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Sudirman won the Railway Stakes for trainer David Wachman and jockey

Updated: Saturday, 29 Jun 2013 19:48 | Comments

Sudirman driven to victory by Wayne Lordan
Sudirman driven to victory by Wayne Lordan

Sudirman (5-1) landed a second consecutive Dubai Duty Free Full Of Surprises Railway Stakes for David Wachman, following in the hoofprints of last year's winner of the juvenile Group Two, Probably.

Odds-on favourite Coach House held every chance at the furlong pole but faded as Sudirman, in the hands of Wayne Lordan, got the better of a battle with the always prominent Big Time for a half-length victory.

Lordan doubled up when Slade Power, who disappointed against Group One horses at Royal Ascot, put that right with a superb display in the Woodies DIY Sapphire Stakes.

Eddie Lynam's 11-4 favourite tackled Morawij a furlong out and soon took charge, running on strongly to resist Russian Soul's effort by half a length in the Group Three contest.

The Ger Lyons-trained Burn The Boats (7-1 joint-favourite) picked up well for Gary Carroll to claim the valuable Paddy Power Sprint, collaring British raider Whozthecat close home to score by three-quarters of a length.

Joseph O'Brien produced his father's Count Of Limonade (7-2) to challenge Scintillula for the lead two furlongs out in the Dubai Duty Free Millenium Millionaire Celebration Stakes and edged home by half a length in a stirring battle.

There was a shock in the Dubai Duty Free Finest Surprise EBF Maiden when 1-5 favourite Intensified failed by three-quarters of a length to resist the late challenge of Tommy Stack's newcomer Tarn.

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