Horse Racing: Winning Is an Art Form for O'Brien Hopeful; in Association with Pagebet Three-Year-Old Picked Ahead of Stablemate

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Horse Racing: Winning Is an Art Form for O'Brien Hopeful; in Association with Pagebet Three-Year-Old Picked Ahead of Stablemate


Byline: By Keith Hamer

EXCELLENT Art can lay down serious claims for the title of top miler with victory in the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes at Ascot today.

The three-year-old is already a winner over course and distance this term and it speaks volumes of his ability that the Coolmore team feel confident enough to leave out stablemate George Washington in favour of this colt.

Trained by Neville Callaghan last year, Excellent Art switched to the care of Aidan O'Brien over the winter and endured a luckless run in the French 2000 Guineas on his Ballydoyle debut. He made amends for that defeat when lifting the St James's Palace Stakes at the Royal meeting, form which still appears reasonably strong at this stage.

Excellent Art found the situation working against him in the Sussex Stakes last time and he lost little in finishing a head behind Ramonti after being stuck on the inside.

The son of Pivotal was getting 7lb that day and his advantage is almost halved this time but, while Ramonti has been flying the Godolphin flag admirably, Excellent Art has been given a light campaign and arrives here fresh.

Connections of Kotsi paid a sizeable sum earlier in the week to add her to the Meon Valley Stud Fillies' Mile line-up and she can repay that faith.

Ed Vaughan's runner was a winner on her racecourse bow before stepping up in class to tackle the May Hill Stakes at Doncaster.

She lost little in defeat that day and will once again relish every yard of this mile trip.

Utmost Respect deserves just that in the totesport.com Challenge Cup following a facile victory in the Silver Cup at Ayr last week. …

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