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Royal Line delivers in September

When giving trainer John Gosden back-to-back successes in the Sun Racing September Stakes at Kempton on Saturday, royal Line got his career back on course.
Having shipped out double Arc winner Enable to assert the Group Three contest on her return 12 weeks ago, that the Newmarket coach saw the trophy mind his way once again as the son of Dubawi left his first start around the all-weather a one.
The shot burst to hit the front left inside the final furlong of this prize, before crossing the line a length and a quarter to claim his first victory since last season’s November Handicap.
Rab Havlin, winning jockey, stated:»We understand he has a bit of course, but he is floor dependant. I was worried they went down the back straight when everybody had slotted in their places.
«I was glad I only had a few horses . He has caught a bit flat-footed after I pressed against him , but he ended off excellent. We can have an uninterrupted preparation for the season’s end.
«It had been his first time around the all-weather – he had been entered in Chester last week but we didn’t think the rain could come in time, so we made a decision to come here.»
Havlin is keen to remain at a mile and a half although Royal Line holds Group One entries in both the Comer Group International Irish St Leger at the Curragh and the Qipco British Champions Long Distance Cup at Ascot dozen.
He added:»He’s entered in a couple of things in the rear end as he is a different horse on soft earth.
«I feel a mile and a half soft ground is what he wants, as if it is soft ground they must stay very firmly.»

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