Qabala beats stablemate Mot Juste at Newmarket and takes the lead in the Guineas field

Qabala beats stablemate Mot Juste with a length and a quarter on Newmarket and takes the lead in 1,000 Guineas fields

  • Qabala leads the way in gambling for Qipco 1,000 Guineas after a decisive win
  • The filly won the Lanwades Stud Nell Gwyn Stakes at Newmarket on Tuesday
  • Qabala beat its stablemate Mot Juste only a length and a quarter

Qabala jumped on the gambling head for Qipco 1,000 Guineas with a decisive win in the Lanwades Stud Nell Gwyn Stakes on Newmarket Tuesday.

The Roger Varian filly, who defeated her steady Juste with a length and a quarter, gave jockey David Egan the biggest win in his career.

An open market of 1,000 Guineas had reflected the fact that no blackbird was able to make any explicit claims.

David Egan (star cap) rides on Qabala in The Lanwades Stud Nell Gwyn Stakes on Newmarket

David Egan (star cap) rides on Qabala in The Lanwades Stud Nell Gwyn Stakes on Newmarket

It was an ante-post market that screamed for direction and partly explained why Qabala, who won on her Newmarket debut in September, was as short as 9-2 favosurite last night with Mot Juste 20-1.

Varian considers that Qabala can improve for the run but can also do a good word for Mot Juste. The trainer said: & # 39; Qabala has not entered her coat yet and I have hardly led her. She will look different in her appearance when she runs.

& # 39; Mot Juste had a great race. She went there to win her race and got a little tired on the hill before she got her second wind. They are two beautiful filly. & # 39;

Trainer William Haggas will do the Oaks Maqsad entry into the classroom after opening her account in the girl. Haggas said: & # 39; She is a beautiful mare who disappointed me last year. & # 39;

Trainer Roger Varian said: Qabala has not entered her coat yet and I have hardly led her. She will look different in her appearance when she runs. & # 39;

Trainer Roger Varian said: Qabala has not entered her coat yet and I have hardly led her. She will look different in her appearance when she runs. & # 39;

Trainer Roger Varian said: Qabala has not entered her coat yet and I have hardly led her. She will look different in her appearance when she runs. & # 39;

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