ITV Racing Review, Saturday, July 14th

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Published: 15th July 2018

US Navy Flag bounced back to his very best form at Newmarket in front of the ITV Racing cameras on Saturday.

Dropped down to six furlongs for the Darley July Cup in front of the ITV Racing cameras, the dual Group One winner was back to his best.

Reverting to sprinting, the Aidan O’Brien-trained colt showed his class on his first start against older horses.

The son of War Front kept up the gallop to land a convincing success from the front.

Brando, who delayed the start as he had to be re-plated, went one place better than 12 months ago in second.

Euchen Glen is likely to bid for a famous York double next month.

The horse produced a dominant front-running victory in the 59th John Smith’s Cup.

Jockey Rawlinson was intent on making it a good stamina test from the moment the stalls opened.

AFFAIRS

Euchen Glen bowled along merrily at the head of affairs and his rivals began to feel the pinch.
Furthermore, it was clear halfway up the home straight that the chasing pack were struggling to bridge the gap.
Goldie’s 20/1 shot passed the post two and a quarter lengths clear of Thundering Blue, with Kynren third.
Goldie is eyeing a return to York for next month’s Sky Bet Ebor.
Dylan Mouth could be prepared for a tilt at the Melbourne Cup later in the year.
His charge came from last to first in the John Smith’s Silver Cup at York.
Just five runners went to post for a race upgraded to Group Three status this season.
The William Haggas-trained Dal Harraild was a warm order as the 5-6 favourite.
The market leader looked set to deliver after cruising to the lead in the straight.

PRODUCED

But Dane O’Neill produced Marco Botti’s 8/1 shot Dylan Mouth with a late challenge and there was a neck between the pair at the line.O’Neill doubled up for the day aboard 7/4 favourite Wadilsafa John Smith’s Racing Handicap.
The son of Frankel was enjoying a drop in grade after finishing down the field in the Hampton Court Stakes at Royal Ascot.
He made the most of the opportunity with a four-and-a-half-length verdict.
Mr Lupton is set to return to York for next month’s Coolmore Nunthorpe.
The horse registered his third course victory in a thrilling renewal of the John Smith’s City Walls Stakes.
Richard Fahey’s charge was a 5/1 shot for the five-furlong Listed contest.
Furthermore, he knuckled down well in the hands of Jack Garritty to get the better of Alpha Delphini by a head.

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