Joseph O’Brien to ride Camelot in the Derby
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By jon lees
John Gosden and William Haggas also worked horses as they brought Masked Marvel and Beaten Up, both intended Coronation Cup starters, for spins round Epsom, while leaving their big Oaks hopes The Fugue and Vow in Newmarket.
Gosden said: “The Fugue was asked a big question at York. I hope this filly stays but if it starts raining we could be in trouble and that could be a rough old race down that hill. You need a bit of luck in running in those big fields.”
Haggas said: “Vow is quite idle, a good mover, a good stayer but tries quite hard. She is quite idleat home so I have no idea how much she has come on from the Oaks trial. She is similar to Dancing Rain because she didn’t look like an Oaks winner to’me last year and it’s a bit of a leap of faith.”
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