Andrew Balding’s Alcohol Free set to clash for the third time this season against Aidan O’Brien’s Mother Earth

Alcohol is the current favourite at a general priced 3/1 with most firms

With the score currently standing at one each, Alcohol Free and Mother Earth will clash for the third time this season in the Tattersalls Falmouth Stakes at Newmarket.

Aidan O’Brien’s Mother Earth came out on top when winning the 1000 Guineas, but Andrew Balding’s Alcohol Free levelled up in the Coronation Stakes at Royal Ascot.

Mother Earth was third that day, and splitting the pair was Richard Hannon’s Snow Lantern – who will also face the Group One winners again on Friday.

Ed Walker’s Primo Bacio was a late absentee from the Ascot race because of the softening ground but had earlier looked top class when winning at York.

Before that, she was not far behind Alcohol Free in the Fred Darling at Newbury.

“I’m massively excited about this step up in class – and more so after Ascot when the form was franked so much,” said Walker.

“The second at York (Creative Flair) has gone on to win a Listed race, and the third (Snow Lantern) has gone on to finish second in a Group One, so I can’t wait to see where this filly will end up.”

Another form line from Ascot is the Duke of Cambridge Stakes, which saw Indie Angel beat Lady Bowthorpe, and that pair also clash again.

John and Thady Gosden’s Indie Angel needed to be supplemented by her owners Cheveley Park Stud.

“We think it worth the supplementary entry,” said Cheveley’s Chris Richardson.

“My only concern would be the ground. It was rock hard on the Wednesday (at Royal Ascot), and we think she bounces off the ground, so hopefully it is no worse than good.”

Saffron Beach is back at a mile, ridden by David Egan with Adam Kirby unable to do 8st 12lb. Johnny Murtagh runs Champers Elysees – with Joseph O’Brien also sending Pretty Gorgeous, last year’s Fillies’ Mile winner.

Queen Power, Lavender’s Blue, Illykato and Just Beautiful complete the field.

Elsewhere on the card, nine will line up in the Duchess of Cambridge Stakes – headed by Albany Stakes one-two Sandrine and Hello You.

Balding’s Sandrine appeared to relish the testing ground at Ascot, winning by a length and a half, while Hello You had really impressed on her debut with a six-and-a-half-length victory on the all-weather.

Nick Bradley Racing have three fillies sporting their colours – Oscula, Honey Sweet and Shouldavbeenmore.

Simon and Ed Crisford’s Flotus, well fancied for the Albany but a big disappointment, and Stuart Williams’ Desert Dreamer also line up.

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Broome wins the Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud is smart fashion

Broome sealed a fine weekend for Aidan O’Brien as he secured a first Group One victory with an all-the-way success in the Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud at the Parisian track.

Fourth in the 2019 Derby at Epsom, Broome was limited to just two outings last year but has undergone a renaissance this term, winning three of his five starts before today.

Edged out in Group One company on his penultimate start and second to Wonderful Tonight in the Hardwicke at Royal Ascot, the son of Australia faced seven rivals over 12 furlongs in France, as O’Brien sought to add further top-level success after St Mark’s Basilica in the Eclipse on Saturday.

Partnered by Colin Keane, Broome was soon at the head of affairs and while the prolific Baron Samedi, trained by O’Brien’s son Joseph settled on his heels, the winner was still travelling much the best at the top of the straight.

Baron Samedi started to drop back as Broome forged on, with Ebaiyra launching a late challenge, but Broome was a length too good. Gold Trip took third with Arc runner-up In Swoop only fourth.

Broome was sent off a well-backed 3-1 shot on the UK and Ireland industry market, returning at 39-10 on the PMU.

Keane was notching his first top-level success in France, in what was also his first ride at Saint-Cloud.

He told Sky Sports Racing: “It’s my first time being here, but it’s a lovely track and I had a nice, willing partner, so hopefully it’s the first of many here.

“Speaking to Aidan beforehand, he said to keep it pretty simple and if nothing was happy to go, to make your own way. He’s a very uncomplicated horse, very genuine and stays well. Nothing was really going on, so I was happy to let my lad roll along, he pricked his ears and was taking me the whole way.

