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Reach For The Moon

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Age: 5 years

Owner: HM The Queen & The Late Sir Chips Keswick

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Course Starts Wins Place 2 Place 3
Ascot 3 0 2 0
Doncaster 1 0 1 0
Newbury 1 1 0 0
Newmarket 1 0 0 0
Sandown 2 1 1 0
Yarmouth 1 0 1 0
Distance Starts Wins Place 2 Place 3
7f 3 2 1 0
7f 3y 1 0 1 0
7f 6y 1 0 1 0
1m 2 0 1 0
9f 1 0 0 0
1m 1f 212y 1 0 1 0
Going Starts Wins Place 2 Place 3
Good 4 2 1 0
Good To Firm 2 0 2 0
Good To Soft 2 0 1 0
Soft 1 0 1 0
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Date / Going /
Distance / Class
Time + Course Horse + Weight
Jockey / Trainer
Verdict Starting price

4th

8

7th Feb 2024

Soft

2m 0f 178y

Class 4

14:10 Sedgefield

Reach For The Moon

11st 7lb

J: Gavin Sheehan

T: Jamie Snowden

chased clear leader, went second before 2nd, headway and 3 lengths down 4th, not fluent 3 out

10/11

27th

3

(32)

21st Jun 2023

Good To Firm

1m 0f 0y

Class 2

17:00 Ascot

Reach For The Moon

9st 10lb

J: Frankie Dettori

T: John & Thady Gosden

Acts on soft and good to firm ground; disappointing in last three appearances, including when turned over at odds-on in the Hampton Court Stakes here 12 months ago; previously a smart sort, having won the Solario as a 2yo and performed well behind highly notable rivals on a few occasions; favourably treated on handicap debut, granted a revival.

10/1

7th

8

(4)

18th Apr 2023

Soft

1m 1f 0y

Class 1

15:35 Newmarket

Reach For The Moon

9st 2lb

J: Frankie Dettori

T: John & Thady Gosden

One-time Derby hope who landed the Solario as a 2yo; suffered an odds-on defeat at Royal Ascot last term, then had an plausible excuse (heavy ground) for poor effort in French Group 3 on final outing; gelded since and now goes in blinkers; provided he responds well to those two factors, he has clear possibilities.

5/1

6

(3)

3rd Sep 2022

Good To Firm

1m 0f 37y

Class 1

13:45 Haydock

Reach For The Moon

9st 0lb

J: Frankie Dettori

T: John & Thady Gosden

Prominent racer who won a 7f Group 3 last August and went down by only a head to Bayside Boy in Champagne at Doncaster (7f, good to soft) on his final 2yo start; made an encouraging return to action when second to My Prospero in 1m Sandown listed race in May; sent off at short odds for the 1m2f Hampton Court at Royal Ascot four weeks later but he was outstayed by Claymore; the return to 1m looks a good move and he also gets a first-time visor back from 79 days off.

6/4