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NEWS: Santa Barbara heads the Cazoo Oaks 14
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NEWS: Santa Barbara heads the Cazoo Oaks 14
on 02 June 2021
Japan and Mogul will represent Aidan O'Brien in the Coronation Cup

AIDAN O'Brien will have five runners in Friday's Cazoo Oaks at Epsom with the favourite Santa Barbara backed up by Musidora winner Snowfall, the market mover last week Divinely, the once well touted Willow and La Jiconde. O'Brien will be seeking his nineth win in the race he first won back in 1998 with Shahtoush.

Mogul and Japan will be the trainer's representatives in the Coronation Cup.

Archie Watson’s Sherbet Lemon, who will be the mount of Hollie Doyle, Roger Varian’s Save A Forest and Hugo Palmer’s Ocean Road finished first, second and third at Lingfield and are all in contention once again in the Oaks.

Varian has a particularly strong hand, with Musidora Stakes third Teona and Cheshire Oaks runner-up Zeyaadah also declared.

Mark Johnston saddles Cheshire Oaks winner Dubai Fountain, while Saffron Beach is stepped up in trip by Jane Chapple-Hyam after finishing second in the 1000 Guineas.

The Martyn Meade-trained Technique and the supplemented Mystery Angel, trained by George Boughey, complete the field.

Members of the Nick Bradley Racing syndicate that own Mystery Angel, who finished fourth in the Musidora, stumped up £22,500 to add her to the field earlier in the week and are hoping for a bold showing following a pleasing gallop at Epsom last week.

3:10pm £330,000 Coral Coronation Cup (Group 1)

(British Champions Series) 1m 4f 6y

1 Al Aasy (IRE) 4 9 0 William Haggas Shadwell Estate Company Ltd Jim Crowley

2 Highland Chief (IRE) ts, p 4 9 0 Paul & Oliver Cole Mrs Fitri Hay David Probert

3 Japan 5 9 0 Aidan O'Brien Ireland M Matsushima/D Smith/Mrs Magnier/M Tabor Jockey TBC

4 Mogul 4 9 0 Aidan O'Brien Ireland Mr M. Tabor, D. Smith & Mrs John Magnier Jockey TBC

5 Pyledriver 4 9 0 William Muir & Chris Grassick La Pyle Partnership Martin Dwyer

6 Albaflora 4 8 11 Ralph Beckett Miss K. Rausing Frankie Dettori

7 Alpinista 4 8 11 Sir Mark Prescott Bt Miss K. Rausing Luke Morris

7 runners

2 Irish-trained

4:30 pm £395,000 Cazoo Oaks (Group 1)

(British Champions Series) 1m 4f 6y

1 Divinely (IRE) 3 9 0 Aidan O'Brien Ireland Mrs John Magnier,Mr M.Tabor & Mr D.Smith Jockey TBC

2 Dubai Fountain (IRE) 3 9 0 Mark Johnston Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Al Maktoum Franny Norton

3 La Joconde (IRE) 3 9 0 Aidan O'Brien Ireland M Tabor/D Smith/Mrs J Magnier/Westerberg Jockey TBC

4 Mystery Angel (IRE) 3 9 0 George Boughey Nick Bradley Racing 27 & Partner Ben Curtis

5 Ocean Road (IRE) 3 9 0 Hugo Palmer Qatar Racing Limited Oisin Murphy

6 Saffron Beach (IRE) 3 9 0 Jane Chapple-Hyam Mrs B. V. Sangster, J Wigan & O Sangster Adam Kirby

7 Santa Barbara (IRE) 3 9 0 Aidan O'Brien Ireland Mrs J Magnier/M Tabor/D Smith/Westerberg Jockey TBC

8 Save A Forest (IRE) 3 9 0 Roger Varian The Gredley Family Callum Shepherd

9 Sherbet Lemon (USA) 3 9 0 Archie Watson Apple Tree Stud Hollie Doyle

10 Snowfall (JPN) 3 9 0 Aidan O'Brien Ireland Mr D. Smith, Mrs J. Magnier, Mr M. Tabor Jockey TBC

11 Technique 3 9 0 Martyn Meade Mantonbury Stud Sean Levey

12 Teona (IRE) h 3 9 0 Roger Varian Mr Ali Saeed David Egan

13 Willow (IRE) 3 9 0 Aidan O'Brien Ireland Mr M. Tabor, D. Smith & Mrs John Magnier Jockey TBC

14 Zeyaadah (IRE) 3 9 0 Roger Varian Shadwell Estate Company Ltd Jim Crowley

14 runners

5 Irish-trained

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