“He galloped right to the line and was very deserving of it to be fair. He’s been very consistent this year, so it’s nice to get the Group One beside his name.

“He was just denied at the Curragh and he ran well at Ascot the last day.”

Asked if Broome – who is part-owned with Coolmore by Japanese connections – could be a Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe contender in the autumn, Keane added: “I wouldn’t put them off anyway!

“He is very uncomplicated, acts on most grounds and gets the trip well, so I’m sure they’ll have plenty of fun with him for the rest of the year.”

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Rocket Mortgage Classic. 1st – 4th July

Harris English showed plenty of mental fortitude last week, holding off Kramer Hickok in an epic playoff at the Travellers.

The tour now travels to the Motor City for what should be an interesting week. Many of the big guns will be in hibernation this week ahead of the Open Championship in a fortnight.

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Sacred Bridge keeps her unbeaten run going at Tipperary

Sacred Bridge kept her unbeaten run going with a victory in a dramatic race for the Coolmore Ten Sovereigns Tipperary Stakes at Tipperary.

She was successful on her debut at Naas just seven days earlier and the Ger Lyons-trained filly took the step up to Listed company in her stride.

Harmony Rose and Keith Dalgleish’s UK challenger Misty Ayr set the pace with Sacred Bridge on their heels.

The race had a wide-open look until Sacred Bridge quickened into the lead inside the final furlong under Colin Keane.

The daughter of Bated Breath, wearing the Juddmonte colours, put the race to bed to score by a length and a quarter from Misty Ayr. Harmony Rose was a length and a half further away in third.

Shane Lyons, assistant to his brother, said: “We’re very happy with that. She had a win last week and there was an early closing race in the Eyrefield Stakes on Saturday and she would have been in that but we don’t like putting them in until they win their maiden, that’s the policy.

“We have obviously done very little with her and she actually put weight on since and was giving us all the signs she wanted to go back.

“She did that very genuinely and Colin was again sympathetic with her. It was important she got black-type and Colin loves her temperament. She’ll mix and match it between five and six (furlongs) and take baby steps and go back to the team now and set out a plan. She has an exciting future.

“This filly is smaller than (former stablemate) Viadera, but has the same temperament and oozes with class.”
There was a nasty incident before the winning line when the Aidan O’Brien-trained Amalfi Coast suffered a fatal injury.

Jockey Wayne Lordan was thrown clear and was quickly up on his feet. He was checked over by the racecourse medical staff.

On Amalfi Coast, Lyons added: “I’d also like to give our sympathies to Aidan and the team as that is a horrible thing to happen and it has put a bit of a dampener on it.”

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U.S. OPEN GOLF STARTS THURSDAY 17th JUNE – 20th JUNE

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Ramsey strikes first to put Wales ahead and the victory brings them closer to the knockout stages

Aaron Ramsey scored the first goal to give Wales the lead

Turkey 0 – 2 Wales

Stadium : Baku Olimpiya Stadionu

Wales took a huge leap towards the knockout stage of Euro 2020 by beating Turkey 2-0 in Baku.

Aaron Ramsey struck close to half-time – his 17th international goal – and Connor Roberts sewed up victory in the final seconds after Gareth Bale had missed a penalty.

The win takes Wales onto four points and leaves them in a healthy position heading into their final Group A fixture against Italy in Rome on Sunday.

No side failed to make the last-16 at Euro 2016 in France five years ago having accumulated four points.

A few hundred Wales fans were vastly outnumbered in the 69,870-capacity Olympic Stadium, which was about half full. The close ties between Azerbaijan and Turkey meant the local population were firmly behind the Crescent-Stars.

The two countries had not met since 1997 when Turkey won a crazy 10-goal World Cup qualifier 6-4.

Robert Page was part of the Wales defence in Istanbul that night and the interim manager had issues to address after the 1-1 draw against Switzerland, where his side were short on both possession and penetration.

But Page sent out the same side with Wales looking for key men Bale and Ramsey to have a far bigger impact than they did on Saturday.

Kieffer Moore had rescued Wales against Switzerland with his sixth international goal and high on the Wales game plan no doubt was to provide the 6ft 5in striker with better service.

