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Racing action in full swing in England with the Derby just two weeks away
May 17 (UPI) — With the Investec Derby just two weeks away and Royal Ascot hot on its heels, the racing action is hot and heavy in England this week.
Japan’s schedule features Sunday’s Grade I Japanese Oaks. And in Hong Kong, preparations are under way for the final Group 1 event of the season.
Here’s a look-see:
Telecaster took full advantage of two rivals who admittedly needed the race after training setbacks, winning Thursday’s Group 2 Al Basti Equiworld Dubai Dante Stakes at York by 1 length over the even-money favorite, Too Darn Hot. Surfman was another 4 lengths back in third and 3/4 length in front of the well-fancied Aidan O’Brien entry, Japan. Telecaster, with Oisin Murpy up for Hughie Morrison, got the extended 1 1/2 miles over good to firm ground in 2:10.42.
Telecaster, a New Approach colt, was unraced at 2, finished second on debut at Doncaster in March and proved a decisive winner in his second start last month at Windsor. Originally nominated to the Investec Derby, his spot was not renewed at the March 5 deadline and he now would require a sizeable supplement to run in the Epsom classic. His ownership team did not have a ready answer to that question, mentioning the Group 1 Dubai Duty Free Irish Derby as an option.
Too Darn Hot, once the hot Derby favorite, was making his first start since running his record to 4-for-4 in last fall’s Darley Dewhurst Stakes. Trainer John Gosden said after Thursday’s injury-delayed return the colt now will skip the Derby in favor of a cutback to 1 mile in the St James’s Palace Stakes at Royal Ascot. Japan, also delayed in returning to the races, after winning two at 2, still could be a Derby contender, said O’Brien, who has no shortage of that commodity.
Also Thursday at York:
Lah Ti Dar, the heavy favorite, got to the lead inside the half-mile pole in the Group 2 Al Basti Equiworld Dubai Middleton Fillies’ Stakes and just did hold off Rawdaa in the final strides, winning by a neck. Sun Maiden was third. Frankie Dettori piloted the winner for trainer John Gosden and owner Lord Andrew Lloyd-Webber. Lah Ti Dar, a Dubawi filly, was having her first go since finishing third behind Magical and Coronet in the Group 1 Qipco British Champions Fillies & Mares Stakes last Oct. 20.
Friday at York:
The highlight is the Group 2 Matchbook Yorkshire Cup where Stradivarius faces the likes of Ispolini and Southern France. Stradivarius, now 5, did not lose in four starts last season, starting with this event, and collected the bonus offered the Weatherbys Hamilton Stayers Million.
Saturday at Newbury:
Fourteen go in the Group 1 Al Shaqab Lockinge Stakes, a straight mile for 4-year-olds and up. The rather lukewarm favorite is Le Brevido, a 5-year-old son of Siyouni, trained by Aidan O’Brien with Ryan Moore up. He races in the red-and-white colors of HRH Prince Faisal Bin Khalid although Coolmore “lad” Michael Tabor is a co-owner. Plenty of other prospects are in this field, however.
For the first time in three years, Sunday’s Grade 1 Yushun Himba, or Japanese Oaks, will be run without the winner of the Grade 1 Oka Sho or Japanese 1,000 Guineas.
Last year, Almond Eye captured this second leg of the Fillies’ Triple Crown en route to international stardom. This year, the Oka Sho winner, Gran Alegria, eschewed the 2,400 meters of the Yushun Himba in favor of the Grade 1 NHK Mile Cup, where she finished fifth.
That decision leaves the Yushun Himba with the second- and third-place finishers from the Oka Sho, Shigeru Pink Dia and Chrono Genesis, as well as last year’s 2-year-old filly champion, Danon Fantasy (JPN). Chrono Genesis won twice last year at 1,800 meters but neither Danon Fantasy nor Shigeru Pink Dia has been tested beyond 1,600 meters.
With a full field in prospect and distance question for all, the race should be fun to watch. Past winners include Gentildonna in 2012, Buena Vista in 2009 and Cesario in 2005.
The final Group 1 race of the Hong Kong season attracted another international competitor this week with the addition of Happy Grin for the May 26 Standard Chartered Champions & Chater Cup at Sha Tin.
Happy Grin, trained by Junji Tanaka, finished seventh in the Grade 1 Japan Cup last fall, behind Almond Eye’s record-breaking victory. He is slated to arrive in Hong Kong on Saturday.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will have their own love movie
The love story between Harry and Megan will have a movie. Do not miss the reasonable resemblance of Parisa Fitz-Henley and Murray Fraser, the leading actors.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will have their own movie, and of course, it will be a love film, as is its whole story. On the verge of living the wedding of the year, Harry & Meghan: The Royal Love Story, narrates the courtship between Prince Harry and his fiancée and will make a tour of the entire history of their relationship. It has not yet revealed a release date, but we will be very attentive because it will be a few days before the link.
The film will go through the whole history of their relationship, from when they were friends until they got engaged, in November of 2017. A story that went around the world and confirmed the love story that Meghan and Harry lived. Parisa Fitz-Henley and Murray Fraser will be the chosen actors, and we believe that it is a success, because they are very similar.
It is the typical film made for television, not for movies, like the one that Prince William and Kate Middleton had, and that came to light 11 days before their wedding. So we assume that it will leave before May 19, scheduled for the so-called wedding of the year. In it also appear Laura Mitchell and Burgess Abernethy, the original interpreters of Kate and William, who already starred in the film of the Dukes of Cambridge, when they gave the ‘yes I want’.
What we do not know is whether the film will examine Meghan’s life in her earlier days, as an American actress and when she was previously married to Trevor Engelson.
We have already seen some scenes from the trailer, where it appears Harry complaining about not being able to have fun or the great time that Meghan and Harry are known and Kate tells Harry, “It’s American, is divorced … Are you ready for this”, later he shouting “that they give to the tradition”, he kneeling asking for his hand … All very typical to build a love story that sure hooks us. We do not know if the movie will leave Harry’s decision not to separate assets.
We are sure that the premiere of the film about the love story between Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will be a success. True?