Starman is a huge success, but it’s Santa Barbara that gets the biggest applause | Horse racing news

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Starman wins the Darley July Cup to give Tom Marquand a Group 1 success and Follow Dead Ten To Follow players 57.7 points and the promise of more

Edward Whitaker

5:21 pm, JULY 12, 2021

Starman collected the July Cup bonus points for his Dead Ten To Follow fans in a style that made him the dominant sprinter of the season. With the win, Starman moved up to fourth place in the table of leading Ten To Follow scorers.

The 57.7 points won on Saturday and the promise of many more will have given a big boost to the 3.8 percent of Ten To Follow stables who added Ed Walker’s stable star to their teams at the start of the competition.

Another major Newmarket win for the players came 24 hours earlier when Snow Lantern hit the Falmouth Stakes. The gray, trained by Richard Hannon, represents 17 percent of the stables and scored 33 points for winning Group 1.

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The gray snow lantern beats Mother Earth (center) and alcohol free to land the Group 1 Falmouth Stakes in Newmarket

The gray snow lantern beats Mother Earth (center) and alcohol free to land the Group 1 Falmouth Stakes in Newmarket

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An even bigger cheer will have sparked when the results from Belmont, New York, broke when Santa Barbara, the third top horse in the competition, finally fulfilled its promise and landed the Belmont Oaks, scoring 28.35 points for 63.1 percent Stables.

Her stable mate Bolshoi Ballet, who was so disappointing on the flop as a favorite for the Derby, won the Belmont Derby Invitational Stakes and won the redemption with 28.45 points for 10.8 percent of the stables.

Though Motakhayyel only represented 0.2 percent of the stables, his Bunbury Cup win was more notable for the Tote Scoop6 bonus hunter as it helped her pocket an additional £ 88,121 from her £ 8 stake. For the Ten To Follow players, however, the win only meant 18.1 points.

Yibir confirmed the form of the Sandown Classic Trial by strolling to success in the Bahrain Trophy, scoring 18.8 points for 0.5 percent of the stalls, while Sir Ron Priestley Al Aasy in a wrestling match for the Princess of Wales stakes for 26 Points (6.5 percent) defeated by stables).

The week’s biggest scorer was the Laws Of Indices, trained by Ken Condon, who scored 62.4 points in the Group 1 Prix Jean Prat in Deauville for a pretty sharp 0.1 percent of the stables.

Irish compatriot Loch Lein landed the Listed Prix Amandine and gave six stables 21.7 points.

1 Poetic flaring up
117.30 points
2 St. Mark’s Basilica 116.80
3 snowfall 85.20
4 star man 85.10
5 Hurricane Lane 84.75
6 palace pier 79.53
7 Adayar 74.50
8 Empress Josephine 70.40
9 dream of dreams 67.45
10 Joan of Arc 67.00

1 MKs 18
547.39 points
2 Eurasia 1 525.39
3 flyers 508.29
4 MyCatChip 506.74
5 horse paradise 496.59
6 MKs 16 493.49
7 Arcadians23 490.09
8 ashes at last 3 487.00
9 No fear of heights 485.24
10 a39 484.39

Poetic flaring up
117.30 points
St. Mark’s Basilica 116.80
Palace pier 79.53
mother Earth 64.15
love 52.76
Bolshoi Ballet 46.35
Snow lantern 38.95
Santa Barbara 29.85
Stradivarius 0
Uncle Bryn 0

Read more about the Tote Ten To Follow:

St. Mark’s Basilica is the second highest score after Coral Eclipse success

Minorities who have followed Hurricane Lane know they are on the right track

Palace Pier and Love prove a triumph for the referendum at Royal Ascot

Snowfall brings a dead-ten-to-follow point gain for some lucky forecasters

Hurricane Lane’s Dante exhibit has fans hoping for big points

The duopoly of Bolger and O’Brien steers the direction of the bonus points at the start of the season

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