Colour Vision Storms Sagaro
Colour Vision Storms Sagaro
Sporting Life

Colour Vision

Colour Vision won the Blue Square Levy Board Sagaro Stakes in a canter at Kempton.

Frankie Dettori’s mount (9-2) didn’t appear to be striding out that well in the early stages, as Electrolyser and Solar Sky helped set a decent tempo.

The Saeed Bin Suroor-trained grey still had every rival to pass turning for home, but made a sluicing move between horses with 400 yards to run and set sail for home over a furlong out.

Dettori was able to ease the former Mark Johnston-trained runner down in the final 50 yards, as Red Cadeaux (100-30) tried to close him down but it was all in vain.

Ed Dunlop’s runner-up, second in the Melbourne Cup last year, ran well on his reappearance, whilst John Gosden’s Thimaar (5-2 favourite) held every chance but couldn’t live with the first two where it mattered.

Alan Bailey’s Barbican was too keen and faded in the closing stages having travelled nicely for a long way.

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