Skipper Bale’s contribution had also come under scrutiny with Wales’ record scorer and talisman having gone 12 games without finding the net – a run stretching back to October 2019.

Bale started to the left of Moore with Daniel James on the right of a three-man attack, although the pair soon switched flanks to leave Wales with a more familiar appearance.

Turkey had also been exercised in a period of self-reflection following their opening 3-0 defeat to Italy, a humbling lesson in which they managed only three off-target attempts.

Senol Gunes’ squad – the youngest at Euro 2020 – were tipped by many as dark horses to win the competition after some impressive pre-tournament results.

But the pressure was as much on Turkey as Wales in the Baku heat, despite the 8pm kick-off, especially with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan among the dignitaries present.

Wales were almost ahead inside six minutes when Bale and Ramsey combined in what was to become a running theme of the first half.

Ramsey cut inside Caglar Soyuncu but his near-post shot was saved by the outstretched foot of goalkeeper Ugurcan Cakir.

Burak Yilmaz saw an effort deflected wide, but it was Wales who were constantly probing and loud appeals for a penalty when the ball struck Soyuncu’s elbow were waved away by Portuguese referee Artur Dias.

Ramsey fired over midway through the half from Bale’s defence-splitting pass.

But Turkey did not heed the warning and were punished three minutes before the break.

Bale dropped deep again to find Ramsey and the Juventus man timed his run to perfection to beat Cakir with comfort.

Turkey upped the tempo after the break and Hakan Calhanoglu forced a first save from Danny Ward before Yilmaz volleyed over from inside the six-yard box.

Ramsey was denied doubling Wales’ lead by Cakir’s good glovework before a golden opportunity presented itself on the hour mark.

Bale was tripped by Zeki Celik just inside the area but the Real Madrid forward sent his spot-kick high over the crossbar.

Turkey pressed furiously in the closing stages and Ward denied Merih Demiral with a superb close-range save.

Bale made up for his penalty miss in stoppage time, cutting the ball back for Roberts to sweep home and surely send Wales into the last-16.

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Aleksey Miranchuk gets Russia back on track with a victory over Finland

Aleksey Miranchuk (C) puts Russia ahead at the St. Petersburg Stadium

Finland 0 – 1 Russia

Stadium : St. Petersburg Stadium

Aleksey Miranchuk scored the winner as Russia got their Euro 2020 campaign back on track with a 1-0 win over Finland in Group B.

Joel Pohjanpalo thought he had given the Finns the lead in the fifth minute but his powerful header was ruled out for offside after a VAR review, and the rest of the first half was played at a high tempo.

With both sides committing players forward in attack, Miranchuk popped up just before half-time to curl in a superb left-footed effort to put his side in front.

The Finns, who beat Denmark 1-0 at the Parken Stadium in Copenhagen on Saturday after the match resumed following Christian Eriksen’s on-field collapse, threw everything they had at their neighbours but struggled to hit the target as the Russians held on to win.

It was the hosts Russia, fired up by the home crowd in St Petersburg, who took control in the first half, with the Finns sitting back and soaking up the pressure.

The visitors waited for the occasional break and both Pohjanpalo and Norwich forward Teemu Pukki tested goalkeeper Matvei Safonov.

An injury to full-back Mario Fernandes after a rough fall in the 26th minute did not shift Russia’s focus and his replacement Vyacheslav Karavaev almost tapped in a cut-back at the far post minutes after coming on.

Their dominance finally paid off in stoppage time thanks to a piece of magic from Miranchuk, who took on two defenders on the right, changed direction and scooped the ball into the far corner with a superb left-footed effort with Russia’s first shot on target.

The Finns came out firing after the break with Pukki carving out two chances early on.

That, however, came with a risk as it opened up spaces for Russia, who were a threat on the counter-attack with Rifat Zhemaletdinov’s low shot veering just wide in the 67th and Daler Kuzyaev’s curled effort forcing a superb save from keeper Lukas Hradecky as Finland’s energy gradually faded.

The result moves Stanislav Cherchesov’s side up to second in the standings on three points, ahead of Finland thanks to the head-to-head result. Belgium, who beat Russia 3-0 in their opener, top the group ahead of their game against Denmark on Thursday.

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