Royal Ascot targets impressive first Godolphin New Science winner | Horse racing news
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New Science and William Buick after winning the only two-year race at Yarmouth
By David Milnes
New Science could prove it in its element at Royal Ascot next month after scoring a first elegant victory in the 7f novice stakes.
Lope de Vega’s son was a first winning juvenile colt of the season for Charlie Appleby after denying Rab Havlin a successful return to the saddle on Reach For The Moon.
Not as green as some in the prelims, the 13-8 favorite certainly knew his job making every yard under William Buick, ultimately scoring by a length and a half.
The winner received a 6-1 citation by Paddy Power for the Chesham Stakes at Royal Ascot and Buick believes the game could be on the colt’s radar.
The jockey said: “New Science has relaxed well up front and it was a perfect introduction. He could go to Royal Ascot as he feels like he would be suited by the track.”
Cumani back among the winners
Luca Cumani has enjoyed notable success as a coach on the Norfolk track over the years and is now a successful breeder here as Kemari ran away with the 1m3½f maiden’s first division.
Godolphin paid 400000gns for Dubawi’s three-year-old son as a yearling in 2019 and he looked like a horse on top when he came home from six lengths.
Kemari was in the process of finishing a quick brace for Appleby and Buick and could well be a stakes performer.
Speaking from his Fittocks Stud facility near Newmarket, Cumani said: “It was a very timely victory as Kemari’s dam Koora is due to be covered by Wootton Bassett tomorrow. It’s very exciting as Kemari is his first foal – she has a very beautiful foal by Galileo going to sales this year and also a lovely filly from Kingman. “
The victory of the title without error
Members of the Highclere Thoroughbred Racing owners believed Title had won on its previous start in a tight finish at Newbury, but there was no mistake this time around.
Camelot’s son has come a long way to sink market rival Sea Karats under David Egan despite holding his head held high in the 1m3½f maiden’s second division.
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Title and David Egan after winning at Yarmouth
The victory extended coach Roger Varian’s golden race, and union member Isidore Carivalis said: “We really thought he won at Newbury, but it was very impressive.”
Graystone provides the first flat winner
Jumping owner James Summers has only one flat horse in training and tasted his first level success when Graystone hit in the 7f handicap.
The three-year-old was also not missed in the market at 11-1 to 16-1 in the morning before hitting late under Danny Muscutt.
Justin Wadham, husband of winning coach Lucy, said: “It’s been the plan since last year and it’s great that the owner can be here.”
Toothache stops Murphy’s walking
Champion jockey Oisin Murphy was forced to abandon his last three outings after complaining of toothache. He said: “I’m in a lot of pain but I should be okay with driving to Haydock tomorrow.”
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FIRST PUBLICATION AT 6:03 PM, MAY 28, 2021