Westover gave Colin Kin the first Dubai Duty Free Irish Derby

Westover and Colin Keane, winners of the 2022 Dubai Duty Free Irish Derby. Credit: David Bates.

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Westover (11 / 8jf) gave Colin Kin his first win in the Dubai Duty Free Irish Derby at Kararagh on Sunday.

Ralph Beckett-trained colt, arguably an unfortunate third at Cazoo Derby on Epsom three weeks ago, lost to the seven-length winner of the Irish Premier Classic.

In the colors of Farms in Judmont, Frankel’s son has never been seriously challenged in a 1 mile 4 furlong race.

Donnacha O’Brien’s Piz Badile (18/1) 16/1 The runner-up got a chance and the French claim was two more lengths behind in third place.

Aidan O’Brien’s fill Tuesday, complementing the week for the race, was a disappointing fourth, one more and one quarter behind in length.

Murtagh and Cohen won the railway steak

Johnny Murtagh and Ben Cohen teamed up with Shartash (9/1) for The Aga Khan to win the Gain Railway steak. Aiden O’Brien, the two-year-old son of the Invisible Spirit of the Irish National Stud, has stopped challenging his favorite Blackbeard (5/6). The Apache Outlaw (22/1) was even longer and a quarter behind in third place.

Aikhal is impressive

Group 3 The Arm Holding International Stakes saw a great four and a quarter length winner under Aikhal Ryan Moore. Trained by Aidan O’Brien, Galileo’s two-year-old son defeated Dumat de Sesa of Dermat Weld, trailing the Rumbles of Thunder from Paddy Tommy Yard by a further half-length to third.

In the opening Dubai Duty Free Dash Stacks (listed race), Teresa Mendoza (4/1) has been one place better than her runner-up position in last year’s race. Ken Condon-trained four-year-old, riding by Billy Lee, returns to third place in Power Under Me (15 / 8f), half the length from Prisoners Dilemma (18/1).

The winner of the 5/1 Shot Night of Romance Dubai Duty Free Summer Phyllis Handicap was Joseph O’Brien and rider Dylan Brown for McMonagall, ahead of favorite needle lace (9/4) and marbling (5/1).

The Jim Bolger-Kevin Manning partnership was successful at the Dubai Duty Free Celebration Stakes with Theophilo’s son, Wexford Native (18/5). For the fourth time in the Tattersalls Irish 2000 Guineas, Wexford Native challenged Ryan Moore (7/1) at The Acropolis, who initially finished one of his most recent outings at the Prix du Jockey Club in Chantilly. June. Strong answers (5/1) were third for Joseph O’Brien and Dylan Brown McMonagall.

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