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Coronation Stakes: Indian Ink in focus
by Handicappers / Globeform
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Word was out after the Craven meeting at Newmarket in April, that Richard Hannonís filly Indian Ink was the only horse up to working with Asset, who was so impressive in his sprint debut at the first Newmarket meeting of the year.

Later in the week, the filly made her seasonal debut in the Fred Darling Stakes (G3) at Newbury.

She ran well, but did not win, as Majestic Roi proved too good. Indian ink went on to the 1000 Guineas (G1), where she was a respectable fifth, though well beaten, behind Finsceal Beo. Majestic Roi also lost next time out, running second in the Prix de Sandringham (G2). Was the Fred Darling a weak race? Perhaps, but Indian Ink did win a Group One at two, and she takes aim again at the Royal meeting.

Get Indian Inkís essay from the Globeform Annual via the pdf-link below.

INDIAN INK (Indian Ridge) GF07s

Last update: 2007-06-10 13:40:32 (First published: 2007-06-10 10:00:49 )

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