stakes at the Newmarket July Meeting.
She then acquitted herself well when just getting touched off in the Group One Cheveley Park Stakes by the Mark Johnston tough nut — Lumiere.
In the prelims Illuminate confirmed that she had done particularly well and had made excellent physical progress. She should carry that progress through to next Tuesday and will prove difficult to beat.
With Lumiere going straight to the 1, Guineas the main opposition should come from the John Gosden trained Nathra. I was at Salisbury when she had her first outing in the Quidhampton Stakes.
In the paddock she looked a Group Class filly and she floated to post. What was so surprising however was the complete lack of confidence from any of people associated with the yard and who might be in the position to offer a glimmer of hope.
Significant support in the betting market was totally absent and I have to confess that I was drawn in by negative vibes and failed to back my own judgement.
Nathra followed up that clear cut win with a facile victory at Newbury coming home 7 lengths ahead of Alqubbah. The question for connections was whether it was worth stumping up the supplementary fee to enter the Group One Dubai Fillies Mile at Newmarket.
A scintillating gallop at HQ made sure the box was ticked and she turned up on the day. I am not sure if she was going over the top but she did not quite impress as much on looks as she had on her previous outings and had to give way in the race to the impressive winner in the shape of Minding.
Given that the winner was catapulted to the head of the Guineas market as a consequence, probably means it was a fair performance in itself but my after thoughts were that she had probably had not run up to her very best.
John Gosden is not always keen to have his fillies fully wound up on their first run in April and it would not surprise me if she were beaten by Illuminate.
How they have progressed this Spring will give plenty of clues as to their chances in the big one itself. The colts will have their chance to flex their sinews when they contest the Craven Stakes on the Thursday.
Contrary to popular opinion the race is definitely Not named after the famous TV Presenter. With trainers careful to sidestep their main opposition the heat should fall to the John Gosden trained Foundation.
In his preparation for his first run the yard had to put him through the stalls countless times as the clue was not being found. The yard persisted to no avail but such was his talent at home, jockey Rab Havelin was told not to worry how much ground he lost at the start, just take it easy and he would win in a canter, which is pretty much how it went.
Foundation was slow out of the blocks when he followed up, also at Haydock but was now starting to get the message and he offered no start to his rivals when stepping up to take the Royal Lodge Stakes at Newmarket in late September.
Tracking the leaders he put his foot down when asked and quickened impressively to confirm his status. Continuing to impress at home he was entered for the Racing Post Trophy but Frankie had a bad hair day and his run was blocked at every opportunity on Town Moor.
Like Illuminate he is by the stallion Zoffany and though entered in the Dante he is not expected to stay a deal further than a mile at this stage.
With the Gosden colts well forward in their preparation Foundation should get the Clarehaven Stables off to a great start. Newbury takes up the baton on the weekend with the Fred Darling and the Greenham Classic Trials and racegoers will have their chance to see how the crop have done and which ones have made the most development.
Frankie was perfect on Golden Horn, doing the right thing. Golden Horn worked steadily and then a bit faster with Dickdoughtywylie Rab Havlin — a rated furlong horse over short of a mile and cruised up two and a half furlongs out before going to the front and passed the winning post two lengths ahead after being eased down.
Jack Hobbs, who also went over just less than a mile, came well clear of his work companion, Marzocco Nick Mackay — a rated stayer in the closing stages.
He gave me a good feel. But he is the sort of horse who needs the crowd to rev him up and he is a better horse on a raceday.
He was very on the ball today and is a mighty improving horse. If the ground is like this on Derby Day, then Jack Hobbs will be running.
Jack Hobbs felt very comfortable on the track and we did not press any buttons today but he swapped his leads down the hill. He is still learning about the game but every step he takes he is going forward.
All in all, I am very happy. She led well around there and has good form. She too enjoyed the ground and handled the track well so she has a good chance in the Oaks.
We have 10 days to decide which one I will ride. Both are in great nick. In all seriousness, I thought she was hugely impressive in the Newbury trial and she is the one to beat.
I am teasing now but we will work out our Oaks fillies. I am pretty clear what Ballydoyle will do, even if they are staying tight-lipped themselves.
I think they will leave their brilliant miler, Gleneagles, at a mile. I think they will be tempted to supplement Found into the Investec Derby.
Dettori recalled his first Derby victory on Authorized It was an important win for me, I had never won the Derby, it was my last Classic to achieve and my father was there — the day was very emotional.
I was extremely nervous in — with a few more years under my belt, I am a bit more relaxed. Tony McCoy must have felt it in the Grand National — you never think you are going to win the race and then, when you do, there is great relief.
I will get excited on the day but that is quite normal. The worse thing for jockeys is being put on Formula 2 horses in Formula 1 races.
He was very happy and with the ground too and, with similar ground, Jack Hobbs will run in the Investec Derby. Golden Horn for me is the class horse in the race and I will be very surprised come Saturday if he does not enter the Epsom winners circle for big John Gosden.
The Don is in Gay Paris for one of the finest days racing of the year Arc Day and my private members are having one of the biggest betting days of the year.
The atmosphere is superb and the course is simply stunning. Penny has gone shopping with her friend whilst I write this.
One thing that amazes me every year is that the cost to get in to the best enclosure is roughly a tenner yet our premier tracks charge pounds.
The Derby is a race she adores, and it is a credit to the sport that Her Majesty makes time for it. RaceMakers were keen to be involved in all aspects of Derby day.
Set magnificently against the backdrop of the parade ring was a Harvey Nicholls stylist tent — in which the glamourous fillies could have their hair and make up touched up.
Well, the early rain had dampened my hair-do but not my enthusiasm. The gorgeous Harriet of Harvey Nicholls sat me down and spruced up my hair to ensure I was looking stylish enough for racing!
Horse racing is beginning to appeal to a wider audience, and the Harvey Nicholls tent only shows that. Epsom has a fun fair, picnic area, champange bars, members bars, tote bookmakers, rail bookmakers, high street bookmakers, and such a wide variety of entertainment and outlets to ensure that racegoers are entertained throughout the day.
The atmosphere was different from the party vibes of Oaks day, but that was by no means a bad thing. The parade tense and filled with an eager sense of anticipation was tense as the runners were parading for the greatest flat race of the season.
Many racegoers would ask RaceMakers what to look for in the paddock — attitude, balance, calmness, warmth. And hopefully we helped racegoers make a paddock pick!
The quote of the day undoubtedly comes from winning Oaks trainer John Gosden. Upon saddling Romsdal and giving Richard Hughes a leg up, he turned to see a rider-less Australia.
Personally, I thought Australia was scintillating. It seemed to me that he was trapped wide on the turn and had a lot of ground to make up — and he did.
Kingston Hill battled bravely but was no match for the superstar progeny of Ouija Board and Galileo.Tony McCoy must have felt it in the Grand Spielstand Deutschland Spiel — you never think you are going to win the race and then, when you do, there is great relief. Spiel Flugzeug off an official handicap mark of 96 at Newmarket, that was a strong race on the clock. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.