Dance Fever third in the Moet & Chandon International at Ascot

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The Clive Cox-trained Dance Fever ran a career best when third, beaten just half a length in the Moet & Chandon International at Ascot on Saturday. Under Hector Crouch he raced in the near side group in this 7f Heritage Handicap. He came with a good run and stayed on to the line, to be second in his group. Fast ground is the key to this son of Sir Prancealot and a step up to a mile could be on the cards. This was a great effort and a just reward for his patient owners. Hopefully the patience will be fully rewarded and he can land a good pot this term.

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The Ed Walker-trained Semper Augustus was 4th of the 6 runners at York on Friday evening.He never really featured in a race run at a very slow tempo – it was just under 8 seconds slower than standard despite the ground being good to firm. When the pace eventually quickened, Semper didn’t pick up with much gusto and just stayed on at a one pace under mostly hands and heels riding, passing two in the final furlong.

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