TITLE

Kingsbarns can repay faith shown by O'Brien

AUTHOR(S)
ASHLEY IVESON
PUB. DATE
October 2012
SOURCE
Daily Mail;10/27/2012, p65
SOURCE TYPE
Newspaper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
KINGSBARNS was only added to the Racing Post Trophy field on Monday, but Aidan O'Brien's faith can pay off with victory in the Doncaster Group One today. For the last few weeks it has looked likely that Beresford Stakes scorer Battle Of Marengo would head to Town Moor as Ballydoyle's best hope, but he has not been declared and Kingsbarns dominates the market instead. Bookmakers have seen a welter of money for the Galileo colt over the last few days and that market confidence should be noted. It is impossible to escape the fact the maiden he won looked particularly weak, but he could not have done it any easier and he left the impression he will come on plenty for the experience. The main supporting race at Doncaster is the Park Hill Hospital Stakes, in which the promising Taayel can make the most of having his sights lowered. The John Gosden-trained juvenile looked really smart when justifying favouritism on his Yarmouth debut and connections were happy to throw him straight into Pattern class next time for the Mill Reef Stakes at Newbury. While he came up short, Taayel ran a most promising race to be beaten just a couple of lengths into third by the exciting Moohaajim and he has far less on his plate coming back to listed level.
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