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2013 Hardwicke Stakes (G2)

Date/Track:
6/22/2013, Ascot-GB
Distance:
1 1/2m (Turf)
Age/Sex:
4+ M
Time:
2:30.65
*Rank is current Power Ranking among all active horses, based on highest HRN rating. Rating is based on HRN member voting.
FinSilksHorse / SireRatingTrainer / JockeyLast Start / Next StartHRN
1st Thomas Chippendale
Dansili
7.71
L. Cecil
J. Murtagh
1st, 2013 Hardwicke Stakes (G2) View Video
10-1
2nd Dandino
Dansili
7.96
M. Botti
F. Dettori
1st, 2015 Queen's Cup (G3) View Video
8-1
3rd Universal
Dubawi
7.19
M. Johnston
J. Fanning
5th, 2013 King George VI & Queen Elizabeth Stakes (G1) View Video
8-1
4th Noble Mission
Galileo
8.48
L. Cecil
T. Queally
1st, 2014 Champion Stakes (G1) View Video
12-1
5th Mount Athos
Montjeu
L. Cumani
J. Spencer
1st, 2014 Aston Park Stakes (LS) View Video
5-2
6th Songcraft
Singspiel
S. Suroor
S. Sousa
1st, 2015 Handicap View Video
18-1
7th Sir John Hawkwood
Sir Percy
6.47
S. Stoute
R. Moore
18th, 2016 Melbourne Cup (G1) View Video
8-1
8th Ektihaam
Invincible Spirit
6.89
R. Varian
P. Hanagan
10th, 2014 Hardwicke Stakes (G2) View Video
5-2
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Older Comments about the 2013 Hardwicke Stakes (G2)...

Fortunately, Ektihaam and Paul Hanagan both ended up walking away basically unscaved from the spill Ektihaam took early in the race or this could've very quickly became an even more tragic renewal of the Hardwicke Stakes than it ended up being. I'm just sick to death about the loss of Thomas Chippendale. He was horse with so much still as of yet unseen potential, and with this having been his 2nd win at Ascot at 12f I'd say Sir Robert Ogden would've been highly considering taking a shot with Thomas Chippendale in the King George. You can almost picture Sir Henry Cecil turning to the good lord and saying, "Hey, that's my horse. I need to go get him so I can take care of him up here like used to do down there."

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