Prospect Is Hot Stuff Says Spence after Haydock Win; Racing

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Prospect Is Hot Stuff Says Spence after Haydock Win; Racing


Byline: Ray Gilpin

OWNER Alan Spence made the right move when opting to run Hot Prospect in the totescoop6 Heritage Handicap at Haydock rather than a Group Three contest on the same card.

Outclassed in the Investec Derby, the Michael Jarvis-trained colt looked a cut above this opposition as landed a cosy success on the hands of Neil Callan.

The 5-1 shot cruised into the lead just over a furlong out and pulled clear to win by an eased-down one and three-quarter lengths from Magaling.

"The plan had been to run Hot Prospect in either the Rose Of Lancaster earlier in the afternoon or this handicap," said Spence.

"We decided that if he won or ran well in that race (Rose Of Lancaster), he wouldn't be able to go for a handicap afterwards.

"So we went for the handicap and he can now go for a Listed or Group race and we have a few options because although he won on soft ground today, he does not mind the firm either."

Poet (7-1), four times a winner in Ireland when trained by Aidan O'Brien, gained his first success for the Clive Cox stable in good style in the Group Three totesport.com Rose of Lancaster Stakes.

He was partnered by Adam Kirby, who said: "This is the first time I have ridden him and he is a good horse in this ground.

"He was pulling up in front and had a lot more to give, he is a fun horse to ride and I like him."

Lee Topliss, rider of unplaced Dream Lodge was suspended for three days (August 21-23) for using his whip when out of contention and when his mount was showing no response. …

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